Not Good Enough… and Other Lies Your Brain Tells You! with Randy Hampton & Beverly Craddock
March 22 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm HSTFree
Are you constantly playing the soundtrack of your childhood over and over? Why do our past messages hold us back and why do they keep repeating? Find out about how the brain creates lies and learn some right now tips to change the unwanted patterns of the past. From smoking and addiction to the challenges of anxiety and depression, Master Hypnotists Randy Hampton and Beverly Craddock will explain the brain in a way that helps you blow up the bad messages and create something better.
NOTE: This is a free event for the public.
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My passion has always been helping others and self-improvement. I learned about the power of the mind when I first used hypnosis to achieve healthy lifestyle choices after spending years yo-yo dieting. Hypnosis has helped me personally overcome a co-dependent relationship with an alcoholic spouse which led to unlocking the formula to finding my true love’s match. After surviving a divorce, single parenting and family grief and loss, I was able to use those experiences to build a second chance at life filled with love, hope and opportunity.
All of the knowledge, training and skills in my life have helped me become an excellent hypnotist but it is my faith that led me on the discovery of the power of hypnosis. My knowledge and experience combine with my strong intuition and create a uniquely transformative experience for each client.
In addition to a bachelor’s degree in Communications from Colorado State University and my Master’s degree from Colorado Christian University, I’m an Advanced Master Hypnotist, Certified Weight Loss Specialist and a Smoking Cessation Specialist.
“Because I’ve faced the challenges that many women face, I’m passionate about helping my clients overcome the past, unlock potential and achieve inner success.”
I became interested in hypnosis and the power of the subconscious mind when I maneuvered through a stressful career transition with the help of hypnosis in the late 1990s. I also used hypnosis to quit smoking in 2004. Amazed by the power of the mind, I started reading the works of Dale Carnegie, Tony Robbins and Napoleon Hill and putting their theories to work as a spokesman, public speaker, writer, and non-profit consultant.
I’ve been blessed to have my work featured in the New York Times, Denver Post and Aspen Daily News. I’ve appeared on Good Morning America and in the Wall Street Journal and I’ve been interviewed by numerous television and radio outlets. I hold a bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences and my master’s work was in the field of Human Dimensions – the study of how a person’s environment shapes their thoughts and beliefs.
I enjoy the tougher cases. I’m challenged and fascinated by the clients who say, “I’ve tried everything and you’re my last hope.” I’ve helped many people kick the smoking habit for good as well as helping people who are wrestling with drug and alcohol issues in their lives. I’m certified in sports performance hypnosis and, as a former athlete, I really enjoy working with everyone from weekend golfers and student athletes to the professional athletes who have found help at Hawaii Hypnosis Center. I love speaking to groups around the world and so I specialize in helping other people overcome their own fears of public speaking.
“Every client is just one small piece of knowledge or hope away from becoming the most amazing person they can be in life.”