Hypnotic language and hypnotic speech patterns are used in hypnosis to induce the desired trance state. While a hypnotist is being accompanied into hypnosis, certain words and phrases are chosen and suggestions are formulated. In indirect hypnosis language, the words leave room for one's own and individual ideas and inner images. Various complex equivalents are used. These are, for example, connections according to which one thing logically leads to another. An example would be that one's breath indicates that one's relaxation is getting stronger and deeper. There are numerous hypnotic speech patterns, also the so-called Milton Model according to Milton Erickson is included here.