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Aug 10, 2020

If getting a handle on your anxiety seems to be taking forever, this episode of Woman Worriers is for you. Host Elizabeth Cush interviews Mahesh Grossman, a certified clinical hypnotherapist and author of The One-Minute Anxiety Solution.

Quotes:

“I didn’t even realize it was anxiety. It felt like procrastination at first.”
— Mahesh Grossman

“The basic rule of anxiety—which I call the Modern Cave Man Rule—is ‘Keep going and don’t let the anxiety stop you,’ because otherwise the brain thinks it’s winning and helping you to survive by giving you the anxiety”
— Mahesh Grossman

“The more places we go to inside ourselves, the more we have to offer clients.”
— Mahesh Grossman

“You don’t have to get rid of all the anxiety. You have to get rid of enough anxiety that you can keep going.”
— Mahesh Grossman

“Any time we flee from doing what we want to do, that’s a victory sign to the Cave Brain — so we really do have to move forward.”
— Mahesh Grossman

“We cut off a part of ourselves to be safe; the soul retrieval is a way of bringing it back.”
— Mahesh Grossman

“Sometimes you don’t need information. Sometimes you just need energy.”
— Mahesh Grossman

“It’s all OK. You always are exactly the way you’re supposed to be.”
— Mahesh Grossman

Show Notes:

Unraveling unresolved trauma and deep-rooted anxiety can be a lengthy process. Or it could be as gone in the time it takes to imagine…. If you want the answer, listen to this episode of the Woman Worriers podcast. Host Elizabeth Cush, LCPC, of Progression Counseling in Annapolis, Md., welcomes Mahesh Grossman, CCHT, of Berkeley Hypnosis, and author of The One-Minute Anxiety Solution, who talks about his own healing journey, insights into anxiety and trauma, and how his energy practices help clients release tension and anxiety quickly by using their imagination. He also shares some of his favorite visualization practices from his book—exercises that you can use yourself to start releasing pent-up energy from old trauma and anxiety to feel more comfortable and relaxed.

 

Listen and learn:

  • Ways you can experience anxiety without recognizing what it is
  • Why avoiding the things you’re anxious about can make your anxiety worse
  • Why a hypnotic trance is so relaxing
  • What the connection is between trauma, emotion, energy and the body
  • The 4 places in the body where energy most commonly gets blocked
  • What the Fire House Technique is, what it does and why you might want to use it to start your day
  • What happens in your brain when you use your imagination and why it helps lower your anxiety
  • How picturing a pencil can help you explore and release unresolved trauma—or just help you fall into a restful sleep
  • Why you don’t need to be able to picture anything when you are doing visualization exercises
  • What a soul retrieval is and when it can be most useful
  • What you can say to confront your parents about past hurts without actually confronting your parents—and why it doesn’t need to be scary
  • Why hypnosis can be so powerful
  • Where to find more visualization exercises for releasing trauma and tension

Learn More

> Mahesh Grossman’s Berkeley Hyponosis website

> The One Minute Anxiety Solution: 57 Ways to Lower Your Anxiety, Take Back Your Life & Get Back to Your Pre-Anxiety Self by Mahesh Grossman, CCHT

> One-Month Soul Makeover course  

> Joy In One Minute on Facebook

> Progression Counseling