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Why study hypnotism? 10 reasons to say Yes! to professional training

Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis

 

Hypnotism is a skill set to activate the power of your subconscious mind. Hypnotism can help you use your full potential in life.

That’s the overall benefit for anyone who practices self-hypnosis or is moved into depth trance as a client. But what is hypnotism to a graduate, someone who has taken professional training? Someone who studies how to hypnotize clients with me, for instance.

Your taking this training, for instance. What will you get if you enroll in the NGH-Certified Hypnotism Training that I will offer for the first time in 2014? You have the opportunity to master this complex skill set.

Modestly, the National Guild of Hypnotists calls hypnotism a way to help ordinary people solve ordinary problems.

Problems? What, might you know anybody who would like to solve problems?

There’s a clue about why you might choose to become a professional hypnotist, whether full-time or part-time or just for yourself. Let’s consider 10 big reasons why you might say “Yes!” to taking a course in NGH-certified hypnotism.

1. Hypnotism can be a tremendous gift to yourself.

By graduation, you will know the field of hypnotism inside out. While you can learn self-hypnosis from many sources, this professional training will teach you several methods. As a Consulting Hypnotist (CH), you will know many easy ways to use hypnotism for your own benefit, when to use it, how to use it.

2. Problem solving.

Trying to find the answers to life’s persistent problems? You could hire Guy Noir, from Garrison Keillor’s radio show. Or, in reality, you could use hypnotism.

Hypnosis Quiz, the Answers

 

Yes, somehow you have guessed! Here come answers to our latest quiz. In a way, this latest quiz has broken a record… for the smallest number of responses ever. (Trust adventurous AMANDA and PRIMROSE to have been the only quiz-takers so far!)

In a way I’m not surprised at the small response. So many people don’t value hypnosis enough. At least on the level of the conscious mind. (Your Inner Self has a very different opinion, undoubtedly. More on that later.)

World Hypnotism Day Quiz

 

Proudly I join my fellow consulting hypnotists in celebration of World Hypnotism Day.

  • Hypnosis doesn’t just mean “You are getting sleepy, sleepy” from an old movie.
  • Hypnosis isn’t really about stage shows that make audience members laugh, yet feel deeply embarrassed, at the same time.

How does hypnotism work, really?That’s a time-sensitive question, because today’s hypnotism may be very different from what you learned about as a child.

Aura Reading Larry Garrett, Hypnosis Superstar

Annette Bening Aura Reading

 

Healing the Enemy is Larry Garrett’s true tale of hypnotizing Uday Hussein, the eldest son of Saddam Hussein. So far, I’m only part-way through the book, savoring and underlining as I go.

I especially love the part where he likens the hypnotist’s art, reaching a person’s subconscious mind, to cracking a safe. Listening to the tumblers fall, Mr. Garrett (a.k.a. “Owner of a room at the highest level of the house”) knows that he can always succeed.

Face Reading the Renowned Hypnotist Larry Garrett

Annette Bening Aura Reading

 

Just because you like this guy so much, chances are, after he walks in the room, you will close your eyes.

Larry Garrett is the kind of person you would want to hypnotize you. Thousands have paid him to hypnotize them and survived extremely nicely.

Many have returned as clients year after year. Here’s the career statistic that tells it all about Larry Garrett: Fully booked healer  (averaging 30+ clients per week)… for the last 20 years.

Aura Reading Debunks Medical Use of Marijuana

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Blog-Buddies, recently we’ve been having intense conversations around Aura Reading and how it reveals major problems with smoking pot.

One conversation relates to my recent email on Aura Reading and Pot excerpted on “All Things Considered.” Another is the Aura Reading of a Pothead, where Comment #20 came in today from Mary: