Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Free Self-hypnosis Video and Free Self-hypnosis Podcast

New Self-hypnosis Training Video located at the link below:

Listen to my new Stress Annihilation Podcast located at the link below:

"Annihilate Stress and Propagate Hope."--Wayne F. Perkins

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Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Self-hypnosis Video by Wayne F. Perkins

Instructions: Write down your goal on a piece of paper and read it over 3 times.

Begin breathing slowly and deeply from the bottom of your lungs. Each time you exhale push the tension out of your lungs.

Now click on the video start button located in the center of the screen below.
Keep breathing deeply and thinking about your goal until the end of the video.

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Sunday, May 20, 2007

Stress/Hope Teeter/Totter by Wayne F. Perkins

Achieving Goals and Building Hope Requires Stress Annihilation

Why do you want to annihilate stress? The best reason for annihilating stress is because when you are in a stressful situation, you lose hope.

You lose focus on your goals. If you are a business professional responsible for bringing in new business, you may feel you want to give up.

Stress and hope sit at opposite ends of a teeter totter.

Do you remember when you where a small child playing on a playground at school. Many schools provided equipment for exercise. One of these pieces of equipment was a teeter totter. A teeter totter or seesaw as it is known in some places is simply a board balancing on a fulcrum with a place to sit at each end.

Two children sit on a teeter totter with the heaviest child sitting first in order for the lighter child to take a seat on the other end to balance out the load. They alternatively shift their weight to cause their seat on the teeter totter to go up and down.

Stress and hope work the same way as the two children conducting the balancing act on the teeter totter. Stress or fear as it is more accurately defined, and hope, or goals as it is more accurately portrayed, sit at opposite ends of the teeter totter.

As one end goes up the other end goes down. As stress increases its end goes higher in the air and hope goes down. As hope climbs higher in the air, stress goes down. Stress and fear are always opposing hope and goals.

It seems accurate that we need to annihilate stress and fear in order to elevate our hope and our goals.

I remember the movie the “Shawshank Redemption” where the wrongly imprisoned character, Andy, told the other inmates that hope was something no one could take away from you. He said “hope is a good thing, maybe the only thing.”

We begin our lives here on earth, knowing that we could die or be incapacitated at any moment. This is why stress or fear is always near the surface of our thoughts. The major thing that keeps us going is “hope;” hope for good health, hope for enjoyable relationships, hope for positive achievements and hope for enough money to pay for all of our desires.

To the degree that we can diminish stress and fear, we can elevate our goals and elevate hope. Is it difficult to keep hope alive while eliminating stress and fear? Yes it is difficult.

Fear is always appealing to our senses. Advertisers for example focus on our fears.

I remember an automobile commercial that started out by two guys arguing in the car and then an accident ensued. The two men were okay but shaken up visibly by the accident. Anyone watching the commercial can identify with the fear and stress associated with the accident.

Television newscasts focus on several fearful, stress causing events before they get to the sports news, business news or weather. Viewers become hooked on these stressful situations as they arrive home from work and while watching television.

Through all of our entertainment options we observe stress and fear. Words to incite fear are abundant in our spectator sports.

Think about the words and phrases you hear by sports commentators. Think about words and phrases like, “sudden death,” “elimination round,” “Yankees murder Red Sox,” “Spurs defeat Suns.”

The overwhelming majority of sports fans are affected by these terms because they are supporting “losing teams.” There is usually only one world champion in any given sport, meaning all of the rest of the sports fans “feel stress and the agony of defeat.” We experience the other end of the teeter totter as we lose hope.

Do you think we may carry some of this loss of hope into our jobs and our personal lives?

We are so used to being motivated by fear and stress that even our leisure time activities reflect it. Isn’t that a shame?

Always remember these statements: “When we are playing on the teeter totter, stress is at one end and hope is at the other end.” “We need to develop a quiet confidence to move our minds and bodies in the direction of hope.”

What is your ultimate goal? Where do you want to be in five years? If you could time travel to a place in your life five years from now and look back at today, what would you tell yourself about today. How important are the stressful situations you face right now in your life? Would today even be that important in your overall success? Five years into the future, would you still be thinking about your favorite sports teams’ loss of five years ago, or the price of gasoline?

Think about what life will be like five years into the future. Think about your victories, your goals and your hope.

The Teeter Totter Exercise:

Take three slow deep breaths. As you inhale slowly, breathe deeply from the bottom of your lungs. Before you exhale, hold your breath for a few moments and then exhale very slowly. Push all of the tension out of your lungs.

See yourself on the teeter totter flying higher in the air. Think about hope. Think about your specific goals and feel in your mind, your heart and your body that you have already achieved your goals.


Stress and hope are constantly competing on your teeter totter of life. Stress always equals fear and hope always equals your goals. Use the teeter totter exercise daily and you will take a huge step to annihilate stress and propagate hope.

Wayne F. Perkins Stress Annihilator

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Saturday, May 12, 2007

7 Ways to Annihilate Stress with Your Cell Phone

Cell Phone Stress Annihilation Program

Every day we use cellular telephones. We place calls, text message, plan our day and receive calls on our cell phones.

We also observe other people walking down the street seemingly hard wired to their cell phones. Just go to in any restaurant in the United States, sit down for a quiet dinner, and you will soon be barraged by cell phone conversations. When you get up from you table to go to the restroom, you will hear other people in stalls talking on their cell phones.

Does this create more stress in your life? Yes it does.

Do people who are constantly on their cell phones experience more stress than those of us who are unplugged? I think so. They feel that they “have to” have their cell phones on at all times or they will miss out on something extremely important.

Your cell phone can be your biggest enemy in your war against stress or it can be your greatest ally.

In the midst of all of this cell phone stress and tension, I have created a program to enable you to annihilate stress with your cell phone.

Cell Phone Stress Annihilation Program

Most of the stress that we encounter during the day is core stress. Core stress is what occurs every time you “have to” do something rather than “want to do” something.

Example #1: “Tomorrow is Monday and I will “have to” go to work. Going to work is a “have to” or a core stress associated task.

Example #2: “Tomorrow our bonus checks are coming in.” “I want to go to work, tomorrow.” You may be going to the same job, however, since you are going to work to receive your bonus check, you have annihilated stress with your “want to” attitude rather than the “have to” attitude in example 1.

Back to the restaurant

Now you are back at the restaurant, sitting down and enjoying your dinner. You are treated to someone in a loud voice saying into his cell phone, “can you hear me now?”

Then in a littler louder voice he says, “Can you hear me now?”

You are on the receiving end of core stress. In fact you are the recipient of the cell phone user’s stress. You “have to” listen to this person’s voice. You wanted to sit down and eat at the restaurant. Your “want to” attitude now has changed, because of the fact that you “have to” listen to this loud person.

In order to change your attitude you must get back into the “want to” mindset. Yes, this is easier said then done, but you want to do this anyway.

Simply focus on your table your place setting and the people sitting with you and take three slow deep breaths. Now think to yourself, “I want to be at this restaurant.” “I am relaxing and I am in charge of my own attitude.” “It is up to me to have an enjoyable time here at the restaurant.”

You may want to remember that people who are hardwired to their cell phones are experiencing great amounts of stress. They fear failure in that they think that they will lose something of great value if they do not respond using their phones, and they feel rejection. They feel may feel they will lose someone of great importance whether that be a friend, a business associate or a potential client. Fear is what is driving these people to keep their phones in every part of their everyday lives.

Make sure you do not let these strangers’ fears become contagious. Keep breathing deeply and relaxing and enjoy your dinner.

How Can I Change the Way I React to My Cell Phone?

Cell phones like computers are here to stay. They come in handy for emergencies and represented our businesses and our lives “in a box.” (A very small box I might add)

You can change the way you react toward your cell phone and actually create one of the best tools for annihilating stress at the same time.

Cell Phone Stress Annihilation Exercise

My cell phone is manufactured by Samsung and is three years old. I use Verizon Wireless as my carrier.

I understand that many of you have the features I will talk about but many of you may not. You may find by experimenting that you have many additional features that will help you annihilate stress. All of you have some of the features that will turn your cell phone from a stress creating device into a stress annihilating tool.
I have found 7 features of my cell phone that will annihilate stress.

1. Your visual cell phone recognition: As you locate your cell phone visually on your desk, your night stand, or the front seat of your car, take a long slow deep breath like this.
Inhale slowly….hold it…now let it out. Let all of the tension to leave your body now.

Use your cell phone as an anchoring device for your deep breathing. Whenever you are in a stressful situation, breathing shallows. By practicing deep breathing each and every time your visually look at your cell phone, you will be annihilating any stress that may be lurking in your body at this time.

2. The next feature of the cell phone stress annihilator is located in your daily planner. Many cell phones include a planner that is used much like a palm pilot planner.

The first item located in my planner is a “to do list.” If you have located your planner enter the word “Breathe” as your top item on the list. After all, Dr. Andrew Weil the famous health doctor believes that deep breathing, at intervals several times a day is the best exercise you can do for both your mind and body. Let Dr Weil be our guide. If you are like me and have trouble spelling words with your little keypad, just type the letter “B” for “breathe.”

When you are using your cell phone, check your “to do” list and breathe.

3. Another feature of my cell phone planner is the “memo pad.” Here I can write the word “breathe” or include a “b” as well. This is a personal memo from me reminding me to breathe.

One thing I do for motivation rather than use breathe or b is I typed in the following words, “I believe in you, Butch.” Butch was my best friend and died shortly after he got out of the Marines about 30 years ago. I like to use the phrase as an affirmation that I can accomplish anything I want to accomplish. By entering in “I believe in you and putting his name it helps me feel I am not alone and Butch will help me enjoy my success.

Is there anyone in your life, a parent, grandparent, a favorite uncle or best friend who is not around anymore but you know in your heart would support your decisions? If so why not use your memory of them to help you annihilate stress?

4. Another feature of my cell phone is a “voice memo.” I can record up to 60 seconds on my voice memo. In 60 seconds I can give myself a little exercise in deep breathing or I can give myself a short motivational presentation. If you are in sales you may use it for your “elevator speech,” or what you say during your introductory call.

5. Voice Mail: If you need more than 60 seconds, you might call your voice mail and record your stress annihilation exercise or motivational speech in voice mail so you have to option to listen to it anytime you feel you need it.

6. Text messages. You can send text messages to anyone you desire including yourself. Why not text yourself a message, “Remember to breathe deeply and relax today?”

7. The main purpose of a cell phone is to call other people. For exercise number 7 in my cell phone stress annihilation program, as you dial your telephone and are waiting for it to make a connection, ring or as you wait for your call recipient to pick up or for the call to go into voice mail, take a long, slow deep breath and relax. Again, remember to breathe deeply as you begin you telephone conversation. You will find your mind sharp, alert and focused on your cell phone call. As you relax, you will find your memory more acute than it is when you are stressed.


You can experience stress just by going to a nice restaurant at dinner time thanks to people who are using their cell phones and conversing in loud conversations. The lesson from this is that you can use your cell phone as a stress annihilation tool. You learned 7 ways to use your cell-phone as a successful stress annihilator. Use as many of these tips as you can daily and enjoy a more stress free life!

Thank you,

Wayne F. Perkins
Stress Annihilator

Phone: 602-647-4280

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Friday, May 11, 2007

7 Ways to Annihilate Cell Phone Stress Podcast

I have recorded a new podcast on 7 ways to annihilate cell phone stress.

This podcast officially airs Monday however, you can listen to it right now and even download it to your mp3 from this link.

I wish you success in achieving all of your goals.

Wayne F. Perkins
Master Hypnotist Trainer

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Tuesday, May 08, 2007

A Great Tip on Building Your Hypnosis Practice

Here is a great tip on building your hypnosis practice.

If you see your clients in your office, set up a second or third session to be delivered by telephone. Conduct your entire third session exactly as you conducted your first session. After the session by telephone ask your client what he/she thought of the session.

Once you receive rave reviews from your client say this, "Now that you see you can be hypnotized over the telephone, who do you know that lives far from you that has a similar challenge I could hypnotize?

Wait a minute or two and you client should come up with a few names. Then ask your client if it would be appropriate for you to call these people and set up remote telephone hypnotherapy sessions.

Once you have the approval, go for it and build your business!

Summary: Use your telephone to reach out and hypnotize someone!

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Wednesday, May 02, 2007

New Hypnosis Podcast: Annihilate the Fear of Rejection

There is a new hypnosis podcast scheduled for this Monday, however, you can listen to it right now by clicking on this link.

Here is the link for future reference:

I wish you success in annihilating stress from the fear of rejection!


Wayne F. Perkins
Master Hypnotist Trainer

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Tuesday, May 01, 2007

New Hypnosis Stress Video by Wayne F. Perkins Master Hypnotist Trainer

I have finished a stress free stress annihilation video and posted to Youtube a couple of weeks ago.

Right now it is nearing 1000 views! This video is focused on helping you annihilate stress if you are in the sales profession or if you are an executive with bottom line profit responsibilites.

Click on the button in the center of the screen to view the video. Enjoy annihilating stress!

Wayne F. Perkins
Stress Annihilator
"Annihilate stress and propagate hope."--Wayne F. Perkins

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