The Possibilities Process ™ FREE “Hypnotic” Meditation Support
A short (10 minute) hypnotic boost. Just watch with the issue we are working on in mind and see what happens. Ideal for quick support between office visits .
In 1982 I produced what was one of the first – maybe the first – hypnotic subliminal videos: today there are “millions”, but are they real hypnotism? Or something else? Decide for yourself. And treat yourself to a free hypnotic meditation introduction to the Possibilities Process.
My testimonial pages show the incredible results my clients experience through hypnosis and hypnotic coaching. But here is a partial list of famous and semi-famous people who used hypnotism and self-hypnosis to succeed.
Obviously these people did not come to my Warwick, Rhode Island or Seekonk, Massachusetts hypnosis offices – I just mention them here to give you an idea of what is possible once you learn to manage your mind.
Albert Einstein (physicst and all round genius) – He spoke in great depth about his use of trance and hypnosis to develop his ideas, including his world-changing Theory of General Relativity.
Ellen DeGeneres (talk show host) – well known that she used hypnosis to successfully quit smoking.
Rachmaninov (classical music composer) – one of my favorites and credited much of his success to his use of self-hypnosis
Jackie Kennedy (former first lady) – said to have used hypnosis to help her get through her grief after President Kennedy’s assassination.
Matt Damon (celebrity actor) – says quitting smoking with hypnosis was “the greatest decision I ever made in my life”
Tiger Woods (golf champion) – says he has used hypnosis and visualization since childhood to help him focus on his game. If it worked for Tiger, why not try it on your handicap?
Winston Churchill (world leader) – used hypnosis to stay alert and focused during periods of great stress in World War II.
Mozart (classical music composer) – contemporaries wrote that he composed one of his most famous operas (Cosi fan tutte) while in a hypnotic trance.
So you may not be famous (yet), but managing your mind can help you achieve your goals more quickly and effectively. And hypnosis and hypnotic coaching are tools that can help you do just that.
Hypnosis for Rhode Island and South Eastern Massachusetts LGBTQ Communities
Over my 17 years in practice I have helped many people who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Transgender or just plain sexually unique achieve their goals through hypnosis and hypnotic coaching. Sometimes I know their sexual identity: sometimes I don’t. I never ask – though you are welcome to disclose if you feel your orientation is related to your issue.
But I think it may be important for you to know
that my hypnotic coaching practice is a judgement free zone.
People who identify as LGBTQ come to hypnosis for the exactly same reasons as anyone: quitting smoking, losing weight, handling stress, dealing with difficult relationships, study skills, career help, confidence, pain management, habit change (including alcohol, drug use as well as nail biting, procrastination, etc), handling fears such as flying, driving and heights. For most issues I work with sexual orientation is completely irrelevant and, frankly, none of my business.
Beyond these I have gained an understanding over the years of the special challenges LGBTQ people face in daily life:
- Dealing with family, employers and friends who may not accept or understand that being LGBT or Q is not a choice, but simply an expression of who you are.
- Self-acceptance despite a mainstream (“straight” culture) that is still wrapping its head around the idea that some people simply don’t fit into that mold.
- Coping with outright prejudice.
I have helped LGBTQ people use hypnosis and the power of the subconscious mind to get over the loss of partners, come out to family and go through transition and gender re-assignment.
I don’t claim to specialize in LGBTQ issues, just want to assure you of a safe and welcoming place to work on whatever issue you want to change in your life through
The Story of the Captain
Who Lost Control of Her Ship
And how you can get your life back on course with hypnosis
A sea captain decided she (or he) would sail north. The crew had other ideas. They thought south sounded better. The ship headed south. The captain complained and threatened. The ship still headed south. The captain took out a shotgun. The ship turned north until the captain fell asleep. Then south again.
This is called a mutiny.
And it is a metaphor for how people get stuck in destructive habits like smoking cigarettes; overeating; not exercising; alcohol, drug, gambling, sex or shopping addiction; or pure procrastination.
The captain is your conscious mind. The crew is your subconscious.
You (the captain) may say today is the day I will change. Your subconscious mind (the crew) says no. Maybe tomorrow. This happens day after day. You become disheartened. You think self-defeating thoughts like “I can’t stop smoking, lose weight, stop drinking, etc.” Maybe you even give up. The crew runs the ship. Eventually it runs the ship aground.
So, feeling out-of-control?
How do you change?
You can’t bully yourself into change. Anyone who has dieted only to gain the weight back, tried to quit smoking a hundred times only to fail, or wrestled unsuccessfully with any personal demon knows this very well. A personal transformation is needed. This is something far different from trying harder. This requires pulling the ship into a port, firing the mutinous crew and getting a whole new crew on board.
This is what you must do to get your life under control. And there are several ways you can do this. One is known as “bottoming out”. A man has a heart attack and never smokes again. The doctors warns that her patient must lower cholesterol or risk serious illness and suddenly she can lose weight. A drinker’s spouse threatens to leave him or her and this time the drinker hears it and seeks help.
But these “miracles” are as unpredictable as lightening. Waiting for “the right moment” to change is never a good idea. Instead, there are techniques that can help you jump start the process and gain control. Hypnosis is one of them.
Hypnosis begins by clearing out your resistance to change. Then a new series of beliefs, attitudes, even created memories are inserted in their place. You become a non-smoker, someone who eats healthy or exercises, someone who gets things done.
The change is a transformation, not more of the same attempts to try harder followed by demoralizing defeats.
Out-of-control to In-control
Think of your hypnotist as a psychic personnel agent. He or she will help you get your crew to understand you really are the captain and it is your ship. Because when you and the crew (conscious and subconscious minds) are pulling together anything is possible.
The question now is which way do you really want to go?