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Hypnosis, Etc. Podcast #59: Hypnosis for New Year’s Resolutions and This Weeks Dumb Hypnotist Trick, Believing Your Clients When They Tell You What they Think the Cause of the Problem Is.

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Hypnosis for New Year’s Resolutions and This Weeks Dumb Hypnotist Trick, Believing Your Clients When They Tell You What they Think the Cause of the Problem Is.

Here is another “no-Cal” episode brought to you by Kelsey Banyan and Celeste Hackett! In this Hypnosis, Etc. episode Kelsey shares what it is like to become a hypnotist after growing up in the Banyan family. She says that it is very exciting using hypnosis for changing people’s lives.


Celeste asks Kelsey about how college students can get into the hypnosis profession and Celeste wonders if most college grads are mature enough to get started in the profession.

Next Kelsey and Celeste discuss using hypnosis to help people who are making New Year’s resolutions.

Popular New Year’s Resolutions:

  • Weight Loss

  • Smoking Cessation

  • Bad Habits

  • Motivation

Kelsey and Celeste discuss doing hypnosis for weight loss clients, and goes through a brief case example of how 5-PATH® works. Then they give out a few important tips they learned from Cal Banyan for making your weight loss sessions more successful.

This week’s Dumb Hypnotist trick is asking your client’s problem started and BELIEVING them! Often client’s believe they know the cause of the problem, but the professional hypnotist is wise to not believe their client’s ideas about where the problem started because in most cases the cause of the problem predates the event that they believe was associated the onset of the problem. Then you get some information about how to avoid doing this Dumb Hypnotist trick!

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