Using Your Voice to Program People – The Art of Subliminal Language

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Body Language constitutes approximately 80%, at minimum, of the content that we are attempting to convey to people. No matter what it is that you’re really saying, your non-verbal communication, posture, eye movement, flushness in the face and a countless number of additional signals tells a person precisely what you’re attempting to convey. For this reason we can frequently get the sensation that tells us if someone is untruthful to us or not. A person is telling us the complete story even while they are searing that what they’re alleging is  reality. Subconsciously we pick up on  body-language cues and “interpret” the situation as being incompatible from how the person is trying to express it. Those people who can beat lie-detector machines can, either consciously or unconsciously, influence these non-verbal communications.

Similarly the intonement you apply in your casual speech is a very crucial ingredient in all speech. Your whole tone of voice can express messages to your subconscious mind that go overlooked by your conscious, intellectual mind. It’s through the use of your tone and the spatial arrangement of your words that you can virtually hypnotize the person you’re addressing. You can likewise use this formula to twist any words you want in a sentence into subliminal statements.


For example in the above cited instance the hypnotist would say the sentence in the following way, [slow and melodic]“mayyyyybbbbeeebe” [in a harder authoritative tone “YOU would like to RELAX COMPLETELY”, [slow and melodic]“orrrrr mayyyyybbbbeeeee” [again in a heavier authoritative tone]“YOU would like to CHILL OUT”.

It ought to be noted that this effect is very elusive and only becomes noticeable as it’s pointed out to you. During hypnosis you’re consciously well aware that the hypnotizer is talking in a kind of unusual fashion but you do not have any hint as to what is coming about and believe it is merely a component of the induction formula. Nevertheless, in a real-life situation the subtlety has to be noticed even more – for apparent reasons.

Let’s consider an example. You’re in a business meeting and need your proposition to be acknowledged. You say the following, “maybe if you give this some thought you might discover that this is a dependable idea and one worthy of pursing today or possibly even in the future”. Simple enough! Now allow us to make it a hypnotic subliminal statement.

You would say,

“Perhaps if you give this some thought you may”


[Shorten the normal break between the final statement and the next]


[Hesitate for a millisecond more and alter your tone just slimly]

“this is a fine idea and one worthy of  pursing at once”              

[Hesitate for a millisecond more]


[Reduce the normal break between the final word and the succeeding]


“Even in the future”.

The sentence then converts a statement to the subconscious psyche which it will accept since it acknowledges the difference in tone as follows, “possibly if you give this more thought you might find that THIS IS A beneficial IDEA AND ONE worthy of  acting on NOW or perhaps even in the future”.

You should play with this use of hypnotic words till you are able to fully understand what is really happening. If it’s arranged in a hurried or unprepared fashion it’s evidently evident to everybody what you’re doing. The people who are experts at this go overlooked and you’d never recognize they were performing it – until now!

Listen to hypnotists (and other people who would like to persuade you….you recognize who they are) talking and see if you can distinguish the hypnotic subliminal statements they’re applying. This will assist you to acquire your new found skill.

Before ever attempting it in an actual setting apply it on somebody close and ask them if they noticed anything unusual about your speech and if so ask them if they can distinguish the difference and if they knew what you were doing. After some practice and a couple of swell results you’ll get the hang of it. 


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