Do you enjoy reading hypnosis blogs? I think it’s great that hypnotists are blogging about their experiences, although some of them don’t know how to start a blog. If that’s you, then contact me and we’ll talk.
At any rate, here are the Top 10 Blogs that I always find myself reading:
One of the most popular hypnosis blogs on the internet, Whats On My Brain is updated by my good friend Joshua Houghton, who puts all sorts of good content on there. This is probably the blog I check most often. Highly recommended.
Second on the list is this site by Brian David Phillips. This site gets updated probably once a day, and even though the blog does go “off topic” of hypnosis quite a bit, Brian’s worthwhile posts often make up for it.
This is VelvetMallet’s blog, and he posts all sorts of great things on here! Definitely one to check out and put on your RSS feed.
Keys to the Mind was started by Nathan Thomas, a brilliant young hypnotist out of New Zealand who is always promoting one thing or another. Good blog to keep an eye on.
Matt Sison and Randy Shaw’s blog talks about Advanced Hypnotherapy concepts and techniques.
This site by Cal Banyan has a lot of advertisements, but Cal does deliver a lot of great free content, and I would be remiss not to put it on the list. His podcasts are lots of fun.
Ellie Blunt’s blog, The Transparent Hypnotist, features a ton of good information and interviews. In fact she interviewed me a while ago, which was a lot of fun.
This blog is updated once in a while with some interesting things — the latest post while I am writing this is one on persistence, which I am sure all of us can use in our lives.
Even though I’ve never met Jeff, this is a pretty cool blog with lots of interesting documents intermixed in. It might appeal more to the “conversational hypnosis” or “persuasion” crowd rather than the clinical hypnotist, though.
10) Your Hypnotist
And last by not least, Andy Mitchell’s blog contains guest articles and information for professional hypnotists. Andy and I have been friends for some time, and it’s always interesting to see what he comes up with!
That’s it! Did I miss any? Let me know if I did, and your thoughts on how you like these blogs. These are the ones that I read so you should be good in adding all of these to your RSS reader!