Hypnotic Induction Techniques

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Hypnosis induction techniques are never the same. Not all hypnotherapists follow the same induction techniques on their patients for positive results. From time to time new and better hypnosis induction techniques are tried and adopted. This gives way to new and better approaches and old useless therapies are discarded. There are a few new hypnosis induction techniques that are adopted these days by hypnotherapists. Some of these new hypnosis induction techniques are discussed here.

The first latest technique that is used for hypnosis induction technique is the closing of eyes and fixation. In this the patient is asked to concentrate on a particular object either stationary or moving. This focus in a particular direction channelizes all the energy in a particular direction and thus makes a person completely engrossed in a particular thing. The next technique that many hypnotherapists try on their patient is asking the patient to calm and get rid of all the exhaustion. In similar other techniques the patient is asked to complete relax and forget worrying about the dilemmas of life. For this to happen perfectly patient must cooperate with the hypnotherapists.

Patients agreement is a must in all of these techniques otherwise the end the result will be useless and there will be no change in the patient. In induction techniques like mental misdirection the patient is asked to respond physically to a particular stimulus which might have occurred because of imagination. In hypnosis induction technique named as loss of equilibrium the patient is forwarded to a state of hypnotism by analyzing and concentrating on the movements of body. A technique which involves giving shock to the nervous system involves some serious techniques which must be performed only in the presence and guidance of an experienced hypnotherapist. 

All such hypnosis induction techniques are quite useful in initiating a state of hypnotism in a person. It is recommended that such techniques should only be tried on others if you are experienced and professional.

Other resources related to hypnosis induction techniques:

  • Hypnosis induction - Info Barrel
  • - If the procedure is properly followed and the patient or subject fully cooperates, the hypnosis sleep can be induced. This 'eye-fixation' method later met with several variations and alternatives and new hypnosis induction techniques ...

  • Conversational Hypnosis – Hypnotic Induction Techniques
  • - A hypnotic induction is an introduction to hypnosis in which the subject is guided through a suggestion to relax, concentrate, or focus his attention on a particular object, the purpose of which is to induce an altered state of ...

  • Hypnotic Induction Techniques
  • - Hypnosis induction techniques are never the same. Not all hypnotherapists follow the same induction techniques on their patients for positive results. From time to time new and better hypnosis induction techniques are tried and adopted. ...

  • The Hypnotic Induction: Three Ways of Creating the Trance State ...
  • - Methods of enabling clients to access the hypnotic trance are known as hypnotic inductions. Different methods suit different people. Three of these methods include hypnotic induction through eye fixation, relaxation and the confusion method of inducing hypnotic trance ... Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company The Art of Hypnosis: Mastering Basic Techniques, C. Roy Hunter. Zeig, Tucker & Co. The Legacy of Milton Erickson: Selected Papers of Stephen Gilligan, Stephen G. Gilligan. ...

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