How to Hypnotize Someone – How to Use Past, Present and Future Events

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The reality is that looking into the past of a person and showing him the future are essential aspects of covert hypnosis.

Let’s look at the past firs. It is full of good and bad memories, but we are usually willing and making effort to forget bad things or at least to diminish their important.

This is great for those who want to learn how to hypnotize someone. You can readily happy memories to your advantage. One of the simplest techniques is to ask, “When have you felt happiest/most relaxed/most confident?”

Anchors, in general, come from the past as well. We have built associations that we can link to different emotions.

For instance, the picture of a pristine beach makes a person feel relaxed because of a beach holiday he has had. All you have to do is make him imagine a beach to elicit the respective mood.

The present is what the person you want to hypnotize feels now and does now. As you can see, you can change his emotions as well as his actions using techniques that elicit past emotions and mind states.

One important thing you need to know, if you want to learn how to hypnotize, is that the hypnotist has to speak in present tense when making hypnotic suggestions. It is best for you to use present tense thought the description of the benefits the person will get from doing what you want.

You can use future tense, if it makes more sense, but you have to use all persuasive techniques effectively. In general, the future tense is used when you want to show a revolving benefit. For instance, a salesperson can say, “You will make more and more money every year using our product.”

Now you know how to hypnotize someone using past, present and future. Keep learning more with my article How to Hypnotize Someone – An Overview of the Process.

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