Sean Michael Andrews has a theory about hypnosis and he tests it in this video . . . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aB4M4aB5Qmk . . . Sean is a wellknown extreme street hypnotist. He was right there front and center at the last Los Angeles class I taught on Walkabout Trance Speed Hypnosis last February and it was a lot of fun to get to see him do his thing. Lots of fun. The video is loads of fun.
Yes, Sean’s video is all in good fun . . . and . . . since we’re in favor of good fun . . . let’s make it a challenge!
The Hypnotic Video Challenge for the month of July at the Society of Experiential Trance is STICKY HYPNOSIS FUN.
This month’s challenge is for participants to go out into the world and perform processes that use some some form of STICKY SUGGESTION.
This may be any hypnotic, NLP, or trance process that engages the
trance partner’s imagination so fully that they experience a form of catalepsy or "stickiness" either to themselves or to someone or something else – effects must be physical although they may involve intricate emotional-imagery
setups if you like. While Sean’s video uses young women as trance partners, Hypnotic Video Challenge submissions can use anyone. Participants are encouraged to be playful and have fun – that’s pretty much the point of the activity.
Be sure to submit your videos before the last day of July 2008. See the challenge webpages at http://www.trancesociety.org for how you can participate (this is not a contest, it’s just a fun-filled community-building activity).
All the best,
Taipei, Taiwan (13 July 2008)
Taipei, Taiwan (19-20 July 2008)
Taipei, Taiwan (9-10 August 2008)
SPEED HYPNOSIS TECHNIQUES
India (August 30-31, Sept. 3-4, 6-7 2008)
HYPNOTIC SCRIPTWRITING FOR RECORDING
Taipei, Taiwan (22 Sept. 2008)
LEARNING ENHANCEMENT HYPNOSIS
Taipei, Taiwan (19-20 October 2008)
See http://www.BrianDavidPhillips.com for details!
Brian David Phillips, PhD, CH [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Hypnotist, Certified Hypnotherapist, Trance Wizard, Intuitionist
President, Society of Experiential Trance
Associate Professor, NCCU, Taipei, Taiwan