Helping you choose the right hypnotist or practitioner
A guide to “hypnotists” from within the profesion.
By John Naylor HPD.
Of course, just like people there are many differing hypnotists, with differing experience, differing approaches and differing ideas of how hypnosis is “done” and even what it is ?
A basic understanding of the state of the profession today
Over the years psychology, counselling and hypnosis have developed some very powerful and useful techniques. These techniques are not only understandable but are also learnable and they ought to be seen as “tools”.
These tools are widely offered in many courses which have are being offered in the last few years at quite extortionate prices.
It can be learnt from many different courses or books, although there are those who chose to become self taught: Derran Brown and Richard Bandler to name just a couple.
Of course there are those who don’t bother to learn these techniques at all and just rely on the oldest technique of all “domineering someone’s will”
Although hypnosis is not just one single technique, its a collection of techniques which when offered in a certain way can be called “hypnosis”
- a technique to gain rapport with anyone
- a technique to of overcome resistance
- a technique to induce a state of relaxation
- a technique to iduce a state of “heighten susgestablility”
Hypnotist are people , although some of them would have you believe otherwise.
Some of the basic understandings the traditional hypnotist uses
1. There’s always some expectation