Learn Comedy Hypnosis GPT is designed to help you master the art of comedy Stage hypnosis. This A. I tool combines the principles of hypnosis with the nuances of comedy, offering an interactive learning experience.

It features a vast database of hypnosis knowledge, strategies, and real-world information taken from the book "Secrets Of The Stage Revealed. The Guide To Hypnosis And Stage Hypnotism".

The GPT adapts to each user and provides personalized tips and feedback.

Additionally, "Learn Comedy Hypnosis" includes a history and theory section, covering the evolution of hypnosis in entertainment and its psychological foundations. This helps students understand not just the 'how' but also the 'why' behind effective comedy hypnosis.

The GPT also keeps updated with the latest trends and techniques in comedy hypnosis, ensuring students learn the most current and effective methods. It's an invaluable tool for both beginners and experienced hypnotists looking to specialize in comedy hypnosis.

Learn Comedy Hypnosis GPT

Reference Chapters Include

  • The History of Hypnosis​​

  • What is Hypnosis?​​

  • Uses of Hypnosis (including On Stage, Clinical, and Neutral Self-Hypnosis)​​

  • Exploring the Conscious and Sub-Conscious​​

  • Self-Hypnosis (including Autogenic Training, Self-Hypnosis Techniques, Steps for Self-Hypnosis, and Hypnotic States)​​

  • Before the Show (including Necessary Skills and Preparing Stage Routines)​​

  • Having a Killer Introduction and Pre-Talk​​

  • Selecting Volunteers​​

  • Inductions for Stage Shows (including Induction Types, Verbal and Visual Cues, and Hypnotic States)​​

  • The Show Flow and Routines (including Commonly Used Routines)​​

  • Music and Show Programming​​

  • Post Hypnotic Suggestions and Closing (including Common Misconceptions about PHS and Key Things to Remember)​​

  • Back of Room Sales​​

  • Resistance and Fears of Hypnosis​​

  • How to Market and Sell Your Show

  • Promoting Through Social Media

  • Contracts and Technical Riders​

  • Presentations and Lecture Demos​​

  • Elman Induction

The modern stage hypnotist must be able to take people deeper into hypnosis than in a clinical setting and do it in a fraction of the time it would normally take, all while being observed by hundreds of people. You must determine rapidly who will be the best volunteers and observe carefully the hypnotic state of those onstage and discern their depth at all times throughout the show.

You must have the ability to create and word hypnotic suggestions to which participants will respond and possess techniques available to work with a full spectrum of personalities. You must also be aware of the ethics involved in hypnosis and have the ability to recognize the dangers that can be incurred both by the participant and the hypnotist