Mastering the Art of Self Hypnosis

Kenneth Grossman Millpond Publishing P.O. Box 255371 Sacramento, CA 95865 Tel 800-810-5936 Email info kengrossman.com Website www.KenGrossman.com Copyright 2005 by Dr. Kenneth Grossman All rights reserved worldwide First Edition 2002 The author has asserted his moral rights in accordance with the Copyright Act 1987. No part of this book may be reprinted or reproduced or transmitted or utilised in any form, by print, electronic, mechanical, or any other means, now known or...

The Memory of the Subconscious

According to the theory of hypnosis, the subconscious remembers everything. I have hypnotized many individuals and worked with them to regress back in time to the day they took their first steps. And they remembered everything. They would describe where they were, who was with them, what the room looked like, how unsteady their legs felt and even the emotions they experienced after their Mommy or Daddy picked them up and told them what a good little girl or boy they were. Now to understand why...

The Critical Restrictor

Think of your conscious mind also as a critical restrictor. The conscious mind is famous for the words I can't or I could never. Sometimes when we desire to do something new and positive, our conscious mind begins to tell us all the reasons why it will not work. I call this the little me - the ego part of us that is averse to change and seeks and finds reasons why goals cannot be attained. The induction serves as the distracter for little me (conscious), keeping it either too busy or too...

The Sound of Your Voice

This course is designed in such a way that upon completion you will have all the information required to make your own self-hypnosis tape. The first lesson in doing this is the sound of your voice. Practice speaking in a low toned, and in a very calm manner. In technical terms, this is called hypnotic patter. Hypnotic patter can be described as a monotonous, calm and continuous voice. Using inflections on key words repetitively is also part of the patter. When thinking of patter, think of the...

Example of a Progressive Relaxation Script

Take a deep breath in - now let it all out. As I get into a very comfortable position, I am concentrating on my breath, breathing deeply and slowly. In a very few moments I will be more relaxed than I've ever known myself to be. I'm going to mention certain parts of my body, and as I do, I feel that part begin to relax - I just feel that part begin to relax. I visualize myself on a very beautiful little white sailboat. I feel the sun warming every muscle,...

Preparation for Writing the Hypnotic Script

Are you a Visual, Auditory or Kinesthetic This lesson gives you the instructions needed to successfully customize your self-hypnosis to your learning patterns Your assignment in this class will be to write a Hypnotic Script so that you can tape a self-hypnosis session. However, before you begin writing your script, you need to figure out the easiest way for your mind to respond to suggestion. This is as people receive information via the sensory organs and we tend to favor one sensory system...