Advanced NLP Mental Training

Even if you are tied up and gagged you can do this Advanced Mental Training for sex.

The end benefit? You decide. People have experienced more rapport, connectedness and understanding from this mental training.

Follow along with the steps of this transcript from a private session with Jim, an Inner Circle Member of mine, and his lover Lily.

1. Choose 1 particular orgasmic experience: “Jim, I want you to think of a time that you had great orgasm. Pick one particular time that you can remember thoroughly.”

“Relive this time when you had a great orgasm from your own point of view.

You are seeing out of your own eyes, hearing with your own ears, and having the feelings you had in response to that time.”

2. Now look over at Lily [your lover], your and notice how her way of being in the world is expressed nonverbally in her voice tone, her tempo, her postures, movements, and gestures, etc.

Temporarily leaving behind your own beliefs, values and assumptions about sex, gently move toward her and step into her, so that you can experience this
situation as she does. As if you are your lover.

As your lover, run that same mental movie of that sex scene, as you discover what it is like to be her having this orgasm with you.

Take some time to do this, again with a sense of curiosity about what you can learn from this. What thoughts you are having?

How and where in your body do you notice orgasm?

How does your body react?

You may want to repeat the mental movie once or twice to be sure that you experience it all thoroughly from this perspective…

3. Now I want you to allow yourself to move out to the side to a comfortable position from which you can see yourself and your lover equally well (or allow the scene to move around until you are in a comfortable position to observe the two of you).

From this position… Run the exact same mental movie that you just saw. But from this new perspective, seeing and hearing that time when you had sex again, this time simply with an attitude of curiosity about what you can learn about this interaction between him and her over there.


K. DuBois M.A., B.A., C.HT.

Hypnosis has Many Uses

Hypnosis has many uses

Hypnosis is a therapy that can be used to improve the concentration levels and thereby achieving your goals and ambitions in life. It helps to increase the self confidence and self esteem.

If you have got more good traits but you are shy to express anything then you certainly need hypnosis therapy. You need not be arrogant or selfish, but you should possess self confidence to achieve your goals. For improving self confidence you should first get ready mentally to remove your negative thoughts and believe in yourself and in your capabilities.

Consider these points about hypnosis:

1) You should learn to eliminate the unnecessary fears you have that are burdens in your career. For example, if anybody praises you and you do not feel that you are not fit for that, you need to learn to accept and enjoy admiration. This will help to improve your self confidence. In short, you should not think too much about what others will say but rather you should instead focus on removing your doubts. You can thus learn to make positive decisions and this will help you to attain self confidence and self esteem.

2) You can use hypnosis to get relief from worry, pain, stress and fear. Some people will have many fear and phobias. And such things can act as hurdles for self improvement. In these case, you can use hypnosis to get rid of fears and phobias. You can start either self hypnosis or get the help of a hypnotist.

3) You can also learn to be happy with the help of hypnosis. Life will be harder if you are indulge in sadness and worries all the time. You must learn to be cheerful. Be happy hypnosis will help you to eliminate your sadness quickly. You can remove your negative thoughts with the help of hypnosis.

‘Be happy’ hypnosis motivates to produce a world carefree and happy. The happiness starts from your inner mind. You should stay relaxed and set your mind to be happy. Always wake up with the smile. Tell your subconscious mind that you are self content with everything you have.

4) Many people think that hypnosis is a strange subject. But you can use even self hypnosis to change your behavior and thoughts. Many experts believe that our thoughts rule our body. So the more you think positively the more you can attain positive results. You must also learn not to focus your mind in negative thinking. This is because negative thoughts can have the same impact like positive thoughts.

5) Hypnosis helps the inner mind to relax. In this relaxed mind status you can tell our suggestions repeatedly to your subconscious mind. This will help you improvement in personal life or in business.

6) Hypnotism can help those people who really want to be hypnotized. It will not help you if you want not to be hypnotized. Hypnosis really relaxes you from your worries and stress levels. You can feel like you’ve had hours of sound sleep when you are in medium trances for minutes.

In short, you can use hypnosis for nearly anything. Even if you want to lose your body weight you can do that with hypnosis. Hypnosis also helps to get rid of addictions to smoke, drinks, drugs, computer or video games.

Love Strategies

I’m curious what your strategy for falling in love and what’s your strategy for staying in love with that person.

A ‘strategy’ refers to how we create mind-body-emotion states that determine steps that create the experience. Similar is a formula for baking a pie. There are certain steps and ingredients that go into baking the pie for it to come out just right. If we follow the instructions, we can replicate it again and again.

This holds true for love too. There is a structure to loving and being loved. Most people have not given conscious thought to what “counts” as love to us.

And since our love strategy consists mainly of internal processes that we go through to create the sense of being in love it can be truly beneficial to take a moment to find your strategy.

Have you ever felt “romantic love?” [notice the specification – romantic. Specify and you will get a better result].

What was it like? When did that happen?

How do you know it was romantic love?

Now go back to that time and place in your mind where you felt romantic love. Pick out one specific memory. Be there now, experience it as though you are there.

Explore your strategy:

What were you experiencing that brings on this feeling?

What do you need to see, hear or feel to know that you’re totally romantically loved?

Is it something you see?

Hear? Certain words or tone?

Being touched in a certain way?

What let’s you know?

What has to be there for you to be loved?

If you are not quite sure, then check by eliminating sensory awarenesses.

For example, if you saw the things that are important for you but you were not touched, would you know you’re romantically loved?

And just keep eliminating until you find the lead strategy.

Hypnosis Techniques Explained

There are a number of hypnosis techniques that are particularly successful. The best technique is the one with which you are the most comfortable. You may also find that a combination of different techniques works best for you.

Some of the popular hypnotism techniques are as follows:

* Conversational or Covert Hypnosis
* Subliminal Hypnosis
* Handshake Induction
* Hypnosis Spiral
* Progressive Relaxation
* Bright Objects
* Video Hypnosis

Conversational Hypnosis

Conversational hypnosis is a technique whereby the person undergoing hypnosis is not aware that he or she is being hypnotized. It is one of the most effective techniques in the field of hypnosis. It is particularly effective when the audience trusts the hypnotist. This technique requires the hypnotist to have thoroughly mastered the art of conversational hypnosis. It is highly effective for those who are in fields such as sales.

Subliminal Hypnosis

This technique is useful for those who are attempting to hypnotize themselves and improve their behavior. It is one of the most effective methods used to persuade others, to help people make better lifestyle choices, and to further develop their good qualities. It is beneficial in advertising as well as in fields that deal with self-improvement.

Handshake Induction

This technique causes the person undergoing hypnosis to lapse into a trance-like state that is short lived but quite powerful. In this type of hypnosis, every second is important. The hypnotist should therefore make any suggestions very quickly. The hypnotist may employ a number of different skills in connection with this technique.

Hypnosis Spiral

In this technique, the hypnotist moves an object – usually a swinging pendulum – in a spiral motion, and this causes the person being hypnotized to lapse into the trance-like state. The Hypnosis Spiral is one of the best methods with which to quickly and effectively achieve a desired result

Progressive Relaxation

This is the recommended method in many clinical settings. The hypnotist induces a hypnotic trance in the subject by causing the subject to tense and then relaxing every muscle in his or her body until he or she has reached a completely relaxed state. At this point, the subject is open to suggestion. The hypnotist suggests that the patient’s eyelids are getting heavy, that his or her limbs are going limp, etc.

Bright Objects

This technique is similar to the Hypnosis Spiral. In this technique, the hypnotist instructs the subject to focus on a shiny, bright object. The subject sustains this focus until it becomes difficult to concentrate and the eyelids become heavy. The hypnotist then begins to speak and tells the subject to close his or her eyes and relax. If the mind of the subject is open to suggestion, the subject will comply and the session will start.

Video Hypnosis

With the increasing popularity of the internet, the use of Video Hypnosis has become a favorite technique of many people who undergo hypnosis. This technique is particularly effective in conjunction with self-hypnosis.

Can’t Fall Asleep? Hypnosis, Brainwaves and Stopping Insomnia

Can’t Fall Asleep? Hypnosis, Brainwaves and Stopping Insomnia

Sufferers of insomnia have problems getting their Beta brainwaves into an Alpha state. When the conscious mind is experiencing anger, conflict, fear, anxiety, and worry, the brain has a hard time functioning. The brain feels like it cannot relax, and this leads to insomnia.

To make things worse, insomniacs worry throughout the day about not being able to sleep at night. And the more they worry, the more difficult it becomes for them to sleep. Worrying about insomnia actually creates insomnia.

It is possible to change this behavior, but it can require help. You have to learn how to slip into an Alpha brain state. And then you have to learn how to eliminate the triggers that prevent you from going into a deep sleep. Hypnosis is a very effective way for people to learn to retrain their brains in this manner. It is a safe and effective option for those who do not wish to take pills.

Hypnosis changes the way the subconscious mind works. Hypnosis audio tapes are available for people who suffer from insomnia. Insomniacs can listen to while they are trying to sleep and while they are asleep. These tapes tap into subconscious mind and correct the negative thoughts that prevent them from sleeping.

Hypnosis usually begins with breathing techniques that help you breathe correctly. It then helps you to release any tension stored in your body. It also taps into your subconscious, as it were pushing your conscious mind off to the side. In this way, hypnosis helps you to eliminate the things that are causing you to associate negative thoughts with sleep.

Hypnosis works great in conjunction with learned relaxation. First, you learn to relax your mind. And then you learn how to relax your body. Hypnosis changes the way your mind thinks. Imagine that someone tells you not to think about something, regardless of what that thing is. You will find that you will not be able to think about anything else.

Insomnia and hypnosis have a similar relationship to each other. There are several downloadable hypnosis techniques available online that also teach a person how to relax their mind and their body in preparation for sleep.

Some people may choose visit a trained hypnotist, while others employ self-help hypnosis audio tapes that they purchase online. Your success will depend on your thought process as well as how badly you want hypnosis to work. It also depends on how open you are to hypnosis.

Fast Phobia Fix With Hypnosis

Hypnosis phobia

Hypnosis is a process that puts helpful suggestions into a person’s subconscious mind. It brings about a deep state of relaxation in which the mind becomes open to new ideas. The client will receive a detailed plan for curing a phobia.

A phobia is an irrational fear of an object or situation. And there are several different types of phobia. A phobia can be a fear of something specific, such as flying. Or a social phobia, which causes a person to feel anxiety about a social situation. An example of a specific phobia could be a fear of small animals. Social phobias might be a fear of giving a speech, talking to the boss, or meeting new people.

Over five percent of people has at least one phobia. And they usually begin in childhood. Some phobias can be debilitating. For example, someone with agoraphobia, a fear of the outside world, is unable to leave the house. Hypnosis is a proven way to cure phobias.

Hypnosis helps a person to form healthy thinking patterns. Indeed, a person no longer has to live with his or her phobia. A phobia takes control of a person’s life. Regain the control by using hypnosis to cure it.

Hypnosis will help you experience other health benefits, too. Clients have found that hypnosis calms the mind and body. Hypnosis relieves stress and reduces anxiety. The positive ideas build self-esteem and boost confidence. Indeed, hypnosis has a good effect on every aspect of a person’s life. It is a safe process for both teenagers and adults.

Stop living in fear. Hypnosis has the power to cure your phobia. If you want to cure your phobia, then I recommend that you seek hypnosis. Hypnosis can lead to a happier and healthier life that is phobia free.

Hypnosis For Pain Control

Hypnosis For Pain Control

Pain is a subject that touches everyone . After all, it is a condition from which we will all suffer. Headaches, sports injuries, broken bones are all forms of pain.

Research shows that 75% to 80% of all adults will experience lower-back pain at some point. And 40 million Americans suffer from arthritis and as many as 45 million suffer from recurring headaches. Thousands of people every year suffer the pain of surgery and illness.

Pain falls into two categories: (1) acute pain, which is of short duration and (2) chronic pain, which continues for weeks, months, or years.

Most people respond to pain by taking drugs. But drugs are often a quick fix.

What few people realize is that the ancient art of hypnosis offers a safe, effective alternative for reducing sensitivity to pain.

Hypnosis is effective in managing different types of pain. Hypnosis provides an effective solution for maladies such as headaches and injuries. It also offers a solution for those with chronic conditions like back pain. Studies show that patients with chronic diseases need fewer painkillers when they practice hypnosis. These same patients show fewer signs of anxiety and experience greater comfort during medical procedures.

Hypnosis is also helpful in reducing nausea in chemotherapy patients.

The best approach for acute pain is the use of hypnosis which focuses on reducing anxiety and minimizing the importance of the pain. For chronic pain, it is better to confront the pain directly under hypnosis.

Hypnosis is also helpful in dealing with pre- and post-operative patients. Hypnosis reduces pain during surgery. And this results in the need for less anesthetics. Hypnosis also reduces nausea in surgery patients, and increases the recovery rate. (This reduces medical costs, too!)

But these are not the only benefits of using hypnosis for pain management. Hypnosis has no dangerous side effects. Unlike medications, hypnosis does not become less effective with use and does not require stronger doses to cope with pain. In other words, hypnosis can save patients a lot of money.

Does hypnosis work? To some degree, it can help everyone control their pain. There are five categories into which subjects fall:

1. Those who find lasting relief.
2. Those who have less pain.
3. Those who have some relief, but still need help.
4. Those who experience off-and relief.
5. Those who still have pain, but feel 10-30% less pain than before.

What accounts for these differences? The answer is the patient’s susceptibility to hypnosis – the level of relaxation reached during the hypnosis. The deeper the relaxation, the more effective it is.

No treatment for pain is helpful all the time. However, hypnosis has shown that it can reduce or eliminate both acute and chronic pain. Best of all, it works its magic without any side effects.

As a safe way to reduce pain, hypnosis is second to none.

How To Build Confidence With Hypnosis

Confidence Hypnosis

You can build confidence with the use of hypnosis. Confident people believe in their abilities. For example, CEO’s of Fortune 500 companies and great athletes have high confidence. Their confidence in themselves unlocks the door to success.

For the rest of us, confidence helps us to enjoy success in work, relationships, and life. A confident person will not be afraid to show interest in a special someone. Or they will take risk to accomplish their goals. Indeed, confidence can be thought of as a means to power.

But many of us are plagued by low confidence. People with low confidence may feel their work is not good enough. Or that they are not smart or attractive. These negative thoughts can stop someone in their tracks. Indeed, a lack of confidence can stop an individual from living the life of their dreams.

Start building confidence today through hypnosis. Hypnosis is to help build confidence. Hypnosis works on a subconscious level. The subconscious stores over 400 million pieces of information. These affect our attitudes, beliefs, and values. When a person enters a state of deep relaxation, the subconscious becomes open to new ideas. Positive suggestions can now reach the subconscious.

A person undergoing hypnosis will form thought and behavior patterns that build confidence. Indeed, hypnosis has many rewarding benefits. It lowers stress while relaxing the body. The process of hypnosis is safe. Indeed, people of all ages can benefit from it.

If you desire to build your confidence then I recommend that you contact an experienced hypnotherapist in your area. Hypnosis is a positive experience that will enable you to lead a happier, healthier, and more confident life. Take hold of your life through hypnosis.

How Is Self-Hypnosis Used And Where Did It Originate

How is self hypnosis used

Today, many people use self-hypnosis at home. But it is best to have some experience before trying self-hypnosis. To learn more about self-hypnosis, you should do some research. You can do research on self-hypnosis on the Internet. You will find many links on the screen. Look for sites with good information.

You can also get information from books. And there are many magazines with features on self-hypnosis. If you know people who have been practicing self-hypnosis, you can also ask them for tips.

It is good to learn about its origins. There were pioneers in the field of self-hypnosis. Among them, for example, was Dr. James Braid, who discovered self-hypnosis in 1894. His theory of self-hypnosis is that “feeling is the very truth.”

At the beginning of the 20th century, Émile Coué helped to further develop self-hypnosis. He greatly influenced the practice. For example, he proposed the theory of “conscious autosuggestion.” And he questioned standard “hypnosis.”

Johannes Schultz is another well-known figure in the field. He developed “autogenic training,” which he designed for relaxation. He published his discovery in 1932.

Andrew Salter contributed to the field of self-hypnosis as well. In 1841, he published his first study of self-hypnosis.

Who can benefit from self hypnosis?

When used properly, self-hypnosis can benefit everyone. And you can use self-hypnosis, for instance, through a learned routine, or through a CD.

Hypnosis History Revealed

Hypnosis history

The history of hypnotism is scientific. It is also artistic.

In ancient eras, people used hypnosis in rituals. There were pictures on tombs in ancient Egypt. And Egyptians used it in “sleep temples” which helped with healing.

People also used hypnosis during medical practices. It was used all over the world. And details about hypnosis are present in many holy books.

But hypnosis was associated with magic. Still, people made advances with it.

Hypnosis in the 1700s

Franz Mesmer (1734-1815) is one of the most well-known figures in the history of hypnosis. He earned the nickname “Father of Hypnosis.”  People coined the term “mesmerism” after him.

Mesmer found a space where he could perform “cures” on people. While many praised his healing powers, others dismissed his results. One critic was none other than Benjamin Franklin.

Hypnosis During the 1800s

In France, Abbe Castodi de Faria studied hypnosis as well. Faria is credited with establishing the “fixed-gaze method.”

During this time, John Elliotson used hypnosis to ease the pain of surgery. And Emile Coue came up with the concept of self-hypnosis.

However, it was the work of James Braid that made hypnosis popular. Using vocal suggestion, he was able to see how hypnosis affected people. Braid also discovered “waking hypnosis.”

Entering the 20th Century

Hypnotists treated trauma victims during both World Wars. And dentists used it, too. In 1955, England began to consider it a medical treatment. And after this, a host of groups came into being. Today, the National Guild of Hypnotists is the largest one.

In the 20th century, researchers and doctors learned more about hypnosis. And since then, many have shaped the field.