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Master Self hypnosis Now

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Master Self hypnosis Now

  1. 1. MASTER SELF HYPNOSIS NOW!
  2. 2. Defining Hypnosis ● What hypnosis is ● What hypnosis isn’t ● More education=better results!
  3. 3. Defining Hypnosis Hypnosis is a heightened state of suggestibility
  4. 4. Defining Hypnosis According to the U.S. Government: “Hypnosis is the bypass of the critical factor of the mind and acceptance of acceptable selective thinking.”
  5. 5. Defining Hypnosis Critical, what?!
  6. 6. Misconceptions of Hypnosis Do you think of... OR
  7. 7. Misconceptions of Hypnosis Hypnosis≠Hollywood ● Hypnosis cannot be done against your will ● ALL hypnosis is self hypnosis ● That means YOU are in control every step of the way!
  8. 8. Misconceptions of Hypnosis Hypnosis≠Sleep! ● A person in hypnosis is always alert ● “Sleep” in hypnosis is not to be taken literally ● If you are sleeping your are not in hypnosis
  9. 9. Misconceptions of Hypnosis Hypnosis≠Being Weak-Willed
  10. 10. Misconceptions of Hypnosis Three Keys to be Hypnotized: ● Ability to follow instructions ● An active imagination ● Average intelligence
  11. 11. Misconceptions of Hypnosis Other Hypnosis Myths: ● Hypnosis has ties to the occult ● Religious people should not practice hypnosis ● You can get “stuck” in hypnosis
  12. 12. Misconceptions of Hypnosis Unsure if you can be hypnotized?
  13. 13. Misconceptions of Hypnosis Yes, you CAN be hypnotized!
  14. 14. Misconceptions of Hypnosis Repeat three times with confidence! “I easily and effortlessly go into hypnosis!”
  15. 15. Misconceptions of Hypnosis
  16. 16. Model of the Mind The model of the mind is constantly changing... However, here are the four functions of the mind: ● Conscious Mind ● Unconscious Mind ● Subconscious Mind ● Critical Factor
  17. 17. Conscious Mind ● What you are focusing on right now ● Not limited to focusing on the present ○ Can focus on the past, future, imagination ● Smallest part of consciousness ○ Only holds 7±2 bits of information
  18. 18. Conscious Mind Name as many automobile companies as you can...go!
  19. 19. Conscious Mind How did you do?
  20. 20. Conscious Mind “Going back to the well”
  21. 21. Conscious Mind Features of the conscious mind: ● Analytical ● Logical ● Extremely limited in size ● Protective ● Willpower
  22. 22. Unconscious Mind Ivan Pavlov (1849-1936) ● Russian physiologist ● Proved the existence of the unconscious mind ● Famous for experiment with dogs
  23. 23. Unconscious Mind
  24. 24. Unconscious Mind
  25. 25. Unconscious Mind The unconscious mind is an extremely active state of consciousness ● Controls breathing ● Autonomic Nervous System ○ Controls bodily functions ● No thinking or reasoning
  26. 26. Unconscious Mind The unconscious mind controls: ● Smooth muscle responses ● The presence of feelings ● Bodily functions ● Reflexes and our immune system
  27. 27. Subconscious Mind The subconscious is responsible for you as an individual ● Beliefs ● Habits ● Moods ● ...and so much more!
  28. 28. Subconscious Mind The subconscious mind is a limitless powerhouse
  29. 29. Subconscious Mind The subconscious mind is astonishingly organized
  30. 30. Subconscious Mind
  31. 31. Subconscious Mind The subconscious mind speaks to you in intuitions, impulses, hunches, urges, etc.
  32. 32. Subconscious Mind Functions of the subconscious mind include: ● Beliefs ● Habits ● Emotions ● Imagination and creativity ● Unlimited
  33. 33. Critical Factor “Hypnosis is the bypass of the critical factor of the mind and acceptance of acceptable selective thinking.”
  34. 34. Critical Factor ● Critical factor is the “guard” between your conscious and subconscious mind ● Compares new information from conscious to old beliefs and perceptions in subconscious ● Either accepts or rejects new information ○ If accepted, weakens or reinforces habits or beliefs in the subconscious ○ If rejected, no changes occur and the information is stored in the unlimited space of memory in the subconscious
  35. 35. Experiences Associated with Hypnosis What does hypnosis feel like?
  36. 36. Experiences Associated with Hypnosis We are ALL expert hypnotists
  37. 37. Experiences Associated with Hypnosis
  38. 38. Experiences Associated with Hypnosis “Highway Hypnosis” ● The unconscious takes the wheel ● Example of “time distortion”
  39. 39. Experiences Associated with Hypnosis Other examples of time distortion...
  40. 40. Experiences Associated with Hypnosis “Hypnotic pain relief/control” ● Hypnosis can block out pain ● A hypnotized person can numb any part of the body ○ Numbed part can be transferred to relieve discomfort
  41. 41. Experiences Associated with Hypnosis “Negative Hallucinations” ● “Regular hallucinations” ○ Seeing something that doesn’t exist ● “Negative hallucinations” ○ NOT seeing something that DOES exist
  42. 42. Experiences Associated with Hypnosis When intentionally producing hypnosis you may also experience these other sensations: ● Light feeling like a floating cloud ● Heavy feeling like you are a rock ● Tingling or numbness of the fingers, toes, etc. ● Changes in body temperature ● Blocking out certain sounds, or increasing your hearing ● Eyelids flickering ● Disconnection from the body
  43. 43. Experiences Associated with Hypnosis Now we are going to get better at it and reap the benefits by doing it intentionally!
  44. 44. Brain Waves and the Hypnotic State Hypnosis is an altered state of consciousness
  45. 45. Brain Waves and the Hypnotic State Which can be measured with an EEG machine
  46. 46. Brain Waves and the Hypnotic State There are four different types of brain wave patterns: ● Beta ● Alpha ● Theta ● Delta
  47. 47. Brain Waves and the Hypnotic State Beta ● Normal, wakeful state of awareness ● Critical, rational and judgemental ● Resistant to new information ● 15 to 30 cycles per second
  48. 48. Brain Waves and the Hypnotic State Alpha ● Primary hypnosis state ● Internal chatter slows down ● Images and symbols dominate ● 8 to 14 cycles per second
  49. 49. Brain Waves and the Hypnotic State Theta ● Profound hypnosis state ● State of deep meditation ● Pain defying feats can occur ● 4 to 7 cycles per second
  50. 50. Brain Waves and the Hypnotic State Delta ● Essentially a comatose state ● No suggestions are received ● 4 or less cycles per second
  51. 51. Stanford University School of Medicine Study ● Dorsal anterior cingulate less active ○ Responsible for being aware of external environment ● Connections became stronger or disconnected ○ Connections that became stronger: Mind-body connection increased ○ Disconnected connections: People became less self-conscious
  52. 52. Setting the Scene Things to Remember... ● There is no “right way to go into hypnosis” ● It is possible to immediately go into self-hypnosis ○ Anytime...anywhere! ● Interruptions will occur ○ Expect it! ● Consider turning off your cell phone ● Show disruptive pets the door!
  53. 53. Setting the Scene 1. Make the room adequately dark 2. Lie down on a couch, bed, or yoga mat (make sure head is propped up!) 3. Grab a blanket 4. Light some incense 5. Use headphones My Five Keys to Setting the Scene
  54. 54. Crafting Effective Suggestions
  55. 55. Crafting Effective Suggestions Effective Suggestions Contain These Qualities: ● Simple ● Specific ● Positive ● Measurable ● Believable ● Behavioral ● Present or Always Tense ● Reward
  56. 56. Crafting Effective Suggestions Simple ● Potent and to the point ● Keep your suggestions short ● Complexity=weakness
  57. 57. Crafting Effective Suggestions Specific ● Subconscious mind work on path of least resistance ● Subconscious will mix up your words ○ For, example, “I want to only drink no more than one can of soda a day” can become “No, I only want to drink more than one can of soda a day.”
  58. 58. Crafting Effective Suggestions Believable ● Subconscious mind can’t tell between fact or fiction ● Be reasonable with your suggestion ● Smaller suggestions that build on your ultimate goal usually work best
  59. 59. Crafting Effective Suggestions Behavioral ● Either an increase or a decrease in behavior ○ An action must be taken
  60. 60. Crafting Effective Suggestions Present or Always Tense ● Never craft a suggestion in past or future tense ○ “I will exercise every day for 30 minutes” ● This suggests that it hasn’t happened yet
  61. 61. Crafting Effective Suggestions Positive ● Address what you DO want, not what you DON’T want! ● Eliminate negative words “not,” “no,” and “never” ● Negative words greatly affect the potency of suggestions
  62. 62. Crafting Effective Suggestions Measurable ● Measurable goals make life much easier ● Suggestions can be measured in time and even space ○ For example, “Everyday Sunday I clean my entire room.”
  63. 63. Crafting Effective Suggestions Reward ● Gets us excited and motivated ● Benefits=the reward
  64. 64. Crafting Effective Suggestions Specific Contains all of the qualities covered
  65. 65. Crafting Effective Suggestions Example: “I wish I could lose some belly fat because I’m tired of being overweight.” ● Not positive ● Not in present or always tense ● Not measurable ● No reward
  66. 66. Crafting Effective Suggestions Write down some benefits: “I will be able to fit into my jeans” or “Losing weight will make me feel empowered.”
  67. 67. Crafting Effective Suggestions Example: “Every morning when I wake up I go for a 30 minute jog, which makes me feel energized and healthy.”
  68. 68. Crafting Effective Suggestions Exercise: Think of an issue you would like to work on and develop at least three suggestions that pass the criteria you just learned.
  69. 69. Getting in the Proper Mindset 1. Define your purpose for a session 2. Clear your mind (get your “hypnosis face” on!) Before Inducing Hypnosis
  70. 70. Getting in the Proper Mindset ● Remind yourself of your purpose before inducing hypnosis ● Defining your goal keeps you focused ○ Being focused can still be fun and relaxing Defining Your Purpose
  71. 71. Getting in the Proper Mindset ● Only think about your goals ● Create a pre-hypnosis ritual ● Get into a relaxed state Clearing Your Mind
  72. 72. Getting in the Proper Mindset ● Listen to pleasant music ● Take a warm bath ● Aromatherapy ● ....yawning! Tips to Assist you in the Proper Mindset
  73. 73. Getting in the Proper Mindset ● Self-Hypnosis is not as fragile of a practice as meditation ● Don’t give passing thoughts energy Finals Thoughts
  74. 74. Getting in the Proper Mindset Now Go Get Your “Hypnosis Face” On!
  75. 75. Inducing Hypnosis ● Purpose of an induction is to induce the hypnotic state ● Inductions come in many forms (relaxation, surprise, fear, etc.) ● Inductions can last for hours or seconds
  76. 76. Inducing Hypnosis ● Most popular self-hypnosis induction ● Utilizes mental and physical relaxation simultaneously ● Progressive relaxation induction contains two things: ○ Frequent use of the word “relax” ○ Suggesting that each body part relaxes Progressive Relaxation Induction
  77. 77. Inducing Hypnosis ● Start out by suggesting that each time you think the word “relax” or say it out loud, you begin to feel it throughout your body ● The word “relax” is your key that will unlock any stress or discomfort ● Use the image of a “white light” to cover your entire body Progressive Relaxation Induction
  78. 78. Inducing Hypnosis ● The oldest and most classic of the induction methods ● Instructions: a. Focus on an object b. Suggest that it is your only concern c. Suggest that your eyes are becoming heavier and want to close ● Candles and incense sticks are great to use for this induction Eye Fixation Induction
  79. 79. Inducing Hypnosis ● Utilizes double-binds ● Instructions: a. Suggest that one hand feels lighter than the other b. Lift lighter hand and stare at your palm c. Suggest that there is big magnet in the center of palm d. Suggest that there is also a magnet in the center of your forehead e. Allow the hand and forehead to come together f. Close your eyes and go into hypnosis when they touch Magnetic Induction
  80. 80. Inducing Hypnosis ● Post-hypnotic suggestions give us this power ○ For example, “the next time I choose to do hypnosis I will simply say (INSERT HYPNOTIC CUE) and go right back into this state of hypnosis or deeper.” ○ We can use these to enter hypnosis or go to sleep ○ This saves us a ton of time Inducing Hypnosis Through Word or Phrase
  81. 81. Inducing Hypnosis ● There are thousands of ways to induce hypnosis ● Don’t get overwhelmed ● Find the one(s) that suit you best ● Check out the scripts in this section Final Thoughts
  82. 82. Deepening
  83. 83. Deepening The Two Main Types of Deepeners: 1. Counting 2. Visualization
  84. 84. Deepening Deepen with Counting ● Perform a slow count of 1-10 ● Suggesting each number brings you 10% deeper into hypnosis ● Suggest your body is relaxing between numbers
  85. 85. Deepening Deepen with Visualization ● Spiral Staircase method most popular ● Each step takes your deeper ● Usually involves a pleasant scene ● Ascending stairs may work better for some
  86. 86. Deepening Additional Deepening Techniques 1. Fractionation 2. Pyramiding of Inductions
  87. 87. Deepening Fractionation Fractionation-slightly emerging and then quickly going back into hypnosis, resulting in a deeper state ● ...“on the count of three I'm going to open my eyes, then I will immediately snap my fingers and return to this level of hypnosis, or deeper.” ● Extremely powerful and proven technique
  88. 88. Deepening Pyramiding of Inductions Pyramiding of Inductions-doing an induction immediately after completion of a previous one ● There is no limit to how many you can stack ● Useful technique for beginners ● After a while, most find their perfect induction
  89. 89. Deepening Closing Tip Throughout the session, you can suggest, “I easily and effortlessly go deeper with each passing minute.”
  90. 90. Techniques
  91. 91. Techniques Post-Hypnotic Suggestion ● Suggestion carried out by your subconscious mind AFTER the session ● Instantly induce hypnotic state in future session ● Used as a deepener
  92. 92. Techniques Post-Hypnotic Suggestion in the Waking State ● Suggest a physical gesture to use in waking state ● For example, rubbing fingers together when you crave a cigarette ● Other examples include: -putting hands through your hair -adjusting the collar on your shirt -clenching your fist
  93. 93. Techniques Direct Drive ● Works on principle of repetition ● Repeat your suggestions at least 15 times in a row ● Your subconscious mind LOVES repetition!
  94. 94. Convincers Know that you’re hypnotized!
  95. 95. Convincers Eye Lock ● Most popular convincer ● “as my eyelids are pressing together they are becoming tighter. As I count from one to three they will twitch and tighten. When I get to three, I will try to open them, but you will NOT be able too...”
  96. 96. Convincers Arm Lock ● Arm completely locked ● Suggest that your arm is “stiff and rigid like a bar of steel”
  97. 97. Convincers Magnetic Fingers Instructions: 1. Clasp hands together with fingers intertwined 2. Space fingers apart 3. Each exhale makes your fingers more connected (as if there were magnets on the tips of your fingers)
  98. 98. Convincers Heavy Arm Instructions: 1. Determine which arm feels heavier 2. Suggest the heavy arm becomes even heavier 3. If it still doesn’t feel heavier, imagine you are trying to hold a heavy dictionary in that hand
  99. 99. Convincers Final thoughts ● Customize convincers as you see fit ● Convincers also act as deepeners ● Convincers are the final piece of preparation
  100. 100. Emerging
  101. 101. Emerging The “Not Recommended” Way ● “The cold water approach” Emerging by saying, “Ok, emerge!” ● Not pleasant and happens too sudden
  102. 102. Emerging Typical Way To Emerge ● Count of five ● “In a moment, I'm going to count from one to five. When I get to five, I will open my eyes and emerge. Feeling wide awake and refreshed.”
  103. 103. Emerging Follow the three R's of emerging: ● Reiterate ● Reinforce ● Rejuvenate
  104. 104. Emerging Reiterate ● Recap the suggestions given during your session ● Example, “One, I am a non-smoker and will continue to be a non-smoker for the rest of my life...two….
  105. 105. Emerging Reinforce ● Used after session and similar to a post-hypnotic suggestion ● After session, object, color, or action becomes prevalent in your life ● Example, “Every time I see the color red, it reinforces every positive suggestion I have accepted today.”
  106. 106. Emerging Rejuvenate ● Used to reduce grogginess ● For example, simply suggest that, “upon emerging, I will be awake, alert and back to wakeful awareness”
  107. 107. Emerging Final Thoughts ● At the beginning of the emerging phase I will suggest that, “with each number I will become 20% closer to being fully emerged.” ● You may want to fall asleep instead of emerge ○ Suggest, “at the count of five I will absorb the suggestions accepted by my subconscious mind and drift into a peaceful dream state.”

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