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- Certified Hypnotherapist
- Registered Psychologist
- or any other suitably trained health or alternative health therapist
DO NOT LISTEN TO HYPNOSIS RECORDINGS
WHEN IN A CAR OR OPERATING MACHINERY
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No choices here, you MUST use this introduction or you can word your own. However do NOT leave it off your recording. It is important to always include an introduction such as this at the start of any hypnosis or relaxation recording — just in case someone should listen to your recording at a time when it is not advisable — such as driving a car or operating machinery.
This is the initial relaxation script. An induction is to help you ‘induce’ relaxation. For example, the script may ask you to close your eyes and relax your scalp muscles. In this case, (and there are other styles of induction scripts), the script may start at the scalp, to muscles at the back of the head, the muscles around the eyes, cheeks, the jaw, neck… all the way down to the tips of the toes. Some prefer to go the other way, from the toes to the head… Just follow the suggestions, and allow yourself to relax.
Allows you to relax deeper than you were during the induction phase. There may be suggestions such as ‘as every minute passes’, or ‘every noise you hear allows you to relax deeper than before’. A popular deepening script is to ‘imagine three steps that take you down… and with the first step you take, now, relax much more deeply than you were just a few moments ago…’
This script will have suggestions to assist you to achieve your objective, whatever it may be. Look for positive suggestions that work with your imagination, as opposed to ones that say you will do ‘this’ or you will do ‘that’. Generally, positive suggestions such as imagine yourself in a situation where you are a non-smoker is preferable to “cigarettes make you feel ill” – while it may work to help stop you smoking, it may also cause a reaction when, for example, you might be on a crowded train and smell cigarette smoke on a person nearby…
This terminating script will bring you back to full awareness by ending your trance. An awakening script often involves a count from one to five, and to allow the ‘energy’ to return. Should you record one such as this, when you count ‘up’ from one to five make sure you increase the energy in your voice so that you come back to full conscious awareness full of energy and vigour. (There is an alternative to the ‘Awakening Script’ and that is by recording a script to enable you to drift off to sleep. This may be a preferable alternative for those who are doing a self hypnosis recording to assist with sleep or insomnia).
Record the scripts to a suitable equipment in a quiet environment.
Once you have recorded them play your recording back to yourself. Test it out by finding a quiet, comfortable place; close your eyes and simply follow your suggestions.
Remember, you have recorded the script for you so when you listen to it allow yourself to really get involved and follow and accept the suggestions.
- Scripts in “CAPITALS” are on site. Scripts in “Lower Case” are off site.
- Scripts that have
a line through themand are unlinked are no longer functioning webpages . We’re looking to see if that scrip has been posted elsewhere.
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In case some one should listen to your recording at a time when it is not advisable, always include this introduction at the start of the recording:
“This recording is of an hypnotic nature and should not be used while driving a car or operating machinery.”
3. SUBJECT SCRIPTS
Infertility (Christmas Tree Lights & Preparing for Pregnancy)
Magic Fairground Memory: Recall at Will
Smoking Cessation, Permissive
Time Capsule Tropical Island
Zoosh Healing Script
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