Hypnosis therapy for dog phobia
The year 2018 is coincidentally the year of the dog. In accordance with the Chinese new year, the celebration is ought to mark the human-dog relationship over the years. The dog year comes after a 12 year cycle. Humans anticipate this dog year because it brings good luck and fortune to the world, exceptions are humans who are battling with dog phobia. This makes for the perfect time to overcome your dog phobia and join the celebrations.
Dogs are generally accepted as a friendly and mutual pet - which shares quite some bond with its owners or breeders. They are mostly conceived to be a very loyal kind of pet, and they can be trusted at every point in time, an attribute associated with Tibetan Mastiff. The Chinese dog year is borne out of this wonderful co-existence between man and dog.
The dog-human relationship has been in great stead for quite a while now, and this relationship has really brought about a lot of positivity for the parties involved. They are trainable and teachable and this is evident in the Sha pie - this is the parts I love about dogs and am sure I am not alone in this wonderful euphoria of the love of dogs.
As rosy and cozy as the human-dog relationship is, taking Chow Chow into account, there are still people like you who are so frightened at sighting a dog - it doesn't matter the size or the race. This article is a way to get you equipped in order to abolish this unnecessary dog phobia. The Chinese new year (which will commence on February 16th) is a great year because it is believed to be a dog year.
It is understandable that the phobia might arise from some sort of ugly incidence you might have witnessed while growing (relating to dog attack). We want to help you eliminate this phobia so it doesn't become a trait that would be passed down to your coming generations.
Hypnosis is a sure therapy that can truly give you an edge in fighting dog phobia. With powerful techniques aimed at helping you to balance the emotions and feelings accrued over the years. This technique is very vital and its success rate is overwhelming in all cases. The celebrating galore of the dog year would be a great factor to end your dog phobia.
There are lots of techniques though, the effectiveness of the techniques is dependent on the one you are comfortable with. But realistically, the most popular one is the ‘phobia cure’ which has a very big success rate over the years. The main point is to walk with you through the phobia elimination process to make it a success.
One of the important results of a hypnosis approach to curing dog phobia is the balanced reaction you get when you come in contact with a dog. Instead of the incite and perplexed reaction that sprouts out from your mind, you would be equipped with a balanced frame of mind to embrace the human-dog relationship.
Getting over the dog phobia in the hypnosis way doesn't waste your time and exhaust you. A minimum of a one-hour session is cool, and maximum of three one-hour session would completely eradicate your phobia for dogs. These are tested and trusted sessions with people who have had a severe dog phobia and it works pretty well. You can bank on it!
At this point, you must be getting your mind prepared to face the dog phobia head-on. Yeah! That's the fundamental ingredient to cure dog phobia using the hypnosis therapy.
Get into a one-to-one conversation with a professional hypnosis dog phobia therapist, and discuss what technique is the best suited for your personality in this lovely dog year. Don't miss the fun filled celebration.
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About Biodun Ogunyemi
Biodun Ogunyemi is the founder of Optimind, one of the leading hypnotherapy practices within the UK. He has practised on Harley Street and is an experienced hypnotherapist, trained to the highest level in advanced hypnotherapy and NLP and is the author of over 180 hypnosis products.… Read more
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