Hypnosis for everyone
Hypnosis can help you lose weight, stop smoking, improve your sport performance, manage your stress, become confident and also help others achieve the same things.
Hypnosis in therapy is so powerful because it helps people learn new ways of responding to life so that low confidence, phobias or addictions no longer trip them up.
When you present powerfully you focus your audience’s attention so narrowly that the nature of their learning becomes hypnotic rather than merely conscious. This kind of learning feels a lot more profound for people.
The first thing any good hypnosis trainer will tell you is that to be an effective hypnotist, you need to be confident. That way you inspire confidence in your subject and they are free to relax with you. The same is true if you want to hypnotize your audience when presenting. First, you need to inspire confidence in them, and to do that you need to be free of anxiety. And when I talk about hypnotizing your audience I’m talking about the hypnosis of life.
Help your audience leave the room
When you hypnotize someone you get them to “leave the room” as they “travel” along your narrative within their mind. You achieve this by focusing their attention so intently that your words start to have a real effect on their experience – both conscious and unconscious. A skilled hypnotist can help you change the workings of your immune system or blood flow with their words. Think what effect you could have on an audience you are looking to influence. So why do I talk about “hypnosis” when describing the effect a great presenter has?
Hypnosis and the art of presenting
- Narrowed Focus