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As many of you know I just relocated away from Alabama in Jan. of this year. For 18 yrs I lived in the surburb of Pleasant Grove, Al outside of Birmingham, Al It is the one that was hit by the tornado earlier this week. My sister still lives there and was thankfully unhurt. Her street was one of 2 in the community that was spared from total destruction. There is no power and will not be for weeks to months since the substation was blown away also. Most of the cell phone towers are gone…Continue
Just added some pics from tonight and my hit Hypnosis show on Broadway, yes, your Trance-Master, hits the great White Way with a corporate show tonight.
Just added pcis, the cations didn't come out, sorry about that, some hang up on the Ning Boards.
Going to bed soon!
Time to Trance On! zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz!
Added by John Cerbone - The Trance-Master on April 28, 2011 at 8:30pm — No Comments
I saw this on the news last week. Much of our ability to empathize with another's emotions lies in our ability to mimic their expressions. Paralyzing facial muscles has to varying degrees reduced the ability to connect emotionally to other people.
I received a surprise this weekend from one lovely and talented hypnotist: Jackie Spencer. Amid the box of wonderful prizes was one amazing item: a Buddha Board.
The Buddha Board is a tablet on which you paint with water. Eventually, the images fade, leaving a clean slate. I like its reminders of the temporary condition of life and to live in the moment.
I can't decide if I will keep it at home or take…Continue
I know a fellow hypnotist who I´ll call "A". He has tried to be hypnotized several times before and has had very limited success. Professionals have tried with him, including my mentor. After twice having an hour long session with my mentor he had a foot stuck to the ground. 2 weeks ago "A" asked me to hypnotize him. I did a few pretests and then used the Elman induction. I was too ambitious and went straight for a name change (told him when he opened his eyes his name would be Rosemary). He…Continue
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The office next to mine is being leased.... and so a construction crew is in doing remodeling, complete with sledge hammers and removing a wall. I have a client in a few minutes..... Today I am glad I use headphones and music in almost all of my hypnotherapy sessions....
Could I do hypnosis with all this noise, sure. But headphones are so much easier....
Not a blog as such for which I apologise but I wanted to appeal to the combined wisdom of all who share this community.
I have a friend who has M.E. This the second time she has had it, This time it came on after a operation for a small tumour found on her neck.
While I know there is no cure as such, does anyone here have any experience of M.E., know of any good books or websites I might read or visit or have any ideas at all (however wacky) that might allow…Continue
We all have watched in amazement at a really good Magician. “How does he do that?” we wonder. We know that it’s all "slight-of-hand" and "misdirection", but often we just can’t catch the Magician in his art.
So is Shamanism. It’s a tool; just like using NLP, chunking, Psych-K or Eriksonian story telling. Once you’re trained in this art, without reveling your slight-of-hand, you can: diminish and protect the client…Continue
It was time to do something about a little deck problem. This past winter, some of the cedar decking actually crumbled, finally succumbing to the wetness of the Pacific Northwest. I warned guests to stay off of it and did my best to create a negative hallucination when walking past.
A couple of weeks ago, I hired a local carpenter to replace the decking. Within a day, the rotting wood was removed and in a burn pile. That's when I got the bad news: the beams and posts were also damaged…Continue
As I write this from my room just north of the Vatican in Rome, I must assure you that everything is okay. Yesterday morning it did not seem that way for a little while. Here is the story:
It started Sunday morning when I was checking out of my hotel in Florence when I was informed that my debit card was declined. The hotel clerk asked in a nice but firm manner if I had a different credit card I could use. I did have another card, but use that account to handle my dad's affairs.…