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Helping you beat the holiday blues

As the UK’s Covid19 lock-down continues and the government warns the UK against making holiday plans just yet, many people may find their state of mind slipping downwards without their annual summer trip to look forward to. So in response, I’m going to help people to travel to their favourite destination – from the comfort of their own armchair! Amid the despair and grief of this pandemic, it might seem silly to focus on holidays, but they undoubtedly play a huge part in our mental health and well- being. From the excitement of choosing a destination and accommodation, researching everything from sights to restaurants, to the actual week or fortnight itself followed by the recollection of treasured memories, holidays really do matter. It’s about ‘life experiences’, relaxation, and most importantly, escapism from everyday life. The coping process of escapism is common to many people in difficult times, and by wanting to still book a holiday, we are actively engaging in escapism behaviour. Escape is key in our mental self-care, and it can be good to seek a happy escape when things seem impossible – that feeling of ‘I just need to get away’. And of course, many forms of our regular escapisms, such as going out to the gym, bars and restaurants, have been taken away from us, increasing our desire to plan ahead for getaways once lock-down is lifted. I’ve now created five free downloads to enable people to spirit their minds away to an amazing holiday destination and in doing so, take back a little of the relaxation and release they would have enjoyed had they actually been away. At a time when we can’t guarantee a lengthier reprieve, something as simple as taking a ‘virtual holiday’ can offer a brief moment of escapism. This allows you an outlet for the stress we are facing, and the energy to re-engage with life in lock-down. My free downloads are a form of self-hypnosis, and simply require you to sit down in a quiet and comfortable spot, close your eyes, listen to my words, visualise the holiday destination, and relax. I’ve chosen five types of holiday for the recordings – beach resort, mountains spaces, safari, road trip, and the multi-generational Disney holiday – to reflect predictions made by Fiona Dalzell, an independent travel counsellor with, Travel Counsellors, which specialises in organising tailor-made trips for people around the world. Fiona Dalzell, owner of Fional Dalzell - Travel Counsellor, believes there will be a number of key things holidaymakers will look for once the travel industry reopens for business. Fiona said: “We’re expecting people will be seeking plenty of space and fresh air after being cooped up for so long – destinations such as New Zealand, Canada and America will be popular, especially for self-drive trips. Also, many people will feel like doing something completely different as an antidote to months of boredom, so an adventurous African safari might well appeal.” “Conversely, some families might want privacy to reconnect with each other after enduring being forced apart for such a long time. I think we will see idyllic islands like those in the Caribbean proving popular for multi-generational groups involving grandparents, parents and children all enjoying some quality time together, whereas couples might favour treating themselves to some luxury in the Maldives.” Fiona added: “We understand how essential it is for many people to have something to look forward to once we emerge on the other side of this terrible pandemic, and a holiday away from their lock-down base will be a real tonic. “I think Turan’s offer to help people take a short break, in spirit if not in body, is a lovely idea, and hope it helps people stay positive in these difficult times.” Try my downloads for yourself now and let me know what you think.
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Want to know more? From time to time I like to send out e-mails to keep you informed of what I am up to, events I’m attending, new info on hypnosis, news of my latest training events etc. If you want to be kept informed then click the Books button and download one of my FREE e-Books (or both) and subscribe, you’ll get regular Feel Good Hypnosis news straight to your in-box.
Picture of Feel Book - Finding Your Purpose Link to books by Feel Good Hypnosis Link to books by Feel Good Hypnosis Link to main blogs page
Quick Contact Me: By E-Mail: Turan@feel-good.today By Phone: Office: 028 94 45 34 77 Mobile: 077 53 23 41 77

Helping you beat the

holiday blues

As the UK’s Covid19 lock-down continues and the government warns the UK against making holiday plans just yet, many people may find their state of mind slipping downwards without their annual summer trip to look forward to. So in response, I’m going to help people to travel to their favourite destination – from the comfort of their own armchair! Amid the despair and grief of this pandemic, it might seem silly to focus on holidays, but they undoubtedly play a huge part in our mental health and well-being. From the excitement of choosing a destination and accommodation, researching everything from sights to restaurants, to the actual week or fortnight itself followed by the recollection of treasured memories, holidays really do matter. It’s about ‘life experiences’, relaxation, and most importantly, escapism from everyday life. The coping process of escapism is common to many people in difficult times, and by wanting to still book a holiday, we are actively engaging in escapism behaviour. Escape is key in our mental self-care, and it can be good to seek a happy escape when things seem impossible – that feeling of ‘I just need to get away’. And of course, many forms of our regular escapisms, such as going out to the gym, bars and restaurants, have been taken away from us, increasing our desire to plan ahead for getaways once lock-down is lifted. I’ve now created five free downloads to enable people to spirit their minds away to an amazing holiday destination and in doing so, take back a little of the relaxation and release they would have enjoyed had they actually been away. At a time when we can’t guarantee a lengthier reprieve, something as simple as taking a ‘virtual holiday’ can offer a brief moment of escapism. This allows you an outlet for the stress we are facing, and the energy to re- engage with life in lock-down. My free downloads are a form of self-hypnosis, and simply require you to sit down in a quiet and comfortable spot, close your eyes, listen to my words, visualise the holiday destination, and relax. I’ve chosen five types of holiday for the recordings – beach resort, mountains spaces, safari, road trip, and the multi-generational Disney holiday – to reflect predictions made by Fiona Dalzell, an independent travel counsellor with, Travel Counsellors, which specialises in organising tailor-made trips for people around the world. Fiona Dalzell, owner of Fional Dalzell - Travel Counsellor, believes there will be a number of key things holidaymakers will look for once the travel industry reopens for business. Fiona said: “We’re expecting people will be seeking plenty of space and fresh air after being cooped up for so long – destinations such as New Zealand, Canada and America will be popular, especially for self-drive trips. Also, many people will feel like doing something completely different as an antidote to months of boredom, so an adventurous African safari might well appeal.” “Conversely, some families might want privacy to reconnect with each other after enduring being forced apart for such a long time. I think we will see idyllic islands like those in the Caribbean proving popular for multi- generational groups involving grandparents, parents and children all enjoying some quality time together, whereas couples might favour treating themselves to some luxury in the Maldives.” Fiona added: “We understand how essential it is for many people to have something to look forward to once we emerge on the other side of this terrible pandemic, and a holiday away from their lock-down base will be a real tonic. “I think Turan’s offer to help people take a short break, in spirit if not in body, is a lovely idea, and hope it helps people stay positive in these difficult times.” Try my downloads for yourself now and let me know what you think.
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( CLICK AN ICON TO GET YOUR HYPNO HOLIDAY )
link to hypnotic road trip holiday link to hypnotic safari holiday link to island holiday download page link to mountain holiday download page link to disney holiday download page link to Fiona Dalzell travel counsellors