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One night whilst lying in bed, a sudden terror arose. 

My heart was racing. I felt a jolt up the spine. I was sweating profusely. 

There was the feeling of a pit in my stomach. 

An image came to mind. It convincingly portrayed that there was some sort of entity in my room with me, standing behind me and breathing down my neck.

I could feel that pulsating sensation of someone, or something, breathing on my neck. It was terrifying. 

Has something like this happened to you? 

Have you ever felt a sudden terror come up seemingly out of no-where? 

Perhaps your heart started racing as well. Perhaps you felt a sudden doom or dread arise. 

Would you like to learn how that terror dissipated in a matter of seconds for me?  

If so then your welcome to read on. 
The key to handling a panic attack
As the image of something breathing down my neck arose, I asked myself a question:

“What am I truthfully experiencing with 100% honesty?”

I wasn’t actually experiencing “someone breathing down my neck.” That is a thought form not an experience. 

What I was truly experiencing was a pulsating sensation on the back of my neck. 

And the image of someone being in the room with me was just an image, it was not what I was actually experiencing. 

Notice how “some entity breathing on my neck” seems rather scary whilst “pulsating on the back of the neck” is pretty neutral and tolerable.

 In the same sense, “I think I’m having a heart attack” seems rather scary whilst “a beating sensation in the chest area” is quite neutral and tolerable.

This is the key to dissolving panic attacks. 

Focusing on thoughts and images that the mind creates just further propagates the panic.

Ask yourself "what am I truly experiencing?" and stay with the sensational experience. 

Shifting attention to sensations makes everything seem more tolerable. 

For me, as I allowed myself to experience the sensations as they were being experienced, the intense terror and all it's physiological effects - racing heart rate, sweating, jolt up the spine - passed within a matter of around 30 seconds.

It was an intense feeling but because I was willing to experience it out on a sensational level and let go feeding thoughts and images, it was able  to come and go rather rapidly.

In this guide you will become very familiar with what it means to let a feeling go and exactly how to do so. 

Watch as anxiety melts in understanding and clarity by reading this Guide and testing-out everything for yourself. You don't have to believe a word, test the approach out for yourself and see what happens for yourself. 
releasing Bottled-up feelings
Consider a bottle that is being filled with more stuff then it has the capacity to carry.

 As the amount of stuff in the bottle starts to exceed the capacity of the bottle, the inner-pressure automatically pushes the excess stuff to the surface. 

However, if we were to put a lid over the bottle, there would be no-where for the excess stuff to go and so, the inner-pressure would start to push against the bottle.

The bottle would inflate and be stressed out of its normal shape. 

Sooner or later, the inner-pressure would hit a threshold capacity and result in a bursting open of the lid.

 As the lid bursts, a whole bunch of bottled-up stuff would spill out rather violently; instead of gradually spilling out as it would have without the lid, a massive store of energy would all come out at one time.

It's like that with our feelings. 

The more we say no to a feeling, the more we try to push it away, the more we bottle-it up within ourselves.

The more we say yes to a feeling, the more we allow it to flow through us and pass. 

A panic attack occurs when we have too much bottled-up feelings and the inner-pressure within us reaches a threshold capacity. 

Like shaking a champagne bottle, the more we resist, the more the inner pressure builds until one sudden burst event called a panic attack.
Learning a Controlled Release Method
If the choice to resist  feelings results in an increasing inner-pressure of bottled-up feelings can you guess what choice starts to relieve all that heaviness? 

Well, what if we were to just go in the opposite direction? 

Instead of trying to change a feeling, the option exists to allow the feeling to be.  

As feelings are allowed to be as they already are, they automatically change because that is the nature of feelings. 

That which comes must go. 

Like a wave, every feeling arises and therefore every feeling passes.

In the Panic Into Peace Guide we remember to  go with this natural ebb and flow to make things easy for ourselves, letting life the heavy lifting for us.

As we lift the lid off of the bottle, we start to progressively release all the feelings that have been bottled-up in the past. 

The more we allow things to be as they already are, the less bothered we are by how things already are. 

So the only thing we lose by letting go of trying to control and change feelings is suffering. 

Whilst initially surprising, it is experientially verifiable that the answer is to do less not more. 

The answer is to give-up trying to change feelings not try harder to change them.

It is to let go and let be. 

To welcome and flow with what is. 

To let the current take us rather than exert ourselves trying to swim against it.

This will be expanded on greatly in the guide. 

Certain key understanding are shared which make everything a lot clearer and obvious.

Just reading this guide is in-of-itself transformational.

Don't believe me, just try it out for yourself and see.

I don't want you to believe me, I want you to be free and live in peace.

Your experience will speak for itself.

There is no need to believe anything. Just try and see.
In addition to the Panic Into Peace Guide, you will also receive a totally complimentary 21-day Panic Into Peace Email Course. 

Each day, there will be a short email to read that helps melt away distress and welcome-in peace. 

So for a low price of nothing, this is just some of what you get:
  • Clarity: See where panic attacks come from and why you are not broken 
  •  Method for Peace: Built-upon the foundation of understanding, you'll learn an approach to be free of panic attacks, anxiety, and worry for good. 
  •  Enjoy life with Ease and Confidence: After reading and sticking-with the 21-day course, you'll be able to handle any feeling that arises within you. Feel like you can handle anything life brings your way and start enjoying life again!
This is a TOTALLY FREE offer showing the way to freedom from Panic Attacks and helping you find the key to Peace within yourself. 

 Bissli (the doggo)  and I (the human) made this  as a gift for your highest good and we hope you will enjoy it.
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