Conversational Hypnosis: Eye-Accessing Cues Part II
Conversational hypnosis is a program
consisting of many hypnosis and NLP techniques. These
techniques you can be useful in many different situations
such as dating, sales, and developing rapport with another
person. It is a way that you can consciously act on
someone’s subconscious mind, without them knowing it. Of
course, I always encourage people to use conversational
hypnosis for good because there are so many powerful
techniques you can use with conversational hypnosis.
In my last article I talked about the six different eye
accessing cues. They were: visually created (VC), auditory
created (AC), kinesthetic (K), visually remembered (VR),
auditory remembered (AR), and internal dialogue (IR).
Basically, these cues are apparent by the direction someone
is looking and thus you can read what is going on in their
Law enforcement agencies train their agents with this
technology. This is true in the USA and probably other
countries. The Federal Agents are trained at FLETC. The fact
that the US government pays money to have their Federal
Agents trained in this technology is good news. The US
Federal Government sees that it is important to train their
agents with this technique so that their agents can get into
the minds of someone they are interrogating.
Do keep in mind that this information is out there. If you
have someone staring right at you, it may be someone who is
using this technology on you. Chances are you will be
dealing with a date, someone to whom you may be selling
something to, a child, a parent, husband or wife, boyfriend
or girlfriend or someone who is your boss or employee.
Before you can use any of this technology you must first
determine which way the person is oriented, referring to
whether they use the accessing cues “normally” or the
opposite. If you want to see if someone is normally
oriented, you would talk to them about something you know
they have never seen before. For example, you might mention
a character in a movie or something that would require them
to create something visual. They would have to create it in
their minds. You will then see which way they look when they
create something visual. If they look up to their right, you
know that they are normally oriented. If they look up to
their left, you know that they are oppositely oriented.
As you can see it will take some practice to get used to
someone’s eye accessing cues. After you have practiced with
some friends, go ahead and try it out on people you don’t
know. Try to see if you can get into their mind. Learning
eye-accessing cues is a very powerful technique. It allows
you learn a little more about the person you are talking to
than if you were just having a normal conversation.
I encourage you to go out and try this technique on people.
It is fascinating and a great skill to have!
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