Self-Hypnosis Techniques - Fractional Relaxation

A fractional relaxation induction technique is perhaps the most common and effective technique for inducing a hypnotic state. The purpose is to get the subject's mind focused by concentrating on following the suggestions to relax the various areas of the body. And it is a very good technique for getting a subject relaxed.

Fractional relaxation involves relaxing different areas of the body, one area at a time. The attention required of the subject helps to focus his/her mind to the exclusion of all else. Here's an example of a simple fractional relaxation sequence:

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