Hypnosis and Awakening of consciousness

Apr 20, 2017 by Tom in  Articles

Hypnosis and Awakening of consciousness

Would you be interested by the awakening of inner wisdom?

Awakening your own wisdom, is a necessity, particularly when your goal is to awaken someone else’s self-awareness. It is possible that some coachs and some therapists still deny this need, while others confess that they want to feel more alive! It is because they are not taking into consideration that, overtime, life become more and more difficult, every single day, and they don’t allow themselves to make a move and take in hand, their own lives. Do you, sometimes, feel frustrated, and upset, without being able to monitor your own thoughts? Missing out on the awakening of self-awareness, is missing out on something really essential, to your mental balance.

No one wants to live a life with no purpose, you want a joyful and pleasant life, full of intellectual wealth, but also a life of sharing, benevolence and compassion. The awakening of your own consciousness is the key that opens the doors to other perspectives.

In order to awaken your consciousness – and with the aim to live an enlightened life, full of wisdom – we need tools that properly operate, and that will make a huge difference, within your practice. If Hypnosis is well used with proper structured suggestions, then the consciousness will harmoniously awaken.

Hypnosis will awaken your consciousness and gradually, you will strengthen yourself toward higher levels of consciousness.

You are all welcome to the World Congress 2017, on the 8th, 9th and 10th of September 2017. Lecturers from all over the world will be present, with us.

Register here, for the World Congress, from the 8th to 10th of September 2017 in Paris.

Hypnosis Hyperemperia

Hypnosis Hyperemperia

During a hypnosis session, did you ever had to face resistant patients? Have you ever had to deal with something that goes wrong during your session because your patient did not respond well to the trance? Despite all your efforts and your skills? If so, then it is quite frustrating… Admit it. Yet, some practitioners manage to do it easily. What are their secrets? Hypnosis Hyperemperia.

This type of hypnosis, revolutionizes trance techniques, and brings openings to the other fields of consciousness. Hyperemperia has been practiced in France by a few minority of competent therapists and has been a benchmark in the United States. This technique allows the best therapists to keep control over the session and achieve the main goals, whatever is happening.

Hyperemperia was created by Don Gibbons, during the 70’s. The principle is simple; it is about an ascending trance. Don Gibbons is passionate about the extension of our physical senses, such as sight and hearing. He has drawn his inspiration from the work of the Professor Stephen Hawking, in order to develop the concept of parallel universes in Hypnosis.

How does Hyperemperia work?

As a practitioner, you are not going to look for deepening the trance.
As a practitioner, you are not going to help your patient to focus on something.

Instead:
✔️ You are going to make your patient aware of everything that is surrounding him.
✔️ You will awaken your patient as much as you can, to make him ‘alive’:
• An opening of consciousness
• The possibility of reviving ecstasies
• And showing paths to another reality

This technique unlocks beautiful prospects for success… So, come and meet our expert within this field, Grégoire De Lasteyrie. He will reveal to you, everything about Hyperemperia, his own techniques, his clinical discoveries, and all the possibilities…
If you wish to have a chance to experience something else, come and meet us on the 8th, 9th and 10th of September 2017, at the World Congress 2017. We will be there to welcome you for 3 full days and we will have the opportunity to live together a unique adventure.

Register here, for the World Congress, from the 8th to 10th of September 2017 in Paris.

The use of Milton Model

The use of Milton Model

How do you like to learn? As soon as we were born, our brain is feeding itself from new information and new learnings. Learning mechanisms remain actives and keep on growing whilst motivation is sometimes diminishing over time. We tend to lose our creativity, our self-confidence, and we are sometimes becoming less cheerful. Some of us tend to find that learning is becoming more and more difficult, and we sometimes suffer from it. So, why so many of us, find difficulties when comes the time for learning new things, when learning should be a source of pleasure, as it used to be? For example, learning a new language was wonderful, learning how to count, learning new stories, learning to learn…

Many studies carried out within Japanese universities show that the language used to teach, is one of the determining elements and it is directly related to our motivation. Obsolete learning models are always the ones that are practiced, to the detriment of our ecology. As therapists, parents and teachers, we can easily implement a more effective way of communication, so our children and ourselves can rediscover the taste of learning within the discovery field.

In this conference, you will learn: Linguistic models for installing positive belief in learners’ minds, in an easy way.

Brian Cullen runs a training and help centre in Nagoya, in Japan. The means of communication he has set up, are based on Japanese Universities studies, carried out on Ericksonian Approaches.

Register here, for the World Congress, from the 8th to 10th of September 2017 in Paris.

NLP & Using the Unconscious

NLP & Using the Unconscious

Do you know Saadi, the poet? He was born in 1210, and was one of the greatest Persian poets. He has a poor and difficult childhood and a tumultuous life made of studies, travels, exile in hostile environments, imprisonment and slavery. A life made up of disparate encounters: bandits, intellectuals, common people, who enriched him, thus pushing back the limits of his thoughts. In his book “The garden of fruits”, the poet asks us to devote our leisure ‘to wiping away the dust that tarnishes the mirror of our heart’.

What a wonderful metaphor to describe our struggle again ourselves, in connection with our negligence, our weakness and our humanity. Do you feel concerned by this 800 years old evocation? Are we all concerned? No matter what we think, it is essential, as a therapist, to know our shadow side, and how to implement our skills in order to tame it.

Our speaker Professor Reza Omraie uses “NLP and our unconscious mind” to help people in pain or suffering, according to him, it is our duty as a being, to consider the suffering as a whole, even if it is not physical.

This leads our practices through humanity, where everyone on this earth should feel responsible for peace, the environment and justice.

Register here, for the World Congress, from the 8th to 10th of September 2017 in Paris.