Have you ever wondered … “Have I been here before? “

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 Have you ever wondered … “Have I been here before? “

Does this sound familiar?  You meet someone for the very first time, yet you feel as though you know them from somewhere? You just can’t pinpoint how you know them, but you just can’t shake the feeling that the two of you are somehow connected.  Most of us have experienced this sense of déjà vu in our lives.  Having lived a past life is, perhaps something that you may have thought about but dismissed.  Sometimes these experiences are so powerful it is difficult to come to any other conclusion, other than I must have lived in another time.

Those of us who have done work and explored our past lives share this guidance:  when you encounter this situation, trust this feeling.  It is important that you trust your gut. This person is coming into your life again for a reason. Usually, when someone visits you from a past life, it means that you have some sort of unfinished business.

Let’s consider 8 Signs that you have met a person from a past life or have experienced a past life:

1 – Instant Rapport – You start talking and the next thing you realize, hours have past and it as though you are catching up with someone you hadn’t spoken to in a while.  You have a feeling of ease, comfort and peacefulness in their presence.

2 – Intense Immediate Dislike –  You experience a strong or visceral dislike, even though you are meeting this person for the first time.  There is just a gut feeling that screams out and for which you have no other reasonable explanation.  These people will continue to cross your path in future lives until you both resolve the issues between you.

3 – Experience a Short, But Intense Relationship –  Have you ever had a relationship with someone that was short-lived, perhaps months or weeks long, but extremely intense.  These are frequently events that resolve issues for both of you from a past life.  It is an event that brings closure, even though it may be painful.

4 – You Recognize Their Eyes – Just think back to a time when you met someone and you recognize their eyes.  It is something that is common with true soulmates and often reflects a past life connection.

5 – You Share a Telepathic Connection –  Perhaps there is someone in your life that you each know what the other is going to say before they say it.   Those who have experienced past lives together frequently have deeper connections than those we encounter for the first time.  It is as if we can read each other like a book.

6 – Someone is Helping you for No Apparent Reason –  Have you ever encountered someone in your life who gives you something you desperately need, emotional or physical, at the very moment you need it, without them having any expectation of repayment?   This is often them repaying you in this life for something you gave them in a previous one.

7- Is this Person Helping You to Learn Something About Yourself?  – Has someone come into your present life that is challenging you to grow.  This challenge can be either positive or negative, but the more challenging, the greater the likelihood that it is something from multiple past lives with this person.

8 – A Feeling of Déjà Vu – Are you experiencing a situation with this person that has or appears to have happened to you before? Is history repeating itself, but with different people?  This repeating of a past experience with a different person, is an indication of a lesson from a previous life that you have yet to master.  The new person who has come into your present life in this repeated situation is a “new teacher”.   Once you have learned this lesson, the person may leave your life or change the nature of the relationship with them.  However, you will find that you no longer experience this recurring situation.

There are many more examples that I can share with you, but I know you are aware of them because you are reading this blog.  If you want more information, or want to be part of one of my future, limited engagement, small group Past Life Exploration Workshops, be sure to share this with your friends and join my mailing list below.  I won’t fill your mailbox with spam, and I surely won’t share your information with anyone else.

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Improving Sleep with Hypnosis

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Improving Sleep with Hypnosis


Over the years, I have had many people come to me because of non-biologically based sleep issues.  Some of these issues are related to Post Traumatic Stress (PTS).  Some are related to work; some are related to relationship challenges; some are because of diet.    And others present with no consciously apparent cause.

For those clients who present with a specific issue such as trauma or stress, our work to clear and address these issues is frequently all that is needed to help them once again enjoy life and resolve the challenges that have created the negativity that has been controlling their lives.  In the case of those that are unable to specifically pinpoint a cause or causes, I work with them to clear those less than positive experiences that the subconscious mind is focusing on and which is playing out as a negative loop when they are trying to sleep.

It is the negative loop that needs to be broken in order for the client to move forward and experience success.  Hypnosis, unlike prescription medications, which have significant and often dangerous side-effects, including addiction and abuse, improves feelings of general well-being, peace and calm.  As with many other presenting complaints, clients seeking to deal with sleep deprivation or insomnia, find that hypnosis empowers them to take back control of their lives.  It is this empowerment, along with the immediately recognizable phenomena, that creates a new, positive resource state that the client can use in all aspects of their lives.

The use of hypnosis as a means of resolving a host of issues dates back more than 4000 years to the Egyptians.  There are many documented instances of the presences of sleep chambers or sleep temples that utilized trance states. [i]   The process used by the Egyptians is well documented through hieroglyphics.  Other later civilizations, including the Romans and Chinese, also utilized hypnosis for resolving and treating many maladies or to reach enhanced states of awareness.

One of the more interesting phenomena that I have recently noticed is an uptick in the number of new clients who are seeking help to resolve sleep issues.  The majority of these clients are reporting increased levels of stress resulting from demands at work, in relationships, as well as feeling uneasy about the world around them.  Most of these people are tethered to their computers, tablets and smart-phones, leaving them no ability to shutoff the constant bombardment of information and stimulation.   They report less satisfying or no intimacy with others.  They seek activities that will help them escape, only to discover these don’t work.  Hypnosis, however, provides these people with the tool they seek to finally close off the “noise” of the outside world and get the sleep and relief they are searching for.

While I am able to address a broad range of concerns in my individual or group hypnosis sessions with clients, I also get inquiries from people who want to see what hypnosis feels like without having to come to my office.  Through these recordings, individuals get some of the benefits they are seeking and often provides them with a positive hypnosis experience.  This positive experience with the specially developed recordings, eventually leads many of them to contact me and move forward with a more comprehensive hypnosis session.  If you, or someone you care about, suffers from insomnia or other sleep related issues, and are not yet ready to make an appointment to see me, consider purchasing a no-risk recording to improve your sleep.  This link will take you directly to my secure store-front where you can quickly and easily download your recording and start sleeping better tonight for just $8.99. Buy Now - Sleep Tonight


[i] Chokroverty, S., & Billiard, M. (2015). Sleep medicine: a comprehensive guide to its development, clinical milestones, and advances in treatment. New York: Springer. (Sleep in Ancient Egypt, Tarek Asaad)

Ever Wanted to Become A Stage Hypnotist?

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Often times audience members ask me about how I became a successful stage hypnotist.  Well, I want to share this with you.  My good friend Richard Barker is putting on an amazing Stage Hypnosis Training opportunity in Florida March 31-April 2. He is taking you inside a college show and is one of the best in the business.

During this intensive three day class he will teach you the basics through to advanced level of hypnosis. In fact you will be taught everything you need to get on stage and launch your career successfully. He makes a six figure income from stage shows and you can too. This class is a step-by-step (walk-you-by-the-hand) bootcamp, that is guaranteed to get you where you need to go. By the time you’re done, you’ll be making more money than ever before, vying for the dominant position in your area.

If you want to get into the College or Fair industry then this is a prime opportunity like NO OTHER. Don’t worry if you cannot physically attend the training either, he has a virtual pass where you can get access to all the training videos immediately on completion of the course. You can therefore watch all the lessons from home if you cannot get to Orlando. Click here for more details https://hypnomarc–hypnosis.thrivecart.com/hsa-platinum/highly recommended



Hypnosis to Overcome Anxiety, Fear, Sadness, Guilt + More PERMANENTLY

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Has anxiety, fear, shame, guilt or depression taken control of your life? What if I could show you a method that empowers you to take back control and feel great, maybe for the first time? You see, you are not alone.  Many of us experience horrible things at some point in our lives.  This is especially true when we are young and don’t have the tools to process or deal with the experience in a healthy or proper manner.
The result is that emotions and memories get placed into the subconscious mind as programs which constantly feed our emotional responses and information and feelings day to day even into our adult lives.  However, it is remembered as we experienced it and most importantly, at the maturity level or age it was experienced at.  Many times, these experiences are the result of repressed trauma from younger years. As adults, we can experience depression, fear or  anxiety and not know why.  Situations arise and you begin to get this overwhelming feeling, but have no understanding as to why.  You have no conscious awareness of the root cause of the feeling.  All of these feelings – fear, guilt, anxiety, depression, or other feelings of unease are symptoms of repressed memories.
The unrecalled events and traumas, or past emotional experiences resides in our subconscious mind.  Very often, we are unaware of them or may have forgotten them.  Yet, in our daily lives, the feelings that were associated with the experiences or traumas, come to the surface causing us to feel anxious, fearful or depressed.  Many seek traditional treatment and are often prescribed medications or traditional psycho-therapies that rarely, if ever get to the heart of the problem.
As a trained clinical hypnotist, I help my clients unwind the entanglement of emotions that often create negative spiral loops.  Hypnosis is beneficial for several reasons.  First, it allows you the opportunity to return to the trauma or causative event in a safe and controlled setting.  In this setting, you are able to face the experience as an adult.  An adult has the life experiences and emotional tools that the child lacked to process the experience.   Through hypnosis, the subconscious mind can release and rewrite the experience that is the underlying cause of the unease.  A second benefit that clients receive is the feeling of complete relaxation.

Through hypnosis, the mind and body come to a place where they are not fighting each other.  Additionally, I teach my clients how to use mindfulness meditation and self-hypnosis to improve all areas of their lives. This is particularly useful when we realize that the subconscious mind’s dominant thoughts control our behaviors.  If we are labeled depressed, anxious, or fearful, we generally tend to act in that way because it is the belief system of the subconscious.  When that label is replaced with positive feelings and emotions, we adopted through hypnosis and resolution of the traumatic event, our feelings change.  Simply put, emotions control thinking, thinking controls behavior, behavior controls your destiny.

Painful past experiences shape the emotional memory (in the subconscious mind).  When, through hypnosis, you resolve the pain, you are finally able to move forward.  You are no longer carrying that hidden anchor that is holding you back from achieving your fullest potential.

Let’s explore your potential and see how empowered you will become.  Let’s melt away the fear, trauma, stress and negative experiences that you subconsciously focus on and that are keeping you stuck.

Marc Marshall, CH CHMI