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Hypnotize Someone – Part II

In the previous post we explained why it’s good to know about the fundamentals of NLP before you hypnotise anyone. Now, we continue explaining the remaining NLP fundamentals.

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I find that coaching the clients around number 6 below can be quite a relief for them when they realise that their habit or pattern just needs to be changed and that they are so more than their behaviour.

Often we judge behaviours or our own behaviours and we do not look for the deeper meaning or intention. I find that by being free of judgement and asking the question, what does that behaviour do for the person, we get closer to discovering a way to help them stop the unhelpful patterns or programs in their life. Have an unwanted pattern or behaviour Stop beating up yourself accept the behaviour and ask its intention you  can make a shift in conciousness in its self with the right questions.  How can I get that intnention and let go of the unwanted behavior ?

6.      Every behaviour has a positive intention.

All our actions have at least one purpose – to achieve something that we value and benefits us. NLP separates the intention or purpose behind an action from the action itself. A person is not their behaviour. When a person has a better choice of behaviour that also achieves their positive intention, they will take it. The intention behind a behaviour may well be different from the effect it has or had.

7.      The unconscious mind balances the conscious; it is not malicious.

The unconscious is everything that is not in consciousness at the present moment. It contains all the resources we need to live in balance.

8.      The meaning of the communication is not simply what you intend, but also the response you get.

This response may be different to the one you wanted. There are no failures in communication, only responses and feedback. If you are not getting the result you want, change what you are doing. Take responsibility for the communication and for how others respond to you.

9.      We already have all the resources we need, or we can create them.

There are no unresourceful people, only unresourceful states of mind. Act as if people have all the resources they need even if they do not currently have access to these resources.

10. Mind & body form a system. They are different expressions of one person.

Mind and body interact and mutually influence each other. It is not possible to make a change in one without the other being affected. When we think differently, our bodies change. When we act differently we change our thoughts and feelings.

11. We process all information through our senses.

Developing your sense so they become more acute gives you better information and helps you think more clearly. Recognise that people interact with their internal ‘versions’ of reality rather than with pure, sensory-based, input. Memory and imagination use the same neurological and physical circuits and potentially have the same effect.

12. Modelling successful performance leads to excellence.

If one person can do something it is possible to model it and teach it to others. In this way everyone can learn to get better results in their own way, you do not become a clone of the model – you learn from them.

13. If you want to understand – Act

The learning is in the doing.

14. There is no such thing as failure – only feedback.

Redefine mistakes as feedback – and change what you are doing if what you are doing is not working.

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Hypnotize Someone – Part I

Before you hypnotize someone you may want to know more a little bit about the fundamentals of NLP. Why? Because NLP & Hypnosis both work with the subconscious mind. Understanding the fundamentals of NLP can support more effective and more ethical hypnotism.

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 The Fundamental Principles of NLP

 The presuppositions are the central principles central of NLP; they are its guiding philosophy, its ‘beliefs’. These principles are not claimed to be true or universal. You do not have to believe they are true. They are called presuppositions because you pre-suppose them to be true and then act as if they were. You then discover what happens. If you like the results then continue to act as if they are true. They form a set of ethical principles for life.

1.      People respond to their experience, not to reality itself.

We do not know what reality is. Our senses, beliefs, and past experience give us a map of the world from which to operate. A map can never be exactly accurate; otherwise it would be the same as the ground it covers. We do not know the territory, so for us, the map is the territory. Some maps are better than others for finding your way around. We navigate life like a ship through a dangerous area of sea; as long as the map shows the main hazards, we will be fine. When maps are faulty and do not show the dangers, then we are in danger of running aground. NLP is the art of changing these maps, so we have greater freedom of action. Recognise that each person’s ‘truth’ is true for them even if it differs from your ‘truth’ – since our internal version of reality is just that – a ‘version’ of reality. Discover the other person’s perceptions before you begin to influence them. (‘Meet people in their own unique model of the world’)

2.      Having a choice is better than not having a choice.

Always try to have a map for yourself that gives you the widest and richest number of choices. Act always to increase choice. The more choices you have, the freer you are, the more influence you have and the more likely you are to achieve your outcomes. Enhance your behavioural and attitudinal flexibility. (‘In any interaction the person with the greatest behavioural flexibility has most influence on the outcome’) Act as if there is a solution to every problem. Recognise that in any situation a person is making the best choice with the resources which they currently perceive as being available to them.

3.      People make the best choice they can at the time.

A person always makes the best choice they can, given their map of the world. The choice may be self-defeating, bizarre or evil, but for them, it seems the best way forward. Give them a better choice in their map of the world and they will take it. Even better give them a superior map with more choices in it.

4.      People work perfectly.

No one is wrong or broken. They are carrying out their strategies perfectly, but the strategies may be poorly designed and ineffective. Find out how you and others do what they do so their strategy can be changed to something more useful and desirable.

5.      All actions have a purpose.

Our actions are not random; we are always trying to achieve something, although we may not be aware of what that is. Human behaviour has a structure.

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Subconcious Mind Power – Hypnosis Safe?

One of the most important questions when looking at subconscious mind power and hypnosis is the question is it safe?  Take a look at all the articles on my home page and you knowledge of hypnosis will explode.

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It is by learning how to tap into you subconscious mind that you get more of what you want and less of what you don’t want.  In this article I have listed 5 directives of the subconscious mind.  It is worth remembering as Richard Bandler the founder of NLP once said “It is the conscious mind that looks at the fly when it is in your eye yet the subconscious mind is the part of you mind that blinks and attempts to get the fly out!  Your subconscious will always attempt to do what it has learnt to protect your identity morals and ethics.  It will attempt to defend you so be careful what you say to yourself as Deepak Chopra says the body is always listening. Top tip Never ever say something constantly that you’re not as an identity you body and mind will reject the opposite from entering your life and your perception of reality. Typical mistakes I hear are “I’m shy, I’m Useless, I’m fat, I’m ugly, “Give your self a break and say nice things to yourself they will start to increase in your reality.


The ‘prime directives’ of the unconscious mind

The mind I love must have wild places, a tangled orchard where dark damsons drop in the heavy grass, an overgrown little wood, the chance of a snake or two, a pool that nobody’s fathomed the depth of, and paths threaded with flowers planted by the mind. 

Katherine Mansfield

1.    Preserves and maintains the integrity of the body

The unconscious mind is in charge of preserving the body. This means, other things being equal, that if you walk out to the street in front of a bus, your unconscious mind will jump you back out of the way automatically, and you will be safe. In times of extreme danger, many people notice that their unconscious mind takes over. Their conscious mind is often completely uninvolved at that moment.

2.    Stores our memories

The unconscious mind provides the structure for storing memories. Research in 1957 (the Penfield Study) indicated that everything that happens to a person is recorded faithfully and stored as memory. In this research project, a woman’s brain was probed with an electrode, and she remembered everything that happened during a birthday party when she was a very young child. She remembered the feel of her dress, the taste and smell of her birthday cake, how her mother and her friends looked, etc., as if she were there. As a result of this study, it was postulated that everything that happens to us is stored in the brain in full detail.

In 1960, Nobel Prize winner, Carl Pribram postulated that memories are stored holographically in the nervous system throughout the entire body, not just within the brain. It is the unconscious mind that is responsible for the co-ordination of the storage of and for access to, these memories.

3.    Organises all our memories

The unconscious mind organises all the memories which are stored in the body’s nervous system. The way it organises these memories is to encode them in a way that allows access to them as and when necessary. Memories can thus be stored as a gestalt or as a Life-path.

4.    Is the domain of the emotions

The unconscious mind is the domain of the emotions. Even though they are often felt consciously, emotions are not the domain of the conscious mind. They are generated, maintained, and are the responsibility of the unconscious mind.

5.    Represses memories with unresolved negative emotions

The unconscious mind is charged with the responsibility of repressing memories with "unresolved" negative emotion. The memory will be repressed with the emotion intact until it can be resolved. The unresolved negative emotion can cause some repression of the content of the memory to the extent of the intensity of the emotion and to the degree to which it is unresolved. The repressed negative emotions are trapped in the body, and in many cases can cause blockages to the flow of communication through the neural network pathways of the body.

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Learning Trance State and Confusion

Learning and confusion

Give me a fruitful error any time, full of seeds, bursting with its own corrections.  You can keep your sterile truth for yourself. 

Vilfredo Pareto (Italian Economist)

Some people will never learn anything, for this reason, because they understand everything too soon. 

Alexander Pope

Some states are better for learning in than others. At the start of each day, consider “what would be the best state for me to learn in be?” Then act throughout the day “as if” you were already in that state. Notice what you do that works and do more of that. The more used to identifying the successes and strategies that lead to my success, the more able I am to employ them and notice when I am not employing them. This gives me the chance to take corrective action from the feedback.

This training may be different from many of the training’s you have been on before. You were learning the most during the first few years of your life, it was a 24/7 workshop and there were no handouts or manuals. You used all your senses; completely immersed yourself in exploring the world, took the knocks and learned from them. Some of the exercises on this course won’t be fully explained before you do them so you may feel a little confused or lost. This is deliberate on our part as sometimes we learn best through wanton experimentation and trying new things. Jump on in and notice what you notice. Also, remember the four stages of learning:

Unconscious incompetence – “I don’t know that I don’t know”

Conscious incompetence – “I know what I want but don’t know how to do it”

Conscious competence – “I know how to do it but I have to think about it”

Unconscious competence – "I know how to do it and dont have to pay concious attention to it"

It’s likely that you will experience all of these stages and some confusion at different parts of the course – this is a perfectly natural part of learning. Remember, confusion is “the gateway to understanding.” If you are completely ignorant, or simply don’t know something, then you can’t be confused! You can only be confused when you have incomplete information and only partial understanding. To be confused you must already know some of the pieces. Confusion is a prelude to integration, and to be welcomed, not avoided!


Acknowledge the state: “I’m confused”, then ask yourself “What else do I need?”

Am I confused because …

There is missing information? (environment)

I don’t know what to do? (behaviour)

I don’t know how to do something? (capability)

It conflicts with my beliefs and values? (beliefs and values)

It’s not in keeping with my sense of self? (identity)







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