NEHG: Boston’s first Study Group (Tuesday, August 6, 2013)

Other events are forthcoming, but I’m posting this one to experiment with the style I want and get one up before I started putting out the word about the new


We’re getting together to share skills, develop our hypnotic abilities, and explore the possibilities of hypnosis. NEHG started out with a bunch of folks trying to learn to be hypnotists, or to be better hypnotists, and it’s time to start again with a new generation of hypnotists. We’re going to start out working from @Wiseguy35’s book Mind Play, which you won’t need for the first meeting. We’ve got some options to keep costs down, including a special offer for those who attend the Study Group from the author himself. We’ll be sharing our insights, techniques, and experiences. We’ll be digging up whatever sources we can use to learn about this amazing skill.

If you don’t yet know how to hypnotize someone, please let me know. From time to time as needed I’ll bring newcomers into the deep secrets of hypnosis. Beyond that, the group is designed to suit hypnotists at all levels of skill.

Here’s the Fetlife event listing (You can RSVP there) and here’s the official discussion thread (you can learn details of our discount on Mind Play there.)

Subjects are strongly encouraged to come, too. We will always need people to practice on!

Any questions? Send email to Boston [at] NEHG [dot] info or contact PhotoJoseph on FetLife

NEHG is the New England Hypnosis Group, a NELA SIG.

COST: No cost to attend our first meeting, but no food will be provided, either. There’s a very convenient Pizza parlor to the location. If you want a copy of Mind Play at our special rate, bring cash or your checkbook.

DRESS CODE: Appropriate for an apartment building. If you want to change once you’re inside the apartment, try not to be so distracting that you hinder other attendees’ ability to learn or teach.

TIME START: August 6th, 2013 (and the first Tuesday of each month) 7pm.

TIME END: 10pm

LOCATION: A private apartment in Everett, MA (address to be shared to those attending.) Carpooling should be readily available to the nearby Orange Line station.

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