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You don’t have to be stuck in your negative thoughts

You don’t have to be stuck in your negative thoughts

Dr. Ezzat Moghazy, Clinical Hypnotherapist/Hypnologist

I am dedicating this work for the universe to live in peace and harmony.

As a Doctor of Integrative Medicine and a Clinical Hypnotherapist trained to help people handling anxiety, stress, worries, and tension around relationships and responsibilities during coronavirus pandemic and any other natural disaster.

Here’s the advice on how to maintain relationships and your sanity!

  • Even though you are isolated and stuck at home, it does not mean that you have to be isolated or stuck in your mind or your negative thoughts, the universe is teaching you something here.

  • Repeat the story of gratefulness and appreciation in your mind.

  • Hold your partner’s hand, look into their eyes, lovingly, and gently squeeze to show them that you appreciate them, and are thankful for having them in your life.

  • Seeking professional help and asking for support ( you could go for Clinical Hypnotherapy) is essential for our mental and physical health and wellness, during such time.

  • Get out of the state of fears, see yourself in the state of peace and calmness.

  • The definition of FEAR is “False Emotions Appearing Real.” Therefore, don’t allow these false emotions to take the best out of you.

  • Don’t complain – don’t explain – Create a deeper sense of gratitude for whatever that you have and don’t have.

  • Try having positive thoughts.

  • Communicate with others through other mediums like phone calls or emails, FaceTime, Skype, or whatever suits you the best.

  • Medical research has shown that we have over 60,000 thoughts daily. Of these 60,000 thoughts, most are the same thoughts over and over. Furthermore, the practice of self-hypnosis, meditation, and silence will help create a gap between these roaming thoughts allowing yourself to be connected, centered, and balanced.

  • Connect with nature.

  • Keep yourself away from unhealthy food; sugar, carbs, alcohol, and smoking. Medical research has shown that eating sugar diminishes your immune system by 45%.

  • Reflect on yourself and create a grateful and appreciative mindset.

  • Experience kindness with your partner and family.

  • Foresee a beautiful and bright future for yourself.

  • “I have a better relationship now than ever before. I have better control over my responsibilities now than ever before, say it and write it every day as your new mantra or affirmation, it will become your new reality.

  • See the positives! People are donating to their favorite causes and showing gratitude in ways that have since diminished.

  • Do things that you’ve been postponing or didn’t have the time for.

  • Have you ever tried Telehealth / Telemedicine? This form of medicine is flourishing now more than ever before.

A final word on surviving in the times of Corona

“Life is what we feel, not what we see.”

Please share this with the world, because when you share it, it shows you care.

While staying indoors, take care of yourself and others, as it will equip you with stronger coping skills, a greater sense of purpose and make your community stronger.

Even with the limited bandwidth of resources, energy, and access, try your best to look out for each other to help survive the spiraling anxiety from the Coronavirus threat.

Stop fearing the fear, keep calm, and carry on! This, too, shall pass.


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