FREE HYPNOSIS SCRIPT

Courtesy of Don Mottin

Don Mottin

Mottin & Johnson Website

SCRIPT FINDING LOST ITEMS

This technique uses ideo-motor response, instead of the typical regression.  Establish an ideo-motor response and then proceed on to the following questions. For sake of example we will be using a missing watch for the item. It is important that you have a true subconscious ideo-motor in order to have success.

FIRST QUESTION NARROWS DOWN WHERE THE OBJECT IS LOCATED AT.
At this moment in time is the watch in your home?

ONCE YOU HAVE DISCOVERED THAT THE WATCH IS AT HOME, AT THE OFFICE, OR SOME OTHER PLACE PROCEED ON.
Is the watch in one of the bedrooms?

YOU WILL NOW LOCATE THE ROOM BY PROCESS OF ELIMINATION.
We know that the watch is in the kitchen.  If you stood in the center of the kitchen and began to turn in a circle, looking up and down, would you be able to see the watch? If you lifted up an item would you be able to see the watch? If you opened something would you be able to see the watch?

SECOND OPTION.
As you enter the kitchen there is a doorway.  Standing at the doorway would the watch be closer to the opposite wall?  Would it be closer to the left wall? Would it be closer to the right wall?  Would the watch be closer to the doorway wall?

NOTE:  As you proceed on there is usually a moment when you will see a change on the client’s face, such as a smile.  When this takes place, you may stop with the ideo-motor and ask, do you know where the watch is now. Tell me verbally.

Don Mottin, Vice President
National Guild of Hypnotists


Thank you Don for sharing another great technique with the NGH Membership. If any of you would like to share a script for an upcoming NGH Membermail, please email the NGH at ngh@ngh.net with the Subject: Membermail Script. Thank you,

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