Hypnosis* Schedule Meeting

Welcome to our hypnosis page. We will soon be offering face to face sessions. By July 25th, we will post a questionnaire. We are currently booked until early September. However, feel free to contact us by email or phone. The number listed is a US based phone number.

The current goal of setting meetings is to assist with a book launch. We will have updates regarding this soon.

Scheduling a talk

Schedule a 20 minute talk with Rick using skype, wechat, or zoom. This is free. Rick travels a lot, so sometimes the calls will be video calls and sometimes non video calls. During these calls, time is not an issue. The is free.

Rick is preparing for a book launch. It is a nonfiction book called The Memoir-ist. Rick is writing stories about his experiences as a mentor and hypnotist.

Fees and Types of Sessions

Face to face sessions

500 RMB per session. Sessions usually last between 60 minutes to 1 hour and 30 minutes.

The face to face sessions are done at a variety of locations. When you fill out the survey mentioned below, we will include details about these options. Rick’s international travel schedule is unknown at this time because of on going COVID issues.

Here is a short list of common questions and answers regarding what happens at your first session.

01 What typically happens at your first session.

02 What is the difference between trance and hypnosis.

03 When the hypnosis session is over, how will I feel?

04 Here is a sample of Rick’s voice in a hypnosis track.

The session you have with him will be different from this track because what he says to you during your private face-to-face session will be tailored to you and your current desire for change. This recording is only intended to help you focus on the sound of his voice.

Soon we will offer surveys and a questionnaire to help expedite the process. We are aiming for July 25.

Online Calls Using Skype, Wechat, or Zoom Sessions

Currently Rick does not offer online sessions. However, we will be adding links to our network partners who do offer these services. Fees will vary.

Rick does accept brief follow up calls, which typically last 20 to 30 minutes. There is no charge for these.

Soon we will offer surveys and a questionnaire to help expedite the process. We are aiming for July 25.

Common topics / questions for Hypnotists

When I am in a trance (or hypnotic state), will I lose control?

No. Your unconscious mind controls the process.

An example is if you fall into trance and I ask you to jump out of a window or another danger act, your unconscious will wake you up.

A trance state happens when your conscious mind becomes relaxed enough to allow the unconscious to guide it. The unconscious mind guides your conscious mind to a place of relaxation, so the conscious mind yields. If this sounds familiar, it should. This happens every time you fall asleep at night.

When you experience this process with a hypnotist, the trance state is a guided and relaxing experience. Since your unconscious is responsible for your safety and is running 95% of your day to day affairs anyway, all the hypnotist does is offer a voice that speaks instructions.

The different between trance and sleep is during trance you interact with the hypnotist. The interaction may include nodding yes or no, and speaking.

One of the biggest problems we have as humans is we do not realize how beautiful and powerful our minds are. Our minds are able to achieve greatness or fall into deep depressions. Most of us experience depression most of the time because that is what we have been taught.

A Closer Look at Everyday Trance States

Your unconscious takes you in and out of trance states everyday. One of most common examples is driving in a car, train, and bus. When you want the time to pass, you become focused on a specific task. A good example of this is listening to your favorite song while driving a car. Before you know it, you have played the song 8 or 10 times and you have arrived at your location.

Another example is sitting in your favorite chair at home and watching your favorite show. The time passes quickly and if someone calls your name, you may not even hear them when they call you.

Congratulations, you probably experienced a trance state. It was relaxing and it allowed you to leave behind your concerns.

If you get the idea, great. If you still have a question about this topic, let us know.

Learning to Trust Your Unconscious

During hypnosis, you are in control. If you have questions about this, ask Rick. This is a great conversation to get the session started. It will help you to relax and focus on the power you already have to bring change. All you need to do is learn how to focus that power on different parts of your life.

There may be times when you lose consciousness because of the guidance of your unconscious. The greatest gift you can offer yourself is learning to trust your unconscious. That is what this first session is about. Offering you the greatest opportunity to learn to trust you, the unconscious you.

Since you are still alive and you have this deep down desire to change one or more parts of your life, this prompting is coming from your unconscious. All you need to do is allow your unconscious (you) to do its job.

Its just that easy.

Can anyone be hypnotized

Many people have said to me, “I can’t be hypnotized.” I find this humorous. What they are saying is, “I don’t understand what hypnosis is or now it works.”

One definition of hypnosis is following a set of steps, so you can enter into a deep place of relaxation and focus, and allow your unconscious mind to make changes quickly.

Let’s simplify and demystify

In order to have a good experience with a hypnotist, its helpful to understand your part in the process. Once you have trust between you and the hypnotist, relaxation and trance comes quickly and naturally. I have never met a person who was unable to be experience trance. After all, we all experience REM states during our sleep. If you are not familiar with REM (rapid eye moment) theory and how it affects your sleep, google it or ask Rick.

The only question you need to ask yourself is “Am I ready to get really relaxed and focused.” There is a part of your brain some call the Critical Faculty. When you fall into a trance during the day, for example, as you are falling asleep, this part of your brain slows and relaxes. It does so by prompting of your unconscious.

As hypnotists, all we do it help you to relax and allow your unconscious to communicate directly. Your unconscious is that part of you whose job it is to protect you. The more you learn to trust it, the faster you will find your healing path.