September 13

Hypnosis Educational Pre-Talk: How the Brain Works

Regression to Cause Hypnosis

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There’s plenty of useful information here on how the brain works that you can use in your educational pre-talk.

Your educational pre-talk is a valuable part of your hypnotherapy practice.  You can use it to educate the public about what you do and how you can help.  And it’s an essential to the practice of regression to cause hypnosis.

Regression hypnotherapy is therapeutic hypnosis.  There’s much more to it than induction, deepening, and offering a few suggestions.  Much more.  So, customizing your pre-talk to meet the needs of each client is an effective way to create a more cooperative client for the healing process.

Joe Dispenza, author of Breaking the Habit of Being You: How to Lose Your Mind and Create a New One, gives a TED talk on the triune brain.

Did you see how the compounding effect works on the brain neurologically?

Did you notice the power of forgiveness?

What makes a change permanent? A way of being?

Think about how you can incorporate this information about the brain into your educational pre-talk!

About the author 

Wendie Webber

With over thirty years of experience as a healing practitioner, Wendie brings a broad range of skills to her approach to regression to cause hypnosis. She combines a gentle, yet commanding way of presenting with a thorough, clear and systematic approach to helping healing practitioners to make sense of regression hypnotherapy.


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