BASE STRUCTURE, DEEP TRANCE

n. a hypnotic technique wherein the unconscious mind responds more to suggestions and less to structure. In the state of deep trance, the subjects are minimally responsive to cues from the environment other than those which their beliefs suggest. See hypnosis and shamanistic practices- also bahavioral baseline.

BASE STRUCTURE, DEEP TRANCE: "The power of suggestion is at its most persuasive when an individual is in a state of base structure, deep trance."
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