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- Length 44 minutes
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Help stop jealous feelings & thoughts
This is a professionally produced clinical hypnotherapy based MP3 recording that uses a mixture of hypnosis, metaphoric storytelling and advanced NLP techniques to gently and safely update your unconscious mind about how to manage feelings of jealousy and to begin the process of overcoming jealousy.
This is not a substitute for professional help, however, it might just get you thinking more appropriately and certainly motivate you to take the actions required to trust (yourself) and them more.
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A small clip from this help to overcome anxiety can be listened to below.
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FAQ about this overcome jealousy hypnotic recording
How do I listen on my iPad or iPhone?
Purchase and download the mp3 recording from your PC or Mac and then load the file into iTunes, then sync with your Apple device. Please note it is not possible to directly download the mp3 to an iPhone or an iPad without going through iTunes.
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When should I listen to this anxiety mp3?
Just find some quiet time, perhaps before you sleep at night and listen to the recording through headphones whilst you just sit back or lie-down. You will be taken on a safe, calm and relaxing journey where all you have to do is relax and let your unconscious mind adopt new strategies for managing jealous feelings. Never drive or operate machinery whilst listening to any of my recordings.
Are hypnosis recordings as good as face to face therapy?
Hypnosis recordings will never replace direct face to face therapy with trained therapist who tailors the sessions to be unique to you, your problem and your personality type, however, they do gently nudge your unconscious mind in new directions that can foster new self realisations and the adoption of new ways of thinking and acting.
How can I play this hypnotic anxiety mp3 recording?
Once downloaded you have the choice of: listening to the mp3 recording on your PC through iTunes, Windows Media Player and common media players installed on most computers. Probably best is to load the mp3 recording onto an mp3 player or iPod so you can listen to the hypnotic recording through headphones in a safe quiet place where you can relax and won’t be disturbed.
Information about the emotion of jealousy
Living with the symptoms of jealousy is hard work for both the sufferer and the individual to whom those jealous feelings are being projected. It is emotionally tiring having to worry about what they are doing, who they are talking to, what might happen etc. etc. And often the suffering can become quite anxious and emotionally overwhelmed by these stories, even though they know they are being excessive, it feels like it is impossible to stop the intrusive thoughts and scary feelings. For women the feeling is often about abandonment or ending up being alone – and often for men the jealousy is based around self worth and the feeling that they are not good enough to provide or support for others.
Jealous men and women generally have an unconscious methodology set up that operates somewhat along these lines: Whenever that person does that thing, it makes me feel really emotionally uncomfortable, therefore, if I prevent that individual from engaging in that thing, then I’ll feel happy- It is a strategy, but certainly not a good one, since it implies that your own happiness relies upon on what another person does (or doesn’t) do – which unfortunately places you in the situation of being a sorry victim. Additionally, it is very important to recognise that is is very hard to “have to” control or change someone else, consequently, it’s often preferable to reflect upon who YOU are and what YOU want – then look at new ways where you can develop your own self awareness, self esteem and self confidence – so, no matter what happens – you’ll be fine.
An interesting note for people living with a jealous partner – It can be tempting to “oblige” them for a quiet life, perhaps by changing your behaviour so they feel better, maybe by avoiding talking to someone of the opposite sex whilst with your partner, or commenting on how other people look or flirting etc. Assuming you are just doing what normal people do – Don’t change your behaviour! Because by modifying your behaviour you are just fuelling the insecurities of your partner and prolonging the painful and agonising spiral of destruction, because as you change your natural way of being you will begin to resent them for making you have to change, and even if you do change they won’t be happy – because the problem is within them, not you. It is their self esteem and self worth that needs rebuilding and as they begin to trust themselves, then they can trust others.