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3 Simple Ways to Hypnotize People Rapidly


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There are many good ways to hypnotize people. Too many to list here in fact. However, the majority of them usually require long, tedious inductions to perform. And depending on the suggestibility of the person you are trying to hypnotize, you could spend 30-40 minutes or more just trying to get them to relax.

Fortunately, there are a few speed inductions we can use to hypnotize people that average 4 minutes or less. Not only will they save you time, but they can be every bit as effective as traditional trance induction. Here are a few . . .

1. The Dave Elfman Induction

This is loosely based on progressive relaxation inductions. Yet, instead of having your subject focus on relaxing individual parts of their body, the Elfman technique asks the person being hypnotized to relax their eyes and test that they remain closed. Once the eyes are relaxed, simply tell your subject to let the relaxation spread to the rest of their body. All the way down to their feet. Then, you count slowly from 1-5, pausing at each number to tell them they are becoming more and more relaxed. When performed correctly, this method can create light trance and catalepsy in around 4 minutes.

2. The Handshake Interrupt

The handshake interrupt is commonly described as instant hypnosis, but this isn't always the case. You usually need at least 1-2 minutes of rapport and suggestibility building before performing it. There are many variations of this induction, but here's the basic steps. Introduce yourself to someone you want to hypnotize. Smile and use open body language to engage the person. Then stick your hand out in front of you, waiting for a handshake. As the person lifts their hand to shake yours, grab it with your other hand suddenly. Immediately raise their hand in front of them and show it to them. As they are momentarily processing the confusion of the interrupt, give the command to “sleep". Experts can usually perform this induction in 2-3 minutes. However, it's not recommended for beginners until they gain more confidence and aptitude. This is one of the most dynamic ways to hypnotize people and it requires impeccable timing.

3. Ericksonian Hypnosis

Also known as covert or conversational hypnosis, this method requires almost no induction skills at all. By using simple confusion techniques, embedded commands, and a bit of good storytelling in your conversation, you can instantly captivate and effectively hypnotize a person within just a couple of minutes of first meeting them. The process is not only fast, but potent as well. Largely due to the fact that the person has absolutely no idea that you are hypnotizing them, your subject will be perfectly open to your suggestions and offer no resistance.

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