How to Hypnotize Someone – Using Different Cause and Effect Patterns

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We actually use these in everyday communication, but when their use becomes intentional, they become powerful weapons for making people do what you want.

All this is applicable to the so called cause and effect patterns. They are all particularly influential. The really great thing is that they can be used for all sorts of different purposes during the hypnotic process.

You can use a cause and effect pattern to show the person that he actually has inner motivation to do what you want. For instance, you can say, “You here talking to me which means you are ready to do X.”

You can use this very same pattern for showing the benefits of doing what you want as well. Using the above example, you can say, “You here talking to me which means you want to get benefit Y.” You can see how you make the person believe that he really wants benefit Y.

Those who know how to hypnotize someone use cause and effect patterns for making embedded commands as well. You can use something like, “Now that you have realized all the benefits from doing X, you are ready to do it.”

Notice how presupposition is used only subtly in this pattern. You can use it more directly and the effect will be equally powerful or perhaps even more powerful. You can say to the person, “Having done X means you will enjoy benefits Y and Z.”

If you want to be like those who know how to hypnotize someone, you may want to include a flattering element in all of the cause and effect language patterns that you are using.

Using one of the above examples, you can say, “As an intelligent person, you have realized all the benefits from doing X and you are ready to do it.”

Now you know how to hypnotize someone using cause and effect patterns. Keep learning more with my article How To Hypnotize Someone-The Many Different Hypnotic Techniques.

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