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A simple, basic induction such as this can serve as an initial assessment of a person’s responsiveness to suggestions for relaxation and other alterations in experience and as the cornerstone for the application of additional therapeutic suggestions. To build on this induction, answers to the following questions can provide the therapist with invaluable information: What did you like about your experience? At what point were you most deeply involved? What was particularly helpful? Did anything get in the way?
And you can do all kinds of things to deepen your experience, like those we have done today. You 38 NANCY E. SCHOENBERGER can focus on an image, or focus on your body and let the different parts relax, or repeat your cue word to yourself. You can think of your cue word, imagine your special place, or do whatever works best for you, and find yourself going deeper and deeper into hypnosis. When you enter hypnosis on your own, I don’t know if you will be as deeply hypnotized as you are now or even more deeply hypnotized.
[Article] A sample size adjustment procedure for clinical trials based on conditional power by Li G.