A while back someone tried to interest me in doing hypnosis. In fact, I had thought of it myself previously, but due to technical limitations (I bought a DVD course but had no DVD player to view it) I had not made much progress.
The big sticking point for me, though, was my need for an answer to the question, “What is erotic hypnosis?” Nobody seemed to have an answer for that, and I can’t do something if I don’t know what it is.
It’s just the way I learn. When I want to learn how to do something, I do research. So the first thing I did, as many literate people do, was to buy some books. I ended up with a couple of classic books on the topic, then bought more. Then bought a little portable DVD player to play my course on, then bought another course, got certified by two organizations, bought more training materials, and attended a hands-on intensive course.
Nobody seems to have written any books about erotic hypnosis, so I left online exploration of that for later.
I guess I’m ready to open an office, do hypnosis, and charge $125 an hour to help people to lose weight, stop smoking, and figure out who they were in a previous life (ha! I don’t believe any of that). But it turned out that apparently I’m the only one who chose this path. Almost everyone I know who became interested at the same time that I started just got ahold of the same scripts that everybody else is using and started “doing hypnosis”. All that time while I was learning the basics they were doing it, finding out it wasn’t for them, or plowing through and leaving confused customers and collecting bad feedback.
I won’t deny that some people have good instincts and manage to produce good results without training. But that was not the path for me, and I would not recommend it for someone who wants to create a unique experience for the client. When I finally got comfortable doing hypnosis and developed a style of my own, I began to take calls. So now, like, I’m kind of busy doing phone hypnosis and I’m not all that sure I even need to open an office. And my customers all say, “Wow, that wasn’t what I expected at all!”
Okay. Close enough. If you want to call for a session, you should expect it to last 30-45 minutes. Don’t expect to stop and run transactions along the way. That will totally break up the trance-like state we are trying to achieve.
I will ask what your previous experience is with hypnosis, and what you want to get out of it. The answers you give me to these questions will help me customize your experience.
Then put on your headset or your speakerphone, sit back in a comfortable chair, well-supported, or on a bed with your arms at your side and prepare to relax and let it happen. I will guide you through the experience. Hopefully we will have a few minutes afterwords to discuss the session.
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