- Principles of Ericksonian Hypnosis
- Differences Between Classical and Ericksonian Hypnosis
- Ericksonian Philosophy
- Rapport and Pacing
- Milton Erickson's Language Model
- Resonance and interference of personal morphogenetic fields
- Centering, Presence and Attention Control
- Trance states (induction and deepening - theory and exercises)
- Distractions for the conscious mind
- Uses of trance state
- Basic structure of a formal session of Ericksonian Hypnosis
- Sand Bucket hypnotic induction (demonstration and practice)
- Access to archetypal energies
- Hypnotic induction to remember past events (demonstration and practice)
- Hypnotic inductions of rapid (classic) hypnosis: boat, screw, spiral, etc.
Ericksonian Hypnosis, developed by the American psychiatrist Milton Erickson, is the most representative communicative and not obliged to accept the sign of evolution and the scientific valorization of the hypnotic technique.
The method uses unconscious language - the tone of voice, rhythm of speech and breathing, gaze and body posture, to induce and maintain trance states, allowing the participants to contact the hidden resources of their personalities and access resources of deep persuasion towards others.
Thus, the great differential of Ericksonian Hypnosis is the fact that the model does not clash with the beliefs and opinions of its interlocutor, and it eliminates any possibility of resistance since the person with whom you communicate is not obliged to accept your suggestions, which are registered in the unconscious for reflection and change.
It is a gentle technique of deep respect and connection between the hypnotist and the patient. There is no contraindication and no risk of manipulation or misuse. Its philosophy is based on humanity, humility and subtlety that generate changes for a lifetime.
** Participants who complete the full course (4 days) will receive a certificate of completion issued by Iluminatta Brasil.