Sunday, March 14, 2010

How to use a Bind in Hypnotic Language | NLP is Fun

For those of you who are curious about Hypnosis here is a small chunk on the use of Some Binds you can use during your inductions:

These Binds are made famous by Milton Erickson who was known for smooth executions such as these in his language patterns.

Some are Simple Binds and some are slightly more complex, here are the examples:

Simple Bind: 
Would you like to come now or regret coming later ?

Double Binds:
I wonder whether you will notice the change in yourself or others sooner or later.
Coué Binds:
Which means that if at sometime you try to think about hypnosis like you used to, you'll also discover, even if you try not to, that you will begin to sense a better option coming to you.
Time Double Binds:
I wonder if you will notice how you have improved on the day you come or a day later.
Double - Dissociation Binds:
You can discover a resource without knowing how you did or know how you did without knowing where it came from.
Reverse set Double Binds:
Now i know it has taken you some time to decide to continue learning hypnosis, and i respect that. And there are obviously things that you want to Improve on in your own time. So Let's agree that you will begin them when you are good and ready. ok
Non Sequitur Double Binds:
Intermediate Hypnosis is available to everyone and you will feel more confident.
Emotion Binds:
And know... as you become more confident and more positive, or just more happy about things generally ... you might like to ask yourself: how will the change happen? and then wait and see when they start, what you notice. 

Conscious /Unconscious Double Binds:
Even if you consciously consider changing without knowing how you will do it you can unconsciously know how you'll do it without thinking about how it is done.
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