HYPNOSIS EBOOK PACKAGE
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Hypnosis training/Self-hypnotherapy is Ideal for you, if:
- You're intelligent, and curious about hypnosis and hypnotherapy, or
- You just want to understand more about hypnosis and hypnotherapy, or
- You want to use hypnosis and hypnotherapyto help yourself and others, or
- You might add hypnosis and hypnotherapy to your professional toolkit, or
- You're considering studying hypnotherapy as a career.
You are about to discover how easy it is to hypnotize other people and what safeguards and responsibilities that entails.
By the time you've finished reading you will have a greater understanding of:
- What hypnosis is
- What it can be used for
- What you can accomplish with it.
- The hypnosis and hypnotherapy methods
Who can you safely hypnotize? People who could benefit from positive suggestions. And who have no underlying pathology. Likely candidates are people who want to:
- Overcome exam anxiety
- Enhance sports performance
- Stop smoking
- Achieve specific goals
- Amplify their creativity
You can induce hypnosis, give such people the positive suggestions they've requested and feel great about helping them.
Hypnotherapy is currently riding a wave of popularity among the public.
There are no side effects with hypnosis and hypnosis; it can relieve or banish so many psychological and physical ills -- and it's easy to learn.
Not only will you gain first-hand knowledge from the inside, so to speak, but you'll also enjoy the process, and obtain relief from your own problems.
The rewards are immense. Not only can you help millions of people achieve lifelong goals and health benefits, but you can also earn a decent living doing so if you wish.
HAVE A LOOK AT SOME OF HYPNOSIS AND HYPNOTHERAPY:
Hypnosis/Hypnotherapy1: Simple connections.
In this chapter some simple practical examples are given which allow the reader to explore in person and with others some of the obvious things about the way in which the mind and body work. In particular attention is a drawn to the way in which activity in one part or subsystem of the brain can lead quite naturally, but usually in a little time, to activity in another part. But the speed and quality of the response varies from person to person. These results are related to "tests of hypnotisability" and to "hypnotic inductions": which are ways in which they have been regarded in the past.
Hypnosis/Hypnotherapy2: Switching off systems.
In which we explore various ways in which muscular relaxation can be induced. The main systems used to do this include the verbal, visual, emotional, musical and humorous. We end with a sample compound induction script.
Hypnosis/Hypnotherapy3: The visual imagination
We explore the visual imagination, which is enormously rich and varied. This is a tool much used in hypnosis and so it is valuable to explore its natural processes in many people, including yourself. You may agree that one of the main functions you have when helping another to explore his or her imagination is in helping to maintain focus, primarily by asking questions. The question of what kind of meaning such an exploration gives is left open. There are a wide variety of interpretation schemes which you will find: I simply urge you to keep at least TWO such possibilities in mind so that you are less likely to jump to unjustifiable conclusions. Sometimes the asking of questions will help to resolve a conflict between two interpretations. The material you find is seldom strange by the standard of dreams.
Hypnosis/Hypnotherapy 4: Directing and Controlling the Imagination
The visual imagination can not only be used for exploration, it can be guided and directed. This chapter provides exercises to develop this ability. The specifics used are to imagine a place, then a strange element in it, then a changed, floating viewpoint, then a floating journey. Next the ability to change images is used to change a small memory; then developed to see if a completely different life can be pictured. This chapter should teach you how much can be done with the imagination in many people without any "induction" or other hypnotic techniques.
Hypnosis/Hypnotherapy 5: Exploring "Inductions"
In this chapter for the first time we will meet some processes which have been passed down the years as being ways of producing some dramatic changes in the functioning of people. These are what have been called "hypnotic inductions". We start with a close look at an induction used by James Braid, the father of hypnotism. Then some others, again from well-known names in the history of our subject, are given more briefly for you to try. The question of whether as a result of such inductions a given person will respond more readily to suggestions is one that you can explore practically. Some reasons are given why such inductions may have been more successful in the past, and need modifying for the present day.
Hypnosis/Hypnotherapy 6: Posthypnotic suggestions
Posthypnotic suggestions are a large part of what people regard as typical of hypnosis. We start by comparing it with the common phenomenon of social compliance: the fact that people quite normally will do what another asks them to do. A description of a subject (Nobel Prizewinner Richard Feynman) is used to illustrate what it feels like to carry out a post hypnotic suggestion. Both phenomena are based on establishing a causal connection between two subsystems of the brain. Some exercises are suggested for you to find out how easy it is under ordinary conditions to establish such a causal connection between two subsystems of the brain, so that you can (as in the previous chapter) later compare the ease of doing the same after a preliminary induction. In fact the usual word to describe the creation of a causal link between two systems is learning! And you are asked to consider the conditions under which learning is most likely to happen well. I suggest that a focused attention is generally best. However this matter is complicated by the fact that the brain consists of very many subsystems and we may consider each to be capable of independent attention, or arousal. To explore this exercises are given aiming at maintaining the attention of just one subsystem (in this case that connected to fingers) while conscious attention subsides.
Hypnosis/Hypnotherapy 7: Resistance and Rapport
We focus on high-order mental systems: those which determine whether to accept or reject statements made by another. The ability to reduce the resistance and increase rapport is an important part of hypnosis. This highly practical chapter gives exercises which take the form of two-person games which may be used to increase your skills in this way. We run through making impersonal statements; statements about yourself and then personal statements about another person: all in an everyday setting. Then, in a more "hypnotic" setting, we practice making every statement of an induction totally acceptable and then a series of personal suggestions acceptable. The question of the difference between the system of active resistance and active rapport is discussed. No specific exercises are given for building up the latter: though you can find out by asking a few extra questions after the previous exercises how well you are doing. It is suggested that high levels of rapport depend on being good at hypnosis, on being honest to yourself, but on top of that there seem to be some innate characteristics that will make rapport between yourself and certain other people arise naturally.
Hypnosis/Hypnotherapy 8: Bringing it all together
The main lessons are summarized. And then the rest of the hypnosis training is directed at giving you a variety of goals - changes that you might make in a subject - in order to practice and expand on what you have learned. Many of these are accompanied by hints on how to go about them. The advantages of writing out scripts for yourself at this stage are presented.
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