Learn the secret of hidden emphasis - to influence unknowingly!
|By emphasising certain words in your
sentences, you can give hypnotic commands to others to do what you want. To use this
technique you have to plan it. Say, you want another to agree with your proposal and sign
the agreement. Let's summarise, I don't know whether you agree with this proposal, you
would want to decide before you sign here! Right on the line. (Strengthen
your voice and look the person in the eyes when you say the words in bold.) If you have
spoken the words in bold in a different way from usual, then the listeners unconscious
mind will heare: 'you agree with this proposal ... you ... decide ... you sign here ...'.
At one level the listener hears the whole speech, but the words said differently are
noticed unconsciously and grouped together. Because they are embedded, the commands do not
create so much resistance as simply saying them would.
A more subtle example is: 'This a bad sign, I can't find my pen. Oh this isn't it. Ah, this will do, or at least be acceptable for now!!'
You emphasise or mark certain words in the sentence in various ways:
This and other techniques are in fact ways in which we naturally influence each other, but we are often unaware of it.
Are you aware of how easy it is to change when you know how to?
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