Conversational hypnosis, also sometimes known as subliminal or hypnotic language, is a powerful tool for getting your own way. As a means of reinforcing you point of view and communicating your intent and desires effectively it is second to none. However, this is without a doubt the most important persuasion skill that you can learn.
If you’ll learn to apply this to every situation in which you find yourself you’ll be amazed at the positive results! Hypnotic language was first developed by hypnotists to help guide their clients into a more relaxed and receptive state. Throughout the years the technique has been refined to strengthen post-hypnotic suggestion and create even faster internal changes in a willing subject.
Through developments in NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) and with a lot of time spent on research and experimentation it was discovered that hypnotic language can be used just as effectively without the need for trance!
It is well known in the field of psychology and by any student of the mind that the vast majority of human behaviour is driven by the subconscious mind. Although the conscious mind, which is responsible for our analytical deliberate thoughts and actions, is “supposedly” in charge of your life, it is the powerful subconscious part of your mind which guides your automatic behaviour!
In the vast majority of cases you, I and everyone else, make decisions based upon our subconscious drives. Even when we believe we are making an analytical choice, this choice is driven by beliefs, values, thoughts and emotions which are stored in the subconscious mind. For example, you may want to try out for the local football team. You give the matter some thought but then decide it is not worth the effort as on two previous occasions you failed to make the cut.
Did you really analyse the situation?
You thought about your desire to join the local team then your subconscious mind immediately reminded you of the previous occasions when you failed. It probably evoked the feelings of disappointment and reminded you that trying out for the team would give you those same feelings. Then it most likely conjured up feelings of fear and thoughts of further disappointment and possible ridicule if you try again.
Thus you decision may have seemed analytical but was in fact driven by the subconscious desire to keep you safe by avoiding a potentially emotionally upsetting experience.
This is just one simple example of how the subconscious mind runs your thinking. All human beings are subject to this phenomenon and luckily you can use it to help you achieve what you want in life.
You see by placing certain beliefs, thoughts or emotions into the subconscious mind of another you can make them believe that the suggestions you have given them are actually their own and they came to the decision through an analytical process or through intuition.
Once you communicate your desires to the subconscious mind of another it acts in the same way that yours or mind would; it believes what it is told without reservation. The subconscious mind cannot discriminate it simply obeys!
Once the subconscious mind of another person accepts what you are proposing they will just naturally seem to come over to your way of thinking.
So, how do you get my message to the person’s subconscious?
You do it through hypnotic language. This is simply a clever way of using tonality and pacing in your speech to speak directly to the subconscious mind and it is very easy to learn and apply. What’s more it works wonders. You will be amazed at how effective it is at getting other people to see your way of thinking and agree with it!
Would you like to be able to convince anyone to see things your way and start to get more of what you want? Would you like to get a “yes” when you ask for a date or a pay rise? Then check out what conversational hypnosis can do for you now!