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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan20Post.mp4 You can make a strong argument that written words are what gives us humans the ultimate advantage. Way back in the days of cave people, spoken words ruled. If you had the best ideas, the best ways of describing your ideas, you'd be in pretty good shape. If you could tell stories around campfire every night that would motivate and inspire all the young hunters, you'd be in pretty good shape. One way to think of these campfire stories is a way to slowly implant post hypnotic suggestions. Normally, when we think of post hypnotic suggestions, we think of movie hypnosis or stage hypnosis. Every time you hear your name, you'll jump around like a kangaroo. Even in the movie, "The Manchurian Candidate," they had the idea of a post hypnotic suggestion. The secret assassin would get a call, hear the secret phrase, and suddenly shift into assassin mode. How would this play out in ancient hunter-gatherer story telling? All the young kids would understand the adults need to go out hunting every day. And they would invariably experience death, or loss. Ten guys would go out hunting, and only nine would come back. So before they were very old, they would realize that hunting is both necessary, and VERY dangerous. So the stories told HAD to inspire them. To give them a positive motivation to hunt that HAD to be stronger than the fear. What kind of stories were they told? The same structure that is in modern books and movies. That fighting the bad guys is dangerous, but necessary. Necessary to protect your friends and family. But if you DO manage to kill the monster, the rewards are ENORMOUS. Fame, fortune, and the admiration of all the young ladies. This is, in a nutshell, the hero's journey, What, specifically, is the post hypnotic suggestion? That when you see the monster, you'll feel courage, motivation and deep desire to destroy him. This is the power of words. Spoken words are incredibly powerful. Written words much more so. Sure, they lack the tonality, the expressions, the social cohesion of all the kids listening to and responding to the story in real time. But what they lack, they make up for in potential scale. If you write an effective story, it could resonate for years. Across generations. This is precisely why copywriting is a powerful skill to develop. Sure, you could be a novelist or a scriptwriter. Write something that will entertain people. But if you can write words that move people, persuade them, spur them to action, this is real power. This is the human spirit. To read and write moving messages that make us feel incredibly courageous, so we can overcome our fear and destroy the demons. This is real, tangible, magic. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotic-copywriting/
  2. Alchemist Cult of Metallurgy: https://mindpersuasion.com/alchemist-cult-of-metallurgy/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan20Loop.mp4
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  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan19Post.mp4 People love discovering secret things. In many movies, they put in Easter eggs. Hidden references to other movies. Weird characters that don't really belong. One of my favorites is from Fight Club. Early on, when one of the characters is in some weird therapy session, the famous Tyler Durden appears in the back ground for a split second. I only noticed it after I'd seen the movie a few times, and was watching it on DVD, where you could watch one frame at a time. The Da Vinci code and many similar books and movies are centered around secrets and hidden messages. In one study of chimps, they dropped a box of oranges in the chimp compound when everybody was sleeping. The first to find them was a young chimp. He clearly knew that if everybody woke up, he would only get a couple oranges. All the higher status males would get them. So, this young clever chimp hid them. So he could slowly eat them, one at a time, without being detected. Even chimps like the idea of hidden treasure. Even chimps can run long game to get an advantage over their betters. Many movies have secrets hidden in that compel us to watch them a second time. Movies like Sixth Sense, or Inception. Where people argue about the ending, and need to watch it a few times to see what it REALLY means. We LOVE the idea of finding hidden meanings in words and texts. Study some lyrics of some songs by the Beatles and you'll find all kinds of cryptic sounding phrases. People LOVE to discuss this stuff. Sometimes to extreme levels. Charlie Manson famously thought some of the Beatles' songs were about the Book of Revelation. The Book of Revelation itself is filled with symbolic writing and images. If you can write things that have deeper meanings, meanings that people will enjoy discovering, you can make a lot of money. How do you do this? Some people just kind of do this naturally, without needing to think. These are the guys like the Beatles, Shakespeare and guys who write movies like Inception and Sixth Sense. But you CAN learn how to do this. There is a science to writing in a specific way so people will find their own versions of deeper meanings. Some styles are specifically written so everybody can find their own, personal, subjective meaning. But other styles are designed so they can find SPECIFIC things. What things? If you are a copywriter, things about your product. Things that will make them WANT to buy. Because this is a very rare skill, it can fetch quite a lot of money. Which means if you learn how, you'll have a skill that will ALWAYS be in high demand. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotic-copywriting/
  5. Lucid Dreaming Archetypes: https://mindpersuasion.com/lucid-dreaming-archetypes/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/lucid-dreaming-archetypes https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan19Loop.mp4
  6. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan18Post.mp4 Language is both extremely powerful yet something we humans rarely think about. It's one component of our powerfully imaginative brains. It can be thought of as a hallucination transmission device. You have an idea, you put words to that idea, and that same idea is now in somebody else's brain. That simple concept, of thinking of an idea, and transmitting that idea to another human may well be the driving force that grew our brains. Between two million years ago and now, our brains tripled in size. Thought and language may have been the driving force. How so? Humans are hierarchical. The higher you are up the ladder, the more sex you get. The more sex you get, the more babies you make. Those babies will have the very same traits that got YOU up that hierarchy ladder. This makes perfect sense if we imagine that having the best ideas, and describing those ideas was a key component of social hierarchy for the past couple million years. Even way BEFORE we invented language. Even chimps, whom we split with six or eight million years ago live in a tight hierarchy. And just like us, the higher a chimp is up the ladder, the more sex he gets, and the more babies he makes. And unlike gorillas, whose sheer size determines status, chimps rely more on their wits. They behave in very clever, and very long game strategizing ways. So it's easy to imagine how proto humans a couple million years ago (four million years AFTER we split from chimps) would win the hierarchy contests by having the BEST ideas. Today, those ideas are expressed with words. Words and thoughts are not generally thought to be related. The "art" of expressing your thoughts with well chosen words is NOT something most people are skilled in. Everybody has plenty experiences poorly expressing fantastic ideas. But it is something you can practice. And like anything else, the more you practice, the better you get. This is what Voltaire meant when he said one of his most famous quotes: "Give me ten minutes to talk away my ugly face, and I'll bed the queen of France." This is TRUE confidence. One that does not care about looks. One that says let me talk, and I can talk my way into ANYTHING. This can be applied to conversations to make sales or to make anybody dream about you. But this can also be applied to the written word. To get people salivating over WHATEVER you are writing about. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotic-copywriting/
  7. Ancient Alien Mythology: https://mindpersuasion.com/ancient-alien-mythology/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan18Loop.mp4
  8. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan17Post.mp4 Recently, or perhaps not so recently, there have been a lot of "concern" with AI. That one day soon, robots will take over. Of course, this is nothing new. One of the episodes of the Twilight Zone was some poor guy who put himself out of a job by too much automation. Every since the Industrial Revolution, people have been worried about being replaced by robots. So, perhaps the latest fears of super intelligent AI somehow deciding we humans are obsolete is just another version of that. But consider that humans have something AI will never have. This is easy to understand from an evolutionary perspective. Evolution is based on natural selection. Natural selection is essentially a competition. A fight between and among species, sometimes called "survival of the fittest." But even that label is a bit too understated. Whoever can survive gets to live. Whoever loses, loses. A common misunderstanding is that evolution has some specific goal it is pointing toward. Something "better" or more efficient. It's nice to think that, but it might not be true. The environment evolves naturally. Sometimes heavily influenced by the living creatures, sometimes not. Whoever can "keep up," gets to stay alive. Whoever doesn't, doesn't. What does "keep up" mean, exactly? Getting enough food to stay alive. Having enough sex and making enough copies. Sounds simple, right? Get enough to eat, and get laid a few times? But at the same time, 99% of all living things eventually didn't make the cut. They got eliminated. Thanks for playing. They couldn't get enough to eat, and couldn't have enough sex. One way to think about the slowly evolving environment, and all the living creatures trying desperately to keep us, is with the joke about the two guys hiking who see a bear. Two guys see a bear. One guy starts putting on his running shoes. Other guys says he's crazy since he can't outrun a bear. First guy says I don't need to outrun the bear, I just need to outrun you. This is natural selection in a nutshell. This is also survival within any society, based on any metric, in nutshell. This is why many people like the idea of magic and free stuff. Because at its heart, all life is essentially a competition. People don't like to compete. People like guaranteed incomes and participation trophies. What does this mean, for you, Dear Reader? Embrace the competition. Embrace your inner drive. Your human spirit. To get in the game. Not to play, not to have fun, but to win. Dominate: https://mindpersuasion.com/money-instinct/
  9. Dystopian Drone Army: https://mindpersuasion.com/dystopian-drone-army/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan17Loop.mp4
  10. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan16Post.mp4 There's a pretty cool idea called "co-evolution." It describes how different species tend to form overlapping relationships. Most of them are between insects and plants. Simply because there are tons of different insects, and tons of different plants. Bees and flowers are the most popular example. The flowers give the bees nectar. The bees cross pollinate the flowers. To get the nectar, the bees have to go inside the flower. The pick up pollen on these small prickly things that have outside. And when they go from flower to flower, they pick up pollen from one flower, and leave it in another flower. Of course, neither the bees nor the flowers have any idea what's going on. But we can sort of imagine how his insect-flower "trade agreement" might have occurred. Once upon a time, there were plenty of different kinds of bees. And there were different kinds of flowers. The flowers that happened to have their free nectar right next to their pollen were a perfect match for the nectar loving bees who happened to have those prickly things on them. Maybe there were a bunch of nectar loving bees without those prickly things. Maybe there were a bunch of nectar giving flowers with their pollen somewhere else. But after tens of thousands (or millions) of generations of natural selection, these two (the bees and the flowers) are a perfect match. This type of "co-evolution" is also what they think domesticated dogs. It wasn't like humans went out one day, captured a bunch of wolves and decided to train them. Over perhaps several hundred generations, the most passive dogs started hanging around humans. Just like bees and flowers, they "co-evolved" to help each other out. The dogs got easy food, that they didn't have to chase or kill. The humans got a potentially fierce looking and sounding animal that would chase away strangers. Just like bees and flowers, a perfect match. Another perfect match happens between humans and humans. We humans have TONS of overlapping selfishness. Adam Smith describes this in the book, "The Wealth of Nations." He said the farmer, the butcher, the baker, they don't work hard to produce bread and beer because they desperately want us to be happy. They want our money. But they also know that the only way to get our money is to make something we want MORE than our money. This is the same as bees and flowers. Only we humans have two very critical advantages. One is our conscious thinking minds. We can look around and CHOOSE what kind of stuff we can make. The other is money. When these two ideas combine, magic happens. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/money-instinct/
  11. Hallucinated Evolution: https://mindpersuasion.com/hallucinated-evolution/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan16Loop.mp4
  12. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan15Post.mp4 Ben Franklin famously said that only two things are certain: Death and taxes. Maybe he was kidding, maybe it was a deep insight into human nature. There are, of course, a lot more things about life that are certain. Yes, we all die. But what about taxes? If you study what they call, "Big History," which is essentially the history of all societies, most have some kind of taxation. But they also have plenty of other similarities. One is they all figured out how to grow a bunch of food in many, many different environments. Another is they've all had a form of prostitution. Another is they are all more or less organized into a hierarchy. And most had some systemized kind of writing. So it would seem that there is a lot more to life that is certain that only paying taxes and looking forward to the long dirt nap. Another thing you'll find in every society since the dawn of time is a kind of money. One way to think about this is that if you can find the very same behavior no matter where you look, it's got to be an instinct. We all get hungry and eat. We all get thirsty and drink. We all get horny and TRY our best to have sex. We all like the idea of not working compared to working. If you had a time travel, invisible, flying observation room, it would be very hard to find too many people who were in a fantastic mood on Monday morning. You'd also be hard pressed to find people that were depressed on Friday afternoon. Sad they were going to be away from their boss for a couple days. Everybody dreams about the same things, more or less. Sex with supermodels. Dream romances with dream partners. Having a huge house in a fantastic location. Being able to eat the most delicious food. NEVER having to pay taxes. These all represent the ideal situation with respect to our instincts. Enjoying all the positives, without having to put up with the negatives. Central to all of this is the idea of money. Before large societies, back when we were hunters, there was no money. Once they invented large societies, there was money. Money fulfilled a need. That is to satisfy and enhance trade between people with different skills. But it also opened up MASSIVE possibilities. See, hunters couldn't ever rest. No animal they killed, or fish they caught would feed them for every long. But once money was invented, this allowed people to get as much money as they could. The more of this magic stuff you could get, the LESS you had to work. Money is the sum total of ALL our instincts. Understand money, understand everything. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/money-instinct/
  13. Post Event Persuasion: https://mindpersuasion.com/post-event-persuasion/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/post-event-persuasion https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan15Loop.mp4
  14. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan14Post.mp4 In many movies and stories, there is sometimes an alpha contest. A bunch of people will be stranded on an island, or in an elevator, or somewhere. And they always have some of contest between guys about who gets to be in charge. This makes for entertaining fiction. Because it's partly true. But the best "leaders" are not generally the people who WANT to be leaders. The best leaders are the people who are chosen by others. Everybody looks at them and says, "dude, you need to take charge, nobody else knows what to do..." And the reluctant leader takes charge, and figures everything out. But some leaders, who want to be leaders, are very, very clever. Others, not so much. Way back when Reagan was shot, Alexander Haig made waves by immediately claiming he was in charge. When in reality, he was third or fourth in the chain of command. These are the kinds of guys who people tend to avoid. They kind that are always looking for a reason to boss people around. The kind of people who walk up to you, look over your shoulder and try to tell you a better way to do what you are doing. These people exist on all levels. Small offices, big corporations and even large countries. One of the most powerful ways to be in control is to first convince people that you aren't in control. Or that you don't even exist. This is that famous quote about the devil. That the biggest trick he ever pulled was to convince everybody he doesn't exist. This metaphor rings true because it is EXACTLY how people operate. The most power hungry people of all time. They know that if you make it OBVIOUS you want to be in charge, you've got to have a reason to be in charge. Which means as soon as somebody else comes up with a better reason, then THEY get to be in charge. But the people who REALLY crave power know that the best power is always HIDDEN. And if you go back into any society, since the dawn of time, this type of power has always involved money of some sort. Controlling the money of any society is like meta control over everybody else. This is why nearly all governments since the dawn of time have controlled the money supply. The ideal situation is for the government to control the money, so ordinary people won't think too much about it. The thing is, money existed BEFORE governments were invented. Money existed long before societies were even invented. There's evidence of very basic forms of money being used 100,000 years ago. Which an ONLY mean that money is a human instinct. Not an invention by power hungry goofs looking over your shoulder trying to tell you what to do. Understand money, understand everything. Get Started: https://mindpersuasion.com/money-instinct/
  15. Parasite Carnivore Forest: https://mindpersuasion.com/parasite-carnivore-forest/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan14Loop.mp4
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