Author: William T Batten

The Mystery of the Unmarketable Hypnotist

The Mystery of the Unmarketable Hypnotist

Hypnotists should make great marketers. We are experts in persuasion, masters at solving pain and sublime communicators. When we speak, we transform worlds. And yet most hypnotists struggle to attract clients. How many of us dream of meaningful and profitable work, only to be forced to return to corporate hells after a few years? In

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Language versus Mystery: Hypnotising the Human Brain

Language versus Mystery: Hypnotising the Human Brain

The triune model describes the human brain as like an onion. The earliest part to evolve lies at the centre, with new layers emerging around it. The features that many animals share – fear, perception, memory and learning – rest at the core. More specialised adaptations, like social instincts, sit in the newer layers. All

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