Last reviewed: 8th Dec, 2011
Pin Pointing is the starting point
of a neurosis. Every neurotic condition started somewhere. The
starting point is referred to as the pin point.
The types of problems to use Pin Pointing for:
- Where pain persists even after
anaesthesia has been administered.
- For migraines or other specific
neurotic conditions causing psychosomatic aches and pains.
- Reduction of phobias.
- Stammering, absent-mindedness, etc.
- Tics, tic douloureaux.
- In almost all cases where only one
specific problem or symptom is involved.
As the issue will be in the past then regression by some means will be required.
The standard method of regression is to 'talk a client back' through hypnosis until they remember the time and place where their phobia, neurosis, etc. began.
Another method is to use ideomotor signals.
(See related articles and strategies on Hypnotic World for an explanation of how to use ideomotor IMR responses).
You can also pin-point the origin of a client's problem by the faster method of using a rapid induction along with direct suggestions to have them remember where they were and what they were doing, however this method usually requires a highly suggestible subject and an experienced hypnotist.
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