When you look at a picture, your brain stores the picture in the negative (just like the negative film of a photograph).
According to Bekhterev school of Hypnosis, the hypnotist shows a picture in the negative while the subject gazes at that for a while and then shuts his eyes and can see the real picture, and that is when the hypnotist locks the subject in the visual memory system. And it usually takes the hypnotist (Hypnotherapist) just a few minutes to reach very deep stages.
Is there a method analogous to this (use of colors) in Ericksinian methods? Or is it that Erickson was color blind (dichromatopsic) and so colors don't play a part in the western school of hypnosis?
(The method of the question is in the russian style of curiousity)
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