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What to Do When Self-Hypnosis Won't Work
Valorie Wells will see you now!

...But, what if self-hypnosis just doesn't work for you? Sometimes, our own preconceived notions get in the way of our best intentions. Like, "What if I'm just too uptight to relax?" If you can get lost by gazing into the flames in the fireplace or listening to the pounding surf, then chances are good that you can be hypnotized.

Some people find that the effort to focus on settling down actually turns up the volume on that internal chatterbox. You know that tape that runs on and on in your head as soon as you hit the pillow? "Well, she said that you said that they said ..." Your ability to relax and unwind at the end of a hectic day may be temporarily "out of order" due to the fatigue of stress as well as the residual effects of sleep deprivation....

"Why can't I get it right?" you might be thinking by now.

Now there is an alternative way to keep the value of hypnosis without the guilt of feeling like a failure at relaxation. There is no need to schedule time off from work or school, much less take on the hassles of travel.

I call it "Skypnosis," or hypnosis via Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), such as Skype.

Check out complete article on SKYPNOSIS in The Huffington Post


And a special thank you to my good friends at Red Room, Gina Misoroglu and Huntington Sharp. You folks always make me look good and I am duly grateful!