Reading Aloud – Hypnosis can help you relax and read clearly when you’re in the spotlight
Do you dread having to read out loud in class or at work?
Does it make you feel so self conscious that you try to avoid it at all costs?
When you hate reading out loud, it can make you feel:
- Judged by those listening
- As if everyone’s staring at you
- Like you want the ground to swallow you up.
And it has physical manifestations too, such as:
- A dry mouth
- A knot of tension in your stomach
- A racing heart.
The problem is that feeling like this means you’re more likely to make mistakes, as you lose concentration and stumble over your words.
Feeling nervous when speaking in front of others is actually a natural process, as we are instinctively more aware when we feel we are being watched.
How to relax with your nerves
Instead of chiding ourselves for feeling nervous, it’s actually better to acknowledge these feelings but not let them become worrisome.
Confident speakers get nervous too, but they make light of these feelings, relaxing with the moment and assuming things will work out, because they know they are fully capable of the task at hand.
Of course, if your nerves are too bad, this actually changes the way your brain is working so that it becomes harder to focus on the words and speak clearly. Which is where hypnosis can help.
Hypnosis can give you the confidence to read out loud
Reading Out Loud is an audio hypnosis session that will help you feel relaxed and at ease when others are paying attention to you.
As you relax and listen repeatedly to your session, you’ll notice that you:
- Feel more relaxed and confident when reading out loud
- Begin to enjoy the experience
- Get better the more you do it
- Even start to look forward to having a chance to read out loud!
Download Reading Out Loud now and stop dreading the moment when all eyes are on you. You can listen on your computer or device or via our free app which you can access when you have completed your purchase.
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