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THE SIMPSON PROTOCOL: Interactive Change in the Esdaile State with Ines Simpson

Ines Simpson has discovered an effective way of communicating with clients in this extremely deep hypnotic state.  For the first time, the hypnotist can converse with the client’s deepest mind to learn what the true issues are and to direct it to do what is needed to achieve the best results possible. This advanced training course will teach you everything you need to know to use The Simpson Protocol in your practice.

Dr. James Esdaile, a Scottish surgeon, developed The Esdaile State of deep hypnosis in the 1800s in India before chemical anesthesia was available. Dr. Esdaile was able to bring his patients into an extremely deep state of hypnosis and to successfully perform hundreds of surgical procedures, painlessly. It was also discovered that his patients recovered faster and had fewer complications. The Esdaile State seemed to have a direct impact on healing. It was also thought that in the Esdaile State, the client was unable to communicate... until now.

Just some of the topics covered in the training:
* Interactively Communicating While in the Esdaile State
* How to Take Your Client into the Esdaile State
* The History of the Esdaile State * Conditioning with EFT
* Inductions
* Ideomotor Responses
* Ideomotor Questions for Change
* Foundation Work and Changework
* Advanced Questions for the Simpson Protocol
* Included in the Appendix: Preliminary Paperwork
* EFT on a Page
* The Simpson Esdaile Method Pre-Talk
* ...and much more!

From Ines Simpson:
"The reason I started to experiment with working in this deep level of hypnosis was totally selfish and self motivated. I have always been a very analytical person and I could easily get clients and students to achieve regressions but I myself had some difficulties in that area. I surmised that if I could bypass my conscious mind more this would become easier for me. So I experimented. I worked with other hypnotists and even a shaman friend of mind and Protocol started to develop.

James Esdaile was the first man to discover mental anesthesia and its benefits. Esdaile did work in India and decided to employ mesmerism to help his patients deal with pain. Remember, this was before anesthesia was available. The method he used required a very long preparation time, sometimes taking ten to twelve days to condition the person to go to what we call the Esdaile State today.

The Esdaile State has not been used for therapeutic or change work in the past as it was thought the client was in a euphoric state with no motivation for change work. With this technique, that all changes and it happens quickly. This advanced training course will teach you all you need to know about this new paradigm shift in hypnosis. You can now communicate directly with your client's Superconscious mind and direct it to release all the issues that are not in your client's best interest or benefit. Another advantage of working in the Esdaile State using the Simpson Protocol is that through the proper questioning, direction and communication with the Superconscious mind, your client doesn't have to verbalize the issue, if that is their wish. It is a wonderful tool for clients who are sensitive to the issue that they are working on and are uncomfortable with verbalizing the problems that they want to deal with. With the Simpson Protocol, you will be able to give the client unprecedented access to the Superconscious mind in order to help with physical healing, emotional healing, spiritual healing and soul retrieval."

Who is Ines Simpson?
Ines first hypnotized someone at the age of ten. Her brother, Johan, decided to get a book on hypnosis and he used her as his “subject.” Johan made Ines think that she was glued to the wall and convinced her she had purple polka dots on her hands. Ines was so intrigued by the possibilities that she and her best friend passed many fun afternoons learning and practicing hypnosis. Ines has worked in many fields from the hospitality industry to commercial fishing on Canada's west coast. In her 40's, she started to reevaluate her life and to search for something that would fulfill her and give her life more meaning. Finally, in the late 90s her mother took a hypnotherapy course and a light bulb went on! She pursued a career in hypnosis and became a member of the National Guild of Hypnotists in 2000. By 2005, she was admitted as a faculty member by the National Guild and continues to this day to teach as well as study to add to her vast and growing knowledge of hypnosis.

Ines is now a board certified hypnotist with the National Guild of Hypnotists, the largest hypnosis body in the world. Ines is the very first certified instructor for the NGH in western Canada. She owns and operates Advanced Hypnosis and Training Institute in in Parksville, British Columbia. Advanced Hypnosis offers individual services as well as advanced training for hypnotists.

Ines teaches at the NGH's annual convention which holds hundreds of classes each year. The convention is attended by international hypnotists and is the largest convention for hypnotists in the world. Ines is a great instructor because of her body of knowledge, great skill and ability to connect with people. Because of this, Ines was the recipient of the prestigious 2012 NGH Hypnotism Hallmark Award. The Hallmark Award is presented to the top-rated educational instructor as evaluated by the previous year's students. She was also inducted in the same year to the NGH's Order of the Braid in recognition of service to professional hypnotism. Each hypnotist inducted to the Order of the Braid have enriched the lives of others and have made a significant contribution to the hypnosis profession.

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  • Michelle

    Good use of time, good practice, plenty of time for questions. Ines Simpson was knowledgeable compassionate and patient with all of our questions. She was one of the best trainers I've ever had.

    June 23, 2014

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