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https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun07Post.mp4 I love movies. Especially movies you can watch over and over. Movies that are rich with meaning. Movies that are purposely open to interpretation. This is essentially what makes a classic. Movies that different generations can watch over and over. But here's the thing, as much as we think something like this is possible, it is IMPOSSIBLE to reverse engineer a classic. When actors, directors and writers get together to make a movie, NOBODY knows it's going to be a classic. The people who DO think they are making a classic usually make a movie that is utter crap. Al Pacino said that he was filming the FIRST Godfather, he thought it, and HE was going to suck. An interview of Mick Jagger when he was in his early twenties said that he thought maybe the Rolling Stones would last for "a couple years." Even an fairly recent interview with William Shatner, he jokingly said they knew they were doing something brilliant. Because even he knows that is impossible. What does all this mean? For one, most of the inputs into what will become a classic are SUBCONSCIOUS. The actors are inspired to play a character a certain way. The directors are inspired to direct a certain way. They screenwriters are inspired to interpret a book or story a certain way. Nobody sits down and plans a classic. If that were even REMOTELY possible, no movies would suck. But as you know, many, many movies suck. Now, if you're making movies, there are a LOT of variables that go into even making a DECENT movie. And even then there are NO guarantees. Plenty of sports teams tried to buy a boatload of fantastic players, hoping they'd have a sure thing of a championship. But even this rarely works out. This is because humans aren't robots. Not even close. We have intentions, skills, strategies that are mostly unconscious. If you've ever been in a relationship with somebody who has a problem, this can be MADDENING. On the other hand, if you car is acting up, it won't take a decent very long to find out what's wrong. But with humans? Most of the time we don't even know what we want ourselves. Let alone know how to express what's wrong. Especially when we try and force all our deep emotions through our very tiny, very limited conscious filter. Limited not only by the words we can use, but by the emotions we are willing to consciously acknowledge. Why not make it easy on them? Why not learn the communication that exists FAR BELOW consciousness? This will make everything much, much easier. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/intuition/
https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb13Post.mp4 Storytelling and hypnosis are very closely related. Therapeutic hypnosis and movies are essentially the same structure. You sit there and let another "entity" do your thinking for you. When you are in the therapist's office, he or she is talking, you've got your eyes closed, and your following along with their words. So long as their words are guiding you toward better and more resourceful emotions, you're pretty good. Similarly, when w watch a movie or even a TV show, we are letting the story do our thinking for us. Most of the time, this is just to relax our brain. But when a movie or show grabs our attention, it can move us through some very POWERFUL emotions. This is essentially what the Greeks discovered, and called Catharsis, way back in the day. A way to specifically move people through a series of specific feelings and emotions. In a way that would give them the feelings, but not of the risk. They could experience, pain, love, loss, grief, success, agony, etc., ALL without upsetting their real lives. The Hero's Journey story is essentially a well calibrated, motivational story. To give the hero enough confidence and get out there and kill the bad guys, and get the rewards. Fame, sex, admiration and respect. Most people spit words without much thought. We have half baked ideas and spit them out with randomly chosen words and phrases. But language is, or can be, EXTREMELY powerful. You can move people's emotions with your words. And once you realize this, you can move them ANYWHERE you want. To inspire, to motivate, to persuade, to seduce. And if you toss in a few well placed ambiguities, something very, very cool will happen. If you tell a story about dragons and knights, it can be pretty entertaining. But they'll remember it being about dragons and knights. But if you carefully calibrate WHERE you put in the specific vagueness, they will remember the story with THEM as the hero. Which means they'll take OWNERSHIP of the ideas in the story. This means with simple words, you can lead ANYBODY to make any decision you want. All while believing it was their idea. Not yours. They'll fall in love with you, if you want. They'll give you money, if you want. They'll wish they'd never met you, if you want. And anything else you can dream up. This hypnotic storytelling skill can be used anywhere words can be spoken. Clubs, bookstores, shopping malls, telephone calls, or anywhere else you can dream of. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/sugar-baby-hypnosis/
https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept22Post.mp4 Movies with twists are pretty cool. Especially ones that are well set up. So you can watch them again and again, and see what you missed. Even better are movies that people talk about. This is kind of a deep marketing technique. Perhaps on purpose, perhaps on accident. To make a movie with a twist so cool that people talk about it. And these people talking about it will be like viral marketing. For for new viewers and repeat viewers. A couple movies that fit this were Inception and Sixth Sense. Movies that people saw, talked about, and then wanted to see again. Organically, this is a pretty cool experience. But plenty of people try to fake it. Both in the movie, and in the marketing. Some movies are pretty bad with their twists. They come up with twists that NOBODY could have seen coming. No clues, no foreshadowing, nothing. Some are so bad they make the viewers angry. Like they've been tricked. Some are based on lazy writing. They call this "Deus Ex Machina," or "god from the machine." When the writers have written themselves into a corner, and can't figure out how to solve it. So they have some magical character come in out of nowhere to fix everything. Other times, the marketing is fake. The movie is just kind of so-so. No big twist, and a pretty boring plot. This is when the advertisers hire people to PRETEND to write organic articles. The idea is to try and create buzz, so it SOUNDS LIKE it's another Sixth Sense or Inception. Recently I read one of these "fake articles" about some recent movie on Netflix. The article made it sound like it was the scariest horror movie since The Omen, filled with unexpected twists, etc. I looked it up on IMDB and it had a rating of 5.2 out of 10. Talk about fake news! You'll find this kind of thing EVERYTHING. Fake ideas talking about fake things trying to create fake buzz. Or politicians talking about fake solutions to fake problems. There's so much fake nonsense floating around it's hard to tell everything apart. Human nature, however, has NOT changed. Not one bit. Which means the deep things that drive us are still the same. The things we like, the things we don't like. But most importantly the COSTS of things. We live in such a fake world filled with fake ideas, many people actually BELIEVE they can get something for nothing. For those folks, this will end up being the WORST TWIST in the WORST kind of horror movie ever. For others like you, who know what's up, that won't happen. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/seven-rules/
There are two types of hypnosis that aren't really hypnosis. They are based on setup more than anything. Without that setup, the "hypnosis" is much less effective. The first is stage hypnosis. Consider everything that goes into getting "hypnotized" on stage. For one, the hypnotist has to have a ton of authority. Enough to sell tickets. Then he begins by "hypnotizing" the audience. And while he's doing this, he looks out to find the BEST subjects. Then he calls people up to the stage. And once they are up on the stage, he usually gives them another hypnotic test. The ones who pass get to stay up on stage. The ones who don't are kicked off. So far, what this is a VERY rigorous sorting process. What is he sorting for? The people who are the most SUSCEPTIBLE to hypnosis. Think of a guy who advertised his hypnosis show on Facebook. The ad was seen by maybe 50,000 people. Of those 50,000 people, 50 bought a ticket. Of those, 10 people came up on stage. Of those ten, 8 stayed up after the hypnosis test. He hasn't even used any hypnosis yet, but he's already found the 8 people out of 50,000 that are the MOST SUSCEPTIBLE to hypnosis. And guess what? If you have 8 people out of 50,000 who are INSANELY susceptible to hypnosis, you don't need much hypnosis. You just basically TELL THEM what to do, and they'll do it. And if you watch any stage hypnotist, this is what they do. What about YouTube hypnotists? They do the same thing. The FILTER out the most susceptible people who are the EASIEST to hypnotize. They do it a bit differently, but they still do it. They try their hypno-game on a couple hundred people a day. But the edit out all the ones that don't work. It might take them a week, but they'll eventually get 5-10 people who are VERY EASY to put into a trance. If you try this yourself, you'll find that 1-2% of the population will basically do whatever you tell them. Stage hypnosis and YouTube hypnosis are a sorting process to FIND these people. Once you find those people, the actual words don't matter. But what if you don't want to sort people? What if you want to actually LEARN hypnotic words? Words that will work on most everybody? You can. Because such a kind of hypnosis exists. Because it's COVERT hypnosis, nobody but you can know you are using it. And if you take the time to learn it, it will make you incredibly powerful. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/party-hypnosis/