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Saturday, May 7, 2011
The Power Of Stories
The power of stories:

These are the real inner secrets which allow you to master the art of storytelling
and become a captivating, hypnotic storyteller, not to just captivate attention but
also go straight to the unconscious mind to create wonderful changes in people
whenever you want to.

Now the thing about stories that makes them so powerful is that they speak
directly to the unconscious mind in so many rich and so many wonderful,
different ways.

We have been brought up with so many different stories. One of the things that
that does is it lulls the guardian at the gate, the critical factor, to let other things
slip by.

When I talk about stories, I mean all kinds of different vehicles that have the
same kind of thing which share the same kind of ideas.

We have been brought up with so many different stories. One of the things that
that does is it lulls the guardian at the gate, the critical factor, to let other things
slip by.

So a story can be an anecdote, a joke, an allegory, a parable, similes, even a
metaphor.

In fact, a metaphor is a very powerful way of coming to the heart of a story.
I really dont care about the quality.

Right now, its the quantity that counts because every single exercise that you
do and every time you repeat it in a different way it trains your neurology, it trains
your brain to make new connections.

When those connections are there, beautiful, hypnotic, captivating, and powerful
stories will come out.

Thats why you can give someone some technical information and it will be
interesting and important.

Or you can tell them a story and the story will not just include the information but
the technical bits that they need to know.

It will also include motivation. It will include inspiration.

It will include the parameters in which you can use it and a real sense of context which makes
meaning much more easy to grasp.

Stories essentially achieve a few things.

The first thing that it does is that it really bypasses the critical factor.

It just recognizes a story and its automatic pilot goes,
Oh, thats a story. Lets just let that pass.

I mean after all, how can you resist a story?
Its just a story.

Regardless of what the stories are, one of the things that it allows the listener to
do is to begin to identify with the characters inside the story.

In other words, they begin to live through the same experiences that the
characters in the stories are having there and then.

ex: when you read a book and you feel what the caracters fell like.


How to use hypnotic stories:
So how can we use stories to achieve hypnotic outcomes?

Well a story can achieve many different things. One of the basic uses of a story
is to simply seed ideas or set frameworks of ideas.

A very powerful way to use stories is to use trance themes in order to get people
lulled into trances.

remember that we used trance themes, which are stories about processes which are
hypnotic in order to guide people into a state of hypnosis.


Isomorphic Stories:
Another way to use stories is known as an isomorphic story.
Isomorphic stands for the same shape as something else.

So an isomorphic metaphor is one in which the characters and the actions and the sequence
inside the story mirror something happening with the person that you're working with.

The thing about isomorphic metaphors is that they must first of all mirror the
situation that the person is actually encountering or will be encountering.

And at the same time it must offer some kind of resolution or some plan of action.

The important thing of course, because this is a story, you cannot make it
obvious enough that the conscious mind can tell why you are telling the story.

The moment you include the conscious mind, they go, Oh, I know why you're
saying this.

Then its much easier for them to reject the material out of hand.

stories leave pictures and impressions inside the mind, that at the
unconscious level other people started to respond to.

So the power of isomorphic stories is that people go away and think about it and
find their own meaning.

Of course, the unconscious will be doing that in particularways.

The way to use stories is to pre-teach materials or prime the unconscious mind to
respond in certain ways.

Stories are also tremendous vehicles for creating belief in something, a product
or for a salesperson to get people enthused about something.

Its a classic use of a sales tool when you use a testimonial, for example.

The testimonial will tell someone about how happy somebody else was when they bought
something.

Remember, you are talking about other people.

If you are talking about other people and the experiences that theyve had,
well how can they ever resist because they can't resist someone elses experience, can they?

So as a quick check list of how to use stories:
Use them to rift around a hypnotic theme.
Use them to install a process or a strategy in someones mind
Use them as a vessel for ambiguities and embedded suggestions.
Finally, you can use them to elicit states, set emotional triggers, and chain
these into a sequence that has specific kinds of outcomes.

Tweaking your Critical Factor
Understanding RAS
In previous posts (probably over a year ago now) I have spoken about this thing called the
critical factor. In the hypnosis world this is the gatekeeper or firewall between your conscious
and subconscious mind, helping to keep out all the junk and irrelevant information and focus on
what is most important. I have also spoken about how the subconscious mind is gathering and
processing all this information external to us and then feeding the conscious mind with just a
small subset of this information to help us form our reality. When we are looking to manipulate
or influence people we use language in various forms to either bypass the critical factor by
making it lazy (Yes Sets, etc) or by finding agreement in beliefs and opinions to build rapid
rapport to increase chances of success, or possibly give the impression of authority (in a
positional or knowledgable sense) to utilise social compliance to get to our desired outcome.

So if you read my blog already this is old news, but something I have been looking into is how
does the human mind pre-determine what is critical information, and if we understand this does it
help us bypass easier, but more importantly does learning about these techniques (as I have said
before) help us be less susceptible to manipulation that may result in a negative experience.
What I found as part of some neuropsychology reading I was doing is that part of how the mind
works and organises / filters this critical information is with the use of a RAS. RAS stands for
Reticular Activating System, the system is considered by some as the Command and Control
center for all brain and body activities.
I wont try and talk science about how the RAS works with the rest of the brain as I am sure to
make a dogs dinner of it, but essentially what the RAS is doing is taking onboard all
subconscious stimulai and checking this against a priority list, if the information matches with
something on the priority list you will be consciously alerted, if not its stored in subconscious for
a later date.What the priority list does is make us aware of things around us that are either
important to our health (fire alarm for example), and things we are interested in (type of car
perhaps) and things that are personal to us (our name for example). This is why when going
about our daily duties and among a crowded room we can distinguish our name being called, this
is why when we have decided on our next car purchase every damn car we see is the car we
thought was unique and you dont see many on the roads. In my Googling, I also found alot of
reference to programming your RAS to reach your goals by life coaches, now this really isnt my
bag, but at the same time I can see how it would work.
So how do you get additional items on your RAS priority list and tweak your critical factor?
Well I dont have any scientific proof but when I think about the items that are common place in
most peoples RAS it seems that they are either there because large forced repetition or
freely chosen repetition because you are interested in something. Now I know this to be true,
because when I am interested in something, or thinking of making a purchase I research the hell
out of it, and then when out and about I either see or hear many things in relation to that
something I am thinking of buying.
In short by engrossing yourself on a regular basis allows you to tweak your filters to be more
aware of specific happening in your world. If you have studied body language and find it
interesting, and look for things daily, all of a sudden you realise you are seeing and reading
gestures effortlessly. When learning the types of languages used to influence, you hear more
readily when a sales person is spouting the BS. So this stuff really is simple and obvious, but I
think its interesting to understand and appreciate what part of your mind is working, and for
some people this is key to realising you can make tweaks and improvements.
Appreciating this, in my opinion will make you a better social engineer. As you continue to
discover and understands both the art and science of SE it makes you more effective. It provides
you with a better ability to be consciously aware of the various situations you find yourself in,
meaning you can make quicker, better and more informed decisions. This results not only a
better threat simulation in the activities you be carrying out, but it also makes you more informed
to educate people into what can be done to identify when they are being socially engineered real
time, to reduce the risk of wrongful manipulation.
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Black Ops Hypnosis
The technique employs both verbal and non-verbal means of communication to alter and influence
behaviour. Non verbal techniques can include body language, gestures and subliminal silent cues. Verbal
techniques include mind altering words, language patterns and tone of voice. These techniques are
commonly known as pacing and leading in the hypnotherapy world. Pacing and leading is a means to
bypass the critical factor (the conscious analytical part of your mind). In bypassing the critical factor the
subconscious mind more readily accepts external data to be the truth.

Typically, the hypnotist firstly establishes a rapport with the subject in order to enable them to be open
to any hypnotic suggestions that might follow. Rapport is a feeling of connection and trust. One means
of establishing rapport would be to match the speech, gestures, tone and breathing patterns of the
other person. This would have the effect of putting their unconscious mind at ease.

When rapport has been created the hypnotist can begin to induce a trance which would bypass the
subject's conscious mind and critical faculties. He could then begin to introduce suggestions to the
subject. At all times the hypnotist would note the subtle clues emitted by the subject and alter their
behaviour accordingly in order to maintain the trance state. This trance state does not have to be deep,
in black ops hypnosis the state of trance tends to be very light, and the subject will not necessarily
notice any change in their own mental state.

It has been said that this method allows the hypnotist to take choices away from the subject in order to
make them believe that what is being suggested is the best choice for them.

Black ops hypnosis is a powerful tool and must be used responsibly and ethically. Typically it is used by
salesmen to influence consumers to buy their goods but it could be used in all walks of life and social
situations. Some politicians, as you might expect, are masters of this form of covert hypnosis. A
politician may describe events, sights and feelings that are the absolute truth and thus establish himself
as a source of the truth. For instance As I stand here before you or Now is the time. There is no
arguments that these statements are true! And now that the politician is established as a source of truth
he or she can slip a covert suggestion under your critical factor.

So a very basic example of pacing and leading would be We need economic change (no arguments
there...completely true...) and that is why I will be the next Prime Minister. There is no logical
connection between the need for change and this person being the next leader of a country, but it can
be accepted as such using these techniques.

So next time you are approached by a salesman, or listening to a politician, watch out. Simply by
knowing that someone is using covert hypnosis is an excellent way to prevent its impact. Alternatively
learn the techniques yourself!

How to Use Metaphors & Prime the Unconscious Mind in Hypnosis
Conversational Hypnosis is an art form in which you need to have access to
the unconscious happening within a person. Stories are a way to access this
domain as stories evoke emotion and emotion is one of the key factors in
activating the unconscious mind. All your emotion is stored in your
unconscious and by reaching an emotion through a story you are
automatically accomplishing the first two steps in the 4 Stage Protocol.
When you tell a story you are automatically getting another persons
attention, if you tell a good story you are going to be able to absorb that
attention fully. Telling good stories is as easy as making it a topic the
listeners can identify with on some level, and since we are all prone to
similar experiences this should be an easy battle to conquer.
Once the persons attention is absorbed in a story you have probably already
bypassed the critical factor simply because it is a story and it is unarguable.
People tend to not argue with another persons experience, but they will
identify with it on an unconscious level.
As they are identifying with the emotions and feelings the characters are
experiencing in the story you are soliciting an unconscious response because
emotion itself is an unconscious response. Now you need to learn more ways
to get what you want from that unconscious response as a result of how you
tell that story.
One of these ways of getting what you want from a story is to offer
metaphorical resolutions with in your stories. These are often called
isomorphic stories, which mean they take on the same structure or shape of
something else.
In the way of using these in hypnosis the story will be taking on some similar
aspects you see in your listener. You want to tell a story that mirrors
indirectly the situation or problem of your client.
A great and popular example of an isomorphic story is Goldilocks and the
Three Bears. In this example Goldilocks is simply unsatisfied with many of
the things presented to her at the home of the Three Bears. This is can be
used as a mirror for a person who finds that nothing is good enough or just
right no matter how many choices or how hard they try to make it so.
Isomorphic stories can be used to mirror almost any aspect of life from sex to
fear. The key is to find a completely unrelated topic and use it to show the
suggested answers. Someone who is unwilling to expand their sex life may
need to hear a story about the many different type of food in different
cultures. How all those foods can be good and at least should be tried in
order to really know if they like them or not.
Another example could be if a person wanted to quit smoking. You could
tell a story about how dangerous it is to be morbidly obese. This is a
dangerous way to live, it affects your heart and health and the other people
around you negatively. In these examples you should be able to see how two
completely different subjects can be related by the themes that are involved
in the suggestions.
The most important part of this type of story telling is to be sure it goes
around and outside of critical thinking. The person listening must not be able
to tell consciously that the story is about their specific problem or situation.
This will bypass any and all resistance that would happen if the two were
connected.

When you try to simply tell a person who has been smoking for years that
they should consider quitting you are usually met with some type of
resistance. The same often happens when you tell them a story about
someone who would not quit and died from it or became seriously ill; there is
still a type of resistance. This is where the unrelated part of isomorphic
stories comes in handy.
When you use an isomorphic story you are able to give advice where it
would normally be rejected, in this the unconscious has its own freedom to
make associations and choose the experiences to attach those associations to.
If you have told a good isomorphic story the correct situation will be
connected to it by the unconscious and a result will eventually occur simply
because it is an unconscious process.
The next way you will learn to get what you want from stories is to prime the
unconscious mind. This is a lot like formatting or pre-teaching a concept to a
person. In using this concept you will use stories to set an expectation for the
future through suggestion and experience.
The best example of this in our daily lives is advertising. Any ad you see
will set an expectation, realistic or not, in your mind about what a certain
product will do for you. For example a certain type of car or truck will make
you cooler with your children, or more popular with the opposite sex.
Another way advertisements do this is to give testimonials. This is when a
person who has purchased the product somehow explains about their
experience with the item. Maybe they were apprehensive at first but
purchased the item anyway. Then how that purchase has affected them,
usually the product is wonderful beyond belief and they do not know how
they ever managed with out it in the first place.
This not only identifies with the new buyers reservation to spend money on
an item but gives them a future expectation of the item. It will change their
life incredibly and they should not be without this product for one minute
longer. It also creates a bit of pressure in that if you dont buy the product
you may be offending the person with the great testimony, but this is beside
the point for now.
These are great examples of how you can prime the unconscious mind.
There is a sort of formatting that goes on and brings the unconscious to a
conclusion that not only benefits the person at the moment but looks into the
future benefits of the situation.
In this process the unconscious tends to account for many different variables
that the conscious mind would not begin to grasp all at once. Sometimes
what would seem like an illogical decision is made but the future effects of it
are astounding because of the frame work that was laid by the priming of the
unconscious.
For more information please visit http://www.conversational-hypnosis.com


The Persuasive Power of Nested Loops in Hypnosis
By Covert Hypnotist | December 16, 2012
There are all types of different story telling methods and skills to incorporate in you inductions
as a Conversational Hypnotist. All of these methods are very powerful. You can accomplish all
four of the stages within the 4 Stage Protocol as well as use stories for many different aspects of
hypnosis.
Embedding suggestions and isomorphic stories are an indirect way to come to the conclusion you
and your clients are looking for. You can use your stories to relax and excite people in the types
of trances you are inducing.
To recall emotions and experiences through story telling is a powerful and useful skill in the art
of hypnosis. You have also learned how to construct certain aspects of your stories to extract the
conclusions and outcomes that your are looking for so you attain the exact things you want from
the sessions you hold with different subjects.
The next aspect you must learn to conquer is the art of nested loops. The different ways to tell
stories has taught you to accomplish the four stages in hypnosis and nested loops or nested
stories will give you another way to do this.
When telling nested stories or nesting loops within a set of stories is to design a tale that will
require more of the unconscious attention than a simple story would. These aspects will make the
unconscious concentrate more and work harder. The other things these nested loops will do is to
become less consciously detectable for your listener and are a more hypnotic route than the
simple stories you have previously learned about.
The beauty of the nested loop when it comes to critical factor is that they tend to bypass the
critical factor more efficiently in just the fact that there is more to concentrate on and confuse the
conscious mind.
Nested loops are a combination of many different stories that in the end impact the unconscious
even more fully than a simple story with one conclusion or suggestion. In a nested loop you will
have many conclusions and suggestions that will activate the unconscious to be more fully in
action.
The way nested loops work is to have your three, four or five stories in mind. As you tell each
story you will come to the climax of the story and then switch to another story. Each story you
repeat the same method with tell the story all the way up to the greatest turning point and then
switch to the next story again.
As you do this telling and breaking into each new story you are pushing the unconscious into
working overtime. Because each story is left unfinished the unconscious is going to be working
even harder to finish the details and attempt to figure out the end of all your stories.
When you are creating these stories and leaving them unfinished you are going to be accessing a
special principal called the Zeigarnik Effect. The Zeigarnik Effect is what happens when the
unconscious assigns a higher level of importance to a matter, thought or story simply because it
is left unfinished.
The consequence of this is that the unfinished business becomes remembered more fully or done
better simply because of the importance placed upon it to want to be finished.
If a thing is finished, lets say a story or thought, the mind will shut down afterward because it
now has all the answers it needs, there is no reason to probe further. This can be a problem when
there is new information discovered about the thing that the mind has shut off to. Because the
mind feels complete in that matter then the new information is harder to get across and accepted.
If you use nested loops and always leave an open end or a sense of may be there is more to this
then you will leave the door open for more or new information in the future. You will also be
activating the unconscious much more so it is remembered more fully and done with more
precision.
As you use this method you are creating multiple realities for the listener, you are confusing the
conscious with many details and hence bypassing the critical factor.
As you confuse the mind and bypass the critical factor you have the opportunity to slip in all the
suggestions and emotional triggers you want. You can also prime the unconscious with your
many story lines and do this quite undetected as the conscious is too busy trying to keep all the
details in order it will miss the opportunity to reject everything you are saying.
This is a very powerful way to use story telling and should be practiced in the right ways so you
do not use it wrongly. It requires a bit of finesse to confuse the mind this adequately and you will
learn how exactly to do this as we go on. For now think about how powerful this is and how you
may be able to use it in your practices in the future.
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The Secrets of the Hypnotic Gaze Induction Revealed
By Covert Hypnotist | January 28, 2012
The art of hypnosis and learning hypnosis are all about learning how to use language, body
language, gestures and unconscious sub-communications. In Conversational Hypnosis you are
going to be inducing trances.
These inductions will largely be taking place through your ability to use your language in certain
ways. However there are other important aspects and skills that you will combine with language
in order to alter the state of mind for your subjects.
One of those other various skills will be using the Hypnotic Gaze. This is not a certain look you
will shoot across the room at a person and they will suddenly slump over into a deep sleep. Quite
the contrary, this is a skill you will practice, perfect and use to invite a person into the world of
induced hypnotic trance.
This is a skill you will learn to use in the context of normal conversation. You will use it along
with your language skills to induce a hypnotic trance and produce an outcome.
The hypnotic gaze induction is a tool you will first learn to use very directly, people will see you
are doing it. They may not know quite what you are doing but the actual gazing will be detected,
it must be as you will be looking directly into their eyes. As time goes on you will be able to
refine your gazing skills to become more indirect and conversational as you apply your hypnotic
gaze.
Again this is not a will power type of thing that you read about in story books. You will not be
able to simply look at a person and will them into a trance. There is not form of overpowering
an individual with a simple look that will produce a trance alone.
What you will do is get their attention by making direct eye contact with them. This direct eye
contact will affect them on many different levels allowing you to coax them into an altered
consciousness.
Eye contact, as you will soon see, does have a very powerful effect on people. Because of this
simple fact you will need to be aware of the different signals you can send with it and be sure to
send the signals that will have the best intentions for both of you.
It needs to be clear in your mind that you are not overpowering someone with your will. You are
not producing a mind controlling magnetism. And you are not creating any type of occult
condition; you are having a natural effect on another person through the very natural effects of
eye contact.
The first thing that a hypnotic gaze will do for you is to absorb the attention of the person you are
applying it to. It is a great and powerful way to do this. Hypnotic gaze can assist in the first stage
of the 4 Stage Protocol, absorbing the attention of your subject.
How does it do this, well the simple fact is when you make and maintain eye contact with
another person it obligates them to respond in some way. That very thing, that obligation is what
begins the trance response; it gives you the ability to turn that eye contact into a hypnotic
induction!
The simple unspoken demand for attention through eye contact begins the trance process.
The second thing that will take effect in the Hypnotic Gaze is it raises tension in the other
person. This is a response; the eye contact increases responses through the tension it raises in the
person you are locked in with.
This does two things in your favor as the hypnotist. The first is the tension that is being produced
from the constant eye contact will drive a feeling of obligated response from your subject. The
second thing this tension accomplishes is the bypass of the critical factor.
Remember the more tension that builds, the more unconscious the persons thinking will be
meaning the less critical factor will be in place. This direct unconscious way of thinking allows
you to move smoothly into the suggestion phase, the third phase of hypnotic protocol.
In this we find the third secret of the hypnotic gaze that is to subtly suggest a hypnotic trance.
The way to incorporate this new step is to find it in you first, yes go first. If you are accessing
and sending out the signals of hypnotic trance it will non-verbally invite the other person to do
the same.
Going first in this instance is to alter your eye contact that you have been diligently maintaining
to look through them. Instead of focusing your eyes on their eyes look to the backs of their eyes.
This will give the person the feeling that they are no longer being looked at but that they are
being looked inside. This will sub-communicate that you are in a sort of trance and
unconsciously they will want to follow that lead.
The next step that you need to be very aware of is that you should not just be sub-communicating
that they go into a trance but that there is a connotation of good will involved. Projecting good
will to the person you are involved with is very, very important.
You will get back whatever you are projecting through your gaze; if the person feels you are
hostile they will be defensive, if the feel intimidated you will start to loose rapport. These are not
good things and so to be conscious of the feelings you are projecting is important for the process
to continue.
Projecting good will onto the person you are gazing at is as easy as feeling it yourself. Think
about how you want them to feel that feeling of good will, will it to them. In doing this your
body language will change with your mood and give subtle suggestions about the interaction you
would like to have with them.
The fifth secret of the hypnotic gaze it that confidence breeds success. To be confident in your
actions will result in success from your actions. If you do not have expectations, positive
expectations, going into this trance you will not get positive results. The sub-communication of
insecurity and hesitation will affect the success of your induction badly.
You must expect the other person to go into a trance, to do this there are things you need to
watch in yourself to be sure you are sending the right signals out. The simple fact is you must
avoid showing any automatic defense mechanisms.
These are things like blinking too much, yawning, shifting your gaze excessively, fidgeting and
so on. Basically the things that make you look nervous and unsure of yourself, you want to
project good will and confidence. This is done by having softer features in your face, eyes
relaxed, breathing normally and comfortably.
On the other hand you want your subject to be doing the opposite, when they are showing the
automatic defense mechanisms it is a signal to you they are building pressure within. That
pressure means they are beginning to respond to you hypnotically.
As this tension builds they will lose the will to want to escape it, they will be open to your
suggestions. When you see the signals that this is happening you will make a clear and concise
direct instruction for them to go into trance.
In building up to this suggestion to go into trance you will maintain a constant gaze. You will
keep it in a friendly manner that is conveyed softly to them. This will keep them comfortable and
relaxed enough to agree with your suggestion when the time is right.

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The only people who most conversational hypnotists are afraid of hypnotising are the people
who they know well. And it is true, that you family and your close friends, those who know how
you normally speak, will be the first alerted to the hypnotic elements in your language, and may
catch you in the act. this is a problem, as the people who can benefit most from your hypnotic
gifts are those who you know well, so to learn how to hypnotise even those who are the most
likely to catch you in the act, without them being any the wiser (but much better off!) read on.
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Where Did Conversational Hypnosis Start?
Now, just as a pre-warning I will not be teaching you how to control or manipulate them, if you
want to learn such things then I'm afraid this blog really isn't for you, I focus on how to use
hypnosis and NLP to improve not only your life,. But the lives of those around you also.
Here basically we will be covering how to induce trance states in those you are close to, how to
break negative states of conscious (anger etc) and how to make them feel really good around
you, and like you all the more for it.
So as you now begin to think of what you could do with this ability to induce a state of greatly
increased suggestibility in your friends and family, and what this could mean to you, let's get
right down to the meat of the matter, and show you how to do it.
Now, I am presuming that most of your close mates will look at you with slightly raised
eyebrows if you launch into a lecture on how nice it is to relax...now.
So, as a solution, don't say a great deal...
A great starting point is the hypnotic gaze induction, now this has nothing to do with magick or
the occult; it is just refocusing your eyes so it appears to them that you are looking through them.
As you seem to look through them, they usually begin to enter a mild trance just through that, try
it on yourself in a mirror and see if you don't start to feel a little out of focus!
Now, after you have been gazing through your now slightly entranced friend for a moment or so,
you can begin to verbally deepen the state, maintaining the gaze. I find that with family and
friends, those who are familiar with your non hypnotic speech pattern, using the quotes pattern
helps 100 fold...
So instead of saying "now as you sit there, noticing your breathing..."
You can say "you know...there are some weird people in the world...I was on a bus the other
day...and someone sat next to me...looked me right in the eyes... and said for me to notice my
breathing...he said that he wanted me to Breath deeper...and relax...and what was the strangest
thing...I did relax..Now."
Remember to use your own words, and mark out your embedded commands by perhaps a drop in
tonality or a specific gesture.
This should hopefully induce a light trance state, if not... just continue, the great thing about this
is that if it doesn't work, no harm is done and you can try again.
"And as I sat there...on the bus...this man...kept telling me... to feel relaxed...to think about the
gentle movement of the bus...and to breath deeper still... and feel so relaxed"
So, hopefully we have the basic trance induction, there are literally 1000s of conversational
inductions you can use, soon I will collect what I consider to be the best in a specific article, but
for now, just do that or something similar to induce the conversational trance.
Your work here should follow the ABS protocol.
A=attention, (this is done through the hypnotic gaze)
B= Bypass the critical factor (This is done though use of the quotes pattern)
S=Stimulate the unconscious (this is done though the suggestions to relax)
Now that we have followed the crucial ABS formula, it is time to do our trance work.
This depends on your intention, if your intention is just to practice, then you can do what you
like as long as it is positive, and not objectionable (break these rules and risk annoying the
critical factor, breaking the trance state and getting slapped)
Your intention should be themed to help them, some examples of what I have done include
general happiness, helping a friend with exam nerves, helping a family member before a job
interview etc.
With the trance any positive suggestion you give will multiply in strength by dozens of times
after you have induced the light trance, so just give them positive suggestions, still be subtle and
indirect as a rule, for example: for the simple happiness theme "and as I sat there, in the bus...I
couldn't help hear...the strange man...telling me to..Feel so happy...and I felt a sense of
comfort...in his suggestions...and couldn't help...allowing myself...to feel really good...really feel
good...as i listened to the words he spoke... strangely enough...i did seem to feel happy...perhaps
for no reason...which i Knew of"
And now that you know the basics of inducing a trance and giving positive suggestions to your
family, it is now time to some much more covert stuff...
Have you ever been ranted at by a family member or friend? Has someone close to you ever
really lost it, flew off the handle and gone in to an emotional rant?
Now often times you deserve it, and in those cases it is best to shut up and take it on the chin.
However, if they are going too far, and it is best for both you and them if they stop it; it is time to
employ the famous pattern interrupt. The interrupt is also great for getting people out of other
negative states, such as fear, sadness, anger and such like.
Now really any random statement will do, but it helps to be congruent, say it as if it was
something meaningful, this will double the effect.
A simple interrupt alone however will not do much good. This creates a small opening in their
consciousness, which if you don't fill returns back to the old negative state that you don't want.
So to fill it you quickly have to re frame the situation, in the small opening assume the role of the
one who is in charge, and quickly move them out of the negative frame e of mind.
For example...
Break the negative state with a non-sequester like "the dog meowed in the rain last Tuesday."
Quickly step up to them and say something like "now pull yourself together, you know it will be
fine, now sit down and you'll be fine"
And hopefully that will help you out, you have followed the ABS formula to a degree:
A: The congruence and importance place on your non-sequester by your tonality grabs their
attention
B: You have bypassed the critical factor by creating a small gap of blankness as they struggle to
understand what you said
S: you have stimulated the unconscious by taking control of the situation and giving them
positive suggestion.
Now, you have some powerful tools here for creating dramatic positive change in the live of
those close to you.
You have read about them, it is time to get out into the real word and start doing them, and your
inductions don't need to be as weird as a scary stranger on a bus, tailer them to who you are
speaking to.
I look forward to reading about your hypnotic adventures!
Nathan Thomas
PS
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confident, compelling and persuasive in every aspect of your life.
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5 Secrets Of The Hypnotic Gaze Induction
Tony Mask
How do you actually begin putting someone in a
hypnotic trance through the context of a normal everyday conversation?
The first thing that you should practice is the hypnotic gaze induction, which is considered semi-
overt meaning that it can be covert but also very obvious.
It involves maintaining eye contact with someone but in an inviting manner rather than an
aggressive one, and this sort of eye contact will send the right signals to that person.
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Youre not overpowering someone with your mental strength, neither are you transferring any
sort of energy that will influence someone. In order for the hypnotic gaze to work, you need to
add the physical aspects as well.
Its such an effective method of induction and the following reasons explain how and why it
works. Here are 5 secrets of the hypnotic gaze induction.
1) It Absorbs Attention
The very first thing that happens when you make eye contact with someone is that it grabs their
attention, which is actually a very powerful method to draw someone in. Fixating attention is the
first stage in the four-stage protocol.
Maintaining eye contact with someone whilst in a conversion means a lot on so many different
levels. Its polite and the person youre looking at will feel obliged to respond, which is essential
because response is the beginning of a the trance process leading to a hypnotic induction.
2) It Increases Responsiveness
Maintaining the hypnotic gaze will begin to raise tension levels between the hypnotist and their
subject, and that same tension is what leads the subject to feel that they must respond in some
sort of way.
As this primitive response behavior begins to grow stronger, it has the effect of actually
bypassing ones normal conscious critical thinking, and leads them to begin thinking on an
unconscious and unbiased way of thinking.
3) A Hypnotic Trance Is Subtly Suggested
An important aspect of the hypnotic gaze
induction is that you subtly communicate the hypnotic trance.
How this works is that by accessing a particular state or an altered state of consciousness
yourself, youre actually directing the subject to follow you in a non-verbal but powerful way.
Next, you need to look through that person. Look through their eyes and the roof of their nose
and youll begin to notice some subtle distinctions at that moment. Looking through someone
gives them a sense that youre not actually looking at them, but youre looking inside them.
4) Sub-Communicate Good Will
Its extremely important to project good will to another person. Doing so will make that person
open up a bit more, and it will increase their responsiveness to you, which is essential to get
someone in a hypnotic trance.
If you were to project a sense of hostility or insecurity, then its likely that the subject will either
project the same characteristics back to you, or you will repel them as theyve become afraid of
you.
Projecting good will goes back to building a strong rapport through positive body language and
implanting good moods, which will give subtle suggestions to the subject on how to interact with
you.
5) Exude Confidence And You Will Succeed
In order for you to lead someone into a hypnotic trance, you must believe and fully expect it to
happen. You must be absolutely sure of yourself as any projection of insecurity and uncertainty
will likely hinder the interaction.
In order to avoid failure, you must avoid sub-communicating any type of expectation of failure
by avoiding the normal defense behaviors that people who are unsure of something do. These
include:
Excessive blinking
Teary eyes
Yawning
Quick and nervous glances away
Shifting of your physiology and body language
Fidgeting
Speed and rhythm of how you talk
If you sub-communicate these things, then it tells the other person that youre not confident. A
firm and steady gaze with a deep and comfortable breathing pattern exudes confidence.
Now if the subject is doing these normal defense mechanisms (or/and trance signals), this is a
great sign because it means that theyre building internal pressure and theyre responding to you
in the way you want them to.
This could mean that the subject either is going into a trance, or they have the potential to, in
which case you must build up that potential so it becomes so strong that any resistance to the
hypnotic trance is almost inescapable.

How to Use the Hypnotic Gaze Induction
Jan. 30 Stage and Street Hypnosis 4 comments

The Hypnotic Gaze Induction is a powerful piece of language that requires more thought behind
your actions and composure rather than words.
The hypnotic gaze induction can and will be used in many instances to run through the 4 Stage
Protocol with many of your subjects. This is a skill that once learned will absorb attention,
bypass critical factor, provoke an unconscious response and set the scene for you to direct that
response.
When you learn to do it correctly it really takes care of the trance induction process. You must
keep an eye on, no pun intended, the sub-communications you send and go first in the feeling of
good will. You want to transmit through your body language that you mean for this to be a
pleasant experience of mutual cooperation.
Finally you also need to be aware of the direct or indirect approach to take with each different
individual you are working with. For now you should be concentrating on the more direct
method of the hypnotic gaze but as time goes on you will be able to be less direct in this skill.
Keep in mind that you need to have your confidence up and your insecurities checked at the
door. All of this will help insure the best hypnotic gaze environment for both you and the person
you are working with.
Now you have heard and read in depth all about what the hypnotic gaze is and what it will do for
you as a hypnotist. Next, in this article, you will really dive into what this technique can do for
you. You will travel along the lines of what the hypnotic gaze induction procedure is: how it
starts, where it goes and where it ends.
You should not be surprised when the first step of this induction as with any induction is going
first. The things you will want to go first in are the projection of feelings like comfort, ease and
good will. You will use instant rapport techniques to project these feelings and states of being to
your listener through your sub-communications.
Of course you want to do this because these are the feelings and attitudes that are necessary for
your subject to feel upon entering hypnosis. You also want to go first in these matters because
you also need to enter a sort of trance. You will want to access an outside trance whereas your
subject will be going into an inside trance. These are both very different and necessary in an
induction.
The outside trance that you will be entering into will not be a picture of you slumped in your
chair feeling all glossy and glazy. The way you go into an outside trance or a hypnotists trance
is to expand yourself into the room.
Open up your senses. Expand your vision, hearing, and feelings into the room and really have a
sense of open awareness. Your attention should be focused outward and you will have no trouble
functioning in your environment.
In doing all this you really have just set up the environment for your subject, yourself and the art
of hypnosis. You have instilled a sense of comfort, ease and good will between you and your
subject and projected it into your environment as well using your instant rapport skills.
The next step in the hypnotic gaze induction is to focus your hypnotic gaze. You will do this by
first making eye contact. As you maintain that eye contact make sure you are aware to keep the
sense of good will and comfort flowing from your eyes.
You can do this by making them soft or through smiling eyes. No cold hard forced stares just
a soft focus with gently upturned corners of the eyes. This is a comfortable non intimidating
feeling. It may be helpful to remember this is a gaze not a staring contest.
As you start your induction you need to start on the outside and slowly move inside and then
beyond. This means you will start with the eye contact, and then slowly shift your gaze to
looking within them. It will seem as though you are looking 3-4 inches inside their head. This
will sub-communicate that you are going deeper within them and they should do the same.
After that you will again want to shift your gaze to looking at the back of their head and finally
completely through their head as if you are focused on an object 3-4 feet directly behind them; as
though you are staring right through their entire head.
What you are doing in all this shifting, focusing and re-shifting of your gaze is telling them with
your unconscious communications that it is time to go within. The deeper they see you go within
them the deeper they will unconsciously recognize they need to go.
This is a very important part of the induction and you must practice it and learn it well.
You can practice this with different objects or with people you are conversing with on a regular
basis. Practice the focus and shifting of your gaze, see how it changes and changes within you.
Get comfortable with it.
The third step in this induction is to use a hypnotic tonality. This should be an easy step to put
into action as you have probably been practicing this from the beginning of your hypnosis study.
To use your tonality you will use your voice to slow everything down and create space in your
language.
Tonality in the hypnotic gaze induction should be soft, calm and soothing. Think of how you
would console an injured child or animal.
You want to project yourself as trustworthy and exhibit kind calming sounds in your voice. You
will use these as you speak to your subject and as you gaze at them.
The fourth and final step is to describe the trance experience. This is where you begin to really
verbally let your subject know they are entering a trance. You will want to remember all the
signal recognition signs so you can describe in detail to the person what is
happening or what should be happening to them.
As you describe these signals it will let the person you are working with know that they are
entering a trance. The types of subjects to focus on here are the relaxation of the face, muscles
and eyes, as well as changes in their breathing and the way they perceive their environment. Any
of the trance signals in signal recognition are acceptable topics in this phase of induction.
Be sure to keep a good focus on your subject as you do this. If they actually begin to do any of
the things you are describing or other
trance signals you will want to take advantage of describing those exact things back to them in
order to reinforce the trance induction.
This creates a strong double feedback loop; you tell them what they should be doing, they do it,
you describe it back to them, so on and so forth. This is a strong sign that they are going into a
trance.
Ensuring all of these steps are taken and recognizing all the responses in the hypnotic gaze
induction is the recipe for a very powerful induction into a hypnotic trance.

How to Refine the Powerful Hypnotic Gaze Induction
The Hypnotic Gaze Induction is powerful indeed and know in how to use it will be a wonderful
tool for you in your practices. The hypnotic gaze induction in itself covers and accomplishes the
4 Stage Protocol all wrapped into one induction.
It does this through a series of phases which you will lead a person through using eye contact,
body language and tone of voice. A quick review of the four steps in the induction will help you
to get into the mode for this article.
The first step in hypnotic gaze induction is to go first. You will develop an instant rapport rich
with feelings of comfort and good will. You will put yourself in an outside trance to create
external focus.
The second stage is to apply your hypnotic gaze. In this you should display with your signals
complete confidence in your ability to induce trance. It is important to keep your gaze calm and
clear, but most of all steady and unwavering.
The third step in this induction is to alter your voice to a trance tonality. Use all the aspects you
can to create a calm voice that slows everything down. Make good use of your hypnotic
language and create a relaxing environment with the words and tones you use.
Finally the fourth step in hypnotic gaze induction is to still use your hypnotic language as you
create a double feedback loop for your subject. Tell them what you want them to do as far as
trance signals, and as they unconsciously put them into effect repeat back to them what it is they
are doing. This will reinforce their actions and lead them deeper into trance.
Now that you know how to do a hypnotic gaze induction you will want to not only practice it but
refine and perfect it as well. This is where this article comes in, you will learn techniques to
make your hypnotic gaze inductions run very smoothly and eventually go undetected by the
person you are putting into trance.
The first area of refinement that you will want to concentrate on is how to make your inductions
less direct. This is done through the art of overt and covert hypnotic voices. In learning this
concept keep in mind that your actual language will not change, this only really works on the
tonality you are using.
This is simply slowing the rate at which you change your tonality down so it is less obvious that
you are converting into a hypnotic tone. A good way to do this is to only change your regular
conversational voice slightly to be smoother on the ear.
When you do this there will be very few people who will actually notice you are using a hypnotic
tonality with them. The voice tone in this is much more normal but can have the same impact as
the very deep, slow, low trance voice people are used to hearing.
The idea of overt is the more obvious hypnotic tone of voice that you may use in some situations
and the covert is the more indirect and less obvious tonality you will use. Many times you will
make the decision of which to use based on the person and environment in which you are
dealing.
The second refinement technique that you will focus on is called my friend John/Jane technique.
In this technique you are not changing the words of the experiences you describe you simply
change who they are happening to.
Instead of describing a trance they will be or are going into you would describe the experience
your friend John or Jane had. This converts your instruction to a story about an experience
someone else had. It still sends the same message of the signals and such you want them to
experience, except it is easier to agree to as it is someone elses experience.
In this technique you are essentially creating a double reality for your listener. They are aware
on some level that you are really talking about them and the things they are experiencing or
doing but it is presented in a story about someone else.
The third and final refinement skill for hypnotic gaze inductions are to talk in extended quotes.
When you talk in extended quotes you are really just putting words into another persons mouth.
You use this to quote what another person may have said about something. In this the listener
hears you giving them information, almost as if it fact just because another person said it.
Because they view it as a statement that they can agree with, you cant deny what someone else
said there is little resistance. It goes in to their unconscious and becomes an embedded
suggestion that will help to send your listener into trance and actually have the experiences you
are leading with your quotes.
So in refining the hypnotic gaze induction you really have three concepts to put into action. The
first refinement is to change your tone of voice to create new voices that are less or more covert
and overt. The second refinement technique is to tell stories and experiences that happened to
other people to make embedded suggestions. And the third and final refinement is to use
extended quotes to make a thing agreeable and put into action by the subconscious.
In using these three refinements you will increase the power behind your hypnotic gaze
inductions to make them more efficient and powerful. This in the world of hypnosis is always a
positive aspect.
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