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Mondegreens, Oronyms And Indirect Suggestion

pulletDid you hear about the journalist who wrote a great article about a young hen who could play “Imagine” on the piano and with her talent, inspired the end to a war? It was a pullet surprise winning peace.

What does that awful pun have to do with hypnosis, NLP, indirect suggestion, ericksonian hypnosis and how effective you can be in helping people?

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Confusion: Its Uses In Teaching,Therapy & Problem Solving

ConsuionHave you ever been in a group of people and someone from a ways away waved at you? Maybe you weren’t sure if they were waving at you or someone behind you but you didn’t recognize them. And as they came closer, you weren’t sure how to react. “Should I put on my, ‘Good to see you’ face or should I look like I don’t know them,” you might think. You’re confused.

Find out why that state of confusion is so valuable and why you’re going to want to create that confusion in others if you want to help them learn or change in…

Confusion: Its Uses In Teaching ,Therapy & Problem Solving

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Ericksonian Inductions

Part 1 of Ericksonian Inductions looks at several easy techniques to add to your inductions to make them more effective. Discover how using permissive words, presuppositions, utilization and contextual cues can help you honor the responses of each client, resulting in more cooperation from the clients and more confidence on your end.

Ericksonian Inductions.

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