Hypnosis NLP

Founder: Chris T Atkinson

Have you ever driven home after a busy day only to have no recollection of how you got there? You reach your home (or wherever your destination may be), step out of the car, and think, “How did I even make it here alive?” This is because your thoughts were completely engrossed on something else. Basically, you were in an everyday trance.

Well, sort of. You see, your mind tends to delete and/or ignore certain distractions in life in order to relax. Chances are that you made that trip many times before. Eventually, driving the same route became second nature and your mind saw no need to focus all of your energy on it anymore. The truth is that scenarios like this happen all the time, to different people, and in all kinds of situations. Welcome to the world of hypnosis NLP.

The Milton Model

Human beings have the innate ability to make sense and understand what other people say- even if what they are saying makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. NLP encourages people to use vague wording on purpose to enable listeners to come to their own conclusion about what you are saying. When you do this, people can choose to block out certain words and only accept the ones which help make sense of their world. This is what the Milton Model is all about.

To put simply, the Milton Model can help you put someone else (or yourself) into a trance-like state using a set of pre-specified language patterns. If done properly, you can make someone enter an altered state of consciousness where you have direct contact with their sub-conscience mind. From here, you can instill beliefs, help them solve problems, or make them do anything else you want (to a degree). As a general rule of thumb, hypnosis NLP doesn’t work if that person being hypnotized doesn’t want to be.

Tag Questions

A tag question involves adding a statement at the end of a statement to invite another person (or group of people) to agree. These questions are very effective in the aspect that they distract the conscience mind with a statement that they agree with. Examples of tag questions are as follows:

  • “This is effortless, isn’t it?”
  • “Your education is important, you know?”
  • “It is time to get to work, you know?”

What similarities do you see? Even if you know absolutely nothing about hypnosis, you can agree that these statements give off a feeling of an accepted invitation towards another mindset and/or idea.

Embedded Commands

These are statements or questions which are delivered in such a way that the person listening has trouble resisting the given command. The idea is that the words are spoken past the conscience mind and set straight into the sub-conscience mind. For example, “Was it fun when you listened and pay attention to the proposal?” Do you see the given command? The speaker is “pre-supposing” that the listener did find listening to the proposal fun. Unless the listener is experienced with picking on embedded commands, their sub-conscience mind will have a difficult time filtering this out.

Double Binds

A double bind gives people a choice- but usually limit it to a few. For example, “Would you like your package delivered in red or blue?” As you can see, the speaker has already covered the options for the listener thus, making it more likely to receive a response he or she is searching for. Learning how to apply double binds is an effective way to get what you want from people in life.


As you can see, there is nothing wrong or sinful about hypnosis. NLP really isn’t hypnosis at all- it’s understood how the human brain works and navigating it in such a way that you virtually guarantee getting the things that you want. To ingrain these principles in your mind, try practicing them every day with friends and family members.

Helping You Determine Your Destiny

Chris T Atkinson 🙂
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