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      Linkzelda's Self-Hypnosis Guide for Lucid Dreaming + Self-Hypnosis Scripts To Use!!!

      Linkzelda's Self-Hypnosis Guide for Lucid Dreaming + Self-Hypnosis Scripts To Use!!!

      Table of Contents

      [1.1] Disclaimer

      [1.2] Introduction

      [1.3] What Hypnosis is NOT

      [1.4] Transderivational Search & The Unconscious

      [1.5]Examples of Digging Into the Unconscious to Relate to the Situation & Using it In Self-Hypnosis

      [1.6] What is the Critical Factor?

      [1.7] How To Bypass/Interrupt/Distract The Critical Factor

      [1.8] General Format of Self-Hypnosis/Hypnosis Scripts

      [1.9] Example Hypnosis Script – Dream Task of the Month Hypnosis Script


      [2.0] Breakdown & Analysis of Example Hypnosis Script

      [2.1] Secrets in Developing the Hypnotist Voice & Tonality

      [2.2] Secrets in How to Listen to Audio Hypnosis

      [2.3] List of Words of Power

      [2.4] Final Thoughts & One More Secret To Know About

      [2.5] (Frequently Asked Questions) FAQ

      [2.6] List of Hypnosis Scripts For You To Use

      [2.61] Improving Dream Recall Hypnosis Script

      [2.62] Dream Task of the Month Hypnosis Script

      [2.63] Finding Your Dream Guide Hypnosis Script

      [2.64] MILD (Mantra/Mnemonic Induced Lucid Dream Hypnosis Script)

      [2.65] WILD (Wake Initiated/Induced Lucid Dream Hypnosis Script)





      [1.1]Disclaimer:

      The contents within this guide are based on what I've learned through applying self-hypnosis, be it for recalling dreams better, conceptualizing techniques more efficiently (after learning them a bit beforehand of course), from concentrating more in things like drawing with minimal distractions, and much more.

      I do not claim that I'm an expert hypnotist, and I do not claim that hypnosis is an absolute alternative compared to actually committing yourself to building your own foundations for lucid dreaming techniques and all that entails to make you a better lucid dreamer. In fact, Hypnosis in general should be considered a supplement or complimentary towards your lucid dreaming endeavors.

      And a word of warning, whether you find yourself recording your own scripts (or the scripts I've made from trial and error) or just reading them to yourself, it's ideal that you do it in a safe environment where you're not operating machinery (or doing a work assignment that requires your full attention).

      Of course, machinery other than laptops, computers, etc. that won't pose a risk to you. And you should take my ideas as a supplement towards your own endeavor in unfolding what Hypnosis can truly do for you in dreaming and in life in general! I am not responsible for anything that happens if you find yourself trying to practice hypnosis in dangerous situations (i.e. Driving a car).

      The first portions of this guide will cover what Hypnosis is NOT, so that we all will be aware later on with what it is, so that we may find ourselves connecting the dots when attempting self-hypnosis sessions.

      [1.2]Introduction

      Hello everyone!

      After going through several months experimenting with self-hypnosis, I found myself being able to grasp and conceptualize the rudiments behind it that may be used as a supplement for your lucid dreaming endeavors. The word "Hypnosis" itself has so much weight into it because there are varied interpretations of it, and generally, in order for one to truly understand it, they must understand what it is not. So when you are ready and comfortable, allow yourself to pay close attention to the common misconceptions of Hypnosis.

      [1.3]What Hypnosis is NOT

      Hypnosis means I'll lose all sense of control and awareness of what's going on.


      Hypnosis, no matter how experienced you are in it, no matter how you are able to understand the rudiments behind it (such as it being used as a process to bypass the critical factor and such), if the contents within the hypnosis-related activities contradict or CHALLENGES our moral code, it simply will not work. The reason being is, having those predispositions that are ingrained so deeply within the confines of our minds, even if we reach deeper levels of suggestibility, if it does not conform to our moral code, it will be difficult or nearly impossible for the person practicing it to make the session work.

      Now, the person who is being “hypnotized” is in full control over themselves, and the reason people may have an misconception of “lack of control” or “no control” is simply because they're confusing it with the emotional tranquility that comes with performing self-hypnosis. You are aware of what's going on, because you're having inward concentration towards the task at hand, and you can instantly follow and stop the self-hypnosis session with ease.


      Hypnosis is sleep or I'll become unconscious from it


      Hypnosis, like I've stated before, has the participant(s) being able to be completely aware of what's going on, since it's more of a process that leads to guided concentration. Unless you actually make a script to emulate feelings of transcending to sleep, hypnosis does not mean “sleep mode.” Think of Hypnosis as a PROCESS in order to get to a trance, and understand that there are other processes that can get us into a trance. So to quickly summarize what I've stated, Hypnosis is the process, trance is the result.

      And in general, it's a self-induced trance, whether you do it by yourself or someone does it to you. The reason being is that because you're allowing another person to guide you, they are more as conduits that help you ease yourself into a trance state (the result) that allows you to be in a more suggestive state.


      Hypnosis is all mumbo jumbo and magic and a bunch of sorcery, so it clearly must be fake!

      Now, things pertaining to psychosomatic, physiological, psychological and other conditions (and learning how to moderate them) are topics in Science that still has gaps in it. However, Hypnosis in general, based on the rudiments behind it, is not voodoo, black magic, or sorcery. The reason you may have those predispositions is simply because of the shows and stage acts with classical hypnosis (i.e. The magician that somehow makes the participants say “Moo” and really think they're cows).

      An important concept you must realize is that in order for things like that to work, the participants are considered volunteers. Imagine why the word volunteers is utilized (or words synonymous to it), it's because when everyone knows what may happen, the question itself has people being suggestible to the event to come. However, let's say a person's moral code is that they can't dance because of cultural practices that discourage the act.

      So if a magician or some stage hypnotist wanted the person to dance, chances are, they won't comply, because it's against their moral code. I know you're wondering how that can relate to anything, but it's just an example to remind you on how our moral codes affect the result of hypnosis sessions.



      Hypnosis involves being able to manipulate a person entirely


      It seems because of the events in history of misconceptions with Hypnosis, people tend to presume you're being manipulated and controlled (like the first concept I introduced in this section of the guide). However, it brings me back to saying once more that Hypnosis does not mean you can destroy a person's moral code, or strip them entirely from it. And as you go through your self-hypnosis sessions, you'll begin to notice that when you feel the emotional tranquility that comes with it (and having higher inward concentration with other obvious states), it's because the content within the scripts (or audio you recorded on your own or from someone else) complies within the schema of your moral codes.

      [1.4]Transderivational Search & The Unconscious

      Transderivational Search essentially means a phenomenon in which aspects of our mind will scavenge the confines of our unconscious in order to find some relation or connecting the dots with something that may be particularly vague or seemingly ambiguous. You may be wondering how this can tie into lucid dreaming and using hypnosis as a supplement for your endeavors, am I right?

      If you want a more detailed explanation on this phenomenon, then check out the Wikipedia link below:
      Transderivational search - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      If you understand this concept already or find yourself realizing it after reading several definitions behind it, you might find yourself already experiencing it throughout reading this guide. And I'll give you examples of how this phenomenon typically happens, and I wonder if you'll realize how easy it is to identify how these scenarios can relate to conversations and storytelling!


      [1.5]Examples of Digging Into the Unconscious to Relate to the Situation & Using it In Self-Hypnosis



      The following below are examples of how we might find our unconscious digging through its experiential totality (and implicit knowledge) to relate to a particular event or situation. And the examples below, you can find more by searching around on things related to leading statements (like the transderivational search).

      • “You know how when...you...?”
        ---You know how when you go to a grocery store, you see someone you know and you talk to them for a bit and say your goodbyes, only to to see that you meet them again in a different aisle and it starts becoming awkward?

      • “I know you're wondering....”
        ---“I know you're wondering why hypnosis can help you obtain an inward concentration in order to reach a certain outcome right? It's a good habit to speculate on these things!”

      • “Just pretend for a moment...”
        ---“Just pretend for a moment on how it would feel to have the mannerisms of being relaxed at your own pace and what's comfortable for you.”

      • “My friend (Name)...”
        ---“Ah! That reminds me of my friend, Bob, who also found himself in that predicament, and what he did in order to get out of that situation was to simply let go and move on.”

      • “Imagine...”
        ---“Imagine for a moment of seeing yourself in the car you want to be in, how it feels comfortable the moment you sit on it. You realize how you get that vibe that this is the right car because of how it feels to you.”

      • “When you realize...”
        ---“When you realize the underlying meaning behind lucid dreaming guides, you'll see that creating your own foundations is how you can truly succeed.”
      • “Remember...”
        ---“Remember that time where you felt as if you couldn't get out of a situation, only to have a shift in mentality that enabled you to overcome it?”


      You might find yourself realizing how easy it was for you to associate those moments because your unconscious was quickly digging up contents within your experiential totality and learning to associate to them. It's part of how with implicit knowledge and transderivational search and other factors come into play in order for us to relate to a person, as if we have a natural predisposition to find events and moments that can match and mirror to the situation/event being talked about.

      This creates a sense of harmony whenever you find yourself talking to someone that you could talk with for hours and hours!

      You know it's happened to you at some point in your life, and if not, you can still find those moments whenever you watch television or go on the Internet and watch videos of people interacting with each other and being gregarious individuals.

      If you take advantage of how this system our minds go through to match and mirror things that may happen with a story or event (like the “My friend, [NAME] example I posted), you might realize why hypnosis can be a powerful supplement towards your lucid dreaming endeavors.

      With practice, you can literally overload your conscious mind, so that the thoughts you can't fathom all at once seeps into your unconscious mind, and since your unconscious mind has better grasp of conceptualizing more things, if not, all things you have in your experiential totality and learning, then surely you're aware of more things than you think you do.

      So the reason why reading a hypnosis script (or saying it mentally while mouthing the words), or even engaging by listening to an audio of yourself or someone saying a hypnosis script, you might be able to really get into a trance state, a state of inward concentration that focuses at the task desired and removes the distractions.

      This is why that even though you may think you're not processing things properly consciously, your unconscious is going to utilize its vast implicit knowledge to take care of the rest.

      This is one of many fundamental aspects that can make Hypnosis effective, and how it can overload the critical factor we have so much that while its busy being distracted by the content, your unconscious mind is already getting the patterns and using implicit knowledge to associate and connect.


      [1.6]What is the Critical Factor?



      The Critical Factor is the part of our mind that uses comparative analysis that allows us to make conscious reasoning with incoming information. It can be a nasty thing to deal with, and it can sometimes affect us negatively because it's meant to protect our schema of reality, concepts, and presumptions and knowledge of things.

      A simple example that I feel we can all imagine for a moment:

      When a newcomer (in general) or even a seasoned member makes a particular topic related to a problem they're having with their dreaming endeavors, you might realize how they use things like:

      “I've went through countless of threads but haven't been able to get anything that can help me out!”

      And you might find yourself knowing how when someone offers their suggestion and insight, the original poster might respond,
      “Well I already tried that” or “I already know that, and I know I have to do [so and so], but it's not working!”

      Notice how this is that part of their mind that already went through the workings and unfortunately wasn't able to have any luck with the attempts. And you may be wondering how threads like that usually ends up with someone mentioning (in varied ways) practicing perseverance with what that person knows. And you're also wondering how this can relate to this guide, well, if you allow me to address that our interaction with the critical factor with lucid dreaming techniques can be a hit and miss.

      And only with practice and diligence, we may find the critical factor eventually welcoming our attempts (or being distracted/interrupted) while the unconscious mind will already get the suggestions and develop and redefine its own blueprint of processing and conceptualizing things like:


      • How to do a WILD/MILD/DILD/DEILD/etc.

      • How to recall dreams better

      • Dealing with Lack of Motivation with Dry Spells

      • Etc.


      Think of the critical factor as the bouncer outside a bar or club building, or even a gate guardian, or a royal knight in a luxurious and gargantuan castle. It's protecting what's inside, the totality of our unconscious mind, which is a good thing because if we were really that suggestive towards anything that comes to our perception of reality, we would all have an inconsistent schema of viewing reality.

      But it can also be a bad thing because when we're trying to add new suggestions or building conditioned responses, even when we can visualize and enforce prospective memory, it takes some repetition until it's accepted.




      [1.7]How To Bypass/Interrupt/Distract The Critical Factor



      To give a quick overview on how we eventually accomplish this feat (but not limited to just this list mind you):

      1. There's people who use techniques like mantras and affirmations that have to hammer the repeated phrase or saying to where they finally tired out the critical factor and the suggestions are implanted (but usually involves some back-and-forth motion with relapses and motivation and using conscious willpower.

      2. There's people who use techniques like mantras and affirmations, except they use guided imagery (or things related to prospective memory, which is building up strong emotional moments and such) to get to the desired outcome. They are able to pour their heart and soul and practice to be able to build conditioned responses to succeed in their MILD attempts (or any other lucid dreaming technique)

      3. There are people who use self-hypnosis as a supplement, a mental rehearsal for what they know will come, and then attempting their lucid dreaming techniques with that increased inward concentration that gives assurance that with practice, whether they fail or succeed, their unconscious is going to use implicit knowledge and transderivational search to redefine and polish every attempt.

      4. Doing things at night (you definitely wouldn't have an over-analytical mind 2AM-4 AM for a Wake Back to Bed (WBTB) right?)

      I know you're wondering on my opinion pertaining to #1, and I'm not aiming to make a narrow-minded response towards the use of mantras and affirmations. If you are able to easily visualize and imagine where you want to be and knowing how you'll get there, and you can use the mantra as a guide in reaching there, then by all means, continue using it.

      When I mentioned how one is essentially trying to hammer things down in comparison #1, it is simply just that. Whether you type or say a mantra over and over, such as (but not limited to):

      • Counting from 1-10 or 1-5 and repeating

      • Typing/Saying/Writing “I will have lucid dream” or “Eyes shut, mouth closed, body still, I will find myself being able to become aware of my dreams," or whatever mantra/phrase/saying.



      You are doing constant repetition (initially with mantras/sayings/phrases) until you tired out the critical factor and it eventually gets accepted, which usually leaves you exhausted at times (but it gets less exhausting with practice of course). Just like how the critical factor is the bouncer/gate guardian/royal knight protecting our unconscious, when you do mantras without the whole “feeling it as well” and other aspects, it's like trying to battle with your analytical side.

      Imagine how that would end up! You find yourself finally being able to beat the bouncer to the pulp, but you had some backlash from the bouncer as well. And as you finally get up with some bruises and cuts on your face and body, you're finally able to walk into the club/area the guardian was protecting/castle the royal knight was over-watching. (I.e. Saying over and over “Eyes shut, mouth closed, body still, I will find myself being able to become aware of my dreams.”)

      Now, you can take that route, it's going to lead to the same result eventually (lucidity or just better dream recall or what have you), which is why I heavily encourage you to see hypnosis as a supplement that might make the route a little easier for you (so you sweet-talk with the bouncer or the critical factor instead of fighting against it). And you don't need to use hypnosis if you feel you're confident enough with battling and tiring out your critical factor like that.

      And even with comparison #2, hypnosis can be a supplement to augment that ability you've made a conditioned response to with building prospective memory and guided imagery. But hypnosis is not necessary, since it's just a process that leads towards guided concentration with a self-induced trance state as the result, and there are many processes to reach a trance state.

      Hypnosis is about sweet-talking with the critical factor, so that its overloaded with trying to grasp and conceptualize the data being given, and while it's distracted/interrupted, the embedded messages are already seeped into the unconscious mind to utilize its implicit knowledge to connect the dots, to find the needle in the haystack.


      [1.8] General Format of Self-Hypnosis/Hypnosis Scripts


      Here is a blueprint on how Hypnosis scripts generally go:

      1. Gathering Attention


      2. Being Obvious with mentioning the goal (usually one goal is ideal to have better concentration, and with practice, you can extend that to two or more goals)


      3. Making Agreement Frames (To prime the mind to get into a “Yes, Yes, Yes ,Yes!” format)


      4. When the Critical Factor is distracted/interrupted/sweet-talked/persuaded, you might start feeling the emotional tranquility, or going through gradual relaxation


      5. Fraction and implanting, and repeating the process (to continue distracting the critical factor and implant suggestions for the unconscious to use implicit knowledge to find the underlying meanings with thoughts you couldn't fathom all at once consciously).


      6. Creating Unconscious Responses and Triggers (i.e. Priming the Transderivational Search even more)


      7. Shifting the Unconscious Towards the Desired Result/Outcome/Solution (and usually ends with a count up or even count down along with being able to practice and conceptualize things better in the future)



      Of course, there's much more to it than that, but I won't be going too into that. Now that you know the general idea of how Hypnosis Scripts typically work, the next thing I'll be going through is an example Hypnosis Script!


      [1.9] Example Hypnosis Script - Dream Task of the Month Hypnosis Script



      The following example hypnosis script will pertain to accomplishing dream tasks of the month (and you can switch it around for dream task of the year obviously) that can be found here:

      Task of the Month

      Warning: Please do not listen to your recording of this script (if you make one of it) or go through saying this script (orally or mentally while mouthing the words) if you're operating machinery (other than a laptop, computer, etc.)



      When you're ready to focus all of your attention towards the example script and are in a comfortable position, read the following content in italics.

      Dream Task of the Month Hypnosis Script Example


      (If you see a “...” between words, imagine yourself pausing in between to really absorb what will come next)

      So now that you know what you must do, feel free to read the content in italics below:

      Spoiler for Dream Task of the Month Hypnosis Script:






      [2.0] Breakdown & Analysis of Example Hypnosis Script


      Now, see how easy that was? It doesn't have to be picture perfect or too long, the script itself was only 2 and 1/4 pages long, which would most likely equal into 6-7 minutes of actually saying it or hearing yourself or someone's voice saying it in a recording!

      You'll begin to notice how I stated the obvious, the goals in mind, and how a person will find themselves being able to shift into an inward concentration, and from there, it's merely about distracting the critical factor to where we can't fathom everything all at once.

      Things must be taken unconsciously and learned unconsciously while the person is busy going through the contents of the script, and with practice and developing tonality, the embedded suggestions are already implanted.

      This was just a simple script that went along with the 7 points I mentioned beforehand, and trust me, you can easily find yourself being able to create these scripts on your own the more you practice and let your mind be spontaneous and engaging. I know you're probably wondering how one can develop the tonality with having a “hypnotist voice.,” well check out the next section for some tips in doing so!




      [2.1]Secrets in Developing the Hypnotist Voice & Tonality



      The words in whatever hypnosis script you read or whatever audio hypnosis you listen to, you'll begin to notice how there's shifts in tonalities, all coming full circle and easily shifting from one idea to the next. Here are some tips in developing tonality and the hypnotist voice within you:

      • Go headstrong, Imagine yourself visualizing the mannerisms of what it would be like to talk calmly and slowly. In order for you to conceptualize what to write/type/say, you have to get yourself into the state of being.


      • Pay more attention to advertisements and notice how easy it is for you to identify the types of tonalities they utilize and the words they use to create an emotional impact towards people. (I.e. “BUT WAIT THERE'S MORE!!!!” or “ You following me camera guy??!”)

      • Understand concepts with copy-writing (see definition in the link below):

        ( Copywriting - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia )
      • Because you'll be able to know how to find power words, leading statements, and such that companies, writers, etc. Use to promote their business/service/etc.

      • Pay attention to the people you interact, especially those you tell stories to. Notice how you tend to shift towards certain words with a certain express (I.e. “Man! Tried to get past rush hour only to end up dealing with a boring and exhausting wait in traffic! Ughhhhh...”). Also notice how people feel when they talk about how great their day is going, or how excited they are to wait for a holiday to come.


      • Listen to a few hypnosis videos on Youtube and such to see how the person is using a voice for certain occasions. There are times where you talk in a relaxed manner, and there are times you talk a bit faster and with more energy.


      And here are examples of how using words with the wrong tonality can confuse and often make the experience weird and inconsistent:

      Bad example #1:

      I want you to relax right now! Loosen your muscles, relax your jaw, quickly! You must find yourself being able to get into the hypnotic state immediately! Quickly! Slowly find yourself relaxing and easing into a state of concentration right now! Begin to notice how you're learning at a deeper and unconscious level immediately!


      You can already tell that was an annoying experience, having to quickly shift into certain ideas and thoughts in the wrong manner. You definitely wouldn't want to hear yourself talk like that in trying to relax yourself, and you most definitely wouldn't want to hear a hypnotist saying that to you or even an audio on YouTube doing that.

      Bad example #2:

      This is what you would do if you were to talk slowly when there are words that obviously shift you into being more energetic, spontaneous, and quick.
      I want you to quickkkkkly find yourself being able to rapidddddly conceptualizing what it would be like to have a spontaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaneous mind that let's loose of all blocks and censoring instanttttttlly.


      Now, that example wasn't that hard to see what was wrong with it. The point being, in order to know when to shift to a specific type of tonality, you'll have to keep practicing and becoming aware of the people around you.

      Go to a coffee shop or somewhere that has people really being social and personal with each other, and see how people are engaging through a mental harmony with each other, how they go about their day speaking what's on their mind with different tonalities without even realizing it.


      [2.2] Secrets in How to Listen to Audio Hypnosis



      If you were to listen to yourself in a recording of you stating a hypnosis script (or by chance listening to me saying a script in a recording), here are some tips to ensure you don't end up developing passiveness and making the sounds white noise or “background” noise.

      Whenever you're listening to an audio hypnosis, the aim is for you to be engaged with the person's voice (be it your own voice or another person's voice). The reason being is, you have to imagine as if you're going through a conversational hypnosis with that person. You allow them to go through those sayings in order for you to bypass your critical factor (or disrupting/interrupting it). You start feeling their tonalities, how they express themselves, as if they're gathering an aura or essence within themselves that extends out like a hand the gently taps your shoulder and eases you into tranquility.

      In order to do this, I emphasize how it's important for you to be aware of the people you interact with and those you find yourself going through mental harmony with. Audio hypnosis (listening to a script you said or someone else said) can work, but you have to imagine it as a mental rehearsal just like doing the same orally on your own. You have to be headstrong, go in the situation first so you can know those sensations at a faster rate with practice.



      [2.3] List of Words of Power



      Words of power simply means words or phrases that allows one to flow easily from one idea to the next, which is useful when building your own hypnosis script. You may notice these are some words I used in the example hypnosis script for the Dream Task of the Month!

      • As
      • Because
      • And
      • Means (and other variants of it such as “Which means” “this means,” etc.)


      These are words of power that can allow you to go in and out with suggestions, and when you notice yourself listening to an audio hypnosis, you'll see how you tend to accept them naturally. And you may also notice how I've used them throughout this guide as well (and words such as “Now” and most importantly, “you”).

      I encourage you to look for more words of powers and leading statements, and if you want more information, it's best to check out concepts pertaining to the Milton Model of Hypnosis. You'll be able to see it plastered all over the Internet and in books, since Milton H. Erickson was known to be an iconic figure in relation to medical hypnosis and family therapy.


      [2.4] Final Thoughts & One More Secret To Know About



      The most important thing that I want you to be able to get out of this guide is that Hypnosis, just like any other process in learning how to become lucid, having better dream recall, etc., just because you memorized the techniques, mechanisms, and rudiments behind it, it doesn't mean you're set in stone for success.

      What truly makes Hypnosis a useful supplement (just like with anything), is the Emotional Impact you can create for yourself. You may notice that the more you do this, the more you find you can tap into the unconscious and use its implicit knowledge and gain empathy for others and yourself as an individual. And because with the concepts of transderivational search and extending that phenomenon with hypnosis, you'll start becoming aware of yourself at a deeper, unconscious, and emotional level.

      Just like with MILDs, Affirmations, WILD, DILDS, anything really, diligence, perseverance and hard worked COMBINED with creating genuine and deeply emotional states of being is what distinguishes those who are merely copycats vs. Those who build their own foundations from the techniques and the rudiments behind them.

      Now that you know what self-hypnosis can do for you generally (and some of the processes behind it), feel free to test out the Hypnosis Scripts I have laid out for you! You'll find yourself understanding both consciously and unconsciously of how I created these scripts from the fundamentals. And honestly, I would love to mention more mechanisms, but even when you have all the information that you can get out of this, it's about learning how to mentally rehearse where you want to be, and how you know you'll get there.

      So if you think hypnosis is magic, think again, it's just like any supplement, take it in moderation. However, because of what hypnosis does, there's rarely any plateau effect compared to using actual lucid aids (dream drugs, etc.) simply because what's preventing a person from having consistent success with hypnosis is them not being able to create an emotional impact towards their goals.

      I know you're wondering, “Isn't this just to get us motivated to do things?” Well yes, it is, why wouldn't I or anyone want to do something that can help us get to where we want to be? But it's more than just being motivated in things, it's about seeing how the processes that gets us there and using it to let us grow as individuals.

      Thank you all for reading the contents of this guide, and if you haven't read it completely, that's perfectly fine, but if you find yourself not understanding a few things, you probably just weren't able to read the guide in its entirety. However, because I had to put this guide as concise as I could (I know that's an understatement), I will be more than happy to answer ANY questions you have to the best of my abilities.

      Please notice that my views expressed in this guide were based on what I collected and experimented back and forth endlessly for about 8-10 months. I mostly aimed to use hypnosis for real life situations rather than dreaming (lucid dreaming became much easier with hypnosis, at least for me).

      Now that I've conceptualized and built my own schema of things with hypnosis (and I know I can always improve and redefine my schema of it), I've recently started getting better progress. And you can too!

      [2.5] Frequently Asked Questions) FAQ


      These are obviously questions I've made up since I'm sure these will come up eventually:


      How long should the Hypnosis Scripts Be?

      There isn't an absolute standard you should go by, but a general rule of thumb, to really get some progress (in my opinion), 2-4 pages is something you can aim for. It may seem like a lot, but you'll find yourself being able to know the process of making a script. There's really no page limit you should go for, but just know that putting it concise will be easier for you so you don't wake up feeling groggy and too lazy to listen or read a script that's too long.

      And the secret to being able to make those types of script is to take things ONE step at a time. Those 7 points I mentioned with how hypnosis scripts generally work, do them one step at a time and think and question “where do I go to next?”

      Allow your mind to be spontaneous, you don't have to be picture perfect! Your subconscious and unconscious will get the bigger picture. The idea with the scripts is to extend the transderivational search while being able to bypass/disrupt/interrupt the critical factor within us.

      And when that happens, when you find yourself expressing yourself at a deeper and emotional level (with tonalities and being able to understand the concepts of storytelling and building harmony with yourself and others), that's when hypnosis can really shine. It's not perfect, it has the chance of not working, but when you start building your own schema of conceptualizing it with practice, hard work, diligence, perseverance, and with emotion, the probability of it failing is reduced.


      When Should I Stop Using the Hypnosis Scripts?


      A general rule of thumb is, if you want to know when you should stop using the scripts, is to just be analytical of the process when you used them. This is so you know how to emulate those same sensations because of what the hypnosis session did for you to mentally rehearse those feelings.


      Imagine it this way, if you find yourself going through a dry spell, or that you feel you're rusty because you haven't tried recalling dreams and lucid dreaming for quite some time, Hypnosis can be a supplement that gets you into creating those emotional triggers again and convincing the unconscious mind to scavenge the experiential totality and learning you've accumulated and find what's right for you.


      What if I can't find time to say the scripts because I don't want to make too much noise?


      You can mentally read it with your mind-voice and mouth the words, and if you can still express tonalities well with it, that can be one way to prevent making too much noise (especially if you don't want your family members questioning what you're doing). And if anything, just mentally reading it can be another option, however, you might become passive because we can scroll through mentally reading it without actually trying to say or mouth the contents. The oral aspect (mouthing it or saying it, or even listening to it) increases the chance for the unconscious to dig deeper to find moments to relate to the goal you have in mind with hypnosis sessions.

      How Many Scripts Should I Do Per Day/ How Many Times Should I do a Particular Script?


      Ideally, you want to use a script aimed for one goal (that can encompass smaller goals) simply because it causes less overload for your mind (I know that's contradicting since I mentioned how hypnosis is a process to overload the critical factor so it's distracted/interrupted/etc., but one goal that is repeated in varied ways is something you should consider doing initially.

      That's because you want to be able to see yourself building conditioned responses and emotional unconscious triggers for a particular goal (since hypnosis aids in guided and inward concentration along with guided imagery and other aspects).

      When you feel confident, you can make a script with two goals in mind, or even more, but just know that you'll have to pour out your heart and soul even more. But that will become easier the more you do it in time. Just take things gradually and see what happens, and extend things a bit when you feel confident.

      If you find yourself being overwhelmed, take things down a notch, and just work from there until you're ready next time.


      Should I use “I” or “You” within the Script(s)?


      From personal experience, it doesn't really matter, since either way, it's meant to give you guided concentration, and as long as you know it's meant for your own personal endeavors, your success won't be heavily affected stating “I” or “You” when you're talking things out or listening to yourself or someone's voice. Remember, the words are just one small percentage, what really matters is your tonality or you being able to embrace the tonality of your voice or another person's when listening.


      Aren't MILDs and breathing while mentally saying them or saying them physically a hypnotic experience?

      Mantras, mnemonics, and short phrases can all contribute into bypassing the critical factor, so yes, in a way, they do allow you to perform hypnosis. However, people tend to assume that because you're in hypnosis, that you must be in a trance. However, Hypnosis is the PROCESS of bypassing/interrupting/disrupting the critical factor, and when that's done, self-induced trance is the result.

      You might start feeling the emotional tranquility as you're going through the hypnosis, but its result is the trance. However, this is just my opinion, and it may change in the future, but for now, until I find out it's something else, Hypnosis is simply the process that can help lead to the result of being in a trance.

      Mantras can be considered doing slight hypnosis, and when you build conditioned responses, you are in fact able to bypass the critical factor more (when you understand how to put emotion and feeling into those mantras and sayings, i.e. Your tonality), however, that's a hit and miss. The reason why it's a hit and miss is because you have to be able to consistently create emotional impact, and sometimes when you're not prepared to do that, you might have varied results of success with it.

      Which is why if you use hypnosis as a supplement with MILD, you have that mental rehearsal established the more you practice at it, so mantras can be easier to do because when you build conditioned responses to unconsciously know the feelings and tonalities behind the mantras/sayings/short phrases, MILD can definitely have its efficacy increased.




      What kind of Hypnosis are you explaining in this guide, NLP Hypnosis, Conversational Hypnosis, or the Milton H. Erickson's Hypnosis Model?



      You could call this type of hypnosis explained in this guide overall elements of Conversational Hypnosis, but the rudiments behind them (both NLP and Conversational Hypnosis) are derived from Milton H. Erickson's Hypnosis Model and the Meta Model that you can find definitions online. You might get varied opinions on this, and just know that this is based on what I've researched over the months to the best of my abilities.

      This type of Hypnosis I'm covering is more of the indirect approach, seeing how using certain language patterns (from Erickson's language patterns mostly) to prime and extend the time with transderivational search that we have within our minds when given an overload of things that are too much for the critical factor to fathom all at once. NLP Hypnosis and Conversational Hypnosis can be the same in terms of the language patterns (that Erickson is an iconic figure for building a list of), but their techniques are different.

      Usually NLP Hypnosis (like how street hypnosis is practiced) involves engaging with people that may not be in a deep trance, while conversational hypnosis can be used more indirectly and has more potential to lead to deeper self-induced trance states. And I personally feel Conversational Hypnosis, at least the rudiments behind it and how NLP Hypnosis can be encroached into practice here and there (but not as much in this guide), is effective for your lucid dreaming endeavors with any techniques, aids, etc.

      This is just my opinion, and I'm aiming to find more reasons to falsify it, but currently, it seems my perspective on it will be the same until something persuasive and convincing comes up. I will edit if that time comes.



      Where Can I Find These Milton Language Pattern Cards/List?



      I can't provide links, seeing how that might end up being advertisement for something, and I don't want to have disputes with the wonderful staff here. Just do a simple search engine search on Milton's Language pattern cards, and you'll be able to find it with ease. Hope this helps.




      [2.6] List of Hypnosis Scripts For You To Use


      Here are a few hypnosis scripts I created recently, these aren't meant to be picture perfect, and the more I create hypnosis scripts on my own, and the more I find myself making emotional impact towards these scripts when reading or hearing them, the more I can become better at redefining them in the future.

      So expect to see more hypnosis scripts compared to these in the future, and FEEL FREE to post any of your own custom-made scripts as well! Warning, please make sure you're in a safe environment and that you stop what you're doing in order to pay full attention reading/listening/or speaking out the contents of a script.


      [2.61]Improving Dream Recall Hypnosis Script


      Spoiler for Improving Dream Recall Hypnosis Script:



      [2.62] Dream Task of the Month Hypnosis Script


      Spoiler for Dream Task of the Month Hypnosis Script:




      [2.63] Finding Your Dream Guide Hypnosis Script


      Spoiler for Finding You Dream Guide Hypnosis Script:




      [2.64] MILD (Mantra/Mnemonic Induced Lucid Dream Hypnosis Script)

      Attention: Before you read this script, find a mantra, mnemonic, or short phrase you know you can repeat after you read through the script.


      Spoiler for MILD Hypnosis Script:




      [2.65] WILD (Wake Initiated/Induced Lucid Dream Hypnosis Script)
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      Heard a lot about Self-Hypnosis and how it can be a very useful tool in the effort to induce lucidity. Definitely going to give this a read!
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      I'm sorry but what you're writing is not self hypnosis. It is, as you said, Ericksonian hypnosis used to influence OTHERS. Sure you can record an induction and listen to it, but in my opinion it is a little bit hard for beginners. Pure self hypnosis bypasses the critical factor, though NOT by using the Milton Model, but with relaxation. You can Pm me if you want to discuss with me, I am eager to talk to someone who knows hypnosis too

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      Maybe make a Youtube.

      Nothing fancy. Just someone explaining it. Then doing the induction.

      I couldn’t read what you wrot because when I mad it bigger and double-tapped my phone screen, it wouldn't wrap

      A youtube can be just audio.

      Apparently you can do it from your smart phone.

      A phone sales man did it for me years ago but I lost my youtube password and forgot how to do it.
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      Quote Originally Posted by ZippLord47 View Post
      I'm sorry but what you're writing is not self hypnosis. It is, as you said, Ericksonian hypnosis used to influence OTHERS. Sure you can record an induction and listen to it, but in my opinion it is a little bit hard for beginners. Pure self hypnosis bypasses the critical factor, though NOT by using the Milton Model, but with relaxation. You can Pm me if you want to discuss with me, I am eager to talk to someone who knows hypnosis too
      You bring up some good arguments, but with how people conceptualize what hypnosis and things that relate to it (e.g. trance states, relaxation, and guided imagery) is going to be a bit different. While it’s true that the premise of the Milton Model is for influencing others, it doesn’t necessarily mean it can’t be self-hypnosis. I’m sure you know about a certain interpretation that when a hypnotist does their thing to a client, the client is really doing self-hypnosis, it’s just the hypnotist is a proxy of some sort, i.e., the client is the one in control in wanting to be suggestive, and going along knowing the hypnotist has intentions to contribute to fulfilling whatever it is they’re striving for.

      Even though the format in this guide submission isn’t the conventional “I am this,” or anything pertaining to “I,” I would subscribe to the general concept that some of the best hypnotists are ones that can get hypnotized themselves from what they’re going to use (e.g. being able to imagine how they’re going to assess the situation with their clients, and mentally preparing themselves for fulfilling that goal). It’s just concepts of prospective memory, i.e., being able to remember to remember, simple imagination (e.g. “Just Imagine for a moment”), and using whatever modes of reference (e.g. guided imagery, symbolic/metaphorical meaning) to reach the end goal(s)).

      Quote Originally Posted by ZippLord47 View Post
      Pure self hypnosis bypasses the critical factor, though NOT by using the Milton Model, but with relaxation.
      This is like stating the Milton Model can’t be a supplement in bypassing the critical factor, or whatever term people want to use to associate with the judgment and decision-making areas of the brain. The concept from the Milton Model may have different intentions (e.g. indirect means), but with the concept of transderivational search that I mentioned in the guide submission (the psychological interpretation, not the technological one), you’re probably making an argument that your mind wouldn’t try to process what it is you’re reading and saying from the script.

      For me personally, after practicing for God knows how long, along with image streaming for a few months, it’s pretty easy for me to get into a state of relaxation. It’s mostly because for me, it’s easy to get relaxed, get into the mental state(s) I want to be in, and just keep going through the motions. But since everyone is different, and results may vary, it could be based on a myriad of factors (e.g. repetition, how much a person yearns for the end goal(s), tonality (e.g. soft and relaxing voice filled with confidence)).

      I’ve seen the countless debates on people giving their experiential learning with hypnosis, and how some feel it’s not used for trance state, or just for bypassing the critical factor, or whatever intermediates of the process they feel is the pragmatic way of utilizing hypnosis. I’m interested if you can provide some sources as to why the Milton model, and other models (that mostly likely derive from it and others) isn’t really “pure hypnosis.”

      Some people may conceptualize pure hypnosis as just being able to enter a deep state of relaxation. Some feel that metaphorical/symbolic references with underlying schemes (e.g. to acknowledge a certain struggle) could be the end goal of hypnosis. Some may feel that just being able to have an over-active imagination during the sessions is the end goal of hypnosis. It’s a trial and error thing, and obviously these concepts alone aren’t going to be enough, but one thing that I’ve realized that helps a lot is really the tonality and the yearning for wanting things to happen.

      Because if one had the predispositions that if they don’t see a certain format of what they conceptualize as pure hypnosis, then most likely what would happen is that their critical factor will automatically block out any potential of the attempts to work. And I am aware that hypnosis is barely anything of empirical value at first glance, and research pertaining to it mostly revolves around clinical, psychological, and maybe even neurological studies as well, but if you’re going to bring the argument that the Milton model (especially one where others would tend to derive from, and make their own twist on things) isn’t really a gateway, or supplement for reaching pure self-hypnosis (which really varies based on interpretation), it’s just going by the person’s say-so.

      And if you’re wanting to talk about beginners, and offering vicarious insight on the level of difficulty you feel they may go through, you’d probably be aware that everyone has their own pragmatism for things like this. But the idea is to really focus on the rudiments, and go through trial and error to hopefully reach breakthroughs into this.

      Because if we want to argue what “pure” and “true” hypnosis is, we’d have to take into consideration of factors such as mental states (e.g. somnambulistic state of trance), tonality, simple imagination, and such. And since those concepts and much more creates a subjective outlook on hypnosis, it’s kind of hard to be so confident on inherent values that completely override certain exceptions that you feel would not fit the paradigm of true and pure hypnosis.

      Quote Originally Posted by havago View Post
      Maybe make a Youtube.

      Nothing fancy. Just someone explaining it. Then doing the induction.

      I couldn’t read what you wrot because when I mad it bigger and double-tapped my phone screen, it wouldn't wrap

      A youtube can be just audio.

      Apparently you can do it from your smart phone.

      A phone sales man did it for me years ago but I lost my youtube password and forgot how to do it.
      If you want examples of how hypnosis can be declared, maybe a good route to take is looking for videos where the person has a soft voice that can make you feel at ease. Of course, with goals and circumstances being different for others, sometimes going at a fast-pace (e.g. to feel excited or amped up) or anything but a slow and casual voice may be the intention for others. It’s really more of the tonality rather than just what you’re saying. In other words, people sometimes go for a monotone voice, only to have it become boring, and that may again create more conflict for the critical factor, or just subconscious/unconscious blocking in general.

      There’s a lot of factors that could help with breakthroughs with hypnosis, but obviously, the person has to want things to happen first, i.e., suggestibility.
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      Sorry. I didn't type very well. I agree with everything you said. You mustn't perceive me as one of those who criticises the work of Doctor Erickson (non-state theorists, etc.). Sure the things you said can be applied on self, like those NLP techniques. What I truly wanted to say is that you do not need all of this to go into a trance, bypass a critical factor. There are faster ways. For example, do you know the Betty Erickson self-hypnosis routine created by the wife of Erickson? Or those routines by Igor ledochowski, an Ericksonian hypnotist, or any other techniques that put you into trance/alpha state?

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      Quote Originally Posted by ZippLord47 View Post
      Sorry. I didn't type very well. I agree with everything you said. You mustn't perceive me as one of those who criticises the work of Doctor Erickson (non-state theorists, etc.). Sure the things you said can be applied on self, like those NLP techniques. What I truly wanted to say is that you do not need all of this to go into a trance, bypass a critical factor. There are faster ways. For example, do you know the Betty Erickson self-hypnosis routine created by the wife of Erickson? Or those routines by Igor ledochowski, an Ericksonian hypnotist, or any other techniques that put you into trance/alpha state?
      I do apologize for the misinterpretation, and I fully agree with you that there are faster ways, thank you for clarifying this. I've heard about Igor, and in fact I was inspired to make a short guide submission from the concepts he mentioned in a few ebooks, and what others talked about before (I made an image streaming guide based on what he and Win Wenger gave as well, but it was formatted for some other forum). It's just that when it comes to consistency with the faster ways (e.g. the type of affirmations you apply to everyday events like taking a shower, and affirming that you'll be cleansed of negativity each time you shower), sometimes the repetition of those acts may not be convincing enough for beginners, or they just don't have a decent work ethic to follow through.

      One could really just keep affirming "Just imagine," or whatever verbal cues (e.g. "A person could, you know,") and such that would probably cause some subconscious/unconscious process that would be akin to the mind mining for information to be compatible with what's being mentioned. There's all sorts of techniques suited for fast paced things, which would probably be just as useful since a person could have some kind of embedded implication seeded in their heads if they consistently affirmed themselves to those messages while they're busy doing other things. It's just that with lucid dreaming attempts, I figured the slow, casual, and deeply relaxed route where a person would go through reading and speaking out could help. Maybe shorter, and faster scripts, or just methods in general could help, especially if a person would probably be less critical of things in the middle of the night, but my idea of shorter is probably just the ol' fake it until you make it.


      An example of this could just be constantly affirming to yourself that you're going to accomplish something, you build up all that energy, you imagine the end goal of accomplishing it, how it feels to you, and now it'll benefit you in your life. And at the same time, not being worried if one didn't accomplish them in the expected time range, and being able to build up prospective memory until it becomes a natural habit. I do apologize if the guide submission seemed to suggest in any way that those aspects mentioned in it are the only and absolute ways. Hypnosis is just crazy in how to assess in interpreting it, and with analyzing some of the formatting and wording used in other guide submissions in the history of DV, it's really just a watered-down version of whatever mass of information I learned before.
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