Can’t focus on anything you read?
That’s wonderful! You are the best hypnosis subject ever!
Why? Because you have the ability to relax in response to at least two different kinds of stimuli. And that is an amazing gift.
Lazy readers are wonderful.
Do you often lose track of your spots in textbooks? Great! You have a skill you need to be easily led into a trance. What some people call a tendency toward laziness is actually a positive trait for therapy. A person who can’t keep track of the content in a book is being led into a relaxing trance by the repetition of the words on its pages.
Bedtime readers are pretty good.
If you read for pleasure as you lie in bed at night, you will make an ok subject. Folks who peruse novels as they get ready to fall asleep train their minds to feel sleepy during that activity. Do you find that you can’t rest unless you’ve been reading? You’ve given yourself a hypnotic trigger.
Sleepy learners are successful subjects.
Why are all of these folks so fortunate when it comes to being hypnotized (aff link)? Because they have two avenues by which they can be easily led into that state. The vast majority of people can be guided into hypnosis with oral inductions and deepening methods. A person who can also do self hypnosis with the written word is doubly abled.
Curious about how being bad can be good? Ask me your questions as replies.
Get more facts on trances from Jer Grafsgaard on YouTube.