Do a good pretalk Remove fears and misconceptions and build trust

Hypnosis is a normal and spontaneous state of mind that all human beings have experienced thousands of times. But if the client comes into your office filled with fears and misconceptions regarding hypnosis, he or she will be able to inhibit the response.

So it is very important that you have a pre-talk that you can deliver to the client that will take care of most, if not all, of these fears and misconceptions built upon what they think can or will happen if they are hypnotized.

Some things that should be covered are: Hypnosis is not sleep.

Hypnosis is a naturally occurring state of mind. You have experienced a form of hypnosis if you: have daydreamed;

missed an exit on the freeway or expressway; cried because you were watching a movie; have become frightened while reading. The hypnotist cannot control you. You cannot get stuck in hypnosis. No one has ever been hurt by hypnosis. All hypnosis is self-hypnosis.

The worse thing that can happen is that they could go to sleep and not go into hypnosis.

Then take some time to explain what you mean by the conscious, subconscious and unconscious levels of the mind. This will promote understanding when you use the terms and help to de-mystify them.

Advanced Hypnosis For Newbies

Advanced Hypnosis For Newbies

For anyone concerned that this is a report designed to teach readers how to convince crowds of people to act like chickens or dance to an unheard song just with a carefully placed keyword - relax. While hypnosis is often paraded in that form with large crowds visiting celebrity hypnosis experts to see what wonders they can perform, the majority of hypnosis used is to aid people seeking a solution to a problem they cannot resolve easily with any other method.

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