This page of my Toronto Hypnosis Clinic website is devoted to the hypnotic effect of one of the Eckhart Tolle’s presentations
It is an example of what I call Eckhart Tolle hypnosis.
At the same time, it is an example of a negative anxiety hypnosis - a negative hypnotic-like influence, which produces anxiety in your mind.
Specifically speaking, this page of my Toronto Hypnosis Clinic website is about how Eckhart Tolle’s Stillness Amidst The World - Findhorn Retreat DVDs - hypnotized me transiently but profoundly into a state of anxiety of impermanence.
How did Tolle manage to hypnotize me into a state of anxiety of impermanence?
I had watched over and over again, the Eckhart Tolle’s Stillness Amidst The World - Findhorn Retreat DVDs, and what got stuck in my mind was his talking about how everything around us was dissolving.
Eckhart Tolle hypnosis, which Tolle spreads powerfully over the participants of all of his presentations, in this particular case, seemed to be focused on the theme of impermanence.
Eckhart Tolle Hypnosis - as it manifested itself during his Stillness Amidst The World, Findhorn Retreat presentation - was mainly in the way he talked about how the room in which the people were sitting was dissolving, how their bodies were dissolving, and how everybody present was going to die soon.
The funny thing is that, my repeated listening to the Eckhart Tolle’s Stillness Amidst The World presentation, created anything but stillness in my mind.
Rather than becoming still, I became transiently plagued by anxiety arising from thoughts of my imminent death, and the imminent death of my wife and daughter.
Eckhart Tolle hypnosis, which permeated his Findhorn Retreat presentation, made me see myself and my loved ones, dissolving right in front of my own eyes.
The anxiety of impermanence mindset, which Eckhart Tolle’s Stillness Amidst The World presentation created in my consciousness, characterized itself mainly by thoughts about the total uselessness of all my efforts to create, and to establish anything in my life.
Eckhart Tolle hypnosis, hypnotized me into a very negative perception of all of my creative efforts in life.
Why bother striving for anything if everything is doomed to dissolution?
Eckhart Tolle’s Stillness Amidst The World presentation, instead of creating peace in my mind, evoked in me profound feelings of not only anxiety, but also depression.
Transiently, I didn't feel like doing anything - I thought: “what's the point? I may as well lie and die”.
Now, I do professionally work with human consciousness, and am deeply thrilled whenever I have a chance to observe how unexpected the behavior of my own consciousness can be.
I simply take the states of my consciousness into the private laboratory of my own mind and watch them.
I had a lot of fun observing the anxiety and depression, which Eckhart Tolle Hypnosis - exerted through his DVDs - created in my mind.
I didn't have any problem with what Eckhart Tolle hypnosis created in my own consciousness, but I thought that, for sure, there were people out there, who must have been profoundly, negatively affected by it.
I can speculate that, it would have been enough for a seriously depressed person to be exposed repeatedly to Eckhart Tolle Hypnosis - during his Stillness Amidst The World presentation - to enter his or her "eternal stillness", and nobody would have guessed why.
By the “eternal stillness”, I mean death as a result of a suicide.
Can Eckhart Tolle hypnosis, exerted via his Stillness Amidst The World presentation, tip the mental scales of a seriously depressed human being, so much that, it would create a tragic outcome?
I don't really know the answer to this question, but it seems that such possibility does exist.
I'm sure however, that the repeated exposure to Eckhart Tolle hypnosis - contained in his Stillness Amidst The World presentation - can put a very sensitive person on antidepressants or anti-anxiety medication.
I am sure that, the hypnotic effect of Tolle’s Findhorn Retreat, could engender the necessity of a psychiatric treatment in someone who's sense of stability in the world is already damaged by the destructive winds of circumstance.
And whenever that happens, what Eckhart Tolle attempts to achieve, paradoxically creates the opposite outcome.
I myself am very sensitive, and do not watch the news, nor read the newspapers.
The mental pollution, which they create is much too much for my mind.
For me, the daily diet of the local and the worldwide news, would be an equivalent of physically ingesting a very poisonous substance.
Obviously, it is because of my inherent sensitivity that, I had reacted to Eckhart's presentation with transient anxiety and depression.
I am very curious to know, if there are any other people out there who have had experiences similar to mine.
I know that, I am sensitive, perhaps overly sensitive, but as John Lennon sings - I'm sure - I'm not the only one.
I’d like you to reflect upon this:
If the above described Eckhart Tolle Hypnosis - delivered via an audio material - was able to evoke in me a state of transient anxiety of impermanence, could a different kind of an audio material heal an already existing in me state of anxiety?
What works one way, should work the other way too - wouldn’t you agree?
This is precisely the whole point of listening to powerful, hypno-effective, anxiety healing audio recordings.
I’ve been creating them for my clients worldwide for many years now.
Feel free to contact me, if you think this is something that you would like to use, to liberate yourself from your feelings of anxiety.
The cost of my custom made, hypno-effective, anxiety healing audio recordings is always negotiated on an individual basis.
Your cost would depend on the complexity of your case.
It would reflect the amount of time that is necessary to create a custom made, anxiety healing, hypno-effective audio recording, adjusted to your specific needs.