How to Hypnotize Men

Published: 05th March 2010
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We've all seen the woman that has an entourage of men, following her around as if they were dogs on leashes. She may have rubbed their bellies earlier. She may have said the magic word 'walk.' Maybe she promised them a treat. Or she may have been utilizing the art of covert hypnosis. In this article, I am going to tell you techniques in covert hypnosis to hypnotize men.



First, you will want to do the Set Up. The Set Up is when you make the man feel comfortable with you. Be friendly and laugh. Mirror his body language. Agree with what he has to say, even mirroring his exact words. If you notice that he has started to mimic your body language, then you know that this first step is complete.



Secondly, you want to start the process of Assuming. Start to believe that the person you are chatting with wants to do exactly what you want to do. Do not ask questions, make statements. It may seem a bit forward, but it is a technique that works. Don't say "Do you want to buy me drink?" Instead, assume that they already do by saying "You want to buy me a drink."



The last technique you want to use is called Leading. You start calling the shots, essentially putting your man on a leash. Start by saying a statement that is inarguably true, and then put what is your opinion disguised as a truth next. The idea is to assume that the man you are talking to agrees with your opinion. For example, you might say "It's really noisy in here; let's go to the bar down the street to continue this conversation."



After reading this article, you should know how to use covert hypnosis to hypnotize men. Start with the Set Up, then start Assuming, and finish it off with Leading. If you remember these three things, you should be able to easily hypnotize any man you want. Just a warning though: he may still want you to rub his belly later.







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