Anthony Jacquin wrote:Derren tends to follow the pattern interrupt with words along the lins of
'it's not really hypnosis just sinking and drifting, sinking and drifting'.
This scoots round any doubts in the mind of his volunteer because it kicks the legs away from any challenge found in the word 'sleep'.
Please explan what you mean by 'sleep' trance?
If you want 'sleep' you need to insist upon it. It souns like you are doing a pattern interrupt and not doing anything after that. Saying 'boo' is a pattern interrupt. It just buys you a moment. It is what you do next that counts.
If you succeed in the pattern interrupt what do you do next to turn that into a hypnotic process?
Hi Ant, thanks a lot!!! you are the master in hypnosis!
i mean that 'sleep' trance it's a hypnotic sleep, exactly like that you do an instant induction and say 'SLEEP!' and the subject go into a hypnotic sleep and he/she can't to open his/her eyes or wake up, unless disturb to them or give them suggestion to wake up. this is what I mean - a hypnotic sleep with handshake, like Derren does...
I do pattern interruption and after this I try to produce from him the maximum. I tell to the subject to let his/her eyes close, sometimes also with analogue marking, and go deeper and deeper to this state. (wow, in Hebrew it's hear so different...)
and then I give them suggestion that their can't move their hand... it's never worked. I even tried to combine some NLP techniques, like anchoring, analogue marking and another "tricks" - "did you where in trance BEFORE?" or to give them 2 options...
I think that the only question that I need to ask, it's why your diploma course is so expensive...