Failure & Feedback Loops… Video and Podcast!

Hello Hypno-types

Fear of failure is a massive thing. When present it stops us from playing, exploring and reaching our goals. This is nowhere more obvious than in Hypnosis!

How differently would you feel about ‘failure’ if you knew that it really did contain within it everything you needed for success. The trick is making it part of your FEEDBACK LOOP!

But how?

Well, this is what I am SHOWING in this video. In the main clip you will see me FAIL TWICE to get name amnesia, before utilising the feedback from the failures to get a success.

Watch the video below, and if you want more detail on getting essential feedback from failure, listen to the podcast below the video where I am talking about failure and feedback in life, poker and hypnosis.

 

Failure and Feedback Loops – Podcast of Teleseminar/Live Webcast from Wednesday 24th August 2011...

To download this audio, visit the member HERE!


Want to learn Hypnosis Without Trance?

Check out the Hypnosis Without Trance, Hypnosis Mastery Programme and start developing your Hypnosis Without Trance today!

 

“James, sorry to bother you. I am in middle of disc 4 and I just had to tell how blown away I am. This is pure genius and your presentation is world class! Thanks!”

Josh R – New York, USA.
---------------------------------------------------------------
...you can get the programme today HERE!
---------------------------------------------------------------

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All the very best

James Tripp

P.P.S. If you liked this video...

please ‘LIKE’ it! ↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓

About The Author

James Tripp

Hypnotist and Transformative Facilitator. Creator of Hypnosis Without Trance.

32 Comments

  • Darren Altman

    August 18, 2011

    Yes James!! Another cracking video. Just a thought, this feedback and utilising the subject’s own experiences/perceptions: would you say that this is more geared to your eyes open, conversational approach, as opposed to the more ‘conventional’ induction, deepen, SLEEP, “on the count of 3…” approach?

    When you said that lots of hypnotists fail to get a phenomena, curse and give up, I would suggest that this is because they have set it up as a binary challenge. So when the person is able to say their name, that’s that!! What the hypnotist has done in this instance is to issue an instruction. “One the count of 3, your eyes will be open and YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE to say your name!”

    With your approach, it’s much more maleable, because you are simply asking them “what’s it like when your name is gone?” If they say then say their name, it’s not as bigger deal as in the first, direct approach, as all this does is open up a discussion as to why they are able to say their name. For me, there is instantly less pressure put upon the hypnotist, as it can be viewed as simply having a chat and discussing the subjects experience, as oppose to issuing commands and having them either pass or fail.

  • Roland Suljic

    August 18, 2011

    This was indeed a real trip(p). ^^
    Well done, James. Very insightful!

    Best regards,
    Roland

  • J. Crit Harley

    August 19, 2011

    Another great video … can’t wait for the webinar … thanks.
    jch

  • eulice moran

    August 20, 2011

    great stuff james, keep up the good work!

  • JC

    August 20, 2011

    Just what I needed! I’m going to hit the streets tomorrow and I will definitely remember to troubleshoot and get feedback instead of moving to the next person if things don’t work right away!

    Thanks James!
    JC

  • disa

    August 20, 2011

    hmm nice video the guys really likes using metaphors to describe his sensations. thnx James for making the webinar available online.

  • I know I am dim but, if you’d just given him a straight forward suggestion to forget his name it would have worked first time.

    • James Tripp

      August 23, 2011

      It may well have done Jon (although neither of us can know that for sure) – as I pointed out on the video, going for the visualisation was not useful in this context (I included it because I wanted to demonstrate a sequence that often is useful)

      All the very best

      James

      • Thanks for clearing that up James. I teach to go for the direct stuff first and so don’t see that much failure once a verifiable hypnosis connection has been ascertained so don’t see a lot of failure but can see the usefulness for those who use non hypnotic tests and ‘convincers’ initially.

  • wayne

    August 22, 2011

    Hi James,

    Just wondering who in the general public would be using terms just like your chappy Andy?

    I was also wondering seeing as you had his foot stuck to the floor and him being anastetic why didnt you tell him that his name was gone from his head and stuck under his foot. If he could move his foot then he could remember his name, but seeing as you had such a good ‘foot stuck to the floor’ it would have set up a great internal conflict. The harder you try to pick up your foot the more it is stuck to the floor and the more your foot is stuck to the floor the harder it is to find your name.

    Just a thought!

    • James Tripp

      August 23, 2011

      Hi Wayne

      It is really not important what words Andy used, only that they were his words describing his experience. Some people describe experience richly, some less so… obviously rich descriptions are more useable!

      And I didn’t tell him that his name was stuck under his foot, because that was one of the near infinite number of choices that I didn’t make 😉 Nice idea though.

      What you don’t see on the video is Andy experiencing his name as stuck in his throat – a utilisation of the stuckness in a different way. I excluded that in the edit because it was not a true amnesia.

      All the very best

      James

      • wayne

        August 23, 2011

        Hi James,

        >>And I didn’t tell him that his name was stuck under his foot, because that was one of the near infinite number of choices that I didn’t make 😉 Nice idea though.

        Just remember you heard it here first!!

  • Andy Brady

    August 23, 2011

    Hi James,

    Nice to look at that experience from the outside so to speak. The training was amazing! I have really been focussing on feedback in my clinical sessions (and with impromptu hypnosis) since with great results. Looking forward to the webinar..

    Kind Regards
    Andy

  • Hi James!

    I assited to the teleseminar and found it very inspiring. I just want to thank you for keeping up with this initiative. I find a lot of value in it, especially in the way you frame hypnosis as being a wonderful experiencie and praising the client for his/her hypnotic habilities. I think it’s a very uplifting frame and it shows you care about what’s going on when you do hypnosis (the word 😉

    Thank you for sharing!

    Javier

  • Gareth Lee Morgan

    August 24, 2011

    Hi James, another great teleseminar as before, for me this one was a perfect follow up to the course although I’m postive those who we’re not the course will have gone away with alot to think about. I’m sure you would have spoke about this before elsewhere but I would like to know your thoughts on a teleseminar about the best way of using these skills in changework and the pro’s and con’s of it over more typical methods. Oh, and any time you want a game of “Flobadob”, just let me know lol 😉

  • Leng

    August 24, 2011

    I really liked your idea of being the facilitator of experience and the way you utilize out of what seems to be failure. This information has been very useful to me. Will this be available for downloads?

  • Steven

    August 24, 2011

    Thanks for the video and webinar James. Your approach continues to inform and inspire my practice of hypnotic changework. IMO it would be great to have a webinar on your ‘protocol’ for treating chemical addictions, since I think a lot of hypnosis change workers out there, including myself, would benefit.

    All the best, Steven

    • Andy Brady

      August 25, 2011

      Thanks for the Webinar James, loving hearing more on the feedback issue. I missed the first few minutes so will download the recording and give it a complete listen through.. For me, the webinar really augmented the material we covered over the weekend. I greatly appreciate you putting these on.. Cheers.. Andy

  • Travis

    August 26, 2011

    Awesome video! I thought you were a goner there for a bit, but you proved again that you know your stuff.

    Thanks James.

  • Hi James

    Listen to this a while back and meant to say great seminar, You may like to check Scott Miller Phd, he has done a several studies in the effect of feedback in therapy and from what I understand basically proving that even if you did no change work whatsoever and just got the client to feedback at each session that in many cases the clients sort themselves out and depending on out skill as a therapist we are responsible for about 5-25% of the changes a client makes.

    Cheers

    Lenny

    • James Tripp

      October 14, 2011

      That, Lenny, is a very interesting piece of info! Thank you for sharing!

      I will check out Scott Miller!

      All the very best

      James

  • wayne

    December 9, 2011

    Very interesting!

  • Doc Regal

    December 10, 2011

    I appreciate your willingness to share your work, James. Less is not always more, and direct tactics, if insufficient, can require using another approach. Your clever solution worked. Great job!

  • sachin damle

    June 9, 2012

    sir,
    I am your fan n learn two tricks, foot stuck and hand stuck method. My problem is that I am not getting your pronunciation, being an Indian. Can you convert your speech in word and write down just like in movies short titles?

    • admin

      June 11, 2012

      Hi Sachin

      I am sorry that you are having trouble with my pronunciation. Unfortunately, there are no plans at the moment to transcribe the videos, but this may change in the future.

      All the very best

      James

  • Ken

    June 9, 2012

    James, I’d like to see you do the Hypnosis without Trance in addressing an emotional issue. Do you have such a video I can watch? (versus cards or loss of name)

    Ken

    • admin

      June 11, 2012

      Not really Ken, but I do have a couple of related snippets:

      Ideodynamic Lever

      Letting Go – An Ideodynamic Metaphor

      These are from demonstrations of application rather than full-blown changework sessions, but they will give you an idea!

      All the very best

      James

      P.S. The above two clips are from the Changework Applications DVD/Download set.

      • Ken

        June 11, 2012

        Thanks, James. Superb. I want to see more of such ‘work’ using the ideodynamic change work approach! Do you have a dvd illustrating and explaining it in more depth that I can purchase? Or any other “clips”. You make mention at the end of the second clip that you were going to show another clip of such work. Do you have the link to that clip to share with me and others? Since I live in the USA, I cannot regrettably participate in one of your workshops in person!

        I think your approach is visceral, cellular and so “clean” that it excites me. The female client clapping at the end of her session struck me as her ’embedding’ the change within her. The gentleman holding onto the coin ‘sensed’ the heaviness of his hold onto what he was struggling to “let go” of.
        I wonder what could have helped me to actually “let go” of it.

        I am a body-centered coach for me who want to address issues related to their sexuality. So many of my client could benefit from “letting go” of stereotypes around their masculinity. Do you see how this excites me, James? I also use EFT (Emotion Freedom Technique) and it too is highly effective using metaphors and clean language. I can only at this point imagine the ‘power’ for change for men in ‘transitions’ in their lives.

        Thanks again, and I look forward to hearing back from you.

        • admin

          June 11, 2012

          Hi Ken

          Glad that you are liking the stuff! The purchasable stuff where I go into greater depth is all right here:

          https://www.hypnosiswithouttrance.com/home-study/

          All the very best

          • Ken

            June 11, 2012

            Thanks, James. There are a lot of choices there. Which do you recommend first for “change work”?

            Ken

          • admin

            June 13, 2012

            Hi Ken

            The Changework Applications set is the only one that is changework specific, but the material on that builds on what is covered in the Hypnsosis Mastery Programme, which is always what I recommend people start with (as the rest builds on it).

            All the very best

            James

Leave A Response