Control Room Hypnosis Script
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One of my favourite techniques to use in hypnotherapy is the Control Room technique: it is appropriate for a range of issues and is always relevant to the client because the control room they experience is their very own, not one that I create for them.
In hypnosis, I ask my client to imagine going into their very own control room i.e. the place where everything about them such as fears, confidence, creative ability, attitude to exercise etc is housed. It holds all of the controls from the moment of creation. As you can appreciate, the average 30 year old will have all sorts of controls which no longer have any relevance to their life; they may also have controls which are broken or not working as well as they might, so the first order of the day is a good Spring Clean and fixing session.
I ask my clients to find particular controls and guide them through making these work as efficiently as possible. This may involve replacing parts or improving function or simply rearranging the room.
The reason I love this technique is that my client is always in control, can move controls around the room, link them together, update, replace or get rid of obsolete controls. My client makes the decision about how the control works and how it shows information such as using a dial/push button/ lever etc, and in much the same way that an electrician would PAT test equipment on a regular basis then sign and date a label to that effect, the client does the same.
The subconscious mind is responsible for governing all automated reflexes and responses. The mind runs the body - it controls our heartbeat, breathing, muscles movements, imagination, emotions, memories and so much more. The mind is responsible for regulating our hormones, metabolism and - wait for it - the way in which we think about food. Anyone who has ever been on a diet will testify that they are constantly thinking about their next meal or how many calories or points are involved. People who have used hypnosis to help them to lose weight find those thoughts no longer present.
One technique which is effective for a range of issues is to ask the client, in hypnosis, to imagine going into their very own control room i.e. the place where everything about them such as fears, confidence, creative ability etc. is housed.
The great thing about the control room technique is that the client takes control, can move controls around the room, link them together, update, replace or get rid of obsolete controls. The client takes control of how the control works and how it shows information such as using a dial/push button/lever etc. and in much the same way that an electrician would PAT test equipment on a regular basis then sign and date a label to that effect, the client does the same.
At the end of each visit to the control room, there is a final check that the controls are working. In subsequent sessions, the client will revisit the control room to make any further adjustments or to check on progress.
Hypnosis has been used for centuries to control pain.3 From major amputations to the resetting of broken limbs, hypnosis has been applied to achieve both analgesia (the absence of pain) and anaesthesia (the absence of any sensation).
Self-hypnosis, in the simplest terms, is hypnosis that is self-induced. You follow a script that helps you relax the body and mind, and after following a few steps, you reach a day dream-like trance state.
I have a very bad reaction to narcotic pain medication. The doctors always try to give it to me after surgery. They think Morphine is the end all cure. For me hypnosis is the best medicine for pain control.
Self Hypnosis is the key to pain relief. It requires a few steps, but in this world of narcotic addiction, our access to any pain meds will be limited. So go into the pain knowing that and have a plan for controlling it instead of it controlling you. You need to find a spot and time to always look forward to, start slowly with a good script that you like or rewrite, record the level of pain when starting and finishing, and keep learning techniques. The power of the mind can help you control your pain.
Hypnosis scripts for MS and recorded meditations are useful. However working one-on-one with a hypnotherapist can be even more effective. For one, the meditations can be designed specifically for your symptoms. Additionally, hypnosis can help to address what is causing your MS and heal the underlying issues (stress, MS personality, relationships, etc).
This guided imagery for MS video and mp3 MS uses a control room analogy. This is a classic hypnotic script. It is used by many hypnotists to help their clients get relief from discomfort. You can listen and download this free self-hypnosis recording below.
ADAMS: A neural neutraliser. Experimental.Actually, we don't expect to get much use out of it at all. That beamfrom above neutralises brain waves, relaxes the patient's mind. Doesthem no harm, of course, and the effects are only temporary.KIRK: One question, Doctor. If it doesn't do any good ADAMS: Why do we go on using it, hmm, Captain Hope. Yes, yes, there'salways that slight chance that it might do some good in the moreviolent cases. NOEL: Tranquillisers are fine, Captain, but to continually pumpchemicals into a person's bloodstream ADAMS: Exactly my point, Helen. Yes. Shall we (he and Noel leave) KIRK: (to therapist) How does it work THERAPIST: Quite simple. Off on switches, and the large control herechanges the strength of the brain neutralising beam.ADAMS: Captain, you remind me of the ancient sceptic who demanded ofthe wise old sage to be taught all the world's wisdom while standing onone foot.NOEL: Beam neutralising has been experimented with on Earth, Captain.I'm not acquainted with this particular style of equipment, but I canassure you that Doctor Adams has not created a chamber of horrors here.KIRK: I didn't mean to suggest that he had. The reason I asked, sir,was you haven't mentioned where Doctor Van Gelder's injury occurred.ADAMS: Right here, Captain. Yes, Simon was a very stubborn man. Hecould've sat in that room for years with the beam at that volume oreven higher. Or if he simply had someone standing by to snap it off incase he got into trouble, but, but no. He tried it alone and on fullvolume. It's a pity.KIRK: (to therapist) Thank you. (leaves) THERAPIST: (to man in treatment chair) You will forget all you haveheard. To remember any portion of it, any word, will cause you pain,terrible pain, growing more terrible as you fight to remember.
NOEL: They've taken you from the room, Captain.You're in your own quarters now.KIRK: Helen. Helen, for years I've loved you. Helen. NOEL: Try to remember.KIRK: I've loved you.NOEL: He placed all that in your mind. KIRK: For years.NOEL: Remember. Doctor Adams took the controls away from me. Do youremember the pain and then his voice RememberKIRK: Yes. Yes, I remember. I remember. Helen. Look. The duct. Theduct. Give me a hand here. Pull. (cover comes open) Air conditioning.It has to connect with other ducts and tunnels. You can get throughthis. It might lead to the power supply. Short-circuited, it would cutoff the security force field. Have you had any training in hyper-powercircuitsNOEL: No.KIRK: Megavoltage. Touch the wrong line, and you're dead.NOEL: Anything's better than Adams' treatment room. (he closes thecover behind her and the door opens) Time for another treatment
ADAMS: Please don't fight me, Captain. The painonly gets worse when you doubt me. You believe in me completely.KIRK: I believe in you. ADAMS: You trust me completely. KIRK: I trust you.ADAMS: Excellent, Captain. I compliment you. Do you know Doctor VanGelder was down on his hands and knees sobbing at this point It was sogratifying. I'm so fortunate to have had a couple of excellentspecimens to, to work with. I've learned a great deal.LETHE: The woman doctor. She's gone, Doctor Adams. ADAMS: Notify security at once, Lethe. Where is she, CaptainKIRK: I, argh, I don't know.ADAMS: Where is Helen And with what instructionsKIRK: I don't know. (collapses)(Noel makes it to the power control room and finds an off switch but itwon't move)
In conversational hypnosis, a direct suggestion is an explicit command to perform a certain action. Though powerful, it is sometimes viewed as unethical because as the authority (a doctor or hypnotist) you hold power over the client. The client does not control the decision to change behavior with this method. The Stanford Prison Experiment was an infamous example of using authority, obedience, and direct suggestions to manipulate subjects.
Bentley: Alright, boys, we're ready for the next phase. My plan to get at the Clockwerk wings requires the use of the electric winch above the ballroom. To get control over the device, I'll need to hack the computers in Rajan's boardroom. Plus, we'll need an extra-strong saw blade to cut the wings off the statue. To make a saw blade that durable, I'll need Sly to steal the gems off the headdresses on Rajan's prize elephants. And finally, I'll take to the field with my remote control helicopter and nullify the palace's surface-to-air defenses. That should clear things up for the heist.
Bentley: Thanks to your recent efforts, we're ready to attempt a Murray rescue. I call this plan the \"Trojan Tank.\" Step one: we use the Contessa's keys to steal one of her tanks. I'll jump in and drive while you keep out of sight by crawling underneath. With some luck, the guards won't notice anything out of the ordinary and open the prison gates for us. We casually roll in and then blast the security doors to Murray's cell block. Once inside, you'll need to improvise your way up to the guard control center and open the doors leading down to solitary confinement. Let's hope Murray hasn't cracked under the Contessa's hypnosis. 59ce067264