This page contains answers to questions, not hypnosis tracks.
H003 What is a vow (promise) and how can it impact our lives negatively?
A vow (or promise) means we are feeling emotional and want to save the memory of an experience. This can be both from a negative or positive event.
When we make vows to ourselves, often times unspoken or spoken when we are alone, they generally have an impact on our nervous system (ANS) because we speak them when we are emotional.
Feel free to ask about this when you are in a meeting with Rick or his colleagues. Since these do affect everyone, including students, vows often stop the person from achieving goals that are reasonable goals.
The story The Stupid Vow is a good example of this.
Often when Rick is meeting with students over a period of a month or more, as students build a trust relationship with him, they begin to share their fears and even reasons for their anger.
When these events happen, (and these events happen often), after the student has a chance to share one of these emotions, and the let go of the negative vow or promise, their ability to focus and relax improves quickly. This also results in improved scores in school and on tests, such as IELTS or TOEFL.
An example of such a goal is achieving a band 6.5 in IELTS speaking and writing.
H004 Conscious vs Unconscious : What is the difference?
This recording explains the differences between the conscious and unconscious mind and how they work together.
It is not a hypnosis track. Instead, it is brief explanation of how our minds works.
H005 How do these recordings help students who want to increase their test (IELTS AND TOEFL) scores and grades in school?
For most students, higher scores are often easier to achieve when the student learns to focus. These recordings assist the students with this goal.
H006 I am a slow learner. Will this affect my ability to get a higher score in school or a test?
Answer: We have worked with many students who called themselves “slow learners.” Since this title is inappropriate, we choose not to use it.
We recently worked with a high school student who was told she was a slow learner. Once Rick helped her give up that wrong (stupid) belief, her scores scores significantly improved in TOEFL: reading 27, listening 25, speaking 27, and writing 22. She was able to apply to her university of choice.
Most students we work with were not assessed properly by the school, or by the private tutor or coach they had worked with. When a student is not assessed properly, this typically results in lower test scores.
An example of this is most Chinese students who achieve a band 5.5 in speaking, raise their scores to a band 6.0 in less than one month. This happens because they were practicing / preparing for the speaking test using methods that were not beneficial for them.
The good news is once the learning method fits the student, his (her) understanding improves and so does his or her score.
A voice track for this answer is coming soon.