Struggling to become the best hypnotist you can be? I'm joining up with Sir Roland Berg, aka "The People Whisperer" at www.hypnomentors.com to develop the future of contemporary hypnosis by providing intensive one on one and group training. Not everyone seeks to develop their skills at a casual pace. I believe that training with hypnosis is conditioning for Mastery of skills, context, and oneself. While I'm a proud Training Member of the American Alliance of Hypnotists I no longer teach therapeutic technique and I don't do hypnotherapy. Collaborative partnership is one of the great features of www.hypnomentors.com as each of us represents diverse areas of mastery with hypnosis and engineering behavior. When I started out learning hypnosis I was on a search that cost upwards of $20k because I wanted patterns and techniques that worked. Today you can easily spend this by going to one or two seminars. We are people who have done the work, put in the time, and can save you time, energy, and money by training from the start for mastery.
“You can't stay in your corner of the Forest waiting for others to come to you. You have to go to them sometimes.”
It is surprising how much confusion using vague language about what we want and about our current relationship brings to others. It's more surprising to me that those who want to change up their relationship form do not seek out the meaningful distinctions that would describe the relationships they are desiring sooner. To allow you to better communicate yourself and what you're seeking, please familiarize yourself with the distinctions used in monogamous and non-monogamous if you are seeking to engage in them.
Today was the last session of an applicant who wanted to change her life. She came to me wanting to have the choice and feel good about how she lived her life. When I asked her what she wanted a year ago she told me that she was drawn to me by something I had said. She wanted to live by a code, find the discipline to create a life that made her feel proud, and get out of the funk that had stayed with her for years. She is one of the few people who asked to purchase a bundle of coaching sessions up front. She told me she was serious and I have seen few people dive into new knowledge, exercises, and expressions of identity like her. Designing one's life and inventing oneself is what I call Guru Services and the product is you! What happened on her last session today made me proud of the work I do and the people I touch.
There is much written about the gift of submission, and not enough written about being a Dom who is capable of putting oneself out there. Being a Dom means sharing who you are. The best and worst of you are
your gifts that you share. These gifts are how the world knows you. You give acceptance for who others are and could be. You give purpose, inspire passion, and invite others to join you with a vision of the future. You offer a safe, forgiving space that appreciates those you surround yourself with. You hold space while others share their doubts, fear, and worry so they can be encouraged to move past them. You offer peace, love, guidance, and discipline as each action helps to order the chaos surrounding us. You offer your strength, faith, trust, and courage when others fail. A Dom becomes a living expression of feedback, sanctuary, and praise. It can be the embodiment of feeling home, accepted, and needed. You become a symbol that connects the whole expression of an individual with opportunities and possibilities that come from being together.
There are multiple styles of hypnosis and systems designed to encourage subconscious responses from a subject. When we have a subject eager to experience hypnosis and discover if erotic hypnosis lives up to all the hype; we have a challenge. While we all may use a different style of hypnosis, many of us follow a similar framework to arrive at a shared agenda for a session and during the session itself. A formal process I use for public and private play generally looks like this.