Dear Friend,
This is for you if you want to become a dynamic hypnotist who has ‘cracked the code’ of using conversational hypnosis in everyday conversations.
All you have to do is watch a 2-hour training I did (to a packed out room of 180 people) titled:
The “Secret Formula” That Turns Any Conversation Instantly Hypnotic
That training will give you everything you need to know to turn any conversation instantly hypnotic.
And you can have access to it today – in just a few minutes from now – to watch it on your desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone.
Here’s what I suggest you do:
Order the program, then scroll down to Video 7 in your training area, then hit play.
What you will then see is a DEMONSTRATION of how an advice-giving session gets turned…
Instantly Hypnotic
You will see a lady who has an annoyance issue with people who don’t do what they say they were going to do.
She says it really irritates her.
She says it’s a “6” on the emotional intensity scale (where “0” equals complete Zen, and “10” equals going nuclear about it).
You will see me sit down facing the woman in the chair opposite me, and you will see exactly how I turn the conversation instantly hypnotic.
It happens very quickly and seamlessly.
You will also see exactly how I create a hypnotic “feedback loop” with the lady whereupon she discovers (within herself) the unconscious-ability to self-correct her annoyance-issue.
The complete demo lasts about 10 minutes.
Yet there is a LOT going on (hidden to the “naked eye”) in the short DEMONSTRATION.
In fact, there is a hypnotic “secret formula” being played out “below the surface” in the DEMONSTRATION – (a seemingly friendly chat) — that causes an internal shift in the lady… to the point… that…
…by the end of it…
…she enthusiastically reports that….
She Can No Longer Find The Emotional Intensity Of the Issue
All within 10 minutes (and actually less than that!) of the hypnotic “chat.”
It happens that quickly.
I suggest you watch the DEMONSTRATION first.
Watch it very closely.
Watch it 2 or 3 times.
And notice the effect the hypnotic conversation has on the lady.
It is very dramatic “before and after” viewing.
But Guess What?
Even though you will have watched the DEMONSTRATION “up close” (and even if you watch it multiple times)… you will still not be able to figure out all the hypnotic-dynamics that caused the unconscious shift in the lady.
That’s why, after you watch the DEMONSTRATION 2 or 3 times, you will need to watch the entire training from start to finish (all 7 videos).
Only by doing so will you get the required “aha”… “oh, I see!”… insights and grasp the “invisible puzzle pieces” that go into turning any conversation instantly hypnotic.
Only by watching the full training will you know how to effortlessly leverage the hypnotic context of the conversation and unlock the unconscious potential in other people.
But, WHY, if you have been talking to people your entire life and generally getting along well with other people, do you even need to know how to turn any conversation hypnotic?
It’s a good question.
So let’s look at that.
For starters:
When you talk with a friend about the weather, about their holiday or what they’ve been up to the last time you met-up, there is likely to be a good connection between the both of you and a pleasant conversation will ensue.
You already know that. And, in such cases, there’s really no need to change your communication style.
But Here’s The Thing…
Normal (chit-chat) conversation works until it doesn’t work.
And it tends not to work so well once a conversation starts veering off from “safe topics” and gets into areas where an emotional reaction is likely to get triggered (or is already present) in the other person.
Basically, if the person you are conversing with is emotionally overwhelmed or upset over an issue and you use a communication style that we’ve all been culturally conditioned to use… well… then…
You Can Really “Hit A Brick Wall” In Your Communication
You have undoubtedly already experienced exactly that.
An example would be when a close friend or family member is upset over something and because you feel for them… you offer them sympathy.
All well and good it seems.
The sympathy (although completely sincere and well-meaning on your part) actually has the affect of disempowering the friend or family member you are trying to make feel better.
They will not feel your sympathy; they will feel their disempowerment.
And because it is you who are (unwittingly) triggering the feeling of disempowerment in them – they will begin to withdraw further and put up a barrier between you and them.
Eventually, if you keep on offering sympathy… they will begin to feel resentful toward you.
It can all happen very quickly. Unconsciously.
And you can end up wondering “What’s going on? I can’t understand why they’re shutting me out!”
Here’s Another Example Of How Things Can Quickly Fall Apart In A Conversation:
Another example would be when a close friend or family member is upset over something and because (from your experience or vantage point) you can see clearly the best course of action to take… you give them well-meaning advice.
Again, all okay, up to a point.
The advice you give (no matter how spot-on or well-meaning) more often makes the other person feel that – on some level – you are not fully understanding of their specific situation.
They may nod their head when you give your advice, and maybe even make the right noises – BUT… inside… they are feeling misunderstood, invalidated and even, disrespected by you.
Again, it can all happen very quickly. Unconsciously.
And you end up wondering “Did I say the wrong thing? They seem to be acting a bit distant from me since our last conversation!”
Have you ever offered somebody sympathy and it didn’t seem to work?
Have you ever given somebody really good advice and it’s fallen on “deaf ears”?
Have you ever been sympathetic AND given really good advice – and…
Found Yourself Frustrated At Your Inability To “Get Through” To Them?
We’ve all been there, right?
It can, at best, be frustrating.
At worst, it can really put a strain on a relationship or a friendship.
And the more you push on with the sympathy and the advice giving – the more you find yourself resenting the fact that the person you care about so much is being so stubborn and “unhearing” of your advice.
The point being:
With normal culturally-conditioned conversational styles we can quickly and inadvertently end up where both you and the person you thought you were helping, are rubbing each other up the wrong way.
When that happens it’s almost like an invisible barrier has come down between you. You can’t see the barrier of course. But you both know it’s there. You can both FEEL it.
Just Like The Feeling Of Two Positively
Charged Magnets Pushing Away
From Each Other