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When you lift the left hand, which is also operated by the right hemisphere, he
won't notice what you are doing with his arm — //you do it gently so that you don't
interrupt his images. His left arm will be automatically cataleptic, because his ...
Liz, did you know your hand was going to lift upl . . . Liz: I'm not sure of that. (Her
hand lifts in a gesture, responding to the embedded command.) It just did! Her
hand lifting just now was a very unconscious movement. One of the
Traditional hypnotists use what are called finger signals. They have one finger lift
for "yes" and another one lift for "no." Erickson had a tendency to use arms — to
have a whole arm move up relatively involuntarily. But you can use head nods, ...
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Probably the best book ever written on how to do non traditional hypnotherapy.The great thing about the book is that it teaches you algorithams or the underlying rules of hypnotherapy.You dont learn scripts but instead learn how to generate hypnotic communications as you interact with your client.Unlike Bandller's later modifications this book orients the hypnotherapist to the non verbal cues that the client is displaying throughout the hypnotic interaction-so it's an iterative process where the hypnotist acts like a biofeedback mechanism gradually pacing and leading the client to a resourceful state in which problem resolution can occur.
The book shouldn't be read once but many times over.
A masterpiece of hypnotherapeutic literature.The result of a never to be repeated synergy between Bandler and Grinder.
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