– Designed for anyone who wants to overcome bullying
– A powerful aid to self-hypnosis
– Hemi-Sync® audio production
– Creates a calming mental state that accelerates natural healing
– Stimulates the release of dopamine, oxytocin, serotonin and endorphins
– An essential part of your recovery toolkit


Definition of bullying/bullied defined

The definition of bullying is a behaviour that is used repetitively to harm someone mentally or physically.

Different types of bullying

A different type of bullying, other than physical bullying has been identified through studies. The different type are sexual bullying, prejudicial bullying, verbal bullying, physical bullying, cyber bullying and relational aggression. This compares with 2 in 5 children who experienced bullying in person.

Bullying statistics

Bullying statistics show that 1 in 5 children, aged between 10 to 15 in the UK experience cyber bullying, which equates to 19%, around 764,000 children.

Bullying in school

Bullying in school is still prevalent in todays society, even though schools have a behaviour policy in place to prevent bullying. It still continues.

Effect of bullying/the affects of being bullied

The effect of bullying can create a negative emotional memory image (EMI), which can impact a person for years to come. When anything similar to the original bullying event occurs, the EMI triggers the stress response, producing high levels of cortisol and adrenaline. The constant drip over a period of time can produce a myriad of health conditions such as chronic pain or chronic fatigue. The freeze response is often triggered as the bullied person is unable to run away or fight back at the imagined threat inside of their mind. This poses a huge problem for the bullied individual when it comes to socialising, personally and professionally.

Physical bullying

Physical bullying means using physical force to intimidate or gain control over another person.

Examples of physical bullying

Examples of physical bullying are anything that has physical contact, e.g. kicking, shoving, pushing, nipping and punching. Other examples of physical bullying can be theft of personal items or damage to personal property.

Psychological bullying

Psychological bullying is behaviour that is directly intended to create mental harm or abuse. Narcissistic behaviour can be seen as psychological bullying, where a person disempowers another through psychological means.

Examples of verbal bullying/causes of bullying

Examples of verbal bullying include inappropriate sexual comments, teasing, insults, intimidation or taunting. The causes of bullying can stem from low emotional intelligence and/or lack of empathy.

Why do people bully

Why do people bully? Quite often people bully because they themselves are being bullied or have been bullied. Perhaps they are being raised by a narcissistic parent or carer, perhaps they’re subjected to abuse also in another context. This creates a lack of empathy in the bully, who, feeling insecure, bullies others in an attempt to cover up their own weaknesses.

How to prevent bullying

The best way to prevent bullying is to develop greater self-esteem within yourself. This way a bully will have no way of making you feel vulnerable. If you address the issue immediately, the bully will quickly realise that you are not going to play victim in their bullying game.

How to deal with bullying

How to deal with bullying is to realise that the bully feels vulnerable around you and that’s why they’re attempting to weaken you. By confronting them assertively without aggression and stating ‘enough!’, lets the bully know immediately that you will not accept this behaviour. Remember to smile, confidently. A bully will only bully someone they can intimidate so be comfortable in your own skin and don’t attempt to appease them.

Hypnosis for bullying

Hypnosis for bullying can be very affective. Bullying creates a negative emotional memory image inside the mind of the victim and it’s this EMI that perpetuates the original bullying event and allows the cycle to continue. The limbic system is impacted, this is our emotional centre connected with learning, memories and motivation. Hypnosis can be used to effectively transform the associations of bullying at a subconscious level, changing the limbic response. Unless the EMI is removed from the mind, the victim is likely to remain a victim for the rest of their lives.

My Audio Download

We all experience bullying at some point in our lives. It can occur for a range of reasons, but it is never acceptable. Insecurity on the part of the bully is usually the driving force behind their behavior. However, this is little consolation for the person being bullied, who can experience a range of mental issues with varying levels of seriousness. In the most extreme cases, bullying can lead to the victim being so unhappy that they self-harm, or consider suicide. 

This audio production is designed to help the listener with overcoming bullying. By reducing the size of Emotional Memory Images of the bully from your external screen, this reduces your threat response and allows you to unfreeze in the presence of the bully, giving you more choices, and greater control and confidence to deal with the situation. This audio is your own personal 1 to 1 session with Matt, always available at your convenience.

Matt’s calming, assuring voice gently guides both your conscious mind and unconscious mind towards transformation through the left and right ear respectively. By tapping into the body’s psychoneuroimmunilogical mechanisms – the link between the mind, nervous system and physical wellbeing – this audio allows you to develop greater control over any situation with your bully.

For best results, listen to this audio download first thing in the morning or during the day, every day for 4 weeks. Ensure you’re free from interruptions and distractions when listening. Download now to start overcoming bullying today.

This audio is a .MP3 file, compatible with smartphones, tablets, PC’s and other electronic devices.

Audio length: 30 minutes.

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