If a coach asks a series of seemingly trivial questions or a series of "stupid" questions to which an audience member -- or all of you answer Yes, Yes, Yes a series of questions to which most people answer "Yes" ---
Errrr ....I suggest reading a little bit about a trance induction method call Yes Set.
If the coach tells weird stories full of incongruities and grammatical violations, or violations of word usage -- get out of there.
No one so incompetent in use of the English language gets hired to be a coach.
If the person speaks good English in ordinary social situations and shifts to using grammatical violations and strange stories -- run away, grab your computer fire up your search engine.
yes set "trance induction" Google search.
The Handshake Induction.
If someone shakes your hand and does something weird like running a finger over your palm or some other variation on the handshake and YOU FEEL SHOCKED OR WEIRDED OUT --BEWARE, run like hell and Google Handshake Induction.
Here is how we identified this method as used covertly.
Go here and move to the beginning of the discussion and then read downwards.
I described what I thought was a physical boundary violation in the form of an inappropriate handshake.
Further down on the page, The Anticult "ecxclaimed" Holy Mackerel! and identified covert use of a powerful trance induction method - the Handshake Induction.
Here The Anticult analyses a teaching story and shows how covert trance induction is written right into it.
whenever you hear someone like Katie constantly telling little weird "Stories", that is generally this brand of hypnotic symbolic persuasion. For those who have been exposed to the technical literature, it just LEAPS out instantly. Its totally blatant.
No different than for someone who knows a little about music, Mozart and Bach can be distinguished in a few seconds, but for a non-musical person...all classical music sounds the same...
the way Katie contructs those sentences shown above, betrays exactly what she is doing. Even though some of the Stories are strange and ambiguous, the sentence construction of double-binds, false-choices, embedded commands, and leading questions is hard evidence. That is being done very technically by the book, and at a very high level of skill,
Full text here:
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 07/03/2018 09:58PM by corboy.