Hypnotize – Using Sensory Acuity to Your Advantage

In order to hypnotize people, you have to understand them.

Understanding what is going on in their mind will allow you to reach it effectively through hypnosis.

The question is, how do you know what is going on in the mind of someone when this is not obvious?

You use a technique called sensory acuity. Your goal is to use all of the five senses to “see” what is going on in the person’s head. You have to be fully alert to notice every change in the person’s pattern of thinking.

If you want to hypnotize someone, you have to notice a number of important factors in order to find out what the person is thinking and how they are doing it.

Language and speech will give you vital information. You can readily notice when someone is nervous. They are making pauses and repeat some words over and over again.

You can also notice how the person thinks. If someone says, “I can see what you mean”, they are using visualization. If he says, “It sounds good to me”, he processes things in an auditory way.

The tone of voice and its clarity are equally important for understanding what is going on in the person’s head. This is true for the facial expressions, posture and gestures.

You need to notice these factors, so that you can build rapport with the person. They are effectively used for reaching the subconscious mind and making suggestions, when you hypnotize someone.

One important thing I would like to point out is that the sensory acuity of other people can prevent you from hypnotize them. This is possible, if you send sensory signals that even an untrained person can recognize.

For example, you can be influencing a colleague to do the work for you. If you are saying to yourself that this is wrong, you can readily reveal this thought with facial expressions and ruin the hypnosis.

You now know one method to hypnotize more effectively. Keep expanding your knowledge with my article Hypnotize – The Myths And Realities About Conversational Hypnosis.

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