Conversational Hypnosis – Shifting the Conversation

Conversational hypnosis can be described as a dialogue with questions and answers.

Despite the common misconception, the hypnotist does not take the subject into a sleep-like state, in which the subject cannot do anything.

Your goal in conversational hypnosis is to use words and non-verbal forms of communication to influence your subject. In order to do this, you have to be able to shift the conversation into the direction you desire.

Remember that the subject will ask questions and disagree with you, at least until you get him into a state of trance. For this reason, you have to be able to point him to the topic you desire.

This is best done by diminishing the importance of the question the person has asked. At the same time, you have to give him something new to think about.

For instance, let’s say that you are a sales person and the prospect customer is asking you why your product is so expensive. You can readily say, something like, “The question is not in the price. This product has these benefits (mention them) and will save you as much as (x dollars).”

With the first sentence you acknowledge the question and rejection of the prospect. With the second sentence you are focusing his mind in the direction that you like.

Of course, when using this conversational hypnosis technique, you have to have a proper tone of voice and intonation. You have to highlight the benefits of the product and the word “save” as well as the sum.

Conversational hypnosis is generally about getting the person to think of and imagine what you want him. Form then on, you can make your suggestions.

You have just learnt a helpful conversational hypnosis technique. Master it and you will only benefit from it. Now is the perfect time to expand your knowledge even further with my article Conversational Hypnosis-Do You Want The Power?

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