So I Married A Hypnotist

Hypnosis??? You’re not going to make me cluck like a chicken!

It seems like decades since I felt that way. It was not so long ago though, that I was a single mom raising two young children on an advertising career. In the blink of an eye, I was married to a hypnotist with two children of his own. I was a typical pessimist about hypnosis and hypnotherapy before meeting my now husband, and even for a short while thereafter. It took some convincing to show me that we can really help people to change in ways they may not have been able to before. I honestly had no idea what hypnosis was or how on earth it could be used for good. I had absolutely no idea what I would be able to see and be a part of with hypnosis.

I have seen a cancer patient who is able to eat after using hypnosis to control the burning sensation from her chemo. I have seen people who have tried every imaginable diet and failed, and were absolutely disgusted by their appearance shed several dress sizes and put on a bathing suit for the first time in years. I have seen countless people walk out our office doors, throw away their cigarettes, and start a whole new way of life. I have seen students, parents, business owners, and more, all become the people they wanted to be because of hypnosis. I have seen what I like to call “life miracles” happen right in front of me.

How does it work? Well, the technical part of that answer I will leave to the scientific field, but the general overview is this: Hypnosis is a quicker way to learn things. It is like speed reading for self-help. Hypnosis cannot “make” you do anything; it just allows you to learn what you need to do in a condensed period of time. Your body is in a state of hypnosis naturally about four times an hour. Ever been driving and you can’t remember how you got the last few miles? That is an example of a hypnotic state. If you think about hypnosis as a change in state (which, by the way is the definition), happy to sad, bored to excited, etc, it becomes less of the “unknown” and you realize it is a part of your everyday. I look back and realize that in advertising, I used hypnotic suggestions in everything I did. When you see an ad on TV or hear it on the radio, it evokes an emotional state. Some are happy, some sad, some excited…. You get the idea. When you see the product again, it evokes that same feeling, which prompts you to buy. Yes, you have been under hypnotic suggestions since the day you were born. The irony is that sometimes a hypnotist’s job is to “de-hypnotize” people from the trance they are already in. So, if you want to learn how you can use hypnosis to change, or if you want to escape the hypnosis you’re already in, visit our website at . You will find a lot of useful tools and resources there.

Best of luck!

Nikki Gladwell


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