Cure Clown Phobia Instantly
Clown phobia the other name for which is coulrophobia is fear of clowns. This type of phobia is also a kind of fear of people in disguise.
Heavy make-ups, artificial expressions and unusual attires make a coulrophobic feel extremely uncomfortable. The identity of the person is perfectly concealed with bulbous nose, wired hair color and an acutely painted face.
The Cause Of Having Clown Phobia
Often clowns are presented as having evil intentions in movies and storybooks. Many movies have been made where you will find people committing crimes dressed as clowns.
In such movies, you watch the clown moving about here and there with a knife or wire in hand.
The clown as an antagonist makes people develop a kind of hatred and dislike for such uncanny and fishy characters.
Clowns as serial killers – yes, this is quite a common media concept. You will find John Gacy, the serial killer dressed as a clown trying to impress and entertain children by perfectly hiding his real intentions.
However, the famous batman villain is known as the first modern evil clown. Scream and Saw are the two horror movies where the serial killer performs his deadly act dressed as a clown.
The principal cause of clown phobia is over tainting of the face and the over illustrated features of the clown.
This is what seems to be most frightening for children and some are even afraid of Santa Clauses for similar reasons.
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The fact that hurts your psychology the most is that a person with a painted face along with a painted broad red smile is hurting someone physically. This means the person is trying to hide his real intentions behind a heavy make up.
Clown Phobia As Depicted In Television And Film
In the series of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, you get to see Xander, who reveals his apprehension of clowns during the first season.
Another character called Monk from the same series is also quite afraid of clowns. Similarly from the children's series Rugrats, little Chuckie significantly exhibits his fear of clowns.
The Common Symptoms Of Clown Phobia
- The clown makes you feel so afraid that you cannot even breathe properly.
- Your clown phobia makes you sweat a lot.
- You have nausea and your mouth becomes dry.
- You feel terribly sick and you start shaking.
- Your heart palpitates fast and you cannot even speak or think properly.
- You suffer from a constant fear of dying.
- At times, you tend to behave abnormally as if you are unable to control your psyche.
- You tend to move away from reality and experience a full-blown anxiety attack.
Here Are The 3 Biggest Myths About Clown Phobia That Will Never Get You The Results You Want
Myth 1. Clown phobia can be helped by exposure.
Cognitive Behavior Therapy: This consists of exposing you to the very thing you are afraid of, clowns, and deconditioning you to the fear.
While this method claims success, it involves a great deal of mental pain. It also requires frequent therapy sessions over several weeks.
Myth 2. Clown phobia can be treated by talking about it.
Talk Therapy: Traditional therapy, in which you sit or lie down and tell your problems to a therapist, takes months or years to bring relief, and the results are quite unpredictable.
Often you feel relief when you are talking about the phobia, but when you encounter a clown, it becomes clear that there is still no cure. If you pay for this kind of treatment yourself, it can get rather expensive.
Myth 3. Drugs for the treatment of phobias are effective.
Have you been tempted to try medication? Its disadvantages include the expense, the possibility of side effects, the necessity to keep taking medication indefinitely and most of all, the likelihood that drugs won’t solve the problem. After all, medications can only suppress the symptoms, not treat the underlying disease.
Cure Your Clown Phobia In Just 10 Minutes A Day
We know from NLP that the root of a phobia is an erroneous assemblage of your mental codes.
NLP is a set of methods that have been refined and tested over several decades with hundreds of thousands of patients in many countries – and it’s been effective time and time again.
The basis of the method is amazing effective. NLP uses the power of imagination to reprogram your fear reactions through quick, painless, and long-lasting techniques.
That is how NLP differs from other methods. NLP attacks the problem at the source and takes care of it for good.
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NLP cures the problem. There is a huge difference.
You actually cure your clown phobia yourself by going into your unconscious mind and rearranging these mental codes.
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