Hello, and welcome to Jason newlands.com. My name is Jason Lee land. This is relaxation, hypnosis for stress, anxiety and panic attacks. Please only listen when you can safely Close your eyes. So there's going to be, again, two versions of this recording. One, just me talking like this without music and one with background music by Kevin MacLeod.
And that's it, really, so I'm gonna get on with it,
there is a chance that he could fall asleep, I know that I would listen into music or listening to someone talking, I was laid down on fall asleep. So if you are just taking a break out of your day, you need to be somewhere in you know, whatever time. So what I would suggest is you set an alarm to wake yourself up, just in case you fall asleep. But it is completely up to you. The other thing I would say is if you're sitting in a chair, please make sure it's a comfortable chair, and also that it supports your body. So again, if he was to fall asleep, and it would prevent you from falling off, you don't be falling out of the chair. And it's not something that we want. And I know that these things are kind of they might seem quite obvious. It's worth it's worth kind of just mentioning them. Now, there might be some background sounds. Hopefully not, I'm recording this at 10 o'clock at night. Gone ladies, this cage in the other room, I'm in the bedroom. So hopefully you'll be fairly but there might be the background sound. Because I can't avoid that unless I actually did this in a recording studio. And although I've got this, I've got a half built recording studio shed here. But it's not quite ready to use yet. So of course, there'll be the background music in the upper version. So I'm going to build upon something that I did the other day, I did a recording. I can't remember which one it was. It was either yesterday or the day before. Where I
focused on it was a technique or something I honestly can't remember. But it ended up with a relaxation technique or stress reduction technique. And at the end of it, I instead of destroying the thing instead of getting rid of it, because it was Yeah, it was in a vise that's it. It was in a vise it fell on the floor after you know focusing on it, or whatever. And if listen to the recording, remember what I said. But at the end, it could end and it turned into a butterfly beautiful butterfly. So instead of destruction at the end, which can be fine. In all fairness, you know, if something's be causing discomfort and stress is nothing wrong with imagining that thing falling into a volcano, that emotion fall into a volcano just dissolving or flying away, you know, in a hot air balloon into the sun. So there's nothing actually it's not like there's an issue with that because that's a nice way to do it. But I got a bit of feedback from a lady called Jen. I think there might be a man by song called Jen
might not be my uncle gentled and and this this person said that the butterfly, the end was really beautiful. So what I thought I'd do is expand upon that idea,
expand upon it and do a guided relaxation session, since isn't going to be an exercise, it's going to be a guided relaxation session lasting for about 3035 minutes. And with the music one will be about 51 minutes long. So now that I've explained what I'm going to do, I'm just going to get on and do it. So capacitor should clearly explain what I'm going to do as well. I'm going to ask you to imagine each part your body. And this stress rising up from the bottom part of your body, into the shape of a cocoon. Whatever that shape is, I want to say cocoon, it could be round, oblong, be square, if you want, it's your imagination. But inside that will, it will be a butterfly breaking out or flying away a beautiful butterfly. So it's going to be a transformation, which is why cocoon does isn't it changes the caterpillar into a butterfly was a Morph, I don't know, one of them was the one it turns into a Morph. And, but it's a similar thing, isn't it? So the caterpillar turns into a butterfly. And it's something that I think science still doesn't even know how it happens. We doesn't understand it. Either that or I'm making it up. And I don't know how it's how it works. And I've not bothered studying it to figure out, you know, either way doesn't matter. My thing is, that's what we're gonna do. Right. So I'd like to close your eyes, you should be feeling more comfortable now anyway, because especially those of you that listen to me regularly. And you know that by listening to me give you a chance to let go gives you a chance to just let go to not I don't need to do anything, to not have to think about anything. And it's quite a nice feeling. And so now we're going to just focus on your body. Notice in how you feel physically, how can you move your head down towards your feet, focusing on the different parts. And I've actually changed my mind about what we're going to do and we'll do something a little bit different. But it's okay, still along the same lines. So I want you to just focus on a different parts of your body. Notice in the as you focus on the parts your body, they automatically start to relax. It's not because you're doing anything or I mean, the wish for you to feel relaxed, can have a huge effect, the expectation that your eyebrows and your eyelids and your jaw will relax means that you you're likely to relax. You know, expectation is powerful, is the same way as if someone asked you to walk down on the path down a line, just you know like a line on a football pitch, just to walk down that line holding a tray of glasses. And to keep saying over and over again. I'm going to drop these. I'm going to drop the tray. I'm going to drop the tray, I'm going to drop the tray expectation is powerful, the chances is you really are just going to drop that tray. So in the same way if you'll focus in walking down with that tray Not saying the words are not going to drop the tray, because then you're still focusing on dropping the tray.
But focusing on, I'm going to feel relaxed, I feel absolutely fine. feel relaxed, I feel absolutely fine. This is easy. This is easy. This is easy. And
there's a different attitude, there's a different such a different physiological reaction to those thoughts and those words that we say to ourselves.
So as you move down your body, you've got your joy, you got your throat, back, your neck, your shoulders, your arms, your hands, your chest, your stomach, just noticing them, as I mentioned them, you got your, from the back from the top of your back, you know, the back of your neck, your spine, of course, moving all the way down the center of your back, right the way into pretty much the the bottom, where your hips are, where your cock six are, or the tailbone. And as you focus on that part, that also starts to relax and spreads that sense of relaxation, not just either side of your spine, all those muscles to support your spine, also further across, to either side, in the sense of all the way across the top of your back, spread over your shoulder blades, and then you've got the middle of your back, kind of where your I suppose for me kind of your nipples down to your ribs, that area and then your lower back, which be put be your belly button down with syphilis the other side. You know, no one was saying you got a belly button on your back, I'm just saying that's kind of that area. And then you've got your hands and your arms, your shoulders
and your fingers. And that just naturally feel more relaxed. just naturally. Without any big, you know, who will be relaxed now, in your little finger.
It's just kind of a natural thing. Sometimes it feels like it's almost as if, just by giving yourself permission to relax deeply. That's all that's needed. You give yourself permission to relax deeply. And you want to relax deeply, you intend to relax deeply, and you expect to relax deeply.
And the more you do it, the more you expect it. And it's just almost automatic, which is quite a good thing. And then as you focus on your hips, the whole area,
the whole part where you call your tailbone is and your buttocks, your groin, the whole the muscle was in the bones there. And the connections can lead to legs, you know, whole pelvic area, which is so used. You know, it's such an important part of us that I think sometimes maybe we don't give it thanks that it requires all the attention. The gratitude maybe because you imagine, you know, every time we walk, we use our hips and our pelvic area. Every time we turn, even if we're not walking every time we turn unless it's literally is just your head every time you turn your body using your pelvic area hips. Even by lifting, I'm doing it now I'm lifting my hand, I'm using my hips. Stretching, sitting down, standing up, from sitting down, laying down. Getting up from laying down. It's all hip movement. It's not just your hips ease in, but you're using your hips, so much of the time, even when you're not using other parts of your body. So for example, I'm sitting on the edge of the bed talking, I can turn. Now I'm using my hips, I'm not using my legs at all. But using my hands.
I'm not really using my shoulders, or really, they're moving a little bit, I guess what I'm turning
within a stand up, I'm using my hips. And you may be thinking, why are you focusing on your hips for seems to be something that's useful. I think this is a personal opinion. When we start to acknowledge the different parts of our bodies, for what they actually do for us. I think it's just a really nice thing. It's a way to be kind to yourself, by thanking your hips, for everything that that area does for you, on a day to day basis.
And regardless of how weird it might sound, I'm not saying to you know, shout it out loud in the supermarket. This is just, it doesn't even have to be words, it can be a feeling of gratitude. I suppose in a similar ways, you know, when if there's a tree falls down. And you say it's, it's landed on something precious. You can manage to pick up a small tray By the way, and you managed to pick up and move it before it damages it that thing. Or you managed to stop something, let's say call, I forgot to take the brakes, put the brakes on, and you managed to stop the car from rolling down a hill, or rolling into your, from your driveway into your living room. You kind of thank yourself even though you might not say out loud, is the kind of Thank you arms, thank you muscles. Thank you strength for for getting me through that sort of an inner inner feeling. So we could kind of have that a bit maybe for other parts of our body. I know that are focused on the hips, but it could be the same for your legs, your ankles, your feet and your toes. As they also start to relax or continue to relax. Because two things happen when you start relaxing. Even if it starts in your forehead, it sends a signal to the other parts. And the body is definitely a follower. He likes to follow each other like it's it's a family. You think about it as he saw you all joined and connected. And it's a family. It's a close knit, literally very close knit family, your eyes, your knees, your toes is even though very different parts of your body. It's all connected. It's all the same family, it's all you so one part of your body starts to feel relaxed, the other parts follow. And then there's the other bit when we were focusing on your, your spine. When you relax the spine that also sends even stronger, stronger signals of relaxation to all the different parts of your body. Because that's what the spine does. It's kind of the brain's messenger. It's the go between, between the brain and that different part of your body, the spine sends those messages, backwards and forwards very quickly. So this isn't even something that you need to wait for. It happens almost as if you're willed it to happen. Almost as if you're consciously the one that did it. So I consciously move my hand up and down. I think that's just me my consciousness. Nothing else. It's just me. I don't you know, the fact is that my brain sent those signals to the muscles in my arm. To do that such lightning speed. guy started it. But I wasn't responsible. In I happen so quickly, it feels like where I was responsible, but in the same way. For me, it's just a thought. And it can feel really weird, almost, if you get into that a little bit too deeply. Okay? Some brains doing that. But it's, it's doing it because you're asking for it to be done. Not just doing it on its own, it's doing it because you want your right hand to move.
But instead of saying, I'd like my right hand to move, and I'd like my left finger to move a little bit, and then my right, thumb to move a little bit. It happens lightning speed. So the thinking occurs, no, we can't we don't even realize how fast it's happening. The thinking is happening faster than we can comprehend. I think it's amazing stuff. Also, it just shows that how powerful your brain is. Because I know there's a lot of that with hypnosis as a lot of like talking about the unconscious mind or the subconscious mind. But I think enough benefits given to your brain. Your brain does all this is your brain will give you what you want. And it does. The brain is the most magnificent thing, probably in the world, for humans is the most magnificent thing in the universe. I mean, the human brain is not going to be that magnificent to a crocodile won't be tasty, or they won't be you know, but for us. There is no part of our body that's as amazing as the human brain
is phenomenal. So when we asked for something, whether it be pain, relief, relaxation, feel calm to feel confident. We only need to ask our brain
don't need to ask outside of ourselves. We ask ourselves, everything's within I have to ask it unconscious mind. And there is stuff going on unconsciously there's a lot of robot blind spots and all that stuff. Be can ask your brain directly. build that relationship with your brain. It's already there. You have such an amazing connection we all do with our brains. Because you think you want to stand up we want to move where you want to look to the right look to the left. You want to say something you want to juggle you know whatever is that you want to do. Your brain is letting you do that your brain is following your commands. So we actually have this is not just a supercomputer is way beyond That our command. And that, I think is what I'm more interested in is how. And maybe you are too when you ask your brain to relax your body, and you need to mean not be whiny Oh, you can relax my body. Just purposefully, genuinely, and kindly talk to your brain kindly. Be kind because if you moan, because let's face it, someone came up to you and said, and even if it was your boss, because we know we're the boss of our brain. If your boss comes up to you, and you work in an office and says, I need that paperwork done, get it done. And it's really rude about it. That's probably not going to be a priority to possibly because of them being rude. You might think, yeah, we'll do it. But you know what? I think it's time to go and do a poo. And kind of a little break little pool break? Or is it lunchtime already?
Or I think I'll do something else first. So it's an it's just a human kind of thing.
To ask you, to ask your brain to do is focus on the thoughts? And I realize they may be not that many thoughts left, because you're relaxed, be calm, and you've let go and you're just enjoying feeling good. And which is yes, that's, that's cool. But just look at what other thoughts are left in your brain a stresses as well, I'm kind of thinking about, not just general thoughts, but those thoughts of negativity, those negative nagging, horrible thoughts, the things that are telling you that you're not good enough and you're, you know, you know, you look a certain way or you're not, you're not this or you're not there on you know, just horrible stuff that's of no use and is negative,
just negative. And only to focus on those weights that you focus on in your mind Focus. Focus on them actually, inside your mind. Each of those thoughts turning into little cocaine's, you know, where I'm going with this thing. Which is turn each one into a cocoon. And you notice a butterfly in there, but we're gonna leave that for now.
Nice little butterfly growing, beautiful butterfly, transforming that negativity into beautiful positivity and a butterfly. Regardless of how miraculous it is, it can't turn back into a caterpillar. So it's just the sort of cocoons, just notice how each
negative feeling and how maybe some of those cocoons are really ugly, the more disgusting or offensive those negative thoughts are, the more uglier the cocoon is. Maybe there's smelly, dirty, and because that's, that's a that's just a signal to you, of how they've been affecting your mind, how they're being dirty in your mind, causing that filter to get in the way of your positive thinking. Just notice any other thoughts that might be there that are negative. And you can watch it turning into this cocoon. And it's just energy, I guess the energy of the thoughts is an energy. But then you can get a sense of the ugliness of it by actually having that visual picture of that cocoon, and maybe it's just oozing, dirty, smelly liquid, and you can imagine it be anything but just eaten excrement inside, but there isn't, as we know, the butterflies are in there. But that cocoon is on those all those different cocaine's. They're transforming that feeling that emotion, that negativity into positivity. And as it happens, you start to notice the, the outsides of those McCain's starts to transform as well.
Start to turn into smooth, almost like beautiful shells, cocoons with nice coverings, maybe different colors. But visually a lot more pleasing than before. And you can notice how you feel at this moment in process.
How you feel more relaxed or positive, confident and calm. And what's gonna happen now instead of the butterflies crawling out of the cocoons, what's gonna happen to the cocoon is they're gonna start to become see through transparent, slowly becoming transparent. So you can see those butterflies as beautiful butterflies inside, full of positivity. Now, they may all have different colors, they may have one set of colors, it might be in black and white, it doesn't matter. It may just be a feeling that you have the rhino no rules to this. And it's those cocoons become even more transparent. You start to realize that actually are no longer transparent. They're actually they're no longer there. And the butterflies start to flutter around your mind and everything it touches every everything one of those butterfly touches turns into positivity turns into positivity. Which means any other thought that's in your mind that comes up automatically be transformed into positivity. So as barflies positivity can just be fluttering around your mind. feeling relaxed and calm, relaxed and calm, loose, so relaxed and it really feels nice to know that he you did this. You are in control. You asked your brain to do this
and it did it because you are your brain It's not a separate thing, it's you. When you think about that, in that way, he realizes that you're not call is no longer remote control. It's almost like you've been having this remote control this big,
beautiful car. But it's limited because you can't see really where you're going. It's a little bit better now, because some of the remote controls have screens on them with cameras and stuff, but still not the same. And you're limited to just be in a designated area, maybe a local road or in your garden, he can't take on some main road, or go anywhere with it. Because it's remote control, and you have to be outside the car, watching it. And then suddenly realize that it's not remote control. You know, maybe one day you, you, you know, you go out and you're doing it with remote control. And you're thinking, Oh, this is brilliant. And you have a phone and your wife, your husband, your partner, children solo comes up to you and says, oh, how you Okay, I have borrowed your batteries, from remote control to, to, you know, for the television control remote. You asked to go some more than Did you have a spare? And you say well, no, I didn't know I've got no I haven't put any batteries in. And you look and you see that there's no batteries in the remote, the remote. The controller has no batteries. And then you realize that, wow, it's me. Always controlling the car the whole time. And then you go up to the car you get in, you realize there's a steering wheel there. And is is everything you could ever want. does everything I mean this is a call that can fly can go underwater can turn into a butterfly if you want and it literally is limitless to what he can do.
And all along you are in control. And now you realize that module make use of this. And you sit there and then you decide what you want to do next.
And the car does what you want it to do. Because you are part of that call. And that call is Paul view.
So it's quite nice. It's quite a nice idea. So I'm gonna go now, but I will, you can continue listening with the music. The music can send you it might send you to sleep.
So the music will continue and you can relax even more without me wrapping on. Remember to be kind to yourself because you deserve to be happy. I'm going to count down from 10 down to one and you can feel 10 times more relaxed in every part of your body now 10 98765432