Gabriel Kerekes is a friend, a coach, an educator and a fascinating individual. From Jazz busking on the streets of New Orleans to living in Toronto and helping to operate an online school for Hypnosis, he’s got a wide array of experiences and tools that are extremely empowering for all of us. He really helped me understand that hypnosis at its root is simply communication, and it’s a way to communicate with more effectiveness and tact depending on your goal and intentions, be it to make a sale or to find a partner.


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Bio: Gabriel Kerekes is one of the most skilled and active trainers in the field of Conversational Hypnosis. He is a trainer of Conversational Hypnotherapy and maintains the standards of the International Association of Professional Conversational Hypnotists (IAPCH). Gabriel became a very serious student of Conversational Hypnosis, Hypnotherapy, Ericksonian Hypnotherapy, Social Dynamics by attending extensive seminars and training across the globe, and joining an exclusive rank of Trainers at the Hypnosis Training Academy. He has done work in over 15 countries and has students and clientele all across the globe. Gabriel has become a top flight mentor and expert in the field of hypnosis is on the International Board of Hypnosis Examiners and is helping to pioneer a 2.5-year Hypnotherapy University Program which went live in January 2016.



“Stop asking why you feel bad, stop asking why your life sucks, stop asking why people treat you badly, stop asking why this relationship isn’t working, because all you’re going to get are all the reasons why you suck.”




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Things Mentioned in This Episode:


Camp Katrina Busker’s Bunkhouse (Ms.Pearle’s Place)

Igor Ledochowski – YouTube

IAPCH – Professional Conversational Hypnotists

The Law of Reverse Effect

Yes Ladders – Sales Techniques

Values Questionnaire – Dr. Demartini

5 Love Languages

Milton Erickson

Martin Seligman – Founder of Positive Psychology