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Social Anxiety - Session 6 of 12

Part A – Hypnotherapy session

This session is all about your self-image.

Your self-image is how you see yourself. It is a very important concept. Your self-image is a combination of all your beliefs, values, thoughts, and memories. You will rarely consistently act in a way which contradicts your self-image, or how you see yourself. The problem is, when part of your self-image is negative and destructive, it leads to negative feelings and actions, and keeps you trapped in a vicious cycle.

Your self-image can change, and it does change. For example, how you see yourself now is probably different to how you saw yourself 15 years ago. There may be some similarities, but probably there are also differences. And you can change your self-image if you want to. And as with most things worth doing, it does take time and effort, but you can do it.

In some ways your self-image is like the unconscious part of you. It is not something you consciously think about. It is just there. But you notice the power of your self-image when you consciously try to change something in your life, but at some level this new change conflicts with your self-image, or how you see yourself. Perhaps you can do this new change for a while, but if there is a true conflict with your self-image, then at some point, you will just revert back to how you were before.

So the secret is to change your self-image first. It makes other changes in your life much easier and permanent.

This hypnotherapy session is a tool to help you change your self-image for the better. And by doing this, it will allow you to overcome your social anxiety permanently.

Part B - Tapping

Remember to use the tapping sequences. It is important! It can be very effective. And produce quick and permanent results in a different way to the above hypnotherapy session.

To get the best out of it, use the tapping sequences whenever you feel some sort of emotional discomfort, and on a regularly basis, like 3 times a day. It only takes a few minutes. And the benefits, particularly over time, are potentially huge. So start tapping now!

And as a reminder; the tapping sequences are derived from Thought Field Therapy TFT and Emotional Freedom Technique EFT.

Click here for the tapping sequences.

If you like this session, please share it with someone else who may also benefit from it. Thank you.

Take care,


Dr Paul Ogilvie
Dr Paul Ogilvie