Authored by: Igor Ledochowski Imagine being the kind of conversational hypnotist who was able to influence nearly everyone you meet? Once you understand the techniques and principles involved, you can take things a considerable distance further. So that when you ask your teenage children to do something they agree without putting up the tiniest bit of resistance. So that your customers want to do more business with you just because they feel compelled to be in your company. The 3 Main Ingredients Every Great Conversational Hypnotist Needs Before you can unleash your talents on the people around you, you need to keep these 3 things in mind: The above 3 ingredients will give you everything you need to make life more enjoyable for yourself and for everyone around you.
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Authored by: Igor Ledochowski Imagine being the kind of conversational hypnotist who was able to influence nearly everyone you meet? Once you understand the techniques and principles involved, you can take things a considerable distance further. So that when you ask your teenage children to do something they agree without putting up the tiniest bit of resistance.
So that your customers want to do more business with you just because they feel compelled to be in your company. The 3 Main Ingredients Every Great Conversational Hypnotist Needs Before you can unleash your talents on the people around you, you need to keep these 3 things in mind: The above 3 ingredients will give you everything you need to make life more enjoyable for yourself and for everyone around you.
Part 1: Work On Your Attitude! Hypnosis with extra positive energy. Going First Imagine trying to smile at someone when your heart is breaking.
Or trying to help someone relax when your head is filled with images of a stressful situation at work. In the way you speak, in your body language, in your behavior, in the tonality of your voice, and even in the way you breathe. So the trick is to get yourself into the right frame of mind before any interaction takes place. Suppose, for example, that someone you know is constantly feeling stressed. With your conversational hypnosis skills, a few minutes with you and they should be feeling a lot more relaxed.
Perhaps because someone snapped at you while you were waiting in line at the post office. Or maybe another driver cut you off on the freeway. Or a colleague at work is making things uncomfortable for you.
Building Rapport How do you build rapport? In ordinary situations, you might smile and shake hands. You might talk about something you have in common, like a particular sport or hobby. You might share a memory of when you were in school or university. These are typical ways of building rapport with another person.
Ever noticed how with some people you find it incredibly easy to start and maintain a conversation? You just seem to hit it off and never run out of things to say. Why does that happen? Because the people you hit it off with are comfortable in their own skin. They communicate to you on an unconscious level that they feel good about themselves. They project a sort of aura of trust and security that allows you to open up and feel comfortable within yourself.
The others, however, send out a different set of messages altogether. And that makes you feel uncomfortable and less willing to get involved. Needless to say, you want to be like the former group. You want to be the one who communicates a sense of trust, a sense of calm, a sense of comfort and security. The ABS Formula To undertake any kind of hypnosis on another person, you need to be able to achieve 3 things.
Since the goal is to get at the unconscious mind, you need to bypass the critical factor and stop it from interfering. You need to stop it from distracting the other person so they can push past those limitations and enjoy new and liberating experiences.
As you can imagine, this process is a fluid one. It can happen in a matter of minutes, or even seconds. For instance, all the techniques mentioned above for bypassing the critical factor can be used together, all at the same time.
Enchant Them With Engaging Stories Everybody loves a good story, whether they read it themselves, have it read to them, or watch it on a screen. Stories have the power to transport us to different times and places. They give us permission to step out of reality for a period of time and put our everyday lives on hold. Stories can be about something that happened to you, something that happened to someone else, as in the My Friend John format, or something you heard or read about.
As soon as you start telling a story, the other person starts listening. They want to know more. Even the most gripping story can be made more powerful by spicing it up.
One way to do that is with metaphors and similes. So instead of saying you had an enjoyable meal out, you might say your steak was as soft as butter. Perhaps the restaurant was as posh as a palace and the serving staff treated you like royalty. There are hundreds of them, but the big 5 are the following: And.
The art of indirect suggestion
Suggestions are fundamental to hypnotherapy and hypnosis, and are the bedrock of all hypnotherapeutic approaches. All techniques involve suggestion. All scripts are made up of suggestions. So it is a good idea that any hypnotherapist should know how to craft suggestions of their very own. We also spoke about the importance of variety of suggestions and repetition in that very same blog. There are various different types of indirect suggestions that you can utilise, whether in your day-to-day language, or within hypnotherapy sessions, but the purpose of indirect suggestions is to be exactly that: indirect. Did you notice that the suggestion brought awareness to noticing the intended response, rather than suggesting it directly?
Conversational Hypnosis A Manual Of Indirect Suggestion Pdf
Ericksonian language patterns and indirect hypnotic suggestions