Last Saturday I went to a hypnosis class. I have been thinking about becoming a certified hypnotist for some time now. Ever since I took my psychology courses in school, I have wanted to be able to poke around in the psyches of other people. I have a knack for finding out what makes people act the way they do. Hypnosis can not only be fascinating for the hypnotist, however it can help a patient to find out what it is at the root of their paranoia. It seems that most laypeople think that hypnotism is some kind of dark art. In reality, hypnotism is nothing more than allowing the patient to relax enough to be able to poke around into their own mind plus find solutions to their own problems. Unfortunately, the operative word is relax. If the person is unable to become sufficiently calm and relaxed, they can’t respond to the gentle persuasion of the hypnotist when the hypnotist tells them to release the memories. The room the trainer rented for the class was definitely not conducive to relaxation. It was so freezing in the room that no one could concentrate. One gentleman got up to see if he could raise the temperature setting on the thermostat, however he couldn’t because there was a lockbox on the thermostat. Every one of us asked the trainer if he could turn up the thermostat, plus he told us they needed to reach out to the Heating plus Air Conditioning corporation. He said every person had complained about the lack of heating in the room – in all the classes. I’m sure no 1 was able to be hypnotized in that arctic environment.