Hypnosis – Timeline Elicitation and Trance with Jørgen Rasmussen

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Back in July I had Jørgen Rasmussen come over to HWT HQ to teach his exquisitely refined hypnotic regression format. The training was fantastic and truly surpassed my expectations as not only did he teach his formal regression process but also a complete, ‘out-of-the-box’ conversational hypnotic changework protocol!

If you want to read more about that you can do so right here: Jørgen Rasmussen’s 21st Century Regressions

Right here is a clip of Jørgen eliciting a timeline from Chris, before taking him on a simple ‘timeline trance journey’.

And please do make use of the comments sections below the video to ask questions or share your own observations and perspectives! 🙂

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James Tripp

Hypnotist and Transformative Facilitator. Creator of Hypnosis Without Trance.


  • John Roberts

    July 23, 2017


    In 1990 I was trained by Gil Boyne who is the Father of modern clinical hypnotherapy.

    Many of the techniques used by Jorgen come from Gil. Why is this considered 21st century hypnosis?

    Apparently Jorgen has packaged Gil’s approach and mixed it with some of the shock techniques of Bandler and Erickson.

    As, an aside. I truly loved Gil and all he taught me, but I gave up the uber-authoritarian approach, regressions, and abreactions many years ago.

    • James Tripp

      July 27, 2017

      Hi John

      This is not a programme I offer via HWT any more. The title was a reflection of the inclusion of current understandings regarding how memory works, along with Jorgens incorporation of particular ‘psycho-educational’ frames.

      Regarding ‘packaging’ – Jorgen’s approach is less about ‘packaging’ and more about pragmatics and the personal evolution of a methodology that he has used for years to get consistent results. Gil Boyne IS one of the anticedents, along with Tad James’ timeline work, framing approaches that I suspect are inspired by John Grinder, conceptualisations from Syd Banks ‘3 Principles’ and shock inductions from performance hypnosis. So Jorgen’s approach is about the blending of all of this within the context of his extensive clinical experience.

      I hope that clarifies things a little – please do feel free to ask Jorgen directly (you can find him easily on Facebook) should you wish to know more.

      All the very best,


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