Have you noticed? There is just one more week before the cut-off registration date for my quietly revolutionary hypnotism training. Much as I long to start blog posts on Academy Award Nominees for 2014, I can’t resist squeezing in today’s blog post.
Preparing for this Clean-Pristine NGH-Certified Hypnotism Training, I keep finding more ways to apply the ancient art to problem solving. Real human problems, using the power of your subconscious mind.
Overcoming Problem-Solving Prejudice
Yes, comparing meditation OR hypnosis is one of the most popular topics at this blog, including one of three ? topics that made it onto our Top 10 Most Popular List over the past 12 months.
Will more articles, aura readings, and discussion be forthcoming on this controversial topic? You bet!
Many of you Blog-Buddies have always been fascinated by hypnotherapy. Others may have had a reaction more like mine. Prejudice.
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, my former guru, used to rail against hypnotism.
In my upcoming Hypnotism Training, I’ll face the truth behind many critiques of hypnosis… clarifying the unfair criticisms and dealing with apprehensions that might be justified…. and how to make sure you can avoid them, both in your own masterful self-hypnosis and while helping others.
I have found many technical points related to hypnosis practice that can inform your professional work as a hypnotist or hypnotherapist.
In a general way, too, the Founder of Transcendental Meditation used to mock those who tried to “Solve a problem on the level of the problem.”
Hypnotism really can help a person to stop smoking, lose weight, suffer less from stress, release fears, handle chronic pain without drugs, and solve so many other problems. With success documented amply by research studies.