In Edward Norton’s latest film “The Illusionist,” he briefly hypnotizes Jessica Biel. Then she shoots him this look, full of desire. This was one of his tricks. He was able to seduce her. With that, several of his audience were convinced that he was a devil worshiper.
When a person is seduced, it is as if they are really hypnotized. That’s where the term “hypnosis seduction” comes from.
You see hypnosis on television countless times. The cliche phrase is, ‘look me in the eye’. Or someone else would be closely watching this pendulum swinging from left to right. By doing so, the person will fall asleep. Then when he hears the snap of a finger, he wakes up and does what is asked of him.
When you are under hypnosis, you have no control over your own actions. Your mind is off and you only hear the voice of the hypnotist. You could resist, but only for very little.
When a woman is attracted to a man, it is as if she is hypnotized. Whatever a man asks of her, she does it, without a second thought. Remember that scene in “The Phantom of the Opera”, when the phantom led Christine to his lair. While singing “Music of the Night”, Christine was completely fascinated with him.
You can tell you’ve completely seduced a woman if you reach this point of high suggestiveness, similar to Christine’s in “The Phantom of the Opera.”
Returning to reality, for a man to seduce a woman, he must be an authority figure. In that way, the woman sees him as a man of power and is more likely to submit to what he commands. Now you see why women love celebrities or political icons. They are initially drawn to the power they have.
But since we are in the real world, we know that it is difficult to become a celebrity or a political icon. What you can do is build social proof. By building this, you will become desirable and will be able to attract any woman because of the authority that you represent.
How do you do this? First, let’s get this point across. There are many types of seduction. There is the seduction that convinces a person to ignore its principles. Like Gollum he was so tempted by the power that the ring represents that he killed his friend Deagol just to obtain it. Then there is the seduction of the opposite sex, as reflected in The Phantom and Christine in a previous paragraph.
The type of seduction we are concentrating on is the temptation to attract people to your side, so that they are on the same page as you.
So why should you ‘hypnotize’ them?
When you’re a hypnotist, your goal is to narrow the focus of your entire audience to a single topic. You are convincing that person to do what you want them to do. Take, for example, the beauty magazines there. Remember the days when supermodels graced the cover? Today, actresses pose for these magazines. Actresses like the sexy Jessica Alba and the ever gorgeous Angelina Jolie have been more accessible to the public due to their blockbuster movies. The magazines made the right move to have them on their cover because that way, people will take copies, which means an increase in their sales list.
People bought copies because seeing Jessica Alba or Angeline Jolie smiling at them as they passed magazine stores was like being hypnotized to get one.
By limiting your target audience’s attention to a single point, you can suggest what their next move would be. Seduction by hypnosis requires charm. By enchanting them and exuding an authoritative position, then you can totally bring them to your side.