The Business of Hypnotherapy: 3 Keys to a Thriving Hypnotherapy Practice

The Business of Hypnotherapy: 3 Keys to a Thriving Hypnotherapy Practice

Do you remember the day you booked your first full day of hypnotherapy clients? You had no idea how it happened. You did session after session and at the end of the day, you felt both satisfied and confused. How could you replicate your big success?

There’s something invigorating about building your private practice — especially if you can find success in doing so. And success doesn’t have to be a mystery. You can learn to grow your private practice with confidence and ease. All you need is a solid plan.

There are three essential keys to thriving as a hypnotherapist — and an entrepreneur.

Key #1: Create & Launch Your Hypnotherapy Practice Website

In the digital age, everyone has a website. But to succeed as a hypnotherapist, you don’t need just any website. You need a website that is going to convert potential clients into paying clients.

Your website is your first point of contact with most potential clients. And you only get one shot to make a really good first impression. So it’s important that you have a beautiful, modern, clean website that represents you and the great healing work you offer in a clear and concise way.

Your website should include:

  • Compelling copy about the services you offer.
  • A way for you to capture email addresses (to grow your email list).
  • A simple way for clients to schedule sessions with you right on your site.

Without these, your website will work against you, not for you.

In addition to practicing hypnotherapy, I’m also an entrepreneur and web designer with over 18 years of business development experience. If you’re interested in creating and launching your own hypnotherapy practice website, get in touch here.

Key #2: Create Your Hypnotherapy Marketing Strategy

Most healers are really good at just that: healing. But when it comes to marketing, most healers shy away from the idea.

But to build a thriving private practice, you need to be good at both healing and the business of healing. Your marketing strategy is how you get the attention of potential clients and convert them into paying clients.

As a hypnotherapist and entrepreneur myself, I suggest creating a content marketing strategy. The easiest way to do this is to start blogging and sharing your blog posts on social media, with your email contacts, and through other online publications. I recently sent an email out to my contact list showcasing my new HypnoSpace offering. The email received a 61.5% open rate, a 15.4% click rate, and a 10% conversion rate for sales. Amazing!

Key #3: Do Your Own Hypnotherapy Work

Where are you most emotionally stuck in your life? Do you struggle with self-doubt and anxiety? Are you chronically finding yourself in the middle of relationship drama with your significant other? Do you have a hard time setting and maintaining boundaries?

When you are emotionally stuck, it will ripple into all aspects of your life — including your business. Before you can experience living the highest vision for your life, and that includes a thriving private practice, it’s important to identify and address your biggest emotional burden.

Hypnotherapy is the most efficient way to release your emotional baggage and step into the light of the life you are supposed to lead.

Whether you realize it or not, as a therapist, you are also an entrepreneur. And as an entrepreneur, it’s essential that you have:

  1. A clear and modern website that converts traffic into clients.
  2. A well-thought-out marketing strategy to bring traffic to your website.
  3. A way to release your emotional baggage, heal, and transform to be as successful as possible in all aspects of your life, including your private hypnotherapy practice.

I know this can be overwhelming, especially when you are building your hypnotherapy practice all by yourself. 

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Karma Can Be a Real Pain: Past Lives and the Mind-Body Connection

Karma Can Be a Real Pain: Past Lives and the Mind-Body Connection

Karma Can Be a Real Pain: The Body-Mind Connection and Past Lives

Karma gets a bad rap in our culture. It is often described as an ‘eye for an eye’ or ‘what goes around comes around.’

Karma is often seen as a punishment – “I must have done something bad in a past life to deserve that.”

And this is exactly how karma looks and feels when viewed through the lens of Victim Consciousness.

Today, I invite you to understand the deeper nature of karma.

Karma is the evolutionary path of the soul.

Karma is the developmental unfolding of your True Nature.

There are no mistakes. Only opportunities to learn. And to learn, again and again, and again if you miss the lesson until you “get it” and move on to the next evolutionary stage of your soul’s unfolding.

Karma and the Mind-Body Connection

Are physical issues and mental issues the result of acquiring karma from past lives?

And if so, does discovering the karmic wound associated with the bodily illness or chronic pain in a past life lead to healing?

The answer is Yes.

During Past Life Regression Therapy, clients access pastlife aspects and discover the karmic origin of their chronic condition.

A past life wound can show up as a karmic illness that is caused by energy leftover from another lifetime that is present now to balance.

Once the energies are balanced, the karma is complete and the soul is free to move on to the next learning opportunity.

We create karma in each lifetime. It’s the work of the Soul to heal our karmic issues for the goal of being fully free, present, and grounded IN THIS LIFE.

What karma have you brought into this lifetime with you? One way to find out is to look at your lifespan as a timeline and to notice if you see any patterns repeating themselves over and over and over again.

It could be health patterns, love and relationship patterns, career and success patterns.

Whatever is holding you back, clear and heal your karmic wounds during our Past Life Regression Training and Certification program, August 13-15, 2021.

Become a Past Life Regression Specialist and step into the Spiritual Healer you were always meant to be.

7 Signs Your Child Has Past Life Memories

7 Signs Your Child Has Past Life Memories

Has your child ever said something to you that seemed so far-fetched, you thought it was a silly made-up story?

Kids say the darndest things, or do they?

Often, children make references to their own past lives like it’s no big deal, while others can be haunted or even traumatized from their past life experiences.

Here are 7 Signs Your Child Has Past Life Memories

1. Birthmarks and Body Markings

2. Old Soul, Young Body

3. Recurring Nightmares or Night Terrors

4. Imaginary Friends

5. Remembering Non-Existent Family Members

6. Unexplainable Talent

7. Accurate Information of Past Events Before They Were Born

 

Birthmarks and Body Markings

A psychiatrist who worked for the University of Virginia conducted a study and found a correlation between children who reported remembering how they died or attained serious injuries in their previous life, and birthmarks or birth defects on their body in their current life.

Old Soul, Young Body

Does your child seem like an adult in a kid’s body? We’ve all encountered a child that seems wise beyond their years. Their eyes hold a certain knowingness. This could be a sign that your child has had many past lives.

Recurring Nightmares or Night Terrors

Bad dreams can be very intense for children. As parents, it is easy to right it off as “just a bad dream”. But if your child has the same bad dream over and over again it may be a sign that they are accessing past life memories.

Imaginary Friends

Often kids make up imaginary friends to play with…at least that is the explanation most parents agree to. If the conversation between your child and your child’s imaginary friend sounds a little too grown-up this could also be a sign that your kid is accessing past life memories.

Remembering Non-Existent Family Members

Sometimes children talk about their brothers and sisters even though in their current life, they are the only child in their family. They may even talk about their mothers or fathers from previous lifetimes. “My mom before you” or “My other family” may be phrases your kids says to you. This could be children’s memories of having a sibling or other family members in a past life. The memory is still strong in their youth.

Unexplainable Talent

Is your child an excellent singer? Do they have musical talents or athletic abilities that do not match your family’s gene code? Child prodigies are rare and can be a sign that your kid is accessing past talents and abilities from other lifetimes.

Accurate Information of Past Events Before They Were Born

Kids can surprise us by talking about things that their parents swear their child has never been exposed to, with such detail, nuance, and accuracy, the phenomenon always takes us off-guard. This could be resurfacing memories of a previous life.

Does your child exhibit any of these 7 signs of past life memories?

Maybe you had some of these experiences as a child yourself?

If you are curious about your own past lives or learning how to access past lives for yourself and your clients, join our Past Life Regression Training and Certification Program.

Analyzing Past Experiences Provides Me with Valuable Life Lessons

Analyzing Past Experiences Provides Me with Valuable Life Lessons

Analyzing past experiences provides me with valuable life lessons.

I acknowledge that my past is a wide open window to my future. Past events hold the key to the outcome of situations I may be faced with later down the road.

When I experience something, I avoid taking the experience for granted, regardless of how trivial it may seem. I understand that there is a lesson in each situation, and I endeavor to determine what that lesson is.

I stop and take note of each experience, reflecting on what I can learn from it. Perhaps the lesson can help me solve a challenge I am facing now. Otherwise, it might prove to be valuable in overcoming, or even preventing, a challenge down the road.

I view every experience as an opportunity to understand how to live. I take a look at the impact of the situation and allow myself to be inspired by what has happened. Even if the situation is negative, I extract the positive out of it.

I am able to teach my peers and family how to live positively with others by analyzing my own feelings from past experiences. I use those memories – both negative and positive – to help those around me to create good memories.

Today, I commit to looking forward by looking back: using past experiences to help shape my steps towards the future. I know that at the very least, I can learn what actions to avoid by analyzing the outcome of past experiences.

Self-Reflection Questions

1. Do I ever make the same mistake more than once?

2. Do I analyze even those experiences that I want to forget?

3. Do I encourage my peers to live in the present with an eye on the past?

Ready to break free from the past? If you are stuck and can’t move on from the past no matter how hard you try, you need to try this…

Past Life Regression Training and Certification,  August 13-15, 2021.

Apply now and take advantage of our discounted tuition today!

5 Ways to Know If You’re Living in the Past

5 Ways to Know If You’re Living in the Past

Are You Living In The Past? 

Check out these 5 ways to know if you’re living in the past and what you can do about it.

Do you struggle to rise above any life challenges that come your way?

Maybe you’ve gone from having plenty of money and a big house to living from paycheck to paycheck in a small apartment.

Or perhaps you’ve experienced the loss of a relationship that devastated you but you’ve been able to bounce back and continue to live the life of your dreams.

However, if you find yourself feeling stuck looking back wistfully to earlier years, and wishing things could have remained “that way,” you’re probably living in the past.

If you notice you still suffer a lot of emotional pain over an upsetting event you experienced long ago, you might be stuck in your history and unable to move forward. Although some would argue, “What’s so bad about living in the past,” the fact is that doing so means the present-your reality-is flying by without you grabbing on to it to move forward and achieve your life aspirations.

You’re living in the past if:

1. You think every day about some aspect of how your life used to be. Maybe you call it “nostalgia” or simple yearnings for what your life was like before. Reflecting daily on the past can get in the way of moving forward.

2. You try to sleep as much as possible so you can dream about earlier years. When you sleep at night, your dreams become fantasies about how your life was before. You look forward to those dreams.

3. You spend a lot of time on the computer. Being on the computer keeps you busy and you don’t have to think about how your life has changed.

4. You use other methods to “escape” from reality, like reading, cleaning, or even drinking alcohol. Perhaps you’re constantly in motion and doing something so you don’t have to face life as it is now.

5. You’re in denial about your current living situation. It’s hard to accept that you no longer have a partner or live in the home you thought you would for the rest of your life. Maybe you don’t want to rearrange the furniture or get rid of some things you don’t use because they remind you of a person who’s no longer in your life.

If you see yourself in these 5 points, you’re living in the past.

Examine the following steps to get started living in the present. Start Living in the Here and Now Now that you’ve identified the issue(s), it’s time to re-connect with yourself and move forward to create a fulfilling life.

Here’s how to do it:

1. Openly acknowledge to yourself what you’ve been doing. The first step toward healing is acknowledging the error of your ways. “I’ve been living in the past and I want to stop doing that.”

2. Decide what you must do to shift into the present. Do you need to clean out closets, get rid of old possessions, and maybe even move your residence? Sometimes, moving forward in your life literally means moving.

3. Know your life goals. Make a plan you can follow to actively pursue your goals.

4. Take care of yourself. Face yourself in the mirror. Take excellent physical care of yourself. Re-focus your efforts on the current state of your physical body and take care of yourself.

5. Vow to practice special efforts with your feelings. Work to gain understanding of your feelings. Allow yourself to grieve who or what you’ve lost if you need to.

6. Contact professionals if needed. Seek out medical care if you’ve overlooked doing that these past years. Have an annual check-up. If you require psychological assistance to get things in perspective, contact your local mental health center or ask your general physician for a referral to a counselor.

7. Waste no more time. Be in awe of each day. You can do something positive with every 24 hour period. Start immediately.

Living in the past robs you of the life you truly deserve. Re-state your life goals to yourself and then begin living out your dreams in the here and now.

Some of us are more tied to our past than others. And no matter what we do to cut the cords, release the energy, and heal our attachment wounds, the energetic connections still linger.

So why is that?

That’s where Karma comes in. Karma is not “an eye for an eye.” Karma is so much deeper than what pop culture would like us to think.

We create karma in each lifetime. It’s the work of the Soul to heal our karmic issues for the goal of being fully free, present, and grounded IN THIS LIFE.

What karma have you brought into this lifetime with you? One way to find out is to look at your lifespan as a timeline and to notice if you see any patterns repeating themselves over and over and over again.

It could be money patterns, love and relationship patterns, career and success patterns.

Whatever is holding you back come clear and heal your karmic issues during our Past Life Regression Training and Certification program, August 13-15, 2021.

Discover your own past lives and get certified while you do!

The Power of Anchors: 5 Keys to Creating Strong Anchors for You and Your Clients

The Power of Anchors: 5 Keys to Creating Strong Anchors for You and Your Clients

The Power of Anchors: 5 Keys to Creating Strong Anchors for You and Your Clients

All of our experiences, both conscious and unconscious, are derived from and through our senses and central nervous system.

Our mental processes are also coded, organized, given meaning, and transformed through language.

The way that we organize, pattern, and structure our neurology and communications is our programming.

It’s the negative programming that we work to heal, rewire, and update in the hypnotherapy process.

A neuro-linguistic programming tool I want to work with today is how to create powerful anchors as a resource state in the hypnotherapy session itself.

An anchor is any stimulus that evokes a consistent emotional response pattern from a person.

The stimulus occurs through the sensory channels. Sight, sound, sense, smell, taste.

We can experience visual anchors, for example, looking at your old childhood photos is a visual anchor that links you back to your past.

Auditory anchors such as music, sounds, and vocal tones can bring us back to a powerful internal experience.

The feeling of the grass on your feet is an example of a kinesthetic anchor and the smell of the rain on a hot summer’s day is an example of an olfactory anchor.

An Anchor is an internal state that is triggered by an external stimulus. Any time a person is in an associated, intense state, if at the peak of that experience, a specific stimulus is applied, then the two will be linked neurologically.

The Five Keys to Anchoring: ITURN

Intensity of the Experience

Timing of the Anchor

Uniqueness of the Anchor

Replication of the Stimulus

Number of Times

Intensity of the experience. Make sure that you anchor the most intense part of the positive experience.

Timing of the anchor. Timing is key. Install the anchor at the peak of the most intense part of the positive experience.

Uniqueness of the anchor. The more personal and unique the stimulus is to the person the better.

Replication of the stimulus. Repeat the anchor exactly the same way each time using the same gesture, tone, timing, etc…

Number of times. Repetition helps to increase the strength of the anchor each time it is used. Practice becomes a habit with enough repetition.

Anchoring can assist you in gaining access to past states and linking the past state to the present and the future.

Not only can you gain access to past positive states to anchor, but you can also gain access to past lives to anchor and link positive past lives to your present life in the here and now.

Learn all about this and more during our Past Life Regression Training and Certification program. Take advantage of our discounted tuition for a limited time with our new payment plan option.