Ephemeral mists

Ephemeral Mists is a new musical project by composer Brett Branning (also the composer for The synthetic dream foundation & Abandoned Toys). "Moon Ritual" is the debut cd, out now on Mythical records.

The sound of the project is best described as downtempo ambient new age music mixed with ethnic world musics in the vein of "Karma" era Delerium, Amethystium, and Dead Can Dance. Its really a an incredibly beautiful creation to be used as yoga music or Reiki music. and I sincerely recommend it to anyone into newage music styles. I'm looking forward to further releases by this project.

Mythical records "Odyssey of rapture" vol. 1

Mythical records, is now taking pre-orders for their new compilation "Odyssey of Rapture" vol. 1. The album includes new age music compositions by Abandoned Toys, Library Tapes, The synthetic dream foundation, Hannah Fury, Samantha Bouquin, Ephemeral mists, and many more great composers/artists. The official release date is Dec. 10th 2008. The full track list includes:

1. David Reyes "The magic woods"
2. Library Tapes "The rivers turned to cobblestone"
3. Abandoned Toys "An expanding tremble"
4. Ephemeral Mists "A pale slumber"
5. Phanatos "Voyage (quest for the shores of aphrodite)"
6. Aranis "Vala"
7. The new pollutants "Kidnap theme"
8. Hana (Jeff Greinke & Anisa Romero) "Hide"
9. Michel Avannier "La rencontre"
10. The synthetic dream foundation w/ Hannah Fury "Trapeze"
11. MePhI "Crystal night"
12. Aonua "Spirit of the deep"
13. Fiona Joy Hawkins "Contemplating"
14. Samantha Bouquin "Tale for a sunken moon"
15. Scythelence "Transparent eyelids"
16. Enigma de Ultratumba "To my unrest"
17. Samanta Ray & Pete Ardron "Interuterion 3"

We got a hip hop project out that talks about hypnosis

 www.myspace.com/namasteezy should have a snippet...

A long version can be found here, both are just part of the commentary which comes with full length tracks.

The tracks and commentary cover many topics of interest, based on what I have seen posted in this group...

Support the Arts that heal with real culture.... and the hidden truths about the mind. And Nonmind.


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Hypnosis Books..

I recently got some hypnosis books at Barnes and Nobles and in them it has scripts to preform it for various reasons.. I was just wondering if it's a good idea to used the books to try it. I mean, I know it's always better to go see a trained professional but one of the books even comes with a CD of the author preforming the act in order to go see your Spirit Guides. So again, my question is.. Would it be okay to just use the tape and the books and try it out with one of my friends.. Or would the experience be better with a trained professional? Thank you.
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Tic Toc

The spiral spins as the watch goes tic toc. A touch of twilight zone inspiration helped bring it to life.

Spiral modeled in Cararra, rendering in Poser, and published in Flash.

hypnotic animation

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Hypnosis Resourse

If you haven't been there yet, I just wanted to make everyone aware of Scott Sandland's Hypnothoughts.com ... It's a very active and professional webspace for all hypnotists. My time is limited, so I don't frequent many forums regularly. This seems to be one of the best hypnosis resources out there. I'd highly recommend checking it out. I have nothing to do with the admin of the site, I just feel compelled to endorse it.

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Here's the Latest from Hypnoticon...
As I mentioned Last week, we have Keith Livingston of Hypnosis101 has officially joined us (http://www.hypnosis101.com ). Keith will be doing a Lecture for our Advanced Group on the first day of the convention entitled Advanced Covert Hypnosis:"Beyond Language Patterns" which I think you'll find extremely interesting. He's got more great stuff than we have room for on the schedule, So I've whittled it down to either "Hypnotic Language Mastery: The best of covert, NLP and Ericksonian language patterns." or his take on rapid inductions called ""Rapid & Instant Inductions" Shoot me an email ( david@hypnoticon.org ) and let me know what you'd like to see...

Keith has one of the best Hypnosis certification programs out there, and while I had him captive, I thought we'd take advantage of him. He'll be flying in early to teach his "International Hypnosis Association" Certification Course. It happens Wednesday and Thursday before the Hypnoticon. His normal certification course is $799. I told him that we had to lower the price for Hypnoticon, So he knocked $50 off. I told him that we do better, so he threw in his $250 home study course for FREE! I told him that if he could do even better, I'd take 50% off off the Hypnoticon admission. He called my bluff and is offering an additional $100 off for the first 7 people. If you've already registered for Hypnoticon, with an early bird special, I'll make it retroactively juicy, and send you half of your money back. That's as much as $600 in savings if you act right now! Plus you get to go to Hypnoticon for half off. You can apply that to any other Hypnoticon specials we have, so get over to http://Hypnoticon.org and check out the cool video Keith made for this week. If you're curious about Keith's work, have a look at the http://www.hypnosis101.com/tips.htm video or his awesome clips at: http://youtube.com/user/hypnosis101.

David Fontenot

Los Angeles October 10-12 2008
Atlanta January 30-February 1 2009
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This animation also includes a voice audio which in my opinion brings it all together.

Please click on the thumbnail to view the full animated version. It does contain audio so please turn on your sound or wear headphones for the full effect.

Consumer Deprogramming through mass hypnotic "anti-advertising?"

I have always considered the prevailing American penchant for acute consumerism to be derived from a secular, cult mentality of sorts. I also have long suspected, correctly, that a subtle but prolific form of mass hypnosis is at work in engineering this relatively young paradigm. After all, hypnosis is dependent upon the Laws of Repetition and Association, and these laws are part of the foundation of successful advertising. In addition, the masterminds of many of the most effective ads are familiar with suggestive language, NLP, and other tools of persuasion, or else they regularly consult those knowledgeable on the subject. Of note is the fact that many companies craftily create a "need" for their product before it is released, and it is man's nature to grow dependent upon the very inventions that formerly were not even a glimmer in his eye.

All of this considered, the question that I have been pondering lately is the feasibility of using the same tools on a large scale to "deprogram" Everyman's consumptive mind. Theoretically, if a cult member can be programmed with non-clinical forms of hypnosis, and can be deprogrammed by hypnotherapy, and if the desire for certain products and services is engineered in part by a form of mass hypnosis, then a contrary form of mass hypnosis should be able to be remove that desire, or at least diminish it. If someone were to invest the same amount of money or greater as is spent on advertising to consumers, on hypnotic "anti-advertising," I would predict a significant impact on sales of Prada handbags and iPhones, or whatever the target was. Of course, I am talking about more than simply badmouthing specific product. I am talking about subliminal messages that cut right to the heart of the desire to "keep up with the Joneses."