I Can Hypnotize You Through Writing --- Cool huh?

@diamania (7037)
Netherlands
December 26, 2010 5:54pm CST
Okay, you're probably wondering what the heck is diamania talking about. It's a normal thought, seriously. I have been learning writing hypnotic texts for months, just in my free time. Have you ever heard about hypnotic writing? Do you think it's true, that someone can make another person obey? P.s. Don't worry I only used one hypnotic commands on you. Or actually two, if you're reading this paragraph now. :D
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@yspmyl (3438)
• Malaysia
27 Dec 10
No! That is not possible to hypnotize someone through writing, I do not believe it at all. How can a person to be hypnotize just by writing? But it is true that if someone may imagine the content of some story but to be hypnotize? No way!
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
27 Dec 10
It is actually possible to suggest people to start wondering about certain things or make a point get across in a more persuasive way. I do agree with you if you say that one can't be totally hypnotized into total obedience.
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@yspmyl (3438)
• Malaysia
27 Dec 10
This explanation is more acceptable. Wording can persuade someone but cannot hypnotize someone mind.
• Denmark
27 Dec 10
This is a common misconception, that hypnosis is about bringing the subject into a trance etc. etc. etc. The reality is, that hypnosis is all about suggestion. this can be done more effectively by bringing the subject into a relaxed and more receptive state, which should not be confused with a total loss of conciousness in any way.
• United States
27 Dec 10
I had never heard about hypnotic writing before, and really do not believer in hypnosis. Maybe I have not really attended a real one but thus far I do not believe. I have to tell you though that I read your discussion first in my email alert, then came over and re-read again on site. Then after reading the responses I read your discussion again. LOL.. so I believe that now I am hypnotized by your discussion as I had to think for a minute as to how I could reply and all I could think about was reply with what I do not believe with regards to hypnosis. I have attended a live one once but again it look so fake and wondered if the person was part of the show. Maybe in order for me to believe perhaps I have to be the one hypnotized.
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@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
30 Dec 10
If you really want to be hypnotized then, indeed like you said, you need to have an hypnotist do that. Hypnosis through writing is impossible. The only thing you can achieve through writing is persuasion and making somebody think about certain things etc. :)
27 Dec 10
i dont think its acctually possible to hypnotize trough writing,that is just silly,id didnt feel anything when reading this,hypnosis is serious thing and you must be very skiled to hypnotize someone in any way...
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@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
27 Dec 10
It's not silly at all. Hypnotic writing works but not as much as the name of the phenomenon would suggest. You won't get into trance and you won't slip into hypnosis either. What does happen is that hypnotic writing can persuade you to wonder about things and it can be slightly persuasive.
• Philippines
27 Dec 10
hello diamania! i have not heard yet of hypnotic writing although there are some writers who write so well that they can actually persuade the readers into imagining the things they describe in their writings with so much clarity and color. If such a skill or talent truly exist, well, i for one would like to learn it, lol. It's not only cool but fun as well to be able to hypnotize people through your writing. Although i guess it's pretty far out but there's no harm in imagining it to be real. As they say, guided imagery or visualization will somehow make your thoughts a reality. Law of attraction? perhaps..who knows? the mind has so much potential.
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
30 Dec 10
It's more like suggesting people to think something. Hypnotic writing does not have that much to do with actual hypnosis. Hypnotic writing suggests things but it's just temporary while hypnosis is aimed at rebuilding the unconscious mind for the better. Law of attraction is also a very interesting phenomenon. Who knows it's in connection with hypnotic writing. I can imagine how hypnotic writing can help someone think about something as the law of attraction says: do as if you already have it...
@Boo2060 (29)
• Germany
27 Dec 10
I have never heard of it and I doubt that it'll work. As far as I know it's not even scientifically proven that regular hypnoses work. When reading a book just one sense is stimulated effectively (sight). Though the brain may create images, feelings, thoughts and emotions through reading I guess a lot of more senses have to be stimulated to be hypnotized.
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
27 Dec 10
That's right. You'll never reach a complete state of trance or hypnosis but reading can stimulate other senses. This way a hypnotic writer can convince someone easier and faster to buy a product. One could say that the term 'hypnotic' in hypnotic writing is misleading.
@_sketch_ (5709)
• United States
27 Dec 10
I've never heard of hypnotic writing before. What aspects make it any different from regular writing? What "command" did you use?
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
30 Dec 10
Certain ways of saying things can make someone think about what the 'hypnotic' writer wants the person to think about. Obviously you can see how reading Elite Mylot Secrets will clearly make you more money on mylot. The bolded words are the commands.
@_sketch_ (5709)
• United States
30 Dec 10
So in other words, hypnotic writing has absolutely nothing to do with hypnotism.
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
31 Dec 10
That's correct.
@tigeraunt (6331)
• Philippines
27 Dec 10
hi diamania, just reading the topic.. yes its cool. i wonder if you are already hypnotizing me now. i respond to almost all of the discussions.. not just you, so i guess am still not within your powers. have a nice day. and happy holidays. ann
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
27 Dec 10
Haha, obviously you are hypnotized, fully hypnotized even by my words. You like my discussions so much. ;-) Actually hypnotic writing has surprisingly little do with hypnotic as we all know it. It's more about keeping people's attention, convincing and things like that. It's not as spectacular as it may sound but for an online salesperson it's an invaluable skill. :) P.s. 'obviously' is an 'hypnotic' command, so is this sentence for it starts with a post scriptum. :D
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@tigeraunt (6331)
• Philippines
27 Dec 10
its a trick! nice one though
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
30 Dec 10
It's not really a trick it's just techniques and ways of saying things to influence someone's thinking. It's not dangerous or anything and it's just a tad bit hyped up. It's great for online salespersons who want to squeeze just a little bit more juice from the lemon. ;)
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@topffer (33797)
• France
27 Dec 10
Failed ! I am not hypnotized at all by this discussion. I have never read about hypnotic writing, but I fell asleep after reading some authors. Are they in possession of this power ? I am asking myself now .
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
27 Dec 10
Hypnosis is a little bit misleading in this case. The only thing it does is making people wonder about things the writer want them to think about and persuade them. You won't get into a trance by reading hypnotic writings, fortunately. :)
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@sid556 (31006)
• United States
27 Dec 10
You mean like in this case, Diamania,....you have us all wondering about hypnotic writing??
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
30 Dec 10
Haha, well you have hypnosis as putting someone in a tranquil state and using suggestive 'commands' or you have this harmless 'hypnotic' writing. Which is too big of a word for what it can do in writing. :)
@sunnycool (12737)
• India
28 Dec 10
Hi Diamania, Hope you can clear few doubts of mine When a person is hypnotized completely...Do they go against your orders?Do they hide stuff from you? Do they tag you with disgusting words? If i'm not wrong --- One do not have to hypnotize a person for months 'together' all it takes is a couple of minutes (that's what i came to know from some movies i have watched) .... whereas normal human beings interact for months ranting,blaming about stupid stuff. THERE IS HECK OF A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OBEYING ORDERS WHICH HAPPENS IN HYPNOTISM AND MISUNDERSTANDING CREEPS IN BETWEEN TWO PEOPLE WHO DO NOT TRUST EACH OTHER RESULTING IN ARGUMENTS!!! btw your hypnotic command didn't work on me Mr.host
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
30 Dec 10
I can't answer your questions professionally since I am not an actual hypnotically or clinical hypnotherapist. But what I do know is that during hypnosis the person being hypnotized can always snap out of it. The stuff you see on the TV with hypnoticians touching someone resulting in hypnosis is in my opinion a fake. :) As for the hypnotic command not working. The command was not that strong and sometimes people don't notice the command influenced them while in fact it did. :)
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
30 Dec 10
Hypnotically = hypnotician* Spell checkers are not always my friends... :P
@Hatley (164671)
• Garden Grove, California
27 Dec 10
hi diamania yes its sounds cool but if you cannot undo the hypnosis what then? I imagine nothing is done that would be that serious I hope.this is really interesting and I for one did not know you could hypnotize through writing. can anyone learn to do this and is it practical?. I mean what uses can this be put to.?
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
27 Dec 10
It isn't hypnosis as in putting someone in a different, tranquil state. I mean I can't stop your senses or make you sleep walk or anything but what I can do is make you think about certain things or let certain (persuasive) suggestions slip in your mind. Don't worry though I am not consciously hypnotic you now. The best copy writers use it to convince potential customers to buy their products. Would be fun if I could get people to respond to my discussions en mass wouldn't it?
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
27 Dec 10
en masse*
• Ecuador
27 Dec 10
I think that is not possible to hypnotize trough writing. But I think you can persuade and have an important influence over people if you know how to write. I now there are some methods to write and have a strong influence on the people that read what you write. Just like you said, make people wonder or think about a certain thing is possible, hypnotizing trough writing not.
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
27 Dec 10
You understand it totally. :) For someone to be hypnotized more senses need to be stimulated than just the sight.
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• Ecuador
28 Dec 10
Yes... agree with you... Hypnotizing is just possible when the hypnotist is with you. I mean near to you, so he can stimulate your senses.
27 Dec 10
Iam now hypnoticed by your strange message. I cannot sleep because of your spell. This is the first time that I encountered such a way of hypnoticing other people. I hope tha someday there would be somebody to teach or put up a school on this matter. It would be a boost to the sagging revenues of our post offices.
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
30 Dec 10
Haha, bad attempt at being sarcastic, hmm or a good one. Hypnotic writing isn't ground breaking or anything, don't worry. :)
• Canada
27 Dec 10
Cool, you made me read this text that you wrote, However I am not going to read any more...can't fall for it!
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
27 Dec 10
There's nothing to fall for. Hypnotic writing is a scientifically proven phenomenon, the only thing is 'hypnotic' is not the right word. Blame Joe Vitale for it, he coined the term. :)
@sagar21 (1583)
• India
27 Dec 10
Yeah ...I think so.. Seduction and persuasion are possible by writing ....a kind of hypnotism thanks for the topic... have a great day/night.
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
27 Dec 10
I can feel the sarcastic vibrations coming from your well err writing. What's up man? Don't believe me? Well you're right I can't actually hypnotize you but what I can do is make you think about things or convince you without too much resistance. ;-) I just don't do it too often because it can backfire if done wrong. :)
• Netherlands
27 Dec 10
I've never heard of it myself but maybe it can be true. I guess you can write in a way that people will start thinking about whatever you wrote, agree with it or just change their vision on it totally. Funny how you just did it and I didn't even notice you doing it so I guess it really works. So I guess some of it might be true that huh :) pretty funny
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
30 Dec 10
Yeah you understand the concept completely even though the term 'hypnotic' is very misleading.
@syoti20 (5295)
• Philippines
27 Dec 10
This is interesting..What command you are talking about?
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
27 Dec 10
'Hypnotic' ones, well as I said a billion times by now, it's too heavy of a term but it's what Joe Vitale thought would be the right term for what is actually just suggesting things through writing instead of through audio.
• Singapore
27 Dec 10
Interesting, but I didn't feel hypnotized, as I was doing the chores in my room. Well, anyway, if you have a lot of experience and are skilled in this, maybe you will succeed in hypnotizing people through your writing. I think that's the most vicious and most advanced form in hypnotizing. Perhaps it can be used in contracts LOL.
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
27 Dec 10
Haha! Maybe I can 'hypnotize' people into posting a reply in my discussions. It seems to be working already. :D
@sandyme (200)
• India
27 Dec 10
hahaha this thing looks kind of funny hypnotizing a person just by writing . If that is possible i would have hypnotized my girlfriend by doing that . crazy nice question though
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
27 Dec 10
Through an NLP technique called anchoring you can make her feel a certain emotion or state connected to you when you for example touch your cheek. It's not hypnotic writing but still good fun. But as you say there's no such thing as hypnosis through writing, only influencing of the mind, slipping suggestions through the mind. There's no total mind control possible. :)
@SIMPLYD (78669)
• Philippines
27 Dec 10
No i don't believe that you could hynotize a person thru your writing. But i do believe in hynotism though, but one that is done face to face .
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
27 Dec 10
That's correct it's not real hypnosis it's influencing the mind. With hypnotic writing you can convince people, make them think about certain things and have them imagine a situation where the product they might buy might come in handy... things like that.
• United States
27 Dec 10
I don't think people can be hypnotized by writing, just persuaded in a certain way or persuaded to do a certain thing. Since it's mainly persuasion, it won't work on everybody.
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
27 Dec 10
Correct. Like I said before in this topic the term 'hypnotic' is somewhat misleading. It's partly about convincing and partly about getting people to do something. For example if I'd put a 'P.s.' somewhere. (post scriptum, used when you want to add something to a letter) About 95% of people skimming large pieces of text would read the post scriptum, that way a pressing, convincing message can be conveyed. E.g. "P.s. If you buy within 24 hours we'll throw in a second set of MyLot Knives!"