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I’m having a great time here in Singapore, teaching our National Guild of Hypnotists Certification Course with 5-PATH® and 7th Path Self-Hypnosis®. We have a wonderful class full of students from so many other countries. I am honored to teach them all.
But as they say "All work and no play…" Since I am a hobby bass player, I thought that it would be very nice to buy a bass that I can keep here in Singapore so that I can keep in practice when I am here. So I hope you will enjoy this photo of me and my new bass, taken with the shop owner. A couple of days later, we drove into Malaysia where I also bought a small amplifier as well. It is only 50 watts. I don’t have to be very loud since it will be for practice only. I will not be performing in Singapore any time soon!
In the mean time, hypnosis class is going very well. I have just started teaching the class on how to do age regression therapy. We spent part of the day discussing how to confirm an initial sensitizine event (ISE) and how to divide up an age regression session, in case one does not have time to complete the whole age regression in one session. I also spent some time teaching the class about the different types of age regression bridges including the affect, cognitive and symptom bridge. I wrapped up today’s class with some instruction on how to handle a spontaneous past life regression should one pop up during a session. This class was very interested in learning about past life regressions. I was not surprised because this seems to be a very spiritually minded class.
The entire class is very enthusiastic, and excited about the class time as well as the time spent practicing what they learned that day. Today they started role-playing age regression (without hypnosis), and tomorrow they will begin conducting real age regressions.
Okay, that is it for now. I’ll see if I can get one more edition in from Singapore before I leave, at least a class photo. I’ll write more then.