There are a lot of things that you need to learn, if you want to practice hypnotic mind control. It is essential for you to know how to elicit emotions.
Why emotion elicitation is so important? We are led by emotions all the time. We base our decisions on them. We act upon them. We cannot stop having them. These are all factors that the hypnotic mind control practitioner can exploit to his advantage.
As people act on emotions, all you have to do is elicit them to make others do what you want. There are different methods for doing this.
One of the simplest methods for emotion elicitation is to use embedded commands. What you have to do is use one embedded command for the emotion and another one for the thing that you want the person to do. Of course, they should be logically related.
For instance, you can use a line like, “You are comfortably sitting behind the desk. You feel perfectly relaxed. Now you are ready to focus your mind on your work and do it.”
Comparisons also allow you to elicit emotions. All you have to do is to compare the action you want the person to do with something that brings a pleasant emotion. In this way, the person will be more likely to do what you want.
I will illustrate how to use comparisons for emotion elicitations with simple examples. For instance, “You feel as happy as when opening your Christmas presents” and “You are as relaxed as you were when lying on the beach during your last vacation.”
Anchors are by far the most powerful and effective hypnotic mind control tools for emotion elicitation. These emotional triggers work great, especially when they are specific for the person.
In hypnosis, it is best to use visual as well as auditory anchors to get the best results.
Now you know how to elicit emotions for hypnotic mind control. Keep learning more with my article Hypnotic Mind Control-Get Everything You Want.