#4 Relaxation Hypnosis for Stress, Anxiety & Panic Attacks (Jason Newland)

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Hello, welcome to Jason newland.com. My name is Jason, this is your daily relaxation, hypnosis for stress, anxiety and panic attacks. This is the fourth day, I think so far that I've done these. And it really is just an opportunity for you to relax, to feel calm. And to take a break from the day, maybe you can end the day with this session, maybe you want to start the day with this session, or maybe just have a break in the middle of the day, whatever suits you best is fine. Because it is about you, it's about you giving yourself an opportunity to take some time off. So I'll ask you to close your eyes if it's safe to do so. Ideally, get yourself into a comfortable chair. or lying down on a comfortable surface like a bed. Make sure that the chair you're in support your body. And if you were to fall asleep, that you're safe, and you're not going to fall out of the chair or anything like that, just make sure that you're safe. I'd like you to focus on your body, starting with the top of your head, moving down to forehead, your eyelids just focusing on those parts of your body, not trying to cause yourself to feel more relaxed, because I guess that will happen naturally. Because whenever we focus on a particular part of the body relaxation naturally occurs, this is what happens. Not really sure why. focus in on your mouth, including your tongue. Notice noticing how your tongue is lying in your mouth is it just lying on the flat part of your mouth the bottom or is it touching the top of your mouth. noticing how your teeth fill your gums just not trying to change how they feel just being aware of how they feel and kind of accepting it. As you focus on your jaw. This is a part that can often hold tension. Because it's something that's used a lot, especially with someone like me who talks a lot. But we also have a tendency of you know, kind of holding the jaw tense in it even when we're asleep sometimes. So just allow that just to be how it is you're trying to cause your jaw to relax naturally. But if that's what happens when you focus on it, then that's okay. Focusing on your throat, just being aware of how it feels being aware of the feeling of the oxygen, you know the breath as it goes in and out of your throat as you breathe in, and then when you breathe out. Maybe you swallow and you can just feel that sensation of swallowing in your throat as you focus on your chest. Just being aware of your chest not trying to cause a chest to feel naturally relaxed but just being aware of how it feels. And then moving down to your stomach. Just being aware of how your stomach feels. Notice noticing any discomfort when you bloatedness that you might have in your stomach. And you know when you do these relaxation sessions and when you do focus on you know your body even if it's like a deep hypnosis sleep hypnosis session. If you feel the need that you want to move a part of your body to increase your Comfort, and do that. There's no rules, there's no reason why you should feel anything but comfort when you listen to my voice, because that's what I'm here for.
So just, you know, focusing on your stomach, allowing it to be however it is.
And now focusing on the back of your neck, just noticing what the back of your neck feels like.
And as you focus on the back of your neck, I have a, I have a tendency of then feeling my entire scalp, you know, from the back of my head up to the top of my head. Because that skin is very much connected to the back of the neck. And then you've got the muscles in the back of your neck, which are very strong because they hold up your neck, they hold up your head. And your neck is such an important thing. Because obviously, all the connections, the spine, the air, the food, you eat all the blood to your brain, you know all the controls from your brain to control your body all go through the neck. So it's such a vital part of your body and needs to be looked after. So things like headaches can be caused by the back of the neck being tight, in fact, is practically impossible to have a headache. If you have a relaxed neck. If your neck is really really relaxed, then Sally's your brain so is your head as you notice the top of your back, moving down from the back of your neck to the top of your back. And you can just move down your spine noticing as you move down his spine slowly, just focusing on different parts of your spine, and then outwards from your spine. All the muscles because it's quite a big area of your body, the back is also incredibly important area because your back is what supports your whole body.
And it's the part of you it's constantly being used those muscles that support and protect your spine. And it's such a delicate balance. And as you move down to the bottom of your back
where it leads to your hips, the bottom of your back is again such an important part. Because whether you're walking, whether you're lying down, whatever you're doing, your lower back is generally being used in some way. Even if it's just moving your body read just in how you are lying down when you're in bed. While you're sitting in the chair, to hold you up, hold your upper body up straight, your lower back has been used, the muscles are being stretched. And there's pressure on your lower back from your stomach. If maybe, you know you're like me I'm overweight puts more pressure on my lower back. So you can just focus on that part of your body. Just be aware of it. Not trying to cause your lower back to feel more relaxed but just allow it to be however it is as you move down your legs, from your hips all the way down your legs, including your knees, your shins and calves all the way down past your ankles. The whole part of your legs, all those muscles, just be aware of them. Allow them to be however they are.
Just be aware of how they feel right now. Now focus on your feet. your ankles, the tops of your feet, the bottoms of your feet, your heel,
and your toes. Just being aware of and maybe if you want to just move your toes a little bit if you feel like doing that, maybe move the feet around. But just be aware of them. Again, a part of your body that's used so often, your feet
of vital and so important, but often forgotten. So it's good to focus on them, to just acknowledge them.
As you focus on your shoulders, both your shoulders and you can maybe just move them around a little bit, if you choose to do so. And just focus on your arms, write down your biceps, the triceps, the back of your arms, your elbows, your forearms, your wrists, and then your hands, including the tops of your hands, the palms of your hands, the tops of your fingers, the bottoms of your fingers, and your fingernails. In fact, you can even move your fingers around, feeling the air around your fingers. Because you're that focus now, your focus has increased so much more than it was before you decided to listen to me today. And just be aware of that feeling. I'd like you to think back to a time in the past, when you were really relaxed. It could be maybe you're on holiday, maybe you were lying on a beach, maybe you were lying in bed, maybe it's it could be anything could be your honeymoon, it could be just you know, it could be that you're a few hours after giving birth to your baby and, or maybe your sister laying down with your baby in your arms. And how relaxed you feel, or maybe your grandchild. Or maybe just sitting on a chair. watching television, even it could be anything, any time when you really, really felt relaxed. Maybe you've been working in the garden, doing garden all day, and then you're so tired, physically and you just sit down in a chair and you can feel your whole body just melt into that chair. both physically and mentally, completely relaxed. And just think of that time. I'd like you to see yourself. See yourself sitting there or lying down or wherever you are. Of course only think of a happy time, a time that brings back good memories. And you see your face and notice how relaxed and calm you look how contented you look. I'm gonna count from three down to one and you're going to take three steps. When you get to one you can step inside yourself. That old you from the past, that relaxed you. Were just going to step inside your own body
So three, take your first step. Just that first step, feel somewhat more relaxed because you know when you're near somebody close to somebody that's in a good mood or feeling well feeling happy feeling content, that energy seems to rub off it seems to have a positive effect than those people that are around
to take a step closer so you're right near that you from the past that relaxed, calm content, and serene you want to say one, I want you to step inside yourself and re experience those physical feelings of relaxation. instantly. One and just notice how you feel in all the parts of your body. Your forehead is relaxed you feel in your eyes. Notice how relaxed you feel in your jaw and you say relaxed you feel in the back of your neck and your throat. Notice how relaxed you feel all the way down your back metopic your back all the way down to your hips. All the way down your legs. Notice I'm relaxed you feel in your legs and your feet and your toes. Notice how relaxed you feel from your chest. Your stomach and your entire upper body. So calm, so loose. Notice how relaxed you feel in your shoulders, and your arms, wrists and hands and fingers. Notice how relaxed you feel in your mind. I'm gonna count down from 10 to one and every number I count down it can become twice as relaxed in your body and in your mind. Every time I count down each number you become twice as loose in all the muscles of your body and your mind will become comma twice as calm now 10 twice as relaxed. Nine. Wise is calm. I feel inside loose. Seven muscles in your body Melton Six your mind MTN Bye. Dealing younger physically really enjoying the sensation of comfort three the drift and drift
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pletely at peace in your mind and your body so relaxed now we're going to count to three. When I get to three, you can open your eyes
and be fully alert. If you choose to do so do you still experience these feelings of complete relaxation both in your mind and in your body. One starting to be more aware of your surroundings to enjoying the feeling and sensation of feeling completely relaxed, yet ready to get on with the rest of your day. Knowing that every time you hear my voice, and every time you see my face some video can be a trigger for you to feel naturally calm and more relaxed easily and naturally. Every time.
Three you can open your eyes feeling refreshed, alert and completely relaxed and you can enjoy the rest of the day. Feeling wonderful. Knowing that those people that you may can also have some of this relaxation because everyone we meet can be affected by the positivity from within you is that positive calm and we lacks in energy spreads out
to everyone. Now, that brings us to the end of the base, relaxation daily relaxation session. Thank you for watching. Please subscribe if you haven't already. And I'll see you tomorrow. Thank you Goodbye.

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