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Hypnotize – How to Set Your Goals when You Hypnotize

What you have to have is a goal that you are aiming for. Why is goal setting important? Covert hypnosis is a process. In turn, it should have a conclusion. This conclusion should be the completion of the goal the hypnotist has set. If you do not set a goal when you hypnotize, you will […]

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Learn Hypnosis-You Don’t Have To Be Perfect

I remember when I first wanted to learn hypnosis. I would practice language patterns every day and would try to memorize them word for word. What I soon discovered was most language patterns are simple and you just have to understand the basic concept of them. For example If I were trying to get you […]

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Learn To Hypnotize-How To Persuade People

How can you learn to hypnotize to persuade people? Most people think of hypnosis as a theraputic technique or for self help such as self hypnosis but… When you learn to hypnotize using covert methods you can begin to persuade much more effectively. The use of covert hypnosis can be extraordinarilly powerful. What would it […]

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Covert Hypnosis-Is It All Language Patterns

Covert hypnosis is more than language patterns depending upon what you consider a language pattern. This is brought up over at www.theyellowads.com. The key is how you define a language pattern. For example many people will define a language pattern to hypnotize as being a single pattern for example…”After reading this post you will feel […]

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