Neuro-Linguistic Programming: Voice in NLP
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You can use your voice to inject commands into people just as you would an SQL database. The way you say things is where the injection occurs, this single moment of injection is framed with regular conversation. Sometimes it’s more important how than what you say. Here’s how to inject commands into peoples’ psyche while having a simple conversation.
In English, the end of sentence shows if it’s a question, statement or command. Questions go up at the end of the sentence. Statements stay the same at the end and commands go down at the sentence close. Try this yourself or listen to others. Is that your dog? You can embed subtle commands into sentences by just changing them to a downward point during the sentence, not at the end. Here are a few simple commands for you to practice. Notice how they have the injected command inside the sentence. (Note: bold denotes to lower (deepen) your voice tone)
- “Remember how clean your room looked last Christmas?” The embedded command is “clean your room” with a time shift to a happier time. Pleasant painless injection.
- “Buy Now, you can see the benefits!” This one start low then up then back down for benefits.
- “The hire my company goes in consulting the more nice people like you we encounter.” Implanting the Hire my company with a pleasant comment has just increased your chance of being hired.
You can master the "Ultimate Voice" but it takes lots of practice. The ability to embed commands into normal conversation is a skill that is very useful when mastered. "Ultimate Voice" is the ability to inject commands into people without their knowledge. It can sound very artificial when new people try it until enough practice makes it second nature. Here is a site with exercises:
- "You can feel yourself relaxing as you slip into calmness".
This is a standard therapy phrase that can be adapted to nearly any command you like. Put extra emphasis on the vowels in the words you want to accent. Yooouurseeelf Reelaaxiing.
"I never could tell a lie that anybody would doubt, nor a truth that anybody would believe." -Mark Twain
It takes a lot of practice to master the proper use of tone in persuasion. Thank you to Brad, theNurse, for collecting this amazing collection of videos together that can help us to learn about how to properly use vocal tone to our benefit.
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