Self-hypnosis with the Simpson Protocol: quick creative and effective

All hypnosis is self-hypnosis, as it requires active engagement by being open to the experience and let the transformation happen.

Learning to do self-hypnosis with the Simpson Protocol (SP) means acquiring the ability to reach a deep state of hypnosis rapidly and easily and gain trust into the Superconscious to do the work with the best results for our needs and wishes.

The Superconscious

The Superconscious, or inner/higher mind, is like a force within ourselves that can help and bring about the changes we want in our life in the most appropriate way for us. Sometimes this happens rapidly, sometimes gradually, but it is always for the best. The key is to stay curious, open-minded and learn to trust the process.

As confidence in the self-hypnosis process strengthens, practitioners can start directly communicating with the Superconscious Mind and make the process interactive, fun and enriching. There is no need to completely clear your mind, no need to let a suggestion “float”, no need to spend a long time in a meditative state, unless that’s what you are looking for, and the results can be very significant.

You can learn to practice and communicate with the Superconscious with closed or open eyes, sitting still or while moving. It is a versatile process and it is accessible with or without previous experiences in hypnosis.

Applications of self-hypnosis

The applications are multiple, from everyday concerns to more significant health-related challenges such as self-confidence issues, anxiety, pain management, tinnitus, sleep, chemotherapy side effects and more. It is often a wonder to observe the diverse and creative ways people develop to put self-hypnosis to work, incorporating sometimes different other tools they may have learned previously, like Reiki, Silva method techniques or other approaches.


Real stories can demonstrate the potential and variety of applications, here are some examples: a teacher used self-hypnosis to desensitise himself to clean up after a student threw up in class and did the cleaning without feeling any discomfort, numb to the smell.

Another story involves an advanced cancer patient who learned to work with self-hypnosis in a few sessions. She could manage anxiety, sleep, pain issues and chemotherapy side effects and was amazed at how well it worked.

Another is about a client on a very rough airplane fight, that decides to put herself in hypnosis to release anxiety and feel at ease. Or many others.

Learning and practicing self-hypnosis with SP is a journey worth taking and an investment for life. It is accessible, enjoyable and empowers you to create your own transformative path.

How to learn self-hypnosis with the Simpson Protocol

There are two ways to learn self-hypnosis with SP: group workshops or private sessions.

Several online or in-person workshops are available worldwide to learn and practice self-hypnosis with SP in 3 to 4 hours.

After a brief introduction, the trainer guides the group into hypnosis following the SP process and installs three keywords. With these words, participants start practicing different ways to go into a state of hypnosis, either guided by the trainer or on their own. This helps them gain confidence and starts integrating the process.

In just a few hours, through group hypnosis, practical exercises and shared experiences, participants gain the tools needed to make positive changes in their life.

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For people who prefer private sessions with SP, the three keywords will be given at the first appointment, with a short practice at the end. This might be enough to learn to do self-hypnosis and additional practice can be integrated in later sessions based on individual needs and preferences.

Afterward it is a matter of motivation and personal practice!