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THE INCREDIBLE

POWER OF WORDS



The Art Of

Suggestive Seduction




Ten indispensable and infallible

ingredients of magic persuasion

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THE INCREDIBLE POWER OF WORDS

Introduction

Whether we talk about efficient use of suggestion as a means to influence people’s behavior, seduction,

hypnotherapy, NLP (neuro linguistic programming ) or sales techniques, when it comes down to consciously using

the incredible power of words, the ideas we study and practice in one way or another all seem to lead back to the

great works of Dale Carnegy, Milton H. Erickson, Richard Bandler and John Grinder.



The present workbook presents ten indispensable and infallible stepstones to successfully applying the art of

influencing people. In fact, by using only these eight ingredients, your success rate in any and every of the

categories listed above will soar dramatically.



However, let there be no misunderstanding about this: this is a workshop. Adapting a new behavior or learning new

techniques is not something you do by simply reading an article on the subject of your choice. If you really want to

be more successful in any field, you will need to study, exercise and practice. This is not different when your goal is

to learn how to more efficiently seduce people.



The terms “seduction” and “seduce” are not arbitrarily chosen here. People just do not adapt behavioral patterns

against their will. Nor do they fall in love against their will, or buy your products. The way in which you convince

them of the advantages and benefits connected to following your suggestions, is what I call “seduction”.

This work does not have the presumption of presenting a thorough guide on the treated subject. The media are

flooded with both scientific and popular books, articles and documentaries that illustrate the power of suggestive

communication. These offer literally thousands of useful tips to heighten the impact of your messages and are

closely connected to other domains such as body language, psychology, sociology, human resources,

communication, politics, sales, marketing and publicity.

My only hope is that this work will prove useful to many people and will help them to obtain better results in their day

to day private and business contacts. Your questions, remarks and observations are always welcome at {
HYPERLINK "mailto:[email protected]" }

Flanders, June 2008

Jaime Lavid









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Copyright 2008 Jaime Lavid

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he makes no representation or warranties with respect to the accuracy, applicability, fitness, or completeness of the contents of

this book and disclaims any warranties (expressed or implied), merchantability, or fitness for any particular purpose. The author

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other damages. This manual contains material protected under International and Federal Copyright laws and Treaties. Any

unauthorized reprint, resell or use of this material in prohibited.

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4. Practice mind reading and prediction of the future
Using gathered information for “mind reading” or making correct assumptions is very useful to build a sensation of

rapport and will make the listener more receptive to your propositions.



 Right now you may ask yourself
 You probably feel something
 By now you will see, understand, agree …
 I see that you start to understand, …
 I am so glad to hear that you feel the same way …
 You will soon start feeling, you will see, you will enjoy,
We will first … and then you will know, see, feel, …
 Once you have fully understood this, you will be able to …




Be careful to use vague or ambiguous phrases :


 By this time, you might start to become aware of this special sensation
 That (what ??) can feel so good, can’t it?


A good and safe way is to tell things by implication :


 I wonder if you already realize that the main advantage …
 I don’t know if you already noticed that …
 By now, you may feel how the desire keeps growing
 And then this sensation of … will increase more and more
 You can keep feeling more …
 You will feel completely satisfied
 Again, we …
 Once you have fully understood this, you will be able to …
 Everybody knows, We all feel that …
 You will feel so secure, so relaxed, so happy …


Telling the listener what he knows, feels and thinks, is not enough however: you should
link it to what he must do next :


 straight links and, also, but, …

 Implicit links while, during, after, before … you feel, are, will see…

 Links which reveal necessity since you have experienced for yourself … you know
A causes B; this requires, Because X …follows Y

Since we agreed that A = B, therefore …

Avoid giving direct orders : use superpositions instead


NOT: “imagine”, or “try to imagine” - BUT: “While you imagine this, you will realize that …”

NOT: “look at this” - BUT: “we can see that …”



… Or build silent acceptation

(which will make it more difficult for the other to disagree later)

 Yes?
 Right?
 You see?

 Got it?

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5. Use Suggestive Predicates
A 'suggestive predicate' is a predicate that sets up the material that immediately follows it as a powerful suggestion.

Among the following examples, you will recognize many introductory phrases used before in these worksheets:

After you come to....

After you've...

And the more you (X)...the more you (Y)

And as you...

Are you curious about...

Are you aware that...

Are you still interested in...

As you hear these words they...

As you... ...then...

As you consider this...

Be aware of what you can sense...

Before you think...

Can you imagine...

Can I ask you to...

Can you visualize...

Can you...

Can you remember...

Could you...

Do you realize that you can become aware of…

Do you think that...

Do you remember when...

Do you...

Do you ever...

Don't think of...

Has it ever occurred to you that...

Have you noticed that...

Have you ever wondered...

Have you...

Have you ever...

How would you feel if...

How do you know that...

How do you feel when...

I don't want you to be...

I want you to learn...

I know you are curious...

I saw someone do this in minutes once...

I wonder if...

I don't know how soon...

I wonder could you...

I would like to suggest that...

I want you to bear in mind...

I want you to become aware...

I can remember...

I'd like you to pretend that...

I'm wondering...

I'm curious to know...

If you could...

In my experience...

Is it that you are...

Is it possible...

Is it that you have...

Is it that there is...

It is useful that...

It's just like...

It's impossible...

It's good to know that...

It's useful that...

It's good that...

It's either (A) or (B); which is it...

It's not important that...

It's as if...

People can loosen up easily...

Perhaps you are...

Perhaps you can...

Perhaps you could...

Perhaps you're wondering...

This can be learned easily...

What do you think would happen if...

What would happen if...

What's it like to...

When you notice... ...then...

Will you...

Would you...

You come to...

You are learning to anticipate...

You can become aware that...

You know about these things...

You will feel...

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10. Subliminal Magic Writing


Use the same techniques when writing about yourself.



In your texts and stories:




1. Be a winner :


2. Have others name you, or name
yourself over and over again as :

a. The one they trust,

b. The (only) one that can

satisfy their desire, need,

longing

c. Healthy, handsome,

smart, tender, protective,

strong, caring,





3. Make them repeat :
I want, need, desire …





4. Include specific positive
information about yourself :

a. Preferences

b. Things you are good at

c. Successes





5. Refer to previous periods of
wellbeing, happiness,
success

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