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Bypassing the Critical Factor in Hypnosis

To put it simply, the critical faculty is the part of the human mind that accepts or rejects incoming information and decides whether that information should be allowed entrance into the subconscious mind. It also checks to see whether that information is compatible with the beliefs, values, and ways of thinking previously stored within the subconscious mind.

An Essential Hypnosis Technique – Activating the Imagination

Most people think that their imagination is something they “phase out” as they grow older. They do not believe that their imagination has any real effect on their daily lives today. This is not really surprising considering that children grow up to find that Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, and the Easter Bunny are simply myths their well-meaning parents perpetuated.

What is the Real Secret to Influential Communication?

Research demonstrates that most of our actions are begun outside conscious awareness. How can you learn to influence those deeper parts of the mind that are really in control?

Communicating With Clients (2)

As a practising Hypnotherapist, I make sure my client knows I am listening to them and that they know I am not simply waiting for a pause in their conversational flow to jump in and say what I think. I try to pick up the imagery they use in their speech, such as seeing or hearing, touch or smell (VAKS) and reflect this back in my own speech patterns. Whilst I use these techniques, I feel it is not sensitive to simply mimic a client’s speech, posture and behaviour, because should a client become aware of these rapport building …

Communicating With Clients (1)

Therapists monitor both verbal communications and the non-verbal communications of gestures, facial expressions, changes in posture and alteration of autonomous processes like breathing or pulse rate etc. These behaviours are valuable in measuring what the client understands as the client unconsciously alters the non-verbal behaviours while talking and they therefore act as a running commentary on their unconscious thought processes. As their thoughts influence the client’s emotions and these emotions influence the physiology it is possible to see a direct link between what they are thinking unconsciously and the non-verbal communication.

Communicating With Clients (3)

A huge barrier to communication for me is failing to talk to another person in a language where the terms used are clear and understandable to both or everyone taking part in the conversational exchange. This linked with failing to take the time to check that everyone understands what has been said and what is meant by what has been said, is another barrier to effective communication. What I try to do is listen carefully to what is being said to me and ask whether I have understood what the client is trying to say.

Communicating With Clients (4)

The therapeutic relationship is about communication, it is not always about consensus and it can be debate and disagreement. We only learn to understand each other by sharing methods of communication, both verbal and non verbal. If the client never challenges us or asks a question, how are we going to know whether they understand what we are saying?

A History of Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy

Hypnosis, the oldest form of psychotherapy (Ellenberger, 1970) If we examine the religious and healing ceremonies of primitive people we can find the basic elements required to induce the hypnotic trance. It is possible from this to extrapolate that these ceremonial behaviours existed before written histories and that the use of rhythmic chanting, monotonous drum beats, together with strained fixations of the eyes accompanied by catalepsy of the rest of the body are of their selves trance inductions. If we accept this hypothesis, we might deduce that hypnosis as we call it existed as a method of accessing the unconscious…

Conversational Hypnosis Technique – Build an Instantaneous Connection With This Technique

If you are looking for an easy conversational hypnosis technique you have come to the right place. Today I am going to teach a method which when used properly will allow to you build an instantaneous connection and deep rapport with anyone, even if you have only known them for five minutes.

Using Hypnosis Induction to Create a Hypnotic State

The technical definition of hypnosis is that it is a set of attitudes or a mental state that is created through various hypnotic induction techniques, and there are very many in existence and in practice. A hypnotist will usually use one or two favorite techniques in order to encourage a person to enter into the attitudinal state necessary for complete hypnosis.

Positive Changes Hypnosis Can Alter Your Life

Our lives have transformed so much during the last 100 years that it is almost unrecognizable. There was a time when fast and processed food did not exist. Now, we rely on this food because of the speed at which our lives move. All the so-called progress has caused more issues than what we once had.

How to Hypnotize Someone – Conversational Hypnosis Techniques

Our mind is said to be as vast as our universe. Everything in our brain has a function that is supposedly works for our advantage. One of the most intriguing functions of our brain is to how you can hypnotize someone.

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