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The most basic level of trance issimply closing the eyes. This is not considered to be a very deep level of trance at all ...
They aren’t really in a trance at all and aren’t really responding“involuntarily” to the suggestions implanted by a stage ...
All they’re really doing is giving themselves the excuse to act   like a fool in public and do     things they would never...
The first real level of hypnotictrance is moving or lowering the hand in response to cues from the therapist guiding the c...
According to one susceptibilityscale, this level is preceded byphysical signs of drowsiness –     swaying and the like.
However, these can only beseen if the subject is in the right  starting position – it’s hard to sway if you’re lying down ...
The next level is either gaugedby the inability to move one arm  or the patient moving his/herhands apart in response to c...
After these early levels (with  scores of 1 or 2) come the deeper ones where the mindinfluences the experiences of        ...
In a medium-deep trance, the subject experiences hallucinations    in response to cues from thetherapist – they can percei...
After the hallucination stagecomes the level of trance where        age regression is   possible, where the brainaccesses ...
A hypnotherapist can test if thesubject is at the threshold of the deepest levels of trance whenhe or she passes the smell...
A strong-smelling substance isheld under the nose, but if the  trance is deep enough, the    subject cannot smell it.
Another threshold test at this level of trance is the voicehallucination – the subject hears disembodied voices   speaking...
Again, the similarity between  this hallucination and the  experiences of yogis andshamans during self-induced       tranc...
In the deepest levels of trance –levels that carry a score of 11 or 12 – the patient responds to  post-hypnotic suggestions.
This means that their behaviourwill be affected when they come        out of the trance.
At the very deepest level of    hypnosis of all, the client experiences amnesia – he orshe cannot remember details of  the...
This deepest level is the stuff   that sci-fi thrillers often play    around with, but this statecannot be reached against...
There are a lot of health, wellness and mentalbenefits of Hypnosis that is why  more and more people are   recognizing it ...
Do you want to know howpowerful HYPNOSIS is?
What happens during a hypnotic trance
What happens during a hypnotic trance
What happens during a hypnotic trance
What happens during a hypnotic trance
What happens during a hypnotic trance
What happens during a hypnotic trance
What happens during a hypnotic trance
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http://positivetranceformations.com.au/hypnotherapy-brisbane Hypnotherapy is based upon the theory of the mind-body relationship, meaning that being able to access the subconscious can impact a change in the body or outlook in life. Through hypnosis, an enhanced healing potential is expected.

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  1. 1. positivetranceformations.com.au
  2. 2. The most basic level of trance issimply closing the eyes. This is not considered to be a very deep level of trance at all and has a score of zero.
  3. 3. They aren’t really in a trance at all and aren’t really responding“involuntarily” to the suggestions implanted by a stage hypnotist.
  4. 4. All they’re really doing is giving themselves the excuse to act like a fool in public and do things they would never normally do otherwise.
  5. 5. The first real level of hypnotictrance is moving or lowering the hand in response to cues from the therapist guiding the client through the stages of trance.
  6. 6. According to one susceptibilityscale, this level is preceded byphysical signs of drowsiness – swaying and the like.
  7. 7. However, these can only beseen if the subject is in the right starting position – it’s hard to sway if you’re lying down on a couch.
  8. 8. The next level is either gaugedby the inability to move one arm or the patient moving his/herhands apart in response to cues from the therapist.
  9. 9. After these early levels (with scores of 1 or 2) come the deeper ones where the mindinfluences the experiences of the body.
  10. 10. In a medium-deep trance, the subject experiences hallucinations in response to cues from thetherapist – they can perceive that a fly or a mosquito is in the room near them, and their brain produces the auditory signals telling them that the insect is buzzing nearby.
  11. 11. After the hallucination stagecomes the level of trance where age regression is possible, where the brainaccesses memory and relives it.
  12. 12. A hypnotherapist can test if thesubject is at the threshold of the deepest levels of trance whenhe or she passes the smell test.
  13. 13. A strong-smelling substance isheld under the nose, but if the trance is deep enough, the subject cannot smell it.
  14. 14. Another threshold test at this level of trance is the voicehallucination – the subject hears disembodied voices speaking to him or her.
  15. 15. Again, the similarity between this hallucination and the experiences of yogis andshamans during self-induced trance is striking.
  16. 16. In the deepest levels of trance –levels that carry a score of 11 or 12 – the patient responds to post-hypnotic suggestions.
  17. 17. This means that their behaviourwill be affected when they come out of the trance.
  18. 18. At the very deepest level of hypnosis of all, the client experiences amnesia – he orshe cannot remember details of the trance or that they have even entered the trance state.
  19. 19. This deepest level is the stuff that sci-fi thrillers often play around with, but this statecannot be reached against yourwill and a conscious decision onthe part of the client to enter the trance and go deep.
  20. 20. There are a lot of health, wellness and mentalbenefits of Hypnosis that is why more and more people are recognizing it as a great treatment alternative.
  21. 21. Do you want to know howpowerful HYPNOSIS is?
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