If you’re interested in learning covert hypnosis, you’re not alone. Salespeople, therapists, seducers, and people who are just interested in learning some new party tricks have been studying the techniques of covert hypnosis for years.
However, before we get into the nuts and bolts of what covert hypnosis really is, let’s first talk about what it isn’t.
When I was a kid, I wanted to learn hypnosis (I had no idea of the difference between direct and indirect, or covert hypnosis) so I could make people do things.
If this is what you have in mind, it’s not going to happen.
Well, despite being completely unethical, immoral, and evil, it’s also not possible. Contrary to what they show in the movies, or even stage hypnosis shows, that’s not the way it really works on a one-to-one basis.
In order to effectively use covert hypnosis, getting the other person to participate is essential. However, they are participating in what they think is a regular, run of the mill conversation, while you are using the deeply powerful techniques of covert hypnosis to persuade and influence them.
Let’s dispel another myth about. Because using covert hypnosis requires their participation, it has to be tailored specifically for them.
The language patterns in covert hypnosis can’t really be memorized, and then spit out the same way with every single person.
They are very powerful, but they are very flexible as well. Imagine a highly trained boxer. Every different opponent has a different set of skills, so when our highly trained boxer meets any particular opponent, he’ll have to reach into his bag of tricks to use the best tools to defeat that particular opponent.
If he thought all he needed to do was to memorize a bunch of “moves,” that he could use each and every time, he would get creamed.
The techniques of covert hypnosis are the same way. Only you’re not “fighting” against your opponent, or conversation partner.
You carefully eliciting the things they like, their criteria, the things that make them feel good, and then you’re using the language patterns within covert hypnosis to attach what they want to do, with what you’d like them to do.
If you’re selling something, then you attach their “good feelings” to your product.
If you are a therapist, you use their goals and objectives to help them navigate their own internal obstacles so they can more easily achieve.
If you are talking to a cute guy or girl, you’re taking their good feelings, and attaching them to you.
Techniques Of Covert Hypnosis
The matters than make up covert hypnosis are not long, in fact they are very short. They are easy to remember, and easy to use. Think of each one of them like a particular boxing move, or even a couple of notes on an instrument.
There’s about fifty of them, so when you really learn well enough to pretty deliver them on the fly, you will literally have millions of different combinations of language patterns at you’re disposal.
Covert Hypnosis Examples
Here’s an example of a few of them of them.
- One is the, “I’m not going to tell you…” pattern.
- Another is the “cause…effect” pattern.
- The final one is the “embedded command” pattern.
I’ll describe each one briefly, and then we’ll look at some examples.
I’m Not Going To Tell You
Whenever you say “I’m not going to tell you…,” whatever comes next is not really looked at with very much resistance, since you just said you weren’t going to tell them that. (Even though you just did).
The “cause and effect” pattern is powerful because our minds tend to believe things much more readily when they are put in this pattern. Many scientists feel our brains are hard wired to see “cause-effect” relationships in our environment, even when none exist.
The final one, embedded commands, is particularly powerful. It involves taking the command form of a very, and “hiding it” in a much larger sentence.
So like a command would be, “eat more chicken,” and the larger sentence would be, “People who decide to eat more chicken find that it’s easier to wake up early in the morning.”
Only when you say the, “eat more chicken” part, you kind of pause before and after, and say it like an actual command you are giving to a child.
Putting It Together
Let’s put these three together in a simple example. Let’s say you’re presenting a product to a person. You’ve talked to them for a while, and you have some ideas of what they want.
If you had a magic wand, you’d wave it over their eyes and say, “Buy this product!”
But you don’t have a magic wand. You DO have the next best thing. So you say something like this:
(embedded commands or suggestions are in bold)
Now, this is just one simple example. Remember, memorizing entire paragraphs is not a good option. But learning all the various components, and then practicing putting them together with real people, will give you incredible powers of persuasion.
You’ll be able to talk to anybody, anywhere, any time, and use the powerful tools within covert hypnosis to attach their naturally occurring good feelings to your ideas and suggestions.
I’ve just put together an entire course on street hypnosis. The type of hypnosis that allows you to walk up to anybody, anywhere, anytime and jump right into their brain and have a lot of fun.
Covert Hypnosis is used when you have a specific intention. It’s very useful in sales, when you elicit their criteria, and then leverage it to your product. Or when you are talking to a girl you like, and you want to accelerate the natural process of attraction. Covert Hypnosis was originally created to help people get over problems. It was used when the patient wanted to get something, but they had some objections to getting it.
Similarly, in sales, the customer wants the product (or else they wouldn’t be talking to a salesperson) but they’ve got a few objections. Even seduction, most people want to meet somebody they are emotionally and sexually compatible with. All of these share the same structure. Of having an intention, conscious as in therapy or sales, but unconscious in seduction, but having some internal objections which are keeping them from getting it. For these, Covert Hypnosis is perfect. However, there is a much sneakier application of covert hypnosis. Street hypnosis. This requires you know nothing your targets wants and needs.
All it requires is that you know the structure of human thought, and the corresponding structure of human language. This “Street Hypnosis” will allow you to walk up to complete strangers and get them thinking all kinds of crazy things, in a matter of seconds.
It’s the ultimate party trick!
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