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10-Minute Havening Exercise for Anxiety

The Enlightened Executive

Release Date: 06/21/2021

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If you’re being faced with overbearing amounts of stress or have been recently triggered by past trauma, this 10-minute Havening exercise will help you deal with your anxiety.

 

We are led through this exercise by Stephen Travers. Stephen is the Director of U.K. and International Havening and is passionate about teaching others how to use Havening in their lives. 

 

“Havening helps us to be at our best, in terms of changing what’s actually happening in our brains and bodies,” Stephen explains.

 

Be sure to save this video to a playlist you visit frequently so you can participate in this exercise again whenever you need it to reduce stress or anxiety.

 

To see Stephen and Susan physically doing this exercise, watch it on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ZvzIKyGxX9o

 

To find out more about Havening, watch the full episode interview with Stephen Travers here: https://EnlightenedExec.com/ep006