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How to hypnotise someone??

HippoCampus Psychology
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Hypnotizing is basically putting someone in a specific state of mind. A good way to do something like that is to put on some kind of soft music, have them lay down, and then speak to them and basically tell them what they are doing, what's happening to them. You'd probably have to do a lot of reading on Hypnosis to be able to effectively hypnotize someone.
Start with selecting someone who tends to go along with whatever is going on around them (someone who is easy to influence). Then convince them that you have the power to hypnotise them. Explain to them how you will do it and how they will feel when you do it. That will give you a good start.
Mmm..There is proven that only trance hypnotism is possible! Google it!

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