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Conversational Hypnosis: Should We All Be Allowed To Practice It?

Conversational Hypnosis or, as some like to call it, Covert Hypnosis may not be for everyone. Enticing it is, but then I can think of many other such temptations in life which are, more often than not, better left un-succumbed to.
Let’s face it: Wouldn’t you like to have the ability of being influential? Wouldn’t you like to have your family; friends and colleagues adopt your point of view willingly as if it were theirs – not yours? How would you like to be in a position where your “will be done” at any time with… no questions asked? By mastering the art of Conversational Hypnosis all this is possible.
But if you had that power, would you also have the discipline and decency to only use it for the good of all concerned and never abuse it?
When most people hear about the potent power of Conversational Hypnosis, one of the first things that might capture their imagination is: “Wow! I can get a lot out of this one.”

It is true that by using, for example, a technique that is called “instant rapport” you will be able to make total strangers drop their defenses, open up and share with you their most secretive aspect of their inner world. They will willingly hand you all the clues which you can then use to get them to do whatever you wish. Then, if you so desire, you can proceed with creating an “Instant Trigger” and thus cause the subject to let his or her deepest desires surface in which point, if that is your wish, you can have those desires gravitate towards you. Would you consider the idea tempting or repulsive?
I can see the idea of mastering the art of Conversational Hypnosis being tempting only if my motives are in harmony with the natural flow of life; if the outcome I desire from applying the technique on others is not for the purpose of exploitation. For example: I run a large company where I am in charge of production. Being able to Converse-Hypnotize my production manager so he or she are more motivated and thus production doubles, I’d consider none exploitive. For as long as I did not cross any ethical lines, namely, for as long as I did not cause that person to do anything immoral in order to double production, I have made a reasonable and, most likely, ethical use of the technique.
However, if I walk into a bank and Converse-Hypnotize the teller to hand me a bunch of cash which is not mine, or if I apply any of the techniques to get a person to do for me something he or she would, under normal circumstances, consider undesirable, immoral or in any way objective to him or her, in such a case, I have just crossed the line and abused my power.
Desiring to be charismatic and influential in life is a normal desire to have. Nothing is wrong in wanting to have your friends, family members and others adopt your point of view. And as long as they are happy about it, no harm is done. Always make sure that those points of view you want them to adopt are not self serving. The outcome must be to their benefit as well. It may be difficult to analyze what is the exact nature of your deeper motives before you apply Conversational Hypnosis on your subject, but the least that any decent person can, and should, do is try.

Conversational hypnosis can be learned by listening to simple hypnosis audios teachings with an instruction manual. There are various conversational hypnosis online courses that teaches this powerful skill. By learning the covert techniques of influence and persuasion, you will find use for them in almost all everyday situations. If you want to learn it yourself check out this site: conversational hypnosis.

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