Covert NLP Trance Example

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Several people have recently asked for some examples of covert hypnotic trance. You can have a look at my YouTube Channel (NLP Training) or FaceBook Video Page (Persuasion Skills Black Book) for lots of examples applying covert trance. But I thought it would be good to show you one of my favourite trance presentations from someone else.

NLP Techniques

The presenter here is using his voice, tone and pace as well as the words to create a huge trance effect. Once you have watched the video you will see what my Advanced Group on Facebook said about the talk.

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Since Publishing this Article

I have just found out that this video has been blocked on copyright grounds. I have found other sources for the video both on YouTube and other video sites.

I won’t defy the copyright and post a link as I would rather honour the rights of the IP owner even if I don’t agree with them.

That said it is their responsibility to get the video blocked and I just suggest that you do some searches on video sites for the title and or the name of the video and you will quickly find it.

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I have an Advanced Practice Group on Facebook and here is what some of them had to say about this video when i showed them it.

Could I develop this skills?

This is a talented individual that has clearly practised his skills. My NLP Practitioner course will give you all the knowledge and practice routines to be able to perform this well. Certainly before the end of the course you would be able to recognise all the things this guy is using, you will be able to construct presentations with this level of hypnosis and you would be able to deliver it. What you may not have is the ability to deliver it as well as this person.

But a few hours practice spread over a few days trancing out clients, suppliers, business partners, friends and family you should easily gain the experience to perform at this level whether you do it as a presentation or as part of a conversation. Just how cool would it be if you could just trance people through the floor, make them feel great and brought them back without them even realising that you were doing it?

Click through and find out more about the NLP Practitioner Course that will show you how.

3 Comments on “Covert NLP Trance Example”

  1. Dan Miller

    One of my friends is incredibly successful at inducing a trance, but I have quite a bit of difficulty with this particular technique. It seems to be a combination of voice and how you present yourself. I think my pace is off. I am going to look around to see if I can find a video showing this example.

    1. Rintu Basu

      Pace and tone have a great deal to do with it. Have a hunt around I am sure this video is still out there on the internet and it is a great example.

  2. Rintu Basu

    I have just found out that this video has been blocked on copyright grounds. I have found other sources for the video both on YouTube and other video sites. 

    I won’t defy the copyright and post a link as I would rather honour the rights of the IP owner even if I don’t agree with them. 

    That said it is their responsibility to get the video blocked and I just suggest that you do some searches on video sites for the title and or the name of the video and you will quickly find it. 

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