Many people have jobs or hobbies requiring that they speak in front of large or small groups. For some this is a joy, and they are natural leaders and entertainers. For others, the thought of speaking to a group creates discomfort and awkwardness or downright terror. Some people are uncomfortable speaking in small groups or one-on-one with a boss, co-worker or any person who is outside of their comfort zone.
There are many different aspects to public speaking that can be enhanced with the techniques you will learn at Wellspring. We usually begin with dissipating fears. EFT is especially useful for many people and a technique they can use in any challenging situation that might arise. Hypnosis recordings help to ‘re-wire’ mind and body so it is easier to carry a calm and comfortable energy into situations that previously caused stress, anxiety or a ‘fight/flight’ response.
Certain aspects of speaking require study and practice to refine. For excellent guidance in developing these areas, check out your local Toastmasters group (www.toastmasters.org). Other aspects can be improved through hypnosis. The subconscious mind files away information about everything we have ever seen, heard or experienced. Thus we have within us a wealth of resources that could make each and every one of us a more dynamic presenter. Through hypnosis, we direct the subconscious mind to these resources while dissipating the old fight or flight response. Learning simple self-hypnosis techniques to use before a presentation can help you remain calm, clear and focused.