Gil demonstrates the hand closing induction, followed by the modified Elman arm drop deepener and mental relaxation deepener.
This technique is named Wolberg Arm Levitation in honour of Dr. Lewis Wolberg, medical psychiatrist and famed hypnotism pioneer and researcher. It can be used as a suggestibility test or as an induction. As a suggestibility test, the subject’s eyes are open and trance has not been induced. As a deepening technique, hypnosis has already… [Read More]
In this video, Gil demonstrates the rapid induction that he originated, and which he is perhaps most famous for.
In this video, Gil demonstrates the standing rapid induction, eye catalepsy, automatic motion, and conditioning with post-hypnotic re-induction.
The direct gaze induction is one of the most effective hypnosis inductions a hypnotherapist can employ, although it takes some practice to master. In this video, Gil demonstrates the direct gaze induction, eye catalepsy and post hypnotic re-induction.
In this video, Gil demonstrates a number of deepeners, and how a person is willing to entrust their balance or equilibrium to the hypnotist.
In this video, Gil discusses various indicators of hypnosis, and how the critical factor of the conscious mind can be bypassed to allow suggestions to be more readily accepted. Gil demonstrates this by asking the subject to forget a number, and by asking her to adopt a new name for the duration of the demonstration.
In this video, Gil demonsrates how to use a rapid induction with a subject who is standing, and how to safely guide the subject to the floor. This rapid induction takes just seconds, and earned Gil the title of “World’s fastest hypnotist”.
In this video, Gil demonstrates the effective use of the rocking deepener.
Gil Boyne has just returned from Hungary, where he was invited as guest of honour to teach a special Master Class. His visit created a great deal of media attention; watch Gil hypnotise Hungary’s top TV talk show presenter.