Stop Anxious Feelings and Find Peace

There isn’t a person in the world who hasn’t experienced anxiety. However, for many people, the frequency and intensity of their anxiety -compounded by a lack of understanding about its origins and the seeming impossibility of stopping it- dramatically interfere with their ability to live and enjoy a full life.

Anxiety frequently manifests as a complex blend of emotional and physical symptoms, including pervasive feelings of tension, nervousness, and fear, accompanied by physical signs such as an elevated heart rate, perspiration, shaking, and digestive discomfort. Its triggers can range from identifiable specific scenarios to more nebulous, generalized sources, lacking a distinct focus.

Quite frequently, people attempt to manage chronic anxiety rather than understanding what’s causing the problem and addressing it at its root cause. Using advanced techniques, Asher works with your subconscious mind to uncover the hidden belief systems that create this anxiety, while identifying and 'diffusing' the situations and circumstances that trigger it.

Progression of Decreased Consciousness as Fear Grows

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Worry

Worry is primarily a cognitive process that involves negative thoughts about potential future events or outcomes and tends to be more manageable and less intense than anxiety or panic. While worry is often specific and focused on identifiable concerns or problems, it becomes more driven by subconscious elements as it grows more intense, frequent, and less grounded in reasons that objectively justify such a level of ongoing concern.

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Anxiety

As the connections between anxiety and its initial causes become more elusive, with its underlying factors becoming increasingly submerged in the subconscious, the breadth of the anxiety experience expands and is experienced as more complex and difficult to manage. This intricacy emphasizes the sophisticated characteristics of anxiety, illustrating its ability to go beyond mere worry and profoundly affect individuals on a comprehensive  multi-level scale.

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Panic

Among worry, anxiety, and panic, panic is the most intensely driven by subconscious causes. Panic attacks can be so sudden, overwhelming, and uncontrollable in their intensity that it's often difficult, in retrospect, to determine what triggered them. Unlike worry, which revolves around specific, identifiable concerns, and anxiety, which can stem from a broader range of identifiable or vague stimuli, panic attacks can erupt without a clear, immediate cause, suggesting a deep-rooted link to subconscious processes.

Uncover the Subconscious Causes Worry, Anxiety, and Fear

In contrast to worry, which is typically linked to concrete issues, anxiety tends to spread more broadly, permeating an individual's overall well-being. Its severity and persistence can fluctuate, extending from mild and fleeting episodes to intense, enduring states that profoundly disrupt everyday life activities.

As the connections between anxiety and its initial causes become more elusive, with its underlying factors becoming increasingly submerged in the subconscious, the breadth of the anxiety experience expands and is experienced as more complex and difficult to manage. This intricacy emphasizes the sophisticated character of anxiety, illustrating its ability to go beyond mere worry and profoundly affect individuals on a comprehensive and multi-layered scale.

Anxiety is more than just surface-level discomfort; it’s a signal of deeper, unconscious issues waiting to be uncovered and healed. Through understanding and healing these root causes, Asher's program promises not just temporary relief, but profound, lasting change that will positively affect all areas of your life. Join Asher Farris on this healing journey, where you'll confront and overcome the unconscious issues at the heart of your anxiety, paving the way for a more empowered and fulfilling life.

Asher's Integrative approach helps directly target
these symptoms of Stress & Anxiety, and
many others not listed here:
  • Improved Mental Health: Reducing stress and anxiety can lead to better mental health outcomes, reducing the risk of depression, anxiety disorders, and other mental health issues.
  • Enhanced Physical Health: Lower levels of stress and anxiety can contribute to improved physical health, including lower blood pressure, reduced risk of heart disease, and a healthier immune system.
  • Better Sleep Quality: Anxiety often disrupt sleep patterns. Managing these can lead to improved sleep quality, which is essential for overall health and well-being.
  • Increased Productivity: By alleviating anxiety, you can focus better, think more clearly, and increase your productivity, both at work and in personal projects.
  • Improved Relationships: Anxiety can strain relationships. Getting relief from these can improve your interactions and relationships with others by enhancing your mood and patience.
  • Enhanced Emotional Resilience: Managing anxiety builds emotional resilience, making you better equipped to handle future challenges and uncertainties with a more balanced perspective.
  • Boosted Immune System: Chronic stress and anxiety can weaken the immune system, making you more susceptible to infections. Reducing stress can strengthen your immune response.
  • Increased Energy Levels: Anxiety and the stress it causes can be physically and mentally draining. Reducing them can boost your energy levels, making you feel more vibrant and active.
  • Better Decision Making: Anxiety can cloud judgment and impede decision-making. Managing these can lead to clearer thinking and better decision-making capabilities.
  • Improved Quality of Life: Ultimately, reducing anxiety can lead to a significantly improved quality of life, with increased happiness, satisfaction, and fulfillment.

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Asher has been a great find and he is without a doubt the most gifted therapists I have ever worked with. Within the first hour’s consultation he had pinpointed with straightforward and simplistic accuracy a number of key issues and concepts for me.

With ongoing consistent coaching he has helped me to realize, understand and change my own behaviors which in turn has made me a more happy and confident person. I would highly recommend Asher to anyone who is looking to make a positive change in their life.

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