Having a phobia can rule your life on a day to day basis. Whether it is a fear of an object, place, situation, feeling of animal, these fears can all be overwhelming and debilitating.
Without treating or looking further into why you have a phobia, years are often spent living in despair and many are left missing out on experiencing things in life due to these irrational fears.
Using Hypnotherapy to cure your Phobias
Using conventional methods, phobias can be cured over a period of time, usually a year or more. With this in mind, The Hypnotist Man, Robert Hisee recognised that this was far too time consuming and costly. Using his unique blend of Unconscious Mind Therapy, Robert has perfected his ability to cure phobias in just one 3 hour session. The session is the most effective phobia cure in Europe.
You will enter your session with Robert feeling anxious, looking for answers or possibilities, perhaps even in denial that you will ever overcome your phobia. On leaving the session you will feel relaxed, excited, sometimes overwhelmed and very often free of fear. You will be cured!
A key characteristic holding a phobia together is that it is a very associated state. A traumatic incident sucks the person back into the past. Post-traumatic stress disorder has the same structure.
A phobia is an externally triggered, consistent, uncontrollable panic response to an internal representation.
You actually respond to the picture you have created, not the thing. The thing triggers, it does not cause. This is a major point.
What makes a phobia different from a single painful experience? The fear has become connected with a set of signals or cues.
That is a snake or a hose can trigger the panic response for instance.
A phobic response is very different from intense fear. A phobic reaction is traumatic, debilitating, immobilizing and seems completely out of a person’s control.
Phobias can vary enormously for example fear of spiders, elevators, closed or open spaces. We use the term very loosely for concepts such as commitment phobia, but this use is more metaphoric.