Hooks into the Texture of Reality

During a session Victor will inform a client of things which at first might appear nonsensical. He might ask them to confirm the colour of their kitchen cabinets. These seemingly silly questions are called, ‘hooks’. Their purpose is to indicate the validity of answers given to unrelated questions which are directly asked by a client. The technique works well and is often used because when a practitioner is on point about insignificant details which can be easily confirmed it is an effective way to evaluate whether or not one is on the right track with big and important matters of client’s concerns which usually cannot be immediately substantiated.