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Hypnosis Training Video Podcast #202: Tips for Holiday Stress and an Age Progression Question

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Tips for Holiday Stress and an Age Progression Question

Happy Hypno-Holidays! Here we go again with another fun and very informative free hypnosis training video on

In this episode of Cal Banyan’s Hypnosis Etc, Meredith, Elronn and I give you some tips on handling the stress of the holidays.

We also answer an age progression question that we know you will find very interesting.

Here are some of our tips for the holidays:

  • Don’t create high expectations, it’s not going to be perfect. – Elronn

  • Don’t take anything personal and remember that the season isn’t about gifts. – Meredith

  • Don’t eat because of stress and think positive. – Cal

  • Don’t go to a party hungry and drink some water. – Meredith

  • It’s about the process, not the outcome. – Elronn

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Here is the advanced hypnotherapy question from this episode:

  • During age progression, what do you do when the future self doesn’t want to tell the present self how they did it?

  • You may want to watch our series on Age Progression Work. Podcasts 164-166.

The NGH Solid Gold WeekendREMEMBER: National Guild of Hypnotist’s Solid Gold Weekend is going to be in Anaheim California, February 26 and 27, 2011!

You can get more details at (more info coming).

I am going to be presenting on the topic of mastering hypnotic age regression and hypnotherapy.

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