6 Steps To Manage High Blood Pressure With Self Hypnosis For A Slow But Steady Recovery!

When was the last time you took the time to just sit back, and relax? Relaxed in a fashion that left you no scope of thinking about your electricity bills, your kids’ education, your house loan, your work…when was the last time you thought about nothing but yourself, and enjoyed the serenity that relaxation of the mind and body should offer?

Truth is, you can’t remember a single moment spent in blissful peace and look where that has led you…to health issues, to problems like high blood pressure….problems that only add to your source of stress.

The fact is, and science has proved it time and again, that the human body can only go so far without breaks from stress, depression, and the whole nine yards. The mind and the body both need rest in order to be able to bypass health issues like hypertension.

But the sad fact of life is that even when you are relaxing, there is a lot going on inside your head and as a result, neither your mind nor your body is getting what it needs the most – a restful break.

What stands in the way?

Your subconscious, your unconscious mind that cannot really rest, that cannot allow you to recuperate in the truest terms of the word. But self hypnosis can deal with this unconscious block that impedes rest and recuperation.

What can self hypnosis give you that will help with hypertension?

Self hypnosis goes to the root of the problem, the unconscious mind and stops it from getting in the way by changing your perspective. You genuinely begin to crave and enjoy relaxation so that your blood pressure returns to normal, and your mind receives solace from the cares of the world.

How can you take the help of self hypnosis – what must you do to make it successful?

Follow the steps delineated below to make the most of self hypnosis in tackling hypertension.

Step 1: is to induce self hypnosis. Unless you begin the journey inward, your ‘treatment’ will not start. You can take the help of Manage your Blood Pressure — Self Hypnosis CD / MP3 Download, and other such aids and instruments of self hypnosis to initiate the process.

Step 2: sit in a chair that is comfortable and in a corner where you are least likely to be disturbed. Imagine your chair is a creation meant just for you; take in the color, mould and shape of the chair. All of it is meant for YOU, and as you relax in this special place meant for you and you alone, you can let go and relax. As you relax, you reach deeper into your consciousness, where your body is perfectly rested and your mind is active but not crowded with worries.

Step 3: imagine that you are seated in a white spacious room, where the surrounding is white and pristine, pure. Embrace this purity and as your receptivity increases, infuse yourself with peace and fulfillment. Slowly and surely you enter into a deeper state of relaxation where you can be focused without being overwhelmed by the ‘mindless chatter’ that tends to fill your mind when you relax normally.

Step 4: recall the time when you were fit and free of hypertension, when you were truly healthy in mind body and spirit. Fill your mind with the details of that time, the colors, the sights and sounds of that time, those days. The more concrete your mental image, the better.

Step 5: Envision blood flowing through your body healthily, reaching all your organs optimally, and imagine yourself as a part of this flow. You and your blood circulate in perfect harmony. You will notice the warmth that infuses you at this moment.

Step 6: affirm to yourself that due to each of these sessions, your health is going back to its days of optimal functioning. Believe from within that your blood is flowing naturally and healthily. You must believe that with each session of self hypnosis, you are overcoming the problem of hypertension or high blood pressure.

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When it comes to your health, the unconscious mind often poses an impediment to recuperation and cure. But with self hypnosis, you can get to the root of your unconscious to ensure that you can return to the state of normal blood pressure.

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