Wordweaving presents a radical new approach to the use of hypnotic suggestion. For years hypnotherapists have used scripts which are aimed at a particular problem, like smoking or weight loss, rather than aiming at the client who smokes or has weight issues. This book suggests that it is not the problem that is the problem; it's the client's unique relationship with the problem that's the problem. Mastering this book will free you from the constraints of scripts and enable you to use your creative skill to weave subtle spells that empower your clients by changing their model of reality. It presents the science behind suggestion, and the means of using that science to create magical ways of influencing others.
Using the latest research from neuroscience, evolutionary psychology and NLP, this book describes:
How past learning guides us now, and how misinterpretation of our childhood experiences can shape our present.
How much of our behaviour is unconscious and often not in our direct control.
The matrix model of behaviour that can accurately map the process of a problem.
How our neurological levels organise our version of reality.
Wordweaving takes this knowledge and integrates it into a modern understanding of hypnosis to form the most complete step-by-step method for learning powerful hypnotic language.
The Wordweaving system teaches you how to:
* Aim suggestions specifically at the key points of the client's problem;
* Resolve problems by using the natural trance states we experience while experiencing the problem.
* Linguistically frame the suggestion using the elegant and subtle language patterns from NLP to give it maximum impact.
"Wordweaving is the most significant advance in hypnotic language since the Structure of Magic by Bandler and Grinder in the '70s." Dr Shaun Brookhouse
"I would recommend this book unreservedly to anyone involved in the process of change, whether assisting others therapeutically, or simply for personal growth. It will prove invaluable!" Fiona Biddle Executive Director National Council for Hypnotherapy
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About the Author
Trevor Silvester was a police officer for eighteen years before leaving to become a hypnotherapist and trainer. With his wife Rebecca he launched the Quest Institute in 2000 to teach the approach he developed: Cognitive Hypnotherapy. It has since evolved into an international network of therapists who help the public with a wide range of problems within an evolving model. He was the editor of the Hypnotherapy Journal for nine years and served as Director on the Committee of the National Council for Hypnotherapy in a variety of roles, including ethics and supervision, for a further five. In 2003 he was awarded the research prize for this book, and in 2007 he was awarded the Hartland Prize for his contribution to hypnotherapy. In addition to his writing and teaching commitments Trevor runs a clinic in Harley Street.