How Does Hypnosis Work?

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Trance and Inducing Trance – How does verbal hypnosis work?

If you can change your mind, you can change your life. What you believe creates the actual fact. The greatest revolution of my generation is the discovery that individuals, by changing their inner attitudes of mind, can change the outer aspects of their lives. William James, 1897

When a person reads or hears a word, their unconscious mind sorts through the internal references they have for that word in order to make meaning of it. The unconscious does this very quickly; so quickly in fact that we're usually not aware of the process taking place. For example, take the sentence:

The tree swayed in the breeze.

In order to make sense of this sentence, you must have an internal reference for tree, breeze, and swayed. If the sentence made sense to you, then you probably weren't even aware of the search taking place. You may even find that you can gather information about your internal reference (E.g. by asking yourself "What colour is the tree?")  The following sentence may be trickier:

Wem polf bagglimed aj riq hoojar

Most English-speakers don't have an internal reference for these words – "Your search has returned no matches", to quote my favourite search engine.

The underlying theme is that your unconscious mind can hear and interpret things differently than your conscious mind.  Your unconscious mind looks for patterns whilst the conscious mind listens to the words. 

In hypnosis you are almost doing a magic trick by keeping the conscious mind occupied whilst you are speaking directly to the client's unconscious processes.

This principle of internal searches is the basis of how verbal hypnosis works, and it's an important part of how Erickson got the amazing results he did. In the 1970s, Richard Bandler and John Grinder spent eleven months modelling him. One of their outputs was "The Milton Model", a kind of ‘how-to' guide for using language to get the same kinds of results (linguistically) as Erickson. Milton Erickson used language systematically in his hypnotic work, often in unusual ways. These patterns were first described by Richard Bandler and John Grinder in their book Patterns of the Hypnotic Techniques of Milton H. Erickson, M. D. Vol. I.

The preparation for trance otherwise called hypnosis.

1.    Don't expect to feel hypnotised

2.    Do expect to feel relaxed

3.    You ARE in control

4.    Trance is about learning how to go into trance.

 

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