Episode 16: Interview With James Tripp
James Chats About…
Why he prefers to think in terms of ‘breadth’ of trance… rather than ‘depth’ of trance.
How ‘Yin Yang Theory’ has shaped and influenced his approach.
How the world of change-work may have tipped TOO far towards the focus being, “I can help any person with any problem in just 12 mins!”
The ‘problem trances’ people do… are NOT all equal.
How insight CAN have immense value in creating change.
Why people starting out in this field might benefit from ‘chunking down’ rather than ‘sideways’.
James Tripp is an internationally recognised and respected Personal Adaptedness coach, developmental hypnotist and teacher of self-mastery, hypnosis and influential communication. Coming from a diverse background including philosophy, music, martial arts, movement culture and NLP, James is also the developer of the critically acclaimed Hypnosis Without Trance approach to hypnosis. Beyond working with private clients, James has run workshops internationally and his London and UK workshops typically draw students from around the world. He has also consulted in the fields of sales, education and business leadership. He is currently ‘on the road’ – traveling the world for one year with his family (wife and our two daughters), on a mission to explore and experiment with living in different countries and to grow developmentally both individually and as a family – but will be back in the UK to present at the Hypnosis Convention.
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