We all have anxious thoughts and feelings but at times, they can take control of your life and cause unnecessary suffering. There’s a way out of the mind traps and it’s a lot easier than you thought!
In this interview with Dr. Scott Symington, we discuss techniques and easy methods you can use every day to find the freedom from anxious thoughts and feelings you deserve.
Freedom from Anxious Thoughts and Feelings
I’m a huge fan of the movie DUNE which was made back in 1984. There’s a quote that is very profound and worth remembering, it still affects me to this day.
“I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain.”
I often think of those words when I’m having anxious thoughts and feelings. Fear is the mind-killer. It can eat away at your positive thoughts like a school of piranha. It’s so important to get your inspiration from never give up quotes and try and stay positive.
It all became so clear that’s there’s a way out and it’s a lot easier than I could have imagined. After reading Dr. Scott Symington’s book, Freedom from Anxious Thoughts and Feelings: A Two-Step Mindfulness Approach for Moving Beyond Fear and Worry.
Watch The Skype Interview With Dr. Scott Symington Below:
Do you ever get stuck on distressing thoughts that continuously loop through your mind? They play like an endless loop in our heads. How am I going to get all this work done? What if I can’t sleep tonight? I wonder if the boss is mad at me?
Most of us, at one time or another, experience these anxious preoccupations where our minds can’t let go of a perceived threat. We may recognize that our thinking isn’t helpful.
Dr. Symington has a simple methodology called the Two-Screen Method that is easy to learn and practice.
My anxiety attacks started when I was about eleven years old. At the time, no one knew what they were or what was causing them. Luckily, in my early twenties, I discovered a technique called biofeedback and found relief from panic attacks, but that didn’t stop the influx of anxious thoughts and feelings that accompanied them.
If we don’t get a handle on our anxious thoughts and feeling it can potentially lead directly into a full-blown anxiety attack. I know many folks suffering from burnout and exhaustion because of these types of thoughts too.
Dr. Symington says anxious thoughts and feelings are treatable, so we can break free from worries and anxious feelings. By using a new, breakthrough approach called the Two-Screen Method, you can find the freedom you’ve been seeking and deserve!
In his book, Freedom from Anxious Thoughts and Feelings you can find the specific mental and emotional steps that defuse the painful thoughts and feelings constricting your life.
Remember, always check with your doctor and make sure you are getting medical treatment for any mental or physical condition.
I find using the Two Screen Method described in detail in Dr. Symington’s book, is easy to use and once you start visualizing, your mind will use it more readily every day. Discovering this technique is a blessing. I practice it daily and it’s a great comfort and diminished my anxious thoughts and feelings in ways I never thought possible. I hope you get to read it too.
It’s literally been life-changing for me, and I know everyone can benefit from it too and finally stop the anxious thoughts and feelings that prevent you from finding the freedom you want.
If you have any questions or need to contact Dr. Scott Symington, be sure to visit is website.
Don’t forget to read Mind Easing – The 3 Layered Healing Plan For Anxiety & Depression too!
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