Hypnotic Language Patterns
Hypnotic language patterns can help you to amp up the persuasiveness of your language. As that old Chinese saying goes: A man who can speak well has the power of five. Yet, with hypnotic language patterns, you possess the power of hundreds. So studying, practicing and mastering them thoroughly will be of much value to you. Here they are listed:
Unspecified Nouns and Verbs
Unspecified Referential Indices
Unspecified Verbs and Adverbs
Connections in Time
Commentary Adjectives and Adverbs
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Here’s an example of a hypnotic language pattern:
I wouldn’t tell you to sign up for the free hypnosis course now, but you might want to know how the hypnotic techniques you’ll get can help you to become more successful in your professional life.
You see, when you put “I wouldn’t tell you to” at the beginning of a sentence, you basically insert any hypnotic command you want after that, without risking to build up hypnotic resistance.
When you use linguistic techniques like these, you want to use your intonation to make them more effective too – so modifying your tone of voice or intonation in some way for hypnotic commands. This is called analogue marking, and there are many ways of doing it. The trick is to do it so clearly that the subconscious mind of the person you’re trying to influence picks up on it, but not so obvious that they see right through you.
If I could show you a way to use hypnotic language patterns in your everyday life, would you be interested?
Again – there’s a hypnotic suggestion embedded in a “harmless” sentence. It’s a simple question I’m asking you, and while your conscious mind is preoccupied with answering the question, weighting the pros and cons of using hypnotic language patterns in your everyday life, your subconscious mind processes the hypnotic command to use hypnotic language patterns in your everyday life.
Now it takes systematic practice to really master hypnotic language patterns.
And there are many different ways to use them.
On their own, they aren’t really that effective.
But combine them together, stack them over each other, and all of the sudden your language becomes so much more persuasive and you can get people to do pretty much anything.