Stop hoarding and beat your compulsive collecting with this self hypnosis MP3.
Do you hold onto things that you no longer need just in case one day you will be able to find some use for it? And of course that day rarely comes so you find yourself in a cluttered environment.
Disposophobia can vary in intensity.
Some people will go to the extreme of not throwing away anything at all – which can result in their environment become so untidy and unhygienic (because often they find it difficult to clean around everything) that people living with such a phobic can often suffer from depression or claustrophobia.
An extreme case of hoarding what is essentially junk, is the famous case of the Collyer Brothers who lived in isolation in Manhattan.
At the time of their deaths their horde of junk was estimated at 100 tons.
Disposophobia – (the fear of throwing things away) – is often hence referred to as the ”Collyer Brothers syndrome”
Fortunately most people with Disposophobia are usually nowhere near as extreme in their hoarding as this and hypnosis can be very useful in helping to overcome this condition.
During this powerful hypnotic session you will be completely relaxed and your subconscious mind will absorb and act upon the suggestions for overcoming your past reluctance to discarding unnecessary objects – helping you to live a more clutter free and organized lifestyle.
How Self Hypnosis Helps
Self Hypnosis can access the subconscious mind which is the part of us that is responsible for emotions, imagination, automatic reactions, responses, memories and much more.
This is the part of you that intuitively does what you believe is right.
However, in many ways, the subconscious mind is like a small child and has been known to get it wrong.
Thought and behavioral patterns that were formed when you were much younger can resurface, making you doubt your ability and lose confidence in yourself. This is the reason we seem to make the same mistakes over and over again.
During self hypnosis your mind is open and receptive to new ideas, new thoughts, new ways of acting and feeling.