Dictionary of Hypnosis and NLP Terms
- Ideomotor Response (Signaling)
- Involuntary movement of
the part of the body by the subconscious as a result of a suggestion
or a question.
- The ability of the mind to
construct or reorganize sensory data from an experience of outer or
inner world, real or imagined.
- An act of inducing,
causing or producing a state of hypnosis.
- Self-observation of one's
thoughts and feelings.
- Relating to bodily
sensations, including tactile, visceral and feelings.
- Lethargic State
- An extremely relaxed state
in which an individual may display symptoms of slurred speech and
inability to move.
- Mental Rehearsal
- Rehearsing a future event
- Multiple Personality
- A psychological state in
which an individual maintains two or more distinct personalities
usually without any conscious recognition between them.
- Negative Hallucination
- Not perceiving something
which is present.
Programming: study of the structure of subjective human experience.