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Stage Hypnosis All Lessons

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Lesson One: What is Hypnosis?1.0 Introduction1.1 The Basic Principles of Hypnosis1.2 Having Fun with Hypnosis1.3 The Dangers of Hypnosis1.4 Exercises1.5 Summary1.0 Introduction by Wayne Perkins, Stage Hypnotist-------------------------------------------------------------Greetings and welcome to the wonderful world of professional stage hypnotism. Myname is Wayne Perkins and I will be your instructor for these classes. I have beenhypnotizing people of over 25 years and I am going to teach you the secrets and shortcutsinvolving stage hypnotism as well as the basic fundamentals.You can learn how to hypnotize other people to satisfy your curiosity, create a newincome stream or learn a new fulltime profession. Regardless of your reason of downloading this class, I can help you achieve success in a very short time.The majority of stage hypnotists learned from reading a book and just trying the stuff outfor themselves. Books are great and they will help you, however the quickest and easiestway is to get some great instructions and dive right into the material.Based upon the success habits of successful stage hypnotism students, here is the singlemost important tip that I can give you...Get off to a FAST and ORGANIZED start.To really organize you class, please print this E-mail and keep it in a 3-ring binder. Whenyou are ready, e-mail the rest of the class in numerical order and place that in your binder as well.Make sure you write notes where you feel notes are appropriate.Get all the education you can. Lean to become the best Professional Stage Hypnotist youcan!1.1 The Basic Principles of Hypnosis-----------------------------------------------------------------Question: What is hypnosis?Hypnosis refers to the extraordinary power words have when surrounded by our completeattention. When you are hypnotized you are actually in a very focused state of concentration.Many people think a hypnotized person is asleep because of all the relaxation. But this isnot true. As a person goes deeper and deeper into hypnosis the concentration gets moreand more pronounced.
Back in the 1970s a professional boxer named Ken Norton would hypnotize himself  before and while he was in the boxing ring. He became the heavyweight champion of theworld by using hypnosis for concentration.Dolly Parton, the country singer/song-writer used hypnosis to improve her song writingability.Lilly Tomlin used hypnosis to become more creative in her comedy writing and performing.Sylvester Stallone used hypnosis to become more self-confident when he was selling theidea of the "Rocky" movies to Hollywood movie producers.Many sports figures use hypnosis to help them improve their sports performances.Think of hypnosis as super concentration because that is exactly what it is.Question: What are the conscious mind and the subconscious mind?Answer: The conscious mind is the part of the mind that we use to analyze and makedecisions regarding movement or activities to engage in. We use our conscious mind allday long.Question: What is the sub-conscious mind?The sub-conscious mind is the part of the mind that is always active but operates behindthe scenes unless we call upon it through meditation or hypnosis. By operating behindthe scenes I mean whenever we engage in an automatic activity such as singing a song we"know by heart," drive a car, run on a treadmill or listen to music we have heard over andover again.Those all would be conscious activities if we were learning the song for the first time,learning how to drive for the first few times, getting on a treadmill for the first time or listening carefully to a new song.Our subconscious mind is like a computer. Once it is programmed it works on its own. Inorder to change the activity you must change the program. A hypnotist is successful tothe degree he can temporarily change the program, (with stage hypnosis) or permanentlyaffect the program through hypnotherapy.For more information regarding frequently asked questions regarding hypnosis, go to thefollowing URL when you are connected to the Internet.http://www.wayneperkins.net/hypnosis/faq.html 1.2 Having Fun with Hypnosis-----------------------------------------------------------------
Hypnosis is fun. It is fun for the hypnotist and it is fun for the person being hypnotized. Itis also a great deal of fun for people watching your performance.Since most hypnotic inductions suggest relaxation of all of the muscle groups, most of your hypnotic subjects, also known as hypnotees, really enjoy the process.Question: Do people remember everything that happens to them when they arehypnotized?Answer: People will remember everything that happens to them when they arehypnotized, unless you instruct them to forget. Many stage hypnotists like to tell themthey will forget everything that happened to them on stage.The reason for this is because it will be proof to that individual that he/she was reallyhypnotized as other people will ask that person what happened, or why did you ask sostrange when you were on-stage? It will also prove to that person's friends thatsomething strange really did happen.When I hypnotize on stage, sometimes I ask for "amnesia" and sometimes I don't.Remember that whenever you are hypnotizing an individual, keep in mind that they wantto have fun and keep their interests and safety in the forefront of your mind.1.3 The Dangers of Hypnosis-----------------------------------------------------------------When you hypnotize an individual or a group, you will be developing a very deep rapportwith that individual or group. You can count on people following every suggestion yougive them and following it to the letter.With that in mind, you need to give suggestions to people that will not harm them physically or emotionally.You would never want to hypnotize a stranger, lay that stranger between two chairs withhis head resting on one end and his feet resting on the opposite chair and then walk acrosshis/her stomach.Many hypnotists still do that bit, and you have no idea if that person just came out of stomach surgery or has a serious physical problem.Always keep the safety and well being of the subject foremost in your mine.Question: What is so dangerous about hypnosis other than standing on someone'sstomach?Answer: If you are taking a person back in time, for example, you may trigger a verytraumatic experience that doesn't lend itself to entertainment. You NEVER want tosuggest that a person is getting an electric shock or that he is going to be physically

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