How To Use Your Hypnosis Downloads for Maximum Gain

Hypnosis is extremely safe providing it is performed by an accredited clinical hypnotherapist. By its very nature, getting hypnotized puts you into a naturally relaxed state of mind and that's something you’re very familiar with.

It is a state in which you have complete and total control, and everyone has experienced some form of hypnosis in their life.

In fact, you enter states of hypnosis daily, without even realising it. Common examples include:

  • Going into a state of daydreaming;
  • Being in a boring meeting and letting your mind wander off;
  • Being absorbed in a pleasant task and losing track of time;
  • Performing an everyday activity (such as driving) while thinking about something else, and then not remembering having traveled through intersections etc…


Sometimes you might have a few things you want to work on – for example you might want to lose weight, manage your anxiety and conquer your fear of spiders.

In a perfect world, you’d be able to do this all at once. But in reality it’s best to prioritise.

Hypnosis traditionally achieves results much faster than conventional forms of talk therapy. That said, it’s much more effective focus on one goal before you move onto the next.

That’s why each of my products focuses on one specific issue. Think of the process as ‘eating an elephant’. You have a lot of different goals to achieve and if you work on them all at once you’ll likely dilute your efforts.


In the majority of cases, no matter what kind of headspace you’re in, deep relaxation and self hypnosis will have a positive effect. Thousands of studies have shown that regular relaxation is good for your mind as well as your physical health.

However, there are a few exceptions to this rule. One of those is if you’re in ‘crisis mode’. If you’re feeling highly distressed or agitated or if you’ve just received some really shocking news it’s probably best to let things settle down a bit before attempting any kind of formal relaxation.

Although self-hypnosis can be very helpful in relieving depression and anxiety or in preventing those negative mind states from arising, the act of focusing inwards can sometimes heighten feelings of despair. So please don’t use the recordings if you’re feeling highly depressed or anxious.

Other times when you should not listening to these recordings:

  • If you have having a psychotic episode;
  • If you are feeling suicidal;
  • If you are experiencing any kind of chemical brain abnormality as a result of having changed or discontinued psychotropic medications;
  • If you have a severe alcohol or drug addiction

In fact, it is extremely important NOT to practise self-hypnosis while you are under the influence of alcohol or recreational drugs. This is because during those times you are already in an altered state of awareness and your mind is in a vulnerable, unstable state.

Apart from these times, you should experience no negative effects from the products. The key is to listen to your intuition. If you’re feeling uncomfortable and it doesn’t feel right, don’t do it.

I suggest you find a nice quiet place where you won’t be disturbed. Take the phone off the hook, lock the door and sit in a comfortable chair or lie on a bed.

If you’re someone who falls asleep really easily, you may prefer to choose a chair rather than a bed, because psychologically we tend to associate bed with sleep.

Please do NOT listen to these recordings while driving, operating machinery or doing anything else that requires careful concentration.

Personally, I prefer to do my self-hypnosis mid-morning because that’s when I’m refreshed and focused. Many of my clients like to do it just before bed and they tell me this helps to improve the quality of their sleep.

If you’re pressed for time you can put it on while you’re working on the computer – but in my opinion hands down the best way to experience the full benefit of your products is to devote your full time and attention to the experience in a quiet place when you don’t feel rushed.

If you’re busy (as most of us are), it’s important to make time in your schedule for relaxation. Otherwise other things will get in the way and before you know it, the end of the day will have come and you’ll have missed the opportunity to make a powerful positive change to your mind state.

This is a special time just for you – so make sure you’re consistent in setting boundaries and making sure you won’t be interrupted during your hypnosis time.

The most important thing to remember is that any time is better than no time – so if the only time you have is in the evenings between 8PM and 9PM, so be it!

That really depends on how much time you have!

In the beginning I would suggest that if you have the time you listen to your recording every day. If you have a particular goal you’re working on you may want to listen every day for one week then every second day for the rest of the month or until you achieve the outcome you want.