Letting Go – An Ideodynamic Metaphor

O.K. Here’s a short piece or content free changework utilising an Ideodynamic phenomenon to generate a metaphor for releasing a stuck state.

The clip being discussed is from the Hypnosis Without Trance, Changework Applications DVD set that is due to be released next week.

As usual please do ask questions and leave your comments in the ‘comments’ section below… and ‘LIKE’ this or share this on Facebook  if you like it.

All the very best

James

P.S. I will be releasing 30 pre-launch copies of Hypnosis Without Trance Changework Applications on Thursday 23rd June 2011, at a little over 20% off launch price.  This offer will be available to email subscribers only, so if you aren’t on the list and would like to qualify, please sign up in the box in the sidebar to your right.

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James Tripp

Hypnotist and Transformative Facilitator. Creator of Hypnosis Without Trance.

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22 Comments

  • great always enjoy learning from your hypnosis without a trance videos, would love to attend your next workshop in Sydney Australia

    • James Tripp

      June 20, 2011

      Thanks Christine

      I will possibly be coming to Australia next year, although it may be Melbourne rather than Sydney.

      James

  • Susan

    June 20, 2011

    Brilliant! I cannot wait to give this a try. Thank you and keep up the good work.

  • M D Gray

    June 20, 2011

    James,
    Have you heard from the white gentleman how things are with his letting go now that some time has gone by?

    • James Tripp

      June 20, 2011

      I haven’t followed up with this client, because it was a very basic demonstration of a single idea rather than a formal changework session.

      However, I would always recommend following up with ‘proper’ clients (with their agreement, of course) as it tis the only way to know whether your work is effective or not.

      All the very best

      James

  • Sean

    June 20, 2011

    Hi, James!

    As always, great pragmatic stuff! great video!

    Kindest regards,

    Sean

    PS. Quick question: Are your DVD products Region 1 compatible?

    • James Tripp

      June 20, 2011

      Hi Sean

      The are all region compatible, however, they are in PAL rather than NTSC. This means that you may experience trouble playing them on U.S. televisions (although they will play just fine on Macs and PCs)

      All the very best

      James

  • paul elie

    June 20, 2011

    hello james, i totazlly agree with your statements about scripts and hypnotherapy…..being myself a hypno with many certifications from NGH trained by kein,mottin and banyan!
    unfortunatly , for many reasons that i am not going to expose here: i am not practicing here in france…. but your method excite my hopes about doing it again!
    i love to buy something from you , but i am not alowed ( my finances) would you make me somme credit?on trust?….
    or i would love to translate all your materials in exchange….as a paiement….
    what do you say?
    thanks anyway….paul.

  • When is your next training in the UK?

  • Great stuff! =-)

  • Hi James,

    very interesting, and I can connect to the power behind that process that you talk about. Thank you for sharing.

    All the best,

    Javier

  • Peter Wright

    June 20, 2011

    Hi James,
    A couple of days ago I was working with a lad aged 14 in a sports coaching context, and he was having technical issues with “trying too hard” to do some particular action. The more or the harder he tried the worse his outcomes got. I got him to try and deliberately make mistakes but hard as he tried he couldn’t make any!
    I just quickly ran the “Card Stick” past him – with the idea that the more he tried to let go of it the more he couldn’t and the more it just “stuck” in his grip. As he experienced what was happening for him, he made that connection you mention in the vid – ie that the more he accelerated “trying” (both physically and metaphorically) the less he was able to achieve.
    I have used this before in terms of changework, purely to illustrate the metaphorical aspect and the outcomes are always positive. In each case there has been no need for “conventional” hypnotic artifices, or indeed even set-up and preframe. Within the power of the example they always make the connection.

    Thanks again, as always!

    • James Tripp

      June 20, 2011

      Nice work, Peter! I love hearing about creative applications such as this!

      J

  • Travis

    June 20, 2011

    Hey James, great video! Looking forward to the changework applications training. I’ve been doing a lot of work lately around a “life metaphor” concept as the most basic story/metaphor by which we live our lives, giving rise to our personality/worldview, etc. I’ve been thinking about some strategic ways that we can change the “life metaphor” and this seems like a pretty powerful application. The more I think about it, the more I realize life is pretty much just metaphors and meanings strung together in a way that either works or doesn’t work. Anyways, I’m going on a rant here…thanks for the insight!

  • J. Crit Harley

    June 20, 2011

    Another great video … thanks. Can’t wait for the follow-up course.
    jch

  • bob burns

    June 20, 2011

    Sorry James but it wouldn’t open. Is anyone else having the same probs?

  • Reinaldo martinez G.

    June 20, 2011

    dear james; I’like very much to know this technical knowledge.

  • raul de la horra

    June 20, 2011

    Hallo, James! Very courious and agree with your ideo-motor technique, I find that grate, I was searching for this kind of changework idee. Please, keep-me a copie. Smiles, Raul

  • JC

    June 20, 2011

    Hi James!

    Glad to hear about your new product! I have a couple questions for you if you don’t mind!

    1) Can you tell us how many different techniques are taught on the DVD?

    2) Are they all content-free approaches? (I’m very much interested in content-free approaches).

    3) Can you share about what kind of problematics these techniques are most effective for? For example phobias, smoking, weight loss, or can it work for forgiveness therapy?

    Thanks a lot James, looking forward to learning more about it! I’m quite excited about it, having bought your other products!

    Thanks,
    JC 🙂

  • Reinaldo martinez G.

    July 1, 2011

    Dear james; i’m still waiting for the HWT changework video. It’s possible to
    Buy it soon. Please let me know if I can get it. I’m very interested.
    Sincerely Reinaldo

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