Here are a few examples of sensory based words that someone might say during
conversation to help you determine which internal representation over-powers the rest:
Look, focus, examine, see, clarify, reveal, illustrate.
Say, discuss, remark, speechless, clear, silence, shout.
Touch, contact, handle, push, hold, scrape, gentle.
Scented, stale, fishy, fresh, putrid, smoky, nosy.
Sour, bitter, sweet, salty, taste, juicy, flavor.
These words will help you to determine just how someone is thinking and what internal
representation over powers the rest so that you can speak the language they think!
By now, you should have a good foundation building up in your mind that's getting you prepared
for the power that you'll be carrying with you. If you've read this far, obviously, you want what's
best for you, and you're so ready to:
Discover the specific techniques of hypnotizing others, and learning the secrets of
communicating, directly to the subconscious mind while making it seem like an innocent
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NEXT - 'Part III'
(the final part) of the free report:
"Seven Hypnosis Secrets Guaranteed To Work"
This is the last part of the report (but hopefully not the last time you hear from me - I'll tell you all
the details at the end of this section).
Now, onto the final secrets...
The No-Brainer Method To Hypnotize Someone
Listen! No, I don't mean pay attention to me. Well yes please do pay attention but I what I mean
Listen to the speaker!
It's that simple.
Why is this most powerful?
Because if you know what to listen for, you'll know exactly how to use what you've heard them
say -- to your advantage.
When someone speaks, they will lean on words that have a lot of meaning to them. "I was
walking and I saw how AMAZING.... INCREDIBLE.... OVERWHELMING... CHALLENGING"