How To Hypnotize Someone Secretly

Do you want to know how to hypnotize someone secretlyWould you like to “hijack” their minds and take control of their thoughts? So that they do what you want them to do? All of this is possible if you master the art of hidden hypnosis and conversational coercion.

How To Hypnotize Someone Secretly

First it is important though that you realize that hypnosis is not some kind of magic mind control, where you can just tell someone to jump off a cliff or have sex with you and they do it. There are limits to what you can do with hypnosis, and it is not like it is in cartoons.

Yet, you can do a lot of things. You can sell things to people who wouldn’t otherwise buy from you. You can create attraction. You can get people to do things they would not otherwise do, and you can become the dominant person in any room who determines what actions others are going to take.

When you learn about sneaky hypnotic language patterns, you can talk with people about pretty much anything, have just a normal conversation – while you are secretly hypnotizing them.

If you have read this far, and you are becoming more curious about how exactly to do this, read the following paragraphs carefully.

One of the most important tools for this is a technique called “embedded commands”. What you do is to essentially “hide” a hypnotic suggestion in a normal sentence. An example of that can be seen in the previous paragraph. The embedded command was “you are becoming more curious”. Now, using embedded commands in written language is a lot less powerful than in spoken language, because when you speak, you can change the tone of your voice just so slightly that it gets processed by the brain as a hypnotic command, rather than just part of the normal sentence. Also, realize that you must always make people take small steps, rather than trying to get them to do one big step. Make the commitment small, seem almost insignificant – but stack twenty of them on top of each other, and you will be amazed what you can get people to do.

There are many “rules” when it comes to using embedded commands and the tonality of your voice the right way – and you can continue to learn about them. But one thing you can do right now is to think of situations where you could use embedded commands and decide to use them in your language more often, and see how that changes your ability to influence other people.

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