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    Become a Certified Hypnotist for No Charge

    Good day everyone. Hypnosis.edu is currently running an offer that many here might be interested in. We'd like to thank you in advance for your consideration and look forward to your participation.
    The Hypnosis Motivation Institute's Foundations in Hypnotherapy Course (Volume 1) normally sells for $495.00 USD and is now offered at no charge!
    The Hypnosis Motivation Institute, America's first Nationally Accredited College of Hypnotherapy, is now offering to qualified applicants through Streaming Video the opportunity to study HMI's first level of training, HMI's Foundations Course and even achieve the first level of Certification "Certified Hypnotist" for absolutely no cost or obligation!
    Foundations in Hypnotherapy
    http://www.hypnosis.edu/distance/foundations/
    HMI was founded in 1968 by Dr. John Kappas. Dr. Kappas literally defined the profession of hypnotherapy in 1973, when he wrote and defined the profession of a "Hypnotherapist" in the Federal Dictionary of Occupational Titles. That definition remains in force and unchanged today.

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    Re: Become a Certified Hypnotist for No Charge

    Originally posted by pageoneresults
    Good day everyone. Hypnosis.edu is currently running an offer that many here might be interested in. We'd like to thank you in advance for your consideration and look forward to your participation.Foundations in Hypnotherapy
    http://www.hypnosis.edu/distance/foundations/
    How interesting. Where is the catch? ;)

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    No Catch...

    Where is the catch?
    There is no catch. HMI's hope would be that after taking the Foundations in Hypnotherapy Course, you'll want to further your training and take advantage of Advanced Courses and higher levels of certification. You may even find yourself moving to California and spending a year with HMI in Resident School. ;)

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    Re: No Catch...

    Originally posted by pageoneresults
    There is no catch. HMI's hope would be that after taking the Foundations in Hypnotherapy Course, you'll want to further your training and take advantage of Advanced Courses and higher levels of certification. You may even find yourself moving to California and spending a year with HMI in Resident School. ;)
    Sounds good. Thanks for the link! :)

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    Mental Bank Seminar

    HMI is aggressively pursuing streaming media and they've just released their Mental Bank Seminar (2006-05-15) in streaming video format (.wmv). This two hour streaming video is available to all visitors at no charge. View at your leisure. A high speed Internet connection is required.

    Mental Bank Seminar
    http://www.hypnosis.edu/streaming/mental-bank/

    Here's a message from George Kappas the Director of the Hypnosis Motivation Institute...
    Dear Friend,

    I am happy to be able to provide you this Mental Bank Seminar for no charge through streaming video.

    I hope that you enjoy it. I hope that you learn something new and that this seminar inspires you enough to purchase the Success is not an Accident book and Mental Bank Ledger so that you may try this remarkable program for yourself.

    P.S. If you enjoy the seminar, please do tell a friend!
    Mental Bank Seminar
    http://www.hypnosis.edu/streaming/mental-bank/

    Back to the original topic. Registrations for the HMI Foundations in Hypnotherapy Course No Charge Offer continue to exceed our initial expectations. You're welcome to join us and receive HMI's first level of training at absolutely no charge and no catch.

    Foundations in Hypnotherapy
    http://www.hypnosis.edu/distance/foundations/

    This exclusive no charge hypnosis training offer from HMI expires on or before July 01, 2006 and is available to the first 1,000 approved applicants.

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    Los Angeles Residents

    Good day everyone! We've had a few questions come in from people in the Los Angeles area (within 50 miles of the Hypnosis Motivation Institute) about local training courses available. I wanted to shed some light on what HMI offers for those who want to attend the college.

    HMI offers the same online course at it's college in Tarzana, California. The next course (no charge) starts on 20 June 2006, Tuesday, and runs for four consecutive weeks.
    The Hypnosis Motivation Institute, America's first Nationally Accredited College of Hypnotherapy is now offering a professional Hypnotist Certification course for absolutely no cost or obligation to qualified applicants.
    What You Will Learn in this Hypnosis 101 Course
    • Understand exactly what hypnosis is and how to trigger the hypnotic response.
    • Step-by-step instruction on how to hypnotize everyone.
    • How to test for "Emotional and Physical Suggestibility".
    • How to word hypnotic suggestions.
    • How to do shock and instantaneous inductions.
    • How to do group hypnosis.
    • How to do self-hypnosis.
    • Certificate of Completion.
    • Certification as "Hypnotist" awarded by the Hypnotherapists Union Local 472 AFL/CIO.
    Learn to Hypnotize for No Charge at HMI
    http://www.hypnosis.edu/resident/101/

    In regards to HMI's Become a Certified Hypnotist for No Charge offer, we continue to approve applications by the hour. Based on the current rate of approvals, we will most likely be ending the campaign before the 2006 July 01 cutoff date. We're going to reach our 1,000 applicants goal before then. If you've been thinking about joining, now would be the time to register and get started. :)

    Become a Certified Hypnotist for No Charge
    http://www.hypnosis.edu/distance/

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    Thanks for the info. Bit on the spam side though. ;)

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    Spam?

    Bit on the spam side though.
    In what way? How does offering free online courses equate to spam?

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    Relax. No. I was not talking about the course. Actually, I am interested in completing an online hypnotherapy course online. I appreciate your post.

    Then I viewed your institute. I was pleased. However, I feel that if one institution begins to post about their school, then this informative discussion board will be filled with ads. Mabye there should be a forum allocated for this.

    Just my humble and insiginificant opinion. Of course, you are welcomed to post as often as you wish. Welcome.

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    Thank you.

    I spent a considerable amount of time reviewing the forums and searching for a Terms of Service which I've still not located. ;)

    We've been a supporter of the DegreeInfo Forums for quite a while. The quality of the readership here is excellent and I was given the task of locating viable online resources for HMI and their online distance education programs.

    I'm sure that the Administrators and Moderators reviewed this post when I first posted it and that it passed muster. We're doing something that has not been done before in this particular segment and it's a great opportunity for the readers of DegreeInfo.

    P.S. I agree with you that an additional forum for these types of announcements might be in order. But, I do believe the current workload for the group managing the boards probably prevents that from happening.

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    "You further agree not to post advertisements, chain letters, pyramid schemes, solicitations, or posts made for the primary purpose of promoting any particular program for commercial or individual gain."

    http://www.degreeinfo.com/terms_policies.html

    "But, I do believe the current workload for the group managing the boards probably prevents that from happening."

    - That is why some of us are willing to lend a helping hand :)

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    Yikes!

    I couldn't find that TOS. Thank you for the link and I wish to personally express my apologies for violating those terms. If the forum moderators wish to remove this post, I'll fully understand.

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    raristud2 is offline Registered User
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    If I wanted to post about an affiliated program in a forum, I would register as a member, contribute for a while, then mention the particular accredited program. Blend in if you will. Treat it as a humane covert operation :D . Who knows. You may like to post as a non-affiliated individual and be one of us

    For example: If anyone is interested. Here is an online hypnotherapy course offered by so and so.

    Oh well. Enough rambling on my part. :p

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    I'm not sure I can see this as "advertising " or "spam". If Harvard University were to offer free online courses, we'd all want to know about it.

    One could argue that by putting Excelsior College in my signature that I;m advertising for Excelsior. hmmmmm

    I'm appreciative of the post by pageoneresults, but, I had already found that offer for a free course.

    Y'all know me -- if it's cheap or free, I wanna try it out. :D
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    raristud2 is offline Registered User
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    It could'nt hurt to know. It is good information. However, once a university employee or affiliate does it, many will start to advertise their programs, little certificates, pens, softwares and other adware. It becomes annoying after a while and lowers the quality of individual discussion of distance education . Well, thats up to the degreeinfo execs. If they allow it, I'll respect it.

    "Y'all know me -- if it's cheap or free, I wanna try it out"

    - me too

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    You want to know where to find the TOS (Terms Of Service) agreement? Okay! Well, back up a little bit. Click the Back button on the top left corner of this page. This should take you to a page called Distance Learning Discussions, which lists, with clickable links, the titles of the thirty-five most recent distance learning discussions here at degreeinfo.com. In the top left corner of the page, just above all those clickable thread titles are the names of the three moderators, Bruce, Chip, and DesElms. The moderators' names are clickable. So click on the name DesElms. This should take you to the eminent Mr. Gregg L. DesElms' profile page. In the top right portion of that page, there is a thing that says, "Click here to see all posts by this user." So, click on that. That should bring you to the first of many pages of clickable titles of Mr. DesElms' many thousands of posts. Randomly click on any of DesElms' post titles. When that brings you to a page showing a DesElms post, go to DesElms' signature line. In DesElms' very elongated signature line, you shall see many clickable links. One of those clickable links should say either "TOS Agreement" or maybe "Terms of Service Agreement." Click on that link and, once you've found said TOS Agreement, scroll down the thing and you shall eventually find the provision thereof referred to hereinabove.
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