Unlock the capacity within you.
Anxiety doesn’t need to control you.
Anxiety can take away one’s balance, create a sense of disharmony in self that leaves you feeling alone, unsure, and unsafe. In your relationship it can surface as a fear of being rejected or abandoned, a felt sense that you may be perceived by others as needy or worry about not being enough or unlovable. The severity at which one experiences anxiety can vary greatly. It can sound like a soft slow hum, or the intensity can move toward a fast frantic noise. As one experiences this, their capacity for optimal performance may be significantly impaired, further intensifying the negative emotional experience of anxiety. You have learned that you should supress, distract or move away from the anxiety but research shows us that tactics to move away from the anxiety increases the negative outcomes in the anxiety experience.
Anxiety often demands that we attend to potential dangers or attempts to prepare for distress or discomfort. It may try to get us to act or move away from the perceived threat. If you tune into your anxiety, can you identify what it is trying to move you toward or move you away from?
At liberated emotions we help people with anxiety by co-creating a space where you can:
• Understand your triggers.
• Familiarise yourself with the narratives about self, other and situation that may be crippling you.
• Learn to tune into your body and connect to the felt sense of the emotional experience.
• Track what you tend to do and its protective nature.
• Find liberation in your emotions that leads to space for choice and flexibility that you have been longing.
We show you how to safely get curious with the anxiety so that the anxiety becomes productive vs disruptive. By fostering the right relationship with your anxiety, you can find emancipation in self and your relationships.
Take a moment to tune into your anxiety by asking yourself these simple questions:
1. Does my anxiety bring my attention to self or other?
2. What do I do when I feel anxious?
3. Is my anxiety’s intensity relative to the situation I am in?
4. Is my anxiety limiting my ability to accomplish my goal?
5. Is my anxiety experience overwhelming or uncontrollable?
If you’re dealing with anxiety, you do not have to navigate it alone, we are here to help. Give us a call or connect with us through email and we can begin supporting you in your healing process.
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