Dr. Laura De Giorgio
Dr. Laura De Giorgio, Ph.D.
01/09/1960 - 06/17/2015
Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist
Certified NLP Master Practitioner
Whether you're new to using the power of the mind or are simply curious to know a little bit about my background, I wanted to share few slices from my life, for the sake of inspiration.
I have an in-born fascination with the power of the mind, and I have experimented using the power of the mind even when I was very young. I was always inclined toward living from the inner worlds, from the world of imagination, either immersed in my own inner world, or engaged in experiment where I wanted to find out just to what extend can I influence people and events in my life using the power of my mind.
No one around me was into all that "metaphysical" stuff so I mostly kept my experiments to myself, except when someone seemed to be in trouble and I'd suggest he does this or that with his mind and finds out what happens. I didn't have any particular beliefs, I merely had an open and a curious mind. I was learning from my own experiences - and in the end that's the only way you can truly learn how to use the power of the mind.
I had lots of fun and all kinds of experiences that were way more amazing that what I could've even imagined, and eventually I began to seek books and training programs where I could learn more.
I experimented with all kinds of spiritual and esoteric traditions, just to find out what techniques I can learn and experiment with, what common threads do they share, what is similar and what is different, and finally what effects would they have.
I was practicing using the power of the mind on things I cared to experience and on things I didn't really care about, but was just curious to see what will happen. I was practicing at first on other kids in school and on my teachers.
By the time I was a teenager, a whole new world opened with all kinds of interesting subjects for testing the power of the mind. I could experiment on teachers, on boys, on getting the first job I decided to get at the Embassy of India (I always had an affinity for India), and hitch-hiking around Europe.
On occasion, my interest in unusual people and places got me into seriously challenging situations, and again I used the power of the mind to get out of those situations. Whenever I turned inward to the invisible power, I was always seemingly miraculously rescued within moments, which made me even more obsessed with learning all I can about this amazing power.
I didn't need to whip up any beliefs. When your life is hanging on a thin string, and you want to live and there is no person that can help you, you learn fast to surrender, to open yourself totally and completely to that power which knows no bounds and which is always available to you and you experience seeming miracles.
My passion for learning extended to all aspects of life. Having money in this world helps, so the first things I studied was economy. I got a job managing a small group of applied artists: architects, graphic designers and photographers.
I liked being surrounded by creative souls, so I got into studying advertising. After all, advertising has a lot in common with hypnosis - and they share many similar techniques for selling ideas whether to oneself or to others. I worked for a while in an advertising agency.
Then I got into studying psychology, NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) hypnosis and hypnotherapy.
I was partly interested in helping other people, and partly in enhancing my own spiritual experiences. I wanted to arm myself with as many techniques as I could because over time I have discovered that different techniques, different mind tricks can greatly cut down the time it takes to achieve desired results.
My life became a daily cycle of learning and experimenting with new techniques on myself and people around me (friends, family members and clients), and expanding consciousness through meditation and various esoteric techniques.
I have been using the power of the mind in every area of my life. For me, it is not something I do for 20 minutes a day, but a way of life, living consciously throughout the day, with awareness that every thought that goes through my mind creates a corresponding effect in my life.
Initially I was creating recordings with positive suggestions for myself, and in time I started to create them for my clients. As I'd learn new techniques, I'd create new versions of hypnosis recordings or would change the wording of recordings.
I enjoy receiving suggestions from my clients and customers on what they would prefer to have on different recordings, what they like and what they don't like so that I can incorporate their suggestions when I create upgrades.
So, when you get Deep Trance Now recordings, I'd love to hear from you. Feel free to share your thoughts and ideas, because I do create recordings to help people like you use the power of your mind in a way that brings you the results you desire in the fastest way possible.