On May 10 I’ll be on stage at the Two River Theater as a featured speaker in TEDx Navesink. I’m very excited to be bringing a new idea worth spreading: Music is Hypnotic.
Since I first got the idea a few years ago, I’ve been experimenting with compositions and arrangements and instrumentation, and crafting some new hypnotic verbal suggestions. It’s a bit like songwriting, but with a different goal. My music and “lyrics” are designed to facilitate trance. The music is designed using principles of Hypnosis and the Power of Suggestion. My exploration of this subject has been fascinating, and well, mesmerizing. Each day in the studio passes quickly, with little effort and my concentration and focus have increased as a result of playing and listening and experiencing this new genre that I call Hyp+Note=Therapy.
I’ve been a musician most of my Life, and a hypnotist for years, now I get to combine the two. As I began working on this project, I asked some prominent hypnotists if they had ever heard of such a thing. According to what they told me, this is an original idea and has never been done before.
TEDx Navesink is a top-notch organization, and the team is providing the best of everything, including the technology and venue. I am so pleased and impressed with everyone I’ve been working with over the past few months—there has been dedication at every level. These people are among the brightest collaborators I’ve ever worked with in my career.
See you there? I sure hope so! If you weren’t able to score a ticket earlier, not to worry, I will keep you posted when the video appears later this year on www.TEDxNavesink.com. You can also find this outstanding entity on Facebook, just click here.