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Hypnosis Training Video Podcast #240: Should We Ban the Word Hypnosis? And More!

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Hypnosis Trainer Cal BanyanHypnotherapist Elronn Ferguson

Should We Ban the Word Hypnosis? And More!

Here we go again with another very valuable free hypnosis training video here on www.CalBanyan.com.


In this week’s episode of Cal Banyan’s Hypnosis Etc., I return to host a new hypnosis training video with the help of Elronn. As you may guess, we like to talk about topics that tend to be a little controversial. What do you think about what we have to say? Leave a comment below and join the discussion.

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Here are some of the topics we discuss:

  • Cal’s Model of the Mind (Like the Rings of a Tree).
  • Should the profession get rid of the word hypnosis?
  • What do we think about people who interchange the word hypnosis with trance?

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Danny and Nicole

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2 Reader Comments to Hypnosis Training Video Podcast #240: Should We Ban the Word Hypnosis? And More!

  1. Celeste September 15, 2011 at 11:39 AM

    What a beautiful pair Danny and his new bride make! Now you need to post Kelsey and her new hubby!

    Congratulations to both couples!

    Celeste

  2. George Guarino September 21, 2011 at 8:25 PM

    Cal – Art and Hypnosis a beautiful marriage!
    Thanks for showing the book. I am working on more images using the Model of the Mind format… perhaps others have art to show and we could have a gallery showing at the next NGH Convention… Art is a powerful form of communication that we hypnotists need to embrace… if you agree, please put a bug in Dr Damon’s ear about creating a place for art/hypnosis at the convention. If you don’t, I understand.

    Regarding another title for Hypnosis… I proposed the question a couple years ago on one of these blogs. I do think that if the medical community were to identify it with an acronym like CFB (critical factor bypass) it may have a fresh chance at clinical acceptance. A doctor may feel better about suggesting that a patient see a CFB Specialist rather than going to the hypnotist. Of course the innate power of the word hypnosis would be diminished but the prodical could become more acceptable and widespread. I’ll always be a Hypnotist, but I wouldn’t mind area doctors referring patients to me as a CFB Specialist.

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