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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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Courses Hypnotherapy & The Milton Model

Courses on hypnotherapy vary in nature and one of the models that I believe is vital to get to grips with if you want to be a good hypnotist is the Milton model.  In this post I reveal some interesting information about the Milton Model. On my trainings in my nlp practitioner and even my 2 day breakthrough hypnosis course you willhave plenty of time to explore the power of these langage patterns.

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When dealing with people, remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but creatures of emotion. 

Dale Carnegie

Hypnosis is a process that describes a state of mind

"He was in a trance" …

Hypnosis is also the process used to induce that state of mind

"She used hypnosis to get him into a trance".

Bandler and Grinder used to start their hypnosis seminars with one of them claiming "Everything is hypnosis" and the other claiming "There’s no such thing as hypnosis". They were both right. There’s no such ‘thing’ as hypnosis, and yet every interaction a person has with the world can alter their state (a form of hypnosis). The language we grow up with so conditions our perception that you can think of people as being in a trance all the time.

Who uses hypnosis? On a regular basis, I see and hear hypnosis being used effectively and intentionally by people as diverse as:









By using it ‘intentionally’, I’m not suggesting that these people know they are doing hypnosis. I am suggesting that they are using hypnotic communication to achieve a certain goal.

You can see and hear it being used unintentionally by almost everyone you meet. Language is one of the most powerful hypnotic tools there is, and your ability to use language skilfully marks the difference between performing hypnosis intentionally or unintentionally. Just think of someone who inspired you in some way, or drew you into a story they were telling. All of us have had the experience of listening to someone who was enthralling, and who can transport you into a different situation using words.

This is hypnosis.

It may not be quite as dramatic as having you suddenly close your eyes and go into a trance when a man with a pointy beard says "Sleep!", but its still hypnosis. Hypnotic principles have helped establish many of the beliefs you have about yourself and the world. Many limiting beliefs exist because we were told them by a well-meaning adult in a position of authority. Often, the adult’s sentence is accepted as being true, and the statement is installed as a belief. This is hypnosis at its most powerful, and was performed (for better or for worse) on all of us as children.

The good news is that what can be installed with hypnosis can be uninstalled or replaced with hypnosis. You can even learn how to hypnotise yourself, and take control over your own beliefs and ideas.

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