Part II of II: You Can’t Hypnotize Me
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So we sat at the table and her eyebrows were still raised, waiting for me to go on.
I continued, “Sometimes hypnosis is a good tool, but the circumstances aren’t right. Some of that depends on you. Maybe your life is working exceptionally well right now and there is nothing you are looking to change today.
“But suppose a miracle happened tonight and and you woke up tomorrow morning and your biggest problem was suddenly solved, what would be different?”
She stared into space for a minute thinking, and said, “I haven’t had more than three hours of sleep in two months. If a miracle happened, I would wake up refreshed after eight beautiful hours of sleep. ”
She paused, uncrossed her arms and leaned in, “Can you help me with that?”
I smiled, “Sure, I teach people how to sleep better all the time. I teach simple self hypnosis and mindfulness meditation tools that work miracles for many of my clients.*
“Many of my clients have seen major improvements after one session. I can usually teach most of my clients how to sleep better in three to five sessions.
“I recently worked with a woman who–by her own report–hadn’t slept more than two to three hours a night for the last three years.
“Nothing had helped. Finally, she was desperate…she was even willing to try hypnosis.
“She slept five hours after her first session. Four sessions and a month later, she was routinely sleeping eight hours a night.
“She told me later: ‘It is a miracle. I never thought I would sleep again. I feel like I have my life back. You saved me.’ ”
The woman at the table leaned in, and said, “If hypnosis can help me learn how to sleep better, I would be willing to give it a try.”
To learn more about how you can sleep better at night, contact hypnosis expert, William Wood by calling 801-203-3405. William works with clients in his offices located in Ogden, Utah. He also works with clients all over the world via Skype and the telephone.
*If you have a medical problem like sleep apnea, you will want to get help from a licensed medical doctor, but most people can learn how to sleep better through basic self-hypnosis and mindfulness-meditation techniques.”