Instantaneous Method

Spoken to the subject

Stand facing me. That’s right. Now step forward. (Place right hand on subjects head, supporting the base of the skull. Grasp subjects right arm at elbow with left hand)

Bring your feet closer together. Closer. That’s right. Breathe in deeply. (With a sudden forward pulling movement of the hands, lightly jerk the subject towards you) Sleep now.

(If the subject’s legs begin to buckle) Just as a horse can stand and sleep without losing its balance, so too your legs are strong beneath you. You can stand and sleep.

(Alternate to horse description) Your legs are stiff and rigid beneath you, supporting your body as you stand straight and erect.