There are many myths in the area of hypnotizability. Common misunderstandings include the belief that hypnotizeable persons are pushovers who have the absolute authority or are unintelligible. Neither of these beliefs is true, but some characteristics usually can indicate if the client is highly hypnotizeable. Hypnosis and imagination seem to be linked in specific ways. … Read more
This article focuses on some of the aspects that make it difficult for smokers to stop. Being aware of the different parts of smoking cessation makes it possible to use hypnosis and hypnotherapy. By working together with the subconscious mind, you can achieve smoking cessation much more accessible while at the same time having a … Read more
A very common question about the hypnotic state is whether you will experience amnesia after the hypnotic state. This is not an easy question to answer, because it is dependent on the situation. At times the unconscious mind can be protective and therefore decide that some issues shouldn’t be consciously available. Freud used psychoanalysis to … Read more
Many hypnotists offer weight reduction programs, but it’s my experience that most clients don’t know how hypnosis will help them lose weight. There are different approaches to this. The first approach would be to focus on the future and work with hypnosis to make healthy behavior the habit instead of bad habits of overeating and … Read more
This is the first volume of the classical NLP study of Milton H. Erickson. Bandler & Grinder was determined to model Erickson’s unique way of doing hypnosis, something many people before them had tried. Patterns 1 teaches you the verbal aspect of Erickson’s techniques. Read it if you are interested in Ericksonian hypnosis.