Children with anxiety Relax more when they are comfortable, secure and feel protected. 

Children With Anxiety

Here is something great that I want to tell all parents about because I believe in the notion that parents are heros in there child's eyes. 

Bringing one of these into the house and using it for a while first before you children are allowed will increase it's value in your child's mind. (thought I'd throw in some child psychology, as if you did not already know this) .. just sayen - your gonna love this stuff so  remember when bringing out the big kid in you - it's time to share once you too have mastered the game, - and they will be light years ahead of you and the crowd when it comes to scoring on tests and excelling naturally because enhanced mindfulness translates into increased potential all learning environments. 

Wild Devine has been working with Dr Chopra to pt together this effective system for increased mind control for adults as well so check it out! 

Here are some added hypnosis Tips on relaxation and dealing effectively with fears children experience at times. 

Parents who have children with anxiety ask

Does hypnosis work?

Yes, relaxation hypnosis does work with children.

Children are always in a suggestible state.

The main point is that is there IS hope.

Once you have evaluated whether your children with anxiety need medical intervention with a professional and have taken the necessary steps to ensure they are given this care if necessary, and you feel confident that your child is out of harm’s way, you can then begin to teach your child relaxation techniques mentioned below.

The techniques work equally well for boys and girls; for ease of readability I will refer in this article to the child as “him”.

It is best to begin when your child is already in a relaxed stress free state.

I would start by observing how he copes with anxiety.

Do your children with anxiety  watch TV or play video games?

Is he quiet and relaxed while on a computer or prefer playing with toys that are tactile such as trucks, remote control cars or the like.

Notice how and where your child currently feels safe and approach him there. Only if you know your schedule permits, you gently open up topic about fears.

Get all distractions out of the way and clear your schedule in order to be sure and have the time to get to some good resolution.

It may take an hour or two so plan for that. If it goes really well, and you have more time at the end of the discussion, going for some fun time together after wards is a important and will add to the trust you are developing.

You being there is the most important part of this type of bonding.

Children with anxiety pick up labels that others may attach to their anxiety. You can turn this around - let him know that you think he is "Courageous" (a suggestion) and that there is no such thing as courage without fear.

For example you could say..."It doesn't take much courage to eat your favorite ice cream or do things you’re not afraid of. It did take real courage though, to go to school today even though your were afraid of this or that and you did it! ... I believe you have showed courage!

I feel strongly that considering the enormous amounts of negative media your child will be exposed to through out his life. Therefore  it is imperative to throw in as many positive reinforcement as you can get your hands on while your child is still in your nest.

Seek out such resources and listen to them to be sure that they are relaxing to you.

Children with anxiety love to witness you reaching goals. Make it a goal to teach relaxation by role modeling it to him as often as possible. "I am going to get relaxed and read a book or listen to some music " or whatever you do to unwind.

"I'll be back in ten minutes..... now is my time to Zone".

Keep in mind he is are watching you every day and learning how to handle stress by your reactions to the stress in your life.

Some of you reading this may feel that this doesn't apply to you because you have a handle on your stresses and fears … and this may be true.

Yet  children with anxiety benefit from seeing concrete examples of how to handle stress in ways simple enough for them to put into practice.

Be aware that guilt about how you react to your child's unwillingness to be in certain situations is to be expected, you will learn to let go more and more over time.

It's not easy to always have the right answers. If their anxiety has been ongoing for a while you have probably unwillingly been pulled into their drama at various times.

It is obvious that you care because you are seeking information for children with anxiety so you will find what is right for you.

If at any time while learning about this, you realized you may have forced your children with anxiety to do something against their will, in an effort to help them overcome a fear,  and even that did not work, your not alone. Chances are that in looking back you see now, that it only made things worse.

Beating yourself up about such a situation is very common. STOP BEATING YOURSELF UP!!! It does not accomplish anything positive.

Many parents who feel stuck by this kind of guilt may even try to rectify their actions by attempting to MAKE it work. Pride can easily take any of us off track.

The trick for most parents is to recognize this is what is going on.

 Once you have that piece in place, you can at any moment, regain more personal parental power to mae the most impact on children with anxiety, by facing this nasty bugger called pride - and turn it into gratitude with the blink of an eye.  Just change your perception for a moment and picture the out come the way your desire it, ie., your child excelling at doing what they really want like completing homework assignments and preparing them for class on time instead of procrastinating because they are terrified of failure and of bring the project to school. Picture your child doing it right.  Allow your mind time to get in close contact with the part of them that will overcome frustration before you engage them

This will help you bypass the  power struggle which no one wins.

I believe that parenting is not a ‘one size fits all’ experience. It is instead more like writing chapters of a book as challenges arise by staying open to new ideas and solutions that fit each child.

For every child born a new book could be written.

Some parents feel inadequate and overwhelmed which heightens the anxiety already existing in the family. So remember none of us can make the world stop turning for our children even if we long for that power.

Knowing that can sometimes help to lower your stress level.

Another thing to keep in mind is that you can benefit greatly from getting the support you need as the parent of children with anxiety.

Seek out tips to help your child distinguish between real threats and imagined fears.

When something is new to us it is very important to simply be gentle with ourselves as we learn the new and necessary skills to create positive outcomes.

You DO deserve the extra self-care that is sometimes missing as you develop and take on more ‘response-ability’ to your child's condition.

Even if it seems impossible to fit it in, you must take care of yourself and nurture yourself with as much peace and calm as YOU can because in the long run, your child always benefits when you are stronger and more balanced in your own life.

A hypnosis session designed to let go of stress would help parents who have children with anxiety as well.

Stay open to possibilities and don't be shy about seeking and asking for referrals and/or support. Check out resources that your community may offer in the way of support groups.

Parenting classes may offer solutions that you may not be aware of.

Seek out information about how best to fulfill your needs.

A powerful healing experience for children with anxiety occurs when parents learn new ways of relieving their own anxiety.

Are the session with brainwave entrainment safe?

Who should not use the Neuro-Programmer Brainwave Entrainmetn Sessions that are sold here in the pages of this site?

Yes it is very safe, but only for those not mentioned below:

Those meeting any of the following conditions, whether knowingly or not, should not use this application:

· Epileptics

· Pregnant women

· Those who are wearing a pacemaker

· Those prone to seizures

· Those who are photosensitive

Those who should consult a physician before the use of this product include:

Individuals under the influence of medication or drugs.

This application is not to be used while under the influence of alcohol or other mood altering substances, whether they are legal or illegal.

Children with anxiety under the age of 18 are to be examined by a physician for epilepsy or illnesses that may contribute to seizures prior to the use of Neuro-Programmer™, as they are more susceptible to seizures.


Although Transparent products contribute to wellness they are NOT meant to replace medical or psychological treatment or consultation. If you have a serious medical condition please consult with your physician. Ask about Brainwave Entrainment and work with your physician to choose the right treatments for you.

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