Steven Luzern – About Me

Steven luzern Dhp

 

 

I’m a hypnoanalyst with over 27 years of experience and it’s been close to 45 years since I first started hypnotizing people. Before semi-retiring my last private practice was in Harley Street, London – the UK’s renowned and foremost center for health treatment dating back to the early 1800’s.


Before I go on to tell you a little more about myself, let me first give you the most important life changing information I can.

This message is so important and powerful that when you truly understand it you will also understand how to control every aspect of your life. Plus, you’ll also understand why you’re currently living the life you have. This information is. “Your mind does exactly what it thinks you want.”


No longer do I carry letters of accreditation after my name and this is for 2 main reasons.

Steven Luzern Dhp Tower1. I acquired my hypnosis qualification over 27 years ago from the UK’s largest hypnosis training institute. Yet I now find myself so far removed from the knowledge I acquired then, that to still carry their accreditation would be misleading.

2. Most hypnotherapy professional letters of accreditation refer to association memberships. In years passed I have belonged to 3 associations which, when attached to my original qualification, gave me 4 letters of accreditation groups. I gave up renewing my association memberships predominantly as I found myself differing in opining to these associations.

My approach to hypnosis is different from those being used by the majority of hypnotherapists. During my inductions, I never ask subjects to imagine a relaxing place such as a beach or country scene. My approach to the hypnotic induction is one of speed, but not instant inductions – as I consider these to be against the rapport necessary for deep analysis. On face to face sessions, it’s no good taking longer than 3 minutes to get deep hypnosis known as somnambulism because while hypnosis is an important part of hypnotherapy the longer it takes to hypnotize somebody the less time there is available for therapy.

Many of my hypnosis, self-hypnosis, hypnotherapy recordings use what I call a ‘Release Meditation.’ This is an approach that encourages the subconscious mind to find and release the cause of a person’s problem.

Why are my recordings free? In short, I’m a therapist and therefore I enjoy helping people and I like reading the stream of “Thank you” letters arriving in my email every day.

I believe in a lot of things that can’t be confirmed scientifically.

 

ADDITIONAL NOTE.

I do my best not to be a critical person. Like hypnosis suggestions, I focus on the positive and avoid the negative. Nevertheless, after say this, I recently came across a comment by Michael Watson – International Trainer of NLP. I found so much resonance with this statement of his that i felt almost compelled to reproduce it. So I have, below.

“I am an NLP and Hypnosis Trainer (US and UK) with a 30-year history in the field, and quite frankly, when I look around the ‘academic and professional hypnosis community’, I see more bullshit than substance.”


If you have a question for Steven Luzern CONTACT HIM HERE.

 

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