All too often, people use “covert hypnosis” and “covert suggestion” interchangably. That is unfortunate, because there are very important differences between the two.

Fundamentally, Covert Hypnosis involves the hypnotic state – inducing it, managing it, utilizing it, and ending it. Covert suggestions can be used in each of those processes, and within the hypnotic state many of those suggestions can become more effective. The techniques and patterns that rely on the hypnotic state can be less effective or even completely ineffective outside of that state.

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admin on January 25th, 2012

Look guys – if you’re wanting to date women every weekend but you feel your chances are too slim considering the competition, don’t fret. Getting a girlfriend can be easy if you have the right skills and the proper mindset to make this dream come true.

Regardless of what anyone says, the ultimate goal in dating is getting a loyal girlfriend; or rather, a hot, gorgeous and devoted girlfriend. And you know what? This is exactly what women want. They want to get into relationships that will last the long haul, and they won’t waste their time falling for men who can’t at least think that way. Read on to find out the methods you can use to pick up a devoted girl using the best seduction strategies from experts.

Two Forbidden Hypnotic Seduction Tactics

#1: “Reverse Roles”. First, change the way you view women. If you keep seeing the girl of your dreams as the prize you have to win, you will end up nervous and anxious when she’s around.

Think of how you acted around your grade school crush. She seems so unreachable to you so you never seemed to get the courage to approach her. The same thing happens when you treat women like paragons of beauty that you have to worship.

Look, you will only be able to attract females when they start thinking of YOU as the challenge. So, with this said, the best way to reverse the situation and make yourself the prize she has to win is to crank up the confidence and give off the vibe that you’re in demand among the girls in the vicinity.

Be the one to pre-qualify your dates, and most of all, don’t be afraid to walk away if a conversation is not going your way. This will tell a woman that you’re not at all desperate for her attention, which will instantly make her want to monopolize your attention more.

Tactic #2: “Hypnosis and Fractionation”. Using hypnosis, and the seduction game counterpart, fractionation, seduction experts have been able to melt women’s hearts with words alone in less than 15 minutes. How do they manage to do this? They create conversation compelling enough to make women anchor their feelings of joy to these guys, resulting in emotional dependence and rejection-free interaction.

Fractionation, in particular can put women through a roller coaster of emotional drama. As a result, any girl can get hooked on you almost instantly.

There are two common techniques which are ofted discussed among the hypnosis underground. One virtually forces the listener(s) to think about a specific image, and the other pushes them to think about a specific statement or (preferably) question.

The first one doesn’t work well in print, but in spoken form it is quite effective at forcing someone to imagine a specific image. The basic pattern is simple enough: invite the subject to imagine (or try not to imagine) the image, briefly describe unnecessary details of it, pause, and then specify a change to it.

A popular example is “I invite you to try as hard as you can not to imagine a purple rhinoscerous with a yellow parrot on its shoulder…

The other shoulder.”

A few things to note about it: Some particularly self aware people will “succeed” by making it a point to change the colors (and maybe the variety of bird). That can work in your favor, since they need to concentrate even more on the image to do that. And note that the follow up does not specify an action: it does not say something like “move it to the other shoulder.” Such a construct actually weakens the pattern considerably.

Now that you think about it, how often have you seen or heard an advertisement inviting you to imagine a stack of $100 bills in your hand? A bigger stack?

That brings up the second pattern. Take something that can be phrased as a question. Making it a question, in and of itself, makes it more compelling. Then preface it with “Now that you think about it,” which makes it virtually impossible to avoid thinking about the question.

Done right, each of these very simple patterns can be exceptionally powerful. But as with most such things, you need to practice until the patterns are second nature.


admin on January 9th, 2012

Many people get into learning about things like covert hypnosis, waking suggestion, NLP, etc. with the idea of creating virtually irresistable web sites and sales pitches. Most of them are doomed to disappointment. The techniques that they found extremely powerful in their classes and trainings don’t seem to work for them in written form.

For covert hypnosis, just as for overt hypnosis and waking suggestion, the best and most effective results come from using a combination of specific technique, verbal cues (such as pacing, breaks, inflection, etc.), and non-verbal cues. This multi-media approach adds rich layers of meaning and reinforcement to your suggestions, and often helps tie them in with the person’s experience. But sometimes such up close and personal use is not practical.

For a variety of reasons, people find it desirable to use the techniques in other media – or try to. In rough order of effectiveness (high to low), the most common media are video, audio, and print. In video, you can present some non-verbal cues such as posture and movement, but you are not able to respond to those of the other person. In audio, you can use variations in pitch, volume, pacing, etc. to good effect (as you can in video) but you lack both the ability to use the non-verbal cues and to respond to the other person. In print, you lose all of that richness.

In print, you are largely limited to an unpaced, linear presentation of word and image. Worse, there is nothing to keep the reader from skipping around the page. There is limited room for emphasis and pacing – severely limited.

Given all that, it seems almost impossible that any techniques would work in print. Surprisingly, many do. They may be somewhat less effective in print than in the other media or in person, but they do work.

One of the most commonly used – and effective – techniques is the Seven Yes approach (also called pacing and leading). Making the seven (or however many you choose) statements that the reader will unquestioningly agree with, then the suggestion, then more unquestioningly agreeable statements can be (and often is) done in print with great effect. The “trick” is to make sure there is nothing overt to mark the suggestion as different than the other statements.

Techniques that use elements like “close your eyes and imagine” or strong visualizations are obviously unworkable in print. So are those which require responding to feedback from the person. Techniques that require a timed or spaced sequence (such as the popular Rhino and Bird example) will only work if the reader follows the appropriate timing – an iffy matter at best.

In the end, a little common sense and a lot of experimentation can go a long way toward recognizing those techniques that are likely to work in print and those that aren’t.



admin on January 8th, 2012

If you really want to learn to hypnotize and master hypnotic mind control, you need to understand how the mind works. The way to control someone’s mind is to talk to the unconscious mind. It’s the unconscious mind that controls almost everything we do.

Think about it, you eat, breathe even drive your car almost completely unconsciously. Yes you do decide what to eat but do you think to yourself, “OK, I am going to lift the fork to my mouth, I am going to put the food into my mouth, I’m going to chew. My food and then swallow it”. No, of course you don’t.

When you learn to hypnotize and use hypnotic mind control you want to use the same process as eating. You want the unconscious mind to decide to follow your commands.

So let us say I want someone to immediately like and trust me, as you think about that, getting someone to immediately like and trust me can be extremely powerful. When you like and trust me, you are much more likely to listen to me.

Doesn’t that just make sense? And isn’t it your goal to learn to hypnotize through hypnotic mind control to get someone to listen to you. So what would I do to get someone to like and trust me so they will listen to me.

We use something called a language pattern. A language pattern is really nothing more than a few sentences that use hypnotic language to speak directly to your unconscious mind. As you learn to hypnotize you this could be used as you walk up to meet someone you could say something like…

Hi, this may sound a little weird but did you ever “immediately like and trust someone” and as you “do that and let it happen” you may notice you “feel totally comfortable with this person” and the more you “feel comfortable with this person” the more you “like and trust him” and maybe you can “imagine a time in your future” say years from now “still liking and trusting this person” and “looking back on today” as being the start of it.

All the statements in “quotes” are embedded commands. After you learn to hypnotize you’ll naturally be able to use these easily and effectively.

So, that’s a way you can walk up to someone and get them to immediately like and trust you. There is so much more you can do with hypnotic mind control…

admin on January 7th, 2012

While it is as much an ad as a training video, you might find the following YouTube video interesting.

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