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Hypnosis Training Video Podcast #193: How to Improve and Hone your Hypnosis Skills

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Hypnotist Elronn Ferguson

How to Improve and Hone your Hypnosis Skills

Welcome to another free hypnosis training video on Do you know that the hypnotherapy information that we give away here is what other people charge for? I’m accused of giving away too much for free. Well, you be the judge, and I think you will want us to keep giving you the very valuable information.

This episode of Cal Banyan’s Hypnosis Etc. is perfect for the hypnotist who has already established themselves in their hypnosis practice. Elronn and I give some insider tips, tricks and techniques for improving your hypnosis and hypnotherapy skills.

If you don’t have a hypnosis practice yet, that’s okay because this video will help you too. If you apply these tips to your soon to be hypnosis practice then you will have an advantage over 99% of other hypnotists. Does that make you Hypno 1%er, not quite but it’s a start!

Send your “hypno-curious” friends over to www.Hypnosis.ORG so that they can get our valuable “Learn to Hypnotize” video for free. And, now on with the show!

Here are some of tips we discuss in this video:

  • How to prevent hypnotherapy from becoming a routine and continuing to improve.

  • Keep a running journal of improvement of hypnotic techniques.

  • Keep a pad of paper next to you hypnosis session chair to write down ideas and areas that need improvement.

  • Set a review schedule for you to go over your hypnosis training materials again.

  • Watch your hypnosis sessions and other hypnotists sessions if possible.

  • Get your sessions reviewed by another hypnosis professional.

  • Think of questions your clients might ask you and write the answers down.

  • And More!

5-Path 2.0 DVD Set5-PATH® 2.0 – Hypnosis Training DVD Set

Speaking of watching sessions conducted by the masters, watch some sessions that Cal conducts in this set. This DVD set includes the whole Week of Power course (minus 7th Path Self-Hypnosis®). Optional 5-PATH® Hypnotherapy Certification available!

Master the following vitally important Hypno-1%er™ techniques when you learn 5-PATH®:

  • Instant and rapid inductions.

  • Overt and covert depth testing.

  • How to create hypnotic suggestions that work.

  • How to use insight techniques to create hyper-suggestibility.

  • How to master age regression, forgiveness work, and much more.

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4 Reader Comments to Hypnosis Training Video Podcast #193: How to Improve and Hone your Hypnosis Skills

  1. Rod Kelly October 16, 2010 at 5:21 AM

    There is a huge difference between knowing the materials, and internalizing them. Just as we use compounding with our clients, its vitally important to review the materials over and over and over again. When you can honestly say that you can repeat the materials verbatim then you OWN the materials. The more you own the more you grow. When you stop growing, you simply rot… Don’t be the rotten egg…..

  2. Cal Banyan, MA, BCH, CI, FNGH October 16, 2010 at 5:17 PM

    Hello Rod – Thanks for leaving a comment. We love comments!

    You are right on. Too many people graduate from a hypnosis/hypnotherapy certification course and wave their certificate around and think they are ready to go. Once graduated, as you say, much more work needs to done. Of course this depends on the individual. According to our talents and abilities, we much each take it upon ourselves to take the time it takes to “internalize” the information that we have been presented.

    Only when this is done can we truly be with the client, and not simply reading scripts, or fumbling through an outline.

    I recommend that the newly certified drill through the techniques many times with a classmate, or even with Mr. Pillow (a pillow in the chair substituting for a client) until he/she has reached a level of proficiency where the process learned pours out of them and the words needed “rolls off the tongue”.

    Thanks again for the comment,

  3. Abby Eagle November 2, 2010 at 1:34 AM

    Wow, there is some amazing stuff on this site. I’m looking forwards to getting my new internet TV so i can watch the videos in the lounge. Cheers Abby Eagle

  4. Cal Banyan, MA, BCH, CI, FNGH November 2, 2010 at 7:58 AM

    Hello Abby – Thanks for the comment. We have lots more coming your way. Tell your Hypno-Friends! Cal

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