Crucial Natural World
By Terence Watts
Another book of Inductions and deepeners in the 'Crucial' series, every script in this one is based on the natural world around us - a glance at the titles and description tells all!.
This is one for beginner therapists and seasoned pros alike - anybody who is looking for something new and fresh, and which will produce a good state of hypnosis easily, even in auto-resistant clients.
Meadow: An unusual combination of relaxing imagery but rapidly changing ideas can help the client to sharply focus on self and getting the best out of life…
Sunset: This one creates a strong focus on self and seeks to instil a sense of anticipation of successful times to come.
Woodland: This one is a relaxing metaphor for discovery of the way forward through the jungle that is life and the recognition of the resources of self.
Lake: Lots of imagery and a constantly changing viewpoint that echoes many of the vagaries of life make this a good general-purpose induction.
Moonlight: This one is ideal when somebody has been seeking, and failing, to achieve some goal or another and is almost at the point of giving up…
Rivers: This induction echoes the various threads and obstructions most of us discover in life but leads eventually to a feeling of strength and resolve.
Snow: This one almost inevitably creates considerable time distortion and will create a good sense of focus upon self and dissociation from ‘the real world’.
Time: This is a good one to use for somebody who is constantly pressured for time and feels that they should be somehow be doing more.
Trees: This one is quite whimsical and will help a client to focus on their goals and aims – but it’s certainly not one for the logically minded individual.
Waterfall: This one is a mildly confusing script that changes viewpoints several times and can work well for the individual whose life is in a state of upheaval.
Wind: This is one for the busy-minded individual – it’s a brain entrainment that keeps their thoughts occupied until the very last few seconds…