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Convincers - what technique do you feel works best for your clients and yet is the easiest for the hypnotist?
I am speaking more of light hypnosis, where you get in, do what you need to do and get right back out in less than thirty minutes.
Examples: Arm catalepsy, eye catalepsy and the hundereds of others in use today.
I know just about anything can be used as a convincer but I am curious about what works best for hypnotist today.
hi, recently I had a terrible experience I'd like to share with you. Me a 36 years old guy, my wife 37 years old girl, married with children 2 older (of her first marriage) and the last one 11 years old girl. We were a nice family (with our problems of course), with projects and else. She found a course about "Past lives" and she was so expecting about it. There was a 10 days course in southamerica, and when she came back, she was a bit different,slightly diferent. But, as days went by she…Continue
Sometimes, MY subconscious shouts out for a little IMR (Ideomotor Reflex) work. Here is one of those times:
20 yr old client presented with history of migraines that onset at about age 14. We had worked together for a total of five sessions, resolving anxiety and weight issues and she was now ready to stop experiencing her migraine headaches. I had on file a doctor's release which included the fact that there was no known organic cause for the migraines.
CONVINCERS - LEMON AND MAGNETIC FINGERS
There are two convincers I used prior to starting my formal hypnosis induction.
1. magnetic fingers
2. lemon experience
Even though the magnetic fingers experience is not a true convincer it…Continue
So far, I have uploaded 24 episode clips for our FREE HYPNOSIS COURSE to the Community in the group at http://trancesociety.net/community/m/groups/view/Free-HYPNOSIS-Course . . . I have twenty more clips finished editing and am in the process of editing a LOT more and will eventually upload the entire…Continue
Unable to attend IMDHA Expo. Offering entire conference registration which I paid $299. for, you can pay $200. and the registration will be transfered per IMDHA. Thank you.
Added by Bernadette Angle on May 18, 2010 at 4:41am — No Comments
Ron Eslinger, www.eslinger.net
Before explaining hypnosis, you must know what they know about hypnosis. So I asked the question: 1) what do you know about hypnosis and 2) why did you choose hypnosis for your situation? How the client answers those two questions will give you a starting place for you to explain hypnosis.
I am sure that my explanation is no different than yours, I start with the basic…Continue
Added by Ron Eslinger on May 17, 2010 at 5:42am — No Comments
Whilst out doing a close up magic and hypno gig I was appraoched by the chap booking me saying he was hoping to have something all could watch at the same time. As he was paying this meant changing tactics asap. So taking a band of willing peoples I found a quiet spot in the break and started on mmy inductions, I ended up with 4 out of 7 to work with. Returning to the main room, the show started, it has to be added, I have nevcer done a show stand up with and audience, only walkaround and so…Continue
Added by Rob Chapman on May 17, 2010 at 12:08am — No Comments
Ron Eslinger at www.eslinger.net
I ask these very basic questions:
1. Intake sheet, with all the usual information. My intake sheet also includes an informed consent, pain scale, sleep scale and quality-of-life scale.
2. I also include a suggestibility questionnaire that I adapted from Vera Peiffer in her book Principles of Hypnotherapy. I changed the content to meet my clients type, learning styles and personalities.
3. I also use the basic…Continue
Added by Ron Eslinger on May 11, 2010 at 5:34am — No Comments
Charting Throughout 2 of 21<P>
Charting is fairly self-explanatory, however, as I stated in part one of the introduction that little charting was done, if any and few questions asked, when I went for my first hypnosis session. What do you use for charting? Here is a short list of things that you might consider as a part of your…Continue
Added by Ron Eslinger on May 10, 2010 at 9:40am — No Comments