Are you a hypnosis cover band? Or are you an artist? Here’s what I’d like you to do. I’d like you to think of some of the very top musical artists today. Taylor Swift. Miley Cyrus. Eminem. Drake.

If you were going to go see their music performed live, would you want to go see them or a cover band? Or maybe you would be okay with just going out to the local karaoke bar and seeing people do “Stairway to Heaven” badly. 

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Official Statement from the International Stage Hypnotists’ Association on the Human Bridge Technique in Entertainment Hypnotism Shows

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As a member of multiple professional performer associations, many times I come across a fellow performer who asks me why I waste my time and money to belong to such organizations. Well, that’s a fair question and I’ll give you the answers in this little article. And yes, there are as many answers as there are reasons.
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As a form of entertainment, hypnotism has remained largely unchanged for the past century. From its humble beginnings on carnival stages and county fairs to its current presence in colleges, corporate events, and Las Vegas casinos, stage hypnotists are mostly doing the same shows today that their predecessors were doing fifty years ago. And that’s a serious problem.
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