EFSI Methodology

Educational program of EFSI Methodology

"Mastery of communication" (6 courses)

The "Silver" Level Courses "Basics of Projectioning"

The Fourth Course "Objective Suggestion (Social Hypnosis)"

(draftsman Sergey Kronin)

Topic 1. Trance states:

  • The term "trance": "normal" and "trance" state of a man.
  • Functions of trance states in a process of conscious perception of reality: the terms "objective", "subjective" and "psychological normality" of a man.
  • Mechanics of trance states creation.
  • Three general forms of trance states, spheres of use, and fields of solved problems: transcendental, psychological, social.
  • General indications of entering the trance states. Principled mechanism of suggestive influences.
  • The term "trance inducing".
  • The principle of naturalness and adequacy to the situation while inducing of trance states.
  • Principled differences of inducing methods of three trance basic forms.

Topic 2. Suggestion and instillation:

  • The terms "suggestion" and "instillation".
  • The term "deep meaning".
  • The principle of "deep meanings" translation.
  • The coherence of terms "trance" and "suggestion": managing of deep meanings while translating.
  • Three general direction of suggestion: "set-in command", "task programming", "opinion formation".
  • The term "set-in command": mechanism, spectrum of possible effects.
  • The term "task programming": mechanism, spectrum of possible effects.
  • The term "opinion formation" and "transformation of world outlook": mechanism, spectrum of possible effects.
  • Distinguishing features of three directions of suggestion: according to solving problems, time of actuation, fields of use.

Topic 3. "Suggestive current" and ethics of interrelationships:

  • General "suggestive sources" and specifity of its influence: people, objects and ambience.
  • Continuity principle of suggestive influences on the man: the term chaotic and directional "suggestive currents".
  • Mechanism of breaking of the "suggestive current" on the man
  • Individual source of "suggestive current" of a man: the principle of constant translation of the "inner world".
  • Consideration of social interaction from the position of crossing of the "suggestive currents": deep aims and tasks pursued by people.
  • The term "harmonious" and "disharmonious" interconnections between people: right "to be oneself", ethics of interconnections and deference to the man.

Topic 4. "Objective" and "subjective" suggestion:

  • The term "objective suggestion".
  • Means of objective suggestion: objectivity of suggestion instrument.
  • The term "subjectivity" and "subjective suggestion".
  • The rule of "criteria objectivity estimation of the suggestive influence efficiency": "quality criteria" of influence.
  • The sphere of "objective suggestion" use and solving problems.
  • The term "hypnosis".
  • Three general forms of "objective suggestion": speech hypnosis, classic hypnosis, nonverbal hypnosis.
  • General existent social spheres of "constant use" of each form: public speeches, management activity, personal relationship.
  • Increase of communicative samples and mans ability by the instrumentality of hypnosis.

4.1. Speech hypnosis:

  • "Competence" sphere of speech hypnosis.
  • The principle of "casting off responsibility" and fathering responsibility for the ultimate decision upon the opponent.
  • Inconcrete speech patterns and indefinite formulations.
  • Speech patterns of "subaudition".
  • Cyclicity of the speech: forms of "scrolling" of one thought and method of bringing the opponent to the "self-dependent inference".
  • Effect of "boredom", "oddity", "mysteriousness": models of declamation and composition of speech.
  • The term "terminology" and model of "talk by terms".
  • The aim of new terms creation and game by the meanings of received terms.
  • Descriptive speech model: speech metaphors and transformation of talk frames.
  • The samples of "juggling with meanings" and its effects.
  • Method of using the external occasions and saddens for the increase of the suggestion effect.
  • "Reflection" method of the behaviour model of a man: effect of "soliloquy".
  • Speech patterns of configuring the "vision of the future" and "change of the over past happenings picture".
  • Features of using the speech hypnosis while communicating tet-a-tet and with a group of people.
  • Arriving at an effect of full mutual understanding and talk "on any topic": formation of a "competent specialist" image.
  • Sample of a "diplomatic talk".
  • Use of speech hypnosis in the process of dialogue and monologue.
  • Logic structure of a speech composition in a process of monologue.
  • Sample of public speeches: the principle of "one thought", true aim of public speech and "residual effect" from the speech.

4.2. Classic hypnosis:

  • "Competence" sphere of classic hypnosis.
  • The principle of "acceptance of responsibility" for the result: effects and peculiarities.
  • Mechanism of the classic hypnosis activity.
  • Speech pattern of classical hypnosis: the principle of definiteness and preciseness.
  • The term "speech in tabloid form".
  • Behaviour and speech intonation pattern.
  • Auxiliary objects and method of their use.
  • Using of customs, creeds, superstitions in the classic hypnosis: "cumulative" effect.
  • "Hard" classic hypnosis: behaviour and speech intonation pattern.
  • The "categoricity" principle of the affirmations.
  • Use of "archetypical images": open and hidden pattern.
  • "Scenic" hypnotic phenomena: catalepsy, somnambulism.
  • Using the classic hypnosis in the process of dialogue and monologue: peculiarities, aims and "sharp corners" of this hypnosis model.
  • "Order action" effect.
  • Sample of using the classic hypnosis in the process of interactions with group of people.
  • Sample of "giving the order".

4.3. Nonverbal hypnosis:

  • The "show of the wish" principle.
  • Mechanism and sample of the nonverbal hypnosis activity.
  • The aim and "competence" of nonverbal hypnosis.
  • Effects of the using the nonverbal hypnosis.
  • The principle of "dependence creation".
  • Using the rhythm: tactical and strategic pauses in nonverbal hypnosis, managing the opponents state by the use of the rhythm.
  • Method of the using the rhythm: sound rhythm, biological rhythm, social rhythm.
  • Using the "distorted sounds" and "wrong pronunciation".
  • "One note" effect: monotonous "emotional sounding".
  • "Mystic" effect: holding of the "stable visualization".
  • The principle of "compromises": chain of sequent cessions.
  • "Arousing an impulse", creation of the "confusion" effect : behaviour pattern.
  • Following the "course of action": effect of moving in "virtual space".
  • The principle of multi-oriented meanings: "laying" necessary states under the speech.
  • Method of "overhang".
  • "Anticipation" effect: blockage of the opponents initiative by creating the "anticipation" effect.
  • "Feminine" sample of emotional control of the situation.
  • Nonverbal turning the emotions to the necessary way.
  • The sample of "self-dependent" creation of predilections, opinions, inferences.

4.4. Social hypnosis:

  • The principle of "unaffected talk".
  • Integration of the general hypnotic samples to a socially adopted form: peculiarities of integration.
  • Rules of using the hypnosis in society.
  • Fusion of speech and classic hypnosis samples: beautiful, well-reasoned speech.
  • Using the habitual behaviour pattern and speech pattern as a "hypnotic instrument": hypnosis practice while communicating.
  • Reflection of the "deep meanings".
  • Designation of own and external suggestions directions: identification method of suggestive commands and their forms.
  • Casting method of social interactions.
  • The principle of role task and social behaviour pattern.
  • The term of "secondary benefits": secondary benefits game.
  • Method of "inscribing" own actions into the mans pattern: using of the mans pattern resource.
  • The principle of "incomplete action".
  • The principle of "virtual event" creation: the principle of "substitution" of mans realities and directions of interests.
  • The sample of "explicit roles" creation: formation of the behaviour pattern and frames of mans possible actions.

Topic 5. Objective projection:

  • The term "projectioning" and "objective projectioning".
  • The principled mechanism of projectioning.
  • The system principle in the process of projectioning: "dimensional suggestion".
  • The term "symbol of personal emotion".
  • Structurization method of the "inner world".
  • Method of "objective projectioning".
  • Effects and mechanism of the objective projectioning.
  • The sample of using the "objective projectioning" method.
  • Objective projectioning while individual communicating and in public speeches: aims, "residual" effect, results.
  • Goal-setting for the projectioning process.
  • Objective criteria of the projectioning quality.
  • Process of "objective projectioning" in real conditions: peculiarities of projectioning with a glance of "external indefiniteness".


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