Ivona Olofsson, Linköping, Sweden
Mattias Ottosson, Östersund, Sweden
Jack Lidback, Uppsala, Sweden
Hypnotic coach diploma from Fredrik Praesto in 2007. BOA from Stockholm university; including language psychology, neurolinguistics and rhetorics. Trained regression therapist. Licensed sports instructor
What do you want to reach in life?
Things holding us back from our goals are often manifested in our early years, and often our conscious mind has forgotten the incident. Luckily it’s easy to get rid of them, allowing you to move on forward. With a regression during light hypnosis you’ll find that memory again. I will guide and help you get rid of it, or change it. If you don’t treat the course of the problem, but only the symptom it will be like taking a painkiller because you can’t run instead of realising you’ve got a broken leg. With the leg fixed you can run again. And it’s the same with your goals in life! Allow yourself the chance to become the person you want to be.
When you’ve read this, you’re probably getting interested and you’ll contact me to find out more. How can I help you?
Anna Gable Frimodig
Our colleague Patrik Larsson just listened to a podcast with Adam Eason. It’s from a Hypnosis Convention earlier this year (2017) in the UK. The panel consists of Gary Turner, Adam Eason, Melissa Tiers, Anthony Jacquin & James Tripp.
1h16min of mixed hypno-talk.
Top 3 desert island hypnosis books.
– Overdurf, Training Trances
– Thought Vail, Jerome Finley
– Adam Eason, science of self-hypnosis
– Trance-formations, B&G (helped her understand Miltons books)
– Milton Ericson: Exploratory casebook, or Hypnotic realities
– Monsters & Magical Sticks (gave her a perspective on hypnosis)
– Training Trances, Overdurf
– Louder than words, Benjamin Bergen (also wrote What the F)
– Memory, Michael Eysenck
– Cognitive psychology, Michael Eysenck
– Monster & Magical Sticks (always his top 1)
– How emotions are made, Lisa Feldman Barrett (not hypnosis)
– Hypnotic Techniques – David Calof
– Jörgen Rasmussen, “Provocative Hypnosis”. (#4)
– Oxford Handbook of Hypnosis, Michael Nash
– Casebook of clinical hypnosis, Steven Jay Lynn & Irving Kirsch
– Hypnosis and suggestibility (1933), Clark Hull