An introduction to Hypnosis by Terry Elston from NLP World.
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Hypnosis is becoming popular in all sections of the market place. Hospitals now use it, GPs endorse it and most people have tried it in some form or another.
On this recording Terry Elston will demystify the myth around hypnosis and show you how natural and, of course, how naturally effective it can be.
Discover how hypnosis is all part of everyday life, for example how the moguls of advertising are using it all the time.
You have already seen names like Richard Bandler, Paul McKenna, Derron Brown, Anthony Robbins and John Grinder, so you know it works!
Learn how the unconscious mind really works- allowing you to fully understand why some important messages get through and others don’t.
Can you be Hypnotised?
There are large individual differences in response to hypnosis. Hypnosis has little to do with the hypnotist’s technique, and very much to do with the individual’s capacity, or talent, for experiencing hypnosis.
Most people are at least moderately hypnotisable. However, while relatively few people absolutely cannot be hypnotised, by the same token, relatively few people fall within the highest level of responsiveness (so-called hypnotic virtuosos).
There is some controversy over whether hypnotisability can be modified. Some clinical practitioners believe that virtually everyone can be hypnotised, if only the hypnotist takes the right approach. However, there is little evidence favoring this point of view.
Similarly, some researchers believe that developing positive attitudes, motivations, and expectancies concerning hypnosis can enhance hypnotisability, yet there is also evidence that such interventions may only affect behavioral compliance with suggestions, not the subjective experiences that lie at the core of hypnosis.
As with any other skilled performance, hypnosis is probably a matter of both aptitude and attitude: negative attitudes, motivations, and expectancies can interfere with performance, but positive ones are not by themselves sufficient to create hypnotic virtuosity.
Where does hypnosis come from?
The origins of hypnosis extend back to the ancient temples of Aesculapius, the Greek god of medicine, where advice and reassurance uttered by priests to sleeping patients was interpreted by the patients as the gods speaking to them in their dreams.
From a training in hypnosis, you will discover the history of Hypnosis – how the myths evolved, what the truth is about who has the power and see where the foundations came from, way beyond traditional psychology.
Here’s what one student remarked after taking part in a hypnosis training:
” I loved the hypnosis part of the course. For a start, I hadn’t expected to laugh quite so much or for so long, and had also not realized that hypnosis would go so far beyond my expectations. I found it to be an immensely powerful and very gentle treatment that makes profound change possible in a short time. And besides all of this, it also feels great to be hypnotized!”
Greg Southey, IT Business Consultant, Surrey.
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