Archive for 2013

Part one: Hypnosis, happiness, and the crumbled cookie

I went to my bank yesterday to make a deposit. As I was walking out, I took a cookie. Sometimes they have oatmeal raisin, but yesterday it was chocolate chip. I’m allergic to gluten, so I can’t eat cookies, bread, or anything that contains wheat. Heck, even soy sauce has wheat. So why’d I take […]

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Amsterdam pays alcoholics in beer

A private group in the city of Amsterdam has a new program to help alcoholics get back on their feet. No, it doesn’t involve hypnotherapy. It involves beer. This group hires alcoholics to keep the city clean, and most of the pay is in beer. This helps these men to drink less and helps prevent […]

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An unusual way to eat less of a certain food

Brigham Young University (BYU) has shown that looking at too many food pictures can decrease your enjoyment of food. http://news.byu.edu/archive13-oct-instagramfood.aspx When I read this, I thought that it made sense. After all, in real life, when you eat, you’re only looking at your plate part of the time. Looking at many, many photos simulates spending […]

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Fewer teens are smoking

A recent report shows that 5% of 10th graders smoked versus 18% at one point in the 1990s. And no, these sophomores didn’t use hypnosis to quit smoking. Fewer teens started smoking because of higher tobacco taxes. http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-0712-kids-wellbeing-20130712,0,7542363.story On a related note, I’ve read about factors that influence teens to behave in unhealthy ways. Some […]

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Drink diet soda, gain weight

Plenty of people drink diet soda to reduce calories, because they believe it helps with weight loss. Purdue University researchers looked at recent studies on diet sodas, and they published an opinion piece that won’t sit well with (1) diet soda makers; (2) firms that produce artificial sweeteners; (3) firms that make the natural sweetener, […]

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Drastic device to stop smoking

A man in Turkey has built a cage around his head to stop smoking. If he was in San Francisco, he could use hypnosis instead. But perhaps hypnosis is less popular in Turkey versus San Francisco. At first his story seems silly, but if you think about it more deeply, it’s a sad story. He […]

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My hypnosis show is finally here!

After many months of learning video production, my hypnosis show is finally here! If you’re curious about what happens in a hypnosis session, here’s your chance to find out. http://habitproject.com/videos The show’s name is Project Hypnosis. And as of last night, there are five episodes that range from 8 minutes to 18 minutes. My goal […]

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Stressed? Say blah blah!

Here’s a quick technique that helps reduce stress. If anything here is confusing, please post a comment to the blog or contact me directly. Meet Carol, a manager at Jaberwocky Widgets, who is stressed about having to deliver some bad news to her boss, Lewis. Carol thinks, “Lewis will be soooooo incredibly upset. I don’t […]

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Hypnosis pricing update

I mentioned prices would change in February, but I delayed that until today, March 4th. The new pricing is in the free hypnosis reports. If you’re already on my email list, you’ll receive an email with the updated pricing info. If you’re not on the list, please visit the home page to get your free […]

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Hypnosis TV show update (03-04-13)

After many months of preparation, the first hypnosis session for the Web episode finally got filmed last week! I do realize that it’ll take work to get TV executives interested in a hypnosis show concept, but I’m excited to be seeing progress. If you know someone in the San Francisco Bay Area that’s open to […]

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