Podcast Session 17: Handwriting and hypnosis, age regression, the Enneagram model and hypnosis Q&A

Brain Software hypnosis podcastMike Mandel and Chris Thompson are back for Session 17 of the best hypnosis podcast on the planet!

Here’s what we’ve got for you in Podcast Session 17:

  • What is handwriting analysis and how does it correspond to hypnosis?You’ll find this stuff fascinating.
  • What is age regression? What about “past life regression”? If you don’t believe in past lives but a client does, should you tamper with the client’s model of the world?
  • What’s a good NLP technique for detraumatization?
  • Learn about the amazing Enneagram personality typing system. It is always fascinating to hear Mike talk about this.
  • Can you utilize analog marking (and embedded commands) in a text message? Answer: NO. Mike explains why. Don’t be fooled by some of the junk you see on YouTube 🙂
  • There are three types of animals that can appear to be hypnotized. What are they and is it really hypnosis?
  • How do you use hypnosis to improve a skill such as Forex Trading? (question from a listener)
  • What can a hypnotherapist do when a client doesn’t want to discuss the details of a problem? (Hint: Content free therapy!)

The closing metaphor is about Canadian pianist, Glen Gould. What a wonderful story.

Sign up for Mike Mandel’s quickly approaching hypnosis training: This amazing training course runs for 5 days the week of Sept 24-28th in Toronto. Registrations are happening. Don’t miss out. Class capacity is limited.

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4 Responses to Podcast Session 17: Handwriting and hypnosis, age regression, the Enneagram model and hypnosis Q&A

  1. John Wojewoda August 11, 2012 at 10:10 pm #

    As a young child, Gould was taught piano by his mother. At the age of 10, he began attending The Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto.

    The above quote is from Wikipedia. Gould was not self taught, and at the Royal Conservatory there is a special school called The Glen Gould School, which is for outstanding young musicians. Saying he was self taught makes for a better story I guess. I am a student at the Royal Conservatory. Cheers.

  2. Mike Mandel August 17, 2012 at 3:27 pm #

    Even Wikipedia can be wrong…that’s right…

    Gould’s mother taught him, but he already had perfect pitch and could read music before he could read. His unusual posture at the piano and bizarre technique are essentially the product of his self-tutoring. Let’s let that read “essentially” self-taught, like all prodigies, from Paul Morphy to Angus Young.

    Best regards,

    Dr. Mike

  3. cyndy October 31, 2012 at 2:24 am #

    Dear Mike,
    I would like to book an appointment with you for a private consultation re chronic pain situation and related issues. I took one of your wonderful courses at the St. Mike’s College campus 10 years ago, loved every minute of it, and remember it like it was yesterday!! I’m (almost) totally clueless internet-wise, so I wasn’t able to figure out how to arrange a consultation that way, but I’m really desperate and would be so grateful if you could contact me at this email address. I live in North York.
    Thank you very much!

    • Chris October 31, 2012 at 1:55 pm #

      Cyndy – I forwarded this to Mike directly. Thanks very much for the great comment about your experience taking Mike’s class.