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  • The induction itself is very, very simple.

  • We'll talk about the principles on why you're

  • doing all the things in the next section, the psychology

  • of the induction.

  • For now, let's just look at the mechanics of it.

  • The first thing is, of course, as we say,

  • let's start over here.

  • Do your whole compliance testing in one

  • step and say, are you still in hypnosis?

  • Yes.

  • We have that.

  • Stand over here, please.

  • Turn around and face me.

  • Excellent.

  • We've got all that.

  • Please look at here.

  • Good.

  • Now we have the condition for it.

  • The next step is from here, take one hand,

  • in fact, I'll take this hand here so you can see.

  • And what I want you to do is stick it

  • on the back of the neck, very gently cradling it,

  • and initially, as you're training this,

  • all I want you to do is just guide

  • their head into your shoulder.

  • Now, they've got to give you their whole balance.

  • Just give me your balance.

  • All right, just press onto my shoulder.

  • There you go.

  • That's fine.

  • They've got to give you their whole balance,

  • or they might stand on their own balance here.

  • It doesn't really matter what's happening.

  • You can even have someone's head guided over here.

  • But what we're looking for is them

  • to go into an unnatural position slightly.

  • When their head is tipped forward, now

  • at this point here, you'll notice

  • it doesn't feel comfortable, does it?

  • No.

  • It feels unusual.

  • It's like, what do I do?

  • If they stay there, that is, it shows you a lot about trust.

  • If they come forward and then pull right back again,

  • well, then you have a little bit more work to do again.

  • You've probably skipped one of the earlier stages.

  • If you've your setup correctly, though,

  • most people will come forward.

  • They'll think about going back a little bit.

  • But as long as you keep gentle but a commanding control

  • here-- so if you start pulling back a little,

  • just pull back a little bit.

  • And just have a little bit of thing just to hold them there.

  • And then you can just encourage with your voice.

  • Just relax a little more.

  • There you go.

  • That's it.

  • And notice how she'll follow along very naturally.

  • So it's not that I'm yanking her.

  • I'm just keeping it stable, focused, and in control.

  • So good compliance testing.

  • We're locking in their attention.

  • We've got them in this position.

  • And all I'm doing is, is guiding them into my shoulder.

  • This is just for stability's sake.

  • And this basically prevents them from collapsing

  • to the ground in the case that you have a quick responder who

  • responds so quickly that they might start losing muscle

  • control to some extent.

  • So this just a very safe, stable position.

  • We'll even start doing it up in the air and work on this stuff,

  • too.

  • So once you've guided them in here, at this point,

  • you're going into the deepening process, which we'll

  • talk about more in a moment.

  • The first thing you want to do now,

  • before we get into the whole deepening phase,

  • is look at a little bit of mechanics

  • of what you're doing here.

  • What you don't want to suddenly do is just yank them forward.

  • Can I just borrow your arm a second?

  • If you have someone-- make this strong a second--

  • you were to start yanking this, right?

  • The neck is a delicate part of the body.

  • If you start doing that, well, you

  • start cranking things, and yanking things,

  • and probably end up in jail, having

  • done some kind of grievous bodily harm to someone.

  • That's not a good thing to do, right?

  • So it's a very gentle movement.

  • The reason if can look dramatic is

  • because when a person's surprised,

  • they might overcompensate.

  • And that can look really dramatic.

  • So what we can look for is, initially, we're

  • going to take that head, we're going to guide it gently

  • into your shoulder.

  • And then when you're ready for the induction,

  • you take one little finger in the back of the head,

  • right here.

  • Let's just turn this way so they can see in the camera.

  • One little finger in the back of the head,

  • and with that little finger, all you got to do is just tap.

  • You see how the head just pops forward slightly?

  • You're just going to tap this.

  • You're not going to pull with the whole hand.

  • You're going to tap.

  • As soon as that head goes forward,

  • the whole hand supports it and keeps guiding.

  • It looks like you've pulled the head in, but you haven't.

  • You've tapped for a little shock,

  • and you've guided gently back in.

  • Gently is the word.

  • If you don't do it gently, well, don't be surprised

  • if a few people don't feel safe.

  • When comfort and trust goes out the window, this hand,

  • you'll notice it comes up and does one of these things.

  • Not a good thing.

  • So we're here.

  • We've got them locked in.

  • Their attention is on you.

  • The critical factor bypass is basically a shock.

  • Any time you shock the nervous system,

  • the mind recedes into a little trance

  • to try and figure out, what do I do now?

  • Now, I could shock them by pulling out a gun, for example.

  • That could indeed work.

  • But the problem is, there's not much comfort and trust going on

  • right there.

  • So what we're going to do to shock them is anything

  • you can do.

  • Basically, you can just shake them slightly.

  • Do you see little shocks when they're going on here?

  • What we like to do here is just take the hand

  • on the back at the head, little finger just taps forward.

  • And that slight loss of balance is enough for a body to go,

  • what's going on?

  • That's your window of opportunity.

  • At that point, the critical factor

  • is basically just going, whoa, what's going on?

  • You give a clear, precise instruction,

  • and they are likely to follow it.

  • What's the instruction in this case?

  • Quite simple, sleep.

  • So you're here.

  • You're looking at them and sleep, all the way.

  • That's right, all the way.

  • Notice the stable position.

  • Notice how I'm not forcing anything.

  • And I'm just going to check for relaxation.

  • Why?

  • The more relaxed they are, as a rule,

  • the more they're trusting in this experience.

  • I might rock them from side to side to help that as well.

  • And then I'll just tell them to go deeper.

  • That's right, go deeper, deeper, and deeper.

  • Now, even though she doesn't know what deeper really means,

  • she hasn't done hypnosis before.

  • But at this point, it's a kind of an instinct.

  • It feels-- there you go.

  • That's it.

  • Now, what you're looking for here

  • is you're testing for how much balance they give you.

  • Notice how there's much more balance on top of me

  • and how relaxed they are.

  • How much do they respond to my little shifts.

  • This tells me they're responding well.

  • Once I have that, I can just sit them back up

  • or stand them back up when you're on balance.

  • And come on back.

  • Doing fantastic.

  • Right?

  • So it's a very, very simple process.

  • Remember, the shock is not a violent shock.

  • It's just enough to startle them.

  • Here's a very simple way.

  • It's like a secret technique that not a lot of people

  • know about.

  • You can do this whole thing without actually even looking

  • like you're doing the whole yanking, and so on.

  • You ready for this?

  • Look at me.

  • Sleep.

  • All the way, that's right.

  • All the way.

  • Doing good.

  • Right, deeper and deeper.

  • When you're ready, open your eyes.

  • Come back refresh, relaxed, and [INAUDIBLE].

  • Rock and roll.

  • How's that?

  • Good.

  • OK?

  • Now, you'll notice, if you look at that, the moment we touched

  • her forehead here, a little tap-- it's an unpleasant thing,

  • so don't tap too hard-- but you noticed her eyes blinked,

  • and she didn't quite know what to do.

  • That's the point of opportunity.

  • That's the point we take advantage of.

  • So whether you're tapping here, or my preference

  • is, you're just tapping the back of the head,

  • it's the same thing, really.

  • But you're guiding forwards.

  • Then you have the perfect position for hypnosis to occur.

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