Neuro Linguistic Hypnosis NLH

Neurolinguistic Hypnosis NLH

Here is the class many have asked for Neuro Linguistic Hypnosis, the course that will show you how to smoothly integrate NLP and Hypnosis effortlessly for greater impact. This course is perfect for those that have a lot of NLP and want to bring more formal trance work into their work. It is also a must for those who use hypnosis and have taken Basic& Master NLP but have trouble bringing the two together effortlessly.

This class will do a quick review of Basic NLP, Master NLP, and Basic Hypnosis, we will then work on having YOU MASTER the ability to bring the two together easily and effortlessly. Never again feel stuck for what to do with a client and feel CONFIENDENT in your abilities to choose the proper NLP technique and hypnosis induction to help your client achieve their goals.

NLP brings a complex structure that when understood and applied gives you the framework to understand your client. Hypnosis is the process to induce trance. To ensure success one must understand how to bring the two together. When done properly it is amazing and it works like magic.

Join us for a unique experience. This will be the most important course you ever take for your clinical skills. In these 5 days will finally take your skills to the next level and become the healer you truly want to be.

You dream of having the skills of a Milton Ericson, Richard Bandler, Dave Elman or Fritz Pearls, well now take your skills beyond those to new areas. You can do it, you have studied and read but you never had all the keys in one place, it’s not your fault, the answer was not there for you.

I have been there I searched and studied, NLP, Hypnosis, Reiki, EFT (TFT) Martial Arts, Psychology and more, then finally the system developed over years (30) and tens of thousands of client hours of experience I can share with you. I want you to succeed, but more I want you to excel.

For years Hypnosis and NLP were separated into different camps, I bridged that divide, but now many have an interest in profiting from not letting people have the true inner secrets (or they don’t know). You see it and know they keep you from achieving your potential as then you become a threat, I welcome you to the elite level.

Help me break the barriers and help take the skill sets to the next level. We stand on the shoulders of giants; let’s create a new level of skill and work together to help heal more people.

This training is 5 days that will revitalize your basic skills and give you some new skills you always wanted.

I have never taught this before and may not again, so join us for a rocking fun, fast, focused and intense training. August 27 to 31, in Florida (Sarasota Area). Regular price $1495, special $1195.

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The value priceless.


WOW! What a Surprise this is!! Not – for a hypnotist though.

Hidden Metaphors Get under Our Skin

Look around. Do you see four walls or an expansive vista? The answer could influence your ability to think creatively. A growing body of research suggests that our sensory experiences can trigger metaphorical thinking, influencing our insights and behavior without us even realizing it. New research reveals ways we might be able to harness these subconscious forces.

Consider, for example, the metaphorical idea that the heart is warm and emotional and the head is cool and rational. In a study in August in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, researchers led their subjects to believe they were investigating how people answer questions when using their nondominant hand. To ensure they did not use their dominant hand, the participants were instructed to place their dominant index finger either on their temple or on the left side of their chest. Participants who pointed at their head answered test questions more accurately, and those who pointed at their heart were more likely to let emotions sway their decisions in a moral dilemma. The finding adds to a rapidly growing list of metaphor effects: past studies have found that seeing forward motion can propel us to “move forward” in a metaphorical sense and that feeling smooth textures makes a difficult social interaction feel easier (or go more “smoothly”).

Build Your Practice

I have been so busy what I do, training and working with people that I have not followed through on my plan to teach those that are interested in expanding their careers as NLP and Hypnosis professionals!
Why did you first learn NLP or Hypnosis? What was that first passion like? I know that you, like me, understand that the power of the mind is awesome and want to share it with the world! The more you think about it, the more you really easily see to need to do the steps needed to grow your skills?

I taught a NLP 4 Sales class that went well and it made me realize how much I want all of you to be as successful as I have been in this field. Are you doing all you want in your office/speaking life? Do you want to see more clients, expand your speaking career and  Speak internationally?
What is your dream NLP/Hypnosis career?
Practice Builder Course: October 2014 Venice FL

Naturally we want to earn an income equal to our skill set and
Many people are experts in change work, but amateurs when it comes to building a business using those skills. We spend  money trying to do what we think is right, or we follow advice from the wrong people and waste both time and money.
Unfortunately many who teach a practice builder have never really had a true practice or speaking career if they did they only know one approach.
So what is one to do? Take a course from someone who has ran multiple offices, in different settings and let them help YOU develop a practice you want! Someone who you know has traveled the world teaching what we do!
CAUTION do not take this class if your happy with your income and type of practice. Do not SIGN UP NOW if your speaking where and when you want. This class is only for those who are ready to go to the next level!
Why take this course? I have ran 2 “SUPER” practices seeing 75 plus clients a week, in two different states. A small part time practice (earning about 1K week) a specialty practice (addictions) and worked as a Sports consultant. I have also been a clinical director of a Psych Unit, and ran an outpatient unit.
I have spoken and taught all over the world!
I know what works and what does not. I have wasted thousands of dollars taking bad advice (like build your practice speaking at charity functions, a total waste of time and energy or speak as a way to vacation, another lie) I have also broken the myth of “All my clients come from referrals, or advertising does not work (yea that’s why COKE stopped) .  But more importantly what and how to advertise in a changing world. Learn from my mistakes and save yourself time and money.
In this small hands on class we will focus on YOU and YOUR goals, one on one, groups, even speaking or training. How to do the practice you want.
Only you can convince yourself now that your finally ready to come off the bench and get into the big game.  I will teach things I have never shared before!
The regular price of this course is $995, but I am going to do the October 2014 for only $495, so sign up now.

NEW! Erotic Mind Control

Naturally, everyone wants a vibrant and healthy sex life, but so many people experience frustration with their sex lives!  You hear songs, see movies, and read books that extol the ideals of life long passion…but somehow it never aligns with reality.
It starts with your parents, most of which avoid that talk about “the birds and the bees.”
Schools are quick to pass out condoms, and talk about STDs, but don’t talk about the emotions involved.
Religion and politics use shame and remorse to control your sexual behaviors.
Doctors only discuss “the medical” aspects of sex.
Psychologists and social workers use outdated “Leave It To Beaver” models, which is insane since over 55% of first marriages end in divorce!

Thanks to “Political Correctness,” SEX has been HI-JACKED!!!

The Politically Correct crowd talk about “INTIMACY,” often confusing it with “DESIRE and PASSION.”

When you talk about “Passion” and “Desire,” the chemicals in your brain LIGHT UP!!!

When you talk about “intimacy,” the neuro-pathways and chemicals in your brain calms your brain down.

Intimacy and Passion don’t nurture each other – they compete!

How many times have you heard “I love my partner, but we are more like roommates.  We share a lot, but something is missing.”

Now you can do something about it. Imagine helping others, and maybe yourself, reconciling these conflicting aspects.

What would happen…if you could learn to use Hypnosis and NLP to help others (and yourself) master the aspects of  SEX, by opening up the Erotic Mind?  Your clients could finally live that life filled with PASSION and DESIRE, and rekindle those old feelings whenever they wanted, and connect in deeper ways!
The truth shall set you free, but few have access to it, but now you do, if you have the courage to act, NOW.
The brain is the largest sex organ, and in order to release the Erotic Mind, you have to know THE TRUTH.  Those that understand hypnosis and NLP have the tools, they just need to be correctly applied. Sexual dysfunction is based in the mind.  Free the mind, and the rest will follow, easily and effortlessly.

I have been studying and helping people with these issues for 25 years.  I found these issues were closely interrelated in clients who saw me for weight loss, addictions, self confidence, compulsions, and of course in relationships.  When I studied the inner workings of the neuro-pathways in the brain, it all made sense.

My new course, Erotic Mind Control, will bust open the myths about sex, and open up the Erotic Mind for you and your clients, in ways you never thought possible.
 Learn your Erotic IQ and your Sexual IQ (they are very different) use this to teach others. 
Don’t let the PC crowd stop you from learning about this very personal, but yet core issue of human growth. Follow the road less traveled, the road to true freedom and happiness. Only you can convince yourself  to join the leaders who will help change the course.   
Miami September 13 and 14, 2014 prelaunch.
Official Launch!!!!
Venice September 27,28 2014
Regular Price $795 NOW $495

Deposit $100

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A Note From Student

Good to see that you’re still moving ahead with NLP and training. Just wanted to drop one of those life experiences with you.
I run a dog treat company, baking and distribution. Nothing great, but it pays bills. Recently I was developing new products and came across a fruit that has outstanding properties for improving health. Again, there are a number of them out there that are touted to be (fill in the claim du jour.) I make a switch, develop a vision, apply knowledge to the vision and embrace that. I decide to make a juice for people, which as you can imagine is a great leap from Fido’s food.
 Here is the long and short of the story. I go out and use NLP techniques to talk the “right way” to store buyers, and for anybody with experience, getting new items into food stores is not remotely easy. So what happens, everybody says “Yes!” Now, is it the product, some of the acceptance is, yes. Is it the concept, there are plenty of good ones. Is it being able to have another person feel the vision I have and with that move to ordering the product, absolutely. Selling is making the listener feel a positive and want more.
So, if anybody questions if NLP can work for them, absolutely, but it will only start when they have something to convey to the listener.

Role Models

If a role model relationship is to help you think and act more intelligently, you’ll have to choose the right person to emulate—and as is so often the case, science has some surprising and counter-intuitive insights to contribute here. The right role model may not be the brightest light in your field, but rather someone more humanly flawed.

In an article published in the Proceedings of the National Academies of Science, for example, Jerker Denrell of the University of Oxford and Chengwei Liu of the University of Warwick counsel us to model ourselves on solid, second-tier performers, not the flashy types who come in first. The researchers reported on the results of a game played in many rounds. Over time, the most skilled players came to inhabit a second tier of reliable competence. Those who succeeded spectacularly—who took their places in the first tier—were often not the most skilled, but rather were those who got some lucky breaks early on or took big risks that happened to pay off.

Emulating these top performers would probably lead to disappointment, since imitators would be unlikely to replicate their good fortune. Because luck and risk play a dominant role in extraordinary outcomes, Denrell and Liu write, “extreme success or failure are, at best, only weak signals of skill,” and top performers “should not be imitated or praised.” Better, they advise, to learn from individuals “with high, but not exceptional, performance”—those whose success can be attributed to solid skill and not to a rare lightning strike.

Modeling ourselves on the most accomplished individuals can have another drawback: it can actually make us less motivated. In an article published in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science, psychologists Diana E. Betz and Denise Sekaquaptewa note that women in STEM fields—science, technology, engineering, and mathematics—are often labeled “unfeminine,” an image that may discourage female students from pursuing these fields.

But when the researchers exposed middle-school girls to women who were feminine and successful in STEM fields, the experience actually diminished the girls’ interest in math, depressed their plans to study math, and reduced their expectations of future success. The women’s “combination of femininity and success seemed particularly unattainable to STEM-disidentified girls,” the authors conclude, adding that “gender-neutral STEM role models,” as well as feminine women who were successful in non-STEM fields, did not have this effect.

Does this mean that we have to give up our most illustrious role models? There is a way to gain inspiration from truly exceptional individuals: attend to their failures as well as their successes. This was demonstrated in a study by Huang-Yao Hong of National Chengchi University in Taiwan and Xiaodong Lin-Siegler of Columbia University.

The researchers gave a group of physics students information about the theories of Galileo Galilei, Issac Newton and Albert Einstein. A second group received readings praising the achievements of these scientists. And a third group was given a text that described the thinkers’ struggles. The students who learned about scientists’ struggles developed less-stereotyped images of scientists, became more interested in science, remembered the material better, and did better at complex open-ended problem-solving tasks related to the lesson—while the students who read the achievement-based text actually developed more stereotypical images of scientists.

I’ll leave you with this excerpt from the experimental materials, about the development of Newton’s theory of gravitation: “While the famous fable suggests that Newton was inspired by seeing an apple drop from a tree, it was actually his hard work and inquisitive nature that led to his formulation of a gravitational theory. As he said, ‘I keep the subject constantly before me, till the first dawnings open slowly, by little and little, into the full and clear light.’”

Tunes Could Bring Back Memories Lost to Alzheimer’s

What does music really do when You work with clients?    Please share any insights or reference on this matter if You can spare the time!   This is most interesting and provokes my questioning.   One of the most devastating aspects of Alzheimer’s is its effect on patients’ ability to recall life events. Several studies have found that music helps to strengthen these individuals’ autobiographical memories, and a paper in the November 2013 Journal of Neurolinguistics builds on these findings by exploring the linguistic quality of those recollections.   If this line of research holds up – we may find that Music may be making sessions more memorable or accessible/useful to client’s minds and memory systems beyond making them more at ease!