Conversational hypnosis is especially useful for marketers, copywriters, and even salespeople. Conversational hypnosis is a type of therapy that uses a hypnosis relaxation and a subliminal hypnosis technique. Conversational hypnosis is a technique that by manipulating words can elicit responses from the reader or the listener. Conversational hypnosis is a technique for manipulating words and communicating with someone’s subconscious without them being aware and using directed conversation and cues. This type of hypnosis is a frequently used method of inducing a person by means of the natural yet very directed conversation.
This is a very active form of subliminal communication directly with another person’s subconscious through the art casual conversation. This type of hypnosis is a hypnotic technique where you can fully influence another person’s thoughts and deeds through a simple conversation. This technique of modifying the subconscious of someone using a vast array of strategies is considered an important part of hypnosis and is therefore part of human development conversational hypnosis is taught widely in courses on dating, sales, marketing, and particularly advertisement.
Conversational hypnosis is used in to help make top sales figures and is a process just like normal hypnosis or direct style hypnosis. This is about getting others to listen to you. The process of inducing hypnosis and persons through straightforward conversation is a powerful process enabing its users to control the thoughts of others.
That is the theory. If true, the implications are staggering. We already know that advertising at its core is straightforward manipulation and its job is to motivate you to take action. But that is what we see on the surface, it is a particularly strong interest in the self-help area because we sometimes need to be aware of what we don’t know why we are aware of or think things. How we got certain ideas, perceptions, or beliefs is not always known. I suspect that if we were to review every thought and every belief we had during the day we could easily tie it back to some sort of direct influence and I would not be surprised if that influence is marketing related. Think about it. The mental images that you have of what looks good, what is appealing about a person’s appearance or a product or a belief comes from where? When you think of a soda for example, do you think of your favorite product first or do you think of the most advertised product, reject that, and try something else? It’s subtle but it’s there.
Now, with that in mind, think about how powerful the effect of subliminal methods undertaken by your own choice could be! If you can be influenced externally, without your direct participation, how much more effective with such techniques be with your willing participation? Chew on that one for a while…