For some of us, hypnosis sounds like something we only see in movies. For others, it’s some kind of tool used to take control of people’s minds.
Here’s the funny truth, hypnosis has a lot to do with the way we all act and operate today.
Turning fiction into reality…
A couple of days ago, I spoke with Hypnotist Marczell Klein and asked him a few questions concerning himself and how he uses a genre of medicine called hypnotherapy to change people’s lives for the better.
Here’s our conversation;
1. Can you tell me a bit about yourself?
My name is Marczell Klein and I’m a 21-year-old Hypnotist who has hypnotized over 10,000 people- I’ve also had more than a thousand clients. My goal is to transform as many lives as possible through hypnosis.
I value time and connection more than anything. So I do my best to give people extraordinary results in the shortest period of time possible.
2. It’s not every day I get to talk to a real-life hypnotist! Why did you choose hypnotism?
From when we are born till our eighth year on this planet our brain is in a frequency of brain waves called theta.
Theta = Hypnosis
And because our minds were in this state of hypnosis it was easy to learn languages and absorb a lot of information. Basically, if we were programmed in hypnosis then we can be reprogrammed in hypnosis. This is the fastest way to reprogram the mind.
How it all started…
The first time I ever saw a hypnotist was when I visited a friend in college. We attended a show that featured a hypnotist. The hypnotist called my friend up on stage- Confidence wasn’t my friend’s strong suit and to top it all off he was an introvert.
Surprisingly, my friend acted different on stage and, towards the end of the show the hypnotist told him and the other participants that they will become extremely confident individuals after the show. Since that day my friend has become one of the most confident people I know.
That day I asked myself this question;
“ if someone can change their entire life in a snap why isn’t this something more people know about?”
That’s when I got obsessed with hypnosis and started to learn about its application with therapy.
3. To what do you attribute your success as a hypnotist?
My success is attributed to a few things;
The biggest driving force for me back then was to take care of my parents.
I wanted to be successful enough so I could retire them early and give them an incredible life.
Through Consistency and hard work, I’ve been able to grant my wish of giving my parents an incredible life- I also bought a Porsche for my dad.
Consistency and Dedication.
Another thing is how relentless I am when working towards my goals. I failed about a thousand times before I could successfully hypnotize someone.
If I had given up back then I would not be where I am today.
The greatest lesson I learned while on my journey to become a successful hypnotist was not to listen to others.
A lot of people, even teachers, and mentors, will impose their limiting beliefs on you and prevent you from progressing faster.
If you have a goal or a dream the only person you need to believe in is yourself.
4. You’re also a motivational speaker. What words of advice do you want to share with anyone who’s just starting in life?
SET BIG GOALS…
Don’t waste time thinking about how you will accomplish them. Most people take years to get the courage to take action toward their goals.
Do not settle in an area of your life.
Society tells us to appreciate what we have and to set “realistic goals.” The truth is that there is no such thing as a realistic goal.
Believe in yourself and if you’re unhappy with where you are do not stay there.
If you want a nice car but you currently can’t afford it- make more money so you can afford it.
Change the way you operate and, I promise your life won’t stay the same.
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