How to handle anxiety without meds, using Mental Focused Mindfulness (MFM) is a systematic process that anyone can follow to take you away from the pain, inner turmoil and dread — immediately. In the podcast episode today I take you through the steps that you can follow to do the same.

Podcast episode coming soon.

My anxiety story

Part of dealing with MS and financial difficulties is the anxiety that can come from it. Like it did about 4 times today already. I’d go through the usual anxiety, the heart palpitations, the stomach feeling nauseous, the pain in the heart area, ouch… it’s happening now.

To stop it now (~5 seconds), I:

  1. Switch my MFM mental frequency range (MFR) to MFMLvl20 (anything above MFMLvl1:MFR3.13 will suffice)
  2. Verify that I have changed the frequency throughout my whole mind, and not just one part — bringing up any part of my mind that I have missed
  3. (Optional) To prevent any anchors from pulling me back to the beta frequencies and my anxiety, I work with my MFMLvl20 self to erect a mental barrier. I also do the same with every other MFM level version, from 19 to 1, for good measure.

The barriers are something I just discovered recently and work well to keep my mind focused on the frequency I desire without me having to keep myself focused on the chosen frequency. This is partly why MFM has been referred to as ‘Mental Magic’; you can do anything you wish (within your own space) at all frequencies above MFR3.13.

Personal validation that this technique works?

As personal validation, if done correctly then you will find that no matter how hard you try, you won’t be able to feel anxiety. Even if you start placing your body within states aligned with depression/anxiety, such as slouching, sighing, dropping the shoulders and other anxiety-related physical gestures. I’ll run a video demonstration of the technique in a future podcast to demonstrate how it works.

Won’t NLP and other similar technologies do the same thing?

MFM is more of the ‘code’ behind our mental reality. Allowing us to see what is going on in the background of our mind at any time. It just explains where the thoughts and feelings come from and allows you to choose to stay on that frequency or shift to another.

Where do our thoughts, emotions and feelings come from?

Ask a Neuroscientist this question and they will most likely say that our thoughts come from nowhere and that they just pop into our heads. The answer to where all feelings come from is a bit more varied, with one possible answer being provided that emotions come from a physical source and are a reaction to stimuli.

MFM provides a model to answer this question. The thoughts, emotions and feelings (a majority of the time) are coming from a specific Mental Frequency Range (MFR) version of your self. With MFM, we can identify the location of this frequency (using MFR scale) and either deal with it, settle in to listen further or change the channel.

As an example, my Anxiety self is a version of me that sits at MFR2.03. They look like an animal/cat (common trait at this frequency), very fearful, curled up in my lap right now (I’m connected to 2.03 currently). I can recognise that ‘Anxious’ painful energy affecting me as they sit here in my lap. Please note that this isn’t necessarily the only version of my self (or any self) at this frequency. It’s just what is affecting me when I’m subconsciously connected to this beta frequency and am subsequently feeling those anxious thoughts/feelings.

Stepping away from the anxious thoughts and feelings

Not surprisingly, I’m over this right now (the Anxious feelings) so I at first switch my mental frequency to MFR3.13 (my favourite). However, it’s rather close to MFR2.03 and it isn’t long before my focus (frequency) drags me back down to those low MFR2 levels. Using another tool available to me, I place a mental barrier at MFR3.12 to stop me from unconsciously changing frequencies again due to my anchors.

It works… for a little while but there are cracks starting to show. I can focus hard but I’m lazy (j/k) and just want to have a break from those frequencies for a little while. So I switch to MFMLvl20 again, which is so far away from MFR2.03 that it takes much longer to be brought back down. For good measure, I put up more of those mental barrier things and ask some friends (other energies) at different frequencies to help out.

This time it’s quite firm, and the anchors are starting to dissolve away. I feel energised, but also am not hearing any thoughts or experiencing any feelings — it feels ‘nice’. I am unable to experience the feelings and thoughts of anxiousness right now, even if when I try. Of course, if I truly wanted to have those feelings again then I could once again change the channel, push through the resistance (the previous barriers erected) and forcefully pull myself back down to Anxiousness level.

Curiously, even now, there are still some residual effects from being at the higher frequency, however, it is slowly melting away and the anxiousness feelings/thoughts are starting to slowly creep back in.

How long to reach MFMLvl20?

Quite simple and anyone can reach this level in a reasonably short time, I share the details on most episodes of the Podcast. It took me about 12 months but I was stopping along the way to run experiments and also took regular breaks. Such as at MFMLvl2 where I had begun to think what’s the point of going any higher?

It turns out there is a point, at higher frequencies our MFM practices are stronger, more effective and last longer. To find out more about where MFM levels sit and how MFR frequencies work, please visit the article and Podcast episode on The MFM Model to understand how it all works and visit How to change your mental frequency to learn more about this core MFM technique.