Here are the procedures and techniques that will make your hypnosis sessions really successful. I hope you didn't just skip over to this part of the book and miss all those other great tips. Well, if you did, after you read about what you need to do during the session, I hope you will go back over the suggestions that I made in the first part of the book.
Be a hypnotherapist who masters Age Regression Therapy. It is truly the Royal High Road of therapies. Almost nothing can compare to it. But don't make a habit of starting with age regression. If you are really well prepared and you do everything right and your client is really ready to follow your suggestions, chances are that most of your clients can have a successful first session when the first session consists of Age Regression Therapy. But some won't do so well and they may go away from the session thinking they can't be hypnotized or, even worse, that hypnosis doesn't work.
Do a Direct Suggestion Session first. Then, after you have developed a good working relationship with your client, move on to Age Regression Therapy in a subsequent session, probably the second session. This process can never hurt, and even the best subjects tend to benefit from taking this approach.
I'm going to show you how to take that first session and use it to turn your client into an ideal client for doing hypnotherapy. How? You are going to learn how to hypnotize almost every client every time. How to secretly test the level of hypnosis and then use convincers to prove to your client that she is doing great!
You are going to learn several ways to deepen the hypnosis, many of which your client will not be consciously aware of, so there is bypass of the critical factor. You will also learn how to instantly take them back to that wonderful level of hypnosis called " somnambulism" so that it only takes seconds to begin
doing the work next session.
Want more? How about learning ways to make your suggestions more powerful and more reliable than ever before? Did you know that there is an insider technique that most hypnotherapists miss when clients may be more susceptible to suggestion than any other time during the session? I'll let you in on that one too.
How would you like for your client to unconsciously reinforce suggestions for days after she has left your office? Imagine what that would do for her chances of success. She will find herself even more convinced than before that she was hypnotized and that you must be one of the greatest hypnotists ever! Yep, that is in here too.
Finally, I'm going to show you how to use those last few minutes with the client before she leaves, to increase the strength of the session, increase her confidence and cause her to expect to do ten times better next time. Enjoy Part II.
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Hypnosis is a capital instrument for relaxation and alleviating stress. It helps calm down both the brain and body, giving a useful rest. All the same it can be rather costly to hire a clinical hypnotherapist, and we might not always want one around when we would like to destress.