Tagged: Dr. Michael Newton

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Hypnotherapist’s Interview

Recently an author named Nathan interviewed me, in compiling his own book on hypnosis and hypnotism. And I’d like to post the complete interview here as add-on information of myself.
How did you become involved in hypnosis?

Do you enjoy the work? What is the most and least rewarding aspects of being a hypnotist?

What are your interests aside from hypnotism?

What are the neurological processes involved? How does it work?

What are the most common misconceptions about hypnotherapy?

Can anybody be hypnotized? Do some cultures or ethnicities respond better to it?

Can anybody learn to be a hypnotist?

What can hypnotherapy be used to treat, and what is the success rate?

Have you ever been hypnotized yourself?

Do you have a favorite story from your work?

What is your advice to someone looking into hypnotherapy as a solution to their problems?

Communication with the Deceased through Hypnosis 0

Communication with the Deceased through Hypnosis

The applications of hypnosis are only limited to what a person wants to be limited to. The religious, cultural and personal beliefs play a big role in our daily life as well as in hypnotic state, which is more expereiential, but how one interprets the experience is still subjected to beliefs.

Hypnotic state is such a cool state that one of the most heard questions after a person is emerged is, “Is this real?”

Real – compared to what?

Read three totally different case histories of clients contacting, or contacted by, the deceased beloved ones in their hypnotic journey…

A Gift from a Past Life Regression Client 0

A Gift from a Past Life Regression Client

I sometimes wondered how much inner resistance I had to overcome before I decided to do nothing else but follow my heart’s call.

When I signed up for my first Clinical Hypnotherapy course, there was no doubt in my deepest heart that it was the spiritual aspect of it that drew me into this form of practice. I did not grow up in a family or an environment where hypnotism was normal. Actually I knew much less about hypnotism than many people did, as I grew up in China where hypnotism was almost unheard of. One day I was in the Vancouver Public Library central branch. Literally a book fell out of the shelf in front of me – That was Dr. Michael Newton’s Journey of Souls. I picked it up, took it home, read it, and wondered, wondered, and wondered on it.

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