1) During the complete Hypnosis session, the client will not have any awareness

2) Sometimes, people may get struck in between in Hypnosis

3) Clinical Hypnosis has its roots in Occult.

4) Feeble minded people can be hypnotized easily

5) Dominant voice and Penetrative eyes are pre-requisite for hypnotist

6) During hypnosis, the client will vomit all the secrets

7) Hypnosis and Coma - Both the states are same

8) Hypnosis is nothing but mind control and brain washing

9) Hypnosis is a state of heightened state of conciousness

10) Behaviour change is not possible through Hypnotherapy

11) Hypnotherapy is a independant therapy

12) The therapist can not change emotions, feeling and thoughts through Hypnotherapy

13) Hypnosis may bring alterations in Perceptions

14) Hypnosis may bring changes in the subjective experience

15) Hypnosis is `induced Trance'

16) It is must that the counsellor spread Positivity through Social media pages which will brand him

17) To succeed in counselling today, we have to follow multi-therapy model

18) What psychologist has to do immediately if someone with persistent suicidal thoughts come?

19) Hypnotherapy and  Relaxation is one and the same

20) Hypnotherapy and Meditation is same

21) Hypnotherapy is Knowledge based and not skill based

22) Breath focus is not a common feature of several techniques that evoke the relaxation response.

23) Sympathetic nervous system is not responsible for calmness and relaxation.

24) In progressive muscle relaxation, you start by tensing and relaxing the muscles from your toes and progressively working your way up to your shoulder.

25) Autogenic relaxation is a type of relaxation in which you use both visual imagery and body awareness to bring calmness in body and mind

26) The benefits of relaxation techniques

27) Guided imagery is a relaxation technique to take client into Alpha state

28) Progressive muscle relaxation can be done prior to Hypenotherapy session to put the client in Alpha state

29) Your brain produces delta waves when you are completely relaxed in deep sleep. Delta waves are essential for your body to heal and restore during sleep.

30) Brain waves can be measured using electroencephalography, or EEG, and magnetoencephalography, or MEG.

31) A gamma wave is considered to be the fastest brain activity. It is responsible for cognitive functioning, learning, memory, and information processing.(35Hz) .

32) With a predominance of theta waves (4–8 Hz) one’s focus is on the internal world. This state is a world of hypnogogic imagery where a number of alpha–theta patients have encountered an “inner healer” who represents their shift out of victim

33)  Alpha brain waves (8–13 Hz) may be considered a bridge from the external world to the internal world, and vice versa.

34) Numerous EEG studies suggest that there are particular brain wave patterns and brain structures associated with creative problem solving, or at least specific phases within the problem-solving process

35) The brain wave patterns are unique for every individual.

36) When someone is in THETA waves in Hypnotherapy , He is in Deep Trance. (4 to8HZ) and he will be deeply relaxed with complete awareness

37) When someone is Theta state in SLEEP, he may be in 4-8 Hz and Deeply relaxed and Inward focussed.

38) When someone is in Alpha state  in Hypnotherapy , he may be in  8-12 Hz in EEG and he will be very relaxed with active attention

39) When someone is in Alpha state during sleep , he may be in 8-12 Hz and feel very relaxed with passive attention

40) The Beta Waves have 12-35Hz and people start feeling relaxed when they are near 12 or 13 Hz

41) There are five Frequency band in EEG namely, Gamma, Geta , Alpha ,Theta and Delta


Theta waves have

4–8 Hz

This states happens which you in Tension

43) Frequency band of Delta waves are

44) Brain waves are oscillating electrical voltages in the brain measuring just a few millionths of a volt

45) ECG & EEG are one and the same

46) Hypnotic Inductions means

47) Which techniques share one critical requirement: getting the subject into a hypnotic state ?

48) In hypnotherapy , Regression involves guiding the subject to explore and uncover past experiences or memories that may be the cause of conflict or a negative behaviour.

49) I have stress. In Awareness, I dont want to smoke, I know the after effects and I know it does not reduce my stress , however, I could not control and I smoke, because

50) Congruence means

51) Direct Suggestion involves suggesting a desired behaviour or outcome to someone in a hypnotic state. This is perhaps the simplest and most common technique used by hypnotists for guiding a client to a desired outcome.

52) Direct Suggestion involves suggesting a desired behaviour or outcome to someone in a hypnotic state. This is perhaps the simplest and most common technique used by hypnotists for guiding a patient to a desired outcome.

53) Hypnotherapy is recommended in the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome by the American College of Gastroenterology clinical guideline for the management of IBS.

54) The North American Menopause Society recommends hypnotherapy for the nonhormonal management of menopause-associated vasomotor symptoms, giving it the highest level of evidence.

55) Before  giving hypnotherapy, the therapist will do suggestibility test to check whether the client will be suitable for hypnotherapy

56) During a hypnotherapy session, people are guided through a process to induce a trance state that helps them focus their minds, respond more readily to suggestions, and become deeply relaxed.

57) Hypnotherapy is an dependant therapy that utilizes hypnosis to aid in the treatment of specific symptoms or health conditions.


59) The limbic system has a major role in human emotion.

60) The new cortex is our “smart” brain, the executive part of our system that is responsible for all higher-order conscious activity such as language, abstract thought, imagination, and creativity, to name just a few.

61) Limbic  system Sometimes referred to as the “emotional brain”

62) Threats to survival are first addressed by the primitive brain (Reptilian Brain)

63)  `Reptilian Brain' of the brain is responsible for the most basic survival functions, such as heart rate, breathing, body temperature, and orientation in space.

64) Neuroscientist Paul D. MacLean formulated TRIUNE BRAIN in the 1960s, detailed in his 1990 book The Triune Brain in Evolution

65) The Autonomous nervous system is composed of 2 anatomically and functionally distinct divisions, the sympathetic system and the parasympathetic system

66) The parasympathetic system regulates “rest and digest” functions.

67) The sympathetic system controls “fight-or-flight” responses.

68) When Joe was speaking in therapy session, his heart began racing, his blood pressure increased, his pupils dilated, he began sweating, the hair on his arms and the back of his neck stood on end, and he felt a surge of adrenaline.

69) Arm “Levitation” Technique is used to check the suggestibility level of the client

70) The therapist trains the client in Association and Disassociation before the actual therapy

71) In Swish technique, we use three Images to change the behaviour

72) In Swish tecnique, we use the `Kinesthetic modality' to change the behaviour

73) Swish Technique is used to change the Positive behaviour into negative behaviour.

74) Visualization can be used both to induce trance and to make suggestions.

75) Handshake technique is used to disrupt the sub-concious mind

76) Therapist uses the following to put the client into Relaxed state

77) In hypnotherapy, usually direct suggestions are given loudly and Indirect suggestions are given softly and elongated.

78) Choose the direct suggestions from the below:-

79) You might wish to close your eyes, when you are comfortable - This is 

80) Post-hypnotic suggestions are delivered after a hypnotized person enters trance – a state in which they are more open to suggestibility.

81) Countdown (backwards) and Breathing technique is not used in  self-hypnosis.

82) Bodyscan is a popular method which can be used for self-hypnosis

83) The following possible steps for `quit smoking' is corrct or wrong?

(step -1 ) notice the difference and install the changed behavior.

(step - 2) identify your triggers to want to smoke,

(step-3) notice the difference and install the changed behavior.

(step-4) learn positive ways to change

(Step-5) understand resources to effect change,

(Step-6) disrupt your pattern,

(step-7) attach a better response


84) To change any kind of negative behaviour in hypnotherapy, the therapist has to identify the trigger first.

85) Suggested changes during Hypnotherapy  may be in perception, sensation, emotion, memory, thought or behavior or all together.

86)  The suggestions given in third stage of Hypnotherapy  are usually symptom focused (to resolve a symptom) or exploratory (to explore experiences associated with the start of symptoms).

87) cue words' like `RELAX, CALM, SILENCE' are called Triggered and conditioned hypnotic deepeners.

88) A typical example of `dissociation deepening' is asking the client to imagine floating out of their body

89) Visual engagement hypnotic deepeners creates a disassociation from present moment and thus induces deep trance.

90) Breathing techniques are Natural phenomena hypnotic deepeners

91) In Numerical hypnotic deepeners. the therapist uses A to Z in ascending order or in decending order to induce more deepener into trance.

92) If the client is in deep Trance, therapy will not be so effective.

93) Deepener  is to take the client from being in a calm relaxation  to  Trance or  deeper trance (see trance depth).

94) INDUCTION Techniques are

95) `Induction' in hypnotherapy is the first process wherein the hypnotherapist will guide the client towards deep relaxation.

96) There are four stages of hypnosis namely induction, deepener, suggestions and emergence.

97) You’re under the control of your hypnotherapist when you’re hypnotized.

98) You lose consciousness or have amnesia when you’re hypnotized.

99) Cold readings commonly employ high-probability guesses, quickly picking up on signals as to whether their guesses are in the right direction or not, then emphasizing and reinforcing chance connections and quickly moving on from missed guesses.

100) Cold reading is essentially combining high-probability guesses and broad statements with carefully crafted language and psychological tricks to create the appearance of intuitive perception

101) During Hypnotherapy session, the therapist has to observe




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  • (3) Brain & Hypnotherapy
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  • (6) What is Trance
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  • Is it Standalone therapy?
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  • Brainwaves and Hypnotherapy
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1) 1. Which best describes your experiences of dreaming?

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2) 2. Which best describes your reaction to this quote? “Everything happens for a reason”

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3) 3. In mathematics

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4) 4. Do you feel more comfortable saying/doing humorous things or saying/doing well reasoned things?

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5) 5. Do you do your best thinking sitting erect or lying down?

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6) 6. Is it easier for you to read for main ideas or to read for specific details?

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7) 7. Your desk or where you work is

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8) 8. When speaking, do you use few gestures, or do you use many gestures (that is, do you
use your hands when you talk)?

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9) 9. When someone is talking to you, do you respond to the word meaning, or do you
respond to the person's word pitch and feelings?

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10) 10. When given the topic "school", would you prefer to express your feelings through
drawings or writing?

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11) 11. Is it easier for you to remember people's names or to remember people's faces?

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12) 12. Speaking in strictly relative terms, is it easier for you to understand

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13) 13. Can you tell/guess approximately how much time passed without a watch?

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14) 14. Do you like to move your furniture several times a year, or do you prefer to keep the
same arrangement?

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15) 15. When you are learning a dance step, is it easier for you to

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16) 16. Do you have a place for everything and keep everything in its place?

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17) 17.  When you have hunches, do you follow them?

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18) 18. When taking a test, which style of questions do you prefer?

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19) 19. When You see emotional scenes in films....

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20) 20. You like to study when there is a slow background music


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1) I like to paint, draw, or make sculptures.

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2)  I could learn the names of fifteen medical instruments much easier if I
could touch and examine them.

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3) I wish more classes had hands-on experiences.

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4)  I enjoy activities that require physical coordination.

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5) I like to dance and create new movements or steps.

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6) I need frequent breaks to move around.

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7) I find sitting still for very long difficult.

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8) I am good a using machines or tools.

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9) I enjoy repairing things at home.

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10) I enjoy building things.

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11) I tap my fingers or my hands a lot while I am seated.

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12) I remember objects better when I have touched them or worked with them.

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13) I seem to learn better if I get up and move around while I study.

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14) I prefer to practice redrawing diagrams on a chalkboard rather than on paper.

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15) I often use my hands and body movement when I’m explaining something.

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16) I enjoy working with my hands.

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17) I enjoy physical sports or exercise.

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18) I Enjoy acting or doing pantomimes

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19) I can “hear” a person’s exact words and tone of voice days after he or she has spoken to me.

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20) I need to say things aloud to myself to remember them.

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21) I follow oral directions better than written ones.

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22)  I like to create or use jingles/rhymes to learn things.

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23) I can easily recognize differences between similar sounds.

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24) I can hear many different pitches or melodies in music.

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25) I can usually understand people with different accents.

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26) I like to recite or write poetry.

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27) I can understand a lecture when I hear it on tape

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28) I can follow the plot of a story on the radio.

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29) I speak a foreign language.

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30) I often repeat out loud the directions someone has given me.

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31) I like to discuss in small groups

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32) I have a good memory for old songs or music.

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33) If someone says a long word, I can count the syllables that I hear.

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34) I learn best when someone talks or explains something to me.

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35) I learn by hearing my own voice on tape.

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36) I like to listen and discuss work with a partner.

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37) When I think back to something I once did, I can clearly picture the experience.

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38) I have a good eye for colors and color combinations.

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39) I remember directions best when someone gives me landmarks, such as specific buildings and trees.

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40) I can usually read a map without difficulty.

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41) I can look at a shape and copy it correctly on paper.

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42) The things I remember best are the things I have seen in print or pictures.

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43)  I can quickly tell if two geometric shapes are identical

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44) I follow written directions better than oral ones.

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45)  I can easily see pattern in designs.

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46) I learn best by watching someone else first.

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47) If I wanted to assemble a bike, I would need pictures or diagrams to help
with each step


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48)  I can remember the faces of actors, settings, and other visual details of a
movie I saw in the past.

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49) I often remember the size, shape, and color of objects.

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50) I usually write things down so that I can look back at the later.

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51) I am able to visualize easily.

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52) I learn best when I can see new information in picture form.

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53) I often write down the directions someone has given me so that I don’t
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54) I prefer to learn something new by reading about it.


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