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Hypnosis Training Video #348: What Is Hypnosis & the Fundamentals of Hypnosis – Part 2

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What Is Hypnosis & the Fundamentals of Hypnosis – Part 2

Happy Hypno-Tuesday! I’m back for another episode of Hypnosis Etc. on

In this episode I recap the part 1 of the series then I continue with the rest of the fundamentals of hypnosis.

Today, I talk about the ways to tell if someone is hypnotized and discuss which depth testing is best to use to be successful with the clients.

I define what “deepening hypnosis” is and its importance. Then I discuss the ideal situation to start any hypnosis process in the first session. Finally, I go in depth with the meaning of compounding of suggestion in hypnosis.

Things discussed in today’s video:

  • How to tell if someone is hypnotized?
  • When should you use covert and overt depth testing?
  • What does deepening hypnosis mean?
  • What is a “convincer” and why is it so important?
  • What is compounding of suggestion and why is it so misunderstood?

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