Public Speaking with Ease
Hypnotherapy Audio Recording by Tracy Thompson –36 minutes 03 seconds
It is often said that the most common fear that people have is the fear of public speaking. It usually happens because of some remembered event where perhaps you were laughed at, or unable to speak due to body syndromes like heavy perspiration, dry throat, sweaty palms, stuttering, butterflies in the stomach, shakiness and the list goes on and on.
In this self-hypnosis download for public speaking it addresses the past remembered fears that you may have experienced teaches you to forget all about them and instead replacing those thoughts with all your successes in life. By going back to those successful memories instead it helps you to get back your confidence once again. Other helpful suggestions are given to help you learn how to get into the ‘zone’ and become more focused by finding a point of interest in the room and learning to keep your thoughts more balanced and harmonized. The result is being able to speak publicly with confidence and ease!
For best results it is recommended that you listen to this recording often and while reclining in a chair or lying down in an upright position in a bed where you have full body and head support. Be sure to keep your body in an open position and refrain from crossing your arms and legs while listening to this and any hypnotherapy recording. And it also recommended that you find a place where you will not be disturbed by any outside noises or distractions such as pets, children, TV, phones, internet. Wearing noise cancelling headphones are also recommended if possible.
Suggestions, metaphors, and some of the wordings that were used in some of these hypnotherapy scripts for recordings have been taken from the following sources: ‘Handbook of Hypnotic Suggestions and Metaphors’ by D. Corydon Hammond, Ph.D.; ‘Seventy Proven Hypnosis Scripts’ by Robert Hughes, BCH; ‘Great Escapes by Del Hunter Morrill, M.S., N.B.C.H.
CAUTION: Do not listen to this audio recording while driving a vehicle or operating any type of mechanical equipment. This is not a replacement for any type of medical advice.