Inductions for analytical and non-analytical subjects
Are there hypnotic induction techniques suitable for both analytical and non-analytical subjects? The answer is yes.
On the basis of the principle according to which hypnosis is a process of self-hypnosis, which necessarily requires the availability and permission of the person, it is a matter of choosing the "unconsciously most welcome" mode, therefore the preferable inductive methods for her (even if she does not know she has this preference).
On a professional level in the study and also in the classroom when made possible by the academic program, I reason in terms of "To each his trance": through a multiplicity of profiling tools (such as theenneagram, la Morphophysiognomy, the body language, the NLP representational systems etc) and different tests both verbal and non-verbal, you get to create a real to own "Hypnotic dress" tailored, each person is as unique as his or her experience of hypnosis.
In this lesson we learn two inductions that I like to define "passepartout", Because they open the doors of the unconscious with ease, suitable for both analytical and non-analytical subjects. They are so simple as to be suitable in some way for everyone as a beginning.
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