An Article about how techniques for inducing hypnosis have changed over the years - from the Independent Newspaper, England by John McCrone. Hypnosis can be explained as a form of self-induced sensory deprivation…well perhaps.
Here are 3 different hypnotic induction techniques. The first is based on utilizing a person's leisure interests, the second is a more structured technique that many hypnotherapists use, that we have refined to make
Trainee hypnotherapists need to know when someone is going into trance or is already experiencing hypnotic trance, because when people go into hypnosis many changes occur, and the hypnotherapist needs to utilise these changes.
People enjoy participating in leisure activities for many reasons but not many people realise that one of the main reasons they enjoy it so much is because they enter a trance state as part
One of the most classic hypnosis inductions is the Arm Levitation Induction. This class of induction has been used by most hypnotherapists over time and the idea is that as the client’s arm raises