Forum Activity for @Fable Goodman

Fable Goodman
@Fable Goodman
09/20/17 04:56:43AM
3,692 posts
Translating Hypnotic Language
init:
how do you use hypnotic language in 'normal' conversation ?
 

 
Unless you want to lose friends (or others whom you engage in 'normal conversation' with), I would steer clear of using them as your practice partners. 
 
Never forget the classic story of 'the NLP student and the gorilla!'
 

updated by @fable-goodman: 09/20/17 05:45:42AM

Fable Goodman
@Fable Goodman
09/19/17 09:02:14AM
3,692 posts
Scott Jansen

 I'd never heard of him either,  but had a look at his youtube pages. 

he seems very prolific.

What are your thoughts about him Blaine?

Fable Goodman
@Fable Goodman
09/19/17 04:59:08AM
3,692 posts
Translating Hypnotic Language
Don G.:
 Simono,   i couldn't agree more. Even in written text, it is often overdone. A few entries back, some people tried to NLP all over me, even to the poiint of highlighting their embedded mewsages in red type, and all of the whie I was thinking, "C''mon. Who ya kiddin'?" This is an insult to our intelligence. Don

I couldn't agree more!

updated by @fable-goodman: 09/19/17 05:00:42AM

Fable Goodman
@Fable Goodman
09/17/17 05:51:27AM
3,692 posts
Looking for hypnosis practice partners on Skype
init:
Roderick, is it true that all communication affects people and the way it affects them depends on the state they are in?

This is true init.. people in Kansas are affected quite differently from those in New Jersey init.
hypnotizing people across state boundaries can bring us some interesting ethical/legal issues.
See: http://hypnothoughts.com/community/forum/john-esper/107467/skypnosis-across-state-lines
 

updated by @fable-goodman: 09/17/17 05:52:46AM

Fable Goodman
@Fable Goodman
09/15/17 06:13:13AM
3,692 posts
Ideomotor Typing (Modern Autowriting)
Simon Tebbenham:
Don't forget of course... Lapsus mamillis infectum

There's many a slip, twixt cup and lip.
 

Fable Goodman
@Fable Goodman
09/15/17 05:27:56AM
3,692 posts
Ideomotor Typing (Modern Autowriting)
John Hall2:
..........     this is likely an fairly unexplored area.  Has anyone noticed this before? Used it on purpose? Any insights?

 
It is an subject that has been explored extensively, since the late 1800's 
It has been known by lot's of different names.
As well as the already mentioned Parapraxis,  (a slip of the tongue or slip of the pen.)
you might also look up such terms as:
lapsus calami (literally meaning slip of the pen)
lapsus clavis: (slip of the keyboard).
Obviously Freud had a lot to say about this in his 1901 book 'the psychopathology of everyday life'.
and the subject has been explored by many other psychologists, philologists, and philosophers over the years.
 
 

updated by @fable-goodman: 09/15/17 05:28:55AM

Fable Goodman
@Fable Goodman
09/15/17 02:45:34AM
3,692 posts
Ideomotor Typing (Modern Autowriting)
Simon Tebbenham:
What was Erickson doing writing about business accounting advice??

That's Right!

Fable Goodman
@Fable Goodman
09/14/17 05:16:35AM
3,692 posts
Ideomotor Typing (Modern Autowriting)
Simon Tebbenham:
 'wet tits vs dry tits, which is better?'

Apparently it is a matter of personal preference, experience and technique .
As you would expect, Erickson had a bit to say about this, in his book: 'My force will go with you',  
as this extract demonstrates:

 

updated by @fable-goodman: 09/14/17 05:23:00AM

Fable Goodman
@Fable Goodman
09/11/17 04:58:25AM
3,692 posts
Ideomotor Typing (Modern Autowriting)
John Hall2:
You never know lol. To be honest, I am actually surprised no one else has experienced this.

I suspect that most people who use a keyboard a lot will have experienced this.  However,just because they have experienced something, does not equate to having noticed, or having given any particular attention to it.
 
John Hall2:
 Maybe over time more eyes will find this post. 

 
I would bet good money on more eyes finding this post over time.   That is the nature of things.   But once again, however, more eyes finding something does not necessarily equate to more people  paying particular attention to it, or making some concrete response to it.
 
You can rest assured that for each person who has made some form of a response, (whether that response be a written comment, or just clicking the like button on)  there will be dozens of other people who have seen the post. Some of whom will have appreciated it and thought about it to a greater or lesser degree. Some of whom may have formulated some sort of response in their mind, but not acted on that (for whatever reason) .  
 
There is always a lot more going on below the surface, (and behind the curtain ) than what is obvious to the audience.
 

updated by @fable-goodman: 09/11/17 05:07:36AM