Successful people who have given their all to achieve the highest levels of ability and success share in common the habit of leaving no stone unturned in their quest for knowledge, perfection, success or achievement, or whatever else it is they are passionate about. They have the mentality to question things, to seek cause and effect, as opposed to just accept things as they are or to believe everything that they are told. Limits to such great minds are not boundaries by which they are constrained; rather, limits tease their minds to find a way to stretch and overcome them.
Such people would not dream of using anything without first researching why and how it might work for them. They will have made an informed choice when making their decision to seek the services of a hypnotherapist. Most celebrities who turn to hypnosis do so because they have researched it and understand how powerful its assistance can be. They also have a burning desire, a passion to succeed and so will go to greater lengths than most in order to succeed. And this is a major key in whether or not it will be successful; if you were just to “give it a try" then you are not committed to what you are doing.
The following are examples of rich, powerful celebrities, who could afford to go anywhere and do anything, and they choose to use hypnosis at some point in their lives to help them to overcome their bad habits and personal problems or to eliminate their limitations and become massively successful.
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Tiger Woods (golf pro):Has used hypnosis and mental imagery techniques since a young age to help him to focus and “get in the zone”.
Orlando Bloom (actor):His mother took him to a hypnotist as a child to help him to overcome his addiction to chocolate and help him to shape up.
Sophie Dahl (model):Lost a massive amount of weight with help from hypnosis and a new healthy lifestyle, going from a size 16 to an 8.
Ashton Kutcher (actor):Used hypnosis on two different occasions - once when he was in college to help him to focus on starting his career and “becoming famous”, and again more recently to help him to stop smoking.
Jimmy Connors (tennis pro):Uses hypnosis techniques to practice his winning serve and tennis strokes prior to important tournaments.
Kevin McBride (boxer):Has a hypnosis session before every fight to get into a solid mental state of mind, where he is full of confidence and free from fear.
Jack Nicklaus (golf pro):Openly claims that hypnotherapy and visualization techniques are the sole reason for his improved levels of concentration during play.
Ellen DeGeneres (celebrity):Experienced hypnosis live on her chat show and successfully quit smoking.
Ben Affleck (actor):Quit smoking with help from hypnosis, later stating “ I feel a huge difference in my health now that I don't smoke. I feel like I'm in better shape than I was five years ago”.
Kevin Costner (actor):Had a hypnotist fly out to Hawaii (while filming Waterworld) to cure him of his sea-sickness.
David Beckham (soccer pro):Visited a hypnotist privately to help him to confront some of his personal problems.
More and more magazines and news outlets continue to publish the benefits of utilizing hypnosis for personal change. Once informed about hypnosis, you will know that it is safe, natural, and very effective.
- Oprah's O magazine published the benefits of using hypnosis for
- Good Housekeeping, Reader's Digest, Sports Illustrated, Red Book,
Psychology Today, Ladies Home Journal
Hypnosis is recognized by the medical profession as a useful and powerful complimentary therapy…
….In 1955 the British Medical Association issued a report stating that hypnosis was a valuable medical tool.
….In 1958 the American Medical Association recognized hypnosis as a viable scientific modality.
….In 1962 the American Psychiatric Association recognized that hypnosis was a viable modality to treat some psychological problems.