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Dr. Oz Talks About Hypnosis for Weight Loss

Since my last post on The Complete Self Hypnosis Weight Loss Strategy, I’ve been getting lots of comments from readers who have used hypnosis to lose weight and to gain a better level of control over their lives. Today, someone told me that Dr. Oz had a show that was specifically on how hypnosis could […]

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The Complete Self Hypnosis Weight Loss Strategy

As with any other area of self hypnosis, weight loss involves following a clear strategy. Broadly speaking, this has three elements to it – setting a clear goal, identifying obstacles and ways to get around them, and developing resources where necessary. For weight loss, you can think of this as Eyes on the Prize, Exorcize […]

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Betty Erickson Self Hypnosis Technique for Stress

This technique was developed by Betty Erickson, who was the wife of Dr. Milton Erickson who we all know and love. Although Dr. Erickson’s wife was not a hypnotist per say, she did have an understanding of how our representational systems (visual – auditory – kinesthetic) impacted our world, and the trance state. This is […]

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NLP and Hypnosis Belief Change Using Transparency

Engage the imagination, Change the belief. Here is a belief change process that is quite cool that I came up with today. It hasn’t been coded yet into a “ready set and go” technique but for the intermediate to advanced hypnotists and NLPers out there, you will find a lot of great things to use […]

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Conscious and Unconscious Mind Positioning (for Coaching and NLP)

Here is a quick hypnosis and NLP technique that I often use: When explaining the pre-talk to the person, tap a space on the table that is closer to them, and label it the “conscious” mind. Then refer to a space closer to you, and label it the “unconscious mind.” This way when you’re talking, […]

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Essential Personal Development Skills

As hypnotists and NLP practitioners we’re constantly trying to nail things down. If somebody says they just want to be “happy”, we need to know what that actually means. What makes me happy might drive another person to the depths of despair, and vice versa. The same is true in the field of personal development. […]

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