Imagine allowing your Inner Mind™ to see yourself performing your favorite performance under hypnosis. The moves are clear, precise, and everything you visualize along with its perfection goes into a part of your memory, where you can draw upon it permanently even when you are no longer in hypnosis. You will be able to perform these movements as if you practiced them physically for years, even while under pressure of the live performance. You will then learn the real meaning of spontaneity. Hypnotherapy enhances this effect and reduces the amount of time necessary to see results. This is important, because once results are experienced a person becomes more excited about participating. Four of the ingredients to any behavior modification are anticipation, participation, excitement, and acceptance.
For as you see it in hypnosis, so it happens. What the Inner Mind sees, understands, and believes is manifested into subsequent and immediate actions of the body. This is true for both physical activities and mental skills.
Actors practice their monologues in front of the mirror to practice their faces and their lines in order to blend them together into one action. If they were to also visualize themselves performing in the theater, their effort would be rewarded many times over, because not only would they see the audience's faces and practice their words, they would solidify their performance with the energy of the audience. Not only would they lessen their fear in this way, they would also enliven the real performance. Their connection with the audience would be a more real, more sincere, and most of all more believable. Finally, if they further visualized making the normal mistakes actors sometimes do and watched these mistakes corrected, they would truly gain an internal calm and power that would make them remarkable.