Centering on Comfort Process for Anxiety, IBS and More
You’ve heard that what you focus on expands, I’m sure, and it’s true.
When you have something uncomfortable in your body or your thoughts or your life, focusing on that discomfort only breeds more discomfort. But it seems like it’s a human habit and many of us do this unintentionally.
So I recorded a process I use with my clients with such issues as anxiety (uncomfortable thoughts), IBS and pain (uncomfortable body) or dealing with stress (uncomfortable things in life). It’s also a great ritual to help you fall asleep more easily.
This is a quick process that centers and focuses your awareness and attention amazingly well. And, instead of using the breath as a focal point, uses a feeling of comfort found in the body.
You will find this process is calming to both mind and body, because a focused mind is a calm mind, and what you focus on expands. As you focus on the comfort you find, that comfort expands to fill your awareness.
This process is deceptively simple — there is actually quite a bit of research into all of the various elements of this process.
Simple can be powerful. And once you’ve used the audio a few times, the only resource you will need is your own mind, giving you the confidence of having the ability to shift your awareness and therefore, your experience, to comfort — wherever you happen to be. At just a little over 12 minutes long, you can use this frequently throughout your day. And you’ll find the process takes effect even more quickly once you’ve mastered using it without the audio.