So many Hypnotists seem hell bent on talking each other into the ground, and anyone else who’ll listen in fact. Their way is the right way, they know better, you’re wrong because of xyz etc.
It ends up looking like a bunch of people desperate to be validated/accepted/crown king of the Hypnotists, and does nothing to establish us as a body of professionals (maybe we aren’t) and does precisely nothing to endear or build trust in the hearts and minds of our clients.
I don’t bother getting involved in such debates. I have not the time, nor the desire, nor the academic knowledge.
This doesn’t mean I’m better than those who do get involved – far from it, it’s just that I’d rather spend my time trying to help people the best I can.
I’m certainly not the best, but I mostly get good results. And that is good enough for me and seems to be for my clients (based on their results).
That is all on that topic.
In other news, I’m really starting to love running.
There, I said it!
Never thought I would say that.
I guess change is possible after all.