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Drawing on over two decades of experience as a city analyst, I've shifted my focus towards a profoundly different kind of challenge—your mental well-being.

At Bohangar City Practice, which I founded, I harness rigorous analytical skills to navigate and enhance the mental health landscape of our clients.

Our mission is to delve into each individual's unique experiences, offering clarity, empowerment, and a personalised path to mental resilience.

Strategies for Breaking Cycles of Paralysis

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We all experience moments of fear, anxiety, and paralysis in our lives. Whether it’s a fear of failure, a fear of the unknown, or a fear of taking risks, these feelings can be debilitating and can prevent us from achieving our goals. Fortunately, there are strategies we can use to break cycles of paralysis and move forward with our lives.

Overcoming Fear

The first step in overcoming fear is to recognize it. Fear is a natural emotion and it’s important to acknowledge it and understand why it’s there. Once you understand the source of your fear, you can begin to take steps to address it.

One way to do this is to challenge your fear. Ask yourself questions such as “What is the worst that could happen?” and “What is the best that could happen?” This will help you to gain perspective and to see that the fear is not as overwhelming as it may seem.

Another way to overcome fear is to focus on the present moment. Fear often arises from worrying about the future or dwelling on the past. By focusing on the present moment, you can gain clarity and perspective and be better able to make decisions.

Developing Positive Habits

Developing positive habits is another way to break cycles of paralysis. Habits such as regular exercise, healthy eating, and getting enough sleep can help to reduce stress and anxiety and can help to create a sense of well-being.

It’s also important to develop positive thinking habits. This means challenging negative thoughts and replacing them with positive ones. For example, if you’re feeling anxious about a situation, try to focus on the positive aspects of it.

Self-Motivation

Self-motivation is key to breaking cycles of paralysis. It’s important to set goals and to have a plan for achieving them. This will help to keep you focused and motivated.

It’s also important to reward yourself for achieving your goals. This will help to reinforce positive behaviour and will help to keep you motivated.

Mental Resilience

Mental resilience is also important for breaking cycles of paralysis. This means developing the ability to cope with difficult situations and bounce back from setbacks.

One way to do this is to practice mindfulness. This means being aware of your thoughts and feelings and accepting them without judgment. This will help to reduce stress and anxiety and will help to create a sense of inner peace.

Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy

Cognitive behavioural hypnotherapy is another way to break cycles of paralysis. This type of therapy helps to identify and challenge negative thought patterns and behaviours and to replace them with positive ones.

It also helps to reduce stress and anxiety and to create a sense of well-being. This type of therapy can be very effective in helping to break cycles of paralysis and move forward with your life.

Breaking cycles of paralysis can be difficult, but it is possible. By recognizing fear, developing positive habits, practicing self-motivation, developing mental resilience, and seeking professional help, you can break cycles of paralysis and move forward with your life.

Disclaimer, Please Read: The information provided in this article is for illustrative and informational purposes only. It does not establish a therapist-patient relationship. For medical issues or emergencies, always consult with a licensed medical professional. For non-clinical challenges related to stress, anxiety, and other emotional or behavioural concerns, considering a consultation with a therapist may be beneficial. Bohangar City Practice is a registered Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy practice, specialising in combining cognitive behavioural techniques with hypnosis to address various challenges and promote well-being. Any questions, please do reach out

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MULTI-MODAL THERAPY: Cognitive, Behavioural, Hypnotherapy, Mindfulness, etc.

THERAPIST: Former City Analyst, City of London, Singapore, Zurich, and Frankfurt. 

If you are seeking Therapy please reach out for an initial free consultation call. Bohangar Hypnotherapy Practice. Hope you enjoy this blog post, would love to hear your comments  

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