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Deep Hypnotic States Explained At A Quantum Level

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Lafontaine mesmerisming a client illustration

The drawing above is an example of one of the experiments of the Swiss magnetizer Lafontaine. It is a particular state of catalepsy, which can be induced in most people in less than five minutes, using only the non verbal techniques of the gaze and of the passes.

What are deep hypnotic states useful for?

Deep states of mind are very useful as they will bring your client to another dimension of being, where they will feel their entanglement with the universe in a different way. They will often feel transformed after returning from this wonderful state. In deep hypnosis, we use an approach which is different from the techniques of hypnotherapy, where we use the wiring of our ego to reframe our behavior.

In the deep states of hypnosis, we reach a level where we access a space before the ego and are connected with a deeper dimension of being. In quantum terms, we would call this “the implicate level”. When reaching these levels, we can have faster or even spontaneous healings. This is due to the fact that the subject will be in a different state, more free from material constraints. The subject will also be beyond his or her own past conditioning. They will be more in touch with their inner core and will connect to a spontaneously healing natural wisdom. Also, it is common for people to share either the best way to treat themselves, or the specific words needed to ensure transformation.

In these states, you could touch a level of joy and discovery of the self which you couldn't have imagined. In fact, there are many hypnotherapists who do not practice them. However, you will greatly enhance your practice if you learn these states.

There is also a deep entanglement which occurs between the operator and subject as this hypnosis develops, as these deeper states depend on the state of the operator. Therefore, their development implies a deep participation and involvement from the part of the operator. This is more than a simple emotional involvement. It is an involvement of the unconscious mind. Since the modern world teaches us to be detached, we must relearn this approach. In fact, these states were very frequent in the past. People used to have a more human approach, with countless interesting experiments conducted by both hypnotizers and magnetizers.

These results were due to the different framework of hypnosis. In the past, hypnosis was seen as an art relying on the personality of the operator, rather than on technology based procedures. It was a time when people performed many exercises that worked with the gaze in a way that made the operator more “entangled” with  the subject. These ancient hypnotists and magnetists realized a technique now known as resonance, where through entanglement we access the underlying interconnecting reality. Healing was a natural outcome of these states, but there were also many strange effects. These effects ensued as both a deeper and seemingly telepathic mind-to-mind connection and an unfolding mind-to-universe connection.

Analgesia, Hypnotic Anesthesia, and Deep States

In our analysis of these deep states, we will begin from a more tangible element: analgesia. This is also known as 'hypnotic anaesthesia', and involves the absence of pain. While a person may think that they are in a deep state, analgesia constitutes as a very useful test. Deep states are very technically defined. There is also  a strong link between most types of deep states and the state of analgesia. In analgesia, we change our perception of reality and we are no longer captured by external sensations, even painful ones. This is the exact same perception you have in deep states.

The deep states are based on the senses, and are characterized by a different relationship to our organs. Marques de Puysegur was the first to discover the strange phenomena of deep somnambulism. The anesthesia was underutilized, as the emphasis was more on visions and on enhancements of the senses. Only later was anesthesia applied to surgical operations. In fact, you must be able to achieve analgesia with a subject before attempting these deeper states. Otherwise, you risk having the ego of the subject awake, which will disperse the attention of the senses in an unfavorable way.

Catalepsy and Deep States

Another phenomena you will observe immediately will be catalepsy. At the highest level, the subjects will be like statues, taking on any position. Practically the limbs of the subject will stay in whatever position you choose to put them. Catalepsy is a very simple state to achieve with non verbal techniques. Other procedures, such as those which require verbal techniques, are much longer. This is due to the fact that words awaken the rational mind. Somebody has hypothesized that catalepsy has something to do with catatonic positions of animals in states of fear. Each time we have realized it, the personal impression of the subjects is one of well being.

Automatic Movement

If you are able to install “automatic movement” to a person, some results of your hypnosis will be stronger. In fact, automotive movements are a key part of freeing the mind. We call automatic movement a movement where the conscious mind doesn’t control what is happening. The most effective automatic movement is a recurring one. This keeps the conscious mind occupied while the subconscious mind of the subject will rise to new heights.

We note a similar phenomena in the Tibetan tradition of prayer wheels. While the hands move automatically, the tradition is about the rising of 'Kundalini', or the 'inner energy'. While some automatic movements such as breathing are natural, others are less natural. Mostly the automatic movements that are useful for our purposes involve the voluntary system. If we can obtain them, the results will be easier and more clear. As the body moves, the mind enters into a higher underlying level.

Deep States as a Way to Access the “Implicate Order”

Our mind filters our reality in such a way that we perceive a three dimensional world. The first element that filters are words. Words, in fact, create and change reality on a mental level. Deep states of hypnosis normally bring us beyond these kinds of perceptions. Deep states can be seen as a way to access what could be called the “implicate order”, or “the matrix”. This implicate order is behind the explicate order we perceive. Once accessed, new experiences can be possible.

Fascination and Deep Hypnotic States

In our experience, having worked with the gaze with many subjects, we have discovered that gaze is the most important key to achieve deep hypnotic states. The second key is to use non verbal techniques, also known as called “passes”. The strong successes you can achieve with the gaze lead us to consider the concept of entanglement between operator and subject. This quantum entanglement, when using the gaze, becomes extraordinarily strong. The gaze is central in this kind of work.