Help with "NON-instant" stage induction

Postby stephan » Tue Oct 18, 2016 11:33 am

Hi all, I'm Stephan from Belgium.
Sorry for my poor English.
I already hypnotized thousands of people in the Belgian streets, only using instant inductions.
My pre-talk is effective and I have no problem building rapport with people.

More and more people are asking me for shows.
The thing is I want to learn group inductions.
My favorite one is the Terry Stoke induction.
I own:
    Terry stoke stage induction DVD
    Michael Johns stage induction DVD
    Ormond McGill New Encyclopedia with tons of group inductions
    Several modified Elman inductions scripts
    Spidey Induction DVD
    Ronnings Guide
and probably other sources I forget to mention.

If my pretalk is perfect in any way, what group induction do you think works the best?
Sorry to ask, because most of the people want to learn instant inductions but I don't have that problem.

Thank you!
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Postby stephan » Tue Oct 18, 2016 11:42 am

I don't know if it is possible for me.
I don't have a deep relaxing bass voice like Terry Stokes (I love his embedded commands).
My voice is higher, I can't reach low notes.
I'm also not sure about the rhythm to respect.
Any help is welcome!
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Postby wizardoftrance » Mon Dec 12, 2016 10:31 pm

Hi Stephan,
I have met a fair number of stage hypnotists, all of which have varying styles on stage. It is not about your tone of voice, it is about finding folks that will follow your instructions. To be honest, some stage hypnotists have told me that they use what they know is a crappy induction. This is because only the easy ones respond to it, thus insuring that the folks left on stage after the culling will provide excellent results. Then, after sending the not so easy ones back to their seat, the audience is scanned for those who did not come up on stage but that are zonked in their seat. They are woken and invited to participate on stage also. I have also seen hypnotists who "side with the audience" as far as guessing who is hypnotized on stage and who isn't. Kind of a "breaking the fourth wall" scenario.
As far as what induction to use? Use one that utilizes visualization. Not everyone can visualize... but the easy ones can in spades and these are the folks you are after for your show. Be comfortable with who you are and what you have to offer, there is no best way to do things... only what works best for you and your style.
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