Rob was eight years old when he first experienced anxiety attacks. It begins with a feeling of fainting, hyperventilating, and develops panic. Rob receives an answer to his question and he feels relieved and calmer. Below are the biological, psychological explanations of anxiety attacks, usefulness and video to resolve anxiety.
Rob was bloodied the entire evening of the lecture. Very bravely, he had asked his question at the beginning of the evening about his anxiety-panic attacks. After 10 p.m., he was already thinking “Yes, I won’t make it. That’s when his question came up. Rob was eight years old when he first experienced anxiety-panic attacks. During this period, he was bullied. His father sat at home with road fear and no longer came out. And his sister had run away from home with wrong friends. A terrible period. Now Rob is 35 years old. Since this year, the anxiety-panic attacks have returned. It begins with a feeling of fainting and hyperventilating. This creates an anxiety-panic attack.
According to biology, anxiety-panic attacks peak in the recovery phase. After you have come to a solution, you engage in biological recovery. Peace will arise in your life.
- Fainting can happen in the recovery peak of a separation conflict.
- Hyperventilation occurs in the peak during the release of fears.
- Anxiety-panic attacks occur at the peak of the recovery phase.
You repeat emotionally what you experienced during your conflict entry. You live through your emotional stress to release it for good. This is the workings of your biology, a physical law.
Way to go!
How nice it would be if everyone said, “Rob you are doing well! You’re in the recovery phase. Good for you, let all that panic go. Congratulations, you’re letting go of old stress all at once now.’
You can say this if you understand biology. During the HeartConnection Training you will learn about the workings of your biology, psyche, survival and subconscious.
It’s between your ears
But what does Rob get to hear from his psychologist? ‘It’s between your ears. You have to pretend it’s not there. You have to deny your fear and panic.’ Rob gets the feeling as if something is terribly wrong with him. His anxiety and panic only increases as a result.
There is nothing wrong with Rob
During the lecture, Rob learns that there is nothing wrong with him. He is explained his biological process. He understands that he is repeating his father’s example; this has become programmed into his subconscious. Time to de-program. After fifteen minutes, Rob felt relieved and calmer. To gain even more understanding of his process, he and his wife are going to take the HeartConnection Training.
In this video, 6 questions are answered LIVE during Training HeartConnection including Connecting-Melting-Letting go of fear attacks.
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