You’ve gone to bed, you are tired then when your head hits the pillow and the light goes out, your unconscious mind gets busy.
“I can see you are going to sleep now but before you do, here’s a few extra things you may like to consider.”
In the past, before I healed my PTSD this was horrendous, those things sometimes terrorised me all night and I would wake up dreaming of more traumatic things.
Now, oh yes, I still sometimes get reminders from my unconscious mind, so I grab a piece of paper I keep beside the bed and jot them down.
Sometimes they are useful reminders, they don’t worry me anymore. If I wake dreaming and I don’t like the context or ending, I just say, that’s not right, this is what happens, then roll over and go back to sleep.
The horrors are no longer horrors.
Traumatic memories don’t just disappear, but they no longer have the pain and you can easily reframe them and send them away.
This is what I help people to learn with both Face-to-Face hypnotherapy and in the “Escape from Anxiety” program. And the VIP “Escape from Anxiety” also includes up to 2 one-on-one hypnotherapy sessions with me either face-to-face or on zoom
Here is the link to learn more. It only costs a small monthly fee. No more than a weekly coffee and bun.
If you’ve had trauma in your life, it may be time to stop and think, what really matters in your life? The freedom that you find when you defuse those memories is so good.
When trauma happens the memory and the pain is held in all the cells of your body and until it is released that memory is never resolved. The stress and trauma is never over.
Using hypnosis and a special step by step process I help clients to overcome those memories and let the pain and stress go. The change is dramatic.
I truly ‘get” this because this is the process that I used to heal my own PTSD which built up over many years from my earliest childhood, through being bullied as a disabled child and having 3 abusive marriages.
I'll let Sue (not her real name) tell her story