TAGP 46: 3 Powerful Techniques To Eliminate Your Fears

January 9, 2017

FEAR – Forget Everything And Run or Face Everything And Rise

Morning anxiety was a debilitating cycle in my life, and for so many other anxiety sufferers worldwide. It was almost like when I started my day right, had a good deep sleep, and woke up with a decent mindset towards the day things were good. But when the day started off with fear (which was most of the time) it was tough to get inspired.

Until I Realized That Fear Was Just False Evidence Appearing Real In My Mind, I Was Just Masking My problems

Through the process of becoming a CBT and NLP practitioner I recognized some very powerful techniques. Techniques that worked for many people worldwide, and ones I never heard of before. The beauty of these 3 powerful techniques to eliminate your fears is that they speak directly to your unconscious mind. The part of you that is trying to do everything it can to keep you sheltered and safe.

We Need To Train That Part Of Us That Is Trying To Get Our Attention Through The Feelings We Feel Daily

I put these powerful techniques into action, and saw drastic changes. I began using them in my 1 on 1’s with people suffering from health anxiety, and relief was right around the corner. Now I want to share them with the loyal listeners of the anxiety guy podcast, and get you to once again become fearless and in control of your mind and body.

In Episode #46 Of The Anxiety Guy Podcast We’re Diving Deep Into:

  • How the two sides of your mind are in conflict, and what you must do to guide them
  • Why visualization could hold the key to eliminate your fears
  • How you can bring these powerful techniques with you no matter what situation causes fear and tension

Download this episode and share this with others who are in need of a helping hand through health anxiety.


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6 comments on “TAGP 46: 3 Powerful Techniques To Eliminate Your Fears

  1. Michelle Taylor Jan 11, 2017

    Ur so helpful Dennis it’s nice to see a real person that has gone threw Anixtey an is standing strong I love listening to ur videos an ur prodcast…Dennis can Seaver Anixtey and panic attacks be controlled with out medication an how did u deal with the side effects when u were or if u r on them thanks again ur amazing

    • Most definitely they can be controlled without medication which is close to the opposite to what we hear from many so called professionals today. As many anxiety sufferers are there are in today’s world, and the growing numbers, there are people like myself who go from debilitating anxiety to complete freedom. Of course every GAD sufferer has there own experiences between the ages of 0 and 7 when they were the most programmable. But many of those experiences become core beliefs as adults, but no one recognizes this or wants to deal with it. Instead we’re told that medication is the way. I believe that of course there is a time and place for it, but that’s as far as I would go in the subject. The nice thing about eastern medicine is there are no side effects to the solutions. Also coming off these meds can open up a whole new batch of issues that weren’t there in the first place. Remember there’s no medication in the world that can overcome fear, but it can help in temporary relief.

  2. Jennifer Edwards Jan 20, 2017

    What if I can’t come up with a time I felt excellent?

    • Imagine it having already happened. What would it have been like. Three things we need to create change; imagination, mastery over our psychology, and physiology.

  3. Zahida Stanley Nov 28, 2018

    Hi Dennis I am Zahida a 45 year old South African female.I have searched the internet for help and thank God i found you.I am not even sure what type of anxiety i have and i am suffering for for 10 years with anxiety and depression.I have seen 3 psychologist but its all talk and listening and i always believed that i can overcome this but had no idea of how to it.Low and behold i came accross someone that i can relate to.You are so right by saying that how can you speak to someone that don’t understand what you going through.I’ve witness my mother passing away at the age of 16.I then had to take care of my alcoholic father and disable brother.I got through all this and my Matric year without know that it was going to catch up with me.I couldn’t say no to people as i always wanted to see everyone happy.I went through a divorce with a narcisistic husband ,i have four kids 3 of which i took care of during the day and worked in the evening as a waitress.I am not sure where my depression and anxiety stems from as to me i had a happy free living childhood.We were 8 children i am the fifth girl born in January was never made a fuss of when it was birthday like the rest but that didn’t bother me then and now it bothers me because when i speak about it it makes me teary.Even though i don’t like people to fuss about me.I don’t have a loving relationship with my kids as i didn’t get that from my parents.My 3 adult kids live on their own and my 7 year old finally lives with even though his father has full custody.I somehow blame myself for walking away from and leaving them with their narcistic father but i had to save my sole there was too much verbal abuse in the marriage.I really want to get off these meds.Please if you can lead me into the right direction with your advise i would appreciate it.I would also like to help others suffereing as it brings me joy to see others happy but at this present moment i don’t have the finances.Thank you very much for what you are doing….M y anxiety comes as soon as i have a pain on the left side of my chest.I am afraid of death as i don’t want to leave my kids behind.There were times the thought of suicide crossed my mind but that is manageable…I AM MORE THAN ANXIETY.I HAVE ANXIETY BUT ANXIETY DOES NOT HAVE ME :_)..I wish i had a Dennis in Cape Town.