Some beliefs may have gone into your unconscious mind for a positive reason – for example, if you have a fear of spiders (not entirely necessary unless you’re planning to travel to Brazil or Australia) then you may have picked this fear up, maybe from your parents who were the providers of thousands of other really useful gems of wisdom that have all carefully been stored in the filing cabinets of your mind to be accessed when needed. Why would your mind question whether spiders are so scary if all the other information that you absorbed, proved to be useful – this is why you won’t “unthink” a phobia or fear. 
I have worked with many people over the years and whilst every case is different, each person with, for example, a flight phobia will experience it in a different way (… I don’t like being trapped in the cabin, I can’t stand the thought of being up so high …), what is consistent is the rapid and lasting relief from that my clients have reported following their hypnosis session. 
Here are some typical comments regarding habits and addictions from clients I've worked with: 
“I don’t like public toilets and I’m about to fly to Australia” 
“I’ve been scared of creepy crawlies for as long as I can remember” 
“I want to build my confidence and quieten the negative talk in my head” 
“I’m a nice person but just don’t have the confidence to get into a relationship” 
“No hiding my light under a bushel any more” 
“I got the top scores in my year at uni but I’m a wreck at work” 
“I don’t feel sick now when we talk about flying” 
“I think about work when I’m out of work – I run my own company and I need help to switch off and sleep better” 
“I go bright red – it really gets me down” 
“It was years ago – I freaked when a mouse ran out of the oven when I opened the door” 
“I overthink everything” 
“I felt amazing, even after the first session – my confidence is through the roof” 
“I want to be focused in the interview and calm and enjoy it – not get tongue tied” 
“I’m afraid of injections, dentists, heights and flying – what do you want to start with?” 
“The fun’s fallen out of me” 
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