The Power of Conversational Hypnosis
Conversational or covert hypnosis is a powerful tool. The power of conversational hypnosis is used in many situations. Cult leaders use it to subtly influence their followers and may explain why 909 people including children knowingly committed mass suicide in Jonestown, Guyana, by drinking cyanide as instructed by cult leader Jim Jones. Joe Vitale said, “Covert hypnosis is the most powerful stuff I’ve ever seen for selling, persuading and motivating.”
Influence is simple. Two people make a connection through what is familiar. One person makes a change, and the other person follows. Under all the complexities of teaching, selling, parenting, or managing, there are two people who are paying attention to each other. When you think about applying your hypnosis training now, you can notice that it’s easy to let go of the complexity and simply focus on what you want. You can listen better, distinguish the message from the way it is delivered, and make positive suggestions to improve your relationships.Personality, Traits and Hypnotisability – Does Personality Affect Our Response To Hypnosis?
A great deal of research and study has been done exploring elements of personality and what it means in relation to our responsiveness to hypnosis. There is plenty of research that has been carried out examining a variety of standardised personality tests and profiles in relation to hypnotisability, and of the research I have seen and the meta analyses I have read, there seems to be similar results. In 1992 professor Irving Kirsch and Council had work featured in a book by Fromm and Nash Contemporary Hypnosis Research and concluded that out of all the personality tests, profiling systems…
Most people tend to question the fuss that’s associated with subliminal technology. There are quite a number of people who’ve proved beyond reasonable doubt that subliminal is among the best form of self help therapies, unlike other conventional therapies such as yoga and hypnosis, subliminal is widely accepted all over the globe. Many people tend to think that subliminal therapy was invented with the rise of computer technology, this is not the case. Subliminal technology first came to the limelight in early 18th century; the technology has been in use since then. The hype of the technology in early 1980’s led to the ban of the same, during this time a number of companies used the power of subliminal in advertising their products.Choosing The Right NLP Intervention To Have A Powerful, Positive Impact On Others
There is no one NLP intervention that is going to be best in all situations. Each problem must be assessed individually to determine the best course of action for treatment. By getting at the core of the issue, an intervention can be tailored to a specific person for the best results.