When you have to do any form of public speaking, do you have some of the following symptoms :-
-Getting hot and sweating
-Unable to think properly
-Stuttering and stammering
-Fidgety and restless
Public speaking anxiety often starts with a serious anticipation of speaking and a fear that something will go wrong. This may be borne out of a fear of looking foolish or being humiliated, or perhaps a fear of being judged as incompetent. The fear of speaking in public can be so great that it causes missed opportunities. You may avoid jobs or interviews. You may miss out on promotions or the chance to manage projects. For students, it could cause an avoidance of certain classes that may involve delivering presentations or standing up in class or reading out aloud.
Although each person’s fear of public speaking is unique to them, the common denominator is the source of the anxiety. The anxiety is generated by your subconscious, in a vain attempt to “protect” you from public embarrassment and the possible judgement and criticism of the audience. Even though you may understand at a conscious level that there is nothing to fear and the audience will be supportive, it makes no difference to how you feel. Unfortunately any time that there is a conflict between our subconscious feelings and emotions and our conscious, logical thoughts; the subconscious wins out every time.
This is exactly why hypnosis is such a powerful way to deal with this issue. Using properly applied hypnotic techniques we are able to make the required changes at a subconscious level; we deal with the root cause of your fear.
The success of hypnotherapy depends greatly on the client’s ability to follow instructions and a personal desire for change. As such, hypnotherapy results vary from person to person and I cannot offer any guarantee of success. If you do not want to change, for yourself, you are advised to seek help through other avenues. If you have been sent by another practitioner, then you need to decide on what changes need to be made.