Performance of hypnosis on stage has always been challenging. There are several people watching you all through during the performance and the perfection of the techniques is essential for the success of stage performance. The book ‘Ronning Guide to Modern Stage Hypnosis’ explains the things a hypnotist must know for performing in a stage. A hypnosis performer in the stage should have the attention of all the people in the stage. The absence of mind from the views or listeners cannot create the desired effect in the audience.
Ronning says in the book that it is the non listeners among the audience that causes problem that the listeners. The listeners will be more cooperative and you can easily use your hypnosis techniques on them but in the case of non listener this is a problem. Those people who do not attend to the hypnosis techniques cannot be hypnotized. The book explains successful methods to grab the attention of the audience.
This is the first thing to be attained for the success of stage hypnosis. In the modern period hypnosis is known to everyone and some people are experts in self hypnosis. You could have performed better in the old days since the tricks and techniques were not so familiar among people. The crowds now can easily anticipate the movements and actions af a regular performer. To get the attention and be successful in stage hypnosis you have to be more equipped. You have to learn the modern methods of hypnosis to perform well in the stage. ‘Ronning Guide to Modern Stage hypnosis is an excellent book that teaches you the most modern methods of hypnosis that most people are unaware of.
This book is a cooperative effort of the authors Geoffrey Ronning, Wendy Ronning, David Botsford , Frolic, Blaze Driscoll, Richard Cole, Terry Davolt, Chris Morrison, Michael Thomas, Clarke Tuitele. The quality of the book explains the need for such number of authors. There is no book out there on the modern hypnosis techniques and so it really worth a reading.