– Designed for anyone who wants to overcome nightmares
– 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


What is a nightmare/meaning of nightmares

A nightmare/meaning of nightmares are emotional blocks in our learning during sleep. When we sleep we dream and our subconscious mind processes data from our past, present and how it may impact our future. If there is something that troubles us it can create a nightmare, which is basically a glitch in the transfer of information. When a ‘glitch’ occurs the bodies stress response kicks in and can awaken us from our sleep with disturbing representations, images or events.

What causes nightmares?

Traumatic events can cause nightmares, whilst other causes maybe explained by something like eating food late at night or alcohol. Basically a nightmare in the greater scheme of things is caused by a glitch in the data transfer during sleep. When we sleep the mind and body seek to integrate information that has been gleaned from earlier that day. This is compared to the known and the unknown, if the unknown variable is too large to handle then a nightmare may occur.

Why do we have nightmares?

We have nightmares because we have negative informational data that is too large for our emotional brain to deal with, the nightmares are a manifestation of the accrued information. This large chunk of information blocks the natural flow of the mind/body connection and usually awakens us with a fright. Although you maybe an adult, when you are awake during the hours of darkness the mind is run by the child inside your mind, therefore, things that may seem relatively simple and unconnected may appear to be terrifyingly connected in the minds eye.

Nightmares vs night terrors

Nightmares or night terrors are both scary and unpleasant, the main differences are that nightmares usually happen during rem sleep and can be remembered by the sleeper, whilst night terrors happen outside of rem sleep and can’t be remembered by the sleeper.

Nightmares in adults

Nightmares in adults can happen on a similar basis to a child, owing to stress or a process of uncertainty in ones life. The subconscious mind is always an emotional and irrational observer of our life, so shifts on the surface of our reality can greatly impact the childlike mind.

Chronic nightmares

Defined as nightmares that have persisted over a period of 3 months or more. These can be associated with trauma or an adverse experience. Often, it’s easier to treat recurring nightmares by looking at what has changed, is changing or is about to change within your environment. Taking this viewpoint allows breathing space and within this space your mind can usually figure out the best course of action. Sometimes a therapy session can be useful to clear the emotional triggers so that you have no nightmares.

How to prevent nightmares

The best way to put a stop to nightmares is not to be born, or never go to sleep. After this you are human like the rest of us and nightmares can happen to the happiest people. Don’t eat too late as the food can stimulate your brain, so no late snacks can help to prevent nightmares.

How to stop nightmares

To bring an end to your nightmares first keep in mind that nightmares usually stop on their own accord. You could imagine a different, more positive scenario playing out in your dream, just before you go to sleep. Make sure that you don’t snack, or drink soda/alcohol before bed as they can stimulate your brain to create nightmares.

Nightmares may impact your daily life as sleep problems and disturbed sleep can attribute to poor mental health. Relaxing as you head into your evening is another natural way to stop nightmares, think about better tomorrows.

Hypnosis for nightmares

Hypnosis for nightmares is ideal because they both involve the sleep process. Hypnosis can be used to alter, rearrange or even remove the stimulus that is triggering your nightmares. Hypnosis maximises the calm, peaceful states and then attaches them to your dream states, which usually erases any nightmares.

My Audio Download

Nightmares happen at a part of the sleep cycle called REM Sleep. This is the point where, according to Matt Hudson, the mind and brain upload and download information to and from the human biofield. If there is data that, because of its content, cannot be processed by the brain then you will wake up and usually have a very vivid recollection of the event. Helping you engage with your dreams in a specific context, outside of your normal sleep pattern, can encourage your system to process and resolve the seemingly unresolvable problem. 

This audio production is designed to help you, the listener to gain greater flexibility within your mind and body. By clearing negatively charged Emotional Memory Images from your external screen, your mind and body are able to adapt to the present moment, freeing you of the mental clutter that prevents your brain from resting, calmly, gently and at ease. 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 helps your brain to improve its cognitive processing ability so your mind will be free to run brighter, colourful movies where you can reconnect all of your desires, experiencing them fully, through thought into deeply relaxing dreams.

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 building up your learning power and transform your current thoughts into powerful drivers for change.

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Audio length: 30 minutes.

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