About Steven

A Brief Summary of Steven & His Work

OldPain2Go Creator Steven Blake

I have had a very varied life, from leaving school with no qualifications to gaining a Masters degree at the age of 44. A year later I won a National Training Award for individual achievement. Whilst school wasn't great for me I have spent all the rest of my life studying, looking for how to make things better. In 2011 I finally managed to fulfil a lifelong ambition and trained as a Hypnotherapist and became an NLP Master Practitioner. I learned a technique to remove pain and ended 40 years of my own suffering of severe back problems and have been pain-free ever since.  Life is so much better without pain and so I went on to develop a simple and effective technique and methodology to help others get themselves out of pain, I ran FREE pain clinics and developed my skills and technique. In November 2015 I trained the first 5 Practitioners in OldPain2Go®. To date (Sept 2019) I have over 1,060 Practitioners that have arrived without any paid marketing push. OldPain2Go is now worldwide. My mission is to help as many people as possible in the world out of pain - and we have certainly made a great start. So you are welcome here, How can I help you contribute to that?

Interview by Jason Linett

Jason Linett Interviews Steven Blake about OldPain2Go

I had the great privilege to be Interviewed by Jason Linett for his range of podcasts. Please listen Here.

Interview Contents

  • Steven’s hypnotic journey
  • Specific hypnotic themes that stuck with him from childhood through adulthood
  • Types of pain he deals with in his clients
  • The significance of observing the little clues from his patients
  • Why he doesn’t use big and technical words when he trains people
  • Why status quo is not a great place to be
  • Two aspects of the mind and their jobs
  • What the concept #BrainBargaining is about
  • Why you need to break the old pain to recognise new ones
  • How to enter your client’s unconscious
  • How to present hypnosis to others
  • The importance of pre-talk in client sessions
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