How to Confuse the Amygdala to Acheive Anxiety Transformation

The Amygdala is part of our emotional brain that is in charge our alerting the body of internal or external threats. It is part of our survival mechanism that requested your fight or fight response to get started. Once the Amygdala has memorised your fears, negative thoughts and repressed emotions, it starts to press the alert buttons even when your conscious mind is unaware of any external or internal danger. For transformation to take place, you will need to break the negative routines of the amygdala, and updates its memories and emergency file. In this short clip, I share what you need to do to start to confuse the amygdala towards transformation.

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