Okay, I know what you’re thinking right now. Your thinking you already know the Dave Elman Induction as you learned it in class and you may have even read the book by Dave Elman entitled Hypnotherapy. Personally, I hope every one of my readers has read that book and if not, please do as it’s a classic. If you were thinking any of the items above then you’re completely WRONG! While the first disc has some really great information. It’s the second disc that makes this product a must have. The second disc contains a rare, up close and personal video interview with the only living son of Dave Elman named H.L. Elman. This interview makes this product worth the cost just by it’s self. As far as I know, and I could be wrong. Dave Elman’s son has never done a video interview. If I’m wrong please correct me as I would love to get my hands on that as well.
Although the DEI (Dave Elman Induction) was first used in teaching medical hypnosis in 1949, it originated in 1912. Dave Elman, then age 12, began using it on his classmates after experimenting with other methods for a few years. The DEI became the foundation of Elman's advanced methods taught to over 10,000 physicians and dentists.
Although the DEI (Dave Elman Induction) was first used in teaching medical hypnosis in 1949, it originated in 1912. Dave Elman, then age 12, began using it on his classmates after experimenting with other methods for a few years. The DEI became the foundation of Elman’s advanced methods taught to over 10,000 physicians and dentists.
This video is about the most powerful induction out there, the Dave Elman induction. It is designed to get a person in a deep hypnosis (somnambulism) in 4 minutes or less.
These are the full DVDs. Feel free to download and rip to assuage the inevitable requests
"This is the most powerful, adaptable and effective hypnosis induction in the world. Developed by legendary hypnotist Dave Elman, this rapid induction will produce somnambulism in less than four minutes and will hypnotize over 85% of subjects."
This is FACT.
The 17 selections on this disc represent the earliest recordings by one of the most important and definitive jazz combos in history. These are interesting because Dave Brubeck and Paul Desmond on alto sax had established the basic sound long before bassist Gene Wright and drummer Joe Morello would join them for the 'classic quartet' era. One other thing that is interesting is even though recording technology was relatively crude in the very early 1950s the sound quality on this album is more than acceptable.
A “blood moon” is a natural phenomenon that evokes a sense of foreboding yet captivating wonderment. However, the moon eventually returns to its natural state, shedding its reddish hues back to normalcy. Clarinetist Dave Bennett has not returned to normalcy and neither has his music. Blood Moon, Bennett's sophomore release for Mack Avenue Records, is a dark and reflective collection that deals with loss, heartbreak, and ultimately a return to faith and hope.
The 1987 edition of the Brubeck Quartet featured pianist Brubeck, his son Chris on electric bass and bass trombone, clarinetist Bill Smith and drummer Randy Jones. In addition to remakes of "Blue Rondo à la Turk," "Strange Meadowlark" and "Swing Bells," the leader contributed six new originals including "I See, Satie" and a tribute to Dizzy Gillespie and Stan Getz called "Dizzy's Dream." Bill Smith, who uses electronics with taste on his clarinet during a few songs, has long been a major asset to the later Brubeck Quartets. This is one of their better Concord CDs.