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Fear & Phobias

Fear is a natural response to the perception of danger or threat, whether it is real or imagined, that can trigger an unpleasant emotional state or reaction. If you google how to treat fears, there are several strategies that have been recommended that you can try, depending on the severity and nature of your fear:

Confront your fear

Use relaxation techniques

Challenge negative thoughts

Consult a professional

Your doctor will tell you that overcoming fear is a process that takes time and effort, but it is possible with the right approach and support. With RTT® we can work faster and transform you for good.

It is true that fears often reside in the subconscious mind and may not necessarily reveal the exact reasons for their existence. Therefore, it can be beneficial to delve into the subconscious and explore the root causes of the fear to gain a deeper understanding and find ways to overcome it. Fear can be healthy and unhealthy. We need them but only in extreme cases to save our lives. For example, running from a tiger is saving your life. Panicking on the flight or on the road is not.

Different type of fears

Fear of flying

Fear of driving

Fear public speaking

Fear of spiders (snakes, bugs, insects)

Fear of darkness

Fear of hospitals and medical procedures

Fear of loud noises

Fear of confined spaces

Fear of blood

Fear of rejection

Fear of criticism/judgement

Fear of punishment

Fear of failure

Fear of touch

Fear of making mistakes

Fear of death

Fear of poor health

Fear of losing loved ones

Fear of success

Fear of losing money

Fear of imperfections

Fear of people (social anxiety)

Fear of unknown

Fear of making decision

Fear of change

Fear of intimacy

Fear of divorce

Fear of marriage

Fear of gaining weight

Fear of love

Fear of loneliness

Fear of uncertainty

Fear of accidents/something bad happening

Fear of getting hurt

Fear of losing control

Fear of money

Fear of humiliation

Fear of poverty

Fear of competition

Fear of isolation

Fear of public speaking

Understanding Phobias:

A phobia refers to an extreme and irrational fear towards a particular object, situation, or activity. Those who suffer from phobias tend to take extreme measures to avoid the feared stimulus, and this fear can significantly disrupt their daily activities. Some common examples of phobias include fear of heights, flying, spiders, confined spaces, and public speaking.

Traditionally /medically treating phobias typically involves exposure therapy, which involves gradually exposing the person to the feared object or situation in a controlled and safe environment. This can help the person learn to manage their fear and develop coping strategies. Cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) is also often used to treat phobias, which focuses on changing negative thought patterns and behaviours related to the phobia. Medication may also be used in some cases to help manage symptoms of anxiety.

It is important to seek help from a mental health professional if a phobia is interfering with daily life, as treatment can greatly improve quality of life.

RTT® ( Rapid Transformational Therapy ) has a different approach to Fears and Phobias

At birth, humans have only two innate fears: the fear of falling and the fear of loud noises. However, some individuals may develop fears or phobias over time. These fears can become a conditioned response that is linked to a specific trigger or situation, causing an intense reaction that can impact a person’s daily life. While learning to manage or cope with fears or phobias can be helpful for some, it may not be enough for others. Despite knowing that their fear or phobia is irrational, individuals may still avoid situations that trigger anxiety or panic.

It’s true that some fears may be rooted in deeper psychological issues related to control or other emotional factors. For example, the fear of flying may be linked to a fear of loss of control or a fear of death, rather than the actual act of flying itself. Similarly, the fear of drowning may be linked to a fear of losing control or being overwhelmed by a situation. Identifying the root cause of a fear or phobia can be an important step in overcoming it.

How RTT® can help you solve your problem with Fear or phobia?

  • Finds The Root Cause of fear & phobia
  • Decompress isolated emotional moments from the past
  • Help you become indifferent to triggers

Fears and phobias are really nothing more than an ability to deal with something.

The fear of flying is the fear of not being in control. I treated a client who could not take a flight for 10  years because she had a bad experience while flying down to her country while coming back from a holiday .

She had to travel to see a severely ill  family member .But for my client the flight was a coffin . She used to panic , get very anxious as soon as someone even spoke about taking a flight.

RTT revealed the root cause of her fear  . She was brought up in a very conservative family and women did not have much say . Her inability to cope up with her issues in life made her feel that life is out of her control . She had the fear of being out of control . She really wanted to take control of her life and have the freedom to take her own decisions.

She was able to overcome her fear of flying. A lot of phobias are passed down. Phobic, anxious, nervous parents who are worried about germs will have phobic, anxious nervous children. If you have someone who’s constantly saying, “That’s got germs,” and, “There are germs,” and, “Don’t touch it,” and they’re always getting out their sanitising wipes and wiping the trolley, will have children who worry about germs because we learn what we live.

I am seeing this a lot especially after the recent Pandemic (Covid 19) that the world is recovering. We have this obsession for cleanliness /alcohol sprays/sanitizers. So much so that kids are developing OCD symptoms for washing hands. When we are dealing with Fears and Phobias we are dealing with emotions of a person. You see, the people think there’s logic in defeating emotion. Here’s the truth. Emotion will defeat logic over, and over, and over again. You cannot defeat emotion with logic ever because emotion is more powerful.