Polarity responders at first can come across as negative or "resistant" clients. They can easily frustrate hypnotists who just want to help but it's as if the hypnotist is hitting a brick wall. You can easily avoid this frustration by understanding that it's not the client being negative or resistant (in most cases and assuming you screen your clients first) and it's nothing personal toward you. The polarity response is wired into to how these clients think. It's often tied to curiosity, problem solving, and creative thinking. Embrace the polarity response and use it!
2 Key Ways to Utilize Polarity Responses In Your Hypnosis Sessions
1) The Knot Induction
You can use their response as the path way into hypnosis as described in the video. When you have them negate your statements as described above you are indirectly inviting the client to give herself simple embedded suggestions. The key is to emphasize the...
Even after all these years hypnosis is still shrouded in myth, suspicion, and misinformation in the general public's imaginings. Sometimes even hypnotists fall into the trap of believing urban legends about hypnosis. These myths aren't from pop culture however, they are passed around hypnosis circles as if they were truth. Throughout our training careers we have heard a number of these myths from students and experienced hypnotists alike and we wanted to take a moment to reframe some of the most common myths we have heard.
If you haven't experienced these beliefs then congratualtions for being ahead of the game. If you have experienced these beliefs then also congratualtions for stepping in a new direction.
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NLP modeling techniques and Deep Trance Identification both have the end goal of helping people to step into greater levels of personal excellence by teaching us how to learn from others who are masterful in the areas that we would like to improve.
Modeling and DTI come at this from different ends of the spectrum. NLP modeling is a deductive process that relies on the modeler to consciously elicit and impliment unconscious information from the model. DTI on the other hand is an inductive approach that allows both the modeler and model to experience the skill and way of being on the uncsoncious level rather than making it conscious.
An example of this would be the hypnotist who spends hundreds of hours analyzing Milton Erickson's work and creating a conscious explanation for it versus the hypnotist who steps into Erickson's shoes and feels what it is like to do hypnosis as Erickson.
Both approaches compliment each other and are useful in the...