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Hypnosis Training Video Podcast #212: The Time Tunneling Technique Part 2

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Hypnosis Trainer Cal Banyan

The Time Tunneling Technique Part 2

Happy Hypno Friday everyone! Welcome to this week’s free hypnosis training video here on

In this fun and informative episode of Cal Banyan’s Hypnosis Etc., Meredith and I continue our series about my new age regression hypnosis technique the Time Tunneling Technique™.

But first, here is some info. About my upcoming classes so that you can be a Hypno-1%er!

Time Tunneling Technique
Time Tunneling Technique™ Graphical Diagram

Here is what we discuss in this video:

  • How to use the Time Tunneling Technique™ instead of Affect Bridge.

  • How to use the Time Tunneling Technique™ as a hypnotic induction!

  • What level of hypnosis is required for the Time Tunneling Technique™?

  • How to use the Time tunneling Technique to find the Initial Sensitizing Event and Subsequent Sensitizing Events.

  • What is the difference between remembering and reliving (revivifying) an event?

  • What are the five things that you must find out at each event visited in the age regression.

  • And More!

Here are some past episodes that we mention:

Here are the podcast’s on the AIAR hypnotic induction:

Here are some more links related to the show:

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8 Reader Comments to Hypnosis Training Video Podcast #212: The Time Tunneling Technique Part 2

  1. lydia February 25, 2011 at 3:42 PM

    Hey cool,

    I used the TT technique today and it worked beautifully,
    I went for it by watching your last pod cast. So I didn’t tunnel back from the little one but that sounds even better. I will do that next time I see her.

  2. Cal Banyan, MA, BCH, CI, DNGH February 25, 2011 at 10:38 PM

    Hi Lydia – Thanks for leaving a comment and letting us know about your success using TTT! Watch this video and it will even be better. Pass it on! Cal

  3. Tom February 26, 2011 at 11:31 AM

    I am probably what you consider hypno-curious. I’ve read a couple books and watched a couple videos and many of your podcasts. However, I have never actually tried to hypnotize anyone. I can’t get enough information on hypnotism to satisfy my own curiosity. I’m a little concerned about failing and a little concerned what others will think if I tell them I’m interested in hypnosis. There is a lot of bad information out there and that is what most people believe. Should I just give up the hypnosis following, or do you have a suggestion on how to get over my concerns/fears? At this point, I don’t think I am ready to commit to spending several thousand dollars on training because I don’t know where I want to go with this profession. Part of me thinks hypnotherapist – another says hobbyist.

  4. Adriana February 26, 2011 at 1:32 PM

    Hi Cal & meredith
    Great podcast, I found the concept of TTT facinating and your explanation Cal between what it is like to experience affect bridge and TTT was really very helpful. Great questions Meredith! Because I am not qualified to try this on people (until after I have had my training with you, just over a week now:) i decided to have a go myself with a nice feeling. I located the feeling in my body and felt like I was moving backwards into the feeling, i think what happened next was the feeling became more intense the further i travelled into it until I became aware of vivid memories. I know this was not revivication because I was observing rather than reliving but it was interesting. I would love to experience reliving something so i know first hand what that is like and really hope that is something i will get to do on your course. My critical factor steps in when I am alone which is understandable. Warmest wishes Adriana

  5. Joe K Fobes February 26, 2011 at 5:22 PM

    Great stuff.

    I have been explaining to my clients that the feeling is automatic and uncontrollable because it was learned at a younger age. It’s almost as if they have a younger version of themselves inside.

    Once my client thinks of the feeling as a ‘younger self’ inside I then have the feeling and younger self step out of them. We then ask it whats going on thats creating the feeling, what beliefs are being created, new or old feeling, and so on as with regular AR.

    It’s good for certain analytical clients and people who aren’t that ‘deep’.

    It can also be done in the ‘waking’ state.

    What do you think?

  6. Joe K Fobes February 26, 2011 at 5:59 PM

    To finish my above comment…

    If the feeling is familiar, I have the younger self have HIS younger self step out. When we get to the end, we have an even younger self step out who hasn’t ever been affected, we prepare him, have him step into the older person, and so on till the last self steps back inside.

  7. Cal Banyan, MA, BCH, CI, DNGH February 26, 2011 at 10:39 PM

    Thank you all for leaving a comment! We really appriciate it.

    Lydia – Thanks again.

    Tom – I’ve never been concerned about what others think about me being into hypnosis, but you may have a very different situation. It is up to those, who want to help others by building the profession, who have to move ahead and educate everyone we know about what hypnosis really is. Ask yourself, are my fears based in reality? If they are, then you have to take care of yourself, but if they are not, then learn self-hypnosis ( or go and see a hypnotist and overcome your fears. Either way, do what is right for you. There is nothing wrong with being a hobby hypnotist. But if you want to enter the profession, then it is worth the investment. Just do your research find the very best teacher and do it with all your heart and soul.

    Adriana – Thanks for your kind comments about the podcast. I look forward to seeing you in the next class. You will have plenty of opportunities to experience revivification in class. Congratulations on giving the TTT on yourself!

    Joe – Thanks for your comments and sharing your insights as well. That is one of the main reasons that we have this comment area. What do I think? I think that if it works, then you should do it. That is what we really want to do, get real results.

  8. Meredith Locher, MA, CH March 3, 2011 at 11:57 AM

    Hi Everybody! Isn’t this TT Technique so exciting? I have been using it with many of my clients and it has given us great results in less time. I’m all for efficiency!

    Thank you all so much for your comments and for watching. Please do send me any remaining questions about TTT or anything else after the 3rd & Final podcast on TTT comes out Friday.

    Lydia – You just keep rockin the cutting edge! 🙂

    Adriana – I can’t wait to hear all about your experiences with Cal’s course. It definitely blew my mind and I have been to so many classes in my life.

    Tom – Get off the fence! So many people live their whole lives on the fence about things. If you enjoy hypnosis and want to do it, line up with that desire, get help for the fear and do it. Who cares what people think. There is never a crowd on the leading edge. If you just don’t have it in you to break out from the mainstream methods, then find something that feels more comfortable that you enjoy and put yourself fully into that. But, no matter what, pick one and line up with it. Splitting yourself will never result in happiness or success.

    Joe – I agree with Cal…if it works do it. It never hurts to experiment with different techniques and then mainly use the one that lends you consistent, positive results. It also doesn’t hurt to have a backup plan for those challenging cases just in case.

    All the best,

    PS. Cal – Are you using an html tag to create the space between lines/paragraphs?

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