Street Hypnosis and Head Hacking

Street Hypnosis and Head Hacking

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Street Hypnosis. My thoughts on head hacking anywhere are:.... First off. I taught Anthony Jacquin and Kevin Sheldrake impromptu techniques on my stage hypnosis masterclass in 2004. They have taken it way beyond anything I have ever done with it and have found a market for it. I would like to think I somehow played a small part in getting them going, although Ant was already a very good and successful hypnotherapist. (more…)
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Instant hypnosis inductions

Instant hypnosis inductions

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Instant Hypnosis Inductions. Thanks mostly to Derren Brown in the UK about five years ago and more recently in the US the 'new' buzz around the hypnosis scene is instant or rapid induction. The thing is it isn't new and it isn't instant. For 40 years or more in the UK stage hypnotists have been using these methods of apparently inducing instant states of hypnosis. Irish hypnotist Robert Halpin was the first to develop the sway test into the drop back induction in the mid fifties. For slightly less long people like Gill Boyne in the states started using his handshake, much more dramatic then the Ericksonian version and the first pull the arm style induction. Now these inductions look instant and very rapid however, it all depends on where…
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The difference between Stage Hypnosis – NLP – and Hypnotherapy

The difference between Stage Hypnosis – NLP – and Hypnotherapy

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The Difference between Stage Hypnosis, NLP and Hypnotherapy. The fundamental understanding of NLP is that we are a blank computer and are programmed by the actions and words of other people. The fundamental understanding of clinical psychology is that we are 'taught' our beliefs and the responding behaviours.   The underlying premise is that we influence and are influenced by the people around us and by the experience that gives us at an - 'other than conscious' level of our mental process - so that without conscious and logical reasoning our behaviour and beliefs [and that's everything even if you want to break it down into sub wotsits] are 'caused' by input from others. Both agree that the acceptance of such input is not entirely one of choice. In fact…
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