Short answer: YES.
Your weight is caused by so many factors – your genetics, your diet, your environment, medication, even things like parasites and gut bacteria.
So anyone promising to turn you into a fitness model is probably straining credibility.
No matter who you are and what your circumstances, you can reach a healthier weight.
And a big part of it (and for many folk, the biggest part) is their relationship to food.
Do you eat junk food to celebrate?
To reward yourself?
To get through a long day?
Maybe even to punish yourself?
There’s no shame in any of that. The only shame is continuing to let it control you.
Hypnosis is a powerful and effective way to redesign your relationship with food. You can learn a better, healthier way to not just eat but to live.
It’s hard to do it consciously. You tell yourself to skip dessert, then find yourself eating cake.
That’s why it pays to do it unconsciously, where the root of your relationship with food lies.
Or maybe that’s too much for you right now. You’re not trying to resolve your baggage – you just want to eat a little better.
That’s where hypnotic gastric banding comes in handy. You can be hypnotized to get full faster and reduce your appetite. If you’re not after anything fancy, it does the job beautifully.
But, really, that’s treating the symptom, not the cause.
All you need is a little extra discipline – something hypnosis cultivates in minutes a day.
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Short answer: ABSOLUTELY
Cold turkey works for a lucky few. They find it easy to change the habit and stick with it.
But most folk aren’t so lucky – and if you’re reading this, you’re probably one of them.
You probably know what smoking does to harm you. But how much do you know about how it helps you?
Because it must help you – at least a little. Otherwise you wouldn’t do it.
Do you smoke to relax?
To break the tension?
To give yourself a break?
To distract yourself?
To fit in with people?
Unless you find ways to do this without smoking, your unconscious will fight you.
It’s good to relax, fit in and take breaks from things. Your mind will fight to hold onto those, which means it fights to hold onto the smoking habit.
Unless you train your unconscious mind to think differently.
To see smoking as the harmful habit it is.
And to find new, better ways to get all it does for you, and more.
My Breathe Freely program cuts to the heart of your smoking habit and changes it from the inside. It’s overflowing with strategies – some conscious, some unconscious – that’ll free you from this, even if you’ve struggled to quit before.
It’s part of a set of other mind training products too. What if your life became so amazing, you simply didn’t have room in it for cigarettes?
Or you could simply focus on breaking that habit once and for all.
Either way, here’s the link:
Short answer: OF COURSE.
We humans are tribal animals. Every one of us carries the genes of hunter-gatherers who had to get along.
If your ancestor annoyed their tribe too much, they’d get kicked out. Alone, their chance of survival drops. And their chance of reproduction plummets to practically zero.
You descended from folk who played well with others.
Part of that is having an instinct for your self-worth. It’s not enough to get along with everyone – you have to add value to the tribe.
Freeloaders, no matter how friendly, risked exile.
We still have this instinct today – this internal barometer as to whether we’re of value to others.
Ideally, it makes you feel safe and comfortable most of the time.
If your worth starts to slip, you feel bad until you fix it.
That’s the theory, anyway.
Today, though, this instinct can misfire.
It might come from comparing yourself to folk in magazines, on TV or on social media.
It might come from unrealistically high standards – from yourself or others.
Or it could come from a hundred other places.
Wherever it comes from, this instinct starts telling you you’re not valuable. And if you’re not valuable, you’re not safe. The tribe can kick you out at any moment.
Anxiety comes from feeling this way all the time, even when it’s not true.
It comes from your relationship with yourself and the rest of the world.
Now, hypnosis is excellent at getting you to relax. It’s one of the best things it can do. Most folk, within a few minutes of their first trance, feel at least a little more relaxed.
And if you go deep enough, you feel this deep sense of comfort – one that’s hard to describe and even hard to imagine.
This relaxation is an excellent antidote to anxiety.
And with hypnosis, you can train your mind to relax when you’d otherwise feel anxious.
You can find many ways to relax, even as your mind grows more powerful.
Here’s where you can learn it:
Short answer: SOMETIMES
Most folk have a simplistic view of how depression works.
There are those who say it’s just a mood you can snap yourself out of.
Then there are those who say it’s chemical – for some people, as inevitable as their fingernails growing.
Neither perspective captures the full story.
Some folk can “snap themselves out of it”. Depression has psychological causes, which means it can have psychological treatments. Something as simple as changing your job or learning better habits can do the trick.
Important note: that’s not medical advice. And it certainly doesn’t work for everyone. Plenty of folk seem to need medication, whether for the short term or longer. Always talk to a qualified medical professional about this.
And if you do, some of those professionals will recommend hypnosis.
Depression isn’t logical or illogical. You might have the dream life – partner, kids, job, house, the works – and still feel flat or blue.
That’s because something deep in your mind is processing things strangely.
There’s a thought loop buried deeply.
Maybe it says you don’t deserve this.
Maybe it says you should have achieved more.
Or maybe it’s more insidious, talking about how life isn’t worth living.
We all have thoughts like these, even though they’re not true. The problem arises when they persist and dominate your thinking.
Part of treatment for depression might include digging to the root of these thoughts and exposing them to light. Like I said, depression isn’t logical, so you can’t logic your way out of it.
Which means you need to approach it from a different angle.
A more unconscious perspective.
Your deepest beliefs aren’t fully logical, but they influence your mind and actions anyway.
Hypnosis is a fantastic way to engage with these beliefs. It engages them where they live – your unconscious.
To experience this for yourself – at least in a small way – head to this page:
Short answer: YEP
Certain things are within conscious control. You can choose to lift your arm or say the word “red”.
You can choose, to some extent, what to pay attention to.
And then there are all those things you can’t consciously control.
Like your heartbeat. If I told you to raise your heartbeat, most of you would run around for a bit. That’s because your unconscious controls your heart, outside of your conscious awareness.
Feeling happy is another example. There are things you can do to make happiness more likely – like browsing photos of puppies – but you can’t choose to be happy.
Sleeping deeply is another example.
There are things you can do but ultimately it’s outside your conscious control. Whatever part of you falls asleep doesn’t respond to your conscious intentions.
That doesn’t mean it’s hopeless, though.
Hypnosis reaches deep into your unconscious mind. Some part of you wants to fall asleep, while some part of you blocks it. With hypnosis, you can interact with these parts and resolve the conflict.
You might know what keeps you awake or it might be a mystery to you.
Either way, it’s not a question of choice.
But it is a matter of engaging with your unconscious and dealing with whatever thoughts keep you awake.
When you can do nothing but relax into a deep sleep, a long night’s rest comes easily.
And you can experience this hypnosis in action through the Sleep Well System, which is one small part of this incredible mind training program:
Short answer: DEFINITELY.
Tinnitus – also known as ringing in the ears – affects more people than those who suffer from it.
That is, plenty of folk have it but it doesn’t bother them.
It’s not a question of the severity of the tinnitus – it’s a matter of how they approach it.
Because many folk have the clever strategy of ignoring it.
Think about it – if you never noticed the ringing, never even heard it, would you say you suffered from tinnitus?
Would you even say you had it?
Now, the strange thing is you already do this to some extent. After all, the ringing isn’t there all the time.
It comes and goes.
It might disappear completely for long periods, only to return in full force.
It’s a hassle, I know.
But where does it go when you can’t hear it?
Hypnosis is perfect for building on what you already do, and that’s suppress the signal. You don’t notice everything in your environment – how aware are you of the clothing on your back, or what your left foot is doing? Before I mentioned them, you probably didn’t notice them.
With hypnosis, you can do the same thing to your tinnitus. You can train your senses so it doesn’t register. Your brain automatically ignores it, treating it like an unimportant signal.
Which it is.
The first step is to learn how to relax through the frustration.
The second is to focus on everyone that’s not the tinnitus.
You can experience both at no cost here:
Short answer: IT CAN.
Whether your addiction is psychological (like porn or gambling) or chemical (like alcohol or painkillers), there’s a psychological component to it.
If you think of addiction as a physical dependence, something your body requires, then you’re missing a key part of the picture.
You might be right – but what it does for your mind is far more interesting.
You may have heard of those experiments with rats. Put them in a cage with water and alcohol, and they quickly become alcoholics.
But put them in a cage with toys, other rats, places to explore and fun things to do, and they barely touch the booze.
Most addictions are a form of escapism – a way to avoid facing something that’s too big to handle.
So you retreat into distractions.
Until those distractions become your best way of coping.
But what if you could face whatever you’re avoiding? Whether it’s loneliness, guilt, shame, sadness, loss or whatever – what if you were strong enough to handle it?
The truth is you are strong enough. You have more than everything you need.
You simply haven’t brought your resources to the table.
That’s not me blaming you, by the way. Who taught you how to use your mind, how to access your inner strengths? No one – we’re all stumbling through life without any guidance.
Until now, that is, because hypnosis can guide you right to what you need to access.
This can be a long journey – and, at times, a difficult one.
But it’s easier than living with something you don’t need.
Especially when you enhance your Priorities, Persistence and Power – all easy enough with the 8P System.
To begin to use hypnosis to complement your other strategies, begin here:
Short answer: YOU BETCHA.
Like most things, erectile dysfunction is complicated.
It can have many causes and many components.
Nerve damage, tissue damage, hormones – they all play a role.
But don’t underestimate the role of psychology.
Erectile dysfunction can strike at the heart of the male ego. It can lead to all sorts of resentments, judgements, shame and feelings of inadequacy.
The strange thing is all these negative emotions feed into the problem.
They only make it worse, as if you’re extinguishing a fire with lighter fluid.
Learning to relax can make it more bearable.
It might even solve the problem entirely.
Easier said than done, right? I mean, how can you relax when there’s so much pressure to perform too?
Well, that’s where hypnosis comes into play. Hypnosis is excellent for relaxation – the sort of deep, full body relaxation you need to lessen things like erectile dysfunction.
Quiet your mind enough and you’ll be back to full strength in no time.
Here’s how you can begin – with Patience:
Short answer: DARN STRAIGHT IT CAN.
There’s nothing wrong with a little blushing here or there. Adding some rosiness to your cheeks can do a lot for how folk see you.
But if you’re reading this, I guess your blushing goes beyond that.
When it goes too far, it makes you look nervous, timid and lacking confidence.
And whether you’re in sales, an office job or going on a date, folk assume you don’t have what it takes. Nervousness suggests incompetence.
It might not be fair, but that’s the way people think.
Fortunately, you can do something about it.
Blushing is an automatic response, outside your conscious control. This makes it perfect for hypnosis.
You could try not to blush, which will probably make you blush harder.
Or you could work with your unconscious mind – the part that controls your blushing response.
Some inner part of you is overly enthusiastic. It responds to the tiniest pressure by flooding your cheeks with blood.
But what if you could get this part of you to relax?
To settle down?
To respond more intelligently to pressure and send the blood where you really need it?
When it comes to retraining your automatic responses, nothing beats hypnosis.
See what else it can do for your relationships, at no cost:
Short answer: UNDENIABLY.
Pain isn’t what most people think it is. They see it as a signal from the body – an unchangeable message saying something is wrong.
And there’s some truth to that.
But a better way of looking at it is it’s a signal from your mind, telling you to pay attention.
And if it’s in your mind, you can change it.
A big call? Perhaps. Luckily I can prove it.
Have you ever given yourself a minor injury, like a bruise or papercut, and not noticed until hours later?
Your body suffers damage, but you don’t even notice. You don’t even feel the pain until you pay attention to it later.
An extreme example of this is with soldiers in battle. They can experience fatal wounds and not even realise.
Pain is your mind’s way of getting you to pay attention. If you have a sore foot, it means you need to use that foot with care.
No playing soccer with it – not until it’s healed, at least.
So long as you pay attention, you don’t have to feel the pain as much.
And you can improve the quality of your attention through hypnosis. You can train your unconscious to process the discomfort – to keep just enough to remind you to take care.
Now, I don’t recommend this unless you’ve sought medical attention. With hypnosis, you can numb parts of your body… but then you risk ignoring a serious medical condition. As always, seek professional advice first.
Once you’ve done that, hypnosis can rebuild your relationship with your mind and body.
From there, you can enjoy much greater comfort.
Here’s where you begin – with relaxation and focus training:
Short answer: SURE THING.
The simplest way to use hypnosis to stop nail biting is called aversion therapy. Imagine you were hypnotised to think your nails tasted disgusting… or biting them hurt you.
That’s simple enough to do.
But there’s a better way.
You bite your nails for a reason. Maybe it’s a convenient distraction, maybe it’s your way of coping with stress.
Find a better way to get these and the nail biting habit takes care of itself.
You can use hypnosis to learn to relax and focus at any time. What if something as simple as touching the back of your wrist melted stress away?
Would you even need to bite your nails then?
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Short answer: YES BUT BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR.
Many people wonder if you can use hypnosis to forget someone. After a messy breakup, it’s tempting to want to eliminate them from your mind.
To not even blink if you saw them walking down the street.
Can hypnosis do this?
The answer is yes.
But is that what you really want?
Imagine I offered you two choices:
The first is you forget everything about your ex… but you keep the heartbreak. Only now you’re confused because you don’t know why you have a broken heart, and you can’t move on because you can’t remember where you’ve been.
Or, you remember your ex, but you heal the emotional wounds faster.
Which would you pick?
Only one is the healthy option.
When you feel the loss of a relationship, your mind runs a simple pattern. You think about your ex, then you feel bad.
This happens so fast you can’t even tell it’s a two-step process. It all seems to happen at once.
Which can make it seem like you’ll never get over them.
But in time, you do. Because you learn to think about your ex, then feel neutral about it.
Full healing comes when you feel good about what you had and are grateful for it.
With hypnosis, you can speed up this process of relearning how to think about your ex.
It’s perfect for taking negative reactions and taking the sting out of them.
You can experience that soothing calmness right now:
Short answer: CERTAINLY.
Sometimes, hypnosis doesn’t give you what you want.
Maybe the hypnotist made an honest mistake – it happens.
Or maybe you were hypnotised by a petty loser eager for a power trip.
Whatever the case, hypnotic suggestions can often feel strong. Stronger than anything else in your mind.
That’s great if the suggestion helps you. If not, not so much.
Fortunately, there’s a simple remedy. Just like how the best defence against a martial artist is martial arts, the best defence against hypnosis is hypnosis.
You can eliminate any hypnotic suggestion you don’t want.
I’m happy to send you Power – my audio program that removes unwanted suggestions at no cost.
All you need to do is enter your best email address:
But how do you know you can trust me?
It’s a great question.
I’m not some schmuck giving away stuff for free on YouTube – I’m running a business. That means I’m a professional with a reputation to defend.
You won’t get anything from me except honest and effective hypnotic solutions.
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