The 5 Most Powerful Covert Hypnosis Techniques
To truly master the art of covert hypnosis,
years of dedication and correct application is
required since it’s such a broad and
This is no surprise since covert hypnosis
means having to access people’s
unconscious mind and altering the way they
behave and think.
Some popular covert hypnosis techniques
used to align someone’s behavior and
thoughts to the desired outcome of the
hypnotists, are explained below.
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1) Hot Words
Hot words are words that are intended to incite deep emotions in people, and as a
result, there’s a stronger connection between the hypnotist and their subject. Take
these two sentences for example:
“The cat succumbed to the fire.”
“The kitten burned to death.”
Now both of the above statements are pretty grim, but the latter has more impact on
an emotional level because of its hot words – Kitten, burned and death.
Hypnotists know how to implement these hot words to form a strong bond
unconsciously with their subject, while doctors do the opposite and avoid using hot
words to refrain from any emotional connection to their patients.
Therefore, hot words are simple yet powerful tools that when used in the right
context and at the right time, can have a very strong impact.
2) Action Accelerators
If you want to encourage someone to take action faster, you must use action
accelerator words that are implemented in your hypnotic messages to play on the
subject’s unconscious mind.
Words such as now, fully, instantly,
suddenly, quickly and immediately, are
all words to apply pressure and as a
result, your commands or suggestions
will be better responded to by the
Knowing when to use action
accelerators are just as important as
the context you’re using it in.
The factors that make it effective are the character you’re using the technique on, the
context and the situation both of you are in.
You may also be interested in my other articles:
Top 7 Special Conversational Hypnosis Techniques and
10 Trance Signals In Covert Hypnosis.
3) Law Of Reverse Effect
The conscious and unconscious mind both serve different purposes, the former is for
making decisions and enjoying experiences while the latter is used for more complex
everyday decisions and taking action on those decisions.
The law of reverse effect creates a psychological effect where belief is instilled in the
subject’s mind that they can make something easier by internalizing a procedure or
make it harder by externalizing it. So the general consensus is the harder you
attempt something, the more likely you are to fail.
For instance, when you first begin learning how to ride a bike, it was difficult because
you had to pedal while maintaining balance and steering all at the same time.
However, once you actually know how to ride a bike, your mind organizes the set of
complex procedures and everything just becomes natural to you.
If you want to lead your subject to believe certain things which makes them more
prone to your commands and suggestions, you should implement presuppositions.
These are linguistic assumptions that cleverly words a sentence to that it’s based on
situations that are assumed to be true.
The following phrase has three presuppositions:
“Fortunately, today there are seats at the back of the cinema.”
The first presupposition is mentioning that there’s a back, so there must also
be a front.
The second is by saying “fortunately”, there’s a value judgement about the
The third is by saying “today”, it’s implied that on other days, there’s no spare
This is just an example of basic presuppositions, and they can get more complex
and once you stack three or more on top of each other, it’s very difficult for the
subject to consciously break down what’s being said, therefore it’s harder for them to
interrupt your conscious suggestions.
5) Stealth Tactics
Stealth tactics consists of planting
ideas within someone’s unconscious
mind without running the risk of their
conscious filtering function rejecting
it. Doing this successfully means
that your interactions with that
person will become much more
Take for example the following
analogy for stealth tactics – You
have to find a way past armed and
dangerous guards to get into the top
secret base. Bringing back-up and forcing your way through will be too much effort
and too risky. The more intelligent option would be to sneak in during the night.
Now how that relates to the human mind is that it’s also protected by a guardian, and
in order to get past that guardian, you must use a subtle and non-forceful approach.
Stealth tactics allow you to bypass the mind’s guardian in such a way that will go
unnoticed and non-resisted.
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