Let me call you Steve, it will be more casual, okay?
First, I rather surprise that you kindly answer my post. As you are quite a famous as…ur…one who studied directly from Erickson as Haley, Rossi etc. (O’Hanlon had no this luck!) So let me thank you again for that.
Second, I’m just Erickson’s fan, just a reader so please endure me for any “ignorance.” I came here not to talk about why his method works as I’m know for sure (by myself)that it really works (or why I bought his books in the first place-and as far as I know I owned his books more than every libraries in my country-but sorry, I could not afford your books!-haha)
Okay, let’s get to the point:
“Did Dr. Erickson miss something?” I knew that this head line will “provoke” some response (I try to avoid a word “trance” or “suggestion” for a while). What if it just was “Dr. Erickson, my great hero?"-sounds boring, doesn’t it?
What intesesting is that this kind of “provoking” happens all the time in the real life situation. I love Rossi’s idea (yes, Erickson’s idea) about “common everyday trance” My question is that this kind of provoking can have positive and negative effect if Erickson use it, can’t
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