Do you want to take control of your life and eliminate your anxieties and phobias in an effective way? Then this may be the most important message you ever read. I can help you clear up adrenaline build up, the fear of embarrassment, panic attacks, anxiety and stress.
#1 During your session with me, you will experience my breakthrough system called Phobia Free which is designed to transform your mindset into that of a confident, phobia-free person.
#2 I want you to experience first hand the personal satisfaction you’ve always wanted, regardless of the situation… just like the countless people who have already gone through my Phobia Free session!
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Are you fed up with irrational fears ruling your life? Do you dread that horrible build up into a panic attack while you sit, virtually paralysed, unsure how to respond?
Do you suffer from any of the following:
- heart palpitations
- chest discomfort
- dizzy spells
- choking and closed throat
- hot and cold flashes
- feelings of unreality and disorientation
- panic attacks
- light headedness
Are you filled with needless worry, fear, and nervousness?
Have you tried everything and don’t know who to turn to?
My name is Dominic Knight. You may have seen me on TV helping 74 people overcome their fear of flying inside of 45 minutes. Or maybe you’ve read about me in magazines and newspapers like The Times, Men’s Health, and USA Today. You might have also read the US book I co-authored, called Pushing to the Front.
What you need to know is how I can help you. I’ve taught thousands of people in 67 countries around the world, people just like you, how to eliminate phobias and anxiety. In the last 10 years, I’ve developed and refined my method for eliminating fear and I will reveal everything to you in my newest programme, aptly named Phobia Free. Your session is designed to help you learn how to feel comfortable and confident, regardless of how long you have suffered from your phobia and anxiety.
This is How Your Mind Created Your Phobia
Nobel Prize winner Professor Gerald Edelman has spent thirty years researching how the brain functions. He concludes that our more than 10 billion brain and nerve cells arrange themselves into groups in order to form “maps” that respond to our experiences.
During the creation of a phobia, we experience a particular situation or trigger (for example, a large audience). This produces a strong physical response (sweaty palms, fast breathing, panic, increased heart rate, and more). Because of the intensity of this response, the brain learns quickly, and the response is hard coded into our cells. Thereafter, each time the person is presented with the same stimulus, their brain reacts automatically and the same set of symptoms return, reinforcing the intense response.
In simple terms. our brain is like the most advanced and sophisticated computer in the world. Computers use programs—like a spreadsheet uses formulas and calculations—to perform repetitive tasks. Our brains repeat the formulas they’ve learned through our experiences as though they’ve been coded with internal programs. The difference between our minds and a computer, however, is that we learn, causing those internal programs to adapt and grow. The more intense the learning, the faster the adaptation.
For example, when we learn to drive a car, it is stored as a set of programs in our brain. When driving, you don’t consider every move you make. You don’t have to think much about it; you just drive. Your brain has coded the necessary information and signals your body to react appropriately. But if you nearly get in an accident, you quickly learn more caution around that specific driving situation.
Even the small things we take for granted—brushing our teeth, getting dressed, speaking, or walking—are a set of programs run by our subconscious. Luckily for us, these programs perform in the background because we learned them when we were children. Imagine how chaotic our lives would be if every time we were faced with an easy task, like taking the next step, we had to concentrate to complete it.
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