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Can You Hypnotize Someone While They Sleep?

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Hypnotizing is generally done with the permission of the subject. When you want to make your subject do something without them knowing, it is called covert hypnosis. It can be done while the subject is asleep as the subconscious mind of a human never sleeps.
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