Covert Hypnosis – How to Make Embedded Commands More Covert

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Many people who are just starting to learn covert hypnosis believe that making an embedded command is the easiest thing you need to do during the hypnotic process. This is not the case. That is why you should focus on improving the embedded commands you use and on making them more covert.

There are many different ways, in which you can make embedded commands less recognizable for the subconscious mind.

One effective method is to use the pattern, “I know you must be thinking”. It is particularly useful because it does contain speculation that allows it to pass the subconscious mind.

At the same time, it is easy to reach and influence the subconscious mind because you are virtually telling the person what to think. Using the pattern in an example, you can say, “I know you must be thinking “I want to buy this product”.”

Another pattern is “the more, the more”. It is particularly useful when you are using pacing and leading for the purposes of covert hypnosis. In fact, it is best used with immediate pacing.

For instance, you can say, “The more you read, the more you realize you need to learn covert hypnosis.” This pattern is covert and effective because you are actually using the person’s immediate experience and logic that makes sense.

Questions are perhaps the best language forms used for making embedded commands. This is because a question will never be accepted as a command by the critical mind, but only by the subconscious mind.

It is best for you to use open ended questions with presuppositions for making embedded commands. Tag questions are effective as well, but you have to make sure that you use them with the appropriate tone of voice.

Now you know how to use embedded commands for covert hypnosis more covertly. Keep learning more with my article Covert Hypnosis: Learning Simple Techniques.

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