Sports Hypnosis

by Charles Wm. Skillas, PhD, DD, BCH, CI, FNGH, MCCHt

I recently started a new class in Hypnotherapy for certification by the National Guild of Hypnotists (NGH) and advanced courses leading to a Doctor of Divinity (DD) in Spiritual Healing Arts. I am a certified instructor for the NGH and people I teach are certified by the NGH. A woman called to find out about the course and she was disappointed to hear that it did not specialize in Sports Hypnosis, as that is the area of her interest. We tried to talk to her about it, but she was adamant that she wanted to take a course in only Sports Hypnosis and was not interested in the kind of work, which I do and teach.

What in fact is so is that what I teach is the ultimate in Sports Hypnosis. My work clears the layers of consciousness of negative energy, which blocks the flow of life force energy to the cell communities of the body, and installs and supports negative programs on the subconscious hard drive. Standard Sports Hypnosis is really just reprogramming of the subconscious hard drive with positive affirmations related to sports. This is well and good, but unless the person is clear, the reprogramming does not take and no permanent change occurs. It is really useless to do reprogramming until the negative forcing functions within the subconscious are cleared … the new programs simply evaporate because the old programs causing the person's poor performance are still supported by the negative energy in the subconscious. Actually, the negative programs buried in the subconscious initially installed, and then support with energy, the bad programs on the hard drive.

The negative programs behind the poor sports performance come from negative forcing functions in the subconscious. These forcing functions distort the body's energy field and restrict the flow of life force (chi) energy to the cell communities of the body. How can you be good in sports if your chi force is restricted? The answer is that you cannot be at your best if you are blocked. Clearing the blocks to chi flow is actually more important than reprogramming the subconscious.

For instance if you have an earthbound spirit attached to you of someone who died from a debilitating illness … that illness energy is attached to you as well as the death energy of the earthbound spirit. Perhaps you were ill in a past life or died from a crushing illness … that trauma energy can come to you in this life from the past life. You might have a demon attached to you because people of the Light attract them and they try to destroy these Light people. This demon energy of destruction is constantly working to destroy your life. You might have a soul-mind fragment of some person attached to you that is full of negative energy or you may have an unresolved internal conflict, which you may not even be aware of. All of these things sap your energy and the attachments of foreign energies by themselves are parasites on your energy field. How can you be at your top form in a sport with all these negative energies sapping your strength and judgment? Reprogramming, which standard sports hypnosis only accomplishes, does nothing about restoring you to your top energetic form. My clearing work does.

Here is an example of what I am talking about: A young man in good health wanted to regain his facility in sports. He had been an excellent athlete and had achieved the pinnacle of his promise. All of a sudden he went into a terrible slump and the quality of his game diminished rapidly and greatly. By unblocking his chi through releasing his negative forcing functions, reprogramming his subconscious mind positively and repairing the damage to the cells of his body caused by the negative energy that had caused his chi blocks, his performance improved dramatically. The last time I saw him, about three years ago, he was still performing at the height of his capability.

So, if you want to be at your best in your sport … get cleared so that the life force is not blocked. Reprogramming, by itself, is not enough!


This article is intended for general informational purposes
and does not provide medical, psychological, or other professional advice.


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