5Can you imagine...?You probably already knowthat people are more likely todo what they are familiar with, and that imaginingsomething is a great way tocreate familiarity. Can youimagine what you would doon an airplane if you reallyenjoyed flying? Can youimagine all the situationswhere you would use thislanguage pattern if youpracticed it and really knewit?6One can, <name>, _____.By adding the person's nameat the beginning of theembedded command, youwill make it much morepowerful. One can, Eve, feelgood for no reason at all. Onecan, Greta, enjoy theexperienceof hypnosis without knowingexactly what is going tohappen. One can, Joe, let theeyes close just because itfeelsgood. Who can? ? One can.We're not talking about you,Joe.7You might notice the feelings... as you ...You might notice the feelingsdirects attention to internalbody sensations, which isgood for hypnotic inductions.As youprovides another opportunity for an indirectsuggestion. You might noticethe feelings in your feet, asyourelax them completely. Youmight notice the feelings of comfort as you begin to relaxyou whole body.8A person might, <name>, _____.Say the name close to thesecond half of the sentence,and it becomes a personalembedded command. Aperson might, Sarah, take thelessons from that situation andthen let go of the old emotions.Aperson might, Diana, find somegood reasons that make datingcompelling.