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powerful Hypnosis revealing confessions of a rogue hypnotist by the rogue hypnotist
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Short overview of Powerful Hypnosis: Revealing Confessions of a Rogue Hypnotist Introduction to book
1. Myth busting 101: Hypnotherapy does not ‘reprogram’ the brain.
2. Creative deepener 1: The Helter Skelter deepener.
3. Why ‘sensory acuity’ and ‘calibration’ are overrated.
4. On the importance of doing research.
5. Words for an unconscious response.
6. ‘Values spotting’: how to get deep rapport.
7. Speak up - an old person is about!
8. Treating the problem of ‘confidence. ’
9. On the importance of violating ‘rules. ’
10. Recommend that all your clients exercise.
11. Your enemy: The problem matrix.
12. The overwhelming power and danger of ‘Cultural Hypnosis. ’
13. Installing ‘Holographic Confidence. ’
14. Australian Aboriginal hypnosis: trauma trance imprinting.
15. Why Freud’s weird work is dangerous and of no use to us or our clients.
16. Other subjective theories to ignore.
17. Fears of demonic possession.
18. Adventures in time distortion.
19. Hypnotic healing power - mind-body secrets explored.
20. The truth about failure.
21. Trace hijacking - personalising hypnosis.
22. Pattern interrupts: shock by Spock!
23. Moronic hypno-indoctrination and dogma.
24. Most ‘conversational hypnosis’ courses are a scam and a waste of time.
25. Hypnotic ASMR.
26. A hypnotic heightener.
27. Hypnosis doesn’t command but it does negotiate with thesubconscious.
28. Another creative deepener.
29. Hypno-myths busted: dispelling client’s fears of hypnosis.
30. The authority principle: the myth of the expert.
31. The incredibly suggestive power of words.
32. Two mini deepeners.
33. The hypnotically dictatorial power of ideas.
34. TV: the post-modern peasants portal into another dimension.
35. The orange, yellow, green deepener.
36. Entrancing promises: How advertising ‘brainwashes’ you.
37. The reality of clients: dealing with the general public.
38. The deep structure of a hypnotic session.
39. The dangers of positive thinking.
40. Handling physiological withdrawal from drugs.
42. Getting the knack of N. A. C: Neuro-Associative-Conditioning exposed.
43. Fractionation: how to do what need not be done.
44. Sticking someone’s hand to their leg - pointless but. . .
45. The invisible mind made visible: using ‘ideomotor signals. ’
46. ‘Atrocity propaganda’ and fear based selling.
47. The magic phrase for ‘resistors’: ‘As soon as. . . ’
48. ‘Reframing’ that works.
49. A short and obvious note on so-called ‘post hypnotics. ’
50. Tickling trout or smashing the door down: direct or indirect hypnosis.
51. Do pronouns matter in hypnosis?
52. Hypnosis sessions pro tip 1: Get as much pre session info as you can.
53. C-wyy-eee-yyy-eee-ing over you! An emotional interlude.
54. Dissociating unhelpful labelling for change.
55. Ladies changing brains.
56. ‘Metaphorical problems and phobias. ’
57. What is somnambulism?
58. Hypnotic ‘cold reading’ skills exposed.
59. The hypnotic face lift.
60. Alternative induction/deepener tips: sensory based languaging
methods and more.
61. Handling ‘Ego Syntonic’ clients.
62. The psycho-linguistics of unrealistic ‘negativity’ and pathologicalpessimism.
63. Hypnotic stories and metaphors.
64. The psycholinguistics of therapy: exploding psychobabble!
65. Why you shouldn’t hypnotise children unless there is no other alternative.
66. Destroying clients limiting beliefs.
67. NLP in politics.
68. NLP gobbledigook.
69. Advanced confusion: How I accidentally confused a woman into trance!
70. Hypnosis via implication.
71. Do not feel your client’s pain.
72. You don’t cure anyone: client’s ‘cure’ themselves.
73. Parts work that works level 1.
74. The Rogue Hypnotist’s case files: The lady with mysterious pain.
75. Addicted to Hedonism: the addiction implosion of the West.
76. Universal human needs.
77. All therapists and therapists are mad.
78. The secret wish of the subconscious.
79. All problems are just subconscious habits not ‘disorders. ’
80. The trouble with that phantom: self-esteem.
81. The 30 golden questions for hypnosis sessions.
82. Places in the mind and other useful ends to fairy tales.
83. Great expectations: the power of expectation.
84. Silly bonus 1: How to pass a personality test. Sort of. . .
85. Bonus topic 2: Bonkers hypnotic experiments? ‘The hypnotic induction of anxiety. ’
86. Getting the ‘look’: what every hypnotist works for.
87. Conclusion: knowing how to hypnotise ain’t enough Mister!