Freddy Jacquin is the founder of Freddy Jacquin Hypnotherapy and the author of the book Hypnotherapy: Methods, Techniques, and Philosophies of Freddy Jacquin. In 1999, he created the Jacquin Hypnosis Academy, which he now runs in partnership with his renowned son, Anthony Jacquin. He is also the creator of The Arrow Technique, a method that can be used by hypnotherapists to eliminate emotional and physical pain.
Freddy joins me today to talk about how he sees hypnotherapy and how it works. He discusses the hypnotic induction pre-talk and how to use emotions and suggestions to make positive changes within the client’s state-of-mind. He also shares specific hypnotherapy techniques that he uses such as The Arrow, Quantum Healing, and Freddy’s Time Machine.
“If you want to hypnotize someone - if you can fascinate someone, if you can get people to concentrate on what you are saying, then on some level they are already hypnotized.” - Freddy Jacquin
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