Have you always wanted to learn how to hypnotize another person? Are you interested in hypnotizing another person for entertainment reasons or possibly as a part of a therapeutic experience you would like to offer potential clients? If you would like to learn how to hypnotize a person with only your eyes, practice makes perfect. Use the following steps and tips to learn how to hypnotize another person as effectively as possible:
Practice Full Command Over Your Own Eye Movements
First of all, you will need to make sure you have full command over your own eye movements and ability to maintain eye contact for as long as possible without blinking. Blinking breaks eye contact connection with the other person which is vital to the ability to hypnotize another person. As a result, you should practice. Stand in front of a mirror and practice not blinking. The longer you can last, the better chance you will have to hypnotize another person using only your eyes.
Practice Your Technique With Someone
After practicing, ask a friend or loved one who trusts you to allow you to practice on them. Be sure to hypnotize a person in a place clear of distractions where they feel secure and safe. If they are sitting ask them to sit as straight as they can. If they are standing let ask them to distribute their weight evenly on each foot.
Once they are comfortable instruct them to focus their eyes on a spot underneath your right eye. Next, you will want to stare at them with unwavering, strong eye contact without blinking. Start counting from five to one in a soothing, low, soft voice. After each number is spoken, tell the person their eyes are growing heavy, droopy and are closing. Let them know that they are sleeping and when you speak a certain word they will wake up.
Be Careful and Responsible
If the person is standing up, you might need to catch them or help them from falling out of a chair. At this point, you can ask the person whatever you would like to or get them to recall past memories. While a person is hypnotized be sure to constantly remind them that they are safe. A person’s well-being is your responsibility while they are hypnotized. Watch their breathing to make sure it is even and normal. Take them out of the hypnosis when you want to and ask if they have any memories of being hypnotized.