Soothe Creepy Crawly Sensations with Formication Relief

Help clients turn down the intensity of their tactile hallucinations

Formication, from the Latin "formica" meaning "ant," is a tactical hallucination that causes people to feel the sensations of bugs or worms crawling beneath their skin. Sufferers often claim to feel real pain and itching sensations, although the best medical tests repeatedly show nothing is wrong.

There are a wide variety of causes for formication, such as menopause and Parkinson's disease, although it's most commonly associated with drug use or withdrawal in the media. While the condition usually has an underlying cause, it is not always treatable. And the crawling sensations do not respond to pharmaceutical treatment.

The Formication Relief Hypnosis Script from The Script Collection was put together to help clients manage their tactile hallucinations and their own responses to them.

The script begins with a pre-talk that quickly establishes authority. It explains the feeling and causes of formication, urges the client to seek medical advice in certain cases, and lays out how the client will benefit from the work.

Those benefits include helping to soothe emotional responses, such as frustration and anxiety, that often accompany the sensations of formication; giving the client more control over how deeply they experience those sensations; and priming the unconscious for remembered wellness.

The induction opens with a focus on guiding breathing while embedded commands direct the client to relax. The language creates a sense of drifting into comfort while the client is assured they don't need to consciously make an effort to relax.

Comfortable, pleasant memories are evoked and the client is urged to settle into the positive memory. They are guided to fully feel the sensations of their recalled scene, and embedded commands push them into a deeper relaxation. A countdown puts them into a trance state.

Now, the client is reminded of what their unconscious mind is capable of doing. A metaphor of looking through binoculars backwards is employed to explain how the mind can "create space and distance" and make things seem far away.

The script relates a story about a man who came to therapy seeking a way to relieve physical discomfort. It chronicles how the therapist helped him feel less irritation from his discomfort by employing a mental exercise. The client is guided through the same process.

They are now led to experience the sensation of floating away. As the client leaves their body, they are asked to look back at themselves from afar and note their total relaxation. An embedded command anchors the feelings of calm and cool-headedness in this experience.

Once dissociated, the client is led to realize how difficult it is to recall the discomforting sensations that drew them to therapy. They are instructed to "let go completely" of those feelings completely through an embedded command.

The focus returns to the man from the story. Through therapy, he was able to vividly recall a time of "complete wellness," before he experienced his painful condition.

The client is reassured that they can also relive their past experiences, pain free, through their memories. Embedded commands instruct the client's unconscious mind to memorize those feelings so they can be carried into the present and future, making a more comfortable and calm life possible.

Slowly, the client is guided to feel this calm and comfortable experience throughout the entire day. Regular pauses serve to anchor the feelings deep in the subconscious. Embedded commands instruct the client's unconscious mind to integrate these changes.

Now, the focus again returns to the man from the story. He was able to tune out the unpleasant feelings that plagued him until they slowly receded into the background of his life and things came "into balance again."

A final set of embedded commands instruct the client to feel better, calmer, and more comfortable as they, too, become able to push their formication to the back of their minds.

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Formication Relief is also available as an MP3 download.

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