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Wednesday, October 3, 2007

The Real Secret to Quickly Hypnotizing Others in Conversation

So many people make a costly mistake when trying to get what they want from others. They learn every covert hypnosis technique around. They apply it. And no matter how hard they try or what they do, they just don't seem to get what they want.

Yes, you can get people to do whatever it is that you want them to using covert hypnosis. The tools are available for you to do it quickly and easily. But the problem is that most people are focused on the wrong things, and if they don't learn to change their focus, they'll never succeed.

What if you were told that you can experience anything in any social situation, and that covert hypnosis techniques only play a small role? That is, what if you were to learn a way where you can use your mind to send magnetic attraction to others?

Wouldn't you like to learn how to do this?

Look, you can set up your persuasion with potential lovers to already be attracted to you before you even say a word! Your sales partners will wonder how you're mysteriously attracting buying customers so frequently. You can use this secret to improve your relationships and here's the kicker: you can "set the stage" -- so to speak, without using covert
hypnosis yet!

I've read hundreds of books and been through hundreds of courses on persuasion and influence, and guess what? Nearly every single one of them FAILS to provide you with the most powerful secret application of communication, and only give you a bag full of tricks.

What's missing? Well, it all starts with what you allow yourself to FOCUS on. You can't escape this rule. It's absolutely necessary.

You wouldn't believe the amount of people that e-mail and call me all the time saying "Nathan, I have this problem how do I fix it?" All they are focused on is some covert hypnosis technique "quick-fix" to their current problem when it's much more than that.

I always tell them that their solution doesn't require some short-cut technique. They need to consider something better and immediately more powerful first, then to apply covert hypnosis.

It's really quite simple. STOP thinking about your problems, and start focusing on the SOLUTIONS! You see, as soon as you change your focus, you begin to see opportunities and develop new attitudes to get you the
desired result. If you only focus on what you don't want, your brain will go to work making you see only those things, and experience it over and over.

The trick to being successful in persuasion is to utilize certain laws of nature that work 100% of the time without fail. If you put your self into the moment of "right now" and you state what you intend to experience with others, and feel good about it, you'll certainly experience it.

Most people however that I tell this to tend to stay focused on the end result for too long. You can't do that. You have to learn to let it go with the expectation that the universe will deliver. The moment you do that, the moment it does.

Remember this is an absolute LAW that's proven to work every time without fail. See what you want, expect it, let it go and you'll get it. It's as simple as that.

Your ego, of course will tell you things that you can't have. It will tell you that it can't be that easy. It will remind you of all the times you screwed up in the past. It will do everything to protect itself from you changing.

You'll often here me say to others when they are trying to make a change: "Your intuition guides you when you let your ego rest."

If you're having problems in a certain social situation, learn to immediately "switch" those thoughts to what you desire to experience instead. The moment you decide to make the switch, and let it go, then your mind all of the sudden begins to seek out solutions and the universe goes to work on providing you with opportunities to experience it.

Now I'm willing to bet that you understand now how immediately more effective persuasion is when you combine this simple secret with all the other stealth psychological devices, don't you? Start with what you're thinking about, change it, and then combine those new experiences with your conversational techniques.

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