Beyond Motivation: Using Hypnosis For Winning and Getting What You Want

 

We live in a very competitive world each and every day men and women all over the globe engage in many and varied fields of endeavor.

Lets face it we all want something but sometimes for some mysterious reason in spite of that desire....

We just can't seem to make it out of the gate, or worse and more commonly...

We start a project or new venture or idea only to lose our drive the further along we get.

So of course, this being a hypnosis blog. The Next Question Naturally Is...

Can hypnosis really help us build and keep our motivation.

The answer is a resounding yes.

Using the power of hypnosis we can build maintain and continue to increase your motivation to achieve what ever you want to.

And the best part is ...

There are many many ways we can begin using hypnosis to motivate ourselves and others quickly.

When we use hypnosis for self motivation the fastest and most common way is through what famous hypnotist Dick Sutphen likes to
call a mental movie.

To use the mental movie method we first need to several important pre-conditions in your mind.

A. Relaxation

B. Concentration

C. Focus

D. Absorption.

Now the real truth is we only need two of these elements to pretty much get any change we want but for now and
especially if you are new to hypnosis.

  • The fastest way to relax the body and focus the mind is through our breathing.
  • use a steady inhalation and exhalation.
  • Inhale in through your nose, out through your mouth in a smooth continuous and comfortable cycle. There are many breathing patterns you could use. Select the one that is most comfortable for you.
  • Allow your mind to gently focus on the rhythm of your breath.
  • As you continue to breath move your awareness to your eyes and specifically your eye lids.
  • Focus your attention on the tiny muscles in your eyelids.
  • and relax the to the point where they are so relaxed that you couldn't actually open them without putting more tension back into them.
  • once you know you have them that relaxed systematically spread that relaxation from the top of your head to the tips of your toes.

In my system of hypnosis we call this the fast relax and it works great for getting people into a really deep state of hypnosis very quickly.

Once you have a nice full state of relaxation going; begin to think about what you want to achieve. Begin to imagine what it is like to actually have it.

Make a mental movie where you can see yourself winning your goal over and over again. Generate as much emotional energy as you can.

Become fully absorbed in the experience.

Absorption is the key to making mental movies work powerfully.

If you are not completely engaged in the event, then your unconscious mind is not fully engaged either and therefore
the messages you are trying to send it tend to meet more resistance..

Once you have absorption the step is to simply replay the mental movie over and over again until you know deep inside
that you've got it.

There is usually a very tangible noticeable shift when you hit the right number of repetitions that locks a suggestion
in to your unconscious mind.

In NLP we call this a "Convincer Strategy" and while an NLP practitioner would go to great lengths to "elicit"
a persons convincer strategy.

its not actually necessary when using hypnosis.  All you really have to do is keep repeating the movie over an over again with
full engagement until YOU KNOW You've Got it.

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The Mental movie technique is a great way to hypnotize yourself to become more motivated.

And while it can often also be used as part of a hypnotic process you can run with someone else. I find that there are actually better
and often more effective ways to motivate people using hypnosis.

Time Does Not Allow Me To Go Deeply into The Conversational Hypnosis Ways to increase motivation but I will briefly describe some of them
that we teach in both STEALTH Hypnosis, Killer Influence and Real World Hypnosis.

Conversational Hypnosis Method One - Emotional Hotbuttons

In NLP Terms We would call this criteria and values elicitation however, if you have little to no background in NLP. Those terms
may leave you at a loss.

So here is the brief understanding of Emotional Hotbuttons in a nutshell.

Everyone carries within them a personal "CheckList" of what is right and wrong for them. Each entry on the check list has two parts.

A.Label
B. A check list that lets the person know when something matches or does
not match the label.

Every time the person encounters a person, event or set of circumstances that is a match  to that checklist...

We feel a strong emotional desire for it.

We, in essence, become more motivated to obtain the object or experience that matches the
check list. Because that Object or focus of desire has Intense Emotional Value To Us.

Does that make sense?

For Example,

If someone tells you they want more money and you ask them what is important about having more money.

They might say " I want more money so I can pay my bills, so I can keep a roof over my head and my childrens head and I'll know I'll never have
to worry about losing my home or having my stuff taken away.

now, without going too far into this process, we now know that the word money for this person means being able to pay bills, keeping a roof over
their head, and over their children's head,never having to worry about losing his home or having his stuff taken away.

As you can plainly see these are all "safety"or  security oriented answers.

and are "Extremely Powerful" when dealing with and motivating the person you gave them to you.

The secret here is that if you wanted to motivate this person to take action on making more money. All you would have to do is speak to them
about how doing what you want or suggest will get them more money, so they can experience each of the things they described to you.

I'm painting very broad strokes because this technique is much better learned visually and auditorally and is covered much more indepth in our bonus video.
Emotional Hotbuttons Included in our STEALTH Hypnosis: Instant Conversational Hypnosis Crash Course.

Another great technique for hypnotically motivating people to want to do things they say they don't want to do is The "Criteria Lock" Technique we teach in
Killer Influence and Renegade Hypnosis.

The criteria lock is a method for completely bypassing "Resistance" To suggestion and causing people to actually want to do things they didn't want to do previously.

It works by first finding out exactly what possible emotional reason a person may have for wanting to do something they say they don't want to do, Then using a
very specific Formula which literally takes less than a minute, is completely covert and conversational but automatically reorients their thinking and causes
them to begin wanting to take the action they previously refused to do.

Its an amazing tactic and one I love teaching people but you do need some fundamental conversational hypnosis skills such as those we teach in STEALTH
to really make it cook.

There is also another aspect of motivation that almost no one ever talks about and you might have noticed me mentioning it a few times.

Its called Resistance. In future articles I'll discuss some very specific and powerful methods for literally bypassing any and all resistance to your hypnotic
persuasion skills.

They are called Omega Strategies and once you understand them you'll never have a hard time hypnotizing anyone again.

Nobody in the hypnosis world teaches Omega Strategies and yet they can dramatically increase the motivation of anyone when used properly.

That's it for today.

Please Post Your Comments and By All Means Ask Questions and Like Us To AS Many of Your Amigos as you can.

Talk soon.

Trance The World and Take Names.

David V.

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    I think NLP is fabulous.

    It's brilliant….

    NLP… It's just wrong.

    And it's not wrong in that the techniques don't work.

    It's wrong in the sense that the vast majority of people who learn it can't use it.

    Does anybody have any experience in trying to use an NLP style technique out in the real world that didn't work?

    Or it all of a sudden...Or it worked really well in the seminar room  and was kind of cumbersome using it out in the real world?

    Okay.

    One of the things that I have done a tremendous amount of work in is “How do I make this stuff (NLP,Covert Hypnosis and Conversational Hypnosis) work for me?” and “Who are the people that are actually out there doing it and making the stuff work?”

    One of the things that happened; and you have to understand that this goes all the way back to how NLP was actually created), NLP was created from models, right?

    Models of Who? Milton Erickson, Virginia Satir, Fritz Perls and each of them had their own style. Right?

    Their own system.

    Make sense?

    Now, those models actually encompassed the  techniques they used right along with the beliefs that they needed in order them work.

    How many times does NLP teach you the beliefs you need to make this stuff work?

    Do they ever teach you the beliefs you need to make this stuff work?

    How much?

    How many times does NLP teach you the things you need to make this stuff work?

    Do they ever teach you the beliefs you need to make this stuff work?

    People Will Say, Well NLP has Presuppositions… right?

    Presuppositions are a the concepts in which NLP is based. Right? they are assumptions NLP makes about the way the mind actually works.

    But What about the beliefs, the mindset, the frame to go out, and actually have the cajones to use it, first of all.

    And the understanding of how to create the frame the makes people want do what your telling them to do.

    Anybody here to use ever use an NLP technique without creating a frame around it or anybody here know what a meta-frame is?

    For those of you who are watching this at home, or are new to nlp,  a meta-frame is the overall meaning of the interaction.

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    [In Your NLP Training] how much work did they give you... What states did they teach you to go into in order to deliver your NLP techniques?

    Mark. Did they teach you any?

    Mark: No.

    I doubt that it's relevant, but in my case (unclear) use it in the foundation. I find that perfect frame to make it work

    Absolutely. Absolutely, because within that frame it works. K. Your passion is hypnosis and hypnotherapy and I'm cool with that.

    But, how many people are frustrated because they go to an NLP class to learn how to do sales with NLP and they learn therapy?

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    That’s right, Therapy. who are, who are the people they [Bandler and Grinder] modeled?

    They modeled therapists.

    So, while NLP is extremely brilliant in that aspect, there are some things we need to kind of shift.

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      Covert Persuasion and Advertising

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      Transfer customarily considers a product or service - say, sports betting, the carbon tax, toothpaste or bottled water - and examines the advertising strategy surrounding it. Planet will escalate that conversation.

      The Gruen Transfer is one of the more remarkable television success stories of recent times. Now comfortably the ABC's highest-rating program (last week's penultimate episode averaged 1.4 million, not including iView viewers), it has unequivocally influenced the way we perceive advertising and the tools companies use to persuade us to buy."

      "Deftly hosted by comedian Wil Anderson, Transfer leans on permanent, slightly combative panellists Russel Howcroft and Todd Sampson, and features a rotating roster of agency guests. Howcroft, head of the agency George Patterson Y&R, is a seasoned media performer, having appeared regularly on radio for a decade. And the laconic, Canadian-born Sampson, chief executive of the agency Leo Burnett, has become a star."

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      "Denton pitched Gruen to Anderson as a show that gave people the skills to understand the advertising industry, as Frontline did for current affairs shows. ''I thought it was a good idea,'' Anderson says. ''But then I thought, 'A show about ads on the ABC … already weird. And with advertising executives … hmmm. Maybe it would get a Q&A-type audience.'''

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      "Anderson, Howcroft and Sampson have become a formidable trio. When it was decided to expand Gruen last year for four episodes centred on the federal election, the ad execs stayed. Casimir says politics has become a subset of advertising. ''We no longer have a political scene, just a system relating to advertising - whether staying on message or controlling branding and positioning. We don't have government any more, it's simply 365 days of electioneering.''

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      Theage.com reporting (covert persuasion on the shows main characters and potential subject matter. We wish Gruen Planet the best of luck with their new show and we hope to hear more about how covert persuasion is used in politics and advertising.

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        "He said trial is a process — starting with jury selection, then making an opening statement to summarize the case, presenting witnesses and physical evidence, and concluding with a closing argument to explain why jurors should find the defendant guilty."

        “You don’t win or lose a case in the closing argument,” Imes said. Whether it’s a speech or a trial, “it’s how you build a persuasive case as a whole,” he said.

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        “There are things that are important and there are things that are not,” Imes said. “Where our oratory skills become important is how we weave these ingredients together. To effectively communicate ideas, Imes suggests a few things."

        "He said humor makes audiences receptive to what he says. Although he doesn’t tell jokes to jurors during a murder trial, he focuses on making them smile in jury selection."

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        "Imes also encourages people to use metaphors and analogies in presentations. To explain the idea of circumstantial evidence to his jury, Imes tells the following story: You find an open jar with the last cookie gone. You look around and find your two kids, one with crumbs on the face."

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        I hope this article on persausion demonstrates how covert hypnosis and persuasion techniques can be useful in your own life, even if you are not a fancy attorney. You can begin learning covert hypnosis and persuasion today and just like attorneys, use the art of persuasion all the time. 

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