Conversational Hypnosis – How to Use Complex Patterns Correctly

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These patterns are based on standard techniques such as pacing and leading, presupposition and linguistic binding. Instead of using simple sentences, however, the hypnotist puts many words in them and makes them confusing.

You can readily use such patterns provided that you actually develop them on the basis of the above mentioned techniques. However, you have to be extremely careful with their use in order to get the results you are looking for.

Firstly, complex patterns are not easy to come up with, especially if you are not familiar with the subject of the conversation. That is why you may want to write them down in advance so that you have a plan of what you will actually say, when you are applying conversational hypnosis.

Another possible issue is that the person you are trying to hypnotize may actually fail to understand what you are telling him. You have to make at least the benefit or embedded command stand out. If the person just hears words that do not mean anything to him, he will ignore them completely.

In order to make these complex patterns for conversational hypnosis more useful, you have to use the right tone of voice.

Speaking flatly is essential. You should not speak too quickly or too slowly. Just speak as if you are having a normal conversation. The key to using such patterns effectively is to lower your voice when you make the embedded command and/or mention the benefit.

You have to be certain that the person is in trance when you are using a complex pattern. You can readily put a trance word in the beginning so that you ensure the person is in this state of altered consciousness.

Now you know how to use complex patterns in conversational hypnosis. Keep learning more with my article Conversational Hypnosis-Commanding Other People Through Conversation.

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