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Learn to Hypnotize – 3 Powerful Techniques to Hypnotize People

You want to learn to hypnotize people using covert hypnosis. In order to do this you have to follow the main hypnotic process. The following techniques will allow you to perform each stage more effectively and more successfully.

1) Use compliments to build rapport and to prepare the person for doing what you want.

You may think that compliments are not as good as building rapport as some of the more covert hypnosis techniques, such as mirror imaging.

However, the reality is that they are equally effective and can serve more than one purpose. You just need to learn how to make compliments effectively, as you learn to hypnotize.

The idea behind using compliments to build rapport is to prepare the person for agreeing to do what you want by pushing him to make a commitment. This may sound a bit too complex, so I’ll introduce the idea with an example.

Let’s say that you want to borrow a small amount of money from a friend. In the beginning of your conversation you can say, “You are the most generous friend I have.” You can also use the line, “Unlike most of my other friends, you are kind and generous.”

You can readily give examples of the person’s generosity. Then, you have to get the person to agree that he is generous. Then, when you finally make an embedded command, you can readily use, “As a generous friend, you can lend me some money.”

You can see how you are binding him to say “yes”. This is an effective method that you should practice and master as you learn to hypnotize.

2) Base the influencing of the subconscious mind on the person’s values and their hierarchy.

As you learn to hypnotize, you will realize that the beliefs and values of a person are part of his subconscious mind. People just make decisions and act based on these values and beliefs. They do not analyze them with their critical mind.

This is something that you need to use during the induction process. You have to stress the importance of the different benefits he will get from doing what you want. You have to link these benefits to the person’s inner values. If necessary, you can use their hierarchy as well.

Let’s say that you want to get a coworker of yours to put more time and effort in a project. The benefit he will get from it is a pay raise. You have to use this technique together with the patterns that you learn as you learn to hypnotize.

You can readily say to him, “Imagine what getting a pay raise will be like. You will be a more highly valued employee who has better chances for career advancement. You will be a better parent securing your children’s education.”

You can see how one benefit corresponds to the different values of the person and namely being a better professional and a better parent.

Using the example above, if you want to show the hierarchy of values, you can slip in the following line, “Just think about what is more important to you spending a little more time with your children now or giving them the best education they deserve?”

3) Make your embedded commands simpler and more urgent using additional motivation.

As you learn to hypnotize, you will find out that you do not need to explain in detail what you want the person to do. You just have to make a simple command, such as “work overtime” or “lend money”.

They key to success is to embed it in a detailed sentence to make it as covert as possible. At the same time, you have to give the person you hypnotize some sort of additional motivation, so that you can urge him to act.

Using the example with borrowing money from a friend, you can make an embedded command like, “As a generous and king friend, you can consider lending me some money now so that I can pay you back by next week.”

Using the other example with asking your coworker to work overtime, you can say, “By working overtime now, you can get a higher pay raise sooner.”

Now you can learn to hypnotize and apply what you have learned with greater efficacy. Keep learning more to become a mater hypnotist.