When we are practicing conversational hypnosis, we use more than just the words coming from our mouth. In actual fact, verbal hypnosis also utilizes our body action.
One technique that Igor Ledochowski teaches is the power of having a strong posture when we are talking. In some profession, having a strong and powerful posture can mean the difference between success and failure.
If you were to project the wrong disposition, for example, dropping your shoulder or not facing the person you are talking to, you may not have the chance to get your message across to the other person.
When you have a powerful posture when you are talking, for some reason, people will pay more attention to you. Ledochowski understands this and he encourages all of his verbal hypnosis course students to learn how to project a strong posture.
If a strong posture is a prerequisite to conversational hypnosis, why don’t we learn how to develop it.
Here’s an exercise as recommended from Igor Ledochowski’s Power Of Conversational Hypnosis course, imagine you are walking into a room. Picture a piece or rope hanging from the ceiling down to your head about 2 inches from your scalp.
As you walk into the room, try to touch the top of your head to the rope by stretching your spin and neck. Stretch your entire body into perfect alignment, neck extended, shoulder pushed back and your torso out of hips.
By doing so, you will automatically have a strong and powerful stance, even though you are just trying to touch the top of your head to the bottom of the imaginary rope hanging from the ceiling.
Next time you are about to initiate conversational hypnosis on a person, picture the rope above your head and stretched out your body to project the posture of someone important. With such posture, you will definitely get the attention of the person you are talking to.
For more information on Igor Ledochowski’s conversational hypnosis training, click on the link below.