HypnoSatsang - What?

Anthony Jacquin - Monday, January 02, 2017

When I wrote my book 'Reality is Plastic - The Art of Impromptu Hypnosis' way back in 2007, I made clear it doesn't matter what you think you are doing when hypnotising, you can still be effective.

However, I do think it is worth thinking through, so that you can be fully congruent when you work.

Knowing what you do, will ensure your intentions, words and actions become knitted together. When these things are congruent, you exude presence and can communicate meaningfully through subtlety and implication.

You start to look and sound like a guide they can trust. This provides comfort for the participant that encourages involvement, curiosity and commitment.

So let's consider 'What?'
What do you think you are doing?

How do you think it works?

How do you explain it to others?

What amazes you about it?

What fascinates you about it?

Are you an operator or facilitator?