I’m excited about a few things about my newest video: isochronic tones, music written by me, and a great hypnosis track.
If you’re on my email list, I sent an email explaining isochronic tones and offering a series of free isochronic tones that I made for myself. (If not, click the link at the bottom of this page and get a free stress relief hypnosis for joining.) When I make hypnosis audios for my own personal development journey, I use these tones extensively–even sometimes with clients in session or in audios made specifically for them; however, I rarely if ever have used them in hypnosis I release to the public at large.
You may not know this, but I’m a music theory nerd. I don’t play or write music often, but I still do on occasion–especially string quartets (love cello, what can I say?). My hope is that the music mostly covers over the tones (by accompanying them so well). In case you’re interested, the isochronic tones in the video are centered on the notes D, Eb, E, F, or F#. To accompany this, I wrote a simple atonal string variation of the notes in the tones. This should work to make the white noise needed by the isochronic tones sound more like the ocean than anything and make the whole thing more fluid.
And the hypnosis is something I made in order to teach a few ideas about how to relax using hypnosis before teaching you how to use self-hypnosis to relax yourself on purpose. (Sounds like heaven, no?) Unfortunately, there is some minor artifacting in the video so I am releasing it on YouTube. While this video originally didn’t turn out exactly as I planned when I shot it, I love the hypnosis and relish the opportunity to explore deepening my craft/art as a hypnotist with extra elements to increase the effects of my words!
As a hero of mine, Milton Erickson says in his articles after explaining being confronted with a challenge (like hypnotizing a woman who only spoke a language he didn’t…), “The author saw this as an unprecedented opportunity…” And so, I took it.
Let me know how you like it.
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