is the act of reaching the subconscious through a constant motion of
words and with something moving. Those who do use it must use it
carefully because it has a very bad effect if misused. When one starts
they must think carefully on how to state the words they want said
victim to do. It takes a said victim to make it work. So make it be
done if said victim is the person who agreed to it.
What do you need to do it? A clock or steadily moving device that moves in a steady pattern and a smooth soothing voice that speaks in a steady rhythmic pattern. The idea is to have a purpose in mind on what you want to do. Then, say to said victim while having said victim stare at the steadily moving device "You are feeling sleepy, very very sleepy. When I count to three, you will be asleep. 1, 2, 3." This will put them to sleep if they are easily suggestable. If not, then they cannot be hypnotized. They are and will be awake and wide eyed but not aware. Now say the things you want said victim to do. What hypnotizzed people won't do is to do what they resist in conscious mode. An example is to "Remember everything you learned in class as if a picture perfect memory and be able to regurgitate it at the times needed. This hypnotism will self-renew itself at the moment it starts to lose its power." Now, to wake said person up just say "I will count backwards from three and you will wake up and feel refreshed. 3, 2, 1." It is as simple as that.
Another way is to think of what you want to have happen and do a self-hypnosis. This helps in studying alot. The self-hypnosis technique is to make a focus on what you want to do and say with a hypnotic voice while staring at a constantly moving device like a clock. "I will do what I was focusing on doing and wake up feeling refreshed. I will wake on the count of three. 1, 2, 3." What happens with this is that you want to self-hypnotie yourself to do what you were thinking about and to feel refreshed at the end of it. This is done without the intervention of anybody else except for you.. So be careful with what you think because that will happen no matter what.
An alternative is to will with your mind and say in a rhythmic tone of voice to said victim "I want you to do this without resistance" Now say what you want said victim to do. Finally, say "wake up without remembering me doing this and feeling refreshed, now!" Make a loud noise that startles said victim and said victim will wake up and do what you just said. This is only intended for emergencies where you would be the victim. This also works for panic victims and people who hear voices. This will work on you also in a self-hypnotic method without need of a clock. This is called willed hypnotism.
In direct hypnotism it is like that for me but I do it more directly, Its more of a hypnotist who'll reach into the person's mind imediately, As in forced telepathic hypnotism by it being a cross of sending messages telepathically to have them react to the message as if it were hypnotism, pure force of will, belief that it'll work, and just doing it. So they end up doing the act as its the message they end up doing somehow. Considered somehow as to its necessity and need, its as if its a feel it to do as its believed to be effective. To plant a suggestion into the mind and have it effect as if it was hypnotism without the 'go to sleep on the count of 1, 2, 3' thing.
Once I saw the use of partial phrases that were used on the person and it was these phrases with vibrational effects to cause certain effects and idea. With the distraction of that you said them, by normal idea spoken after or before. The key to this is to focus a spirit energy on the word by thinking on the vibrations of the word in what it will do then say the word or phrase. So it was in the effect that occurred after the spoken word of it then that guides on the subconcious as if a commercial idea. Due note, not all hypnotism effects are likely to work as people can be immune. And, as if your willed hypnotism and Direct hypnotism is not working then you could be taken as a strange person.
I'd like to
talk about yet another form of hypnosis. Hypnosis in this is a
relaxed state of consciousness where the participant is better able to
facilitate programming of the self. There are hundreds of
applications for hypnosis, but today we're going to focus primarily on
how to put yourself into a hypnotic state and the first steps of what
you can do from there.
Let's take a look at induction techniques. It's important to keep a few key things in mind when you're setting out to put yourself in a hypnotic state.
First, find a place where you won't be disturbed for a while. The place doesn't have to be in complete isolation, but it is important for the success of your session that you not be interrupted by people wanting your attention. Outside noises of people talking or vehicles, while distracting, are not necessarily going to end your hypnotic state. You'll be surprised how quickly those sounds fade into the background once hypnotized.
Second, sit or lay in a comfortable position with minimal annoyance to your back or shoulders. Be in a position where you will be able to relax all your muscles without falling over or leaning to one side very suddenly. While in a hypnotic state you will be drifting away from your body in a sense.
Third, you'll need a method of hypnotic induction. There are many scripts to induce hypnosis but usually we don't have the luxury of a trained hypnotherapist to administer the session. Often we must depend on an alternate method. Hypnosis sessions can often be distracting as the hypnotist breathes into the microphone or makes distracting sounds or improvises the script as they go along. Unfortunately, even "professional" sessions often have these problems as well. A hypnotist who doesn't seem to know what they're doing can inspire a lack of confidence and create anxiety in the person undergoing the therapy. Fortunately, there are other methods including the hypnosis entrainment program
It's easy with the entrainment therapy. First put yourself in a comfortable place, then press play and begin focusing on your breathing. Breath in slowly and evenly through your nose, then breath out the same speed through your mouth. If your nose is unreliable due to seasonal conditions such as allergies, breathing through your mouth is fine too. After a couple minutes of this your mind will begin to detach from your surroundings bit by bit. Don't wait for it to happen, but rather immerse yourself in the experience with a mind free from a desire for results. Of course you can want results prior to and afterward, but during the session focus only on the experience itself and your positive intentions. In that mindset you will find it easy to slip in and out of hypnosis at will.
Once you've induced hypnosis, what then? The sky is the limit. Hypnosis has been used by therapists to do everything from recovering lost memories to putting the hypnosis subject on a path toward self discovery. Next we'll look at hypnosis "scripts" you can visualize as well as tips on writing your own hypnosis script to create specially created hypnosis sessions made just for you!
about advanced forms of hypnosis. As with any talent involving
the mind, it's important to understand how hypnosis works before you
can truly master the art and develop methods for yourself.
Have you ever been hypnotized? Before you answer, let's take a look at your state of mind in your everyday activities. Think of something you do every day, like driving or washing the dishes. Remember when you first started how you had to remember what you were doing the whole time? Pretty soon you learned to act by instinct, going into an alternate state of mind so you could eventually do it without problem and for the most part without conscious thought. Believe it or not, hypnosis works on the same principle!
Now that we've established that you have felt the hyper focused state of mind, let's take a look at the mechanics of the potential in such a state. When a hypnotist tells us we don't want to smoke, or our hands are suddenly very heavy, or our eyelids, our brain takes it as fact because we're in a "suggestive state." A suggestive state is when your mind is essentially open to suggestions about reality. Normally, if someone says to us "your eyelids are heavy," our minds set up a wall that responds with, "no they're not." Hypnosis makes our minds in a state where the suggestion "your eyelids are heavy" is met with a response, "Really? I should feel like my eyelids are heavy. Let me fix it so I do." Alternately, "You are feeling happier," or "you will enjoy studying," is met with similar trust assuming our minds agree that it is a good idea. Dangerous or harmful suggestions immediately raise red flags and end the hypnosis session. The mind never does anything against its will.
Of course this is only if we're aware we are being hypnotized because it's essentially a hyper focused state. There are, however, some applications where hypnosis can be used against us if we're unaware of the hypnotic state. We'll talk about how you can protect yourself against subversive hypnosis next newsletter.
The easiest and most guaranteed successful method of achieving a powerful state of hypnosis without requiring the services of an expensive licensed hypnotherapist is through our entrainment programs. Be sure to check it out at http://www.store. unexplainable.net/products/ hypnosis.php
And while you're in the hypnotic state, you can memorize and use affirmation to ensure you get the results you desire. For example, repeating the phrase "I want to be a better actor" will only focus on your desire to improve your acting abilities. A more effective method would be to say, "I am more confident when in front of others." This would also work with public speaking. Someone who wished to be more focused in their studies wouldn't say, "I need to be more focused," but rather "I find it easy to focus on the task at hand until I am satisfied it is complete." Think to yourself in terms of mental sculpting, and the cultivation of positive self affirmations.
talk about hypnotic self defense. There is a growing problem of
some individuals using hypnosis to gain control of others. It's
not as extreme as it sounds, with people walking around zombie like as
a shadowy hypnotist takes complete control over them, but it's just as
effective if you don't know how to defend yourself. Television
commercials, politicians giving speeches, and slick salesmen are all
examples of people who are trying to convince you to do something, and
all three have been caught implementing one form of hypnosis or another.
First of all, you need to know what it feels like to be hypnotized. We're hypnotized all the time, hyper-focusing on driving, watching television, and surfing the internet. Any time you perform an activity and lose track of your environment because you're so into what you're doing you're technically hypnotized to a certain degree. When you sit in a chair, however, and go through hypnotic induction consciously, you're ever aware of the fact that your mind is hypnotized and therefore you can defend yourself easier. It's when we're not aware that we're hypnotized that we are at risk.
After you've practiced "open" hypnosis where you know exactly what's taking place during a hypnosis session, you begin to trust it more and have more of an understanding of what to look for in hypnotic induction. When a hypnotist attempts to hypnotize you subversively then, you'll be able to understand the type of lilting voice or subtle movements that are involved. Even conversations are hypnotic often. Pay attention to a few in-depth conversations you have and see if you ever lose track of time, your environment, or things other people are saying in the room.
Now let's deal with the more "mystical aspects" of hypnotic self defense. First, you need to be able to wield your focus like a conductor wields a baton. Practice focusing all of your attention on different things in your environment. Imagine that everything has an energy about it and try to notice things in your environment you otherwise usually miss. A simple awareness expansion exercise like weekly visiting a place you've never been before and observing is enough to take you miles in the direction of hypnotic self defense.
Now your mind should be ready for the next step. Remember when we were exploring what everyday activities hypnotize you the most? Simply perform those activities for a preset amount of time, and break yourself away from them exactly when you set out to. Additionally, the entire time you're performing the activity, focus your mind on your mental state and watch it as it drifts out of awareness of your environment. When you feel that happening, pull yourself out of the activity, look around, and focus again on where you are. Build up a "reflex" of hypnotic trance breaking. It can even be a physical act like snapping a finger to literally "snap out of it." A symbolic gesture is quite powerful when it comes to mental states. A more subtle gesture could be just pushing your thumb and forefinger together and programming your mind to associate the sensation with an awakened state. These gestures can be programmed into your mind with hypnosis, and when you end your session you can perform them each time just before you wake up.
The most important aspect of hypnotic self defense, however, is to develop a conscious dialogue with your unconscious mind that let's you understand what hypnosis feels like. The best guaranteed way to develop that is to simply hypnotize yourself in a safe environment a few times. The best way to prepare your mind for a hypnotic state is with brainwave entrainment therapy. Be sure to check it out at http://www.store. unexplainable.net/products/ hypnosis.php.
Now that we've discussed hypnotic self defense, hopefully you'll have some of the tools required to defend yourself against an alarming trend. We need control over our own actions if nothing else. Thanks for reading the unexplainable manual of hypnotic self defense.
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say the ability to imagine other places [is] because of the past there"
(379-3), The imagination is not in conflict or opposed to past life
memory; it is a helpful tool. If they imagine a past life that is
negative and full of violence, then in a past life regression they
won't remember it. To be clear is to be good and understood. Because it
is actually remembered from their own past. "Use your imagination to
fill in details of past life" (1468-1) Cayce said, "Beware unless you
are balanced in purpose" (5399-2).(6) Also, "Don't abuse the talent for
recall" (340-15) and "don't dwell on it, rather abide in love"
(1608-1). Doubt can block the recall of your past life. Anyone can get
insight into themselves by studying times and places that deeply
The link between dreams and other lifetimes is not yet fully understood, but I think it is of clear thought that dreams and daydreams are a key to unlocking the mystery of the subconscious as it shows scenes from your past lives sometimes. The soul is androgynous. The body is far less significant than our society thinks. Psychic flashes, in myself and others, can awaken past and present experiences of life. Often simply telling another person of an experience, whether the telling is done consciously or under hypnosis, can give additional perspectives and relief and allows additional information to come
forward. When emotional attachments have been released, the person can generally see and accept a clearer picture of the facts. "Whenever an emotionally loaded memory was revealed, and the incident relived..., there was a reported definite feeling of release and relief of tension, a lessening of symptoms of the illness, or a movement toward a resolving of personal relationships."
This leads into past life regression in purpose by a methodic approach. The entire process for time travel, or hypnotic past life age regression, has five distinct stages, although each stage progresses naturally into the next. They are hypnosis (the subject's natural level of deep relaxation); present life regression; prenatal regression; past life regression (the Blue Mist);
and the return to present life and awakening.As the person enters the hypnotic state, the natural level of relaxation, he or she is automatically guided into the second stage, present life regression.
regression is simply recalling, mentally viewing, or remembering events
or impressions from this present life, something we do almost every day
of our lives. Hypnosis simply starts the gears of the mind turning, as
in an audio or visual playback, and opens the door to clear recall.
During this experience, different senses come into focus. As new levels
of perception and awareness are reached, some people may see an image,
others hear a memory, some feel an experience, and others sense an
impression. Occasionally someone begins by smelling a recollection, and
there are even
people who mentally read inner records from their own book of life. I have found that responses of different people vary widely, even from session to session.
The time traveler is simply asked to relate what comes to him or her, no matter how it comes through, to simply state the impressions he or she receives without analyzing, censoring, questioning, or passing judgment.
Time travel is usually easy and enjoyable. Beginning sessions usually look at happy, pleasant experiences, and during subsequent sessions, more in-depth exploration can be experienced. You can begin therapeutic sessions by requesting
pleasant memory stores and files. Soul disorders and stressful material will surely erupt soon enough, without rushing it.
Most people like the active dialogue of questions and answers, but others relate a flood of information with little questioning required.
After a present life regression the subject may explore the third stage, the birth and pre-birth experience. This "rebirthing" can be intense, so I usually pass through this step without lingering. But many pscyhologists and regressologists explore this time in great detail. Prenatal regression is a term given to exploring the formative months before birth and has shown that the unborn child has perceptions and reacts to stimuli from the outer world. The perceptions of the forming child are somehow also connected to the mother's thoughts. I recall a case where a prenatal regression subject realized that she was an unwanted baby. (This fact was later confirmed by a parent.) This realization was so strong and the subject cried so much that she could not continue her session at that time.
is the fourth stage. The procedure you can use and is developed to help
the subject reach it is called the "Blue Mist Approach." This
terminology is not intended to sound mystical. You may call it anything
you like. This partly uses the Christos Experience.
The Christos Experience, in which the subject is asked to imagine getting larger, then smaller, floating safely above the body, floating safely above the building, and then returning and standing upon the earth in a different time and place.
...Continue back to when you are two -- and then one. You find that you can even go to the time of your birth. And you can go beyond this time. Going now to that very warm, very safe, and very secure place where nothing can harm you. Where you feel so very good -- so protected. This is a good time -- a forming and growing time.
And you find you can go beyond this even -- going now into the Blue Mist. And the Blue Mist protects you. This is a time of trust and a time of understanding. This is a time of rest, of ancient echoes and quiet movement. A time you only thought you had misplaced.
Looking into the deep recesses of your own mind. Opening your memory banks to the remembrances of your innermost feelings. For through the avenue of the heart all things are revealed to you. Embrace the feeling -- reach deep within.
You are happy here. Yet part of you longs for movement -- and you look out toward the horizon or as if looking through a long tunnel -- and you see a light. You begin going, flowing, moving toward the light. You merge and converge within the light. The light surrounds you and protects you. You feel the life energies flowing throughout your being.
As you look down at your feet -- describe what you see on your feet. What do you have on your feet?
The more you tell me, the more clear and vivid it all becomes.
At this time, you can usually wait, giving the person the necessary time to respond before continuing to ask questions about the description of the clothing and the body. As in present life work, this can be give and take of questions and answers, or it can be a monologue delivered by the subject. Some people require little questioning to pour out a veritable fountain of information. Either way, past patterns and hidden clues emerge from the deep recesses of the subconscious.
There are at least two different ways of experiencing past life time travel, reviewing and reliving. In the first, the subject is a detached observer. Many memories and impressions are recalled and related from the viewpoint of a spectator of the scene rather than as a participant. It is almost as if the person is looking through a family photo album and commenting on some of his or her favorite pictures.
Reliving can be more intense and dramatic and is not always desirable in an early session. This level is a deeper soul level but may be too intense for the first times. Many sessions are actually a combination of the two, with an ebb and flow of involvement and detachment, or reviewing and reliving. Where you can tend to guide them back into the reviewing stage.
One lifetime or several can be explored in a single session. A detached view of the death experience is also valuable near the end of the session. Death is simply a stage of growth and most people with whom I have worked are amazed to discover their awareness does not end with death. Many people achieve their greatest personal insight through reviewing their former death experiences and the many passages from life to life.
I have discovered that most memories are recorded and stored as images, emotions, emblems, and symbols. Often a person will describe at length his or her feelings about just one image. The more emotion involved with an image, the more vivid it becomes. But because the mind more easily stores and retrieves images, names and dates may be difficult to remember.
There is no credibility gap but merely the lack of a stored image or emotion for a particular name or date. Emotion filled scenes and memories are usually much easier for most people to remember and relate. Experiences differ from person to person, session to session. Some people speak in languages they do not know in their present lives.
returning to the present and waking.
Closing the mental, emotional, and spiritual door to a past life memory is as important as opening it. A person's subconscious usually has the final say as to which memories are to be consciously retained and brought back, and which are to be refiled for future reference. Just because the subconscious mind can understand the lessons of a past life does not guarantee that the subject's conscious mind can also deal with it in the present. Most information can be processed in the present but some is best refiled and stored for future work at another time.
This type of healing suggestion can be used near the end of the session.
Now see in your mind's eye all the people you recognized in this life [or lives]. Look into their eyes. Now, send love from your eyes into their eyes and they begin to fade. Bless them. Release them and let them fade. Let them go.
You will retain in your conscious mind only that information which is beneficial and helpful for you to retain at this time.
These suggestions are a gentle yet definite way of closing the door to the past, and allow the subject's subconscious the choice of what to remember.
Two of the biggest lessons I have learned in this work are the closing of the door to soul's memory and the careful return to the waking state. The transition back to everyday, beta level awareness (the normal waking state) should be smooth, whole, and complete; otherwise, people can come back temporarily disoriented. I call it "spiritual jet lag." The considerate
guide or facilitator does not cut corners or rush the wakeup process. In fact, this can be a special time for the subject's full spiritual comprehension and digestion of information.
Returning to the present and wakeup suggestions similar to this approach can be used.
Returning through the Blue Mist -- going to that warm and safe and very secure place. Returning to the present and feeling the life energies throughout your being. Your conscious mind may forget to remember(3) all that you accomplished here today. You are in the present, the date today is ___________ and the place is ________________. I will count from one to ten, at the count of ten you can be wide awake, clear headed, refreshed and relaxed.
One, coming back now. Two, coming out now. Three, coming up slowly. Four, feel total normalization at every level of your being. Five, feel the circulation returning to the extremities. Six, awakening to your full potential. Seven, perfect equilibrium. Eight, energized. Nine, in full strength. And ten, wide awake and feeling great.
As the person awakens, because of the suggestion or their own subconscious regulators, there may be little or no conscious recall of the session, or only certain parts may be recalled. Most commonly the person recalls the entire session and can add more details and information not mentioned during the actual experience.'
There are two other methods to hypnotizing; one is by using emotion and rythmic voice and the other is by using the angel method to affect the subconscious.
The way to do this first one is to have some kind of emotion like panic, fear, anger etc and focus the emotion into the person's mind by mental will and then say what you want, to say believing, that the emotion will bring about the affect. The affect is the outside effect on the person. This is a really fast way.
The second way is that ninja's use the angel method for attacking , they say that if you cannot see , you cannot attack. So some have discovered that if you say something or do an action to someone in a non-observant way. Even though the conscious mind won't pick it, the subconscious will. It will then occur in some way and soon the seed of your action or words will grow in the person.
This can hypnotize even your internals. Focus on the target and try to think about nothing while desiring to do things that are what you desire. Know the idea that is yours and what is theirs. Feel the energy around you and that energy going into the target to do as you say. Now without thinking about what you want or other thoughts, say what they are to do and cause that energy to do the act with the others body by the emotion and tone in your voice. What may help this, is a 'do what I say and 1 2 3 4.' Then a suggested release is to allow them to act or say 'you are released, 4 3 2 1.' Note: what you do physically is what you may cause them to do. As what you say is what you do sometimes.
Feel yourself as one with the other and then think that the soul is there as for you to get and to do with and to hypnotize. Then feel in a relaxed mood and say what you want it to do as to act as if the idea is true. This only actually effects if you own the soul by bargain.