Anxiety treatment download – product summary

Over the years I have worked face to face with hundreds of people, helping them to overcome anxiety and guiding them to generate a whole new relationship with their emotions, I think I have seen and heard almost every fear based reaction, every avoidance behaviour, every frustrating excuse and every “theory” on how to end anxiety and depression.

Because, when normal, sensible people, accountants, lawyers, engineers, teachers – who experience anxiety, arrive in my office, they have usually tried quite a few ways to overcome their problems – and on the whole, nothing has worked to any significant extent, typically, they feel frustrated, tired, fearful and trapped.

Often, the feelings of anxiety are causing them to avoid some things in their life, causing a lot of disruption – and they are running out of ways to “cover up” their avoidance behaviours – every facet of their life becomes touched by these overwhelming feelings in some way and they normally feel quite stuck.

Many have been to see their Doctor and have been offered drugs to minimise their anxious feelings, beta-blockers or anti-depressants, with no better advice than “you are probably stressed or depressed, take it easy for a while” or they have read books about anxiety that discuss the fight or flight response, yet give no help as to how to actually stop it.

Or they have downloaded miracle cures from the internet for $20 that claims to get rid of anxiety in an hour.

Well, in my experience, rarely do any of these solutions offer an adequate explanation of what is happening within your body, within your mind, within your beliefs and within the circumstances of your life, past and present – that have left you feeling this way.

Exploring how to overcome anxious feelings the sensible way

So, as you are here listening to this – I suppose the question is; how can I help you? Well I’d like to turn that around and say, “How can I help you to help yourself?

Well, I have produced an anxiety and depression treatment program, which captures the face-to-face therapy process that I have used with hundreds and hundreds of clients for many years, and allows you to apply it to yourself.

You will download many hours of audio recordings, workbooks and reference material that will redefine what anxiety is, how to interrupt it and it will change the way that you think, feel and behave.

After the first two hours most people say “oh, I get it.” – “I can see why this is happening” and this is the first big step to freedom, then, as you work through the program, you uncover the things that need to change within you that will lead you to more emotional calmness and happiness.

Important to mention here though – this is not a quick fix, or a magic cure. It’s not one of those let go of anxiety in an hour programs.

There are products downloadable from the internet that claim to help you retrain your brain to recalibrate the fear response which sometimes gets disrupted in a part of the brain called the amygdala – this is a useful tool, however, nothing else gets changed within the way the person thinks, behaves and interacts with life, and this tends to cause the anxiety to return, or morph to another trigger, for example; a fear of driving may change to a fear of flying.

So what makes this process unique is the fact that you are taken through a process that answers why you have the anxiety, helps you to remove the anxiety and then, importantly, teaches you how to understand yourself (and others) in new ways that develop a mentality which fosters calmness, confidence and self-respect in all situations.

It helps you to not only remove the anxiety, but also, to change the ways of thinking and acting in the world that generated the anxiety in the first place – now, this is really important to realise – because anxiety will often just come back unless you are responding to life in new ways.

I have spent many years developing this process (and I live by it too), I think it is important if you are doing this kind of work to go first –  It is very comprehensive, and it dissolves anxiety at the very root of the problem, (assuming that you apply yourself and follow all the steps.)

It is a sensible, intelligent and structured psychological journey that guides you, so you grow emotionally by understanding what is happening inside you, why it is happening and what you need to do about it.

That way, over the next few months, you actually change the way you think, the way you talk to yourself and importantly the way you act and emotionally respond to the people and the events of your life.

This means that, because you change on many profound levels you don’t have to worry or fear that the anxiety may come back – because you have changed the whole paradigm from which you live.

Now, anxiety is a broad subject, so it makes sense to be a little more specific about what it covers and who this product is suitable for……

So when I talk about anxiety, the spectrum covers GAD, which is Generalised Anxiety Disorder, it is like an all pervasive general fearfulness, it covers phobias, OCD, social anxiety, as well as, situational anxiety, for example, suddenly becoming fearful of flying or driving.

And so many of these types of anxiety seem to be under-pinned by other fears too, the fear of being judged, or the fear of failing, not being good enough, worthy enough clever, tall enough, pretty enough, chatty enough, or all those other “not good enough” stories in our minds.

And often, after months or years of living like this depression (or let’s call it a numbing of your other general emotions) becomes almost inevitable, with it comes elements of apathy and difficulties in making decisions, disturbed sleep and a disappointment in yourself and your achievements. As you follow the course, you’ll find that after a month or two this heaviness lifts and seeds of optimism and intention begin to form.

One very major part of this program is “teaching you how to silence your mind (or at least) to not necessarily believe all the stories that spin around in your mind?” All those worries, ruminations, fearful negative thoughts and stories.

Anxiety can affect anyone

In my experience, anxiety and depression can affect anyone, it doesn’t matter if you are strong, weak, male, female, the boss or the employee – there are no boundaries, although there are many observable patterns, such as:

  • The people are usually quite analytical, methodical and are usually quite intelligent; in fact those who are super intelligent often unknowingly trap themselves with more complexity!
  • The individual’s personality type plays a role – are they the thinking type or an intuitive person or do they make decisions based on feelings – each group has their own was of trapping themselves.
  • Often people experiencing anxiety are students in their early 20’s
  • 28 year olds (or thereabouts) are a common group to get anxious, if they don’t know what they want from life or if self-esteem from past issues are holding them back from relationships or deciding what careers to follow.
  • People in their early-thirties with a young families often become anxious.
  • Individuals in their mid-forties who are bored or stressed at work.
  • And then, folks in their mid-fifties or so, who feel there must be more to life than this.

They tell me that their emotions are numbed, good things don’t feel good and bad things don’t feel bad – the only real feelings they have are fearful overwhelming – and they tell me they don’t know who they are anymore or what they want.

They say that they feel tired, fatigued, mildly depressed, that they are snappy and have mood swings, they tell me that they have trouble with their memory, decreased libido and a lack of energy – they feel stuck and angry at themselves for not being able to shake it off.

They say that they can’t stop thinking about things – “what if this happens, what if that happens” – and they sometimes have trouble sleeping because of all the stories that spin around in their minds.

On top of the normal symptoms of anxiety like butterflies in the stomach, racing heart, shaking, sweating there are also a range of symptoms that feel unique to them (but they aren’t)

Things like:

  • Feeling detached from yourself or life – this is called disassociation and it can feel quite scary.
  • Having trouble seeing properly or focussing your eyes when stressed
  • Having trouble talking when feeling anxious
  • Feeling like you are actually having an heart attack when driving
  • Thinking that unless you do something a loved one will become ill or something bad will happen to them

I could keep this list going for half an hour or more – anxiety seems to unconsciously go for your strongest fear and tries to sabotage you with it

Then the worry about the anxiety – starts more anxiety – for example:

When a person has IBS like symptoms, perhaps, feeling bloated or needing to rush to the toilet – this makes them feel uncomfortable going out or socialising in case they can’t quickly get to a bathroom – and this adds another layer of worry on top of the initial anxiety.

And often they adopt very repetitive or irrational habits – these often annoy the people closest to them, (who incidentally) would love to help them, but just don’t know what to do! Well, I recommend that they should listen to this program too.

My downloadable program explains how and why all this is happening and what you need to do to take back control – – and because I don’t want you to waste your money, let me use some of my experience to paint a picture of the five main categories that anxious people generally fall into, and then you can decide if buying this product is right for you.

The five types of anxious person

The first category is; – normal, intelligent people who have suddenly developed irrational fears and anxieties that have seemed to come out of no-where: Fearful of driving on motorways or suddenly becoming super anxious when flying or at social gatherings, business meetings and general everyday things like this.

There are many manifestations of this “situational anxiety” – the good news is (if this is you) is that this group respond really well to this process.

And just an observation here, often the causes of the anxiety actually began 6 – 8 before the first anxiety attack, perhaps after some form of trauma, bereavement, relationship problem or major stress in a person’s life.

Now the second group of individuals – are, those who have learned to be anxious – perhaps they had anxious parents or an anxious partner, and they have unknowingly just made being anxious part of their life – they say things like “It’s just the way I am” – “I don’t like it but what can you do?”

For these individuals change is possible, however, they need to realise that they have a victim attitude to life and this needs to change – they need to recognise that they can influence their life and they can influence their attitudes in any given situation.

So, change for this group is very possible, but you have got to want to do it – and importantly, you’ve got to want to do it for yourself.

So, onto group 3. This is a little sensitive, but it’s got to be said – some people are professional victims, and no matter what you do, or what you say – they will have an excuse and they will tell you why “it won’t work for them.”

They tend to seek help only when driven to by others – like a partner threatening to leave or an employer forcing their hand, and typically they tend to (unconsciously) sabotage any attempts for help – so they can say “see, I tried and it didn’t work”

In my experience they get some form of secondary gain by having this victim mentality – perhaps, they don’t have to make decisions or go to work, or maybe they get extra attention from others, – either way, the unhappiness and hard work involved in remaining a victim certainly outweighs the benefits – they are just stuck in an out-of-date cycle.

If this sounds like you – I would suggest that you save your money. You can be helped, but it is often only once you have hit absolute rock bottom that you will listen or try new things.

Group 4 – This is any individual who is experiencing Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome, extreme psychosis and extreme bi-polar depression – I’m afraid this product is not really designed for you – although it helpful when used in-conjunction with face to face therapy.

And the last group are those experiencing the many forms of OCD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder – where you feel you need to repeat certain tasks and have a range of fearful thoughts and obsessive behaviours that trap and frustrate you.

A typical rule of thumb here is “for how long have you had it?” 15, 20 years or more, you are going to probably need to do some face to face therapy. If you are less than 20 years old or have only had it for 2 – 5 years then this course will certainly help – however, you will absolutely have to follow the course completely and lean into the fear a little, when you do that, good results are very possible.

That’s as honest an appraisal as I can give based on my experience – because I am keen to be realistic and objective as you move forward.

The course itself is designed for you to work through over a month or two — anxiety doesn’t just “turn off” but, as you change the rules, and apply the different ways of thinking and behaving that I describe, you’ll see that things gently fall into place.

Hopefully by now, you’ll have an idea if this is for you – so, my next step is to go into a little more detail about what’s involved – how it works, and to increase your confidence that this process will help you.

Now, when you boil anxiety down to its basic parts – it can be simply defined as – a problem of thinking too much! It is not a problem of how you feel. I know that sounds backwards and bizarre, however it’s true.

It is our thoughts that frighten us – and our emotional body responds to those scary stories running around in our mind and we get scary feelings which we want to retreat from.

However, most anxious people try to analyse their way out of their problems, so they worry more or think harder or explore other possible analytical solutions to their problem and this just fuels the cyclic conundrum they are in.

And this thoughts to feelings relationship is so easy to prove – if you have good thoughts, you have good feelings – scary thoughts, scary feelings, sexy thoughts, sexy feelings – and what goes on inside an anxious persons mind are typically anxious thoughts!

So, as we move forward we need to observe that the part of us that holds the key to reducing anxiety is stored in our unconscious mind, that’s why we might say “today I’ll be strong” and then when we get there – boom! our unconscious mind just hijacks us and floods us with emotional responses.

Therefore, if the anxiety problem is unconscious or sub-conscious, then no amount of conscious rational, analytical thinking is going to help – in fact, it actually makes things worse.

In the first part of my program I deeply and articulately explain this to you – through the use of biology, stories, metaphors and logic, I detail the inherent relationship between your conscious mind, your unconscious mind and your body. Or to put it another way, the complex strategies that happen between your biology, your physiology and your psychology.

Once you get this, once you can see the whole picture, most people say “oh!, I get it” – “I can see what’s happening here” – I can see how it operates – and at this point you are ready to play it at its own game, to neutralise it and slowly phase it out of your life.

At a most fundamental level we need to explore many other facets of who you are because anxiety is not the problem – anxiety is the symptom – I’ll say that again because it is so important – Anxiety is not the problem, it is the symptom – and as I prove this is true, you will then be able to identify and then work on the real sources of your anxiety (whatever that is for you)

Feeling anxious is a wake up call – don’t ignore it

Because, what we need to recognise is; that, when anxiety comes upon us, we need to listen – our body is clearly announcing through dark thoughts, emotional pain and many other physical signs that we are unhappy, that something is wrong – That it is not OK to just carry on the same way as before.

We shouldn’t deny and run away from these uncomfortable and depressive symptoms and although we feel like a prisoner to them, we also need to learn from them and take time to re-evaluate our lives, thoughts, actions and desires.

You can protest, moan, cry, give up or fight all you like, you can pretend it’s not happening; you can hide yourself in drinks, food or drugs, but deep down you know the time has come to pay attention and do something!

But what to do? – Well, that’s what this product is all about – helping you to locate and follow the pathway out – some of this path is logical and sensible; however, much of the path is hidden under the dense and sometimes irrational and confusing undergrowth of our unconscious mind and entrenched beliefs about who we are and what we can and can’t do.

Most people who experience anxiety are quite controlling types and they try to control everything, (some individuals are aware of this and others are quite oblivious, but their family know!)

At one level anxiety and depression are quite selfish emotional states of mind – take jealousy for example, what a person is unconsciously stating by their actions is “when that person does that thing it makes me feel anxious, therefore, I need to stop that person doing that thing so I will feel OK….” Or “I can’t go out because my anxiety will play up” so the family stay at home with you (because they don’t want you to feel bad.)

So, as your behaviour becomes more and more controlling, fearful and restrictive, two things happen, firstly, your ego begins to feel a little uncomfortable – because your ego feels stupid that you can’t speak up in a business meeting or feel uncomfortable in large groups of people – so it comes up with a good excuse that it feels a little more comfortable with – so it might say “well, I know it’s silly, however I have…. OCD, or anxiety, or IBS, or depression.

So now, even though you have this anxious behaviour you don’t want, and even though you have emotions that don’t serve you well – at least there is an excuse you can use, at least you are not mad! Obviously, this is one of the unhelpful strategies that need to be recognised and broken down – and how to do this is addressed in the program.

Your values and self-beliefs play a role too

As you proceed on this journey out of anxiety, there are two further facets of your life that need to be addressed, firstly: You need to hunt down and dissolve any out of date self-beliefs that you may hold at a conscious or unconscious level – beliefs like: I’m not good enough, I can’t do that, I’m not smart enough, clever enough, pretty enough, tall enough and all those other not good enough stories.

These were just implanted in your mind as you grew up – from your parents or school or just the events of your life, you could say from our domestication – generally they are not necessarily true, however, we have told ourselves so often that they are true that we believe them and unconsciously behave as if they are true.

And there are other harder spot beliefs that need to be explored, attitudes like “I can’t let them down” or “it has to be perfect” or “I have to be right”

I help you to break these down and inventory what is true and what is a legacy from the past.

I remember working with a man who told me “everybody thinks I’m stupid” you could say that, that was a belief – I asked him if his wife thought he was stupid and he said “no, not all the time” – what about your children, he said “no they think I am cool” – what about your best friend? “No, he’s OK with me” – and finally we broke it down to a former boss who had quite mercilessly bullied him for many years and had destroyed his self-confidence through that continual criticism. And the criticism did have some extra gravity because his Mother had used to call him stupid in front of his friends when he was younger.

We are not all the same

So, changing your beliefs is a large section of letting go of anxiety – we cover this in a lot of detail throughout the course. And this leads neatly into another aspect of understanding anxiety, which is, the recognition that we are all different, we all have differing personalities and differing needs. My brother is different to me, even though we have the same parents and the same education.

My brothers DNA leads him to have a certain personality type and my DNA leads me to have a different personality type – these needs, emotions and drivers are deeply engrained within us and are based on hundreds of thousands of years of evolution.

This DNA that drives our needs, often comes directly into conflict with our emotions – for example some people say “I would love to go that party but I know I’d get anxious” or “I would love to travel but I know can’t fly at the moment”

These previous two examples talk about “I’d love to” which is a DNA urge and “but I can’t because…” which is a belief.

The belief (which is learned during our younger years) is stopping the urge (which is DNA driven and real) the more your DNA desires are thwarted by your unhelpful self-beliefs the more unhappy you will be, and the more your unconscious will kick back with unwanted emotions – which are the language of the unconscious telling you that you need to do something more, you need connect with life more.

So, I hope this little overview gives you a new point of view, obviously I’m just scratching the surface here, but I wanted to give you a new understanding and set the scene for what you can expect when you buy this and begin to learn exactly what’s happening inside you.

Anxiety Treatment Download

I have tried to be open about the product, so you can get a feel for it, so you can feel comfortable about making the purchase.

And finally, I would like to set a few expectations with you – anxiety is fickle, it becomes deeply entrenched and does not respond well to logic, you will need to actively follow the course, you will need to make time to listen to the recordings, you will need to read the workbooks and other books that I recommend, you will need to learn and apply all the anxiety interrupts and ways of quietening your mind – and if you do, you will absolutely end up in a new place, where you have more emotional calmness, mental calmness and more choices in your life.

You will be able to see some of the self-beliefs that have been holding you back – and importantly, you will have addressed the things that you know need sorting out in your life.

It takes a month or two – to learn and grow, remember it’s not a race – it’s a journey of self-awareness – and, as such, will be a huge part of the rest of your life and will flow over into your relationships and work life.

I’ve put lots of information on the website, have a look through and when you are ready to take action – you can buy this tool and enjoy taking back control of your emotions. The prices are in US Dollars, however it all gets changed to your local currency at checkout and at that point the recordings are available for immediate download, so you can get started today.

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Either way, whatever you choose to do I wish you well – just make sure you do something.