Are you like me and struggle with anxiety? Our guest today, Dave Florence, has a quick eye movement trick that might help.
If you want to learn more about how this eye movement might actually make your brain happy, then this episode is for you!
Here are two reasons why you should listen to the full episode:
- Learn what this eye movement tip is.
- Understand the key takeaways from this episode.
- Dave’s Website: https://www.daveflorence.com/
- Dave’s Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCilDHtv_AOybaTzN-kF18Gw
What Eye Movement Tip Can Help Ease Anxiety?
- The tip is to move your eyes from left to right.
- By moving your eyes from left to right, you are telling your brain that “you’ve got this”.
- You tell your brain that you know what you are doing because you are thinking rationally.
- There is no set pace, just move your eyes at a speed you are comfortable with.
What Are The Key Takeaways From This Episode?
- Our bodies are designed to heal.
- When our body is overloaded with overwhelming emotions, we can’t process trauma, so anxiety spoils up.
- There are a lot of things in this world that are fighting against us, so it’s important to focus on your feelings.
5 Powerful Quotes From This Episode
“This simple eye movement will help you with anxiety”.
“Simply moving your eyes left to right”.
“That’s it, I’ve got this”.
“Our body is meant to know how to deal with this”.
“We are designed to heal”.
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