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"emma neons" Discussed on The Keith Blakemore-Noble Radio Show

The Keith Blakemore-Noble Radio Show

11:41 min | 1 year ago

"emma neons" Discussed on The Keith Blakemore-Noble Radio Show

"If you didn't want to do you're not going to go up the fact that people volunteer is precisely. I see because they want to do now. Yes they wouldn't do those things in their normal waking state state in the normal life but they are more than happy to take part in the in the general silliness for the show for the experience for the entertainment. They wanted to do it. There will be times when a hypnotist station hypnotists was make suggestions to to someone on the person won't do it and that is just part of being a stay with us. You have to take into account and his injury thing. If you want the station you'll notice. They don't just pull people at random from the audience the whole time they will be watching to see who the people who responsive who the people are suggestive Steve who the people who have more light eater to take part with with full To fully immerse themselves into and to be good sports good right something they will kill them down until they have a few people who are really responsive really good subjects really good at following the guidance and who are up for it who are game for off who good sports. I'm prepared to do this. So even stage stage hypnotists do not control people and if a statement to suggest something against that person's morals they will not do it simple as that so no hypnosis. No hypnotist can control you. Excuse me no hypnotists can control you you you always the one in control our. How does hypnosis? Then but well what happens. Is the person the hypnotist guide you into a trance so we bypass the critical faculties. We speak directly your unconscious. Now your unconscious you can kind of think of your own conscious as like a seven year old simply loves dearly. Wants to do everything it can to help you. But it's only about him years old so it kind of hasn't got everything necessarily figured out. It has to follow it set of rules. which are the rules that you learn and build up over time you know consciously learn these things you on cautious? I'm consciously love Anima- Chart You these things you've learned before the age of seven you learn them doing the best you can with the resources you have at the time kind of rights rulebook based on that so you enter situation. Looks up the list. This is how we behave in this situation. But the thing is some of those things that you learn when you're younger and we learned through experience through observing others and all of these things some of those lessons that we hot action the best for us not actually the best way to do these. They were the best best that we could learn at the time. We know what we had and but there are better ways and with hypnosis. What we're doing is guiding the post into trump's bypassing the critical faculty so that we can speak directly with the unconscious actually help it to rewrite the rulebook? Change the way in which you behave. Basically the presenting your unconscious with additional options that of which it was not producing aware and that's presenting options options. So it now has more choice of ways in which to behave one of the things. You're unconscious the prime function of unconscious to keep keep you alive. Keep you safe. Everything else is derived from Latin. And it's always going to be looking to do what's best for you. When you give more auctions in now has more ways of choosing more outcomes it can choose more ways behavior it can then choose choose ones which it knows better for you which is why for example stopping? Smoking is a great use fake noses because it gives the unconscious mind the ability to see different ways to get the other benefits that you're getting smoking but without having all of the harmful effects so having gone from nausea in any other way to see other alternatives that you can do unconscious. GAZZA's will take. It was other options. Which is why you stopped smoking for example and the same with the help people with fears? It's all about giving giving them different ways of behavior or war changing the lessons that we got from that particular offense event the tortoise to be scared changing what we get from. Reexamining it with the benefit of hindsight and putting it in context and realizing no spines news on. Actually that's scary at all and Oklahoma's now I get the unconscious level. Get only emotion around it I can just. That's kind of what we're doing with hypnosis. Were helping your unconscious mind to change range of a baby rewriting. Neurology writing the rule book. It's Kinda like upgrading software on your computer. Same same takes over the deel. Noses is so. It's kind of a quick recap here. The biggest myths about hypnosis southern mind-control which we've seen is absolutely not the case. You are in control. Not The hypnotist behavioral just is like a satin off. You program the direct you tell you want to go. It gives you the directions. You still have to follow them if you do nothing you all get there. If it suggests you take direction not comfortable with your citing. How says take the next turning on the left and your eyes can't do that because a it's one way street pointing their own way A. B. The bridge there is broken? You know what I'm going to take that turning you carry on with with hypnosis when the hypnotists hypnotize suggest you do something that you just read you don't WanNa do you are in control now. One of the myth about hypnosis and that is that only weak willed people can be hypnotized. That's a really common. Another big question is can anybody be hypnotized. And here's the reality. Anybody who's he's capable of imagining capable of following directions can be hypnotized. You don't want to be hypnotized you won't be but if you want to be hypnotized and you're capable of following. The directions hypnotist gave you. You absolutely can be hypnotized if if you want to be and it's not that people who are good at being hypnotized the week. We'll live or or lacking intelligence. It's Kinda tends to be the opposite. Actually because a lot of hypnosis is based around imagination imagining situations creating ahead. Hey pretty pretty pretty good at doing that. The more intelligent you bet you are creating situations and imagining news. The easier you will find to going to trump's so no trans hypnosis isn't something that's done only done to. The weak willed and strong willed. The people are immune. No anybody can be hypnotized if you want to be. I don't WANNA be hypnotized. YOU WON'T BE TIRED IF YOU'RE prepared to be hypnotized advertised absolutely can anybody. Can I mean absolute anybody who is able to respond to the outside unwell to follow directions. Any of us can be hypnotized. If we want to be some people do find it easier to go into trance and others and certainly the more all the more often. You're hypnotized easier. You find these to go into John's absolutely anybody who wants to be hypnotized can be hypnotized and that kind of brings us to an end for this episode. That's kind of what I wanted to talk trump just to cover the main myths myth one hypnosis. His mind control is not the person being hypnotized as one. WHO's in control? No hypnotist can make you do anything you don't want to do. You can't hypnotized against your will. I want you hypnotize. You coming to do anything against you will. Hypnosis isn't some unnatural state is period tribes states states that we enter many times every day. Oh one thing people say. Oh if I get stuck in trump's what happens if the hypnotist forgets to bring me Out Or if the hypnotists will have a heart attack while I was in trump's what are we stop for Emma neons for Gandhi's you will not be stuck in Tron. Sooner or later you will naturally come back. Trance again is a thing that the trump state Buddhist monks that artist monks who devote their entire lives in that state and trying to remain in that state for as long as they can they talknet stock in state. He can't do it. You're serving the worst. That will happen as you might drift off to sleep. But either way you'll then wake up and you'll become fully aware again. Sooner or later your mind will go on. This is very quiet for awhile. What's going on soup pot back up to full consciousness or am I will just relax after Waga right? That's that's wake up so you can't be stuck in trans you may forced into trance against your. Will you come before we do anything against you will when you're in trance and yes anybody can. Dan Be hypnotized if they wish to. That's the main things I wanted to cover by trump. That's about hypnosis. That's it for this episode. Did you find it interesting. Did you find it useful. Did I answer your question if you got any other questions. Please Papa comment below. Remember to like Subscribe Sheriff's with your friends Paul comment below. Let me know if any other questions more than happy to revisit this topic in a future episode and until we meet again take a look after yourself and remember. The change is always possible. When you change your mind you changed your life by leaving north? You've you've been listening to the Keith Blakemore. Noble Radio Show helping me transform your deepest fears into your greatest strengths to find out more these Keith bike more noble dot com..

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"emma neons" Discussed on This Week In Voice

This Week In Voice

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"emma neons" Discussed on This Week In Voice

"Through their brand and allowing people to experience their products in new, you know, new in different ways, Alexis certainly can enable that. But I think that, you know, one of the challenges that Amazon does have is that they are in so many businesses, and they are seeing as the biggest competitor to most companies that are out there. Whether you are a, you know, a retailer or a technology company Amazon is seen as as highly competitive. I think Google given that they really are searching advertising company. I stay do have a bit of a benefit there. And that they're not encumbered by that. And you will see that show up in some of these relationships. The however is Amazon has the reach and so companies can't ignore that. So I'm sure that you know, in addition. Into this. You know, Google opportunity with support and Disney's opportunity with Google and the interactive reading, you know, they've got a they've got half to have an Alexa strategy as well. Because you can't just be one or the other, but they are going to be different. And I think they're going to achieve different results. Well, thought there was well said by Pete I'm more interested in the use case in this idea in in actually, the use case alignment with the device, which I really liked about this story as a four has been out there. They've been doing one of the first to do some really interesting things with chat bots. They're always looking for new use cases. And and this idea that we have the smart displays the question is what's the purpose of them? Sto? David limp said he's Amazon said at the Emma's neon unveiling the echo show to that. It's a replacement device for television in the kitchen. Right. So that's like one use case you pull press. As you can engage with entertainment.

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"emma neons" Discussed on This Week In Voice

This Week In Voice

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"emma neons" Discussed on This Week In Voice

"Through their brand and allowing people to experience their products in new, you know, new in different ways, Alexis certainly can enable that. But I think that, you know, one of the challenges that Amazon does have is that they are in so many businesses, and they are seeing as the biggest competitor to most companies that are out there. Whether you are a, you know, a retailer or a technology company Amazon is seen as as highly competitive. I think Google given that they really are searching advertising company. I stay do have a bit of a benefit there. And that they're not encumbered by that. And you will see that show up in some of these relationships. The however is Amazon has the reach and so companies can't ignore that. So I'm sure that you know, in addition. Into this. You know, Google opportunity with Sephora and Disney's opportunity with Google and the interactive reading, you know, they've got a they've got half to have an Alexa strategy as well. Because you can't just be one or the other, but they are going to be different. And I think they're going to achieve different results. Well, thought there was well said by Pete I'm more interested in the use case in this idea in in actually, the use case alignment with the device, which I really liked about this story as a four has been out there. They've been doing one of the first to do some really interesting things with chat bots. They're always looking for new use cases. And and this idea that we have the smart displays the question is what's the purpose of them? So David limp said he's Amazon said at the Emma's neon unveiling the echo show to that. It's a replacement device for television in the kitchen. Right. So that's like one use case you pull press. As you can engage with entertainment.

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