Trancework Versus Psychoactive Facilitation – Live Webinar!

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There is a key distinction that is relevant to generative and therapeutic hypnosis that a lot of people are not clear on – Trancework versus Psychoactive facilitation.

In this video I briefly unpack the difference, but if you want to get in deeper please do jump on Thursdays free webinar (and do make sure you ask the questions you would love to have answered)! Webinar details are below the video.

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James Tripp

Hypnotist and Transformative Facilitator. Creator of Hypnosis Without Trance.

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  • Malaelu Horner

    April 25, 2016

    Actually im glad i heard this because i now know what you mean by physcho fascilitation. As before i would go into a trance after hearing all your different names for naming things now im starting to get a better grasp of what your saying because im learning your language. Which is also good because your naming of things
    or your way seeing things is very different from what a lot of other hypnoists talk about and Im really starting to get you now. cheers

    • James Tripp

      April 27, 2016

      Hi Malaelu

      I recently heard someone talking about shamanism who said something like…

      “In order to do what he/she does, the shaman comes from a very different way of seeing the world than regular people.”

      It reminds me of when I first met my former mentor Steve Chandler – when I first heard him speak, his framing was alien to me… but very rapidly it began to induct me into a new world… a new way of seeing reality that opened up a whole world of choices that were hidden from me before.

      And it’s the same with changework/transformative work… where is the changeworker/coach/whatever speaking from? What reality? This, above all else, will make the biggest difference to the client. Someone (I cant remember who) once said of Erckson:

      “You could not be exposed to his life affirming philosophy without having your world transformed”

      Same thing again… Erickson was like the shaman – he saw things in a very different way from regular people and that is where he spoke from… inducing a little of that reality in his clients.

      Hypnosis is always happening – question is where are you taking yourself and others with it.

      Best,

      James

      • Malaelu Horner

        April 27, 2016

        That’s Awesome thanks James

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