Subscribers to my email list receive a free sample of Unlock the Vault: The Art of Self-hypnosis. This sample has a few cool tricks for quickly and easily putting yourself into a trance. Whether you want to learn better, focus, relax or delete a bad habit, it’s easier in a trance. But I decided that
Some of you might wonder what qualifies me to talk about meditation. I’m a certified hypnotist, sure, but that only covers part of this blog. What about the rest? I learned to meditate from the school of life. Then from a hypnosis school. Then… Well. Let’s start with that.
There’s a parable about a mysticism expo. On a dusty alley, just off the expo’s centre, were three booths. “Come,” said the psychic in the first booth, “see into your past. I will read your soul and tell you its many earlier lives.” People queued and paid good money to be cold read and told
I defer to Yoda’s expertise when it comes to The Force. The little dude has centuries on me. But I have to disagree with him about ‘doing’ vs ‘trying’. Maybe meditation works differently for Jedi. Who knows. But his famous quotation is completely backwards: Try or try not – there is no do. Many people
I like dancing when there’s a point to it. For example, I spent many years learning swing dancing. It’s great fun because there are moves, connection, and other great stuff. But the dancing you do in nightclubs – where everyone just sort of flails around – isn’t for me. It’s feels awkward and boring. Yet
I love coffee. Unlike many coffee drinkers, I like it enough to take it black, no sweetener. (I confess to liking the occasional bit of spice – ginger and chilli, for example. But my default brew is straight from the plant). Also, I drink it because I like it. I’m lucky enough to not rely