Hypnosis Coma Communication
Part Two – Empowering Mindset
By Susan Fox, CH, AA
Hello again all caregivers who desire to learn hypnosis coma communication. This article continues the series about how to effectively do coma communication. Please review the video and this blog post to understand an effective attitude to use as you optimistically press on to help your student consciously hear you and reduce stress.
- As a caregiver, coach with an optimistic mindset. Suggest ideas your student can use to improve his or her life quality. This means you MUST know what is important to your student.
- I coach using what I call “pep talk session scripts.” These pep talk sessions inspire, motivate and encourage forward movement for your student. The ideas are scripted and printed on paper. Then, you either read them live during your session visit or record them and play them using headphones so only your student can hear the pep talk message. When using this method, make sure the volume is at a quiet setting but loud enough for your student to hear.
- You can play one recorded script for your student from 7 – 21 days. Look for improved quality of life as a result of playing the script. If the script seems agitating, change the script to the previous script if that script soothes your student.
- Because we may never know when the student is fully consciously or unconsciously aware, it’s good to play the recorded script for at least several hours in a row. You can play the recorded script for 2-3 consecutive hours or only 1 hour. See what your student prefers. However, if your student looks agitated, take the headphones off. Or, change scripts to something else. The entire focus is to suggest ways through rehearsal to reduce the stresses your student is experiencing.
- Using a story format for your pep talk scripts, suggest ideas meaningful to your student. When your student hears these scripted pep talks via a story, he or she will want to favorably respond to suggestions you offer. These scripts are meant to affect the person’s senses in an optimistic, calming, encouraging way.
- Your coaching sessions are like acting lessons. You are coaching your students to know how to act and behave in empowering ways.
- In the sessions, you voice encouraging suggestions through story characters your student needs to hear to feel uplifted. Script suggestions that sound reasonable and useful to your student are the ones to use. For example, if your student feels stressed about having to be fed through a feeding tube in the stomach, tell a story where the most important goal is to get nutrition into the body rather than HOW the nutrition gets in. This helps your student be more flexible and open to allowing food to be given via a feeding tube.
- Never criticize nor judge what may appear to be slow student progress. Be here for your student. If you feel it appropriate, you might compare previous performance to current performance. This may be necessary to change your approach as you keep moving forward in your coaching sessions.
- Focus on helping your student develop his or her potential to improve quality of life skills and ability. Concentrate on the idea that as your student’s coach, you assume he or she CAN develop ability. Doing what’s necessary to develop the skill of being able is a conscious choice. As you focus on encouraging your student to concentrate optimistically on what he or she CAN do, he or she feels supported instead of alone on the coma journey.
- Assume that your student can IMPROVE current ability. Believe in your student’s capabilities and work with them.
- Expressing this mindset improves your coaching session effectiveness.
- In another video, I will review yet more ideas about being a successful coma communication coach. These are the same ideas I’ve used with my other clients, including Jonathan, Sharon and Tina. For now, review this video. I encourage you to get my book The Coma Whisperer. You can get a copy of it by going to my website Brainview Training Institute dot com. For questions, please email me at [email protected].