Hypnosis and NLP

Free Hypnosis Community Launches!

I’m excited to announce that after months of work, Josh Houghton and I have launched our top secret hypnosis project, and our Free Hypnosis and NLP Social Community is now LIVE!

Some of the great features we offer are:

  • Upload videos and photos
  • Start your own blog
  • Read and write reviews of hypnosis and NLP products
  • Start up your own groups for whatever you’d like
  • Chat with other like-minded people
  • Ask and get your questions answered
  • Participate in the forums
  • Read about and post the latest hypnotic events
  • Meet up with those people in your area
  • Play games
  • Network through Facebook, Skype, Myspace, Twitter, and more, all through your own page on our site.

So I’m proud to announce that after months of work, we are now opening the doors to our new FREE Hypnosis and NLP Social Community — it has officially gone live, and I am inviting you to come and join for free. We are not selling you anything, except knowledge and the chance to learn hypnosis and network with others who love hypnosis.

Our goal is to create the number 1 hypnosis social network site and we can’t do it without you. So come and join the site, have fun, ask questions, chat and have fun!

When you join make sure you look me up and add me as a friend.

Here’s the link:

Link: Tranced Out: Free Hypnosis and NLP Social Community

P.S. Please tell all your friends about this, or anyone you think would be interested. The more people you invite, the better this community will become. Thank you.


Hypnosis with a Crystal Ball

Brian David Phillips has shared with us once again his tendency for crazy and yet effective methods of hypnosis – this time with a Crystal Ball!

Hypnosis and NLP

Better Golfers See Bigger Holes

Jessica K. Witt, an assistant professor at Purdue University, found that golfers who play well are more likely to actually see a bigger hole.

Interesting. Does this validate all of Bandler’s experiments that he claims he did, but nobody seems to know how to find a record of it? Bandler says he worked with golfers to have them blow up (make bigger) the picture in the distance, so that they could hit more precisely.

Witt’s research team conducted three experiments. In the first, 46 golfers were asked to estimate the size of the hole after they played a round of golf. The diameter of a golf hole is 10.8 centimeters. The golfers selected one of nine black holes from a poster that ranged in size from 9-13 centimeters. Those who selected larger holes were the same players who had better scores on the course that day.

These findings matched up with previous research by Witt and Proffitt which found that people who were successful at hitting a ball remembered it as larger.

The question all golfers, and other athletes, will be asking is: how can I change my perception to increase my performance?

Great question.

I think it’s interesting how asking better questions can change the level of feedback we’re getting from our subconscious minds, as well as the level of results that appears in our lives.