Monday, 12 March 2012

Is Conversational Hypnosis for Real?

The concept of conversational Hypnosis, developed by Igor Ledochowski, has seen a lot of critical commentaries, analysis and interpretations in recent times. In fact it is widely challenged by a school of thought to be a scam propounded by Igor Ledochowski, just as there are many scam propositions online. Various arguments have been put forward to disprove this concept simply because of lack of a critical study and understanding of the underlying principles and methods to be employed by anyone who chooses to practice this systemic technique.

A critical review based on scientific research and knowledge soon shows that it cannot be dismissed with contempt as there are proven scientific facts to back this concept.

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To understand this concept, it is necessary to do a cross discipline research with the aim of illustrating and explaining the underlying system and structure of the processes of conversational hypnosis.

Looking at several scientific facts, a common ground of relations between spoken words and controlled reactions can be seen. In fact this is widely used in socially targeted messages like propaganda and advertisements.

In the social sciences of linguistics and psychology, words are broadly considered to have two meanings or what is called semantic roles. Whenever someone says something the person conveys a logical as well as an emotive message. The logical message is the sequence of thought process and how they are expressed whilst the Emotive message is the reaction the person expects from the listener. Human beings use words to express their experiences of the world they live in as a concrete and an abstract entity. In so doing the words they use solicit definite reactions from those who hear the spoken words.

The concept of Conversational Hypnosis is concerned with the output of the receiver of the spoken words used by the sender to control the reactions of the receiver. The key behind this is creating a user friendly interaction. It is in a sense a synchronisation of the subject-object relations in which the object is controlled by a mental remote control. The user friendly medium can be a story or some words that solicit reactions that put the receiver in a position to be controlled and manipulated by the source of the words.

To get this result, the speaker has to choose words that get the listener to react in a way that will transmit the emotive meaning of the words for a control of the listener. This relation can be best illustrated in looking at how the end user and a computer interact. The end user is the hypnotist and the computer the hypnotised. In processing any data the computer gives the end-user responses that more or less put it under the control of the end-user.

How best this relation functions is determined by the ability of the end-user to type or input symbols or words that solicit the desired reaction from the computer. Proper inputs give a control and ability to get the desired results.

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