#113: Marisa Peer On The Power Of Hypnotherapy


This week I am thrilled to bring you an interview with Britain’s most respected hypnotherapist and the creator of Rapid Transformational Therapy – Marisa Peer. Her therapy method is world-renowned for its ability to create lasting change, without the need for ongoing sessions. Marisa has devoted her life to helping people resolve childhood trauma, find love, and lead happier lives. Through her public speaking, therapy training course, and best-selling books, award-winning therapist Marisa Peer has profoundly changed the lives of countless people. In this episode of The Spencer Lodge Podcast, Marisa shares her wisdom on transforming negative self-talk, how to accept that you are enough, and explains how to overcome the programming that’s holding you back.

Show Notes

Marisa shares her viewpoints on therapy, and why she came to develop her own method to simplify the practice through her technique of RTT. [3:51]

Marisa shares how experiences drawn from living in California in the 1980’s, led her to study hypnotherapy as a method of healing [7:28]

Marisa explains why the subject of “enough-ness”, is a common denominator in therapy and the basis of the RTT technique  [10:41]

Marisa discusses some experiences working with children, and her findings on the desire for attention . [15:30]

Marisa talks about the trend of disconnection in modern day society [19:39]

Marisa explains how the power of ownership of individual issues can cause a subconscious belief, using the example of memory. [24:42]

Marisa shares how RTT can be applied to life during the current social challenges faced during the Covid pandemic. [31:25]

Spencer and Marisa discuss the effects of optimism and pessimism [36:55]

Spencer shares his personal experiences with RTT [42:10]

Marisa shares various ways to find out more information on RTT therapy or training. [47:37]


“That was my teacher, that you can have everything, but if you don’t have enough-ness, you don’t have anything”. [13:49]

“Disconnection is an epidemic, that is getting worse and worse”. [21:45]

“Your mind doesn’t care if what you tell it is right or wrong, and it certainly doesn’t know, so you might as well tell it amazing things. You make your beliefs, and then your beliefs turnaround and make you”. [28:12]

“It proves what I’ve told people all the time. Events don’t affect you, but the meaning that you attach to the event affects you. What happens to you does not affect you, but how you think about it does”. [34:06]

“When you can’t change a situation, what you can change is what it means to you”. [35:26]

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