“Don’t you see, I cannot breath without you I cannot live without you, don’t you see how much I love you” – Original Sin
Probably the most intense feeling any one of us can experience in life, the chemistry we are looking for to enjoy with another person. It’s a very personal and individual experience. Have you ever found yourself totally enamoured by another person? They occupy every moment of your thoughts and even enter your dreams..you see things that others cannot see in that person and in life, a dimension to reality that no one else fathoms. You are uncertain about what’s happening to you, you are full of wonder, exposed, vulnerable, spontaneous and transforming
…Something happened to a friend of mine last year and we where recently discussing it over drinks at Tonteria is Sloane Square, if you haven’t been there it’s London’s premier bar well worth going to.
My friend who I will not name had been leading a stable life as a successful and well known entrepreneur and lot’s of free time to do what ever he wanted. He hadn’t been dating anyone and was not intending to you could say he was married to his career… All of a sudden he met someone unplanned and he fell totally in love with her, he became very irresponsible about the practicalities of his life. He made an excuse to take time off of his work and he surprised her one evening by knocking on her apartment door in Paris, it was all really exciting, and a whirl wind romance was born…As often happens it didn’t last and my friend came back down to earth, however looking back on that experience my friend had some insights which were very illuminating…
He realised that he had not only been in love with the woman; he was in love with the life that had opened up to him, a kind of intensity that wasn’t there ordinarily in his life, a willingness to take chances to do outlandish things and to spend money without counting the cost, to generally live outside the boundaries of a conventional existence. The woman was a trigger for living intensely and spontaneously without given thoughts to consequences as long as this was happening he continued to feel this very strongly. The feeling of love was both a cause and an effect of a whole new way of life, It was only when mundane and ordinary reality started to re-assert itself that the emotional experience vanished, when routine sets in the intensity starts to be lost when the relationship becomes routine or conventional the quality and magical side of the person that only you could see can’t be seen anymore and you just see the same person that everyone else sees.
…His question to me was, is it possible to have a relationship evolve from strength to strength can some one continually fall in love with the same person?..My answer surprised him, I said to him everyone one of us have two sides we can be kind and cruel, positive and negative, supporting and challenging never has been a one sided individual we all have our light and our dark, what happens after the initial phase of infatuation we end up projecting a fantasy of how our partner should be and behave, we then begin a process of working on that person to change them. No person in existence matches that unrealistic fantasy that only ourselves have created and we end up in pain. I then said love her for who she is both sides of her, even if she is different to you, if two people are exactly the same one isn’t needed, love her for who she is and she will become the person that you love…
Learn what her language of love is, just like we have a person who is left handed and someone who is right handed, one isn’t better then the other, we all have different strategies for falling in love, staying in love and feeling loved ask the right questions and you will discover the keys to her heart & so he did… I will be running a workshop later on this summer on the dynamics of not only finding your soul mate but also how to keep the intensity alive, so watch out for the posts, however if you need any direct advice or wish to work with me one on one do drop me an email and my assistant will schedule you in.
Iron Man 3 what a great film! I do however prefer the first one though none the less they done a great job on this movie…Bringing in the superhero and also showing his vulnerability and though he has this external powerhouse of a literally indestructible suit of armour, he is still susceptible to emotions and if he works himself up it turns into panic! Yes panic, if you watch the movie there is a scene where Tony Stark (Robert Downy Junior) thinks he is having a heart attack only to discover in hospital he was suffering an anxiety attack (Panic attack). The film gives a great representation of how and why panic attacks start and subtly is shows how they can disappear. Not bad information education and entreating. Having worked with countless numbers of people the number one thing I deal with is panic, a phobic and obsessive compulsive and anyone else with anxiety is afraid of panic.
The panic is simply brought on as a result of excessive worry, put simply if you are afraid things will go wrong and you work yourself up you trigger the fight or flight mechanism in the brain because your brain is preparing itself for impending danger. This whole scenario is played in the mind! So if you can create this state of terror yourself you also have the ability to overcome it. Fear or worry about not being able to cope, or panicking or losing control is a powerful form of self-hypnosis the mere imaging of this creates the response in your body. In order to change this requires the following steps:
(1) A knowledge and understanding that you have all the resources in you to overcome anything, in fact every difficulty or uncomfortable event has a positive side to it once you change the interpretation of the event or thing you are afraid of, it’s important to train yourself to start to generally feel well and happy and stop the trigger of impending doom by simply reducing your worry.
(2) Start acting normally changes your internal dialogue and images, body posture too. If you smile your brain releases small amounts of serotonin in the brain, your body and mind are connected, if you think, act and communicate with yourself as if you are truly free of panic attacks you will be!
(3) Keep your tongue on the roof of your mouth and breath in through your nose (inflate the belly) as you breath out pull the belly button towards the spine, this creates an immediate tranquillising effect on the body.
(4) Build a greater vision for your life and strive towards it, this was what happened in Iron Man 3, when Tony Stark had to prepare himself to once again save the world his vision was far greater than any self-imposed fear. Do the same.
As you are reading this you are probably thinking this is easier said than done, which yes it is however, having the courage to apply this and beginning to learn to live your life in a state of curiosity and courage instead of fear and dread will be the solution you need… Hard but worth it!
For more serious cases or for expert panic attack treatment you can visits me in my Harley Street Clinic and work one on one, the aim is to get you to overcome your panic attacks and anxiety in the shortest period of time possible.
For further detailed information about the expert as well as his proven therapies, Log on to dominicknight.co.uk.
This is the most common question I’m asked and ironically its people who have failed using all the traditional methods for change from counselling to tranquillisers! In short the answer is Yes, it does work and very effectively sometimes even faster than traditional methods. In my Harley Street Hypnotherapy Clinic I have solved lifelong cases of eating disorders and phobias in minutes as appose to months or even years. Though this sounds incredible some cases may take months but fundamentally everything in my opinion that holds a person back psychologically or interns of repetitive behaviours can change. The factors at play really are the willingness and the desire of the patient to get better, pretty much overrides everything. Some therapists believe that change will take place slowly and over a prolonged period of time and hence their methods are tailored to that. I think it takes as long as it need be sometimes seconds sometimes months.
Finding the Right Therapist
Just as the way modern medicine and doctors can help people recover some can and some can’t there are various factors at play the most important in my opinion is the expertise of the therapist. Just as there are some phenomenal doctors, there are also some doctors who are awful ones just people with great memories for regurgitating information and zero people skills. That holds true though for every industry from dentists to dieticians look for credibility and beyond all results that the therapist has achieved, you are not looking for a list of credentials it’s more important to look for someone who really can help you get better!
By first relaxing a person down to an alpha state they become less resistant and less analytical, from this place with an artful use of metaphors and words the patient can be taken into a state of heightened awareness and suggestibility which facilitates change. The words used affect the patient’s neurology and have a very calming and tranquillising effect on the nerves. From there simply having the patient imagine the phobia evaporating or the compulsion disappearing and working out new strategies tends to be a very effective method of creating lasting change. Fears and phobias are always imaginary and based on an over active imagination of some future event going wrong. Learning to change what’s going on in the internal world i.e imaging a good scenario instead, create a direct link to the body to learn to respond in a new and more effective way. Testimonials I receive are almost daily which in turn re-enforces my own belief that the only limitations we set on the speed of our own recovery is our own. Learn to let go of your imaginary fears and stop playing the same old negative stories in your mind and you will be destined to change quicker than you can imagine!
How Hypnosis Works:
Within science, there is no debate as to whether hypnosis exists or works. Science simply cannot agree on what it is and how it works, although as The British Society of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis states:
“In therapy, hypnosis usually involves the person experiencing a sense of deep relaxation with their attention narrowed down, and focused on appropriate suggestions made by the therapist.”
Time Magazine States about Neuro Linguistic Programming NLP (This is synonumus with hypnosis)
“Time Magazine reports: “NLP has untapped potential for treating individual problems and has become an all-purpose self-improvement programme and technology.”
Newsweek, Oprah & Even Business week have all reported on the power and effectiveness of this form of therapy!
If you do want to work with me one on one and experience life altering change please take the time to call my Harley Street Hypnotherapy Clinic on 0208 466 7085. Phobias, anxiety, panic attacks, eating disorders and Obsessive Compulsive Disorders are all treated.
For further detailed information about the expert as well as his proven therapies, go through dominicknight.co.uk.
More and more people today are recognising the power of clinical hypnotherapy to change old stagnant behaviours that hold them back from living their dreams, in my Harley Street Hypnotherapy clinic I work with all sorts of things that hold people back. Today we have so many elaborate definitions and labels for people ranging from phobics, anxiety disorders, OCD, depression, etc. The reality is in my opinion it all comes under one category which is ‘Fear’ and there fear is simply ruminated on and that sets up an automatic response in the brain. Fear is the thing that keeps people back and because fear is not logical many talking therapies fall at the wayside because they are limited to only addressing the conscious side of the mind. The most powerful approach to overcome self-limiting beliefs really is to address both conscious and subconscious parts of the mind. Typically when people come to my London based Hypnotherapy clinic for treatment, they have exhausted every avenue, CBT, Counselling, Medication therefore they are no naturally sceptical not only to Clinical Hypnotherapy but to anything! It’s important never to give and also recognise it’s not so much the therapy as it is the therapist that will help you alleviate your problem. Now as you are reading this undoubtedly there is something in your mind you have that you want to change all maybe it comes down to you building greater self confidence or curing/ overcoming a phobia. The following is a formula you can use today to help you build more self-confidence and in doing so you will build a greater degree of inner strength to overcome your anxieties that hold you back.
Firstly you need to make the most of what you have by first making the most of who you are. We all spend a small fortune every year on clothes, make up, hairdressing etc in an attempt to make ourselves feel and look more desirable. But what you look like on the outside is always a reflection to what you are feeling like on the inside. Change the way you feel about yourself and you will literally change the way you look!
As you develop more self-acceptance you will find that your social life will improve. Remember more confidence is almost always a reflection of what we are thinking. If you have great expectations of how people perceive you and your level of self worth is high, people subconsciously pick up on that. If you love yourself, everyone will love you. If you carry yourself with happiness and make everyone you meet feel special you will exude charisma and attract more people into your life. Focus on discovering and bringing to the surface your best you! Learn to develop the ability to notice your patterns of feeling, thinking and acting as they arising so they don’t distort your perception and drive or block your actions of how you would truly like to come across.
Firstly learn to communicate effectively with yourself and always imagine the best possible outcome. This is very crucial. Why? Because old patterns and negative feelings may arise. They don’t come up necessarily because you are a “self sabotager” or because you have labelled yourself as having low-self esteem they come up because they have momentum; through constant repetition they come up automatically. 95% of what we experience and feel is based on our inner communication with ourselves, we think in pictures and have internal chatter, you can’t talk to yourself negatively and put yourself down and then expect to feel comfortable about who you are. Think and behave positively there is no other way! Condition yourself by taking initial small steps everyday with positive self-talk and visualisation and get exceptional at what you do. Take risks because the pain of regret outweighs any other pain. Re-define the fear of failure, the only reason you may be afraid to take a risk is because you are afraid to fail or how people may judge you. However if you exercise in the gym and you work your muscles to failure, you get stronger. In fact we learn more from our mistakes then our successes. The biggest successes in life are almost always the people that have failed more times than other people have, however they have persisted with their dream until they realised it.
1. How comfortable about whom you are is based on the same old story you continue to tell yourself. Get over the old story and close the door tightly on your past!
2. Recognise and look at your best qualities you have instead and magic can happen.
3. Take calculated risks, the bigger the risk the bigger the reward.
4. Learn from mistakes, this increases your self-esteem. If something happens that you don’t like, never blame yourself or others just say, “Something happened and I’ll figure it out.” This gives you back the power to handle life’s challenges.
5. Everyone takes time to do their hair or make up before they go out, now is the time to prepare yourself emotionally before going out, step into your imagination and see yourself that you want to be. People become what you think about most of the time, so imagine how you truly want to be!
6. Learn to hold a conversation with anyone from a 2 year old to a billionaire basically
7. Stop worrying about how you come across. Most people are just like you and seeking approval. Most of them are too busy worrying about what other people are thinking about them, so differentiate yourself be a breath of fresh air. When socialising everyone’s favourite subject is, themselves so pay attention to them, make other people feel special and they will reciprocate, you will then have more positive reference points in life to refer to.
8. The moment that you begin walking, talking and behaving in ways that are consistent with your highest ideals, your self-image improves, your self-esteem increases and you feel happier about yourself and your world. For example, whenever you are complimented or praised by another person your self-esteem goes up, sometimes dramatically. You feel happy about yourself. You feel that your whole life is in harmony. You feel successful and valuable. Your aim should be to deliberately and systematically create the circumstances that raise your self-esteem in everything you do. You should live your life as if you were already the outstanding person that you intend to be sometime in the future.
For specific phobias or help with anxiety disorders like panic attacks, cod or phobias contact my Harley Street clinic today for an effective form of therapy. For more information, one can log on to dominicknight.co.uk.
It’s that season again where I am inundated with calls, articles and clients all wanting help with overcoming the fear of flying. My Harley Street Hypnotherapy Clinic has built a reputation on delivering fast effective treatment for flight phobics everywhere. In fact last year Heathrow and the new Premier Inn hired me to work with 74 flight phobics in a record 45 minutes, a successful, though not easy feat I had to congratulate myself on that one! When I asked them what were Premier Inns interest in all of this, they told me that 1 in 20 people lose sleep due to such extensive fear. Wow, giving up your sleep to worry about something imaginary, it makes sense any type of fear inhibits the quality of sleep.
I have never been a flight phobic so how could I really know what you feel, that’s easy fear is something that we have all felt at one time in our lives and it could be related to anything, a fear of losing a job, a fear of going to school when you where very young all the way to a fear of flying. Fear is just a sensation in your body and the fear is harmless, it’s your dwelling on a worst case scenario that brings the imaginary fear and the uncomfortable sensations to life. The last time I felt fear ironically was a couple of years back and I finally understood National Geographic’s statistic which verified that donkeys are deadlier then flying on an airplane, so I guess my fear was justified! This is my story:
While on a cruise throughout Europe, I had just arrived in Santorini, a stunning little Greek Island; departing the cruise ship the only way to get to the little village and shops was either by a tram or taking a Donkey up the mountain. Being the adventures type of guy I am, I decided to go via Donkey, the route up the mountain was daunting and the speed of these donkeys would have even intimidated Lewis Hamilton. At points on the journey up, I literally felt that I was going to fall off the side of the cliff! I grew to respect the fact that Donkeys really can be dangerous and I could sympathise with anyone who has fear of them. Yes uncomfortable though it was, I never gave it a second thought until writing this article now. However had I spent hours dwelling on the discomfort of the donkey ride I may have very easily conditioned my mind for a phobia of donkeys! Phobias are always conditioned responses that we create in our own minds then re-enforce. The only two phobias we are born with is falling and loud noises, everything else is learned. Even your fear of flying! Now how to overcome the fear of flying, firstly it’s important to recognise there are two types of flight phobics as explained below:
Do you experience the following:
1) Fear of loss of Control
2) A fear of panic attacks and not being able to get off when needed
3) A phobia of embarrassment due to panicking
4) Phobia of Turbulence
5) Then a holiday which is completely destroyed by constant worry of having to face the flight back
Fear of Flying Phobic Responses of Impending Doom
Second Type of Phobic is the one that:
1) Do you create scary pictures in your mind of plane crashes or hijacking?
2) Do you have constant negative dialogue and imagines of how everything will go wrong and if that isn’t enough an expectation of panic up?
The last fear of flying phobic I worked with flew comfortably to New York to see his son. This gave me so much joy realising I had helped this man achieve this simple task that so many of us take for granted. Below are a couple of tips to help you deal effectively with your phobia:
1) Change the negative images in your mind of fear, panic and crashing into comfort and enjoyment.
2) Use positive self dialogue and deep breathing keep your tongue on the roof of your mouth (this neutralises the stress hormones triggered in the brain).
3) Watch a comedy before heading out to the airport (Endorphins are released during laughter and this collapses the emotions of fear)
4) Meditate morning and evening by laying in bed and imagining the whole experience turning out more comfortable then you had expected.
If you really are struggling then please do give my clinic a call and set up an appointment. For more details about Dominic Knight go to dominicknight.co.uk.
Are you suffering from Panic Attacks that hamper your day-to-day life? This write is then just for you. Panic Attacks are actually episodes characterised with high anxiety along with fear and discomfort that progress abruptly to completely destabilise the person. Some of the common symptoms are sweating, trembling, shaking, difficulty in breathing, nausea and dizziness. These symptoms are actually part of fight or flight reaction of the body and can be quite unnerving for the suffering person. There are numerous medications and therapies available nowadays for Treating Panic Attacks.
Medications are used for treating Panic Disorders and are known to be effective as well as a safe answer to the disorder. Antidepressants and Anti-Anxiety Medications are extensively suggested and are used for the effective treatment of Panic Attack related problems. The pharmacological treatments include medications like:
- Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) such as Prozac, Zoloft, and Paxil
- Benzodiazepines such as Xanax, Valium, Ativan, and Klonopin
The good news is the fact that many people have recovered from Panic Attacks with the help of Therapies like Hypnotherapy as it has emerged to be a major solution for treating mental disorders. Some of the ways by which Hypnotherapy works:
- Building confidence and self-esteem by accessing client’s mind on the subconscious level
- Taking control of the thoughts, beliefs, emotions and worries that are connected with the problems
- Achieving relaxation as hypnosis is the best tool for full body and mind relaxation
- Solving the fear of Panic Attacks that is actually solving panic attacks too
- Finding solutions for dealing with fearful situations and rehearsing them
- Dealing with the original causes and reasons for anxiety
Dominic Knight’s Harley Street Clinic has emerged as one of the UK’s most recognised and credited centre for Clinical Hypnotherapy run by NLP Master Practitioners and offering effective treatments in Panic Attacks, Fear Of Public Speaking, Eating Disorders and so on. Very few can match with Dominic Knight in terms of reliable Hypnotherapy Treatment for curing Panic Attacks. For more information, you can log on to dominicknight.co.uk.
People might have this perception that Panic Attack is something like a heart attack. But in actual sense, Panic Attack with the symptoms such as choking feeling, racing heartbeat, excessive sweating, quivering and the fear of losing senses, can be way too dangerous than heart attack. Here are some of the frequently asked questions about Panic Attack:
What are the symptoms of Panic Attack?
The symptoms of Panic Attack appear abruptly, usually, without any obvious cause. Some of the most common Panic Attack Symptoms are:
- Pounding or racing heartbeat palpitations
- Sudden chest pains
- Stomach upset
- Dizziness, nausea, light-headedness
- Problem in breathing
- Numbness in hands
- Fear of dying
- Perceptual distortions
- A sudden need to escape
- Anxiety about the likelihood of losing control
How long does a Panic Attack usually last?
People respond differently to the panic attacks. Uncommonly, the initial Panic Attack lasts for up to 10 minutes. People who experience Panic Attack might still feel the fear and anxiety for a couple of days afterwards. Around 40 to 70 % of people who get Panic Attack during the day are likely to experience the same during night. Panic Attack at any point of time is terrible experience but the night-time attack is scarier.
What are the factors that cause Panic Attack?
Though it is not easy to identify the causes behind Panic Attack, but the problem usually has to do with genes. Experts state that the Panic Attack is generally genetic and its chances get increased in case the problem is constantly running from a long time in the family. Besides, those who have a history of medical issues such as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, etc. can also suffer from Panic Attack. As well, negative self-image can also be the cause of Panic Attack.
Is Panic Attack serious?
Yes! Panic Attack is very much serious and who can know the seriousness better than the ones who suffer from it. People who suffer from Panic Attack get emotionally destroyed. At times, Panic Attack gets severe to the extent that serious emotional disorder like agoraphobia may develop.
Can Panic Attack be treated?
Yes, Panic Attack can be effectively treated.
To Stop Panic Attacks, one can always turn to Dominic Knight’s Harley Street Clinic. The specialists at Dominic Knight’s Harley Street Clinic effectively treat Panic Attack in London. For more information, one can log on to dominicknight.co.uk.
In recent times, there has been a drastic increase in the number of people suffering from eating disorders such as Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating and Purging, etc. These eating disorders are rather psychological disorders that make the sufferers go through certain obsessions and impulses about their eating habits and body. In general, people who experience any of the eating disorder suffering struggle with a distorted body observation and are not capable of seeing themselves or their physiques correctly.
As per the established facts, Anorexia is most commonly seen in women, especially the ones who are in their adolescence. The causes that lead to anorexia have yet not been definitively identified, but the factors such as societal pressures, body-image issues, self-esteem, genetic factors, etc. are expected to play the role. Most of the times, the people suffering from anorexia tend to display irrational behaviours, at times become obsessed with food, and frequently show behaviours that are steady with other compulsions in their attempts to excessively controlling their daily food intake and weight. People suffering from Anorexia develop the risk of extremely slow growth apart from malnutrition. Besides, problems such as digestive malfunctioning, heart-rhythm disturbances, bone density loss, anaemia, hormonal and electrolyte imbalances, etc. surround the people suffering from Anorexia.
Very much similar to Anorexia, Bulimia too is a psychological disorder. This type of eating disorder is characterized by occurrences of secretive extreme eating ( known as bingeing) which is then followed by unsuitable ways of weight control including self-induced vomiting ( called purging), misuse of diuretics and laxatives, and even excessive exercise. The people suffering from Bulimia gradually become vulnerable to other disorders, compulsions, addictions, etc. Contrasting the people suffering from Anorexia, bulimics go through noteworthy weight variations, however their weight loss is generally not as stern or apparent as of anorexics.
Anorexia And Bulimia Treatment Centres:
A number of Anorexia and Bulimia Treatment Centres can be seen given the rise in the number of people suffering from eating disorders. The Treatment of Eating Disorders done at these centres generally includes medical and weight stabilization apart from psychotherapy. The nutritionists at these centres help the anorexics and bulimics to get back to the normal and better eating habits.
One can rely on Dominic Knight’s Harley Street Clinic for effective Bulimia Treatment. The specialists at the clinic are well-comprehended with the best ways devised for the Treatment of Eating Disorders. For more details about Dominic Knight, one can visit dominicknight.co.uk.
OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder) Hoarding Disorder is a particular way of behaviour that is often not at all seen as disorder by the people having it. It is a mental state that can be treated only if the person going through it can recognise it. Many people might ask that why there is a need for OCD Treatment. Well, the simple answer is that excess of anything is always bad and the same holds true for OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder) Hoarding Disorder. This disorder severely affects the life of the person as well as people around him. The worst part is that the hoarder gradually starts distancing himself from the loved ones and society as well.
Compulsive Hoarding Disorder can be identified from a number of signs. The person suffering from it tends to hoard almost anything and everything. His thoughts revolve around the stuff that he has hoarded and stored safely. He leaves no opportunity of gathering things and won’t let the same possessions go for any reason. His home eventually gets filled with numerous items, which at times neither have fiscal nor sentimental value.
It’s been also seen that sometimes the person having OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder) Hoarding Disorder starts developing strong sentimental value for the accumulated things. He finds it really hard to part away from them and feels way too guilty in case his possessions get damaged or lost.
The real problem arises when people around the hoarders start noticing and pointing out their hoarding habits. Though the hoarders themselves do not find anything wrong about their actions, but the attention that they get from people around embarrass them a lot. Eventually, to save themselves from others’ reactions or better say to hide their problem, they refrain from mingling with friends and family.
People suffering from OCD Hoarding Disorder can live a normal and better life. What they need most is the help not sympathy of their closed ones. Their family members should take them to professional therapist. Consultation for Compulsive Disorder Treatment greatly helps the hoarder to get out of the obsessive thoughts. Once the Compulsive Disorder Treatment is successfully done, the hoarder can make his life productive and more meaningful.
For effective treatment of OCD Hoarding Disorder, Dominic Knight can be consulted. A well-known Clinical Hypnotherapist in London, he has solved several cases of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. The specialist has mastery in treating several other disorders such as Bulimia, Crippling Addictions, Phobias, Anorexia, etc. apart from OCD Hoarding Disorder. To have an appointment with Dominic Knight, log on to dominicknight.co.uk.
You would have seen many people going crazy about flying. They just love the lives of those free birds that can fly high in the sky. But there are such people as well who often lose their control when they have to travel through air. The causes that form Aerophobia (Fear Of Flying) are many including fear of crashing, fear of hijacking, fear of losing control, fear of flying during night, fear of flying over water and most importantly, fear of heights which is often the major cause for many. But, every problem has a solution and so does Fear Of Flying. People can indeed overcome the Fear Of Flying with Hypnosis.
After all, fear is merely a feeling that has hardly anything to do with conscious mind. The Fear Of Flying has thus no logical grounds. It is in fact – a learned fear, created by the subconscious mind. The good news is that the learned fear can always be treated. And this is where Hypnosis plays its major role.
When the person having Aerophobia is hypnotized, his right side of brain which is responsible for feelings becomes more active than the left side of the brain that is responsible for logical thinking. Hypnotherapy is used to effectively eradicate the phobia of flying. Only two sessions of successful transformational hypnotherapy are required to get people rid of Aerophobia. Hypnotherapy, when performed by trained and experienced Hypnotherapist, surely helps people in overcoming their fear of flying.
Now the question that comes into mind is where and how to find a reliable Hypnotherapist? Well, the best way to come across a genuine Hypnotherapist who can help in completely overcoming the Fear Of Flying is to conduct an online search. Over the internet, numerous trained and experienced Hypnotherapists can be searched. However, it is a must that the search must be done very carefully to avoid encounter with the fake ones.
For better and assured hypnotherapy, people can get in touch with Dominic Knight. Expert in hypnotherapy, he manages his own Dominic Knight’s Harley Street Clinic in London. A large number of people troubled from different kinds of fears, anxieties and likewise issues have benefited a lot from his therapies. “Overcome The Fear of Flying Session” that is conducted at Dominic Knight has helped several people to live a fear-free life. For further detailed information about the expert as well as his proven therapies, go through dominicknight.co.uk.