Keys to the Mind: Learn How to Hypnotize Anyone and Practice Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy Correctly

“Keys to the Mind” will teach you exactly what you need to know to become a hypnotist. Learn how to hypnotize anyone successfully, and do it safely and correctly. Hypnosis is a proven tool for helping people overcome life’s challenges and take control of self-defeating patterns of behavior. Whether you are brand new to hypnotherapy or are a more seasoned professional, the learnings inside will improve your successful outcomes. Learn how to: Conceptualize hypnosis and understand the keys to the hypnotic process; Explain hypnosis to clients and use convincer suggestibility tests; Perform complete hypnotic inductions – correctly; Deepen hypnotic trance for greater impact; Structure therapeutic suggestions to effectively achieve client goals; Use hypnosis to help a person stop unwanted behaviors; Awaken someone from a hypnotic trance; Use the basic language patterns of Milton Erickson and NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming); Handle difficult clients and intense emotions during hypnotherapy.

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3 comments for “Keys to the Mind: Learn How to Hypnotize Anyone and Practice Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy Correctly

  1. rskura
    October 2, 2012 at 6:05 AM

    This book was never edited!!! Unbelievable! First let me say that the content of this book seems excellent! I have learned a lot from reading it. But I feel like screaming at someone for publishing a book that they could not bother editing first! Almost every page contains mistakes. Sure you can figure out the meaning, but it is extremely annoying to read.I feel like asking for a refund, and likely would, if I didn’t happen to find the content extremely useful. It’s like buying a new car that was only partially painted. Unbelievable! Why bother doing 98% of the work on an excellent product and then just slack off on the remainder?

  2. David Zwillenberg
    October 2, 2012 at 6:08 AM

    Decent The book was merely OK. I say this because it showed me how to do basic hypnosis and the fact that I have not yet read other books on the subject. There were a lot of typos. There was an annoying habit of mentioning a topic and then saying “you can find more information about this online”-that frustrates me because if I wanted to read about it online, I wouldn’t have bought his book in the first place. In summation, it was a good introduction to hypnotism and hypnotherapy, but not great.

  3. Bey "Raven"
    October 2, 2012 at 6:12 AM

    very good read. I enjoyed it. It has some great tips. I don’t think its as effective as other forms of hypnotherapy but it is a very effective and respectable form! I would recommend this book to starters for-sure.

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