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Stress#6 – Anti-Suggestions

Stress#6 – Anti-Suggestions

By on July 17, 2014

Anti-Suggestions are true statements meant to inform and hit your Inner Mind so hard that it refrains from giving into a doubt, a craving or whatever is holding you back. They can help you stop from giving into a craving for cookies, doubts about finishing your project or whatever is mentally attacking you. In this case we are directly telling your Inner Mind the consequences of not dealing with the stress. One consequence is that we keep the stress.

SAMPLE ANTI-SUGGESTIONS FOR STRESS

  • Keeping stress can give me a headache.
  • Keeping stress can lead to an eating binge.
  • Keeping stress means I may have trouble sleeping tonight.
  • Keeping stress can make me angry.

EXERCISE

Make a list of stress anti-suggestions for you. 3-4 should do it. Say them to yourself before a stressful activity, when you get stressed out  or whenever you want. Always follow them with a PEP talk.

  • Keeping stress can make me tense.
  • Keeping stress can make me yell at people.
  • Keeping stress can trigger cravings to eat.
  • Keeping stress can be painful.

Right after give yourself a PEP talk, for example.

  • I can turn stress into peace and strength.
  • I can finish this project on time.
  • I love finishing it on time.
  • My boss will be happy.

You have a choice to keep the stress or turn it into peace and strength. It may take time to do this. Learn and use these Stress Tools and you will be able to do it.

Garry Waligore Hypnotist  westcoasthypnosis.com  maxhappiness@att.net

Posted in: Stress

I was born and raised in the Detroit area. I am a veteran. I became a Hypnotist in 1983. Ormond McGill was a big influence on me. Quit smoking and weight loss are my biggest areas. Currently I am developing a self hypnosis gym workout and updating my audio tracks. My favorite TV show is ‘Smallville’ reruns. Girlfriend Molly, Dog Chloe, Cat Simon.

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