Hypnosis for Self-Hypnosis

Hypnotizing WatchMany people are curious about whether I could teach them self-hypnosis and if the skill is as effective as seeing me for treatment.

The answer is yes, it is possible to perform hypnosis on yourself. However, I don’t recommend that you teach yourself how, particularly if your problems — outside of your interest in learning self-hypnosis — need to be solved first.

The eagerness to take care of your needs independently is a great sign – receptiveness to hypnosis is essential to a successful treatment. I want you to keep in mind that the procedure is absolutely safe. You are fully relaxed, but never unconscious or unaware. For fifty minutes nothing else matters but the goal at hand. In high stress, such restorative periods don’t happen out of the blue for you. And when they do, you usually won’t get the outside guidance to use the time productively.
Are you considering a hypnosis session in my NYC office for your problems, and to potentially learn how to perform hypnosis yourself on yourself? Let me know. There’s plenty to learn on this website, too, if you’re interested: www.glucksolutions.org

Improve your Practice with Hypnosis Training

Hypnosis training in NYC with Dr. Errol GluckAre you a practicing hypnotist in the tri-state area, whose business is floundering? Do you have great basic hypnosis skills but want to increase your success rate with patients? Are you looking for certification from the National Guild of Hypnotists?

Well, you’ve come to the right website! For the last 38 years, I’ve been transforming the practices of several hypnotists, turning great potential into great profit. Several people come to me — with or without experience —  with a lot of ambition and intelligence, but they lack information about hypnosis techniques, the science of neuroplasticity, how to use induction on children and resistant personalities, and other issues.

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Hynosis Training in NYC – Calling All Medical Doctors! Hypnosis is a Great Tool

Several hospitals and medical schools each year are having their staff add hypnosis to their skill sets. Everyone—from dentists to nurses to psychotherapists to heart surgeons—is learning the craft of hypnosis to use as an auxiliary tool to other forms of treatment.

So, I’m going to amend Schopenhauer’s quote a bit here, and say,

“Hypnosis passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violent opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.”

Hypnosis is entering its self-evident phase.

If you are one of the several dentists, psychologists, surgeons and other medical practitioners in NYC, why not give yourself the necessary advantage of offering hypnosis to your clients. Give my office a call, and we’ll start your short-term hypnosis certification program today.

Check out my listing on the National Guild of Hypnotists

Hypnosis Training in NYC: Learn How to Start Your Own Practice

Hypnosis training in NYC with Dr. Errol Gluck Are you someone who has always enjoyed helping others? Do you have superior listening and communication skills? Are you someone who people feel comfortable opening up to? If so, you may have what it takes to become an extremely successful hypnotist.

As a part of my practice, I offer a highly selective training program for those who are motivated to help solve other people’s problems. If you are interested in exploring the complexities of the human mind and are eager to help other people in new ways, you could very well be my next trainee.

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Feelings Are Not Facts

Happy New Year’s to all. I want to talk a bit about the difference between facts and feelings. In order to do that, there is another duality I need to mention first, and that is the brain/mind split. For years, modern science has defined the brain and mind as, more or less, a singular entity. Recently, however, evidence suggests that the brain and mind are two distinct things. What’s more, they affect each other in deeply profound ways. Of course, we hypnotists knew that all along!

Basically, the mind distinguishes people from one another—it is the person’s abstract fingerprint, their soul DNA—and the brain operates all bodily function. The brain deals with facts, and the mind deals with feelings (of course, this is an oversimplification, but it serves the main point). The brain is evolutionary; the mind, innate. Most of the worries, anxieties, panic attacks, and bouts of depression are feeling-based. Your worry is not a fact. Your inhibitions are not true, like your age and weight are true. This is an important distinction to make.

The power of facts, and your choice of them, can greatly enhance your ability to make yourself feel better. Use what is hurting you to your advantage. If a fact seems like it is against you, play its game and use another fact to give you the wherewithal to maintain a position of gratitude and create something you’re proud of. And, hey, look what happened: your mind is feeling better. Funny how that works. The reason we admire people who face adversity with compassion and joy is because they look at facts in a much different way. What many deem the power of positive thinking is actually a skillful interplay between the brain and mind, facts and feelings.

I look forward to forging new paths with you in 2012. Till next week.