how "it" works

Postby panthercoolcat7 » Fri Jul 22, 2016 11:37 pm

1 Context
2 Frame -- meaning of what you are about to do. Setting up expectation. (pre-talk)
3 Train -- Focused on my suggestions, words, and actions. Non-thinking, automatic response to suggestions.
(induction, deepener, routine)
4 Back to 2 escalating 2 and 3 with each pass.

Am I missing anything?
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Postby panthercoolcat7 » Wed Nov 09, 2016 8:09 pm

You are training people to
1 focus their attention on your suggestions
2 respond automatically without thought to your suggestions
3 use their imagination to get responses
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Postby panthercoolcat7 » Fri Nov 25, 2016 7:04 pm

1 Trigger a model of how to respond that they already have
2 Build a model of how to respond and trigger it
3 Build a response step by step

Recognize
1 Absorbed attention
2 Agreement
3 Disagreement
4 Deep thinking
5 confusion
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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Fri Nov 25, 2016 8:35 pm

panthercoolcat7 wrote:You are training people to
1 focus their attention on your suggestions
2 respond automatically without thought to your suggestions
3 use their imagination to get responses


Why #3? Seems unnecessary.
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Postby panthercoolcat7 » Sun Nov 27, 2016 9:27 pm

Most people know that thoughts can cause physical and mental effects, but when that process occurs it still seems almost magical. It seems to me to work as a convincer for the client.
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Postby panthercoolcat7 » Sat Dec 10, 2016 10:47 pm

The hypnotist uses the reactions produced by their words and the imagination to create a belief for the client of, post hoc, ergo propter hoc- after this, therefore because of this.
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Postby wizardoftrance » Mon Dec 12, 2016 5:44 am

panthercoolcat7 wrote:The hypnotist uses the reactions produced by their words and the imagination to create a belief for the client of, post hoc, ergo propter hoc- after this, therefore because of this.


Another way of saying that is... The hypnotist teaches the subjects how to automatically react to suggestion. This is facilitated by a hypnotic trance state, a condition in which the focus of attention is not outside of the body, and the (*)imagination automatically reacts to suggestion instead of peripheral awareness. This is because peripheral awareness is being shut down as well as our analytical mind, resulting in our ability to disbelieved becoming suspended.

So, what is suggested by the hypnotist becomes the new reality for the subject.

(*)Some use the term imagination instead of sub-conscious
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Postby panthercoolcat7 » Mon Dec 19, 2016 10:52 pm

You are training people to
1 focus their attention on your suggestions
2 respond automatically without thought to your suggestions
3 use their imagination to get responses

It's important to direct the imagination and conscious response together so that the two become one. The automatic response of the imagination carries over into an automatic response of the conscious will of the client. Use 3 to strengthen the response of 1 and 2.
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Postby panthercoolcat7 » Wed Jan 11, 2017 8:31 pm

Have the client
1 do something
2 believe/imagine something will happen
3 notice a feeling in their body
4 visualize something
5 remember something
6 internally hear, smell or taste something
7 focus on something their body is doing
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Postby panthercoolcat7 » Sat Feb 25, 2017 10:24 pm

Utilization. Interpret anything that happens in a way that contributes to the hypnotic experience.

Connect pleasure, compulsion, automatic behavior, to following your suggestions. Connect pain with not following your suggestions.

Loss of physical/emotional balance. Forces awareness to a strong single focus. For a brief moment the mind searches for anything that will help make sense of the situation, and will accept any suggestion that might fit.

Priming. A stimulus is presented that influences a person's later response. Alluding to something. Refer indirectly.
1 Same category (wolf, dog)
2 Things you do in the same place or with the same people, tools, scenario.
3 Phonetic ambiguities (heal, heel)
4 Words that rhyme (heel, feel, real)

Anchoring. A stimulus that triggers a response. Something that starts a response, urge, memory, emotion, etc.
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