Metaphor is a very powerful tool in hypnosis mind control.
These take time and a lot of practice to master, but the earlier you are introduced to them the better.
Most often, metaphor is used for making comparisons for the purposes of hypnosis mind control. This technique is not difficult to apply as it involves the use of simple figures of speech only.
For instance, if you are a salesperson selling dietary supplements, you can compare your product to a fountain of youth. If you want to go out on a date with a girl, you can compare the date to an exotic vacation away from everyday life.
You can use allegories in much the same way. For instance, instead of using the word “money”, you can use the word “dough”. This is just a simple example, but it illustrates how useful this language form can be for the purposes of covert hypnosis.
You can use allegories to get into the person’s style of speaking and to make him imagine fully the benefits of doing what you want. As I said earlier, it is recommended that you devote a lot of time to practicing and coming up with different metaphors and allegories you can use.
A story can be one of the most powerful tools for hypnosis mind control because it can contain a variety of metaphors that are designed to influence the person on all psychological levels.
It is challenging to come up with a story full of metaphors, but you can start with the basics. You need a character the person can identify himself with. Then you need a metaphor to represent the thing you want the person to do, another one for the benefit and a third one for this desired emotional state.
Now you know a lot about hypnosis mind control and the use of metaphor in it. Keep discovering more in my article Hypnosis Mind Control Learning the Art of Hypnosis.