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Category: Learning Help – Price: 14.95 – Product Code: HDDYSLANX – Release Date: 2013/04/04

Relax and Listen to this Powerful Audio Hypnosis Download, (Dyslexia Anxiety), that will help you make changes on a deep subconscious level.


  • Get into comfortable clothing when you listen to ”Dyslexia Anxiety”.
  • When you listen it´s best to be in a quiet room and sit in any comfortable chair, couch, or bed.
  • Make sure you are not going to be disturbed for at least half an hour.
  • Figure out your goal for this Dyslexia Anxiety Hypnosis Download. Are you listening to ”Dyslexia Anxiety” just to relax? For self-improvement? To train your brain? Self-hypnosis can be used just for relaxation, sure, but it can also be used for a number of life-enhancing things. Many use self hypnosis to achieve their goals, change their thinking, or just as general positive reinforcement or motivation.
  • When you enter ”Dyslexia Anxiety”: Close your eyes and work to rid your mind of any feelings of fear, stress, or anxiety.
  • Try to recognize and remove the tension in your body.
  • When you listen to ”Dyslexia Anxiety”: Take slow, deep breaths and appreciate the fact that you are going to be extremely relaxed. There will be a floating sensation.

And remember: If you were in conscious control of the content in ”Dyslexia Anxiety”, you would have changed your life by now. The fact that you cannot must mean that your mind is running this issue at an unconscious level. Using ”Dyslexia Anxiety”, you can let go of your issue at an unconscious level, in a way that gives you the freedom, confidence and control of all situations.

Go to the info and download page, Dyslexia Anxiety, to begin your journey through self hypnosis and hypnotherapy.

Overcome Dyslexia Anxiety
Hypnosis can help you relax with reading and writing

Do you suffer from dyslexia anxiety and feel constantly concerned about being dyslexic?

Does every encounter with reading and writing feel like some ghastly test of your worth as a human being?

There must have been dyslexic people in pre-literate societies, but nobody knew, because nobody wrote anything down, there was nothing to ’read’, and so nobody could have any problems reading or writing. Happy days, perhaps. The invention of writing (and so reading) transformed the world and now we can’t function without it. Reading and writing are essential skills, taught in every school. And rightly so.

The cryptic code of written words

Few people spend much time thinking about what an amazing thing ’writing’ is. Those cryptic squiggles that fill our pages (and screens) are a code for the sounds and concepts of our spoken language. Every time you look at them, you have to decipher the code in order to understand the words and bring them back to speech. If you want to record something, or send a message, you have to encrypt your ideas and put down the code.

The roots of dyslexia anxiety

It’s only relatively recently that we’ve begun to understand that the way the brain processes the encoding and decoding that we call ’writing’ and ’reading’ isn’t the same for everybody. For a very long time it was widely assumed that anybody who struggled with letters and words beyond their early schooldays must simply be ’less intelligent’. People didn’t hesitate to tell them so, either, in far harsher terms.

Sadly, even though this assumption is now known to be completely unfounded, it has not entirely gone away. This means that dyslexic people, who have a quite different way of processing written language to non-dyslexics, are often burdened with psychological and emotional problems on top of having more of a struggle mastering the necessary skills in the first place.

So, if you are dyslexic, you may not just be anxious and concerned about that fact in itself, and its implications for your life. You may also, because of having had a lot of unpleasant experiences associated with reading and writing, get very tense and worked up whenever you are faced with doing one or the other or both. Which hardly makes them any easier.

The good news about dyslexia

The good news is that, no matter how mildly or severely you are affected by dyslexia, it is genuinely possible to improve writing and reading fluency and comprehension. And when you can relax and free yourself from tension and worry, it becomes very much easier to do so.

And the fastest, most effective way to access that relaxation and liberation is with hypnosis.

Hypnosis can help you build confidence and calm

Overcome dyslexia anxiety is an audio hypnosis session developed by psychologists that will quickly help you become much more calm and confident with everything you are and do.

As you relax and listen repeatedly to your download you’ll notice that

you become much more relaxed and less anxious generally
you no longer feel so bothered by self-doubts
your mind seems much clearer and better able to process all kinds of information
you can calmly focus on improving your reading and writing skills in a way that works for you
you feel more confident and hopeful about your life
Download Overcome dyslexia anxiety and relax and make the most of who you are.

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