My view is that when you're feeling stressed, with your mind in turmoil, the last thing you can tolerate is any more complications. That's why Z Point is ideal for any stress you're under, because it is such a simple and undemanding process.
You don't have to learn anything new, or remember anything apart from a short cue word. By repeating your cue word over and over, like a mantra, you will gradually feel your stress fade away, as the Z Point practitioner delivers clearing statements which communicate directly with your subconscious to release the source of your stress.
All you have to do is sit comfortably. Generally, when you're told to relax, even though you know it's good for you, it can make you tense up because you can't relax on demand - especially when you're stressed. The Z Point Process doesn't give you any instructions, apart from focusing on how you feel.
If you haven't tried anything like Z Point before, or you haven't noticed any difference after other modalities, you will know there has been a change after a session. You will physically feel more relaxed, and also much lighter as your stress drifts effortlessly away, so that you're no longer weighed down by the heavy burden of worry and anxiety.
SYMPTOMS OF STRESS
If you're concerned how stress is affecting your health, I'm offering three FREE Z Point sessions to those who get in touch by Friday, April 6, and tell me why they need help. You can arrange an appointment for your free session through the month of April.
"Any time one person makes an effort to contact a deeper part of him or herself, balance his or her emotions, and deflect the stress momentum, others benefit. As more individuals learn to maintain their poise and balance and refrain from adding to the incoherence around them, they help to counterbalance the frequency of stress." - Doc Childre and Howard Martin
"Stress is inner biofeedback, signaling you that frequencies are fighting within your system. The purpose of stress isn't to hurt you, but to let you know it's time to go back to the heart and start loving." - Sara Paddison