posted on Nov, 17 2012 @ 11:01 PM
reply to post by sugarcookie1
I too have studied self hypnosis and utilize it to increase my awareness, to relax, and to focus my energy to direct my activities toward
achieving personal goals. I have been a teacher, speaker and a pastor and I have experienced the power of hypnotic speech. When you have the audience
listening to your every word, watching your every movement there comes a time when you can experience almost a transcendental power. Whether it is
described as a charismatic anointing or mesmerizing presentation, you know when you hit it. Because it is such a high that it can become addictive and
can be abused. I believe there must be an endorphin release that takes place. I don't know exactly how to describe the experience but have felt there
is also an energy exchange between myself and the audience.
I agree with you about Hitler. I don't speak German but when I watch him I notice by his body gestures, facial expression, his modulating volume he
is projecting powerful hypnotic speech.