The double induction is a special technique in hypnosis. Double induction is characterized by the presence of two hypnotists during hypnosis, while one speaks to the client in the left ear and the other in the right ear. Usually both therapists sit at the head end of the client and together lead him into trance. Either they speak alternately or even simultaneously, sometimes they use the same induction text and sometimes different texts or freely chosen words. Now the question arises whether this kind of hypnosis is not too confusing and exhausting for the client. It can be confusing, especially the first few times. But it can also cause great effects. For example, alternating speech favors bilateral stimulation of the brain hemispheres, which addresses both the lucid experience and the emotional part of the client.