Dealing with anxiety

How to feel less stressed and more positive
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Dealing with anxiety in Ireland – How to feel less stressed and more positive

Dealing with anxiety Fiona Brennan Clinical Hypnotherapist
In my clinic every day I help people dealing with anxiety to let go of unwanted anxiety and stress. It is your relationship to anxiety that needs to be managed and healed rather than just wanting to get rid of the anxiety without understanding the roots of it. When you alter your perception of anxiety and start to let it go with love and acceptance, soon you can become less stressed and a lot more positive about yourself and your life. Today I am going to give you some effective tips that you can implement immediately, and that should have you dealing with your anxiety better within a week. You must be prepared to take some precious time to train your brain to deal with your anxiety, and with practise, how you deal with your anxiety can be become a positive force in your life rather than the crippling negative force you may be feeling now. Lets begin now!

Please take the Anxiety/Self-Esteem Test now to see if The Positive Habit is the right course for you. The questions are tailored for people who may be dealing with anxiety.

8 Effective Tips to Start Dealing With Your Anxiety

Dealing with anxiety - Understanding anxiety

Step 1 -Understanding Anxiety

Why are we dealing with so much anxiety? Understanding the roots of your anxiety is essential and also realising that it is not your fault is the first step to moving away from its crippling effects on your life. Quite simply, you are programmed to survive and you, like us all, have a negative bias that keeps us alive and protects us from danger. This negative bias is, therefore, strong and for good reason; it is a fundamental part of your survival and must be maintained so that if we are confronted with a threat or trauma we have a strong resource of this energy to help us cope in times of genuine need. Think of this as similar to having savings in the bank which can be used in the case of an emergency. However, this out of date system is constantly being triggered due to the pressures of modern life. Cortisol (the stress hormone) is constantly triggered and released leaving many of us living in a constant state of fight or flight. This has developed into a pattern of automatic response; we have developed the habit of anxiety.Quite simply, we are programmed to survive and negative bias keeps us alive and protects us from danger. This negative bias is, therefore, strong and for good reason; it is a fundamental part of our survival and must be maintained so that if we are confronted with a threat or trauma we have a strong resource of this energy to help us cope in times of genuine need. Think of this as similar to having savings in the bank which can be used in the case of an emergency. However, the pressures of modern life cause cortisol (the stress hormone) to be constantly triggered and released leaving many of us living in a constant state of fight or flight.  This has developed into a pattern of automatic response; we have developed the habit of anxiety.

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Understanding Your Subconscious Power

by Fiona Brennan | The Positive Habit

Dealing with anxiety - Understanding your subconscious power

Step 2 –  Understanding your subconscious power

Your subconscious mind is very open and suggestible and you have a lot more control over it than you may imagine, in fact, you have complete authority over soothing anxiety and focusing on being calm and confident.  Due to the highly impressionable nature of your subconscious, it is important to learn how to communicate with it.  If you think your subconscious mind is like a small child and you’re your conscious mind is the parent, everything that you say conditions a response of either fear or love depending on your thoughts, wouldn’t you choose to be kinder and calmer to the child? Becoming more positive is not about changing who you are, it is about accessing a part of you that is already there. It is about tapping into your higher self, best self or executive self – the part of you that is free and lives moment to moment. This is the power of programming your subconscious to focus on love rather than fear which is what drives anxiety.

Dealing with anxiety - Discover

Step 3  Discovery – Discover a Positive Self-Concept

The way you speak about your life (in your own mind and out loud to others) is essentially a way of creating your own story, both to yourself and to other people. The words that you use to describe yourself, your family, where you live and the work that you do are important. These words form the framework of how you feel about yourself and the life that you have created. How you describe yourself, how you describe your family, your home and your work. This is the story you tell yourself and has a huge impact on your daily life. YOU are telling the story to yourself. Make it a good one!

How to apply a positive self-concept in everyday life

First thing in the morning and last thing at night visualize yourself going through each day the way you wish to think, feel and behave. As humans, we are unique in our ability to imagine. When you close your eyes and imagine something, your body will respond to the images in your mind as if the event were really happening. Each day acknowledge what was good about the day and make a point of telling your family and friends about the good or funny things that happened. The mind forms memories through experiences so it is useful to acknowledge positive events and to build on these.

Dealing with anxiety - Discover

Step 4 Love –  Learning to love and parent yourself

Becoming an adult is essentially about shifting the power and responsibility from your parents to yourself. It is about letting go of any real or perceived hurt and pain from the past and realizing that to feel safe, secure and loved you must cultivate these feelings from within. Nobody can love you until you love yourself. The full realization that you are responsible for yourself is a fundamental step for mental well-being. You have everything you need within yourself, you are complete and whole. Feeling you are worthy of care and love and providing that for yourself is liberation. The most important relationship that you will ever have is the one you have with yourself.

Stop the habit of negative thinking

Negative thinking is a habit and habits must be broken when dealing with anxiety. Negative self-talk (the inner critic) is often a habit of which we are not even aware. By watching your thoughts you can begin to learn a lot about how your mind operates and the effect your thoughts have on your feelings and ultimately how you behave. When you tell yourself that you have no energy, or that you are fed up, stressed and frustrated then that is what you will feel. Does this sound familiar?

Top Love Tip

Have a photograph of yourself as a child somewhere you can see it every day. Each time you see it remember that your inner child is still within you. Always choose to speak to yourself with compassion and understanding, as you would speak to a child that needed your help.

Dealing with anxiety - Care

Step 5 Care –  Start caring for yourself

The habit of practical self-care is essential to implement when dealing with anxiety. Your body responds well to having its needs met and soon recognizes the rewards of a healthy self-care habit. After a period the body craves what the body gets. For example, if your body is regularly exercised it will begin to automatically expect this and feels deprived if it doesn’t get it.

If you have ever had a pet, let alone a child, then you will know how much care and attention is needed to look after them. There is an episode of The Simpsons where Homer is surprised his dog is so angry. ‘Hey, why is the dog so angry,‘ Homer asks, and Bart replies, ‘You never feed him, take him for a walk, or let him go out to pee.’

We wouldn‘t expect our children to wake after a restless four or five hours sleep, forget to feed them breakfast and send them off to school in the morning in the hope that they have time to grab a quick snack at lunch if they have time to stop their school work. Yet many of us treat ourselves in this manner and wonder why we feel worn out, exhausted and struggle to think clearly. It is important to emphasize the necessity of choosing and establishing a self-care programme that works for you. The words to note here are ‘self’ and ‘care’. When you care for yourself you love yourself and have a healthy respect for serving your own needs. With this deep sense of love and compassion.

Top Care Tip

Your body always knows what it needs and when you slow down the mind we can hear the message it is giving you. Listen actively to the signals from your body each day and develop an open relationship between your body and mind, so that both may flourish.

Dealing with anxiety - Care

Step 6 Happiness –  How to be happy

All of us, whether dealing with anxiety, stress or fear in our lives ALL want the same thing – to be happy. Happiness is about returning you to a state of being ‘unconsciously happy’ so that it becomes easier for you to trust in your ability to remain positive, even in challenging situations. Being alive and part of the human race inevitably means that you will have to face situations that you find, at best, difficult, sad, stressful or overwhelming and at worst, traumatic. It is in our response to these situations that our freedom lies. As previously mentioned, we always have a choice in how we respond to any given situation. Cultivating a core belief that you can and will manage any situation in your life when it arises gives you freedom. To really know that you are strong and capable is an empowering form of spiritual liberation.

Creating a positive mind-set requires a lifetime of awareness and commitment. You are now carving out positive pathways in your brain that will become ingrained and normal for you the more attention you give them. You may even notice your behaviour changing for the better as you begin to feel calmer in situations that would previously have caused stress or negativity. When you notice your behaviour and responses to external triggers becoming calmer and more positive, it is essential to mentally note the shift, no matter how small. Neural pathways form connections through experience and we strengthen this process by recalling them. Having a store of positive memories builds confidence in your ability to handle life’s challenges.

Top Happiness Tip

Hug the people that you love and trust to maintain the close bond. Aim for the magic number of eight hugs a day to boost happiness. Make some of these embraces to yourself.

Dealing with anxiety - Care

Step 7 –  Compassion

Our historical legacy has infected us with the idea that it is unrealistic to be ‘happy’ all of the time, that life is hard and that we must accept our fate and struggle forth. To suffer is a necessary part of life. While it is true that we cannot avoid suffering, is it wise to be always constrained by the ropes of suffering even when they are not present? To suffer is to resist what is and when we accept what is, we are essentially free from the cause of our suffering. Acceptance is freedom from suffering.

Compassion is the key to accepting suffering. When you extend compassion to those who may have harmed you, you release yourself from suffering. Holding onto anger and pain is similar to holding hot coal in your hand and wondering why it hurts.

By acknowledging the vastness of creation and the forces of nature you begin to feel a sense of the magic of the unexplained. Your soul is lifted from the confines of your own ‘small’ life when you witness something profound and outside of yourself, for example, gazing at a star. Alain de Botton, author of Religion for Aetheists, said, ‘When you look at the moon, you think, “I’m really small. What are my problems?” It sets things into perspective. We should all look at the moon more often.’ What you contribute to the universe, to your community, to your work and family is what guides you towards an overall sense of being connected.

Top Compassion Tip

Avoid petty arguments that drain you and those around you by pausing and asking yourself: Does this really matter in the great scheme of things?

Dealing with anxiety - Care

Step 8 –  Success

What makes someone successful – spiritually, emotionally, physically, mentally? What makes them more emotionally intelligent and confident than most other people? The answer is often simple: they have a core belief in themselves and in what they can achieve. So many areas of our lives require self-confidence, which is not something that comes easily to many: it is an essential skill that must be cultivated and nurtured. When you have an inner belief in yourself you are in a strong position to deal with the many challenges that you may face. What erodes confidence is often negative experiences or comments that have been made by other people.

Where does confidence come from? Someone who is confident has usually dealt with any fears that they may have had. They understand the root of these fears and as a result are not limited by them, nor do they hide behind them. Each and every one of us feels insecure at some point. Usually the root of this is our early childhood. Even in the most ‘perfect’ of childhoods you unintentionally learn behaviours that subconsciously protect you from emotional hurt or pain as a child but now no longer serve you as an adult. It is important to understand that what was once protective behaviour becomes negative and self-destructive. Humankind has a strong instinct to protect itself not only from physical threats but also from emotional pain. The very behaviour that you developed to avoid emotional pain is now creating just that. Identifying this mechanism through self-regulation and awareness will open the door to building self-confidence.

Most of us have areas of our lives that we wish to improve. For example, if your goal is to have a simple and peaceful life, what is preventing you from doing so? If you have ambitions to move up in your career, to own a more beautiful home, to have a family, to travel, then what is it that has prevented you at this stage from realizing these aspirations? Knowing what it is that has blocked you from moving forward is instrumental in starting to realize your dreams. If you haven’t already, it is now time to start asking yourself these questions and giving yourself honest answers. This pathway will help you to just that. Think of life as a river constantly flowing and adapting rather than as a stagnant pool where there is no room for progress. Water that is blocked is similar to blocked energy – it starts to rot. Unrealized dreams lead to bitterness and low self-esteem.

Top Success Tip

Practice letting go of your attachment to the outcome of your goals. Once you have done all you can practically to reach your goals, realise that true success lies in your ability to see opportunities in life, even when things appear not to be going your way.

Please take the Anxiety/Self-Esteem Test now to see if The Positive Habit is the right course for you. The questions are tailored for people who may be dealing with anxiety.

Fiona Brennan is a Clinical Hypnotherapist, a Certified NLP practitioner and mental health blogger based in Dublin. She works with people who exhibit behavioural based issues including anxiety, stress and comfort eating.  She holds a Higher Diploma in Clinical Hypnosis awarded by Clinical Hypnosis Ireland and is a certified NLP practitioner awarded by the International Association of Neuro Linguistic Programming & Coaching.  Fiona is a member of the Clinical Hypnotherapy & Psychotherapy Association, the professional regulation body that oversees registration and standards.

The 8 Effective Tips on dealing with anxiety above is a brief synopsis of some of the topics I cover in The Positive Habit Online Programme. The reason that I wrote this programme was because I passionately want to share with you the synthesis of all that I have learnt in my clinical work. Everyday I see incredible shifts in my clients from negative to positive.  The Positive Habit course uses the same techniques that I use on a one-to-one basis with my clients. Every person who has followed this programme has benefited greatly on a mental, emotional and psychological level. The Positive Habit is a unique, self-help & professionally guided, personal therapy program that empowers you to let go of stress & anxiety & reach your full positive potential.

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