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Can hypnosis help you unlock the demons that cause you to overeat? Watch a live hypnosis performed to help you lose weight
Steve Jones demonstrates suggestibility anchors.
“The Magic of Metaphor is one of the most richly rewarding books I have read in a very long time – every page you turn brings a new revelation, a new insight, a new understanding, in a simple and beautiful way. Images come tumbling out, and with them truths about ourselves: who we are, what
Written ‘as live’ this book gives a useful insight into an important and very useful set of tools. Personally, I find Richard’s style works better face to face – taking part in one of his seminars or listening to him on CD or watching him on Video. It doesn’t work so well for me in
Here is a nice deepening technique. You have done your induction, now deepen the trance using this technique.
We all know sleep is good. Not only does it feel good, it helps consolidate our memories, fixing them in the brain so we can retrieve them later.
But now, new research shows that sleep also seems to reorganize memories, by picking out the emotional details and reconfiguring the memories to help you produce new and creative ideas, according to the authors of an article in Current Directions in Psychological Science.
Hypnosis can help with those missing out on the correct amount of sleep. Sleep deprivation can be a major problem in our busy western society, and lack of sleep is the cause of a great many illnesses.
Once again Marc Savard puts his audience volunteers back into Hypnosis, only this time using the “Sleep Gun” Method. Hypnotist Marc Savard performs 6 nights a week in Las Vegas at the V Theater in Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino. In this clip, the sleep gun is also a powerful tool
Chris Hughes demonstrating Street Hypnosis with a student in Oxford
In 2011 I attended additional training in the art of rapid or instant hypnosis.
Traditional Hypnotherapy involves helping the client to progressively relax all parts of their body is an organised (hypnotherapist led) fashion. It can take up to 10 minutes to complete properly and is then followed by a deepening procedure ( which can take up to 15 minutes) where the client is led into a much deeper state of relaxation (trance) with the use of metaphors (stories).
Imagine of all of this could be done in around 5 minutes! – That’s what Rapid Hypnosis is; and the end result is that it leaves more time in the hypnotherapy session for the ‘real’ work that needs to be achieved with the client.