Why Everyone in the Medical Profession Should Consider Learning Hypnosis
If you are in the medical profession then your goal is to help people. You want to help them fight illness and live a healthier life. This is true whether you are a massage therapist, a nurse, a mid-wife, a doctor, or a counselor. So why should you consider adding hypnosis to your practice?
The tendency to associate, or the Law of Association as it is known, can be used in a variety of ways to persuade or influence others. In this article, I’ll be sharing this persuasion technique with you.Persuasion And Influence – Leveraging On The Law Of Reciprocation
You probably have heard of the saying “what goes around comes around”. This saying especially holds true in the field of persuasion and is known as the Law of Reciprocation. The idea is that if you were to do someone a favor, the person would be morally obliged to return this favor. The Law of Reciprocation can be used in many situations to your advantage.
“Do not think of a dog.” Immediately, an image of a dog will appear in your mind when you read the word “dog”. This is a classic example of framing. Framing is widely used, especially by politicians, as it is considered to be among the most powerful persuasion techniques.Power of Conversational Hypnosis – Review!
Making a few hypnotherapists’ eyebrows raise is this new book by Igor Ledochowski – Power of Conversational Hypnosis. As described by the author himself in his official website, this book contains the deepest and most well-kept secrets in covert hypnosis. Let us take a closer look at what’s making the world of hypnotherapy buzz.