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Hypnosis Suggestibility Test Demonstrations with Kelly!

Hello everyone! I hope YOU are doing fantastic today. I wanted to share with YOU a video where I demonstrate the “books & balloons” and “magnetic hand” suggestibility tests. These tests are great to do to determine whether or not an audience member might be a good candidate for stage hypnosis, to demonstrate the power of the mind during street hypnosis or just to try for fun!

Remember, if a certain suggestibility test doesn’t turn out the way you intended this could be for a variety of reasons, but realize that it doesn’t mean that person can’t experience hypnosis. There might not be an adequate rapport established with the volunteer, there could be too many distractions (both interally or externally) for your volunteer to properly focus or you might not be speaking their “language” (meaning they might be more prone to auditory influence vs a visual influence etc).

Check out the video below & feel free to close your eyes and experience the tests for yourself if YOU would like!

Stress Relief Hypnosis

Hey everyone!

Stress. It sucks. Whether it be a school exam, work or a sports competition, stress always finds a way to creep in. If you are looking for some relief, look no further! I created a stress relief hypnosis video designed with YOU in mind to relieve stress, help you relax and refresh your mind so can CONQUER any task!

 

Cat Hypnosis FAIL… OUCH!

Soo….I’m friends with multiple hypnotists and have been hypnotized myself. I decided it was time to try being the hypnotist myself and what better way to start then to hypnotize a cat? So I volunteered Sherlock to be hypnotized…He ended up biting me instead!

 

Watch the video here!!

 

Have a great weekend!!

Em

The Ganzfeld Experiment/ ESP Challenge!

Do you have Extrasensory Perception (ESP)? A really cool way to find out is to conduct a version of the Ganzfeld Experiment which involves two people, a sender & receiver. The receiver is placed in a mild sensory deprivation state using a red light, white noise & ping pong balls over their eyes. They then sit in this state for a period of time. At this point the sender “transmits” mentally a picture to the receiver and its the receiver’s job to then describe the picture while still in this sensory deprivation state.

Sounds pretty awesome right?

Jeff & I decided to try this ourselves for a weekend challenge and I gotta say, I was legit surprised how it turned out!! Click here to watch the video!!

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