This Fear of Snakes Guided Meditation & Hypnotherapy audio is aimed at people who have a mild fear of snakes or a more extreme, abnormal fear of snakes called ophidiophobia.

About a third of adult humans are ophidiophobic, making this the one of the most common reported phobias. However, it’s unusual to see snakes all the time, so it’s interesting that some people still have an overwhelming disgust or hatred towards snakes. This fear can be a learnt behaviour, a bad experience or a survival technique when we feel like our life is at threat. In this audio we use a technique called hypnotic desensitisation. This includes relaxation skills to help face your fear of snakes whilst in a safe environment and to think more rationally about snakes. We will ask you to use your imagination to picture yourself behaving how you want to around snakes. By doing so, you will find that the same feelings of relaxation remain with you in the outside world as well as during this session.

We recommend that you listen to our session at least four times so you can really compound the positive messaging, override the old beliefs and help your mind to create new neural pathways to feeling less anxious about snakes.




The content in this audio is provided for information only and is not intended to replace a consultation with your GP, other health care professionals or be considered as medical advice. If you have any doubts or concerns about your health, please seek advice from a medical doctor. Do not listen to this audio when you are driving, operating machinery or having a bath – we use deep relaxation techniques which require your full attention and will get you into a near sleep type state. By purchasing this hypnotherapy audio from our website, you acknowledge and agree that it is for personal use only. You do not have the right to distribute, resell, or use this audio for commercial purposes. Unauthorized reproduction, distribution, or commercial use of this audio is strictly prohibited and may result in legal action to protect our copyright.


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