Today, go and tell someone about your experience with hypnosis.
Just say “I was hypnotized and…”
Then tell them what happened, good or bad.
“But why would I do that?” you might ask… Well, here’s 3 reasons why.
1. It’s an opportunity to reflect
Hypnosis leads us to a greater understanding of ourselves. It allows us to think in uncommon ways; to ask ourselves questions we hadn’t thought to ask. In discussing it with someone, you might even reflect on your experiences with hypnosis, and how it has helped you. It might even bring up other questions regarding your own motivations and desires.
2. It’s an easy way to engage people
Most of the stuff we’re going to talk about today is the same stuff we talked about yesterday. Talking about hypnosis is uncommon and interesting. I have this conversation everyday and it always leads to something fun and interesting. If it pushes you out of your comfort zone a bit, so much the better.
3. You’ll get a strong reaction
Good or bad, saying you were hypnotized evokes a response. Some don’t believe in it, some love it, some are confused by it, but few don’t have an opinion one way or the other. Watching their response can be a lot of fun.
So as a small experiment, go find someone to talk with about hypnosis, then please share your experience with me on Facebook.GO
We’ve all heard that great story about the three blind men and the elephant. One touches the leg and thinks it’s a tree. One touchs it’s tale and thinks it’s a rope, another touches the trunk and thinks it’s a snake.
Well, when it comes to your own long-standing problems, You’re the blind man.
You’ve been living with the problem for such a long time that you’ve essentially trained yourself to think about that problem the same way over and over and over again.
Luckily, there’s a really easy way to solve that problem. All you have to do is find someone who’s going to think about that problem differently, then ask them for help. If you do even part of what they suggest, you’ll be making progress won’t you?
Here’s an incomplete list of people that have been helping me lately:
Quinn Lampkin, Personal Trainer - He’s helping me build an exercise habit
Debra Meadow, Nutritional Therapist - She’s helping me build a healthy diet
Dr. Tony Murczek, Naturopathic Physician - He’s helping me get healthier- mind and body.
Burt Jurgens, Hypnotist - He’s helping me understand, and achieve my deepest and biggest goals.
“What is the meaning of fate?”
“In what way?”
“You assume things are going to go well, and they don’t – that you call bad luck. You assume things are going to go badly, and they don’t – that you call good luck. You assume that certain things are going to happen or not happen – and you so lack intuition that you don’t know what is going to happen. You assume that the future is unknown.
When you are caught out- you call that fate.”
(Thanks to Idries Shah for providing this story)GO