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Multiple Embedded Metaphors - Closing Loops

Multiple Embedded Metaphors - Closing Loops
Close Loop No.5
When Milton Erickson awoke the next morning inside the boiler
factory, the first thing he heard was the workers saying, “What
does that kid think he can learn here, when it has taken us so long
to learn how to communicate inside?” But he knew that he’d learned
something very valuable. He knew he’d learned something that
could carry him through his entire life. He knew because if you
can communicate with your Unconscious.. . your Unconscious Mind,
you can ask it to do anything. Clear up your health, have you he happy,
find the way to realize your deepest desires. Just communicating with
your Unconscious Mind. At least that’s what Erickson thought.
What do you think?
Close Loop No.4
Six months after Mr. Right’s second release from the hospital, the
American Medical Association made the final announcement that
Krebiozen was totally worthless in the treatment of cancer. Within
three days, Mr. Right returned to the hospital and died.
What is important about this story is the healing power you have
inside your own body. I first told this story at an NLP Practitioner
Training. One woman in the class had a dramatic reaction to hearing
the story. Within a week, a lump she had had in her breast disap-
peared. The power that you have to heal is very, very important.
Close Loop No.3
And back in the Dean’s office, the Professor said, “John, since you
knew all 10 questions and the order they were in, I believe you know
the answers. And the Dean said, “I’m going to recommend that you
get an A in this course.” In fact, Erickson said that John got all As
because he knew how to pay attention to everything. He really knew
how to look at people and listen to them, and he knew that that was a
learning he would remember the rest of his life. And he did.
Close Loop No.2
I never got caught looking at Christmas presents. I never did, I really
never did. But they always knew. And now that you’re a parent,
don’t you know? There’s that little telltale sign, of the slightly ripped
paper, and you say “I guess I’d better change my hiding place next
year.” But all the while, that curiosity: Hey what’s going on in
there? What’s happening? Inside?
Close Loop No.1
And as you continue to LEARN HYPNOSIS EASILY AND EFFORT-
LESSLY, you may not need to develop those 30 pages that Erickson
did. You can rely on his experience to talk less and less, and observe and
utilize more.
And I can assure you that the more you really pay attention to detail,
the richer your experience will be as you lead your clients easily into
trance and talk with their Unconscious Minds.

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