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But it's very easy to think about a raindrop resting on a leaf." Even though those
two things aren't related, people will relax a lot more thinking about a raindrop
than they will trying to relax. One of the things that impressed me more than
anything else about Milton Erickson was that he did not use hypnosis as a direct
tool. If he wanted someone to be colorblind, he didn't say "Become colorblind."
He'd say "Have you ever read a book? What does it mean to have a book read (
red)? It ...
The point is that there are many words that sound meaningful but aren't.
Nominalizations always sound meaningful, but that doesn't mean that they are. If
you want to get someone's unconscious to do something, nominalizations are
exactly the kind of words that you can use effectively to do that. Let me give you a
general way to think about making up process instructions, because in addition to
copying the kind of instructions we've been demonstrating here, you can make up
your own ...
Words that have phonological ambiguity can be marked out analogically and
combined with other words to form a separate message. For example, "/ don't
know how close you are to understanding now the meaning of trance." The
message marked out can be heard as "eye close now." b) Syntactic ambiguity. A
classic example of syntactic ambiguity is the following: "Hypnotizing hypnotists
can be tricky." This sentence can mean either that hypnotists practicing hypnosis
can be tricky, ...
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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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