How Rapid Transformational Therapy Can Ease Anxiety

Hi friends! Today, I wanted to delve into a topic that’s close to my heart and something that has transformed the lives of many, including mine: easing anxiety with Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT). The majority of my clients have symptoms that include anxiety, although not specifically for the same reasons. Of course, there’s no guarantee, but most of my clients have experienced a significant change in how they feel. They feel more calm, confident, and more detached from the issue that was causing them so much anxiety. Let’s talk about how RTT can work wonders in alleviating anxiety.

First, let’s define anxiety. It’s like a constant storm brewing within, isn’t it? Those racing thoughts, the fluttering heart, the tightness in your chest – it’s suffocating, to say the least. One definition of anxiety reads: 

Anxiety is our body’s normal reaction to stress. When we’re presented with potential danger, our bodies respond to that stress. Fear is a similar emotional response. Fear is the body’s response to a real or perceived imminent threat, and anxiety is our body—and mind—anticipating a future threat.

But what is physically happening within the body when we feel anxiety? When you feel anxious you might have racing thoughts but also physical symptoms, such as difficulty breathing, tense muscles, trembling, a rapid heartbeat, and pain and bloating in your abdomen. These are all the results of the stress response when the body releases cortisol as it prepares for “fight or flight.” We need this when we are in real danger. It helps us act quickly and get out of situations. But most of us have physical symptoms because of perceived danger. We are not in danger, but our body is telling us that we are.

Creating excess cortisol (being in fight or flight for too long) causes fatigue, weight gain, and hair loss. I know from personal experience! In 2020 when the world shut down and everyone started working from home, I went back out into the workplace and worked in an office for the first time since 2009. I lived in opposite land. I had been working from home since before it was cool. But at the same time as I was making this adjustment to working OUTSIDE the home, my daughter was at home alone trying to work her way through online high school and was struggling. I felt guilt, fear, and anxiety every day. My hair started falling out in huge clumps, I developed horrible eczema all over my scalp and face, I gained weight, and I was miserable. 

Before we go any further, let’s dispel some myths. No, hypnotherapy isn’t about swinging pendulums or clucking like a chicken on stage (although I’ve heard that can be amusing to watch. I’ve never seen it myself). It’s a profound therapeutic technique that taps into the power of your subconscious mind to create positive change. RTT utilizes hypnotherapy, along with other methods, to help you regulate your nervous system. It’s not a switch, like a light switch, I think of it more like a knob. When it’s turned up to 100, you are in fight or flight. RTT can help you turn that knob down and help you stay in a more calm, relaxed state on a more regular basis. 

So, how does it work its magic on anxiety, you ask? Well, let me break it down for you:

Our subconscious mind is like a set of beliefs, memories, and emotions. Often, our anxieties stem from deep-rooted fears and negative thought patterns lurking in this subconscious realm. Hypnotherapy helps us access this part of the mind, allowing us to identify and reframe these limiting beliefs.

Picture this – you’re nestled in a cozy chair, eyes closed, listening to the soothing voice of your hypnotherapist guiding you into a state of deep relaxation. Sounds blissful, doesn’t it? Well, this state of profound relaxation not only feels amazing but also allows your mind to become open to positive suggestions, helping to ease anxiety. If you and I were talking on the phone and you were expressing symptoms of anxiety, and I just told you to get over it and relax, how would that work for you? It wouldn’t. RTT helps you guide yourself into a theta state, which then allows you to be open to new thoughts and suggestions. You don’t have your conscious mind in the way, telling you all the reasons why you “should” be panicking. 

Here’s where the real magic happens. Once you’re in this relaxed state, while you are accessing your subconscious mind, we can install powerful suggestions for change. Whether it’s reframing negative thought patterns, building confidence, or fostering a sense of inner peace, hypnotherapy can help rewrite the script of your subconscious mind, paving the way for a more anxiety-free existence.

Anxiety often leaves us feeling helpless and out of control. But through hypnotherapy, we can learn powerful coping strategies to manage anxiety more effectively. From visualization techniques to deep breathing exercises, hypnotherapy equips us with the tools we need to navigate life’s challenges with more calm and resilience. I’ve experienced this first-hand in my own sessions as a client. The challenges don’t disappear, but my reaction to them changes. I am less triggered. I am less affected by them. I can detach from the thoughts that were causing the stress hormones to fire up my nervous system to a 1000. We can use RTT to help us turn down the knob regularly. 

Now, you might be thinking – does RTT/hypnotherapy really work? Well friends, it can. Countless studies have shown the effectiveness of hypnotherapy in reducing anxiety and improving overall well-being. But perhaps the most compelling evidence lies in the stories of those who have experienced its transformative power firsthand. (I’ve changed some of the names for privacy.)

Jenny overcame her crippling social anxiety and now confidently speaks with strangers at events. 

Carey finally found relief from his debilitating panic attacks in the middle of the night. I didn’t change her name. She came on my podcast and talked about her experience, and I urge you to listen:

As for me, by the grace of God, I was able to do a hybrid of working at the office and home, and soon after, I was led to RTT. During my first session as a client, I was able to find the root cause of my suffering, release my debilitating thoughts, and create more calm in my brain and body. My hair stopped falling out and my skin cleared up as well.

So, if anxiety has been holding you hostage, why not give Rapid Transformational Therapy a try? It could be the key that unlocks the door to a life filled with serenity and joy.

Remember, you have the power to rewrite your story, no matter what you have been through. You can release the thoughts, beliefs, and habits that are keeping you stuck in fear.

Thank you for being here!

Karen Stanley


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