Blushing is to the sufferer a really uncomfortable affliction. It’s irritating, frustrating and embarrassing. It would also seem that there is little one can do about it. It just happens. The more you think about it the more it happens. The more you don’t want it to happen the more it happens. Blushing can feel like a permanent plague that gets in the way of your enjoyment of life.
Contrary to what many people might think, blushing doesn’t just happen to people who are uncomfortable, anxious or insecure. It can also happen to a person even when they are usually quite comfortable in their own skin and relatively confident as well. You can feel perfectly comfortable and then suddenly you can feel the heat rising upwards from neck to face. Like I say, blushing is such a frustrating affliction.
The question is what can be done about it? What can you do to help yourself to stop blushing? I have an interesting experiment for you here that you might like to try. The result will provide insight into what needs to be done to cure blushing once and for all.
I would like you to try as hard as you can to blush. Really, really try to blush. Do your very best to blush.
What happened? I would wager a pretty hefty bet that you couldnt make yourself blush! Doesn’t that strike you as strange?
Blushing happens all of its own accord, without conscious thought. It happens when you don’t want it to happen. But no matter how hard you focus your conscious attention and try to blush you just cannot make it happen.
What does this tell us? It simply proves to us something that we actually probably already knew buy paid little attention to. The fact is that blushing is an unconscious action. It is a subconscious behavior pattern, triggered by that inner part of your mind. It is also outside the control of your conscious mind. Your conscious mind can neither trigger a blush nor prevent a blush.
Taking this thread of information forwards and linking to the next logical conclusion we must appreciate that if a person wants to stop blushing then he or she has to find a way to access that subconscious behavior pattern. Not many people think about hypnosis as a treatment for blushing but it is in fact highly effective. This is because hypnosis provides an easy gateway to the subconscious mind.
Hypnosis is a natural state of mind. It is the state between wake and sleep. In this “dreamlike” state you access your subconscious mind. Thus with hypnosis you can discover what triggers the automatic blushing pattern and also change your response to those triggers. Hypnosis is easy to use. You can do so simply by listening to a hypnosis mp3 download.
Roseanna Leaton, specialist in hypnosis downloads for health, happiness and well-being, including specific help to stop blushing.
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