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Vincent Hurner chats about his vast knowledge on hypnosis and systema

Peeling It Back

Release Date: 08/20/2019

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Summary:

In this episode, Eddy chats with Vincent Hurner. Vince’s activities revolve around passion, desire to learn and share, and exploring life. He teaches Systema, a Russian martial art, and hypnosis. Today, he graces the show by sharing his journey to learning and practicing hypnosis and Systema, and how these two influenced his life and the work that he does today.

 

Time Stamped Show Notes:

  • 00:02 – Eddy introduces Vincent to the show
  • 01:19 – Vince shares his first encounter with hypnosis
    • Influenced by the book, Auto-hypnose : Un manuel pour votre cerveau by Kevin Finel
    • Fact: Vince didn’t want to read the book at first
    • On the third time his friend was convincing him to read the book, Kevin Finel, the author, walked in at the restaurant they were eating at
    • The second thing that struck Vince was the quotes inside the book were from books he already read
  • 04:30 – The coincidence of meeting the author was what pushed Vince to follow the course
    • The book initially triggered Vince’s curiosity in what the human brain can do
  • 07:05 – “Self hypnosis is like learning martial arts — it’s hard to learn it from a book”
    • Learning requires patience and hard work
  • 08:35 – Vince was working in criminology before he started to study self-hypnosis
    • Working with his own emotions was a big step
  • 10:07 – Vince talks about the 4-week course he took on hypnosis
  • 12:42 – For Vince, hypnosis is a set of tools and techniques that helps someone to create the right framework to explore the realms of reality
    • “Everything is based on our subjectivity”
    • It’s hard to know hypnosis without exploring it
  • 16:16 – Hypnosis is a common thing; Kids, most of the time, are in a sort of state of hypnosis
    • Hypnosis is either winning or losing
    • The power of belief
    • Fact: Our subconscious wants to help us
  • 22:59 – With hypnosis, you can open the possibilities of learning from mimicking
  • 27:13 – Our brain is hard-wired on things that could potentially go bad
    • That’s how we survive as a species
    • “Fear is rational”
  • 34:56 – Hypnose has helped Vince to feel more relaxed in general
    • Vince describes hypnosis as a “very practical thing”
    • “Everything is subjective...what’s important is the way we deal with what happens to us”
  • 39:51 – Vince talks about how people taking hypnosis classes later realize how much an individual manipulates himself
    • The biggest manipulator of all — your brain
    • If you believe you can or can’t do something, you’re right
  • 46:24 – “Nothing is a problem unless it is being lived as a problem for a person”
    • A problem can be a driving force for a person
  • 48:24 – Hypnosis is not changing anything, it’s just creating the condition in which a person can change himself
    • There’s a difference between hypnosis and therapy
  • 52:53 – Vince shares his martial arts journey
    • 3 things that martial arts taught Vince:
      • Nothing comes off easy
      • The value of practicing hard
      • Learning dedication for the arts
    • Every martial art is a culture
  • 58:00 – Systema opened the way for hypnosis in Vince’s life
    • Systema is an internal art
    • The movement you have to do in Systema is yours, it’s not taught
  • 01:06:15 – Once you start to open up and feel life again, life starts to open up too
    • Vince just got back from Russia, learning with his friend
    • He realized that Systema, like hypnosis, is something that you really have to “feel”
    • “There’s so much more than just fighting”
  • 01:13:41 – An interesting point to raise: there is a connection and difference between trauma stored in the body and in the mind
    • To keep everything general, things do not go away per se
  • Contact Eddy at Peeling It Back or on Facebook and Instagram

 

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