What Is Hypnotic Regression?

The term “hypnotic regression” covers a technique where the hypnotist guides the client back to a previous experience in his life. This will often be done with “the affect bridge” technique. When the client is in the hypnotic state of mind, the hypnotist will ask the client’s subconscious mind to go back to the first … Read more

I Can’t Be Hypnotized

This article deals with a common misunderstanding about hypnosis. As a hypnotist, you will often hear people who claim they cannot be hypnotized. Usually, it’s because they have tried hypnosis, and it didn’t feel like they expected it to handle, or that they don’t like their idea of hypnosis. This article clears many common misunderstandings … Read more

Are Addictions Cureable In One Session?

Let me start by saying that hypnosis is not a miracle cure, even though it sometimes seems to be. There are cases where the client is cured of alcoholism, drug addiction, or something similar in one session, but that’s not the norm. Therefore, you shouldn’t be disappointed if your habit isn’t completely gone after one … Read more

How Do I Hypnotize Someone?

This question is often asked by people seeking to “control” the behavior of someone and at the same time thinks that there is a specific method to accomplish this. I must disappoint anyone with these beliefs! If it were possible to control someone through a simple hypnotic induction, we wouldn’t have any crime in this … Read more

What Is Direct vs. Indirect Suggestion?

The term “hypnotic suggestions” covers the things the hypnotist asks of the client to experience while being in the hypnotic state of mind. These suggestions can be very direct or indirect, also termed traditional vs. permissive techniques. Straightforward guidance could be something like this: “Your hand will become weightless and rise high in the air,” … Read more

How Will I Know If I’m Hypnotized?

Since I frequently hear the phrase “Is hypnosis real?” I understand that some people want to know if they have been hypnotized. The main problem with proving hypnosis is a natural state of mind. Not only is it a natural state, but the cures that hypnosis provides are also perceived as something natural. This is … Read more

Will Unpleasant Memories Surface In Hypnosis?

Certain people have adopted the Freudian belief that the subconscious mind contains all the past trauma. When they combine this belief with information about hypnosis, as working directly with the subconscious mind, the conclusion tends to go something like this: “Wouldn’t I risk that hypnosis opens a gate in the subconscious mind that will start … Read more

Common Questions And Misconceptions About Hypnosis And Hypnotherapy

This written an article that seeks to explain the many misconceptions that exist in people’s minds. Before you even consider hypnosis or hypnotherapy as a treatment for your problem, you need to understand the content of this article. Every hypnotist needs to learn the facts about hypnosis and not just adopt the impressions from cartoons … Read more

Can Hypnosis Be Dangerous?

From everything I have heard and read, there has not been a single case of hypnosis being dangerous to the client. Many people fear that hypnosis will unleash the wrath of the subconscious mind, but that belief often stems from a Freudian train of thought, which is pretty outdated. It’s also a common misunderstanding that … Read more