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Hypnotic Inductions: An Easy Tip

UnconsciousMovementWhat is ‘unconscious movement’, and how is it useful? What’s one simple technique you can throw into almost any hypnotic induction to make hypnosis easier.? What kinds of things lead to trance and what kinds of things lead away from it? Do we make decisions with our conscious minds or our unconscious mind? How does moving slowly get you there faster? Also, watch the most boring video possible in…

An Easy Hypnotic Induction Tip

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The Mind Works In (Sort Of) Mysterious Ways

Elevator_ButtonsHow do solutions to our problems seem to spontaneously pop into our minds? Can we make that happen? The answer is yes and you’ll find four powerful tips for making it happen for yourself and/or your clients. Plus, what do elevators have to do with songwriting? What does love have to do with the Russian alphabet? And when can looking at something backwards help?

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The Mind Works In (Sort Of) Mysterious Ways

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How Long Does It Take To Break A Habit?

Light BulbSome people say it takes 6 weeks to break a habit. Untrue. Habits can be broken in an instant, but you’ve got to understand what’s important. Habits, by definition, are unconscious. You do them without thinking. So, there’s the unconscious programming part of it. In this post, we take a look at a little experiment that tells us just how easy it is to break the unconscious programming part of a habit in…

How Long Does It Take To Break A Habit?

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Persuasion, Values and Rapport

SmoothieIf you are a hypnotherapist or NLP practitioner, your job is to persuade people — unconsciously. Values are a powerful lever in helping people change. They’re also a pathway to deep rapport. What does this all have to do with an “Extreme Green Power Smoothie”? How do you persuade people (including me)? How do you use values to help people stop smoking or change other habits?

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Persuasion, Values and Rapport

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