A suggestion is an idea that reaches the mind through the five physical senses and/or the basic perceptions. When you read a book, you discover many ideas but they can become suggestions only when they begin to move into your internal mental system. When you begin to classify and identify and filter them as “Now, […]
In learning to hypnotize you must first learn to recognize suggestibility. As you gain experience you will develop an intuitive feeling about the suggestibility of the individual – but in the beginning of your career, you can give tests to discover your subject’s initial level of suggestibility. The subject must be somewhat relaxed and free […]
The quality of response differs from one subject to another. The subject responds according to the way he interprets the suggestion and his willingness to accept it. Instructions can be suggested to the subject but whether they are accepted and acted upon depends on the ability of the operator to persuade the subject to agreement. […]
A Suggestion is an idea that reaches the mind through the five physical senses, and/or the sixth sense, intuition. In addition, all sensory input routes continually receive data from verbal, nonverbal, intraverbal and extraverbal communications as well as information about our environment such as thermal and pressure sensations and kinaesthetic awareness. Suggestibility is a measurement […]
In this topic, Gil shares the first five of his 10 rules for creating suggestions.
Part II of Gil’s Rules of the Mind Topic in which Gil shares five more of his rules for creating hypnotic suggestions.
Teaching your client self hypnosis (or using it yourself) can dramatically increase your results. Here are the mechanics that make autosuggestion effective – there are six steps to follow.
In order to familiarize yourself with the use of the rules for creating effective programming, study the following suggestion programming.