As a rule I no longer give “hypnotic suggestions” to my clients. The result is that hypnosis works every time … for every client I have.
This second edition of Mind Control Hypnosis invites anyone interested in hypnosis to consider how, as a hypnotist, making a few seemingly small changes can give you unbelievable results.
Here are few gems that you’ll learn from reading Mind Control Hypnosis:
Most hypnotists will tell you “You can’t be made to do something in hypnosis that is against your Will.” Most of them actually believe it. But a few of the most experienced hypnotists simply say it to put people at ease. They know that, in the right hands, very few people can resist a skilled hypnotist. Skilled hypnotists know what it takes to resist their hypnotic instructions and it’s not what most people would think.
There are two reasons hypnotists continue to hold so tightly to this information about the human Will?
Reason #1 – Because they don’t want others to have the power they have. In spite of what they may want you to believe hypnotists are human beings. They have egos and ambitions just like everyone else. A lot of hypnotists discover something that works really well and they’ll want to keep it to themselves. I’m no different. I sat on this for over a year before I decide to put it to print.
Reason #2 – Because it frightens away clients who believe they have some sort of Will Power. The belief that we have control over our lives is one of our central needs that help us feel secure. But the fact is most people have very little real Will Power. For most people real Will Power is a myth, a story, even a fantasy. Facing this truth, for most people, is a humbling experience.The secret of the human Will is that it’s much easier to overcome than anyone has ever thought.The good news is that these secrets can help hypnotists and their clients to improve. Hypnotists become more effective and more compassionate and their clients discover exactly what they can do to the get most from any hypnosis session.Mind Control Hypnosis describes how skilled hypnotists bypass the human Will and get people to do things that seem out-of-the-ordinary. Thankfully, most of these hypnotists are good and decent people who use this knowledge to help people improve their lives.
Until now, the most helpful and honest book I’ve discovered about hypnosis and mind control has been Carla Emery’s “Secret, Don’t Tell: An Encyclopedia of Hypnosis”. I continue to be amused and saddened whenever I read a statement from a celebrated professional that hypnosis cannot be used to influence humans to perform acts that would normally be unacceptable. I look forward to the day when our society accepts the reality that the power of suggestion can be used as much for harm, as it can be used for healing. I believe that it is especially essential – when working as a mental health professional with clients who have suffered from trauma or abuse – to use techniques and interventions that – unlike hypnosis – help to develop and/or reinforce those clients’ INTERNAL locus of control.
- By Kathleen A. Sullivan
Mind Control Hypnosis is an amazing consolidation of the wisdom of the ages from many hypnotist/sages and defines the hypnosis process to a samori razor sharp edge. The book confirmes the power of our mind and the responsibility of the Hypnotherapist. Short, Sweat, and Simple … nuff said! ^j^oe Kingman, CCHt.
- By Joe Kingman
Actually i shouldnt be writing this, because this is a real gem for real hypnotists
and i love to keep this for myself lol … but something says i must, since i am also
a hypnosis intructor who teaches this for years now in a similar fast and effective way.
So, I am not talking about the hypnotists who do it the hard way (indirect), but only
the ones that already have a little experience, and want to know and learn why
it can be soooo simple and so fast. It really can. No really.
I am one of those hypnotists: i have helped so many people with their problems,
in often ONE 15/20-minute-session! Yes, it can be done, but as long as you think
its impossible, then you just do it your hard way (wherin you can make many verbal mistakes).
As Dantalion puts it nicely: the power of hypnosis is underrated, because the power
of the mind is underrated. Dead on! Thats exactly the problem for lots of hypnotherapists.
It CAN be that easy to do. How? read the book, stick with it, do it, and be fearless!
(Oh, and take a course with Dantalion (or Jeffrey Stephens) for the must-have hands-on training)
By the way: Dantalion’s definition of hypnosis is absolutely brilliant and says it all.
A MUST have for everyone that wants to learn how to really help people in a few mins using real hypnosis.
~Rudy - NGH/OMNIgrad/ICBCH/WLM/ESLINGER etc. certified Hypnotist (and all these mean nothing
without doing it, but i still added them so you know i’ve read and studied before to say the least )