Hypnosis for weight loss, Client Review

What is it like to be hypnotized to quit smoking?

One week after her quit smoking session – Video

Who Is The Best Hypnotist?

It’s a fair question to ask. Who is the best hypnotist?

If you’re shopping around for a hypnotist you may find out there are plenty of people who advertise “hypnosis” …. or you may find only one or two.

How are you going to choose? It’s a good question.

Your hypnotists training, qualifications and experience are important but so is how you feel about him. Trust is vital.

Let’s face it, you are going to allow a stranger to manipulate your thinking, you have to feel trust.

I make every effort to make my business presentation as kind and professional as possible. I also have written books about hypnosis and and taught courses, I’ve worked with nearly 10,000 people but if you can’t feel trust when we’re together it will quickly go south.

Transparency, is another quality I would look for. I know how important it is for a hypnotist to put on a good face, it’s a service industry. Notice if the hypnotist you talk to is focused more on you or on getting the appointment. Ask tough questions like “How many years have you practiced hypnosis?” and “Is this a full time job?” and “Where is your office?”.

I’ll be candid with you and admit I don’t take every person who wants to be hypnotized. I need to make sure you really want to quit smoking, lose weight or get over your anxiety.

Hypnosis is not a magic pill for everything but I’ve seen it do amazing things. Someone once offered to pay me so they might grow wings with hypnosis. I told them I would take their money as long as they understood the incredibly small likelihood of success. I took their money. No, they didn’t grow wings.

I would prefer to work with clients who have serious intentions to better their lives.

The best answer to “How to find a good hypnotist?” is to look around. Do your research and ask serious questions. A good hypnotist will welcome it.


Are you scared of Hypnosis?

watchhypno[1]Let’s face it, there are people who just don’t understand hypnosis and it SCARES them! What are they afraid of?

After nearly 20 years of doing hypnosis professionally their fears can be fit into a few simple categories:

Losing Control
People don’t like thinking that someone else is going to change them even if it’s a change they want. They fear trusting someone enough to let someone else, a skilled hypnotist, to work with their mind.

What I like to point out is by the time they have considered hypnosis they are already out of control. If they could have made the change they want (quit smoking, lose weight, etc.) they already would have.

I further point out that I have no interest or desire to turn anyone into a hypnotic slave as if that were possible!

Fear of “Going Under”
I’ve only heard this a few times but it’s a fear that some people have toward medical anesthesia and losing consciousness.

Let me clear something up, no one loses consciousness during hypnosis. In fact the awareness is sharpened to laser point and aimed giving you the solution you want. Some people CAN be instructed to not remember certain things but this doesn’t work on most hypnosis subjects and is seldom useful. You’ll benefit more by remembering EVERY aspect of what happened in your hypnosis session.

Fear of Doing Something Embarrassing
This fear comes from what people have seen during hypnosis stage shows.

Yes, stage hypnosis is real hypnosis all be it a different strain from clinical hypnosis. People hypnotized during a stage hypnosis show KNOW they are going to be on stage and have some idea what to expect. They are WILLING volunteers.

Not all stage show volunteers are accepted either. A hypnosis show is fast moving and fun so the hypnotist has to select the most cooperative and responsive subjects.

As a hypnotist with decades of experience let me reassure you that you won’t be asked to do anything embarrassing. All I ask you to do is follow my instructions, make the changes I tell you to and, hopefully, pay me for the changes you’ve made.

If you have any concerns or questions about hypnosis please let me know! I’ll answer all your questions.