Thursday, January 20, 2011

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History of Conversational Hypnosis

It is important to know the history of conversational hypnosis because it came about over the course of over 100 years. Several people contributed to the vast amount of knowledge that has now become conversational hypnosis. It is important to point out that not one doctor or psychologist came up with the idea of conversational hypnosis. Rather, it was a sort of evolution that was created by many over the years.

The first major scientist to contribute to the fascinating topic of conversational hypnosis was Ivan Pavlov. Pavlov was perhaps most well known for the term “conditioning.” Pavlov taught dogs to associate food with the ringing of a bell. The dogs would salivate when given the food. Overtime, Pavlov exposed the dogs to the food and would ring a bell at the same time. When the food was taken away and only the bell was rung, the dogs still salivated. With conditioning, Ivan Pavlov paved the way for conversational hypnosis.

The next scientist to contribute to conversational hypnosis was Dr. John B. Watson. Watson was a behavioral scientist. He was well known for taking the basic principles that Pavlov had established and applying them to humans. Watson studied people, their behavior and how their behavior was influenced by their environment. Conversational hypnosis has a lot to do with behavior and Watson was able to influence the evolution of conversational hypnosis.

B.F. Skinner was another behavioral scientist who contributed to conversational hypnosis. We live in a stimulus response world and B.F. Skinner realized that. He realized that if you have a certain stimulus in the environment then it would illicit a response. He took what Dr. Watson had done and really took it to the next level. Skinner developed what is known as “radical behavioralism” which included thinking, perception and emotion in studying behavior of humans.

Milton Erickson was one of the first to be an advocate of medical hypnosis. He also was a major contributor of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) which is a major component to conversational hypnosis. Erickson believed in the power of suggestion and that your subconscious mind is always active, the basis of hypnosis. 

Lastly, Richard Bandler and John Grinder were the co-founders of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP). NLP is the description of different communication techniques used to interact with people. NLP also deals heavily on the idea of persuasion.

All of these people and their research has led up to the idea and techniques of conversational hypnosis. Conversational hypnosis is the idea that you can persuade, manipulate, or control to get what you want. Of course, conversational hypnosis should only be used for good.

Conversational Hypnosis: Establish Rapport with Leading

Conversational hypnosis is a program of powerful techniques used to persuade and control those around you. Not only is conversational hypnosis used so that you have influence over others, but it is also used so that other people do not take advantage of you. Conversational hypnosis allows you to establish rapport with other individuals and that leads to you getting what you want.

The most important aspect of conversational hypnosis is learning how to develop rapport with other people. Rapport is the ability to be “in tune” with someone subconsciously. Rapport will enable others to have trust in you. Rapport will allow you to gain their trust so that you can get what you want.

In past articles I have talked about establishing rapport through pacing and mirroring techniques. In this article I am going to talk about the technique of leading. Leading is a technique to use after you have been pacing someone for about 5-10 minutes. However, I highly suggest practicing leading for a week on friends or strangers before trying it out to get what you want.

Leading is where you make someone do what you want them to do. For example, if you have been pacing and mirroring someone for a little while, it is time to test to see if they have developed rapport with you. If you have established rapport correctly, you can take the lead by doing something and they will follow.

It is important to make sure you have mastered mirroring and pacing before you move on to leading. Be sure to practice all three techniques before being put in a serious position where you intend to lead someone. These techniques take a little bit of practice to master and before long you will be a master of conversational hypnosis.

While practicing on friends or strangers, I suggest keeping the leading simple. For example, after you have mirrored and paced someone for 5-10 minutes, you can lead them by scratching your head. If they scratch their head, you have accomplished your goal of leading them.

Leading is a great technique to use in a business setting because you can get them to do what you want them to do. However, it is very important to be careful in a business setting. It is possible that other business people know about conversational hypnosis. Let’s say for example that you scratch your head. If the other person waits a little while and then scratches their head, then your technique is a success. However if they scratch their head very quickly after you did, perhaps they are trying to pace you. So, be careful!

Another way you can use leading is to slow someone’s voice tempo, or to speed it up. If someone is speaking too quickly, you can start slowing down your voice and see if they follow your lead. Leading has all sorts of possibilities. I encourage you to practice this skill and soon you will be leading people to do what you want!