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Embedded Command

A hypnosis technique where you analogically mark (see analogue marking) a portion of a sentence. The conscious mind is not aware of the marking but the unconscious mind takes it as a suggestion. For instance: " Do you think you can understand this easily?"

Books:  Hypnosis - James, Trance-formations - Bandler & Grinder

Course: NLP Practitioner Certification

Ericksonian Hypnosis

The form of hypnosis developed by Dr Milton Erickson. Erickson used ambiguity to induce trance in a very indirect, permissive way.

Books: Hypnosis - James, Trance-formations - Bandler & Grinder

Course: NLP Practitioner Certification

Eye Accessing Patterns

There is a direct correlation between how someone is thinking and where he or she moves their eyes. For instance, when someone looks up, they are seeing pictures in their mind’s eye. Knowing the eye patterns enables you to know how someone is thinking and therefore how best to communicate with them.


Book: Frogs Into Princes - Bandler & Grinder

Courses: NLP Practitioner Certification

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