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NOTI CE : Thi s i s c o pyri ght e d mat e ri al. Thi s m a te ri a l is t h e I n te lle ct u a l Pro p er ty of Hy p n o sis S e cr et s, I n c, and m a y n o t be c o p ie d , s h a re d , di st ri bu te d o r r e so ld. Y o u ma y N O T r es e ll t h is it e m . V iol ators w il l b e pro se cuted .

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Cop yri gh t N oti ce: T he I ndir ec t H ypnos is Fla sh C ar ds w er e de ve lope d a nd of fe re d f or s ale by Hy pnos is S ecret s, In c. as a b reakt hrou gh m et ho d f or l earn in g and p ract ic in g t he art o f In di rect Sug ge stion. W e ha ve inv es te d s ubs ta ntia l t im e a nd e ff or t in c re atin g a us ef ul pr od uc t t ha t he lps pe ople qu ic kl y m as te r I ndir ec t Sug ge stion. T his pr oduc t is p rote ct ed u nde r Fe de ra l C opy ri gh t la w a nd is the in te lle ct ua l pr ope rt y of Hy pnos is Se cr et s, I nc . C opy ing , sh ar ing , dis tr ib uting , or r es elli ng the I ndir ec t H ypnos is Fla sh C ar ds is e xpr es sl y pro hibi te d. L et m e be v er y dire ct : Y ou d o n ot h av e t he r ig ht t o co py , di st ri but e, auct io n or re sel l t hi s p ro d uct or t he m at eri al it co nt ai ns i n any f or m at . S peci fi cal ly pro hibi te d i nc lu de b ut a re n ot lim ite d to the f oll ow ing : e -m ailing th is w ork to othe rs, pos ting this w or k on a w ebs ite , of fe ring this w ork f or sa le , a uc tioni ng this w ork on e B ay or a ny othe r a uc tion s ite , s ha ri ng on t he in te rn et , or dis tr ibuti on in a ny f or m ( ele ct ronic or printe d) t o ot he rs. D oing so is ill eg al , a nd w e w ill ta ke le ga l a ction if y ou try to re se ll, copy or dis tr ibute th is pr oduc t in an y w ay .

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Disc la im er an d Le ga l N otic e: T his prod uc t is s old a s inf orm ation o nly . T he pur ch as er or us er of this inf or m ation is so le ly re spons ible f or the us e of th e inf orm ation c on ta ine d in this c ours e. N eithe r B ill O ’C onne ll n or H ypnos is Se cr et s, I nc ., a ss um es or accep ts liab ility fo r th e us e o r m isu se of the inf or m ation c on ta ine d in t his pr og ra m . N o w ar ra nt y of a ny k ind is e xpr es se d or im plie d, inc lu di ng m erc ha nta bility o f f itne ss fo r a pa rtic ula r p urp os e. W hile a ll a tte m pts ha ve be en m ade to v er if y the inf or m ation pr ov ide d in this c ourse , n eithe r the a uth or n or the p ublis he r a ss um es a ny re spons ibility f or e rrors , om is si ons , or c ontra ry inte rpre ta tio n of the subje ct m atte r he re in. T his course is no t i nt end ed f or us e as a so ur ce o f l egal o r ac counti ng a dv ic e. T he publ is he r w ants to s tr es s tha t the in fo rm ation c on ta ine d he re in ma y b e su bj ect to vary in g st at e an d o r l ocal la w s o r regu la ti on s. A ll u sers are ad vi sed to re ta in c om pe te nt c ou nse l to de te rm ine w ha t sta te a nd or loc al la w s or re gu la tio ns m ay apply .

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T ips f or L ear ni ng I n di re ct Hy p nos is : P racti ce o ne p hra se at a ti m e M ak e i t fu n! In ters pers e i n di re ct h yp noti c ph ras es i nt o eve ry d ay con vers ati on . P ri nt y ou r I n di rect Hy pn osi s F lash C ar ds a n d h ave t he m 3 -h ol e p u nc he d s o th at t he y c an be ke pt in a bi n de r. S om e s tu de nt s h av e h ad e ac h c ar d la m in at ed, an d y ou m ay w ant t o c ons id er d oi ng t h e s am e.C ar ry y our s et of in di re ct hy p n os is f las h c ar ds w it h y ou s o t h at y ou c an r ev ie w th em t hr oug ho ut y our day .

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Pr e-Su ppo si ng The Po si tiv e: “I’ m w on de ri ng h ow q ui ck ly you w ill w an t to _ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __. (C le an y ou r r oo m say ye s” t o m y pro p osal go o ut w it h m e on a dat e, et c. You are no t w on deri ng if t he y w il l w ant t o, o nl y how qui ck ly the y w ill w an t to . Th is p re -su pp ose d t h ey w ill s ay ye s… th e o nly qu es ti on is ho w q ui ck ly?)

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Pr e-Su ppo si ng The Po si tiv e: “H ow s ur pr is ed w ill yo u b e w he n yo u r ea liz e you ha ve _____ n ext w ee k?” (Lost th e de si re to s m ok e… d ev el op ed a n i rre si sti bl e ur ge to ex erci se ea ch da y… di sc ov er ed a w on d erf ul n ew in terest or ho b by ? It’s n ot i n q uesti on if yo u w ill m ak e the r ea liz at ion , on ly h ow su rp ri se d you w ill b e w he n yo u m ak e the r ea liz at ion ne xt w ee k. Th is p re -supp ose d th at you w ill b e s ur pr ise d, and t ha t you will real iz e th e d esi re d c ha ng e. )

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Pre-Su ppo sin g the Po sitiv e C om b in ed w ith a n E m be d de d C omm an d: “A p er son ca n, yo u kn ow , b ec om e i nt en se ly cu ri ou s ab ou t le arn in g s om et hin g n ew .” (Th e u n derl in ed p orti on of t he s en te nc e i s th e e m b ed de d co mman d, d el ivere d w ith a sl ig ht ly al tered v oi ce to ne or v oi ce i nfl ecti on .)

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Usin g Su rp rise to I nter rup t a Neg ativ e Pa tte rn : “L OOK ! OV ER THERE! (At a ny th in g…it d oe sn ’t m atter. T he n a br up tly cha ng e th e s ub ject, O h, n ever m in d, it w asn ’t i m po rta nt. B y th e w ay…I’ve b ee n m ean in g to a sk you ab ou t som et hi ng… (As k the m a b ou t a fa vo rite ho bb y o r pa st ti m e, o ne t ha t they ha ve a n at ur al pr op en si ty to b eco m e a bs or be d w ith for h ou rs. Th e i de a h ere i s to b re ak t he ha bi tua l, n eg ati ve pa tter n a n d th en link t he i nterr up tio n to a po sitiv e sta te. Do th is of te n e n oug h a nd t he in te rr upt io n a n d n ew li n k be co m e a n a ut om at ic pa rt of t h e pa tte rn .)

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M irror Th ei r B reath in g Rate: If yo u w ill a dju st th e ra te a t w hic h yo u s pe ak t o th e r ate o f your sub je ct’s br ea th in g, th is w ill o fte n in du ce a po w er fu l r app or t (a sta te o f li ki ng an d t ru st). Th is is espe ci al ly t rue i f y ou c om b in e t hi s w it h ot he r ra p port -i n du ci ng beh avi ors, s uc h as m irro ri ng th ei r b od y p ostu re (s itti ng li ke t hey si t, for ex am pl e), k ey h an d g estu res, ke y i de as, p hra ses etc. Th e m or e y ou b eco m e “ li ke th em ” th e more th ey w il l ten d to “lik e you ”. B e s ub tle . Y ou w an t to gr ac ef ully m ir ro r the m , no t m im ic th em .

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In du ce Al tere d S tates N at ural ly : “C an y ou r em em b er a ti m e w he n y ou fo u nd y ou rs el f d ee pl y ab so rb ed in th ou gh t? Wh en y ou w ere so en gr os se d i n yo ur ow n th ou gh ts th at y ou b ec am e te m p or ari ly un aw ar e o f w ha t w as go in g o n a roun d you ? C an you t hi n k ba ck t o a t im e w he n t his occ urr ed ? A sp ec if ic ti m e? An d w hi le y ou are re m em b eri ng th at ti m e, I’ m w onde ri ng if y ou c an f ul ly r em em b er e xac tl y w hat it looke d l ike an d y ou m ay be ab le t o rec al l certai n so u nd s…p erh ap s voi ces…a n d I d on ’t r eal ly k n ow …y ou m ay st ar t t o be co m e aw ar e… now of how y ou f el t bac k t he n. A pe rs on c an, y ou kn ow , be co m e co m plet ely a bs or be d in a p le asa nt ti m e fr om y ou r pa st …th at’s rig ht…”

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In du ce Al tere d S tates N at ural ly (Con ti nu ed ): “… and as y ou c ont in ue t o f ul ly e xpe ri en ce t hat t im e, as if it w er e ha p pe ni ng r ig ht no w th ere’s n o n ee d to p ay att en ti on to a ny th in g ex cep t th e so un d of m y voi ce th at ’s r ig ht an d y ou may f ind t h e s oun d of m y v oi ce t o be ve ry so oo oo th in g… an d som et im es a p er son is s urp ri se d t o f ind t he y c an le t yo ur se lf ju st rela x co m pl etely …tha t’s ri gh t…a llo w in g a ll o f th e stress, a nd a ll o f th e te ns io n to ju st f-l-o -w o ut o f y ou r bo dy …so rela xed …so c al m rea lly e njo yi ng th e ex peri en ce… an d w on de ri ng …r eal ly w on deri ng …h ow a p ers on can b eg in to t hi n k ab ou t ho w g ood it feel s…to ju st al lo w y ou rsel f to e njoy th e ex peri en ce… n-o-w

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T im e B inds : “A s yo u p ra ct ic e and s tud y ___ __ yo u m ay b egin t o f ee l m or e com for ta bl e and con fi de nt o ver t he n ex t fe w w ee k, or i t m ay b eg in t o h ap pe n mu ch so on er. (I t m ay ha p pe n n ow or it m ay ha pp en la te r. I t do es n’ t m at te r w he n it h app en s. A n d w he n it ha pp en s is no t in qu es tion . I t is g oin g to h app en it’s ju st a m att er o f wh en )

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Do ub le -B in ds: Do ub le -b ind s ar e a ls o c alle d “th e illu sion o f c h oi ce ”. Yo u o ff er t w o c ho ic es ( or m or e) g ivi ng th e a pp ea ra nce t h at th e pers on h as free c h oi ce. Bu t i n re al it y, ei th er choi ce l ea ds t o t he re sul t desi re d ( a p osi ti ve c h ang e i n t ho ug ht or b eh avi or, a n ew in si gh t, co m p li an ce w ith a req u est, etc. ) E xa m pl e: t h e ph ys ic ian a sk s, “W ou ld yo u li ke m e t o giv e you t he in je ct ion in you r left a rm o r y ou r rig ht? (Eith er w ay , y ou a re g ettin g th e i njectio n. ) E xam pl e: t h e s al es pe rs on a sk s, W oul d y ou l ike y ou r pay m en ts on t he 1 st of t he mo n th o r t h e 1 5 th ? (Eith er w ay , a ssu m in g y ou a re g oin g to m ov e fo rw ar d w ith th e pu rc ha se . Wh at sal es trai ne rs c al l th e “ ass u m p ti ve cl ose” w hi ch m ean s th e s al es pers on d oes no t as k i f y ou a re g oi ng to m ak e t he pu rc ha se ; th ey assu m e y ou are go in g t o m ak e t h e pu rc ha se .)

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Do ub le -B in ds: “Y ou m ay di sc ov er t hat t aki ng a br is k w al k e ac h m or ni ng is a w onde rf ul w ay t o ex erci se an d start y ou r d ay off ri gh t. Or y ou m ay act ual ly b e s ur pri se d to fi n d t hat a r el ax in g w alk e ac h e ve nin g is m or e to yo ur li ki ng .” (E it he r w ay p re -s u pp os in g, an d in di re ct ly s ugge st in g, t ha t yo u ar e go in g f or a w al k eac h d ay .)

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P roces s In st ru cti on s: P roces s i nstr ucti on s g ui de t he t ho ug hts of oth ers w ith ou t offeri ng sp eci fi c c on te nt. Th ey offer g en er al ized s ug ge sti on s t hat a p erso n m ay b e m ore rece pt iv e t o b eca us e th e a re su gg este d ind irectly , a llo w in g th e sub ject to fill in the c on te nt t ha t is m ean in gf ul t o t he m . “I onc e ha d a c li ent w ho w as de li ght fu ll y s ur p ri se d t o l ear n t ha t s he c oul d e li ci t t he ty pe s of p os it ive c h ang es s he w ant ed f ro m he r h us ba n d by r ew ar di ng hi m w it h he r atten ti on on ly w hen h e be ha ve d i n w ay s th at w ere p leasi ng to h er. (Note th ere a re n o s peci fi cs i n t he w ord in g i n th is ex am pl e, o nl y g en eral iz ed in str uc tion s. Th is a ll ow s th e c lie nt o r s u bj ec t t o fill in th e c on te nt tha t b est s uits th em .)

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Tel l A S eri es of Lon g W an d eri n g Tal es: W ith in th ese tal es, in ters pe rse “ lesso ns ” l ear ne d b y ot her pe op le , at oth er ti m es. You c an h ave t he tal es b le n d i nt o on e a not her. Th is is a w on de rf ul w ay to i nd irectl y offer s ug ge sti on s. T hi s “ se am le ss bl en di ng ” of s to ri es h as a w ay of c onf us in g an d di st ra ct in g t he su bc on sc io us m ind s o t h at s ug ge st io n s c an b e of fe re d, in di re ct ly , t o t he un co ns ci ous mi n d.

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Tel l A S eri es of Lon g W an d eri n g Tal es – E xa m pl e: “I had a f ri en d o nc e w ho l ove d to r ea d b oo ks . S he w oul d r ead no ve ls a n d f in d hers el f d eep ly a bso rb ed in t hes e stori es…s om eti m es fo r h ou rs a t a ti m e…g oi ng in si d e an d f or ge tt ing ab ou t e ve ry th in g t hat is ar ou n d y ou… and a pe rs on c an r eal ly en jo y do in g t his …n ow if y ou w ant t o… and how s he love d t o re ad a bo ut t h e ch ar ac ters, a n d th e tw is ti ng , tu rn in g p lots…a n d th e su rp ri se s t hat c om e u p fro m ti m e t o t im e… an d a pe rs on c an ea si ly g o i ns ide y ou r ow n m ind now and p ay at te nt io n t o n ot hi ng but t he s ou nd of m y voi ce and he r be st f ri en d ha d a ho b by too…a n d sh e co ul d fi n d h ersel f lo st i n th e ex peri en ce of d oi ng s om et hi ng s he love d… pay ing no at te nt io n t o w hat w as ar ou n d h er ju st r el ax in g now and no ti ci ng h ow m u ch a p erso n ca n re al ly en joy th e ex peri en ce

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In N o P ar ti cul ar Or de r Th ese s car ds are se q ue nce d i n n o p arti cu lar o rd er. Th e w on de rf ul th in g a bo ut in di rect co mm u n icati on p att er n s i s th ere i s n o “ cor rect” or der or “w ron g” w ay to us e a s pe ci fi c pat te rn. B y r ev ie w ing t he c ar d s f ro m t im e t o t ime , y ou m ay be gi n t o no tic e th at y ou feel c om fo rta bl e n ow in tersp er si ng so m e of th es e p atte rn s i n y ou r every da y co nv ersati on s w ith th ose ar ou n d y ou . An d y ou m ig ht be gi n to fi n d t h at p eop le are m or e rece pt iv e to yo ur c omm u n icati on s be ca u se y ou are m eeti ng th em a t th ei r m od el of th e w orl d. Usi n g i nd irect hy pn osi s is a w ay to “ sp ea k th ei r l an gu ag e” w hi le offeri ng n ew ch oi ces i n a m an n er th at i s ve ry e nj oy abl e a nd no n-th re at en in g t o ot he rs .

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En ter T hei r M od el of T he W orl d: On e of th e fi rst t hi ng s M il ton Eri ck son w ou ld d o w as m eet e ac h cl ie nt at th ei r m od el of th e w orl d. He acce pt ed th em ju st as th ey p res en te d t he m sel ves, w ith al l of th ei r un iq ue, in di vi du al trai ts a n d co m p le xi ti es. He acce pt ed t hei r p rob le m s. He acce pt ed th ei r sto ri es. He l is ten ed to t hei r p ai n an d pa id atte nt io n w ith d eep in tere st. He d id n ot arg ue, ju dg e or resi st. Y ou c an d o t he s am e by us in g phr as es s uc h as , “ Y es , t hat ’s r ig h t. “I und er st an d. A n d “ T el l m e m or e. ” A nd y ou m ay w ant t o us e f ac ial e xpr es si ons an d b ody la ng ua ge t o ge nt ly e nco ur ag e t h em t o ke ep t al ki ng, a lw ays b eing v er y w arm and rece pt iv e as th ey tel l th ei r story . S im pl y p ati en tl y an d cal m ly li sten in g to h is cl ie nt s w as one w ay M il ton E ri ck so n b eg an t o bui ld a s tr ong s ens e of t rus t.

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En ter T hei r M od el of T he W orl d: Sit lik e yo ur c lie nt s its . Sta n d lik e the y s ta n d. I f th ey s p ea k sl ow ly , s lo w d ow n yo ur rate of s pee ch t o m at ch t hei rs. If th ey sp ea k f ast, p ic k u p y ou r rate of s pee ch t o m atc h th ei rs. If th ey sp ea k l ou dl y, ad ju st y ou r voi ce vol u m e t o m atc h th ei rs . If th ey sp ea k s oftly , y ou sp ea k s oftly . Yo u g et the id ea , d on ’t y ou ? Th e ke y p ri nci pl e i s: “ P eop le l ik e p eo pl e w ho are l ik e t he m ”. B y b eco m in g “ li ke” th e ot her pe rs on (su btl y m irr or in g th ei r p ost ure a n d v oi ce q u al iti es) y ou un co ns ci ou sl y i nd uc e r ap p or t, a s ens e of t rus t an d l ik ing .

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M et apho r: M etap ho r i s a w on derf ul w ay to offer su gg esti on s i n di re ctl y. R ath er th an tel l a pers on w hat th ey ou gh t to do , y ou c an s ug ge st th e i d ea t hro ug h m et ap h or. F or e xa m pl e, if a c li ent is s om ew hat t im id a n d y ou w ant t o e nc our ag e t he m t o be m or e asse rti ve, y ou m ay offer t he fol lo w in g m et ap ho r: “I h ad a cl ie nt o nc e w ho tol d me th at w hen sh e real ly w an ted s om et hi ng s he h ear d a li ttl e voi ce i nsi de h er he ad t hat sai d, ‘al w ay s re m em b er t hat i t’ s th e s qu ea ky w heel th at g et s oi le d’ , an d s he f ou nd t hi s t o b e m os t us ef ul .”

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Sto ry Te llin g: S tori es ca n b e en tertai ni ng an d en li gh te ni ng . Tol d by a m aste r story tel ler, a sto ry can b e a po w erfu ll y m ovi ng ex peri en ce. In y ou r l if e y ou h av e p rob ab ly co m e acr oss pe op le w ho te ll so rt ie s ve ry d ram atic ally, w ith gr ea t e nt hu si as m , e ne rgy, c on vic tion an d e m ot io n. T he w or ds t he y u se an d t he a m ount of de ta il t he y pr ov id e ha s a ten de ncy to ca pt ure t he i m ag in ati on of th e l is te ne r. Th is ca n m ak e th e story see m very real . S tu dy m asterf ul sto ry tel lers, recor d th em in a cti on if y ou ca n, an d b eg in de ve lo pi ng y our o w n a bility to tell p ers ua siv e st or ies in ri ch , v iv id d et ail. Th ere is a re as on w hy b rillia nt sto ry te lle rs a re o fte n r ef er re d t o a s “h ypno tic ”.

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Wh at is I nd ir ec t H ypn osis? Ind irect hy pn os is is the a rt of ind u cin g a nd u tilizin g a lter ed st at es o f co ns ci ou sness in oth ers t hro ug h t he u se of i n d irect su gg esti on , al so kn ow n as con ve rsati on al or cov ert h yp n osi s. Th e p ri m ar y reas on for u si ng in di rect hy pn osi s v ers us tra di ti on al d irect hy pn osi s i s th at p eo ple te n to b e less re sista nt to ind ire ct m et ho ds. E ve ry s ug ge st io n t h at c an b e g ive n di re ct ly , us in g t ra di ti on al h ypnot ic m et ho ds , c an al so b e g iven i ndi rect ly t hro ug h t he us e of st or ie s, m et ap ho rs, a nal og ie s, e m b ed de d co mm an d s, in ter sp ersal , a n d ot her fo rm s of i n di rect s ug ge sti on .

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Pr e-Su ppo si ti on – E xam pl e: “H ow de li ght ed w ill y ou be w he n y ou r eal iz e how g ood y ou c an fe el w hi le doi ng __ __ __ __ __ ?” T hi s q ue st ion pr e-su p pos es , or as su m es in a dv an ce , t h at y ou w ill be de li ght ed a n d feel g ood ab out s om et hi ng . It al so ass u m es t h at y ou w il l do t hi s so m et hi ng . P re-su pp osi ng th e p osi ti ve ha s a w ay of creati ng a c on tex t w here wh at i s b ei ng su gg este d w ill o cc ur n at ur ally.

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Pr e-Su ppo si tion W it h Ti m e B ind – E xam pl e: “It m ay be la te r toda y, p er hap s it m igh t be tom or ro w , o r m aybe it w ill b e la te r th is we ek w he n yo u re ally b egin t o t hink ab ou t ____ __ __ __ __ __ __ .” T hi s sug ge st io n ass u m es i n ad va nc e t h at y ou w ill t hi n k a b out _ ___ __ __ , i t’ s onl y a qu es tion o f w he n. Th is se ts the u n co ns ci ou s e xp ec ta tion tha t the liste ne r w ill th in k ab ou t w hat i s su gg ested , a n d p rovi de s th ree op ti on s f or w hen th e ex peri en ce w il l occ ur.

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P re-S up p osi ti on E xa m pl e O n e: “H ow d el ig ht ed w ill y ou b e w hen y ou re al ize ho w very m uch I l ove y ou ?” Th is su gg esti on sta ck t hree pr e-su pp osi ti on s: 1 .) th at y ou d o i n fact l ov e th e pers on , 2.) th at th ey w ill b e d eligh te d, an d 3.) th ey w ill r ea liz e yo u d o lov e th em . Th e on ly th in g in qu es tio n is th e de gree o f th e d elig ht t hey w ill e xp erien ce w hen they rea lize th ese t hi ng s.

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Pr e-Su ppo si ti on – E xam pl e T w o: “H ow su rp ri se d w ill yo u b e ne xt w ee k w he n yo u s u dd en ly d isc ov er tha t yo u ar e nat ur al ly and aut om at ic al ly dr aw n t o e at ing he al th y, lo w f at f oods ?” T hi s s ug ge st io n p re -s up p os es t h at y ou w ill be s ur pr is ed, y ou w ill di sc ov er t hat , a nd yo u w ill b e n atur ally a n d au to m atic ally b e dr aw n to w ar ds e ating h ea lth y lo w fa t foo ds. Th e o nl y th in g i n qu esti on is th e de gree to w hi ch y ou w il l b e su rp ri se d.

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P re-S up p osi ti on E xa m pl e Th ree: “H ow m u ch f u n c an yo u and I h av e w he n w e _ __ __ __ __ __ __ t his Sa tu rd ay?” T his s ugge st ion a ssu m es in a d va nc e t h at yo u and t he o the r pe rs on a re go in g t o do so m et hi ng t oge th er o n Sa tu rd ay ( go f is hin g, s ee a m ov ie , go out t o d inn er , e tc ) an d th at you w ill h av e fun do in g it. It’s o nly a qu es ti on o f ho w m uc h fun yo u w ill h av e!

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C re at ing Y ou r Ow n P re -S upp os it io ns : Use th e f ol lo w in g m od el s to cre ate p re-s up p osi ti on s of y ou r ow n: “H ow q ui ck ly w ill yo u r ea lize t ha t ____ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ _? “I am w on de ri ng w he n yo u w ill d is cov er _____ __ __ __ __ __ __ _? “H ow d eligh te d w ill yo u b e w he n yo u f ind you rs el f ____ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ _ n ex t T ue sd ay?” “W ill yo u c h oo se to s top ____ __ __ __ __ _ b ec au se you w an t to e n d th e pa in o f t his li m it ing b eh avi or, or w il l y ou st op bec au se y ou are draw n t ow ards l iv in g a m or e po si ti ve , h ea lt hy liv e?” “D o y ou w an t to cl ea n y ou r ro om b ef ore di n ner, o r w ou ld y ou rath er d o i t ri gh t after d in ner?

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E m be d de d C omm an ds : How to create E m b ed de d C omm an d s: Ta ke an y d irect stat em en t o r co mm an d a nd en case i t w ith in a q uesti on , sto ry , or a nal og y.V is ua lly, v oc ally o r ta ct ic ally “ m ar k ou t: the c om m and po rt ion . Ex am pl e: “H ow de li ght ed w ill y ou be w he n y ou ta ke th e t im e n ecessa ry t o m ast er gi vi n g em be dd ed comm an ds ?” Th e u n derl in ed a nd it al ic iz ed p orti on of th e se nt en ce i s g ivi ng sp eci al e m p h asi s ei th er by s li ght ly al te ri ng t he t one of y ou r v oi ce , m aki ng a u ni q ue h and or f ac ial ge st ur e, or by t ou chi ng or g ent ly s que ez in g t he ot h er p er son’ s ha n d or s ho ul de r w hen y ou sp ea k t he e m b ed de d co mm an d. F or au di o ex am pl es of h ow to d o th is , pl eas e refe re nce t he tw o au di o CD set p rog ra m Di sg ui se d Hy p nosi s b y B ill O ’Con n ell.

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C re at e Y our Ow n E m be dd ed C omm an d s: “A p er son ca n now be gin to _ ___ __ __ __ _. “H ow qui ck ly will y ou d isc ov er t ha t ____ __ __ __ __ __ __ ?” “I’ m w on de ri ng h ow d eligh te d yo u w ill b e w he n yo u find y our se lf __ __ __ __ __ _.”

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E m be dd ed C om m and s – E xam pl e On e: “Y ou m ay d is cov er t ha t yo ur unc onsc ious m in d will a u to m atic all y le t y ou know whe n yo ur b ody is f u ll , or y ou m ay di sc ov er t h at y our unc ons cio us mi nd wil l s u rp ri se y ou by n at u ra lly redu cin g yo u r de sire fo r foo ds h ig h in s u ga r o r f at or yo u r su bc on scio u s m in d m ay ch oo se t o do b ot h , I r eal ly don’ t kn ow w hi ch of t he se it w ill be .”

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E m be dd ed C om m and s – E xam pl e T w o: “I had a c li ent o nc e w ho w ant ed t o l os e w ei ght . A nd s he s tr ug gl ed, co n sci ou sl y to d o so. On ly w hen s he d eci d ed t o le t y our su bc onsc io us m ind ta ke o ve r di d s h e be gi n t o m ak e th e ch an ge s sh e de si red , f in di ng th at yo ur s u bc ons cious m ind N O W c an inc re ase y our de sire to e xe rc ise for thirty m in u te s d aily . An d it w as th e m ost a m az in g th in g t h at a p ers on c oul d re al ly ma ke th at c hange now w ith ou t e ven h av in g to t hink ab ou t it c on sc iou sl y.”

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E m be d de d Co mm an ds Ex am pl e Th ree: “A m an o nc e c am e t o m e w it h t he d es ir e t o l os e w ei ght . I li st ene d as he t ol d m e hi s story . W h en h e w as fin ish ed , I told h im , ‘Do n ot devel op n ow th e u n co n sci ou s an d au to m at ic d esi re t o go f or l on g, wo n derfu l o n e-h ou r w al ks every da y.

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E m be d de d C omm an ds E xa m pl e F our : “T he u nc ons ci ou s m ind i s m or e pow er ful t ha n t h e c ons ci ous m ind, y ou know . I t’ s a fu nn y t hi ng h ow , wit ho ut e ven t hink in g ab ou t it c on sc io u sl y, a p er son c an make the po si ti ve ch an ge s you d esi re ri gh t NOW wi th ou t a n y con sci ou s eff ort wh at so ever. A nd I’ m w ond er ing how s ur pr is ed y ou w il l be w he n y ou di sc ove r t h at th e ch an ge is alr eady s tar tin g t o h ap pe n N O W .”

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E m be dd ed C om m and s – E xam pl e Fiv e: “Qu it ti ng sm ok in g is a v er y h ard t hi ng t o d o – c on sc io us ly. T h e ke y is t o a sk you r un co ns ci ou s m in d t o di sc ov er a de li ght fu l ne w ur ge t o t ak e t he pl ac e of t h e ur ge t o sm ok e. A n d a pe rs on c an, y ou kn ow , s u dd en ly fin d y ourse lf wi th an irre sistible ur ge to d o s om eth ing ne w, fre sh and d elic iously he al thy . An d I’ m n ot su re j ust w hat it m igh t be , bu t you r un co nsc iou s m ind w ill le t yo u kn ow w he n th e ti m e is r igh t.”

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E m be dd ed C om m and s – E xam pl e Six : “I ’m w onde ri ng , r ea ll y w onde ri ng , i f y ou w ill ma ke this c han ge y ou de si re this w ee k or if it w ill ta ke un til n ex t w ee k, o r if w ill a ctu ally h app en soo n er . An d it do es n’t real ly m atter as lo ng as the c h an ge will oc cu r n atura lly an d be c om ple te .”

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