Conversational Hypnosis

Conversational hypnosis is the art and science of inducing hypnotic trances in people while you in normal conversation. It is meant to be less dramatic than clearly set hypnotic experiences whether they are therapeutic or entertaining.
It can be used in several avenues, either as a start for a hypnotherapy session to ease the patient into a trance and preset the mood for transformation, or by sales people, professional presenters, etc.

In therapy, it is an extremely useful tool, because hypnotherapy is most effective when the client doesn't think the real hypnosis work has started, and therapists can really make use of this to prepare for most of their work, and the actual trance is really just the finishing touches.

Naturally, this style of hypnosis involves a light trance and nothing majorly overt, to the point where you really want to avoid taking subjects into anything deeper as they begin to feel weary about feeling that way with a complete stranger. Additionally, once rapport is established, there is no need for a trance and one can utilize embedded commands through stories and metaphors.  An art that has emerged related to this is hypnotic story-telling, where the story acts as an induction as well as hidden suggestions and embedded commands.

One thing I've noticed when writing about hypnosis, is that you can attempt to describe the process to readers, but unless they have some experience, it is really difficult to get a sense of what is read. This is probably why some people believe they can't be hypnotized, primarily because they have an idea of what hypnosis is that isn't in line with the reality of hypnosis, which is a naturally occurring phenomena, and it can work in our favor or against it, the purpose of learning hypnosis is to learn how to harness this natural power we have to our favor and as a force for good.

Parents can use it to put their children to sleep at night but also implant messages of confidence, self esteem, better performance, and to help them dream wonderful dreams, there is a special art called hypnotic story telling that aims to help people tell hypnotic stories without even thinking about it and allow their creative imagination to provide all the details while engaging the listeners.

Whatever your intention with conversational hypnosis, keep in mind two things: First, consider receiving training by a master practitioner, and second, consider daily practice, especially with storytelling as the more you do it, the better you become. In practicing stories, make it a point to tell everyone one you meet a quick story and you'll find out that by the end of the first year, you have already become a master.

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