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Why You Won't Keep Your Resolution—Again

Millions (billions?) of people start every New Year by making promises to themselves… that they won’t keep.
Year after year, some make the same promises: lose weight, stop smoking, be nicer people, learn to deal with stress without getting angry, etc.

Days (or weeks) later these same people will realize that they haven’t kept their commitment to change themselves, if they have even begun at all!
Why do these poor people fail? Why can’t they keep their self-promise? Is it that their willpower is too weak? Or, are they lying about wanting to change?

No, not at all! They seriously, truly want change, yet they truly can’t do it, through no fault of their own.
I’m Professor Jay Tee, Master Hypnotist and Online Hypnotherapist, and my business is all about change. This is not an unfamiliar situation to me.

Most of my online hypnotherapy clients were in similar situations when they got in contact with me. Thousands of people, who couldn't change what they wanted most to change about themselves. And not one of them was crazy, or weak, or stupid. They were merely human.

Let’s take a deeper look at the problem of change-resistance, and why people will always have to deal with it!

We all know people who say “I really want to (stop smoking, lose weight)… I’m so determined!” And they really mean it, too!
But they don’t achieve their goal. They don’t make the change they really want. And when they don’t do it, "failure mode" sets in, and they stop trying anymore. They go back to smoking, drinking, losing their temper easily, or whatever the unwanted behavior was, be cause they "can't stop themselves" from doing it.

The problem is, one part of your mind (the conscious mind) wants change, and other parts of your mind (unconscious parts) don’t want to change.

And the one thing I know for certain is that your unconscious mind is much more powerful than your conscious mind!

My business is getting your unconscious to AGREE WITH your conscious mind's desires, and convince it to help you, instead of standing in your way. Once that takes place, there is no more "resistance" to change and improvement.
The "brick wall" disappears instantly, and it becomes a well-lighted path to a better future.

Book a session of Online Hypnotherapy with Professor Jay Tee. I am a professional with over 20 years of experience in helping people a lot like you. I have helped thousands to make the life improvements that they truly wanted, but they couldn't seem to make themselves do. 

And now, you understand exactly why they couldn't. And maybe you understand why you couldn't do it, either.

I hope to talk to you soon, for a single online hypnosis session to change your life for the better.

Professor Jay Tee

P.S. Got a question, or you simply aren't certain I can help with your issue?  (You'd be surprised what I've helped people with, though!)

Please contact me directly at with any concerns or queries. Note that I'm often busy, so it may be a day or two before I can reply!

Valentine's Day is just Around the Corner

Make this Valentine's Day special

You know I'm going to say that love (or lust) is all in your mind. But you may feel it is somewhere... lower down.
Be that as it may, you want to have the mind of your partner in top condition to face the challenges of Valentine's Day.

What should you do? Well, Don't Panic.

Prepare the Moment.

Several, actually. Anticipation is what your lover is craving the most. Anticipation of that carefully planned surprise...
You know, that little surprise you have been planning for months, right?

What? No plan for Valentine's Day?NOW you can panic! What are you thinking?

You have been playing that dumb, new smartphone game for three weeks straight, in every possible free moment... but you haven't planned a surprise for your love?
You're in triple-deep doo-doo.

Last-Minute Preparations

It's not too late yet, but you have to hurry. I've collected some lovely ideas for you from around the internet.
And while your devious purchases are making their way to you, you will use the time wisely to plan that surprise, won't you?

Get Away to Be Together

  • Book a nice hotel room just to enjoy the luxury.
    (Pay extra to sleep in late on the next morning. You'll need it!)
    Personally, I love the International Hotel Group,
    but Hilton Hotels are also great,
    or can quickly find you an alternative.
  • Take a quick trip somewhere lovely.
    TripAdvisor will help you find that special place.

Gifts for your Special One

Not enough time (or money) for a vacation away? 
Gifts are great, too.

What does she like? 

  • Flowers (Sounds corny, but still true)
    FTD has been my U.S. choice for years.
    But you should use the eFlorist if you're in the U.K.
  • Clothing
    BooHoo has great designs and young styles
    Or go to Saks Fifth Avenue for a touch of class!

Or... What does he like? 

  • Sexy Lingerie (usually for you to wear, not him!)
    Agent Provocateur
  • Sexy Goods (Face it, what's always on a guy's mind...?)
  • The Newest Electronics and more (Okay, it's not always that!)

Try Using Your Head

What do BOTH of you want?
Whatever you choose to do, I wish you a very happy Valentine's Day, with your loved one.

Professor Jay Tee

Can Hypnosis Make Someone Do Something They Don't Want to?

Answering: Can hypnosis be used to make someone tell the truth?

There is a classic hypnosis “test,” where people are given beakers full of acid, and (still in trance) ordered by the hypnotist to throw the acid in a person’s face.
The people refuse, it is said, because the hypnosis cannot make them breach their ethical/moral standards.

Derren Brown, the well-known magician/hypnotist/mentalist/performer even did a show featuring this test.
In his version, ALL the people DID throw the acid.

Fortunately, the acid had secretly been replaced with water.

  • Did the subjects KNOW it wasn’t acid? 
  • Did they not have high enough morals to refuse? 
  • OR is the test not true? 

Your guess is as good as mine…

But in your example given, it’s not even an issue.
Matthew Small's answer to Hypnosis: Is it true that a hypnotist can't make his client do something against his moral?

Merely kissing someone, even of the same sex, is probably not going to be enough to trigger a moral dilemma for a modern person. Even in the staid old 20th Century, there were dozens of Hollywood movie comedies where two straight men kissed each other just for laughs.

But, are you still wondering…

Could I hypnotize someone to do something “against their will” by changing their perceptions?

The answer is: Maybe. (Gotta love these decisive answers, don’t cha? People are variable; don’t blame me.)

IF the person saw the hypnosis as a way to GET OUT OF BEING BLAMED for doing something they actually, secretly WANTED to do, it would be possible.

“I didn’t do it! The hypnotist made me!” But it’s actually a bunch of BS. The person knew what they were doing at all times.

While in hypnosis SUBJECTS ARE HIGHLY AWARE of what is going on, even when it does not look like it.

And when they don’t want to do something, they simply don’t.

Happens to me in hypnosis shows all the time. I make a suggestion, and if they don’t like it, they begin to wake up immediately. You can see an actual example in my show here:

And unless I can reassure them that what I’m doing is fun, and/or for their benefit, they will fully awaken and know exactly what I tried to get them to do.

Be warned: DON’T try to use hypnosis to take advantage of women.
You’ll get screwed, not them!

Professor Jay Tee

Hyper suggestible people

Answering: Is having hyper hypnotizability a good thing?

First off, there’s really no such thing as a hyper hypnotizable person, although thousands of supposed experts will tell you there is.

Either you are:
  • ready for hypnosis at a given time and in a given situation, or
  • you aren’t.

However, being in hypnosis feels great, so when a person has experienced it before, they are often much more easily inclined to follow along and “go there” again in a new situation. This also applies if a person does self-hypnosis, whether they know they are doing it, or not.

Second, to actually answer your correctly rephrased question:
Is being easily hypnotized in every situation a good thing?

Probably not. There are people out there who will attempt to use it for their own nefarious purposes, and NOT to help you out, or just have fun with it for proper entertainment purposes.

[Older example of total BS professional hypnotists still insist is true. This was based on a VERY limited self-study conducted by a hypnotist who WANTED to prove it true, of course! ]

Even now, most professional hypnotists will quickly tell you that part of your mind will ALWAYS kick in and REJECT suggestions that are not good for you, or that you find ethically offensive, but THIS IS NOT ALWAYS TRUE.

It’s a personal thing, to be honest.

It all comes down to this:
Which is stronger for the hypnotized person?
  1. Ethical/moral beliefs (sometimes not that strongly held!)
  2. Desire to feel great in hypnosis (stronger than you think!)
  3. Belief that this is “just like a game” and nothing bad will happen
  4. Trust in the person who does the hypnosis
  5. Comfort in the situation (might not seem so bad at the time)
  6. Drunkenness/other drug effects
    (yes, you can be hypnotized when using drugs or alcohol)
  7. Power of focus/level of inattention to what is outside focus
    (aka “depth” of trance)
These facets combine in a unique way for each person.

The results of your unique combination determines whether your unconscious mind would decide to remain in hypnosis EVEN WHEN THE HYPNOSIS IS NOT GOOD FOR YOU.

So much for “You won’t do anything in Hypnosis that you won’t do outside Hypnosis.” It’s wishful thinking.

In the proper circumstances, hypnosis IS real mind control.

Professor Jay Tee

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