(Warning: trancey language follows.)

I recommend the following leading question for hypnotic play:

“…don’t you think?”

This is a fascinating spiral, don’t you think?

The eyes of the girl in the mirror look so sleepy, don’t you think?

It’s far too much work to move a muscle right now, don’t you think?

It’s easy to agree with everything you’re told, don’t you think?

Don’t you think?

Don’t you think?

Don’t you think.

The brain has a funny way of processing language. When you end a (rhetorical) question with “don’t you think?” you’re asking if the person agrees with you. And yet, there’s another meaning behind “Don’t you think” that the brain can’t help picking up as well.

Don’t you think?

Don’t you think.

Don’t you think.

You don’t think.

You don’t think.

You don’t think.

Don’t think.

Don’t think.

Don’t think.

That’s right. I was asking for your opinion a moment ago, wasn’t I? But now I’m telling you to let go of opinions for a while. Let go of thoughts. Let go of volition. Don’t think.

Don’t think.

Just obey.