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How To Skillfully And Powerfully Use Embedded Commands In Covert Hypnosis and Persuasion




Wouldn't it be nice if you could send people secret messages, messages that can make people do and feel whatever you want, all in the course of a normal conversation?

If you could persuade and influence people to do or think whatever you like, without them being any the wiser, and all during a normal, quick, and simple conversation?

Behold! Embedded commands!

Embedded commands are commands that you secretly hide within normal sentences, which go unrecognized by the conscious minds of those who you talk to, but slip right into the unconscious mind (the most important part when persuasion is concerned) of anyone you speak to.

there are many ways of using embedded commands, the simplest is just to mark out (with either a slight drop in the tone of your voice, a specific gesture or other sign to be used with the command only) the word which form your command.

for example, the command "learn hypnosis now" could be embedded in the sentence "I don't know what you want to learn, but with hypnosis you can really make a difference in your future, as well as the here and now," simply by marking out the words which make up the commands, so it becomes:"I don't know what you want to learn but with hypnosis you can really make a difference in your future, as well as the here and now."

Are you beginning to see how you can subtly lace your sentences with embedded commands so secret that no one will realize what you are up to? If you are, congratulations, you are on your way to becoming a master of covert hypnosis, if not, don't worry, this next trick will really skyrocket your skill with embedded commands!

It's called "phonological ambiguity" and its seriously sneaky.

basically, as in the English language many words sound the same, but have different meanings (to, too, two) you can enhance you skill at multi level communication buy saying something that they consciously recognize as one thing, but unconsciously recognize as another, and when you mark it out, become a powerful embedded command.

Two useful embedded commands which utilize phonological ambiguity are "like me," and "by now."
"like me" can mean both "similar to me", and the embedded command 'like me."

"by now" can be :buy now", or "by now", they sound the same, but have totally different meanings.

This is particularly powerful in sales:

"if you, like me, want quality products that you can afford, then by now, you should realize that our products will be perfect for you" on the surface his is just an ordinary sales line, but when you mark out the embedded commands it becomes a killer sentence full of hypnotic power. Do remember to keep your embedded commands short and to the point, and, for greatest effect repeat your embedded commands at least 3 times over the course of several sentences, remembering to mark them out.

So now you've learned about embedded commands and phonological ambiguity, and to hide and mark out your secret suggestions to unlock the true power of embedded commands. To help you take your covert hypnosis skills top the next level i have created a blog, which will give you the resources you need in your journey to master covert hypnosis, have a look now, its all free! http://thepersuasionpsychology.com PS: If you want to go for the real gold of covert hypnosis, and take your covert hypnosis skills to the level of the true masters, make sure you read the articles carefully and Watch the free videos designed to teach you the skills of masters like Milton Erickson and Derren Brown http://thepersuasionpsychology.com Robert M. endorses Nathan Thomas is an internationally recognised master of covert hypnosis, currently living in Auckland, New Zealand.




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