College students lead stressful lives. The average student may be dealing with a difficult course load, with jobs, apprenticeships, volunteer work and other extracurricular activities, with family and social commitments, with life and career planning, with romantic involvements, personal issues and even a lot more. It’s quite understandable that they would try to find some kind of relief from all of that stress.
And now, as marijuana is legalized in more and more states, and in more and more countries around the world, it seems like a natural choice. It is easily available, there is less risk involved, and the recent changes in laws can almost be seen as an endorsement from society.
Of course, the relief it provides is only temporary, and the use of drugs and alcohol can cause more problems, and more stress, in many people’s lives than they relieve. Nonetheless, students may not always be aware of this, and we can’t really blame them for getting high as an escape from everything they are facing on a daily basis.
What we can do, though, is offer them a better choice. And that is exactly what I do, combining entertainment and education into an unforgettable evening, and showing people that hypnosis is a natural, healthy and positive high unlike any other.
I have been entertaining audiences as a hypnotist for over 20 years, and have performed at schools, corporations, clubs and festivals, in all fifty states and around the world. I was recently named “Best Hypnotist in the World” by MTV Europe, Campus Activities Magazine’s “Entertainer of the Year” for 2016/2017, and the APCA 2017 Entertainer of the Year and 2014 Hypnotist of the Year.
But as gratifying as all of this recognition is, much more important to me is, and always has been, people’s health and well-being. If an evening of fascination, laughter and joy can also be an evening of positive messages, learning and growth, it can truly change people’s lives for the better. People leave my shows feeling much better than when they arrived, and knowing that it’s possible to continue to feel that way.
And so my performances, as well as my wellness programs, use hypnosis not only for entertainment, but also to teach people ways to deal with stress, to find happiness and peace, and to reach new levels of self-esteem and personal empowerment.
I believe that this is especially important for our younger generation. And at a time when college students have so much thrown at them, and are scrambling for ways to deal with it all, I am thrilled to be able to offer them a different kind of high.
I have performed at over 500 colleges and universities, putting on shows that are unlike anything else out there – hilarious, fascinating and fun, and at the same time helping students discover and make positive choices and set into place healthy behaviors that will stay with them for the rest of their lives.
Sailesh is not only one of the best entertainers, he also educates and enlightens. He gave the students an evening of entertainment and a lifetime of relaxation and empowerment skills. –Southeastern Louisiana University
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