We are all subjected to stress, but not everyone knows how to manage it. Stress is the cause of half of all doctor visits, and if we could learn to relax properly and consistently, most of our issues would go away, or better yet, never arise in the first place.
While some approaches are scientifically proven to be beneficial, they do require time and dedication. The good news is that there is a novel approach that you can learn in minutes and start using right now.
The Havening Technique is what it’s called.
Paul McKenna, a British hypnotist and best-selling book, inspired this essay, explaining:
What Is the Havening Technique, and How Does It Work?
What Is the Havening Technique and How Does It Work?
Traumatic memories and their repercussions are retained in the brain and can be triggered consciously or unconsciously. Synaptic depotentiation is how the Havening Technique helps you heal from them.
Consider it the pathway that leads to the onset of symptoms or sensations. As a result, the Havening Techniques are intended to obstruct this avenue. In other words, they assist you in clearing any prior restricting experiences that are preventing you from moving forward in the present.
Unlike traditional approaches like talking therapy or medicine, the Havening Techniques can access the mind and brain for therapeutic reasons via Havening touch (yes, just a simple touch! ), activation, and diversion.
Is it possible for me to do Havening by myself?
Yes, the Havening Technique is a basic and straightforward procedure. However, learning to discover the fundamental features of a traumatic event takes some effort and ability.
Is it really effective?
Where to Begin
First and foremost, be open to learning this new healing technique. Start with a less painful event or experience to work on if you want to utilize it as a self-help technique. It could be in any aspect of your life where you are experiencing difficulties.
Second, follow the Havening Technique meditations to learn the technique.
If you need a little extra support, the Havening Technique meditation series by Paul McKenna is accessible for free on the Mindvalley App.