Hypnosis Course Curriculum Content
HYPNOSIS COURSE NO 201 BASIC HYPNOTHERAPY
•The Mind and Body Connection.
•What is an Altered State of Consciousness?
•Who can achieve Hypnosis & How
•Methods to Induce hypnosis.
•(Auditory, sensory & verbal suggestion techniques)
•Induction techniques for Hypnosis
•Six levels of consciousness
•How to Determine Level & How to use biofeedback techniques
•Inducing Deeper Hypnotic trance (why and how?)
•Techniques for Deepening the hypnosis
•How to awaken from the hypnotic state? (Best techniques)
•How to determine hypnotic suggestibility
•Dangers and what to avoid in using hypnosis
•Why should you always use positive suggestion
•How to use suggestion for direct symptom removal
•Class Demonstrations & Class Exercises
copyright 1989, 1994, 1996, 2003 The PATH Foundation
HYPNOSIS COURSE NO 202 INTERMEDIATE HYPNOTHERAPY (SELF HYPNOSIS)
•Working with your own Mind and Body
•Why work with hypnosis (How and why hypnosis can help)
•Edgar Cayce and hypnosis
•Six different Induction Techniques for self induction of Hypnosis
•What can be accomplished at various levels of consciousness
•How to Determine (depth) level of self hypnosis
•Recognize the subtle forms of hypnotism in everyday life.
•Inducing Deeper State of self hypnosis (Alpha to Theta)
•Brain Physiology & Brain wave analysis in hypnosis
•What are hypnotic suggestions?
•The Different Types of Hypnotic Suggestion
•How to create effective hypnotic suggestions
•What to avoid in Hypnotic suggestions and why?
•Why positive suggestion is so much more powerful
•Using self hypnosis to release blocks, fears and causes.
•Make your own self-hypnosis tapes or CDs (verbal and subliminal)
•Class demonstrations & Class Exercises
copyright 1989, 1994, 1996, 2005 The PATH Foundation
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