Problem Solving (3 Step)


Instructions to the hypnotist

Ask the client to review the history and nature of the problem. When the client looks expectantly to the therapist for an “answer” you are ready to start the formula.

Spoken to the Subject

Now that you are ready to continue therapy on an even deeper level, you can begin by simply becoming more sensitive to yourself. (pause) . When a deep part of your inner mind knows it can resolve that problem (pause) you will find yourself getting more and more comfortable and your eyes will close.

(If the client does not close his eyes after a reasonable amount of time continue with the following.) I wonder if there are any other questions or problems you need to deal with first, before you do the inner work? (Wait, discuss if necessary, and then give suggestion again.)

When a deep part of your inner mind knows it can resolve that problem (pause) you will feel yourself getting more and more comfortable and your eyes will close.

Now your inner mind can continue working all by itself to solve that problem in a manner that fully meets all of your needs. (pause) There are memories, life experiences, and abilities that your inner mind can use in many ways you may not have realized before.

When your inner mind knows that you have resolved that problem to the fullest extent at this time, and that you can deal effectively with it, you will find yourself wanting to move a bit. (pause) You will open your eyes and come fully alert.

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