Welcome KLRN Supporters!
We are pleased to make our Bronze and Silver Peak Performance Mentoring programs available to KLRN viewers as part of the 2015 auction.
Our Bronze program provides you with up to 3 personal mentoring sessions toward one goal such as lowering golf scores or increasing performance on tests. These sessions take place at your location at your convenience within the San Antonio metro area. Outside the San Antonio area the sessions can be conducted remotely via Skype. The sessions must be started by September 30, 2015 and completed by December 31, 2015.
Our Silver program is intended for the person that wants to achieve greater, more far reaching, results and provides you with up to 0 personal mentoring sessions toward one goal such as lowering golf scores or increasing performance on tests. These sessions take place at your location at your convenience within the San Antonio metro area. Outside the San Antonio area the sessions can be conducted remotely via Skype. The sessions must be started by September 30, 2015 and completed by March 31, 2016.
Should you desire a more comprehensive mentoring program you can apply the value of the Bronze Package to upgrade to our Silver or Gold Packages. A portion of the upgrade will be donated back to KLRN.
Achieve Peak Performance with our Peak Performance Mentoring Programs!
Whether it is in business, athletics, performing arts or life, you can easily achieve peak performance in those areas that are most important to you:
Athletics or Performing Arts
Hypnosis in the sports world isn’t new, it’s been recorded in use since the 50’s. Sometimes under the name of Guided Imagery which is essentially hypnosis lite. In fact it is a common tool used by hypno-mentors around the globe, often in the form of positive visualizations.
Hypnosis is widely used by many well known athletes…
Mary Lou Retton (gymnast) – used hypnosis to block pain in her foot and won an Olympic Gold Medal
Tiger Woods (golfer) – started using hypnosis at age 13 to help him to block out distractions and focus on the golf course
Jack Nicklaus (golfer) – Elite top champion used hypnosis to improve his golf, for better eye, ball, mind coordination
Shaquille O’Neal (basketball) – Excellent basketball player used hypnosis with the Los Angeles Lakers with Kobe Bryant for better aim energy and skill
Michael Jordan (basketball) – Probably the best basketball player of all time. He used hypnosis in his team the Chicago Bulls
Rod Carew (baseball) – This baseball player used hypnosis to make him one of the best players ever. He was able to visualize
Bill Buckner (baseball) – World famous top pro baseball player with many titles and credits used hypnosis to win
Jimmy Connors (tennis) – Jimmy took advantage of the power of hypnosis and won 148 titles and 8 grand slams
Andre Agassi (tennis) – The famous tennis player used hypnosis to win 17 gold masters. Energy, control, focus, strength and power all harnessed with the power of his mind.
Sylvester Stallone (actor) – worked with a hypnotist while filming Rocky in 1975.Jimmy Connors (tennis pro) – Uses hypnosis techniques to practice his winning serve and tennis strokes prior to important tournaments
You might have a coach for your favorite activity that trains you physically; technique, form and all sorts of other physical aspects of that activity. But do you have a mental coach or mentor? That person who helps you overcome the mental hurdles, who helps you get into the right mindset when it’s time to focus?
● perform perfect practice/rehearsal, perfect specific techniques,
● properly Visualize yourself performing perfectly,
● increase focus and concentration,
● increase memory
● eliminate mental errors, nerves and butterflies, overcome fear,
● always be at the right stress levels for optimum performance,
● fine tune physical skills, acquire the skills of a “role model”,
● develop your abilities faster,
● undo past negative programming
● manage pain and rehabilitate faster,
● always perform at your best!
Albert Einstein (1879-1955) physicist – was known to have his hypnosis sessions every afternoon. His theory of relativity came to him during one of these sessions. He also used trance states to develop his ideas.
In “Hypnotherapy and test anxiety: Two cognitive-behavioral constructs. The effects of hypnosis in reducing test anxiety and improving academic achievement in college students” M. Sapp evaluated the effects of hypnosis in improving academic performance and decreasing test anxiety. The hypnosis group reported a significant reduction in test anxiety and improvement in academic achievement.
Our Success in Learning Program will:
● increase focus and concentration
● improve memory and recall
● increase test scores
● eliminate mental errors, nerves and butterflies, overcome fear of testing
● always be at the right stress levels for optimum performance
● undo past negative programming
Develop key skills to improve performance or enhance your career path.
● increase rapport with others
● learn to develop instant rapport
● learn to influence, not sell
● always be properly motivated
● influence others and be heard
● change how others view you
● organize and present your ideas
● acquire specific skills of a role model
● perform presentations for clients or peers without fear
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● overcome fears
● eliminate or reduce stress
● stop problems sleeping
● release effects of trauma or anger
● manage chronic pain or illness
● maintain emotional well-being and happiness
● age-proof your mind
Mozart (1756-91) apparently composed the famous opera “Cosi fan tutte” while hypnotized.
ALord Tennyson Alfred (1809-92) wrote complete poems while hypnotized.
Rachmaninov (1873-1943) reputedly composed one of his concertos following a post-hypnotic suggestion.
Fear stifles creativity – Sometimes the fear preventing your true inner artistic vision from being manifested is due to a type of perfectionism. It can be scary trying to compete with the perfection of nature and that feeling that ‘if it’s not perfect then it’s useless’ can stop you fulfilling your potential as an artist. Of course some self criticism can be a good thing because it can drive you to continually improve, but too much is self destructive.
Artistic inspiration comes from a relaxed, open mind – Artistically, you need inspiration and clear focus to produce great fruits from your art. To be inspired and to have clear vision and focus when you paint or draw, your mind needs to be just right. In fact artistically you need to be in a kind of hypnotic trance to really be the artist you can be.
The every day ‘you’ needs to stand aside to produce great art. You need to stand aside and let the art move through you. You need to be a medium or conduit for the artistic impulse and creativity, and to do that you need to be in the right kind of trance state.
‘Painting is stronger than me, it makes me do its bidding’. Picasso
When you find problems being as artistic as you know you can be it’s almost always because the conscious mind has started getting in the way. Trust your intuition more, knowing when enough is enough and a work is complete is so often a feeling rather than a conscious logical and rational thought.
Our Artistic Expression Program will help you to:
● access your inner artist, your creative self
● bring emotion into your work
● express yourself more fluidly through your art
● fine tune your technique and free yourself to develop your own style