Hi Dave,

I like to try to utilize what the patient gives me when looking for sticky words. A patient who describes burning pain might be told that the treatment is very cooling and soothing for the nerves. A patient who is stuck on an idea that the spine is “weak” might be told of how strong and healthy everything feels when it’s palpated (and that I understand why he used to think it was weak). A patient who has been told by others that the issue will take years to mend will be told instead: “yes, it might take years for a worst case scenario, but you’re not in that category”. It’s possible to alter the whole (possible) prognosis without introducing unnecessary confusion. The absolutely critical element is believing your own words. If you can’t do that, the whole thing is pointless.

Does Jensen have any example videos of his hypnosis work on Youtube or elsewhere?