Covert Hypnosis Techniques Anyone Can Learn

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There are many programs that claim to offer covert hypnosis techniques anyone can learn but if you are as skeptical as I was at first you will want to do some research before buying into these claims. The article below comes from a site that does offer a covert hypnosis program however I was more interested in their explanations of covert hypnosis and the information they present to support what a hypnotist needs to do.

I like the way they presented this information and that it is not geared towards sexual seduction or other inappropriate uses. When you read the article below (covert hypnosis) you will realize that there are covert hypnosis techniques anyone can learn.

Covert Hypnosis

"Covert Hypnosis also known as conversational hypnosis is the process in which one gains control over the others mind without their knowledge just by making conversations by the listener’s subconscious mind. The ultimate aim here is to change the opinion of the person in question by manipulating their thoughts and making them do things your way."

"In this process the hypnotizer changes the thought pattern of the people, their behavior, emotions and perception of life on a subconscious level. Unlike with conventional hypnotherapy sessions covert hypnosis does not involve closing of the eyes or any kind of moving pendulum or strange hand gestures."

 

 

Suggestive Commands

"The commands or suggestions given by the person hypnotizing to the person being hypnotized are more of a metaphor and presented in an indirect fashion, although in certain cases they are also given directly. Stories are one of the tools of covert hypnosis which can be effectively used to convey your actual message across and help remember it with much more probability."

"The initial step in covert hypnosis though is to build a rapport with the listener. It is easy to do it with friends and family but also not that difficult to do it with strangers. All you have to do is use some compliment on them or laugh at their jokes to build a comfort level with your unknown listener. It is not necessary that you go too deep into building a connection with your listener."

Building Rapport

"The next step after building a rapport with the person to be hypnotized you have to try and switch off the listener’s critical mind. It is nothing but diverting the listener’s mind from its normal thinking state to an imaginary thinking state. You can always start by using some scenarios and asking them questions like “What if…” or “Imagine this…” This immediately shuts off their critical mind and lets their imagination dominate their thought process."

"After successfully taking the listener off his/her critical mindset you may now make your irresistible commands and describe the things you want him/her to do. The effectiveness of this method depends on a lot of things that you put in to it. It depends on the way you transform their mind from critical thinking to imagination and the kind of statements you make to convince them well enough to perform the task you give them."

Covert Hypnosis Is Easy

I used to be skeptical about the covert hypnosis techniques but I've actually used it myself many times and now I can honestly say there  are effective covert hypnosis techniques anyone can learn to use in any situation.

 


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    Conversational Hypnosis Breaks Through Mental Barriers

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    Conversational hypnosis breaks through mental barriers by overcoming a persons "BS detector" or by grabbing their attention so completely that their focus remains on the source of their attention. Kevin Hogan, expert hypnotist demonstrates this effective technique in the article below with his story about the cover of Cosmo in the airport.

    Is This Conversational Hypnosis?

    "Seduction can be defined in one of three ways. Seduction can be used to lead someone astray from their principles, much like Darth Vader attempted to do to young Luke Skywalker in Star Wars. I'm not too big on revealing secrets on how to win converts to the dark side...."

    "Seduction can also refer to inducing or tempting someone to have sex, much like Delilah did to Samson in The Bible. This area of seduction is certainly more interesting and playful than leading someone astray from their core values...but still not really where my core interest lies."

    "No, the seduction I refer to in The Art of Hypnotic Seduction is the inducement and enticement to win over someone to your side...or to your point of view. But what about the "hypnotic" part?"

    "Hypnosis can be defined as a "narrowing focus of attention" or "resonating with the anti-suggestive barrier of the mind." In the first case, a narrowing focus of attention, I think of walking through the airport today and seeing Carmen (Electra) on the cover of Stuff magazine."

    "I walked into Simply Books to find the August issue of Cosmo (they interviewed me for this months issue) but my mind totally spaced the world out as my mind was captured by Carmen on the cover of Stuff. (Carmen stars on a TV show called Living Large...something I've never seen or heard of but I will check it out...) I was literally hypnotized by the cover of Stuff magazine. Who was on Time? Newsweek? Good Housekeeping? Sports Illustrated? Business Week? Yahoo? Money? ...I have no clue."

    "No one who walked into Simply Books did. It was just you and Carmen right there at the check out counter. I walked over to Carmen and picked her up. There was a little "tag" above her shoulder on the right side of the magazine that said, "Unfold for More". So, I did, opening the magazine to see a Carmen with even fewer square inches of garment on than the cover boasted. In the upper right hand corner it said, "Stop staring and buy the magazine." 

    "It was absolutely brilliant. I almost took it to the checkout counter when I remembered that I subscribed and I thought it would be nice to have it in the mailbox today. That's the hypnotic power of magazine cover...not a real, living, breathing...person... That's hypnosis."

    "Hypnosis is all about narrowing another person or group of people's attention to where what you are saying is the only thing they are paying attention to and then when you give the suggestion to "stop staring and buy the magazine," they do so."

    Breaking Through the Barrier

    "Hypnosis is also about resonating with the antisuggestive barrier of the mind. Each person has a metaphorical "mechanism in the mind" that "protects" the mind from all that might be bad for them. My antisuggestive barrier instantly filters out telemarketers, stock brokers, television preachers, anyone who knocks on my front door, and hundreds of other stimuli."

    "In other words, there is a "wall" in my mind that is very tall...a "BS detector" that goes off like a fog horn when I see, feel or hear anything that my BS detector has coded as EVIL. (The BS detector of course is often wrong...it's just a detector like the ones at the airport. It's a warning device that there MIGHT be something wrong here...but certainly not always."

    "If you can make it past my BS detector without setting it off, you will have my full attention and it will not likely be diverted anywhere else.) That's hypnosis, too. When the BS detector says, "I like this guy," I might just filter out the rest of the world and you will have my complete and undivided attention."

    Conversational Hypnosis Breaks Through Mental Barriers!

    There is no doubt that conversational hypnosis works by breaking through mental barriers. We all use our brain to automatically filter out what we don't care about or are not interested in. When conversational hypnosis is used correctly it bypasses that filter and gets the person to focus on whatever you want them to.

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      Covert Hypnosis Uses Anchoring to Achieve Results

      Covert hypnosis uses anchoring to achieve results and in this video Steve G Jones a clinical hypnotherapist demonstrates a quick technique for anchoring. Anchoring is a common technique for getting someone to believe something about you just by using a word and touching your chest. This sounds a little sneaky but really it is useful for business and personal situations when it is important to get your point across and to make the other person or people instantly relate to you. Covert hypnosis uses anchoring to achieve results that could otherwise take a long time.

      Covert Hypnosis and Anchoring

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      Covert Hypnosis Is Simple

      I liked this video because the technique is simple to learn and you can start using it right away. Covert hypnosis uses anchoring to achieve results in your personal and business life. Learn the technique and start getting what you want.


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        Scientific Research Supports Conversational Hypnosis

        Many people do not know that scientific research supports conversational hypnosis. Why is that? Because most people still believe hypnosis is what happens during a Las Vegas stage act. They are uninformed about the wonderful benefits of conversational hypnosis and hypnosis in general. Many patients have experienced dramatic positive changes. The article below on conversational hypnosis was published on the International Converstional Hypnosis Society blog and there we found plenty of great information. We want to bring these techniques out in the open and educate others that scientific research supports conversational hypnosis. 

        Conversational hypnosis is supported by years of scientific research

        The Ability to Utilize Conversational Hypnosis Therapy

        "While there are plenty of methods in which to learn conversational hypnosis therapy it is important to start from the very beginning. Milton Erickson was one of the first founders of hypnosis induction. While conversational hypnosis therapy is a branch of a larger hypnotic school and is not under the command or control of one researcher or physician it is important to remember that it was Dr. Milton Erickson who cleared the way for the benefits and fruits of his labors that many researchers and institutions are experiencing throughout the world presently. Without the insight and the forward thinking of Dr. Erickson hypnosis induction could have been missed and an entire science of revolutionary therapeutic psychology and psychotherapy could have been skipped over."

        Great West of the United States Hotbed for Conversational Hypnosis Therapy

        "With the necessary homage paid to Dr. Erickson complete it is now time to understand what rapid hypnosis induction is all about. The ability to hypnotize somebody through induced methods such as a light thumb-nail scratching on the wrist or a series of words based on chaos has been an amazing concept since the early 1940’s."

        "From dark and hidden from the public and most of the time unsympathetic eyes of the citizens of the Great West of the United States all the way to secretive and clandestine labs in the southwest of France, individuals and researchers have been amazed at what they have been finding in the world of conversational hypnosis therapy."

        Gold Watch as Hypnosis Induction

        "Hypnosis therapy is concerned with the discipline of therapeutically assessing patients or individuals with their mental or physical problems through hypnotic suggestion. Does this mean that every individual patient has to be stretched out on a couch and a gold watch pendulum-like swinging to and fro in order to induce one into a trance-like meditation? That’s pretty close and a very good example of how people do get into a trance with TRADITIONAL hypnosis, but is not the only way."

        "Object-focusing is still one of the most-preferred methods of inducing a trance into the world of hypnosis but the main factor for new-aged conversational hypnosis therapy has to do with creating chaotic mediation. That’s what’s so bloody-interesting about conversational hypnosis as there are so many vehicles in which two induce a trance-like state it is hard to mention even just a few of them!"

        The fact that hypnosis is used in psychotherapy should tell you that what some think of as a stage act is something completely different. It also indicates that hypnosis needs to be used carefully and responsibly. It is not some game for untrained individuals to "try". If you are interested in learning these techniques that have the potential to change a persons life, look for programs that stress responsibility and have a reputation for excellence because even though scientific research supports conversational hypnosis there are many fakes out there who will just take your money and teach you nothing.


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          Conversational Hypnosis and Public Speaking Techniques

          For anyone who is involved in public speaking, conversational hypnosis and public speaking techniques are useful and effective tools. The article below written by Jennifer VanBaren (coversational hypnosis), appearing on the ehow.com site suggests several easy ways to incorporate conversational hypnosis and public speaking techniques into your persuasive speeches.  Conversational hypnosis naturally fits easily into your everyday vocabulary once you become practiced with it.

          Conversational Hypnosis and Public Speaking

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          "Persuasive speaking is a technique people use that is aimed at convincing or influencing the speaker’s audience. People who give persuasive speeches often embrace an idea, an attitude or an opinion about a topic and write their speeches in a way that causes the audience to react to it. Persuasive speaking has several key characteristics that set it apart from other types of speaking."

           
          1. Audience Focus

            • "Persuasive speaking is always done in a way that focuses directly on the audience. The writer of a persuasive speech concentrates each point of the speech directly on influencing the audience to think a specific way. According to Austin Community College, persuasive speaking is a way of manipulating the listeners' thinking."

               

               

               

               

            Pronouns

            • "Persuasive speaking primarily uses first and second person pronouns. This includes using “I,” “we,” “you” and “your.” By using these types of pronouns, the speaker refers directly to himself with the words he speaks and also talks straight to his audience by calling them “you.”

               

               

               

               

            Clear Claim

            • "A persuasive speech should present a clear and direct claim to let the audience know exactly what the speaker’s point of view is. A persuasive speech never gives the audience a chance to choose an opinion of the subject, but instead the speaker tries to offer only one position about the topic. 

              "When writing a persuasive speech, never deviate from your claim or stance on the subject. To convince the audience of your perspective, it is important to offer at least three support points. These points are strong pieces of evidence that prove your position is the best position to take."

               

               

               

               

            Appeal

          "Writers of persuasive speeches use various types of appeal to convince the audience. Ethos is a type of appeal where the speaker is qualified to speak about the subject. Ethos causes the audience to believe the speaker is an authority on the subject; it is obtained through the speaker’s qualifications, experience and knowledge." 

          "Pathos is another type of appeal a speaker often uses. Pathos works by appealing to the audience's emotions. To use this type of appeal, use illustrations, parables and stories with moral values. Logos is a different type of appeal that uses facts and figures to support the speaker's position."

          Empower Your Speech With Conversational Hypnosis

          Everyone can identify a good speaker when they hear one, the message and impact of the speech is clear, and memorable and the listener feels good and has learned something valuable. Conversational hypnosis and public speaking techniques really do work and the proof will be when you start getting more feedback and better results from your speaking engagements.  Conversational hypnosis might just be the edge you need to get a leg up on your competition.


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