There are three accessing cues that only I can use to activate my self-hypnosis programme. The three cues are;
Firstly, I have the intention to enter self-hypnosis.
Secondly, that I am in a safe place so that I can relax as I am now.
Thirdly, using my usual speaking voice, or in my mind, I count from one toward ten, entering hypnosis only between 6 and 10.
The instant I enter hypnosis, I am deeper than I am now, each time deeper than the time before. The very instant I enter hypnosis, I am in full control, and being in full control means that I respond hypnotically only to my intended instructions and programmes. Being in full control means that I am protected from random thought having any hypnotic influence. Full control means that I am protected from random image having any hypnotic influence. Full control means that I am protected from random sound having any hypnotic influence.
Only my intended instructions are given any hypnotic authority.
While in hypnosis I can give myself any suggestions in any way that pleases me. I can think them, whisper them, speak them aloud, record them or use any other way that pleases me.
When I have finished with hypnosis and am ready to exit, all that I need to do is count to 5. I can count aloud or count in my mind, either way, on five each time, on five, I am out of hypnosis, fully out of hypnosis.
This programme is my control of my hypnosis. Only I can activate it, and every time I use this programme and enter hypnosis, I automatically strengthen it and it works better and better.
I now ask my unconscious to take this programme and lock it away in the very deepest area of my mind, safe and secure. My hypnosis is now of a better and better quality each and every time I enter it.
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These techniques will work for stage hypnosis or hypnotherapy, however, they are taught here for information purposes only. After reading this book you will have the knowledge and ability necessary to hypnotise people, but please do not practice hypnosis without first undergoing more intensive study.