- TRANSMISSION, THE AMPLIFIED HYPNOTIC TOOL FOR CREATORS
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Elaborated and transmitted by Catherine Contour
Initiation and consolidation for creators to this singular tool elaborated by Catherine Contour for about 12 years, based on the amplified hypnotic tool as well as knowledge inspired from different oriental and occidental arts of movement, linked to her career as an explorer whose main grounding is dance.
THE HYPNOTIC TOOL FOR CREATION AND PEDAGOGY
Hypnosis - which has had various forms during different periods in time – still remains a fantasized object in common knowledge. Yet, neuroscientists have permitted to improve our knowledge of this natural phenomenon and accompany the emergence of a renewed technique in the medical field. It is important to make the difference between the natural phenomenon which is the development of the hypnotic process and the hypnotic technique itself, and to learn to know and to recognize this natural process so as to use it by itself, as an auto-hypnosis, after a transmission which consists in an accompaniment in hetero-hypnosis.
For hypnosis which is an energetic practice, one of the main goals is beginning to move, or putting in motion again (mobilizing). The way in which this technique works on the question of « relation » as a collaboration, an alliance, makes it a precious tool to accompany creation. In the same way as the ‘swiss knife’, the hypnotic tool contains several tools including auto hypnosis and hypnotic communication, with a specific work and language, and wording/ formulation, active listening, the relation to the other, the environment, sensorially, the notions of tirs, goal and objective to direct the hypnotic transe, the work with emotions…
During this workshop we will evoke these through a panel of exercises, alternately on the ground, sitting, standing or moving, supporting ourselves on related practices (dance, qi gong, « Pep siesta », drawing, writing, automatic drawing…). The technical and theoretical elements will emerge from the feedback and questions arising from the experience.