Last updated: 15 December 2015
I want to talk to you about famous “connections”.
Seems to me when you combine one great thing with another you often get something even better.
Take for instance coffee and cream.
Either one can stand on its own. Ah, but when you combine them something magical happens. Something that makes your taste buds smile.
Or how about Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier.
Ali had won the world heavyweight boxing title at the age of 22 from Sonny Liston.
Prior to his three famous fights with Frazier, he was already considered one of the best boxers who ever lived.
Then that “magical” thing happened when Ali and Frazier went toe-to-toe in their legendary matches.
Sure, on their own each fighter was amazing.
But it wasn’t until they “connected” that the sparks started flying… and… their true athletic potential shined.
Now I’d like to tell you about a connection related to hypnosis.
You know full well hypnosis is a powerful strategy for change.
A hypnotic situation is created through how you communicate. If you do it right, you can put someone in trance within seconds.
Then you can “change” their mind, behavior, beliefs in that special place.
Many people have tried to combine hypnosis with neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) with mixed results at best.
In case you don’t know, NLP enables you to use language to affect neuro-associations so you can change behavior.
The end result is you drop mental and emotional programs that don’t serve you and replace them with new more empowering ones often using highly specific step-by-step systems.
The theory is if you could use NLP in hypnosis you’d produce amazing results in a short period of time.
What kinds of results?
Well, basically anything you can think of…
- learn faster
- turn negatives into positives
- overcome fears and phobias
- influence and persuade others
- improve relationships
- program yourself to achieve goals
You name it and the combination of NLP and hypnosis would allow you to achieve spectacular results in whatever area of life you’d like to change or improve.
P.S. Another big benefit I should mention:
NLP works great on yourself. As does self-hypnosis of course. Again, you can combine them to almost guarantee your own success.
I’m living proof of that.