In the movie, Good Will Hunting, the counselor, played by Robin Williams, lovingly confronts the disturbed young man in his office with the phrase, "It's not your fault."

After a pause, Williams again says, "It's not your fault." After yet another pause, he again says, "It's not your fault." By the time the scene is over, the young man breaks down and cries. The counselor and patient hug. A transformation has occurred. It's a powerful moment in the film. It's unforgettable. And it's hypnotic. Why?

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