Hi, my name is Crispian Jones. I am an Australian psychologist with over 34 years in the world of counselling and psychology behind me. I have been using hypnosis for 25 years.
I also have a pretty diverse professional/working background, as, prior to moving into my current profession, I worked as a commercial pilot operating throughout Northern Australia, a musician in the Australian Army in Canberra and a factory hand at Peter’s Ice Cream factory and delivery driver for Tip Top Bakeries, both in Perth.
Over the years I have continued to acquire and develop an eclectic range of skills, focusing mainly on those therapies such as hypnosis, and Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) which help the people with whom I work, achieve the best outcomes in the shortest possible time.
I work with a range of issues, including Loss and Grief, Trauma (domestic violence, motor vehicle, rape, robbery etc.), Phobias, Anger Management, Smoking Cessation, Weight Management, Relationship Counselling and Pain Management, and of course Anxiety and Panic Disorders, to name just a few. I employ a range of techniques and skills to facilitate a client’s recovery, bearing in mind that ultimately it is the client who does the healing from “within”, with my help from “without”.
This product design arises out of my many years as a hypnotist. I trust you will gain the benefit from it that you are seeking as have many others with whom I have worked in my clinic.
If you’re an anxiety sufferer or someone who suffers from panic attacks, you’ve probably read just about all there is to read and tried every conceivable technique, including a stack of available medications available for purchase.
If this sounds familiar, let me ask you a question:
If you’re here reading this, I suspect the answer to the above question is “NOT very well”. You’ve also likely NOT had the ongoing relief that you desperately crave.
As someone who has worked in the field of psychotherapy for over 30 years, I’ve seen it all in terms of failed and frustrated attempts to control this perceived and potentially debilitating disorder.
I won’t get too tied up in confusing jargon and psychobabble here, but most of the treatments I am aware of, and maybe you have tried, centre on Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT). This is what I call a ‘talking’ therapy.
CBT is intended to help people manage their problems by changing the way that they think and behave. It usually includes the following techniques:
This is only a small number of the more well-known techniques and doesn’t even detail the ever present medical model of just taking a pill.
Truthfully, CBT is not the ultimate in therapy that a lot of professionals think it is. Unfortunately, it is the most commonly offered treatment.
In my program - a 30 minute MP3 Hypnosis recording - I help you stop (prevent) the panic attacks at their source by ‘telling’ the subconscious mind to, in essence, “stop them”.
Because the subconscious mind controls almost every facet of our being, it makes sense does it not, to access that powerful resource and 'tell' it to fix the problem and not just to “manage the symptoms” when they appear.
It’s all about the connection between the BODY and MIND, and in particular between the body and the subconscious mind.
Here’s a secret:
Here I reveal to you a POWERFUL and SIMPLE but often overlooked approach to beating anxiety and panic attacks once and for all at the subconscious level so that you do NOT get re-triggered and can live a normal life.
One of the main roles of the subconscious mind is to protect you. Ironically, it does this by subjecting you to panic attacks.
Think about it for a moment: even before going into a shopping centre, for example, you experience negative ‘what if’ thoughts starting to manifest themselves.
Your future plans will always be undermined when anxiety bubbles back to the surface, but it doesn’t have to be this way. You do NOT have to live in fear anymore!
Anxiety at its core, is a fight or flight response. You may already know that, and you may also already know that every attack, in the very back of your mind, triggers the next one.
The fear, both physical and mental, is remembered and feeds the next bout of worry and dread.
A Bit of Science: The subconscious mind controls what is called the autonomic nervous system (ANS) that involves the sympathetic nervous system (SNS) and the parasympathetic nervous system (PNS). It is the sympathetic nervous system that is responsible for creating the panic attacks and anxiety.
A Bit of Science: the amygdala (that part of the brain thought to be a part of the limbic system, which is responsible for emotions, survival instincts, and memory) will release cortisol, adrenaline and noradrenaline. These are commonly called 'stress hormones'.
When the sympathetic nervous system is activated, the response will send blood to the big muscles in your body so you can fight or get out of danger (flight).
These primal responses are alive and well in each and every one of us as if we were still living in caves, wearing loin cloths, and running from Sabre Toothed Tigers!
It’s perfectly normal for us to be activated and feel like this in the face of a visible threat, and I would suggest that it is a very good time to get anxious, and to have the blood go to where it is needed in the body so you can get out of the way to a place of safety.
Given the fact that a lot of panic attacks seemingly come on suddenly for those suffering from anxiety disorders, and there is not tiger in sight, what can one do to control them?
When your mind becomes overloaded and over-analyses surroundings and possible future events, panic sets in. One experiences fear, worry, stress and a host of other symptoms.
People like to separate the mind and body but they are WRONG to do so. We are all governed by the laws of nature and our thoughts are no different. The mind / body connecton is undeniable. And this is AMAZING news for you.
Do you recall those worries that have been plaguing your thoughts day and night and crippling or preventing you from doing anything?
“I know that the mind influces the physical brain. I’ve tried controlling it; I’ve tried to wish my thoughts away, and it didn’t work! You are saying said this would only cause the anxiety and worry to surface more viciously?” This is entirely true, it’s because what you focus on in life you amplify in your experience. To put it another way: “when you focus on what you don't want, you get what you don't want”. So, why do that?
When you buy my MP3 hypnosis program, all you need to do is find a quiet place for only 30 minutes or so a day for about 21 days!
(BTh, Dip Min (Hons), Grad Dip Soc Sc-Psych, Grad Dip Counsell Psych, CHT, MAPS)
P.S. If you have any questions or concerns you'd like answered before you buy, please don't hesitate to get in touch or just scroll down. We'll be glad to help with any reservations you might have in order to put your mind at rest. We’re extremely confident in the program and its ability to help you triumph over your fear with…Anxiety Beaten.
I wish to acknowedge the late Jeffrey Stephens for some of the frames contained in the recording . Jeff is sadly missed
Most treatments for anxiety and panic attacks are usually CBT-based (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy based). This particular approach to a wide range of psychological problems, requires a person to monitor their thoughts and then change their thoughts in response to a particular behavioural pattern that they want to change. This typically takes a long time and it is very much a conscious level process which makes it somewhat laborious and in my opinion, largely ineffective.
If you have tried conscious level processes in the past you will find this experience which is a subconscious approach to treating anxiety and panic attacks, delightfully refreshing and easy to actually achieve results.
This is always a tricky question to answer, akin to “How long is a ball of string”. If you fully engage with the process and by that I mean, you allow the senses to respond to the images I paint in the recording (we are essentially creating “theatre of the mind' experience in this treatment), you will provide the most efficacious psychological environment to facilitate your successful treatment. If you suspend disbelief (like one does when one is watching a movie – one gets sucked into the story and is “there” in the action) you allow the subconscious to engage which is where the ‘work’ is done. Persistence is the key here. You need to develop a new neural superhighway that represents your new Anxiety Beaten state. That usually occurs when the myelination process of the new neural connections has been done. You are basically rewiring your brain. Depending how much effort you put in initially will determine how long it takes until you see the results.
Hypnosis is a wonderfully powerful life skill. Modern living is stressful and anxiety producing. Self-hypnosis, at the most basic level, is a remarkably effective tool for de-stressing, calming, and restoring you to health or to achieve a goal. It affords control and connectedness to your mind and body to help you create your desired outcomes. When you become skilled in self-hypnosis, you'll find that it can help you maintain motivation and peak performance, and optimum health. It can help with decision making, and it can help change any negative subconscious core beliefs that may have been “running you” for years and to then change them. You can quite literally change your life!
False. If you are in the hypnotist’s office and s/he had to go out of the office for some reason and not come back, you would gradually become aware that he/she was not talking to you and quite naturally would open your eyes and look around or you would simply drift into a short nanny nap and wake up some short time later feeling like you had just had a long sleep. With this program you will be putting yourself into hypnosis…it stands to reason that you can bring yourself out of hypnosis too.
False. This myth most likely came about from the old style of what is called “direct suggestion” hypnosis which has a kind of authoritarian style about its delivery. Mistakenly people confused that situation with not having any control over how you respond to the hypnotic suggestions. The strength of your will really has nothing to do with how easy you are to hypnotize. Rather, if you are intelligent and imaginative and have the ability to concentrate, to focus on what is being said to you, and you want to, then you will easily acquire the state of hypnosis.
False. Hypnosis is in essence, a naturally acquired state. It is akin to day dreaming totally absorbed in a movie or a book and such like. I've yet to hear anyone suggest that daydreaming or becoming involved in the imagery in the story or in a movie is anything close to being dangerous. The only difference to the hypnosis that is done to you the “client”, clinically and that acquired on your own in your reading or movie watching states are that the hypnotists “puts you into hypnosis using a series of techniques that we know do that. In self-hypnosis which is what we using this program, you do it all by yourself; it’s not dangerous, it’s perfectly safe and it’s very effective.
False. Simply put, no. There are some very interesting research projects that address this issue and you are encouraged to do your own research if this aspect of hypnosis bothers you.
False. No! You are not asleep. You are in fact very much aware of what is happening around you. People's experiences of hypnosis differ even sometimes from session to session as the more you do it the better you become at it and your experiences of the actual process can vary. There is really no universally experienced feeling of being 'in hypnosis'. With eyes closed and body relaxed, a hypnotized person may appear to be asleep. When that person emerges from hypnosis it might look as if they have awakened from a nap. However this is not the case.
When you are asleep and you will know this because you do it each night, you are not aware of your surroundings. But during hypnosis you are aware of what is going on round you, and you will be able to hear and to think at all times. Your body is very relaxed, but your mind is actually more alert than usual, in a state of heightened awareness and focus.
Some people feel light, others feel heavy, some feel warm while others feel only a tingle and some feel nothing at all. However in a clinical setting, the most common feeling is one of complete physical relaxation and heaviness.
False (mostly). Hypnosis is certainly a relatively quick method of making permanent changes in your life, but for most presentations there is often not a one time, quick fix "Hypno-cure". Having said that I have, over my 25 years of using hypnosis clinically, seen remarkable changes in people even after just one session. However, every individual makes progress at his or her own rate and if you apply yourself to the program, you put yourself in the box seat in getting the fear of anxiety behind you once and for all. Here are the effectiveness statistics: Results of a comparative study published in American Health Magazine: Psychoanalysis therapy has, on average, 38% recovery after 600 sessions. Behaviour therapy has, on average, 72% recovery after 22 sessions. Hypnotherapy has, on average, 93% recovery after 6 sessions. (based upon statistics gathered by Dr. Alfred Barrios, PhD and documented here: http://stresscards.com/hypnotherapy_reappraisal.php) Tooley Transformation Hypnosis Office
Fact! (But only if you don't want to be hypnotised): However, anyone who is of average intelligence and wants to be hypnotised can be hypnotised. So, if you ‘cannot’ be hypnotised you either don't want to be, or, you are of lower than average intelligence Which is it?
i.) Do not listen to this track when you are driving or using other machinery. You need to concentrate and focus on what is being said.
ii.) Listen to the Anxiety Beaten track at least once a day
iii.) Make sure you stay awake when you are listening to it, so that you do not go to sleep. If you fall asleep whist listening the Subconscious will not hear what it needs to hear. There is an option at the end of the recording for you to go to sleep or go about your day
iv.) Wear loose clothing with nothing tight anywhere on your body. Be comfortable in the ambient temperature
v.) Make sure you are not going to be disturbed by pets or people or phones and the like.
vi.) Use good quality stereo headphones
vii.) It does not matter if you don't consciously remember all of what is being said. The Subconscious is the focus here and when you are in a state of hypnosis it is easy to ‘access /communicate with’ the subconscious and make the required changes therein. Each time you listen to the track you will pick up something different.
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