Hallucination Sensory experience of something that does not exist. It takes two forms,

a) A Positive Hallucination – Experiencing a sensory experience that does not exist.

b) A Negative Hallucination – Not being able to see, hear etc, something that is there.

Highly Valued Criteria Our major, most important Values, our core values.
Hypnotism/Hypnosis a) A relaxed state induced in a person so change work can be done at the subconscious or unconscious level,
b) The automatic nature of how we operate and respond to life’s cues, outside of consciousness, following Neural Response Patterns that automatically control our thoughts, actions and emotions, following pre-programmed patterns that we have developed in life.