Telephone : 0845 128 2980 Mobile : 07798 624289
norman@normanhinks.com

Norman and the NHI team have designed a rapid phobia cure session using the latest in NHI, NLP, Timeline and EFT.

Our one session success rate is over 98%, and the phobia remains resolved well into the future.

The following ten phobias are the most common situations that result in noticable fear and symptoms such as dizziness, nausea, and breathlessness. In some cases, these can escalate into a full-blown panic attack.

 

Arachnophobia is the fear of spiders and other arachnids.

This phobia is very common, research suggests it affects as many as 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men. The sight of a spider can trigger the fear response.

In extreme cases, simply an picture of an arachnid or the thought of a spider can lead to intense feelings of fear, panic and overwhelm.

 

Ophidiophobia is the fear of snakes.

This phobia is quite common and often attributed to evolutionary causes, personal experiences, or cultural influences.

Some suggest that since snakes are sometimes poisonous, our ancestors who avoided such dangers were more likely to survive and pass down their genes.

 

Cynophobia, is the fear of dogs,

As with many animal related phobias, this often associated with specific personal experiences such as being bitten by a dog during childhood. Such events can be quite traumatic and can lead to the fear response and even aniety attacks, that last well into adulthood.

 

Astraphobia is a fear of thunder and lightning.

People with this phobia experience overwhelming feelings of fear when they encounter such weather-related phenomena. Staying inside and avoiding going out when there is a forecast of such weather.

 

Agoraphobia involves a fear of being alone in a situation or place where escape may be difficult.

This phobia may includes the fear of crowded areas, open spaces, or situations that are likely to trigger a panic attack. People will begin avoiding these 'triggers', sometimes it can lead to a time when they stop leaving their home entirely.

 

Acrophobia, is the fear of heights,

This phobia impacts an estimated 23 million adults in the USA alone.

This fear can lead to anxiety attacks and avoidance of high places. People who suffer from this phobia sometimes go to great lengths to avoid high places such as ladders, bridges, towers, or even tall buildings.

 

Aerophobia, or the fear of flying,

it has been reported that it affects an estimated 8 million adults in the USA alone.

This is despite the fact that airplane accidents are actually very uncommon. Around 1 out of every 3 people has some level of fear of flying. This prevents people travelling and have experiences.

 

Trypanophobia is the fear of injections,

a condition that can sometimes cause people to avoid medical treatments and doctors. Like many phobias, this fear often goes untreated because people avoid the triggering object and situation.It is said 10% of Americans suffer.

 

Social phobia also known as Social Anxiety Disorder,

involves the fear of social situations and can be quite debilitating. In many cases, these phobias can become so severe that people avoid events, places, and people who are likely to trigger an anxiety attack.

 

Mysophobia, or the excessive fear of germs and dirt,

It can lead people to engage in extreme cleaning, compulsive hand-washing, and even avoidance of things of situations perceived as dirty. In some instances, this phobia may be related to obsessive-compulsive disorder.

 

 

 

What is past life regression?

Past life regression is a technique for accessing and re-experiencing a person’s past lives or incarnations. It can be a very revealing experience for the client.

Based on the theory that your reactions and the way you respond to problems are based in the past, past life regression is a holistic therapy that works with a person as a whole, mind body and spiritually

While conventional psychotherapy or other ‘talk therapies’ can be very helpful for some people, they focus on the present life.

In some cases, particularly if you are dealing with an issue that seems not to have a direct cause, you may be unable to uncover the ‘source’ of the problem.

Regression therapy allows the client to unlock resources and experiences stored deep within their memory.

What techniques are used?

Past life regression, as well as other types of hypnotherapy, required focussed participation of the client, who remains in control of the entire  process.

Is this approach right for me?

Regression therapy, like many types of complementary therapy, is not for everyone.

Past life regression is often linked to reincarnation. There have been claims that a belief or acceptance in the existence of alternative dimensions or universes is the greatest precursor of reporting memories of past lives.

Past life regression therapy is typically best for helping people who area exploring a spiritual path, and is gaining recognition as a type of spiritual healing.

Whether you follow a religion or not, it is thought that by experiencing yourself as a spiritual being in other incarnations, you will gain a profound insight and awareness that you are more than a physical body, you area a spiritual being having a human experience.

What is Goal Setting?
Setting goals is essentially the process of creating a plan, or roadmap, for what you can achieve in the future.
Why Set Goals?
  • Provide direction to your life and future
  • Allow you to plan ahead, be prepared and achieve
  • Provide a basis for recognising successes and accomplishments
  • Motivate yourself and others
  • Take responsibility within your life
  • Goal setting helps make achievement and success easier
Goals should be S.M.A.R.T
Once goals are set, put them through the S.M.A.R.T test and ask yourself if your goals meet each of these criteria:
  • Specific
    • Goals pinpoint specific things, experiences and achievements.
  • Measurable
    • You must be able to know when you reach a goal, setting a realistic timescale.
  • Action oriented
    • You can break a goal down into manageable tasks, we learned to walk in baby steps.
  • Realistic
    • You are able to achieve goals, and they should fit within your life, and the life of those around you.
  • Timely
    • You set timescales for goals and tasks to be completed and stick to them! building flexibility in.

    If you find your original goal does not fit, take some time to re-evaluate it and adjust it so it fits within the above criteria.

Goal Setting Process
 
Goal setting is an ongoing process. Your goals now, in the development stages, will be different for the goals you set this time next year. Think about both long term and more short term goals.
With a dedicated coach like Norman, you will have the support and ongoing resources to 'get sh*t done', GSD as Norman Calls it. Coaching can be by telephone, skype, whatsapp and in person. Weekly or monthly sessions available.