Professional background, in a nutshell
My name is Irina Furin. I have studied two main branches of hypnosis: traditional hypnosis, which is mainly based on suggestions, and transforming hypnosis.
I first saw John in a video, where he demonstrates anesthesia with self-hypnosis for his abdominal surgery. I was shocked, impressed and speechless at the same time. I could hardly believe my eyes. Now I know that the mind is capable of ‘miracles’. The only limit is our limited ideas. Later, when I got to know John in person I became convinced that he is really a truly exceptional person.
I also owe a lot to my two other teachers, Attila Balázs, and Tamás Péter. Both of them helped me incredibly much.
A have the Certificates of the Hypnotherapy Training International in
- Hypnosis: the Basics
- Transformational Hypnosis
- Advanced Analytical Hypnotherapy
- Medical Hypnotherapy
I also have the
- Certification of Hypnotherapy
- Diploma of Hypnotherapy
of the Americal School of Hypnosis.
I studied traditional hypnosis from János Jankai.
But my greatest teacher is the INNER MIND, both my own and that of my clients. In the trance state it opens us to our marvellous inner treasures.
Why do I do this?
Transforming hypnotherapy and self-hypnosis changed my life so deeply and in so many positive ways that it literally set me free of my old, limiting self. It is, of course, still an ongoing process, as I expand my consciousness to always larger and wider parts of my inner self, but if anything was worth the effort, money and time to learn, then definitely THIS WAS IT!
Being a hypnotist, I still practice self-hypnosis on a daily basis. It has become an invaluable source of inspiration, guidance and learning, and over the past years I developed several techniques to help my clients reach the same results or even greater.
I realized, and I experience it day by day, that our inner consciousness has all the power, wisdom and confidence we seem to lack in our daily life, the source is not that hard to reach, and it comes willingly if we call it.
That’s why, after helping my clients to solve some emotional issues they didn’t seem to be able to cope with on their own, I encourage them to learn self-hypnosis, learn the workings of the inner mind and become their own masters.
As a helper, I’m deeply moved and inspired every time I see a person get rid of his/her limiting energies and suddenly awaken to the freedom that comes to them as a gulp of fresh air. It’s a wonderful feeling.
I work, so that they realize that they don’t need me anymore, because they can continue on their own.
This is why I created Free-new-you.com, and the courses: to guide people back to their INNER SOURCE. To help them free themselves.
How Did I End Up With Hypnosis?
Psychology and Its Current Limits
Since my childhood I was always looking for answers and explanations to the phenomena that I experienced and which, I knew, directed and determined my life.
Therefore, quite naturally, first I threw myself into psychology. It had become such a serious passion that I even played with the idea of getting a diploma in it, along my other university degrees. But slowly I got to the realization that psychology was unable to give a full explanation of my experience. It became clear that I needed to go into a different direction. I came to a very important truth: we don’t get to the roots of our problems, if we don’t dig deeper than the layers of ‘normal’, limited consciousness. The intellect, no matter how polished, cannot give the solution, because it is part of the problem.
Philosophy and Spiritualism
Then, quite predictably, I turned my attention to esoteric and spiritual teachings. I also eagerly searched for answers in philosophy as well, and I must say, I found a lot of great stuff there.
Each piece of information gathered, I compared with my inner experiences. I wanted to find something that explains them, that allows me to understand my own reality without having to ignore or deny huge parts of it just to fit it into a widely accepted concept.
Intuition was a very good friend along the way.
I learned a lot from Jane Roberts’ Seth books. These were probably the books that gave me the most complex answers that did not contradict or ignore my own inner experience.
Up to this point all went in a quite predictable way. My knowledge, my insight and understanding was growing. Still one thing was missing. And I had no idea what that was.
I noticed that no matter how much I read or meditated, some essential things still stayed the same. Although I had already analyzed and understood some inner processes a thousand times, I still kept falling back to old habits and harmful behaviour patterns. I realized that I’m somehow stuck at the level of the intellect.
Hypnosis, a New Perspective
Then I became acquainted with hypnosis. My first experience was so shocking that I immediately knew that I finally found what I was looking for. The perfect tool for me. I’m not saying that hypnosis is the holy grail, no. I simply mean that it’s a tool that provides a key to our inner mind. Deep inside in all of us, there we find our own Holy Grail. From now on, it only depends on us.
Hypnosis itself is merely a state of trance, in which we get into a more direct contact with our inner being. In this trance state (or states) we learn to access and use our tremendous resources.
This was the missing chain between the theoretical knowledge of the books, and the living knowledge of the inner reality.
The Real Change
Tedious attempts to change on the intellectual level were replaced by a conscious and deep change.
I feel very fortunate to see how other people also experience extraordinary changes in them. I see people wake up from their slumber, being reborn spiritually and emotionally. In fact, they are becoming more and more their real selves. I don’t see them as clients, customers or patients. I simply see souls who seek the same fulfillment I do.
I help people to experience the bigger picture of their reality. To overcome that wall they set between them and their inner self. I’m there to help and provide support along the way and I hope that there comes a day when they no longer need me. Instead they will be help and inspiration to others!