How to Take on Potential Clients with Difficult Issues Happy New Year, Hypno-Pros! Celeste and I are back again and we're starting 2013 off with another episode on Hypnosis Etc. on www.CalBanyan.com. In this latest episode, Celeste and I discuss how to tackle difficult issues that some clients may need help with. We deal with
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It is kind of a long story, but suffice it to say that a while back I got the idea, "wouldn't it be really great if there were just one hypnosis script that worked for just about everything?" Well, as a result of that idea, I put my subconscious mind to work on it, and one day, it popped into my head, the virtually universal hypnosis script.
I've refined it over the years and I'm offering it to you to use in your hypnosis session. I'm doing this because I understand how, in the beginning, you need some really good examples of scripts in order to do good work and build your confidence. Plus, even if you have lots of experience, there is always that time when you could use a little inspiration when writing up a custom script for a new client.
Before you begin using the "script" that is to follow, please read these comments, because this is really more than a script or hypnosis patter when you really begin to understand how you can use it.
Since 5-PATH® is a universal approach to doing hypnotherapy, it seemed that it would be extremely useful if a universal approach to direct suggestion parts of the process could be developed. This script is virtually universal because it is extremely flexible. In actuality, there could be no such thing as a completely universal script that would work in every case, but I believe this approach comes pretty close. It uses the idea of coming to a "fork in the road," to represent a life-changing choice. This idea idiom is found in almost every culture in one form or another. It also uses the familiar idea of a "High Road" and a "Low Road" of which the "High Road" is universally accepted as being the preferable choice, which may require some effort, but well worth it.