Unfamiliar Utilization Practices

12 May 2016

Unfamiliar Utilization Practices

 

The most basic of utilization principles is to USE anything and everything your client says or implies.

And create a hypnotic context in doing so. What if we take it 1 step further. And discover unfamiliar utilization practices that break the known land speed record for hypnotic speed.

The most basic of utilization principles is to USE anything and everything your client says or implies. And create a hypnotic context in doing so. What if we take it 1 step further. And discover unfamiliar utilization practices that break the known land speed record for hypnotic speed.

When we have mastered the art of using the words of our clients, the expressions, and body language of our clients and even the unconscious understandings of our client we are in great shape.

And you should be noticing an extreme difference in the way you do hypnosis, and the effect your approach has on clients.

So what is left ? How can we embellish this idea and create a new one ? 

What if we took the same approach … To use what our client says and did … And in addition to this used the THEME of how it was done ?

What do we mean by theme ?

Let’s use this example. 

What if through exploring a client’s issue, your client came to a point of expressing their ideas through means of a story or short metaphor ?

You now have the theme of the story or metaphor.

This is the theme in which your client used to express their words. So now we have the words to use and also the theme to use also. This now can have double the impact.

This happens because NOW we are matching a client reality on 1 extra level. Their words express their issue or challenge, and the theme is how this reality is spoken of. 

So how can we use this effectively ? …. Well its very simple

In using the utilization principle, we are often replying to a client using their words. 

Now as we reply to a client, express an idea to a client, create another blow of hypnosis to a client we use the theme they just gave us.

For example.

If your client uses a story to tell you about why they can’t stop smoking, use a story back to rebut the argument, and give your story a clearer direction towards success.

If a metaphor is used, a metaphor can be given back to reframe the mindset.

If confusion is noted through a client responding, use the confusion to deepen the unconscious dissociation from the conscious mind.

If a lack of understanding is present in a client, use this lack of and create a circumstance where lack of understanding is now a good thing.

You can see the general idea is to take what is given to us and give it back to a client with a reframe, optimistic look or even advice.

This now matches the unconscious mind like the way a brand new suit can feel when tailored suited to your body type.

Conversational Hypnosis Academy 

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