Exiting Hypnosis

I need to say a quick something about ending the hypnosis session.  In classic ‘trance based’ hypnosis there is a whole ‘wake up’ procedure that really needs to be followed in bringing people ‘back’.  With the ‘no-trance’ approach, there is no need to bring people back, because they haven’t been anywhere!

But we do need to release the subject from the loops we have set up, and hand control 100% back to them.

Here’s how I do it:

I get them to take a really big breath in and then release it and as they do I issue instructions for them to return to normality.  So lets imagine you wan’t to unstick a hand and return them to ‘normal’, it’s going to sound a little like this:

“O.K., go ahead and take a really big breath in (wait for them to take it), and just let that go, and as you let that go your hand can unstick and return to normal, so you can move it fully, 100% back to normal, and feeling wonderful in every way… and how was that?”

And that is just about it!

Afterwards I always let the person know that it was their own mind that created that shift in their reality, because “you have that power within you, and what you might not realise yet is that you can use that power now, in your everyday life to get more of the things that you want for both yourself and the people who are important to you.” 

This is just leaving the subject with a little gift – something that they can feel good about.  I like to do this!



About The Author

James Tripp

Hypnotist and Transformative Facilitator. Creator of Hypnosis Without Trance.

1 Comment

  • Rudy

    July 26, 2010

    Hey James,
    Good stuff yes, the breath!

    I also let them know UP AHEAD that they can prove how strong their mind is…that they can prove that -are- that strong …. a supermotivator to join me in the travel….

    but thats another story 🙂 a little ot


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