#57 Relaxation Hypnosis for Stress, Anxiety & Panic Attacks (Jason Newland) (18th September 2019)

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Hello, welcome to Jason newland.com. My name is Jason Newland, and this is relaxation, hypnosis for stress, anxiety and panic attacks. Please only listen, when you can safely Close your eyes. I hope you're well. And just to remind you that my website Jason newland.com has all of my recordings on there. And I know that this is probably a lot easier to use the podcast that you're using, whether it's Apple, Stitcher, Spotify, wherever. But I do have other podcasts that may be useful. Other recordings that I've been making since 2006, that may also be useful. I've got a lot of relaxation sessions. And sleep sessions insomnia, I've got a regular podcast I do called Deep Sleep whisper hypnosis. Where whisper is very, very soft, very quiet. And they normally lasts for about 20 minutes. I've done 145 of them, I think so far, I've got the let me bore you to sleep ones, which is just me, rabbit on on about nothing for an hour is 219 of those. And this the sleep at night is weekly, which I do that lasts a bit longer, but about 14 minutes, sometimes an hour. And that's once a week. As well as other sleep sessions that I've done. So out of all the recordings I've made over the years, I've got more sleep recordings than anything else. So you're never gonna run out. The benefit that asleep sessions have is they're all relaxing. So you don't necessarily need to only listen to them when you're in bed wanting to go to sleep, you might just decide to take an hour out of the day, sit down in the chair, lay back will have a lie down. And just feel relaxed. Just enjoy the feeling. So I just thought I'd let you know about that stuff. Now today, what I'm thinking of doing is, I'm pretty sure I've done it before. But it can't really be done enough. Because what I want to do is help you to deal with a fear something that you're scared of a phobia something the anxious about doing based on something that you're anxious because maybe you've you've had anxiety before or it didn't go as well as you wanted to. It could be a variety, there's just infinite amount of possibilities for that. So I'm not even going to attempt to imagine the different scenarios that could be possible. There's probably hundreds just for myself over the years. And most of them most of the things that happened in their lives don't have an effect. Like a huge effect. We almost it's like the wind just blows over us, you know, and we just keep walking and forget about it. You don't think about what the weather was like? Yeah, yesterday, necessarily. Less there was some torrential weather but generally the weather's gone. It was windy, so it was raining. Got it wet. Now
but then this occasion is that weather that is memorable, to say the least. I had a friend a couple of years ago, phoned me up and said my roof just blown off.
And I don't mean farted, I mean, it blew off a house. And I was actually in my flight, enjoying the sound of the wind.
This is weird how we have these different, she might have been enjoying listening to it as well.
But not since her roof blew off. She now associates the wind in her mind, possibly, or she could I don't know what she could associate with that situation that happened. That one off event that's unlikely to ever happen to anyone ever in normal circumstances. And I say that, I realize that some people live in places where they have typhoon seasons, or hurricane seasons, and we don't have that in my country. So just bear bear with me with my ignorance for that stuff. But we don't, it's unlikely to happen here. I hope it's unlikely to happen where you are as well. And if it did happen, it's unlikely to happen twice. I hope. So in life, as in the weather, we get through most of the weather, and it doesn't affect us. Maybe it affects us in a moment, maybe affects that day, you know, he gets to work is soaking wet. By the rain, when you get to work. And you're sitting there for a few hours with with socks. Not an enjoyable experience. And you can't dry them on the radio or in the office. Because all ever people complain. You get through it. So comfortable, you move on. But then there's that time that whether that does affect we had a hurricane here in 1987 think it was. And blue trees down, it was really a big deal because we don't normally have that kind of extreme weather affect a lot of people. And I'm always gonna remember that day. Not traumatically because it didn't cause me any trauma. But I found it funny because I looked out the window. And the window cleaner was still trying to clean the windows of the supermarket opposite where I lived. And the windows were black with from the wind. So I lived near the sea. So that all saved was being blown up. And he was being blown around still trying to wash the window that was dirty as soon as he washed it I took with me. And for other people, it was a really horrible experience. Suppose that's a benefit of staying indoors. So with like the weather, with those experiences were affected only sometimes more than others. So there's a thing that can be done. There's a technique. I don't do a huge amount of techniques, but this isn't my technique. And officially it's called fast phobia cure and it's an NLP technique. However, although NLP has taken credit for it, I've seen similar techniques in old hypnosis books from on, you know, 70 years ago, or longer, something similar. And the point of the whole idea of it is you've got this memory you've got this emotion attached to this memory and It's about changing the way you see the memory, the way you experience the memory
doesn't change what happened. You need a time machine for that. There are techniques to help you completely forget what happened and have amnesia for what happened. But I do stuff like this is about changing how you feel about what happened. So that you can break that pattern, which may be holding you back from enjoying your life in certain circumstances. So it might not be something that affects your whole life. I hope it isn't. However, it might, if something happened in the supermarket, for example.
And it could be something let's say going into supermarket and the credit card gets declined. I've had that happen to me.
And I was very embarrassed. Ever some people just brush it off, move on other people. It's causes trauma, emotional trauma. And I learned years ago. Never underestimate how to word this properly, but done and underestimate how something can cause emotional pain to somebody. Try not to. So if someone says to you that they're scared is something, my advice, and I've done this in the past myself, and I try not to do any more. My advice is don't don't mock them. Because it might seem trivial to us, but is not to them. And what is trivial to them might not be to us. When I was a kid, I was probably quite horrible. You know, I'd make fun of people that had phobias and stuff like that. But I was a kid. I didn't know any better
on now educated and still make mistakes but very surprised when I was you know, started out as a counselor.
Some of the things that youth if I told you you might even laugh, not because you're mocking anyone. But just because it's like seems so ridiculous. Does something like that could traumatize someone. Something so seeming seemingly small, seemingly unimportant. But to them, it wasn't unimportant. So and this, the other side of it is actually we've all been the cause of someone else's emotional I don't use our trauma, emotional problems all of us. Even by not meaning to be. We can't walk around tiptoeing around everybody all the time. So you say something to someone. You don't know their past. You don't know what their triggers are. You might say something as a joke, which I have many times. And I upset many people over the years. I didn't mean to be aware of that situation is you don't know what other people's baggage is or other people's emotional issues. Jews are. So that's why I have to be quite vague. When I make these recordings, apart from when I are doing a podcast, self help, self development, wherever it's called Podcast, where I focus on specific issues like nail biting, and maybe phobia, and a phobia of balloons and some other stuff. But this is like a general anxiety, a general, something that's stopping you from doing that activity that perhaps you used to do, or that you would like to do. Because it's a shame to allow anything, or any body to get an away, have you be unhappy. Because it doesn't matter what you're doing, as long as it doesn't hurt another person. If you feel happy doing it, then go and do it. If something stopping you from doing it, like a memory, a trauma, traumatic memory, or something has happened in the past, and you know, you're emotionally you're blocked from doing that thing that you know, will actually give you happiness and pleasure,
then I think it's worthwhile to make those changes. And I realized that this podcast is about anxiety, stress, panic and things like that. That's what this is, that's, you know, it's not just for people that are going through constant trauma and constant stress. It's also for people, regardless of how often they experience this stuff. A phobia is someone that's scared of something, or scared of doing something.
Whether it's rational or irrational, is equal to any panic attack. an equal deserves equal respect. I believe that somebody that's, you know, suffering with constant panic attacks and stress and anxiety, depression,
whatever it may be, because although that phobia, sometimes you can avoid it. If you got scared of flying, just don't fly. And you might be able to do everything else in your life. So it doesn't really affect your life, perhaps. And that's not the same as someone who's going through panic attacks constantly. And I've got Agra phobia and they can't leave the house. It's not the same. But you stick that person on a plane or in an airport, or get them to think about going on a plane. The feeling they have will be just as strong, guaranteed, as any feeling that anyone could ever have. As far as panic goes, and anxiety and stress. So he's worthy of respect, I think to acknowledge the actually, although it may be avoidable. A lot of things are avoidable.
Some I said avoidable then avoidable. I mean ultimately, acrophobia is if you turn on his head that is avoiding everything.
It's almost like if you avoid everything, therefore you can't be stressed or have any anxiety or panic. That's not It's not the kind of life that most people would enjoy having. And the way I see is, if you like being on your own, and you like being at home and you don't want to be at going out, because that's not what you want to do. Brilliant, good on you. That's the category that I sit in. I prefer being a home and going out. But if you're staying inside because of physically not being able to walk out of the door, because of the intensity of the emotional trauma that's going on to panic, stress anxiety, then that is not freedom, freedom is choice. Freedom is choosing. So in a way, a phobia, depending on what it is, does still offer freedom. Most of the time, depending on what the phobia is being phobic of flying, you fried, you fried and have to go to fly and you've got phobia have gone on boats, you don't have to go on a boat.
But then what happens if you're in relationship with someone who really wants to go on a cruise or really wants to go to the other side of the world, on a plane,
not being able to do that, or refusing to do it can cause problems, big problems, I know people the fetch the head, marital issues because of it. So in my mind, part of my kind of plan, with what I do with these recordings is free services. To try and minimize or reduce or get rid of as many limiting beliefs as possible. To free free up your mind and my mind free up like a bit looser, a bit less constricted, a bit less limited. And also goes together with feeling more relaxed. Not being superstitious, that kind of stuff is very limited. And it's something that we've been taught, or something we were born, weren't born with these beliefs, in fact, weren't born with pretty much any beliefs taught. You could take a baby and teach that baby pretty much anything. You could teach a child to believe, absolutely anything.
Anything. Anything that shows in society. But we can also teach ourselves, that brain that learns
those beliefs can also learn a new stuff. Sometimes it's nice to maybe loosen it up a little bit and get rid of some of those limiting beliefs. Some of the things that we've been taught, you know, perhaps, when you as a child, when you were younger, you told things, you were told that you weren't able to do stuff, you know, you're never going to be able to do that. Or you're never going to be you know, the best painter or you're never gonna be able to whatever it is, people put in their limitations on to you. And then you've been taken, and I did as well. I took those ideas and beliefs on believing that it was true.
But it wasn't all true. Because it was just opinion, and opinions on facts, big difference. And also, I think what we are able to do
now isn't necessarily what we're able to do in five years time. I can't play the piano. By guarantee I could in five years time if I started learning today. If I really put my mind to it, I could learn to play the piano. But I can't play it now. That's fact. So songs say you can't play the piano. And I say you're right. If they say, you're never going to be able to play the piano, they're wrong.
I remember when I was a kid seeing someone play piano with their toes, because I had no arms.
I'm an ad. That's inspirational. Wonder how did that conversation go? That mama I wanted. I'd like a piano for Christmas. I must afford what on earth.
But somewhere, I imagine the parent is this man's parents must have been supportive. Because if that had been a lot of parents would have just laughed it off. No, you can't play the piano, you've got no arms. So someone without arms can play the piano. Someone who hasn't learned to play the piano, who has arms can learn to do it. So that's what go with the beliefs and it changes. And what we think about so changes to what we used to think about yourself, it changes. And I'm not sure how much attention you pay to that change. It's always happening. Because sometimes it's useful to revisit old beliefs. It might be useful to visit or revisit old memories that used to cause stress. The maybe used to be what you contributed, you know, to a trigger to an emotional response. Maybe it doesn't anymore. Maybe it's changed. Maybe you don't know why it's changed. Maybe it's changed. And it kind of doesn't matter why it's useful information. If you decide, well, that's changed, I want to use that same technique or that same process, that same recipe on something else, another thing, maybe stage fright. You know, public speaking, maybe asking someone out that you like or simply putting your right foot through the front door, outwards, and then your left foot in front of that and walking out of your home or going into a public place. Going into the supermarket buying your food, sitting on a bus, feeling relaxed and calm. Wondering why is it changed? How come things changed so quickly? And give you an example actually recently there was what was it Yeah, there was something I heard music when I was outside, and it sounds really loud. And this was about 12 o'clock at night. And he said, I was coming from all over the fence, like any other garden, near where I live, and always like thinking, Oh, how inconsiderate and just just being a general grumpy old man really. And I had in my mind, all they're not too though doing it to annoy me personally. But just because I like to make recordings at night. Now, I knew before if this goes on all night, I'm not going to be able to make any recordings. And so I just my friend knocked on my door said you want to go for a walk to dog dog for a walk? And I'll take Andre for a walk. And we did. And he said, Can you hear that music? I said, Yeah, no, it's the neighbors. He said no, it's not see is that noise coming from the pub? Which is all the way? Probably about 1015 minute walk away. I said what suggests coming from the from the pub? I said no. But we walked and it was walked around. It sounded like it was coming from there.
That's a boring story I'd met but my emotions changed. My feelings change. And they weren't strong feelings. I wasn't I was hardly like punching the wall. You know, I wasn't jumping up and down Go and read wasn't write an angry letter to the council instantly disappeared. instantly. That feeling just vanished. So things can change so quickly. It's almost I've seen people argue in the past. Where, like a couple, a man and a woman or whatever, just thinking about a particular time, I've seen a few times where they really really arguing and saying horrible stuff to each other. But a 1.1 of them says something that makes the other one laugh. It's really interesting to watch that because they're both angry. They're both trying to think of saying the worst thing they can say, trying to think what can I bring up as you know, as ammunition and then they get caught off guard. And they laugh like naturally laugh. Because they get tickled by something just like
to watch that person laughing and then trying to push the laughter away trying to get that feeling back that they had before that, you know. And I could see that struggle. I could say you know, it's like almost like all the armored falling off and trying to put the armor back on again. Trying to get all you know, I want to feel that way again. I've got to get it back. So emotions can change in a second. And sometimes things need a lot of energy to hold on to them to keep going. Things are anxiety, panic. Sometimes just listening to someone like me rabbiting on, and although it does seem like I just talk and talk and talk and kind of do but it's about how you feel. It's about how you feel differently. During and after, you've listened to me. That's, that's the test. That's that is it, that is the point. That is where you can actually cut through, cut through that stuff that, that crap that you don't need. It's almost like turning the extractor fan on in the kitchen, after you've burned some sausages or something, you know, or whatever toast, and you can just see the smoke move in and clear in so you can see the kitchen clearly again.
And anxiety seems to be smoke fog kind of blocks what's actually there, almost like the darkness. If you're in a room, and the lights on and you turn the light off, it feels different. And eventually your eyes become a climatized to the darkness. And, you know, you might can't see everything clearly. But you can generally maybe see the bit of light coming through the window, perhaps of the street light outside, and you get an idea where everything is, you know,
initially, it's very, very dark and you can't see anything, it feels different. And that's almost anxiety and stress can fill by instead of worrying about insti when you know because you know that darkness
is gonna suddenly become lighter. And your eyes climatized you have trust in that safety that you know you have. You know where you are. He knows that you're lying on your bed, or wherever you are. And it's fine. And there's something about that folk, that smoke just disappearing, allowing you to see clearly through that thing that was causing. Whether it's phobia, or whatever it is. Anything that gets in the way of your happiness doesn't deserve to be in your mind, really. Or anything that causes you unhappiness or stress. Anxiety doesn't deserve to be in your mind or your life. Those feelings don't deserve to be there. You don't have to allow them to be there. This is your mind it's show hotel. You decide what guests you have in your hotel. There's a guest you don't like you don't have them. So if they if they misbehave or make a mess at a place or they don't pay their bill, you kick him out and you don't allow him to come back. And every guest has to leave at some point. So hotel they don't stay forever. Some stay longer than others, stump, some overstay their welcome. But those that overstay their welcome. Don't get to come back. So when you've got that emotion, with a phobia, stress, anxiety with whatever that thing is that memory that for that trigger. It's there at the moment, maybe, but it has to leave because it's just visiting. It's just a visitor in your mind. The hotel of your mind is just renting a room for a short period. The time it has to move out.
It's a temporary visitor. And when it leaves, you lock that door, you don't let it back. If it tries to get in, say sorry, we're full hotels for we only have nice thoughts here now Ronnie have thoughts to expand your ability to believe in yourself, and to trust in your own ability
to make those decisions that will increase your positivity and your sense of calmness, relaxation that's naturally within you, that comes with that confidence of knowing that you have so many qualities that allows you to make changes, and allows you to enjoy your life. qualities that other people like qualities that you can maybe learn to appreciate things, abilities to make maybe been almost stunted, and held back due to false beliefs, beliefs that other people have embedded into your brain, an early age may be telling you to or if you felt that you weren't able to do stuff, or you weren't able to, to do the thing that you want to do that makes you happy that you are somehow less than what you could be. But now as you think forward, you realize that actually, you are able to take back that control and decide what beliefs you have more confidence you can have in yourself what things that you can now realize that you are able to do
to improve your life to improve your well being physically, emotionally and mentally able to make changes. So you feel more relaxed. You're able to experience all emotions, without being attached to any emotions. Knowing that all feelings pass every single feeling passes becomes and that leaves just like those visitors at the hotel, they come and they leave. But if they leave, you can stop being the maybe bit more be more fussy about the client tell Do you have
staying in your hotel. So those feelings can be things like anger, don't want anger there don't any angry, angry. Visitors don't want them in the hotel. don't want any anxiety now. Don't anymore that you can go somewhere else. Some confidence place confidence. can stay, relaxation can stay in hotel, calmness, positivity, love, self love, self belief, choice, the ability to choose what you believe, and how you feel and how you live your life. I'm just going to quickly do this fast phobia cure
for those that are interested. Now this is a particular thing. And I'll let you can do it in your own time. But the basic the whole, what it is, is
we think about the thing the person thinks about the thing that the phobic about, they imagine watching it on a screen, like a cinema in black and white, to the drain the color out. And you can just go to beginning of the event that may have caused that phobia or whatever. And skip through it, and then go backwards. And you can just fast forward and rewind, fast forward, rewind, add music. And you can distort it, you can change it. You can add it all cartoon character ran around for no reason. There's lots of different ways there are millions of ways that you can make changes, and sometimes just listening to someone like me talking. And even though it may not seem like much, it's about how you feel. Not just during, but afterwards. And not just immediately afterwards, feeling relaxed and calm and positive. And noticing those changes, but it's also later on in a few hours time. tomorrow, next day, day after noticing how things have changed. What's happened, why is it changed? I didn't do anything I didn't. Well, you have done something. You spent the last 48 minutes listening to me. You could have spent that time doing something else. Probably more enjoyable positively. However, keep listening. The changes happened. Because those changes they want to happen. Your body in your mind wants to feel relaxed and calm. It wants to feel that release. Basically, carrying around this big heavy bag then your body doesn't want that anymore. Doesn't want to and it's almost like your body doesn't know why you're still holding it. And your mind doesn't really know why are you still holding it. So almost like you've forgotten why you were holding it start with now it's affected your body. It's affected your mind. And all you need to do is let it go. Drop it to the floor. Keep walking
and never looked back. So I'm going to go that's the end of this here recording. I should be back again.
Possibly tomorrow. try and do these regularly. And I hope that they're useful, beneficial. If that is the case, then please let me know.
Go to my website and just let me know how you feel. How are you getting on and I will speak to you very very soon. So remember, to be kind to yourself because you deserve to be happy. Lots of love bye

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