Wow!!...It's been months since I've been on Hypnothoughts! I guess between, Facebook and Twitter (feel free to follow me @hypnobuzz) I don't bother surfing anywhere else too much on the www. That's a shame, because there's always so much great info and discussion here.
My other excuse for my absenteeism is that my other spare time is spent with the ongoing development of my stage hypno biz (not to mention the gigs which take me all over North America), as well as the fact, I also hold… Continue
Added by Buzz Collins on April 15, 2010 at 11:00am —
I am often asked if people can actually become happier through being hypnotized. At first, this may sound like an odd question.
However, through my experiences and what I have seen over the years, my answer is a firm yes.
However, is… Continue
Added by Jonathan Chase on April 14, 2010 at 11:00pm —
I started to practice the art of thinking and focusing on what I would like to manifest and have been for the last couple years. Easier said than done I found. I had started to think, focus and envision myself doubling my income. This was a couple years ago. I was working on opening an office in town to do hypnotherapy. After just three months I got a call at work out of the blue from a guy looking for a Branch Manager for his business. I met with him and found that it was not… Continue
Added by Bruce Taylor on April 14, 2010 at 5:18pm —
There are countless people out there who have been trained as hypnotherapists. They have a certificate that they can hang on their wall. Yet, the facts are that only a small percentage of people actually make their living through this means.
I tend to apply the Perato principle to many… Continue
Added by Jonathan Chase on April 13, 2010 at 11:00pm —
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Added by Craig Eubanks on April 12, 2010 at 10:00am —
HI, Leslie here. I would like to earnestly thank everyone who gave their experience and support for my blog. I got many insights and am upgrading my approach. I'm fairly new at this as a profession, but will count on this site and its members for many years to come.
Added by Leslie McCall on April 12, 2010 at 9:20am —
Well, I seem to be lost in all that I have to do. My goal this year is to establish a Stage hypnosis business. I was talking to my wife last night and we made a list of things to do and put them in order of what we will do first to last. Anyways, On May 8th I have my first paying Gig. It is a graduation party. Not much, but a start. This given I have not started to market myself as of yet. I also have two bars that want me to possibly do a weekly show to help bring in paytrons… Continue
Added by Bruce Taylor on April 11, 2010 at 2:55am —
Today I heard from someone who has been using my Dance Like a Goddess CD. Though it's designed for belly dancers, several ballroom dancers have been using it with good results. One of them said that her instructor noted the dramatic difference between her panic-stricken performance at last year's showcase and her cool, easy demeanor at this year's. She said that the only thing different was the hypnosis.
Then I found out that this dancer is a Licensed Professional Counselor, and… Continue
Added by Hazlerig- www.HypnosisAustin.com on April 10, 2010 at 6:18pm —
Lately I have been hearing and reading alot of people in the stage hypnosis business talking about progressive relaxation. Some love, some hate it. Here is what should be the final word. In a show if you manage to put your volunteers into a deep trance in a reasonable amount of time without boring the audience does it matter how you do it? If I eat a banana over 5 minutes and all my volunteers go into trance is it wrong? Absolutely not! Do what works for you and your stage persona, if your… Continue
Added by JayDee Hypnotist on April 10, 2010 at 4:28pm —
Hat Tip to Susan H.…
Added by Michael Ellner on April 9, 2010 at 8:56am —
Hi, Just joined. I've been certified as a clinical hypnotherapist since Dec 09, absolutely LOVE it, but am getting cancellations, non payments, and negative feedback. I've had great training, I know I do wonderful job, but need to know how long other therapists keep the clients coming back? I do a general intake session with short relaxation hypnosis, then an individualized therapy session, and one follow up. I send home a CD of the session, and then leave it up to the client to make follow up… Continue
Added by Leslie McCall on April 8, 2010 at 9:38am —
Michael Ellner on the radio -- www.WBAI.org -- 12noon - 1PM Today 4/7/10 -- IBS - Awareness Month / Hypnosis in Pain Management Settings
Or hear it on the archives --… Continue
Added by Michael Ellner on April 7, 2010 at 7:15am —
Added by Craig Eubanks on April 6, 2010 at 3:34pm —
I just got home from the 3 day class of regression and parts with Roy Hunter. It was a life changing class. I'm so happy! What Roy has to offer is SO valuable and needed for a bunch of different client issues. As a client, I don't think I'd seek out a hypnotherapist who wasn't trained in parts therapy. I was lucky to be the "demonstratee" for the class and so Roy gave a demo of parts with me. The integration of it took 2 days, but I am SO much more clear about my life direction than I ever have… Continue
Added by CindyLou on April 6, 2010 at 1:03pm —
With the sale of the guest house and the purchase of our new house last year - and some other dramas that transpired in my life over the course of my 40th b'day, also last year, I hit an all time low in my life.
So this is the beginning of my journey so far........
Barry had arranged a trip to Zanzibar for the 2 of us as a 40th birthday present to me - we were set to leave on the day after my…
Added by Lisa Erasmus on April 6, 2010 at 5:02am —
Added by Pattie Freeman CI, CHT on April 5, 2010 at 6:02pm —
Last Saturday, I finally got someone out to Sherwood Forest Faire to film me doing my "Not Magic Tricks"--spinning my hypno-spiral and demonstrating my tri-pendulum. I often use these as a lead-in to some street hypnosis, depending on the interest of the audience.
So we got some good footage of the Not-Magic Tricks, but I didn't get any hypnosis volunteers--until after we quit filming. Then I got two somnambulists, both of them quite good trancers and easy on the eyes . . . Would… Continue
Added by Hazlerig- www.HypnosisAustin.com on April 5, 2010 at 10:26am —
Added by Susan French on April 4, 2010 at 6:00am —
Yesterday, I got to teach a workshop for college music majors, aimed at helping them conquer stage fright and develop stage presence. They were a great group, and it was lots of fun. One of the attendees was a music teacher from a nearby arts magnet high school, who wants me to work with her students . . .
And then when I got home, I found an email from a ballroom dancer who had attended my last hypnosis for belly dancers workshop. She is giving me a lot of great… Continue
Added by Hazlerig- www.HypnosisAustin.com on April 2, 2010 at 8:30pm —
:The Internet's already starting to look different, says Gizmodo, in a piece of interest not only to everyone with an iPad floating around the UPS system, but also those of us thinking about some other kind of tablet in the medium-term future. As they put it, "The iPad… Continue
Added by Craig Eubanks on April 2, 2010 at 12:10pm —