My co-author Kelley Woods suggests the following:
If even more is needed, I may ask a client, "What would you like to do with those leaves?" I've received some novel suggestions!"
Confucius said, "Tell me, and I may not remember. Show me, and I may forget. Involve me, and I will understand." Psychologists and educators generally agree that people learn best by experience which involves one's whole person in the activity or the material to be learned. This blog is dedicated to harnessing the power of psychologically-enhanced experience to show you how to change your life and get the things you want -- and how to keep others from preventing you from doing so!
Experience as an Art Form is available for purchase online, or it may be ordered through your local bookstore.
Gibbons, D. E. (2001). Experience as an Art Form. Lincoln, NE: Authors Choice Press. ISBN: 0-595-17308-X.
Gibbons, D. E. & Lynn, S. J. (2010) Hypnotic inductions: A primer. In S. J. Lynn, J. W. Ruhe, & I. Kirsch (Eds.) Handbook of clinical hypnosis, 2nd. ed. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Complete instructions and Induction procedures are contained in the newly-published E-book entitled, Exploring Alternate Universes -- and Learning What They Can Teach Us, by Don E. Gibbons, Ph,D., and Lenny A. Cavallaro, D.M.A.,