31.3.14

Stop obsessive thoughts

Escape from obsessive thinking with hypnosis

Trapped in Your Head
Do you think too much?
Do you sometimes feel as if you're trapped in your head, cut off from 'real life'?
Paul Simon wrote a song about it, and we can all resonate with his words: "Maybe I think too much for my own good." Our thoughts are engrossing. And they seem very important and serious.
People who think too much are not usually thinking amusing thoughts. It's much more likely to be the exact opposite, with worries and anxieties and problems, real or imagined, taking up all the brain space and crowding out the world.

Too much thinking can act like a barrier

This can be incredibly frustrating and stress inducing. Life is going on all around you, and you need and want to be part of it. Perhaps you need to focus on some important task. Yet somehow all this gloomy, self-preoccupied thinking acts like a buffer or barrier. It feels as if you just can't turn it off and get on with living. Your mind is too busy.
Even when you know you think too much, the thought you can't seem to think is how to stop doing it!
Well, here's some good news. This is not a permanent state of mind.

You can clear away the fog of thoughts

There are lots of reasons why you might have got too embroiled in what's going on in your own head, but, whatever the cause, you are certainly not doomed to be imprisoned there forever. Thousands of people have learned how to retrain their brains to calmly focus on what really needs attention, while still being able to think deeply whenever they need to do so.
And you can too.

Hypnosis will quickly help you retrain your brain

Trapped in your head is an audio hypnosis session that will make this retraining both easy and effective for you by enlisting the power of your unconscious mind.
As you relax and listen repeatedly to your download, you'll notice a number of changes taking place. In particular, you'll notice that you:
  • Relax faster and deeper each time you listen
  • Develop a much broader awareness of your external as well as your internal environment
  • Discover that you really can choose what to think about, and when
  • Begin to find yourself proactively switching your attention outwards or inwards as the situation demands
  • Pay more attention to the physical, sensual aspects of life
  • Are starting to really enjoy having more balance and focus in your life.
Download Trapped in your head and be fully present in all of your life.

Best wishes, John M Powers 

 
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