What Kind of People Can I Learn to Hypnotise? Part 2

We looked in the first part of this article at 4 different types of people who might make good hypnosis subjects for you. Here we will look at 3 more factors which can influence how easy it is to hypnotise a person.

5. Someone who is concentrated on the situation. This basically just means someone who is focussed on following your prompts and who doesn’t let their attention wander to other things. Carrying out the hypnosis in a place free of too many distractions is the best bet for helping them concentrate.

6. A person who is relaxed. Someone who is tense and uptight can be difficult to hypnotise. Getting them to relax and open up is one of the greatest skills that a hypnotist needs to learn. Spending sufficient time putting your subject at ease is an essential part of the whole process and should never be skipped.

7. Someone who puts their complete trust in you. We all know that letting someone hypnotise you means putting a great deal of faith in them not doing you any harm while you are under their spell. Some subjects have more trouble in setting aside their worries and letting the hypnotist do their job than others. This is the reason why a lot of hypnosis attempts fail, particularly when it is beginners who are trying it out for the first or second time. The person being hypnotised has to be feel complete trust in what the hypnotist is going to do, and this goes back in part to the previous point about getting them relaxed. A professional and open approach should help your subjects believe in you.

In general, it is believed that up to 90% of people can be classed as hypnotisable, and learning the right techniques and being confident when using them can often be the key in making sure that the person responds to your prompts.

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