May 11, 2020
To be able to control well-being, you need such ingredients as "future" and "certainty"! Knowing what will happen next or knowing how you might react to the future reflects the illusion of control and security, which is a syndrome called “feeling good in my comfort zone”. The antonym is the notion of "uncertain" and "present", which is likely to lead towards a future (the unconscious, unlike the conscious, has no notion of time), also confused, which gives a certain insecurity or loss of control. These two notions are directly and deeply linked to each other, as a result from this connection behavior or illusion of control takes precedence over the certainty of loss of control, which means that fear is blurred, masked. All of this is unconsciously very well understood, assimilated and used by the individual, by societies and by governments!
Concretely, the evidence is present in the facts in connection with the virus: different governments gave the illusion of being in control and were guaranteeing a stable future and now we can understand that this was not the case. This evidence reveals the fear masked by the illusion, this fear, cascading, passes to society by increasing with the help of mass media and then to the individual who makes him show his own masked fears inside his comfort zone. The current example of fear in the individual is that the comfort zone, which as I said above, is also an illusion of having control or security is transformed into an understanding that it is no longer the case and this evidence releases fears through the mechanisms specific to each individual.
The comfort zone is simply a habit formed by many years of repetitive actions, reflections, emotions of the daily routine; getting up in the morning with all the ceremonies, doing repetitive way round home-work journeys, rituals at work, colleagues, social life, feelings and emotions shared from the past will come back tomorrow like the work-home journey and the rewards of the evening rite and the night. A short forced or voluntary exit from a comfort zone, brings us into the development zone which is beneficial through learning, adaptation and other mechanisms by increasing self-esteem and positive attitude, encouraging the achievement of self, pushing the limits and much more. Otherwise, a long exit from a comfort zone brings both mental and physical (psychosomatic) stress while overstimulating and without giving rest or time to assimilate the experience, which is not beneficial neither in the learning zone nor after, there is this return to a comfort zone.
A habit is formed within 21 days and settles in in 40 days. The containment, exit from the comfort zone and prolonged fear like we are facing now, have taken control to create new habits and installed unconscious programs to control with certainty the individual and the society of the future who will have to face the economic ravages and viral social posts!
Fear is normal, it’s an innate survival mechanism! When the fear or anxiety becomes too great, too strong and blocks development or prevents good feelings, the unconscious seeks to restore the feeling of happiness, but if nothing is undertaken then unconscious programs are launched. These can be expressed by excessive consumption of food, alcohol or insomnia ... If despite these manifestations, nothing changes then psychosomatic problems appear, which was observed during the 2008 crisis.
My sessions effectively deal with anxiety, fear, stress, uncertainty and bad habits by removing the symptoms and transforming the attitude towards the initiators of negative feelings!
With the help of hypnotherapy new previously hidden resources are being opened up for a positive and clear perception of reality, self-confidence and belief in your own capabilities, logic of thinking and analysis of the situation, energy to achieve your goals!
May 11, 2020