The 5 Most Powerful
Hypnotic Seduction Techniques
Imagine that you can pick up anyone you
want at any place of convenience, whether
it’s at the bar, the library or the shopping
A popular section of covert hypnosis,
hypnotic seduction techniques, will allow
you to do just that if applied successfully.
This is because these techniques aim to
build strong connections with a person’s
unconscious mind, and as a result, they
become more drawn to you.
However, in order for them to work, you need to use these techniques in the right
context and in an appropriate situation. This is part of the four-stage protocol in
covert hypnosis that you must go through.
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1) Body Language Observation
Body language observation isn’t a particular hypnotic seduction technique, but it’s
still a skill in itself and helps to get a better understanding of someone’s mood or
character. Having this knowledge will allow you to conduct your techniques more
These are some of the body language observation skills that you can use:
Body Position – The way a person’s body is positioned while approaching
someone or speaking says a lot. In a male approaching female perspective,
walking directly in front can be seen as too much dominance, while
approaching from sideways can show little confidence. A general rule is to
approach at the comfort zone of an angle of 10-20 degrees.
Eye Cues – If your subject doesn’t maintain eye contact with you, it generally
means that they’re not engaged, which tells you that you must fixate their
Breathing Pattern – Relaxation results in a controlled manner of breathing,
while panic and distress equals a faster breathing pattern. You need to have
the subject calm to make them comfortable. Look at their diaphragm and
listen to their voice tonality to see if you can spot any signs of discomfort.
There are many more ways you can read someone’s body language, and this allows
you to create a more powerful connection as you can build rapport by using such
skills as mirror and matching behavior.
2) Positive Double-Binds
Double-binds create confusion in
someone’s mind in the form of
questions that cannot be easily
answered without first conforming to a
There are two types of double-binds,
positive and negative. For hypnotic
seduction, it’s best to stick with positive
double-binds as you will want to provide
a pleasant experience to the other
An example of a positive double-bind question would be:
“Where do you want to go for our date? The theatre or the restaurant?”
Within the question itself, there’s a false impression that the subject has a choice,
because the question already makes the assumption that there will be a date in the
first place. You still get the outcome you desire, while the subject gets a sense of
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3) Anticipation Builders
How do you make someone want something more? You let them know that they
cannot instantly have that thing. And that’s the effect anticipation builders are
Think back to when you were a kid. Your parents arranged a day out at the theme
park, but it was a month away. Day-by-day, your excitement grew as you waited for
that day to arrive.
Why do you get more excited? It’s because you cannot immediately have what you
want. Words such as:
Sooner or later
They all aim to create a powerful effect of anticipation, which will increase the
strength of the subject’s response bit by bit as you gradually build-up their
4) Action Accelerators
Action accelerators are words that are designed to encourage someone to take a
particular action quicker, because the words used put pressure on that person to
make an unconscious decision.
Such words include:
Take for example you said to
“Say any name, now.”
There will be more of an unconscious response from that person, which is essential
for the hypnotic process to begin.
This is because they are not consciously thinking what they’re going to say, but
instead they’ll instinctively tell you a name that’s likely closely associated with them.
5) Hypnotic Words
An effective way to start a trance process is to instil feelings of positivity, and this can
be achieved by using hypnotic words, which can be used at any point in the hypnotic
The following hypnotic words must be used in the correct context for example, when
telling a hypnotic story.
The idea is to conjure up memories of happiness and positivity by using these words
to fixate the subject’s attention. As a result, the response needed for the initial
hypnotic process stage is activated in their neurology.
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