Television – Magic TV Method – For Children

(For Children 5 to 10) INSTRUCTIONS TO HYPNOTIST You don’t really need any introductory preparation for using this induction with a child. Simply have the child get in a comfortable position and close his eyes and listen to the suggestions you tell him. SPOKEN TO THE SUBJECT Just keep your eyes closed now until I…

Rapid Method

Instructions to hypnotist Begin by having the subject hold their arms stretched out directly in front of them, so that the palms of the hands are facing each other. Have the hands about 6 inches apart. Spoken to the subject You may now lower your hands back to your side. In just a moment I…

Light Hand Method

by Marshall Sylver (Transcribed From An Actual Show) Spoken by the hypnotist In a moment I’m going to tell you to begin concentrating on one of your hands. The moment that you do, you may concentrate either on your right hand or your left hand, it really doesn’t matter which You will concentrate on a…

Fixation Object Method (A Traditional Method)

INSTRUCTIONS TO HYPNOTIST This is the traditional method of inducing hypnosis. The subject is asked to direct their gaze at the fixation object and not shift their focus. The hypnotist can intensify the induction by observing the subjects reactions and timing his suggestions very closely with them. For example, the remark, “Occasionally, they are going…

Non Verbal – Method II

Instructions to hypnotist A non verbal induction may be accomplished with any individual that is ready to experience hypnosis. One of the keys to the induction of hypnosis is correct use of pre-hypnotic suggestions. The following is an example of pre-induction suggestions. Hypnotist:  Would you like to experience hypnosis? Subject:    Yes Hypnotist:  I would like…

Misdirection Method

This technique is used when the subject is too tense or subconsciously doesn’t wish to be hypnotized. The idea is to get the subject to take his/her mind off of hypnosis all together and then perform a rapid induction. The misdirection stems from fact that it is physically impossible to open one’s eyes when the…

Direct Gaze Method

This process is the direct gaze induction technique. This is the most powerful technique of all, and also the most difficult to use because you have to express perfect confidence. If you have any doubt, hesitation, or fear, it will show in your eyes; the subject will read it and it will inhibit their response….

Hand Shake Method

Instructions to hypnotist the following hypnotic induction utilizes all three of the learning modes. The subject will be responding through hearing, seeing, and feelings. Begin with the subject sitting in a comfortable chair. Spoken to subject Would you like to experience the state of hypnosis? (After a yes response, have the subject extend his or…

Stiff Arm

Spoken to the subject Raise and stiffen your arm. Make a fist. (Help subject achieve this position, then let go) That’s good. Just like a steel bar, stiff and powerful. So stiff and rigid and so powerful that the more you try to lower or bend your arm, the stiffer and tighter it becomes. Try…

Television – Imagination Method – For Children

(For Children Ages 7 – 11) Instructions to hypnotist A tactile technique, such as holding a stuffed animal, may be appropriate for a 2-year-old. A 4-year-old may respond better to a rag-doll and a 6-year-old to a coin or television technique. Developmentally, a school child (7-11 years of age) may respond best to a favorite…

Arm Drop Method

Instructions to Hypnotist The subject is asked to raise an arm so that the hand is slightly above the head and given suggestions. There are a number of aspects of this induction which are worthy of special notice.First, the arm is placed in such a position that fatigue will eventually bring it down. The downward movement…

Awareness Induction

Spoken to the hypnotist I’ve found this to be a very good script for dealing with the Hyper vigilant individual or the particularly analytical type of personality. It is extremely permissive but at the same time, almost impossible to resist. Spoken to the subject Ok, just make yourself comfortable now… if you want to close…

Instantaneous Method – Rapid Induction

Spoken to the subject Stand facing me. That’s right. Now step forward. (Place right hand on subjects head, supporting the base of the skull. Grasp subjects right arm at elbow with left hand) Bring your feet closer together. Closer. That’s right. Breathe in deeply. (With a sudden forward pulling movement of the hands, lightly jerk…

Eye Fixation with Imagery Method – For Children

Instructions to hypnotist A tactile technique, such as holding a stuffed animal, may be appropriate for a 2-year-old. A 4-year-old may respond better to a rag-doll and a 6-year-old to a coin or television technique. Developmentally, a school child (7-11 years of age) may respond best to a favorite place technique and adolescent to sports…

Hand to Face Method

Instructions to hypnotist Tell subject to get as comfortable as possible with their arms resting on the arms of the chair. Show subject how you would like them to hold their hand in front of their face. Palm of their hand facing in towards their face, with fingers pointing upward pressed lightly together. Hand should…

Seven Plus or Minus Two

by Terence Watts Introduction Use this induction with analytical or intellectually orientated clients. It contains elements of confusion and since it is almost impossible to resist, it works particularly well with those who tend to find ‘normal’ relaxation inductions uncomfortable. Use a ‘standard’ preparation to begin. Spoken to the Subject All right, just allow yourself…

Clasp Induction

Transcribed From An Actual Show. Spoken to the Subject:  Look at me now … do not look away. In a moment I’m going to continue relaxing you further (show subjects) In a moment I’m going to tell you to extend you hands straight out in front of you The moment that you do you’ll place your…

Mountain Trip

Before you go into a hypnotic state, be sure that you have your clothes loosened in any  areas where they may be tight, and then get yourself into a very comfortable position,  close your eyes and begin inhaling deeply and exhaling slowly… Continue inhaling deeply and exhaling slowly about five or six times … Each…

Confusion

  Just close your eyelids and let your mind drift where it will. You are aware of everything, and yet you are not aware. You are listening with your subconscious mind, while your conscious mind is far away, and not listening. Your conscious mind is far away, and not listening. Your subconscious mind is awake,…

Joane Goulding – Life Choices – Induction

Life Choices :  Blue Print for Personal Success Induction Script Copyright: Joane Goulding Usage: This script maybe used for personal or professional purposes such as within a practice setting to treat a client. Restrictions: This script may not be used for commercial uses, such as recording, whether for reward or for no charge. It may…

Hand Breathing

© 2000 Terence Watts A fairly unusual induction method which works well for almost anybody. Standard ‘settling down’ introduction, then: Now I’m going to ask you to concentrate on your breathing for a few moments… but I wonder if you can imagine a very strange idea… a very strange idea indeed… I wonder if you can imagine…

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