The important words here: abnormal and irrational, although, if you suffer from a phobia, it may not seem that way when those waves of terror start to roll in.
Too many people suffer in silence, already resigned to a lifetime of emotional misery. Others may devise complex coping or avoidance measures. This sometimes works, short term.
Less well known is Emotional Freedom Technique, a sure fire way to consign phobias to the trash, to make them a thing of the past.
Max Gordon is one the UK’s leading experts in Emotional Freedom Therapy, a simple approach to dissolving phobias.
An easily learned process which allows anyone to initially control then abolish their phobia.
Humans are born with two instinctive fears: Loud noises and of being dropped (falling).
Everything else we learn or pick up from friends, family or experiences.
No-one really knows why a person may have say an irrational fear of spiders, a fear of flying, open water… the list, it seems, is endless. What we know is that to a phobia sufferer, this danger is very real. Often, it can be quite overwhelming.
Once you understand why your body reacts to your phobia you can use this amazing tool (EFT) to collapse the panic attack associated with the phobia. Once applied, the phobia is gone, gone for good.
There’s no need for repetitive and costly visits to a counsellor for months on end.
You simply learn the technique and YOU take control.
Max Gordon’s clients describe Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) as life affirming, as though they’d hit the reset button returning their subconscious to a ‘phobia free state’.
EFT is non-invasive and does not involve drugs or needs. Thanks to the miracle that is Skype, sessions can even be conducted over the internet.
Contact Max Gordon MET, the EFT practitioner on t. 07557 673360 or 01383 732757
Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) has been proven clinically effective (over 80%) for Trauma, Abuse, Stress, Anxiety, Fears, Phobias, Depression, Grief, Addictive Cravings, Children’s Issues and hundreds of physical symptoms including headaches, body pains and breathing difficulties.