Hypnosis

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Influence & Persuasion in Hypnosis: Changing Moods Not Minds

Friday, April 30th, 2010

Conversational Hypnosis is really the art of changing lives, when you get down to it your purpose as a hypnotist will be to help people to make positive changes for themselves in their lives.  Unfortunately you cannot just tell someone to change, as this will not be effective.  There are places in the mind you [...]

How Schizophrenics Can Help Your Hypnosis: Binds and Double Binds

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

The art of Conversational Hypnosis is much about language; the ways you use the language, when to use certain skills and how to apply those skills.  All of these factors are important to learning how to have a smooth interaction and insert undetected and agreeable suggestions into the mind of your clients. Stealth Tactics are [...]

Agreement Tactics in Hypnosis: How to Use Plausibility and the Agreement Habit to Boost the Impact of Your Hypnotic Suggestions

Monday, June 8th, 2009

Photo by jordigraells Agreement tactics in conversational hypnosis are very functional. You will learn to use these for two different reasons. The first reason to use agreement tactics is to put the critical factor in your subject’s mind to sleep. The critical factor which tells people whether or not something is believable needs to be [...]

Power Tactics in Hypnosis: How to Use Consistency to Boost Your Authority

Thursday, April 9th, 2009

Photo by marcn In Conversational Hypnosis it is important to choose the correct status role depending on the people you are dealing with. High status is the role that you will strive for in your hypnotic relationships, but it is also important to know when to play a low status role too. The idea is [...]

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