Warning: I get hypnotized in this podcast and it may make you sleepy when you listen, so please don't do things like drive in your car, operate heavy machinery, ride a bicycle, etc. during this episode. If you do, you may end up in your local newspaper in a way you don't particularly like.
A couple weeks ago, I sat across from my friend Mark Dhamma at SoHo House in West Hollywood, leaned in over my roasted chicken and Moscow Mule drink and asked him my burning question.
“So could you hypnotize me?”
He confidently nodded.
“On a podcast?”
He nodded again.
And so, what you are about to hear came to life. Mark Dhamma is a High Performance Health & Mindset Coach on primarily Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and private sessions like those you're going to hear in this podcast, Mark shares advice on how to look, feel and perform at your best with 32,000 people in over 20 countries.
Mark has 17 years of experience in the health industry, including being a Men’s Fitness model and health coach. With his Masters Degree in Positive Psychology under the famous, “Flow” Professor, Dr. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, he teaches science backed proven techniques to be happier, more confident, motivated and productive. Mark gained executive coaching skills from the Royally Knighted Sir John Whitmore “The Founder Of Modern Day Coaching”, as well as using NLP and Hypnosis to literally re-program his clients to be successful.'
During our discussion, in which I am hypnotized while lying shirtless on the floor of my office, you'll discover:
–What exactly happens to your body and brain when you get hypnotized…[12:50]
-Why your brain is like a “rider” and your body is like an “elephant”…[13:35]
-Three slightly embarrassing personal “issues” I have that I want to fix in my life, and how hypnosis can be used to address those issues…[18:40]
-What changes when a hypnotist is in the same physical place as you vs. working with you digitally or via Skype…[62:35]
-How you can learn hypnosis for yourself…[65:45]
-And much more!
Resources from this episode
-Podcast on NLP: “How To Get To Sleep At Night Before A Big Race.”
Do you have questions, comments or feedback for Mark or me? Leave your thoughts below and one of us will reply!