How to Hypnotize – Using Responsibility

If you are serious about learning how to hypnotize, you already know that in covert hypnosis the practitioner uses the other person’s mind to his advantage.

I’ll be even more precise, those who know how to hypnotize use the emotions, beliefs and values of others. The hypnotist uses these factors to make the subject do willingly the things that the hypnotist wants.

One of the values that are easy to play with is responsibility. We all have responsibilities at work and in our family life. More importantly, we have responsibilities to people.

This is what you have to exploit, if you want to learn how to hypnotize successfully. By highlighting the responsibility of the subject, you will make him more susceptible to your suggestions. In turn, he will be more likely to accept your embedded commands.

How do you highlight a responsibility? You can use a number of effective hypnotic language patterns here.

On many occasions, I prefer to play with expectations. You can readily say to the subject that someone who the subject has responsibilities to expects him to do something.

For example, if you want to hypnotize a colleague to do a task for you, you can readily say, “The boss expects you to be more devoted to the work and more hard-working.”

This will automatically make your coworker imagine the benefits of working harder and showing more dedication to his work. In turn, you will have the field open to making the hypnotic command.

As you can see, in the example above I don’t use the word responsibility, because it is too strong for the occasion. However, I imply it with what I say.

You really have to work with the subtle emotions, if you want to learn how to hypnotize successfully.

Now you know a little bit more on how to hypnotize. Keep your knowledge and skill growing with my article How to Hypnotize-The Power To Control Anyone.

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