Positive Visualisation using NLP.

This technique is great for dealing with anticipated anxiety, so if you’re worrying about something ie. Exams, driving test, interview, or even a performance related anxiety (could be sexual intercourse associated to under performance) and you have perfected this technique then this will help remove the negative feelings. Remember practice makes perfect. This particular technique has helped so many of my clients over the years. Find a quiet room and sit comfortably and close your eyes. Steady your breathing and relax your body as much as you can for a minute or two; maybe listen to some relaxing music. Now create, in your mind’s eye, an image of you just at the moment of having to deal with something that makes you feel anxious. It must be as vivid and sharp as you can make it, filling your whole vision, the colours bright and alive, with you looking just as uncomfortable as you can possibly imagine. Make it seem like an enormous colour slide being projected in your mind, and include anything that will make it more lifelike; other people around you, their expressions, the scenery, sounds, smell, touch. – Anything. When you’ve got that picture vivid enough that it actually makes you squirm, then you’ve got it right. We’ll call that picture the ‘moment of anxiety’. The moment of anxiety could be, perhaps, (driving test or something else, or your particular problem) sitting in the car; looking very anxious, perhaps having trouble with your seat belt, the examiner looking really stern. The feeling of ‘nerves’ could be included in there too. Giving it a name makes it easy...