How to Learn Covert Hypnosis

Covert hypnosis is when you hypnotize someone without them being aware of it; in other words you subtly manipulate their way of thinking at that time. In the wrong hands, covert hypnosis can be used to immoral ends, so only use this form of hypnosis ethically and for good intent. For example, it is sometimes used by therapists at the start of a consultation to quickly build rapport and trust, so that they can better help the person. The person never realizes that they have been hypnotized, but they feel that they can trust and open up to the therapist.

Covert hypnosis is very different from traditional hypnosis, where the person knows that they are going to be hypnotized and the hypnosis process usually takes some time and often utilizes a form of script or repeated phrases. On the other hand, covert hypnosis is very quick and is based on words and short phrases blended into a normal, ‘everyday’ conversation. A person trained in covert hypnosis can do this while talking to you about the weather or while asking you for directions!

Learning covert hypnosis involves mainly being able to structure a conversation in a certain way, pacing the conversation so that you say the right word at the right time, and mastering your body language so that you are able to transmit signals and commands without even talking. These may seem strange to you at first, but actually the way your posture is, how you move your hands, how you tilt your head etc… has a powerful impact on how the person you are communicating with feels and in turn, thinks. Many people find that once they understand the basics, they can learn covert hypnosis very quickly.

Have you ever met a salesperson who impressed you on how convincing they were and how compelled they made you feel to buy their product? If so, you may have experienced covert hypnosis. A popular covert hypnosis technique which salespersons like to use is to ask you a series of neutral questions which you will naturally answer ‘yes’ (e.g. would you like to save money?; would you like to make your life easier?; would you like to feel more energized?; etc…). After a series of ‘yes’ responses (especially if they are in quick succession), you are more likely to answer ‘yes’ to subsequent questions, even if otherwise you would have said ‘no’. Indeed, this is a tactic that is also frequently used by policemen and lawyers when interrogating suspects. Another classic example of covert hypnosis is the use of embedded commands spoken at the right time – for example, if you are trying to get someone to sign an agreement, you could be talking about how you just started playing tennis (“I always wanted to DO IT”) and say “DO IT” exactly when you hand them the pen for them to sign.

Although these techniques might seem unnatural to you and you may think that they are hard to do, when you start learning covert hypnosis, you will soon start finding yourself using the techniques without even thinking about it. It almost becomes second nature!

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