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The "Alignment Formula" will guide you using the 3-steps for you to practice. So that you can Align your thoughts to produce the emotion you want instead of a panic attack. As you consciously use the blueprint over and over again, you will start to notice any anxiety.

The thoughts you think are telling your body to get ready to respond create the emotion of anxiety to get ready to run, fight, or freeze to survive.

However, that is not the outcome that you want. But, if you understand this process you can change it. You are telling yourself through your thoughts to create anxiety that will progress into anxiety/panic attacks unless it is interrupted and redirected to what you want as an outcome, like calm or confidence.

Believe it or not, you are creating the panic with your own thoughts by thinking of a worst-case scenario in your head from your thoughts about a situation that is bringing on the anxiety progression to a panic attack.

Everyone is saying a version of these: that the plane will crash if I fly and I will die or I will get embarrassed, my face will turn red and sweat at the presentation at work and people will laugh at me. Or if I go into a crowd, I will get trampled, a virus, or I can't get out quickly enough so that people don't see that I am having a panic attack.

The good news is: that if you create the worst-case scenario thoughts you can recreate them ( with practice) to produce calm and confidence by changing your thoughts which will change the emotional response, that these thoughts produce.

Crushing your Panic Course-Step 1

Video 1- Step 1- Believing that you can change your own thoughts by consciously noticing the thoughts that are starting the panic progression.

This 1st video will go through:

  • What are panic attacks and their symptoms?
  • Is an anxiety attack the same as a panic attack?
  • Will these symptoms kill me?
  • Why do you have them?
  • Where do they come from? and
  • Why do I have them at rest or while sleeping and what to do about them?

By the end of this video course, you will have your own personal anxiety story and anxiety process that progresses into a panic episode by using the accompanying 3-Step “Alignment Formula" workbook, which you can purchase separately, very helpful to chart your progression of anxiety and where and why you have them.

13 Possible symptoms of a panic or anxiety attack

  • Heart racing,
  • Hot, sweaty,
  • Breathing change,
  • Chest pressure,
  • Tingling or numbness in your hands or feet,
  • Dizzy, lightheaded,
  • Or have gone to the ER thinking you were having a heart attack and felt like you were going to die and they told you are having an anxiety attack?

Panic Disorder develops when panic attacks reoccur and are associated with situations that create fear, in crowded places, or flying in some of the most common places.

It may seem like a mystery that is unsolvable for clients who struggle to understand what is going on in their body and their mind for the cause of the anxiety attacks. As I explain to clients, our brains and body are so well-designed for us to survive. Even as we sleep, we are processing data from the day organizing it, and storing it away to use later to predict safety to survive.

Panic attacks can also happen from a trigger (smell, seeing a type of person, the color of a car, loud noise ) that triggers a memory of a traumatic trauma experience that happened previously in your life that can create post-traumatic stress disorder, PTSD. If you have these more severe symptoms you will need to speak to a professional, this is beyond the abilities of this course.

Knowing that avoidance is the key defense in a child, they can get very agitated or angry. Step 1 of the “Alignment Formula" is to consciously start to notice your worst-case scenario when thinking about a situation. What is scaring you so much?

Learn why you have panic attacks by Retracing your thoughts to find when you first started feeling the anxiety that led to panic symptoms and the thoughts associated with them that triggered the panic. >>Get the accompanying workbook <

Disclaimer: This is by no means a replacement for medical attention or therapy.

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