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Who is Dr. Steve G. Jones and why should I listen to him?

“Dr. Steve G. Jones charges $25,000 for two hour sessions with top executives, actors, directors and producers.”

— Forbes


I've been practicing hypnotherapy since the 1980s. During that time, I've written over 22 books on hypnotherapy. I'm a member of the National Guild of Hypnotists, American Board of Hypnotherapy and president of the American Alliance of Hypnotists. I'm also a former member of the board of directors of the Los Angeles chapter of the American Lung Association. I currently have some wonderful friends I work with to spread the word about he power of the subconscious mind. And, it's always nice when my friends support my work...

“Being someone who is extremely familiar with the power of hypnosis, I can say without a shadow of a doubt that Clinical Hypnotherapist Steve G. Jones is among the best in the world.”

– Dr. Joe Vitale, star of The Secret


But I'm wondering, if you haven't clicked on anything yet, and you're still reading, then perhaps you're a bit skeptical? Or you have heard things about hypnosis and you're not quite sure about it. Well, sit tight, because I'm about to get rid of a bunch of nonsense information about hypnosis that might just be floating around in your head. So, let's begin with...

Hypnosis Myths Busted: 6 Misconceptions that Keep People from Transforming Their Lives Through Hypnosis

Sounds a little dry I know. But, let's keep in mind that in addition to being a heck of a fun person, I also have a doctorate in education. So, I take scholarly articles very seriosuly. Have you ever thought about using hypnosis to help break a negative (AKA - "bad") habit, improve your skills, or decrease emotional distress?

Chances are, you’ve given it at least passing thought. You might have even bought a few hypnosis mp3 downloads and used them once or twice. But if you’re like most people, you’ve been hesitant to really commit to hypnosis, because you’ve heard all kinds of crazy stories and plain nonsense about this type of treatment.

So, I’ve written this article to help you separate fact from fiction. It is intended as a tool to help you make an objective decision about whether hypnosis is right for you and your situation. Let’s look at six myths that have spread throughout cultures, and the truth that these myths conceal:

It’s pretty common for people to believe that they are somehow beyond the influence of hypnosis and hypnotherapy. In some cases, these are people who have listened to a couple of hypnotherapy downloads and saw no immediate results… so they assume they can’t be hypnotized. In other cases, people believe that they know all the “tricks” to hypnosis, so they can’t be affected by a recording or a live hypnotherapy session.

The truth is, though, that virtually everyone is capable of achieving results through hypnosis. You might believe that you’re fully conscious and that the suggestions you’re hearing are having no effect… but as long as the hypnotherapist is properly trained, there will still be positive change going on under the surface.

Just to illustrate my point: I’s like you to close your eyes and think of a big, juicy cheeseburger (or a veggie burger, if you prefer). Envision the thick burger patty glistening with juice, nestled perfectly in a sesame seed bun with bright yellow mustard peeking out around the edge of the top bun. Take a deep breath and savor the aromas. In your mind, take a bite and experience the savory taste of the burger contrasting with the fresh, acidic flavor of the onions and tomatoes.

Did you experience the senses I described? Chances are, your mind conjured up the sights, smells, and tastes just as if the burger was actually sitting on a plate in front of you. You might have even noticed your stomach growling.

If you successfully “experienced” the burger – even for just a few seconds – congratulations! You have the ability to benefit from hypnotherapy! You’ve also just seen that hypnosis is nothing you haven’t experienced before – any time your mind is absorbed in something that isn’t actually there, you’ve achieved a hypnotic state on some level.

(By the way, many people who can benefit from hypnosis consider themselves logical, skeptical, and strong–willed. And they are. This little experiment simply shows that these traits do not prevent most people from absorbing the suggestions and cues of hypnosis therapy.)

Thanks to dozens of Hollywood movies portraying hypnotists as having some sort of “special power” that they can use to control others (usually against their will), many people today believe that hypnotherapists are actually performing “mind control” during hypnosis sessions. If you have believed in this myth in the path, it’s definitely understandable that you’d be a little hesitant to try hypnosis for yourself!

Done correctly, hypnosis can be a powerful way to change behaviors – even those that you have been unable to change on your own through conventional methods. You’ve probably even met a few people (or heard stories about them on television) who have made dramatic shifts in their personal behaviors after undergoing hypnotherapy. Coupled with the “Hollywood” portrayal of hypnotists as ruthless puppet masters, these people’s stories can make it hard not to believe that hypnosis is mind control.

But the truth is, a hypnotist cannot make you think or do anything at all, especially if it is something that runs counter to who you are as a person. Your mind hears suggestions presented during hypnotherapy and evaluates each suggestion just as if you were reading a book or a news article on the internet. You don’t lose your sense of identity during hypnosis, so your mind will simply filter out suggestions that are incompatible with your core beliefs.

This holds true regardless of whether you are sitting in a hypnotherapists office or practicing guided meditation with the help of mp3 downloads. Either way, you have complete control over which suggestions you accept.

If hypnotists do not possess superhuman mind control powers, then, you might wonder how they can effectively help patients. Hypnosis does take years of practice to master, and professionals who offer this service typically have a deep understanding of psychology and know how to craft suggestions that can get to the root of a patient’s problems quickly. Even so, you will still be able to evaluate statements and suggestions and reject those that are not in alignment with who you are.

Like the myth of hypnosis of mind control, the idea of being unconscious or asleep during hypnosis is pervasive in today’s culture. Typically, people worry not only that their hypnotic state will render them unable to reject suggestions presented by the hypnotherapist, but also that they’ll be unable to return to normal consciousness at will.

In most cases, this fear is connected to the “fight or flight” response that keeps us from responding to emergency situations. The myth assumes that this response is somehow disabled because of the person’s hypnotic state, so if a dangerous situation occurs, they will be powerless to leave or address the source of the danger.

Fortunately, there is no truth to this belief. Although the hypnotic state is different from the normal, fully alert state, you are not asleep or unconscious during hypnosis.

Think about the last time you were driving down a long stretch of highway and found that you’d driven quite a distance without really being aware of it. It might feel a bit as though you “fell asleep at the wheel” since your brain is not actively cataloguing every second of the trip and recording the experience in your short-term memory.

But that’s not the case. Instead, you slipped into a mildly hypnotic state in which you remained fully functional. You still navigated traffic successfully and kept your vehicle on the road. And if an “emergency” had occurred (for example, you discovered you were rapidly approaching a slow-moving truck), you would have snapped out of your hypnotic state and promptly taken necessary action.

The same is true with hypnosis. You can test this out for yourself by downloading a free hypnosis mp3 online and setting an alarm to sound on your phone during the recorded session. You’ll find that when the alarm sounds, you’ll immediately return to full waking consciousness.

This is one of the most pervasive (and wildly inaccurate) myths that has ever been developed regarding hypnosis. That’s because virtually all of us have seen or heard about a stage hypnosis act in which audience members are “hypnotized” in front of a crowd and then directed to make animal sounds or perform other silly acts.

Stage hypnotism is great for creating a spectacle and entertaining an audience. (After all, how entertaining would it be if you paid to see a hypnotism-based show and no one did anything crazy?) But fortunately, there’s very little truth behind these acts, at least as far as actual hypnosis is concerned.

If you’ve seen people on stage acting strangely “under hypnosis,” what they’re really doing is fulfilling the “spectacle” they’re expected to create and responding to the hypnotist’s “razzle dazzle.” After all, they want to be in the show, and they’ve volunteered to participate… so they’re naturally willing to play along!

Authentic hypnosis, such as the kind you can experience in your home by listening to hypnosis downloads, is far different from stage hypnosis. Rather than relying on audience excitement and a participant’s need for attention, a trained behavoiral hypnotist relies on precise techniques and carefully crafted suggestions to create change for his or her patients.

Thanks to monumental developments in the science of hypnotherapy, hypnosis is effective for much more than stage spectacle. Patients all over the world have experienced dramatic results by using this approach to deal with a wide range of issues, including:

  • Anxiety, depression, chronic anger, and other mood disorders
  • Goal setting, focus, and motivation
  • Peak performance in academics, sports, business, and work
  • Addiction to tobacco, alcohol, or drugs
  • Habits such as overeating and nail biting
  • And dozens of others!
This myth can dramatically affect a person’s willingness and ability to experience hypnosis. On one end of the spectrum, some people are afraid that if they participate in just one hypnosis session, they’ll leave drastically and irreversibly changed. On the other end, some people assume that they can be “cured” of whatever problem they have with just one session.

In truth, hypnosis is quite powerful and can make a dramatic difference for many people. It can help you reach goals you never even dreamed you could attain, end bad habits that have been holding you back for years, and even improve your outlook on life. But these things don’t happen in an instant.

You may experience some sense of change after your first hypnosis session. But that’s more because you’ve realize that there is finally hope than because you’ve been permanently transformed.

Hypnosis relies on repetition to bring about lasting change. Think about it – you didn’t develop your current beliefs and habits overnight… so you’re not going to change them overnight either.

The amount of time (and the number of sessions) it takes to create the change you want varies according to your personality, the duration and intensity of the habit/belief you want to change, and numerous other factors.

Hypnosis takes patience – in some cases, it might be a month or more before you start seeing real results. But you’ll find that the freedom and empowerment you get from hypnosis is well worth the effort!

If you’ve been thinking about using hypnosis to address a challenge in your life or help you reach your peak potential, you might be put off by the idea of visiting a hypnotherapist. It can be incredibly difficult for most people to find time in their busy lives to travel to a hypnotherapist’s office, wait to be seen, and undergo hypnosis treatment.

Fortunately, traveling to a hypnotherapist’s office isn’t necessary. There are a wide range of options for recorded hypnosis sessions that you can listen to and benefit from in the comfort of your own home.

In many cases, recorded hypnosis sessions can help you more quickly than office-based hypnosis. That’s because you feel more comfortable in your own home, so it can be easier for you to access the hypnotic state needed to start experiencing positive change. Also, you can work these sessions into your personal schedule, so you can benefit from them any time of the day or night.

You can find a wealth of free hypnosis resources online to help you get started. Many practitioners offer free hypnosis downloads you can try to get a feel for how hypnosis works. Some of these downloads can help you start down the path to ending an addiction, developing new habits, banishing anxiety, or addressing dozens of other issues.

Once you have become accustomed to undergoing hypnosis, you will likely want to move on to paid downloads to continue your journey. Steve G. Jones offers instantly downloadable hypnosis audios to help you quickly and effectively create real change in your life. Click the button below to browse the selection of hypnosis recordings and find out what a difference hypnosis can make today!


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