August 27, 2014
I’m well into my #collegetour this #orientation season, but over the years and through experience, I’ve learned some key tips that I thought I’d pass along to student starting off this fall.
#Sailesh’s 5 easy tips/tricks to survive your #firstyear of college…
Tip #1 - Go to all of your orientations and you might just have your mind bent by yours truly!
Tip #2 - Where the entertainment is, new friends will follow. Who doesn’t want to have fun and ease the awkwardness of meeting new people?
Tip #3 - Make time for yourself and check out the events your school is putting on
Tip #4 - Find the balance between school and free time
Tip #5 - Don’t feel pressured to choose your career path right away. Take your time and find something that inspires you and that you truly love to do.
Make this your best year ever! See you soon!
#college #firstyear #dowhatyoulove #firstyeartips
August 19, 2014
Love being in Silicon Valley to visit Menlo College. I’m so excited and proud to once again be a part of the Menlo orientation tradition! Go Oaks! Menlo College make this a great year and we’ll see you soon!
June 17, 2014
When I was 4 years old, I moved with my family from Fiji to Calgary Alberta, Canada. What I remember most about this move is thinking that The Great White North is truly an appropriate name. The snow and frigid climate were so foreign to me, but today the weather of Calgary is one of my favorite things. Calgary became my home very quickly, and the melting pot culture of Canada shaped me enormously as I grew up.
These days, I live in California with my wife and son, but Calgary will always have a place in my heart. I have had the great pleasure in my life of being able to travel all over the world and meet many amazing people, but I will always bleed red and white.
#canadianroots #canada #fiji #saileshthehypnotist #bleedredandwhite #calgary
June 12, 2014
As a professional hypnotist who has been performing for 15 years, I have done hundreds of shows for thousands of students. I love being able to do shows for young people, creating an interactive experience that allows them to be the stars for a night in front of their friends and peers. That’s why I am so excited to be a part of the Grad Nite effort. It’s been a crazy busy nightly schedule!
Grad Nite’s are becoming more and more popular across the country, as parents, schools and organizations come together to create exciting and safe events for their high school seniors to celebrate the end of their final year of school. Grad Nite is a substance free, chaperoned, all night celebration, and I am both honored and thrilled to be a part of this movement.
I have always enjoyed entertaining people with my talents, and my number one priority with my show is to create a safe and fun space for my audience. I am so glad to participate in Grad Nite’s, and to be able to contribute to these wonderful and exhilarating events.
#lovemyjob #worldsbesthypnotist #gradnites #graveyardshiftisfun
June 10, 2014
Every father remembers the first moment they held their child for the first time, and for me this is no different. The day my son, Sid, was born changed my life forever in the best of ways. Fatherhood is a challenge like nothing else in the world, from changing diaper after diaper to shaping yourself into the kind of role model you want your son to have.
I have traveled all over the world and seen so many incredible places, but my heart will always be at home in California with Sid. It’s a challenge, traveling as much I do, to spend as much time with my family as I’d like. So whenever I’m at home, my focus is 100% on family. It’s this time with my son that allows me to relax and regain the energy I need to perform again.
I am so amazingly thankful for the opportunities I’ve had in life, the way I’ve been able to make people laugh and change their lives with my gifts, but thing I’m most grateful for in this world will always be my son.
#fathers #sons #love #family #thankful
June 3, 2014
Hypnosis – FACT OR FICTION
Hypnosis can be a confusing or even divisive topic for many people - they see it as either a joke played off in popular media or a bunch of mystical mumbo jumbo. The truth is that hypnosis is very real, and done properly can be incredibly helpful and empowering. Let’s take a minute and separate Fact from Fiction.
Hypnosis is a natural state of mind
FACT - Hypnosis is completely natural state of concentration and relaxation and has been used for hundreds of years.
In hypnosis you are asleep
FICTION - You are wide awake at all times.
You can’t remember what happened
FICTION - There isn’t any amnesia after hypnosis, you will remember everything that took place.
Hypnosis is not real
FICTION - Hypnosis has been the object of scientific study since its origin and subject to thousands of published scientific research studies. While there are elements that are not fully understood, there is no doubt that hypnosis is real.
People lose control under hypnosis
FICTION - People hypnotized have more control than in a normal state. they actually feel and experience things in their mind and have it feel completely real.
You Can Hypnotize Yourself
FACT - As a part of my empowerment workshop, I teach self-hypnosis and explain the benefits of honing such a skill.
Happy Tuesday All!
May 17, 2014
Heading to #Vancouver. Looking forward to seeing my #family
April 23, 2014
April 10, 2014
The Greeks of #AFLVWest aren’t ready for #Sailesh, The Hypnotist! No matter what letters you wear, get ready for a night you won’t forget! Come up on stage tonight, volunteer and let your #letters shine!
April 8, 2014
Heading up, up, up to Colorado Springs to hang with some #UCCS Mountain Lions! Come see me tonight at 8pm at Berger Hall and let’s see how altitude affects #hypnosis!