Provocative Hypnosis Book explained by Jorgen Rasmussen

by Antonio on October 30, 2011 |

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Provocative Hypnosis Book

The Provocative Hypnosis book by Jorgen Rasmussen is a MUST have.  If you’ve ever had a client that “refuses” to change, then look no further!  I’m only two chapters in and I’m already enthralled.  In this podcast Jorgen explains how the Provocative Hypnosis book came to be.

WARNING : This Hypnosis Podcast is NOT for everyone.  If you are the type of person that thinks that change should always be gentle…walk away…actually run ;)  Jorgen is not afraid to turn to drastic measures to get someone to change.  If you haven’t bought the Provocative Hypnosis book yet, what are you waiting for?

If you want to buy a copy of Jorgen’s Provocative Hypnosis Book do it now!  Here is a fair warning…His book is extremely popular and sells out fast. You can buy it directly from his website.

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In this podcast Jorgen Rasmussen talks about

  1. How his Provocative Hypnosis book came to be
  2. Why he doesn’t work with some people on welfare
  3. How Nazi Tendencies relate to personal development
  4. and much more!

What can you expect to learn from Jorgen’s Provocative Hypnosis book?

Let’s start with John Grinder NLP cofounder and his foreword:

You reader are in for a treat – this is the stuff of genius. Take a young man, unencumbered with theory, with excellent sensory acuity and great flexibility and give him a set of patterns – some mix of the classic and New Code NLP patterning – and set him loose. Oh yeah, it helps enormously that he is fearless – that is, the issue of failure is not part of the baggage he brings to the game, and that he has a healthy disrespect for conventional treatments.”

Jorgen’s Provocative Hypnosis book covers sooo many areas.  Some of my favorite chapters are the following:

  • The Myth of Mental Illness: Jorgen’s views on “Mental Illness” are quite refreshing.  Find out why he doesn’t believe in mental illness.

  • Getting Deep Hypnosis With Analyticals: This chapter covers a few areas on “training” subjects to be good hypnotic subjects

  • The Highly Hypnotizable Client: He explains how having a “good” subject can make things worse at times.

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Antonio Perez October 31, 2011 at 8:13 am

Provocative Hypnosis Book explained by Jorgen Rasmussen


2 Brian Lagoni November 2, 2011 at 12:08 pm

Cool podcast about provocative hypnosis


3 Brian Lagoni November 2, 2011 at 12:08 pm

Cool podcast about provocative hypnosis


4 Eric Sijbesma April 3, 2012 at 6:44 pm

Nice to know that we're glad to have him over next week. Some seats available


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