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The 5 Meditative Therapies used in ESCAPE Anxiety are not

“Alternative Medicine” they are “Original Medicine”

Meditation practices have been used since the beginning of time. NOW, Science has been able to prove the effectiveness of meditation and mindfulness based practices within the chemical structure of the brain using brain scan imaging.

It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3

1. The meditative treatment therapies in ESCAPE Anxiety transport your body and mind to deep state of relaxation. The brain responds by excreting powerful chemicals like seratonin and dopamine into the central nervous system. These chemicals literally counterbalance stress chemicals in the brain like cortisol and adrenaline which are the chemicals that cause anxiety symptoms.

Re-balance of brain chemistry
Peace of mind, body and brain

2. The Cognitive Behavioral Therapy portion of ESCAPE Anxiety empowers you to make conscious choices about perceptions of people, places and circumstances in your life. Most of us operate from a very fear based mind set as the result of our life experiences from childhood to present. ESCAPE Anxiety offers you an opportunity in a unique and powerful way to challenge and discard these fearbased mindsets.

Re-balance of brain chemistry
Peace of mind, body and brain

3. The emotional regulation portion of the ESCAPE Anxiety program offers you real tools to interrupt, redirect and self regulation anxiety symptoms when you begin to feel them. You will be able to STOP an anxiety attack in its track! You will also have a new and empowering awareness to emotional choices when you begin to experience stress induced emotions. We can’t stop fearful thoughts from occurring, but with ESCAPE Anxiety, you will be able to choose how long they stay.

Re-balance of brain chemistry
Peace of mind, body and brain


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8 Meditative Therapies

1. Conquering Control Issues

The common denominator for those of us who suffer anxiety, unbridled fear,and panic attacks, is one of control. At some point during your formative years,there was most likely something, or someone, in your life that was out of control.In an effort to protect us from the past, we grow up with a fierce determination todo things differently by attempting to control situations, circumstances and therpeople in our lives. Which of course is impossible. The realization of this impossibility leaves us frustrated, fearful and anxious.

2. Dismantling Perfectionism

Perfectionism is a personality trait that most all human beings have to one degree or another.Although it can be a positive motivator at times for achievement, it can also be equally self-des-tructive. This is when we strive for unattainable flawlessness by setting expectations for
unrealistically high performance standards, and by engaging in unkind critical self-evaluations and painful emotions over others’ evaluations. When we don’t achieve that perfection we seek, we are left with feelings of hopelessness, self doubt, depression and anxiety.

3. Releasing Resentment and Forgiving Others

As perfectionists, we tend to obsess over what we did (or didn’t) do. In fact, we usually feel so much shame that we search for ways to cover it up – by blaming others or justifying, by self medicating or we just engage in chronic worry about what could have or should have been different. None of the above scenarios are healthy, nor will they lead you to peace of mind. In fact they are among one of the root causes of depression and anxiety that lead to panic attacks.

4. Surrendering Shame and Forgiving Yourself

Resentment and anger are powerful emotions. I like to call them thegrub worms to the soul. They eat us up from the inside out. Just likea grub worm destroys a plant by eating the roots, resentment andanger threaten to eat the roots of our joy and peace and destroy thegarden of our soul. When we harbor resentments, not only does ourworld feel threatening, the emotional pressure of resentments andrelease of stress hormones can make us very sick and extremely anxious.

5. Defusing Catastrophic Thinking

Catastrophic thinking is imagining in our mind (scripting) worst-case scenarios and obsessively worrying that these scripts may come true. And although thinking ahead and trying to prepare for a possible catastrophe does have it’s benefits. It is problematic when we do it to excess.
Remember, thoughts with emotion are chemical. So if you are regularly engaging in disastrous script writing in your mind, you are unintentionally causing stress hormones like adrenaline and cortisol to flood your central nervous system, causing the very thing you are so sick and tired of feeling; anxiety.

6. Mastering Self-Regulation

By now, you are probably getting the idea that what we think about has everything to do with how we feel. Henry Ford said it best: “Whether you think you can, or that you can’t, you are usually right.” If you’re suffering with anxiety-and I know that you are because you’re reading
this right now- you are like all the rest of us. Your internal dialogue or (what you tell yourself about yourself )is self- destructively unkind. It is true, that we can be our own worst enemy. Until now, we didn’t truly understand how harmful this kind of self-talk is to our physical health and mental well-being. Your negative thoughts about yourself are once again, unintentionally, causing a powerful chemical reaction of stress hormones from your brain to your central nervous system that causes anxiety.

7. Conscious Emotional Choices

Have you ever thought about having a choice over your emotions by consciously choosing which emotions you will entertain at any given moment? I know I didn’t. Until I understood that I actually did have a choice over my emotions and that my choice of emotional engagement had everything to do with my mental health and well-being, I was a slave to whatever emotion surfaced for me
at any given time. Whatever it was that I was feeling, that is what I went with and reacted to. If I was angry, jealous, or feeling in self-pity, I stayed with that emotion until it was exhausted. My emotions, not my conscious mind had the control switches. At last, I found out that I had choice and my choices could either make me sick and anxious or peaceful and free.

8. Rewriting Your Internal Dialogue

Now we know the full impact of our emotions on our physical and mental heath. It is imperative that we have new tools to think about what we are thinking about, make health affirming choices in our thoughts and emotions. These tools allow us to effect immediate change. These tools will give YOU the upper hand on your symptoms of anxiety and panic attacks. You will be able to STOP an anxiety or panic attack in its tracks.


1. Relaxation Response

“The relaxation response is a physical state of deep rest
that changes the physical and emotional responses to stress…
which is the opposite of the fight or flight response.”

-Herbert Benson, M.D


Methodical process of alternately tensing and relaxing the muscles to self soothe and self trigger a relaxed response to internal and/or external environmental stress triggers

2. Mindfulness

“Paying attention, on purpose, from moment to moment,
with non-judging awareness.”

-Jon Kabat-Zinn


Process of body scanning and sensory scanningwithout emotionally engaging with the information.

• Increased ability to relax and self soothe

• Greater energy and focus

• Improved self-esteem

• Coping more effectively with stressful event

3. Guided Imagery

“Guided imagery is a gentle but powerful technique
that focuses and directs the imagination.”

-Naparstek, B


Imagery has the built-in capacity to deliver multiple layers of complex, encoded messages by way of simple symbols and metaphors.

• Increase ability to relax and self soothe

• Increase skill efficiency

• Indicated for physical and psychological healing

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4. Hypnosis

Is a trance-like state in which you have heightened focus and concentration. Hypnosis is usually done with the help of a therapist using verbal repetition and mental images.

-Mayo Clinic


• Induce a deep state of relaxation

• highly suggestible state of mind

• Increases ability to control anxiety

• Inhibits pain receptors

• Increases control undesirable behaviors

5. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

“Is a form of treatment that focuses on examining the relationships between
thoughts, feelings and behaviors. By exploring patterns of thinking that lead to
self-destructive actions and the beliefs…”

National Association of Mental Illness 2012


Challenge old beliefs as hypotheses rather than fact.Monitoring and redirecting “automatic thoughts”

Effectively treats… mood disorders * anxiety disorders * personality disorders*eating disorders * substance abuse disorders * sleep disorders * psychotic disorders.


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