The patient is guided into self-hypnosis and is then asked to repeat the following statements after the hypnotherapist:
1. I_deserve to live my life with respect and dignity.
2. I_deserve to live my life to the fullest.
3. I_ am an adult, mature individ ual, intelligent, educated, clever, ingenious, tolerant, creative, and wish to get well.
4. Any emotional disagreements will be resolved on a psychological level through internal dialogue, writing in the journal, therapeutic sessions, writing poetry, and developing a new understanding of the difference between the past and the present.
5. Any internal conflicts will be resolved on a psychological level.
6. I_ give my word of honor and vow that I will do no harm to myself externally, internally, passively or actively, intentionally or unintentionally, and I will resolve all my conflicts and emotional disagreements on a psychological level.
7. I_as a whole person, including all of my parts and ego-states as well, as alters and fragments, deserve to heal, recover, and to get well.
8. I_as a whole person give my word of honor and vow to do whatever is necessary in this therapy to heal, recover, and to get well.
9. Every day in every way, I continue on the road to full recovery. I gain new insight, new understanding, and new energy in the determination to recover, heal, and get well.
10. Every day and every way, I am getting better and better.
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HYPNOTISM is by no means a new art. True, it has been developed into a science in comparatively recent years. But the principles of thought control have been used for thousands of years in India, ancient Egypt, among the Persians, Chinese and in many other ancient lands. Miracles of healing by the spoken word and laying on of hands are recorded in many early writings.