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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