How to Hypnotize Anyone Effectively: Unlocking the Secrets of Mind Control and Hypnosis

By: William Michael

Copyright 2012 by William Michael

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When you hear of hypnosis, you tend to think of it as a way to get people to do your bidding, so imagine the surprise many feel when they find out that hypnosis is not a way to use minions to go forth and follow your commands.

Movies would have us believe that a hypnotic induction can turn an average person into an assassin, also not so.

Another myth is that the person who is hypnotized is actually asleep, so deep asleep that they do not have any control over what they are doing and will have no memory of what happens to them.

Many people, who after being taken out of the hypnotic trance find it hard to believe that they were even hypnotized, because they could hear everything said to them and they expected that to not be the case.

People who are hypnotized are actually just in a highly suggestive state, called trance, and they hear and remember everything. People who are able to help induce the trance state are the people who use hypnosis to help the people reach that trance state.

As a matter of fact, it is possible to put yourself into the state of trance, which is called self-hypnosis and is a very good tool for helping people with self-improvement, such as losing weight, stop smoking, gain confidence, overcome insomnia, and a huge variety of other things.

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