Transforming Time – Becoming a Powerful Hypnotist!

What is the difference between those people who are successful in becoming proficient and creative hypnotists (or NLP ers or Influencers… or anything) and those who study and study but just don’t seem to ever get there?

It’s simple really… watch the video and find out (and it has nothing to do with ‘talent’)

Hypnosis Skills Bootcamp – LAST FEW PLACES!

httpv://youtu.be/a3IyhScM388

Hypnosis Skills Bootcamp – LAST FEW PLACES!

About The Author

James Tripp

Hypnotist and Transformative Facilitator. Creator of Hypnosis Without Trance.

18 Comments

  • Jessica Ashton

    May 7, 2013

    This video was fantastic- exactly what I needed to see at exactly the right time. Thank you!!

    • admin

      May 7, 2013

      Thanks for the feedback, Jessica… Glad to be of service!

      All the very best

      James

  • Adis

    May 7, 2013

    Got a flashback, I read about hypnosis for about two years before I actually did something of note with it, and on the very first run I couldnt even get an eyelock to work hehe 🙂 exactlly a year ago starting from tomorrow.
    About your hypnotist friend story you told on the video, was he actually better than some hypnoterapists? I mean Ive heard stories of terapists not being good, but this one just seems weird.
    Thank you for the video its awesome.

  • Adis

    May 7, 2013

    Ouh sorry for the second comment, forgot to mention this, the mental attitude that works out the most is a playfull experimentation frame, First thing first I have fun no matter what, second I learn from every situation no matter how small it might be. This one seems to work out best for me.

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      May 7, 2013

      Hi Adis – my friend I mentioned got WAY better than your average hypnotherapist in a very short time. Why? Because he put a LOT of time in and much of it was in the challenging ‘street hypnosis’ environment (rather than the comfort of the hypnotherapy office).

      This is not to say it made him a better therapist, just a better hypnotist.

      All the very best

      James

  • Excellent content — and even more excellent process worth studying in this video. As someone who trains targeted voice effects for more hypnotic delivery, I have extremely high standards for evaluating how people use their voices on online demonstrations. And most of what’s out there does not meet my most basic expectations of a skilled voice.

    By significant contrast: James’ vocal delivery and mastery of rhythm demonstrated in this video makes him someone any NLP or hypnosis student needs to include in their studies. I’m sharing this!

    • admin

      May 7, 2013

      Thanks Jonathan! And to tie your most welcome feedback in with the content of the video, I put a lot of ‘transforming time’ in with my voice some years back, having received feedback highlighting it as a ‘development area’ (i.e. my voice use was crap 🙂 ).

      From that perspective, it is great to get this piece of feedback from you! (Especially from you, as I know that this is a major area of expertise for you). Thanks Again!

      All the very best,

      James

  • Debbie Pitzel

    May 8, 2013

    Thanks for the excellent video! Very useful and motivating.

    I am really disappointed I will not be able to attend the upcoming Weekend Bootcamp. I was hoping you might run another workshop in the future. I am planning my first trip to Europe for Spring or Fall of 2014.

    In the meantime, I now feel motivated enough to invent my own version of “Bootcamp.” I’ll share my experience when it’s done. If it’s not a learning experience for other hypnotists out there, at least it may be humorous and perhaps entertaining!

    Debbie P (Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada)

    • admin

      May 8, 2013

      Hi Debbie

      The bootcamp is likely to be the last formal hypnosis training for a while, simply because I am focusing on other areas (life change, creative living etc.). But getting your own ‘bootcamp’ together is a great idea!
      Love to hear back on what you create!

      All the very best

      James

  • Thanks James I second what you and Jonathon have said you are exactly right no surprises there. 🙂 I have always told stories relating in a motivational way my experience overcoming serious health issues so I must have got my transformation real early somehow. People used to tell me I must be a hypnotist because I always made them feel calm, many said I had cured their pain. I didn’t have a clue I was using hypnosis I really wondered what they were saying for many years. I guess I was fortunate that I had to learn with speech therapy how to speak again age 22, 1978 after a TBI. The degree of focus I still have to put in to speaking and the care I have to take with my voice has given me I feel a very precise hypnotic delivery. I have since that time studied hypnosis, and will be teaching advanced hypnosis come September but my delivery came first, and not from watching or from a text book so yes you are so very right about getting quality time in with real hypnosis. To close may I reiterate now again? Yes of course you are right, and thank you, great video Sir.

    Semper Fidelis (Always Faithful)

    Keithanthony

    • admin

      May 8, 2013

      Thanks for the comment Keithanthony – always love to hear of limitation turned into strength! 😀

      All the very best

      James

  • You are most welcome James.

    I’m really looking forward to my first face to face lecture. It will be a real buzz to have an audience I can see since up to now I have done purely radio lectures with hypnosis where I find I really do have to focus on pace, delivery, and because I have no responses from listeners until they engage in shoutbox, phone in, or message me later, I have to imagine everyone of them as if I have projected myself into the many rooms where they listen.

    I would say if you really want to learn our craft then an unseen unheard audience cannot be matched it is a fabulous privilege, and experience in confidence building for which I am truly blessed.

    I consider myself very fortunate to have who knows how many listening however my stage debut will be as good as I can be because I have pre-played for many months my approach so that I will be fully prepared. I simply imagine my positive outcome being a standing ovation at the end. Then I work backwards to the start of my presentation but I just better remember that on the day I gotta run it forwards.

    My overall goal is to empower everybody to be the best they can possibly be, and I find in contrast to that which many therapist have told me it helps immensely for me to maintain humility because I realise I am no more than the coach driver using a tannoy to guide people to places where they have a fabulous experience, when they disembark my tour bus.

    I don’t believe in luck or adversity I think only in terms of results. Whatever they are they move you always forwards even when we fall. I have fallen hard many times but the secret is to smile and always get up one more time than we fall.

    The secret I think is to Never Never Give Up. Always view the impossible as a trend looking for a break through, and use our success over adversity as a lesson, a gift to inspire, and strengthen others. When people tell us, as they will that, “You can’t” always add “Yet nevertheless you will!”

    Maybe that sounds a little crazy but it works well for me. 🙂

    Semper Fidelis

    Keithanthony

  • Daniela

    May 8, 2013

    Hey James,
    I really loved this video. I have been running an online practice group since the beginning of the year and that group quickly proved your point. The progress has been nothing but miraculous for many of us. Even several trainers joined in. I am now working on creating a formal practice platform because it quickly started to go beyond the capacities of my time and the technology. One of the biggest drawbacks I found about learning hypnosis was no one to practice with. Whether it was after returning from a seminar or watching canned training via DVD (at some point you just get left behind if you have no practice partner). Some skills really require someone who is interested in hypnosis and some skills of course are much better practiced with willing subjects. I would love to chat with you about this when you have some time. D.

  • Amin

    May 9, 2013

    Brilliant idea! I really should focusing on the transformation time from now on. I learn a lot of information about your hypnosis without trance already and I should start practicing it from now on. Thanks James!

  • Tommy G

    May 9, 2013

    Thanks James,

    Valuable stuff here, can’t agree more with the “die before you go into battle” frame.

    I definitely had a few of those moments when i started, but nobody told me that it was necessary, I had to evaluate persevere!

    Great knowledge for anyone looking to rise above and create real results.

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