Covert Hypnosis – Learning and Using a Person’s Predominant Representation System

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However, once you start learning it, you see that the techniques and patterns behind the complex terms are logical and not so difficult to understand. This is true for representation systems as well.

What are these systems? These are the systems we use to view and understand the world around us. In turn, each and every person has a different perception of everything around him.

There are three main representation systems that we use. These are visual (what we see), auditory (what we hear) and kinesthetic (what we feel physically). We use all of them at the same time, but in most people, one of them is predominant.

You need to learn which system the person you want to influence is using so that you can apply covert hypnosis to him. You can use a person’s representation system to build rapport with him and to make your hypnotic influence on him more powerful.

The representation system that the person is using predominantly can be pinpointed with careful observation. You have to study the person’s speech to get the information you need.

We use phrases and words that describe how we perceive things all the time. Phrases, such as, “I see”, “what I hear” and “I have the feeling that” all show the use of one of the three different perceptions.

In order to build rapport, you can use similar phrases that correspond to the respective representation system. Good examples include, “let me show you”, “listen to what I’m saying” and “I’ll touch on this matter.”

You can use the exact same phrases when the person is in trance to open his subconscious mind to your covert hypnosis suggestions.

Now you know the most important things about another effective covert hypnosis technique. Keep learning more with my article Covert Hypnosis – 4 Tips for Successfully Hypnotizing Anyone.

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