But hypnotizing people outside a clinic, in a day to day situation is an entirely different matter.
I'm not saying that being a certified hypnotherapist is easy; I know for a fact that it isn't.
However, being a covert hypnotist is much more complex.
Why? Because when a when people go to a hypnotherapy clinic, their mental defenses are lowered.
Their psyche is prepared for you.
But when you try to hypnotize someone in a conversation, you have to bypass their psyche, which make it much more difficult.
This isn't hypnosis in the formal sense.
It's more of an influential message.
You're not doing anything illegal or immoral by doing this.
Another reason why hypnotizing someone outside a clinic is much more difficult than doing it in a regular clinic is the matter of attention.
When a person is sitting in a clinic in front of a therpist, their entire attention is given to that therapist making it easier for him or her to hypnotize them.
In a real life situation this is never the case as we are constantly distracted by noises, sights, and scents.
You're not given a person's full attention.
Hypnotizing someone in a conversation requires the ability to combine words, phrases, tone of voice, pronunciation, and timing into one or more suggestive messages.
This is called conversational hypnosis.
Once you control this ability, which very few people do, you can influence other people simply by talking to them.
Learning to master conversational hypnosis is a difficult matter.
You can either find someone who is willing to teach you (I tried and it costs thousands) or you can use an online program.
There are a great number of programs on the Internet today, but most of them are scams, created by people who have no idea what they're talking about.
If you're serious about learning how to secretly hypnotize people and get them to do what you want, I recommened that you use one of these 2 programs: Underground Hypnosis by Taylor Starr, and Conversational Hypnosis by Cliffor Mee.