Hypnosis Tip – Rapport Building By Sensory Acuity and Calibration

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Sensory Acuity is the art of paying attention to minor shifts in skin tone, speech patterns, movement, rhythm, and other non-verbal cues that we all give out as our psychological states change. Noticing these shifts, which can range from minimal to striking in their intensity is the key to calibrating the way an individual is processing their thoughts.

In order to deliberately build rapport with another person, we need to be able to see, hear and feel the rhythms they are using in order to match them. A person's thought process is very closely tied with their physiology. A dog senses your fear: how did he know if you didn't tell him. If a friend is depressed, most of us can tell without even talking with them. We pick up these clues from their body: slumped shoulders, eyes downcast, head down, lack of animation. Sensory acuity takes these observations beyond the more obviously recognizable clues and uses the physical feedback in addition to someone's words to gain as much from communication as possible.

The quality of your communication is dependent at least to some degree on your ability to calibrate to another person's emotional states, behavioural preferences, and patterns. Snap judgements about what specific behaviours "mean" rarely are accurate. To increase your calibration skills, it’s important to test your results with objective data (ask them!). Without testing, there is no reliable increase in skill.

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What can we calibrate to?

Here are just a few of the many signals you might wish to learn to notice on a more regular basis.

•    Blink rate / pattern
•    Head position / changes
•    Breathing rate / pattern / shifts
•    Pupil dilation / contraction
•    Smiling / frowning
•    Nostril dilation
•    Upper / lower lip movement, lower lip swelling with blood
•    Eyebrow movement / scrunching / lifting
•    Fingertips on face or lips,
•    Hands open / closed / tension
•    Body lean
•    Tension in body
•    Shoulders raise quickly & unconsciously
•    Audio tonal changes when answering
•    Tension in skin
•    etc.

Few if any of the above signals "mean" anything in and of themselves. Body Language is not about learning to attach some arbitrary meaning to each of the above. The real goal is in AVOIDING assigning our own meanings to what these signals mean to someone else, and to allow our own calibration skills to determine what each particular set of these and othhttp://londonhypnotherapynlp.co.uk/site/wp-admin/post.php?post=1236&action=editer signals means to someone else.

 

By letting our subjects teach us what each "set" of signals means, we avoid inappropriate mind-reading, and we learn how to communicate more effectively with each individual. The typical example is in watching people who like to cross their arms, and making the mistake that that behaviour MUST mean that they're closed to new ideas. They might be very open-minded, and just be most comfortable in that posture. So, with lots of calibration, we find out what each signal or set of signals means to each unique person. And then we can much more effectively read and understand another person's behaviour.

 

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