Learn How to Hypnotize
by Steve G. Jones
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As the therapy of hypnosis becomes more and more popular throughout
the USA today, many Americans are interested in becoming hypnotists
themselves. The first and always most recommended way to begin this
process are to find an experienced hypnotist to study under. Of course
this is easier said than done but if you can find a hypnotist willing to
take the time to teach you their skills and the principles of hypnosis
this is by far the best way to begin. They can teach you the "tricks of
the trade" and do what they can to help you become a successful and
effective hypnotist through their professional guidance.
Any professional hypnotist will tell you that if you have someone who
wishes to be hypnotized or you have someone specific in mind, there are
those out there who cannot be hypnotized. Generally these types of
people are previously sceptical of hypnosis therapy and therefore their
mind blocks any attempt to break through the subconscious mind. Also as
someone new to the world of hypnosis it is important to understand that
you cannot simply try to hypnotize someone without their knowledge or
against their will. The mind is a powerful tool and as a hypnotist you
will learn to use the mind in your favour.
A simple test that hypnotists have been using for centuries to see just
how suggestible a patient is before the therapy begins is to have them
roll their eyes as far up and down as they can. The less color you can
see and the larger the white area suggests that they will be easy to
hypnotize and vice a versa. The environment you choose to conduct the
hypnosis therapy is essential in order to make sure everything works
properly and as successfully as possible. You need to find a calm, safe
and quiet atmosphere that your patients can find relaxing and inviting.
The ultimate goal when you are trying to hypnotize someone is to bring
them to a superior relaxation state. This means that they are so relaxed
that they no longer recognize or acknowledge their surroundings. You
want their focus to be strictly on you and what you are telling them to
do. If you can get a person to this state through environmental settings
and your tone of voice then you are on the right track.
In order to really learn the basics of hypnosis you should consider
taking seminars and training programs in order to make sure that you are
on the wrong track. There are many out there today who call themselves
hypnotists but do not fully have a grasp on what this age old therapy is
based on, without this information successful hypnosis is nearly
Look around this website and check out our learning resources to help
you develop and fully understand the basics of hypnosis. Through audio
recordings and MP3 tracks you can learn what age old teachers of
hypnosis have been trying to teach us for centuries. This is a small
investment in order to reach new levels within our mind to accomplish
much more than we could without this simple and natural therapy.
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Steve G. Jones is a graduate of the
University of Florida and is certified as a Clinical Hypnotherapist by the
National Guild of Hypnotists and the American Board of Hypnotherapy.
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