Be The Hypnotist… or Be Your Self!

This is a follow up piece to the last blog post Is Fear Stopping You Developing as a Hypnotist?

Many hypnosis trainers seem to be very keen to insist that their students ‘be The Hypnotist’. Whilst this can be a very powerful way to show up, for the beginner it can also often backfire and end up contributing to a buildup of fear and anxiety that gets in the way of practising and having fun with hypnosis.

But there is another way!


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James Tripp

Hypnotist and Transformative Facilitator. Creator of Hypnosis Without Trance.

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  • Kasper Fredholm

    December 3, 2013

    For me “Being the hypnotist” is to take responsability for the process. Not to be responsable for creating a “trance”-state or creating phenomena. Not even responsable for an outcome. But responsable for the process 🙂

  • Adis

    December 3, 2013

    Yes, yes , reminds me how I started playful experimentation then when it got “normal”, it turned into certainty. Though I find it difficult to imagine a really great hypnotist that hasnt got his playful experimentation side enhanced.

    P.S for anyone reading this Ross Jeffries has someuseful attitudes on inner game:
    “I either have fun getting what I want or
    I enjoy learning what I need to to get even better
    or both” – its a nice thing to have stuck in your head isnt it?

    • admin

      December 4, 2013

      Hi Adis

      Yes it is! Ross does indeed have some good inner game stuff! Often overlooked.



  • Roger

    December 5, 2013

    Very good strategy James, it makes a lot of sense.

  • Darren

    March 10, 2014

    Thanks for addressing this James. I make it a point to work on myself so I can be a better Hypnotherapist for my clients.

    • James Tripp

      March 19, 2014

      You are most welcome Darren 🙂


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