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American Hypnosis Training Ask the client ask the unconscious assist the client auditory Bandler begin behavior BMIRs calibrate client step client to step clinician color Concepts adapted Connirae Andreas core belief cue picture described Direct the client ecology check Elicit a separator Ericksonian Hypnosis event example exercise experience experienced firing the anchor Future pace goal Guide the client Hypnosis Training Academy hypnotic rapport imagine induction Instruct the client internal representation kinesthetic Leslie Cameron-Bandler limiting belief look manual McHugh meta-model metaphor modality movie Neuro-Linguistic Programming nonverbal responses past Perform an ecology person phobia positive intention preferred belief Present Self position problem situation PROCEDURE questions relaxation Reorient the client Repeat Steps resource revivify Ron Klein scene sensations Six-Step Reframe story submodality distinctions technique Test therapeutic therapeutic metaphor therapist timeline touch anchor trance transderivational search transform trigger unconscious level unconscious mind utilize verbal anchors visual
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Page 4 - ... elicits, independent of the communicator's intentions; 2) Resistance is a comment upon the inflexibility of the communicator; 3) There is no substitute for clean, active sensory channels; 4) People have all the resources necessary to make any desired change; 5) The positive worth of the individual is held constant while the value and appropriateness of internal and/or external behavior is questioned.] Mundy: lt's super stuff.
Page 2 - All distinctions which human beings are able to make concerning our environment and our behavior can be usefully represented through the visual, auditory, kinesthetic, olfactory, and gustatory senses.
Page 1 - The ability to change the process by which we experience reality is more often valuable than changing the content of our experience of reality.