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  1. Spiritual Physical Dichotomies: https://mindpersuasion.com/spiritual-dichotomies-homeopathic-cures/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept16Loop.mp4
  2. Debt Diamonds and Copycat Humans https://mindpersuasion.com/diamonds-weddings-and-debt/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July7Loop.mp4
  3. Instinctive Secrets To Creating Wealth: https://mindpersuasion.com/trade-magic-economics/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July5Loop.mp4
  4. Magic Spells Growing In Your Brain https://mindpersuasion.com/quantum-tunneling-through-pancakes/
  5. There's a very common idea that money comes from the government. But this is very dangerous. There have been brief periods when this was helpful. But there have been many more incidents when government issued money caused way more problems that they intended to solve. The very first official "money" was created way back with King Croesus of Lydia made the first coins. About 500 BC or so. These were very helpful, because before that happened, you had to KNOW the person from whom you were accepting any kind of exchange. But once the first official coins were created, economic activity exploded. But like all good things, there good sides and bad sides. One of the many reasons for the collapse of the Roman Empire was HOW the government became corrupt. If you find a coin from the early stages of the empire, it's mostly silver. 90% or so. But if you get a coin from a later period, a couple hundred years later, it's only 10% silver. Why the change? If you work for the government, the only money you can get is by collecting taxes. (or invading other countries and stealing their stuff). But some clever Emperors figured out a sneaky way to get money. They collected all the coins, melted them down, and then made more. If you start with 100,000 coins of 90% silver, melt them down, you can make 200,000 coins of 45% silver. That's like getting 100,000 coins for FREE! One of the reasons the Roman Empire collapses was the money died. You'll find that this is very common in collapsing societies. Once they money dies, it's all over. So, in order for the money to come from the government, you've got to TRUST the government to not pull stuff like this. But in all cases, government issued money is NOT a new idea. It's not like people are sitting around, wishing they could buy and sell stuff to each other. They were already doing this BEFORE King Croesus invented coins. The coins just made it easier. The truth is that if you put ANY group of people together, they will FIGURE OUT what to use for money. This means finding and using money is a human INSTINCT. Even little kids, when trading things like Pokemon cards, know that some cards are useful, but only because they can be traded for other cards. Every society that has ever lived have used some kind of money. Sometimes the government helps this process. Sometimes they muck it up. But the most important point is the idea of money exists inside your BRAIN. And in the brain of everybody else. Expand this natural instinct, so you can make as much money as you can. Whatever from it may take. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/money-brain/
  6. I read an interesting article the other day. About strange ways to make money. For example, you can make $400 a month selling plasma. Or, if you qualify, (which is hard according to the article) you can make a few grand a month selling your sperm. Another goofy article talked about a woman who makes $40K a year being a professional "cuddler." Kind of a strange job, but it doesn't seem to take much. Except being able to cuddle strangers all day. If you look, you can find plenty of ways to make money. These are just a couple strange ideas that I noticed recently. But you won't find them if you don't look. Unfortunately, having negative money beliefs will keep you from seeing what is out there. This comes across via cognitive dissonance. Our subconscious won't let us notice something that contradicts our beliefs about ourselves. The most common limiting belief about money is a feeling of unworthiness. This is not something that we can consciously recognize. In fact, quite the opposite. We ONLY do things that are inside our comfort zone. And our comfort zone is defined but what we feel worthy doing. We don't feel worthy outside of our comfort zone. But even ADMITTING that we feel unworthy is nearly impossible. Our subconscious does plenty of mental gymnastics to keep us safe. But if you SLIGHTLY decrease your negative beliefs, and SLIGHTLY increase your feeling of worthiness, you will SLIGHTLY expand your comfort zone. It's KIND OF like the red car effect, but much more complicated. You don't notice any red cars until you buy one. Then you buy one and you see them everywhere. The same thing happens when you SLOWLY expand you comfort zone. You'll slowly see more money OPPORTUNITIES. Since these are opportunities, and not sacks of cash laying there in plain sight, you'll need to INTERACT with them. Sometimes this might mean talking to people whom you don't normally talk to. Or go places where you don't normally go. Or read goofy articles about selling plasma that you don't normally read. And you might even go to one of those plasma places. And guess who you'd meet? Other people who are ACTIVELY seeking interesting ways to make money. And who knows where that might lead? One thing that WON'T work is waiting around for a money, or money opportunities, to land in your lap. They're out there. But you have to look. And to see them, you need to remove your money-blinders. The limiting beliefs that ONLY allow you to see things your subconscious thinks you are worthy of. Start removing your money beliefs, and you'll see a whole new world out there. Get Started: http://mindpersuasion.com/money-brain/
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  8. https://mindpersuasion.com/genetic-dispositions/
  9. https://mindpersuasion.com/meta-levels-of-consciousness/
  10. https://mindpersuasion.com/origins-of-long-game/
  11. https://mindpersuasion.com/the-magic-of-the-earth/
  12. https://mindpersuasion.com/the-transmitted-gift/
  13. Most people have a huge dream of getting a sudden windfall. Everybody would LOVE to "get" rich. Just by how we describe the process is instructive. Of transitioning from a state of "not being rich" to being in a state of "being rich." Nobody says they want to create riches. Nobody says they want to build riches. Nobody says they want to earn riches. Most people dream about GETTING rich. Like getting a birthday present. Or getting a compliment. Both are nice things that other people GIVE US. It's kind of like learning music. A lot of people would like to be able to PLAY music, but few are willing to build actual music-playing skills. But suppose, just for "fun," that you DID "get" rich. Most people believe that would be a GODSEND. That ALL your problems would be gone. This is unfortunately, not true. Both theoretically and empirically. Imagine the life of somebody who "gets" rich. They go from struggling with their bills, having to deal with bosses, coworkers, and neighbors that they HATE to having those problems VANISH. The first thing they do is quit their job. Then they buy a new house. Most of us "believe" that we'll only spend "enough" to get by. Maybe spend our time on hobbies, or traveling, or learning. But here's the part most people don't anticipate. Spending money FEELS GOOD. Just like eating FEELS GOOD. And most people when they think they are only going to EAT a little bit, end up eating a lot. So our newly hypothetical rich person buys those first few things (house, car, new shoes, etc.) it FEELS GOOD. That's when the problems begin. Since it FEELS GOOD, it's very, very hard to stop. So you buy something else. But because of diminishing returns, every next thing you buy feels a little bit LESS GOOD than the first thing. When you quit your job, it felt great. When you bought a new house in a new neighborhood it felt great. When you bought a new car it felt great. But then you bought another car, and it didn't feel so great. The more you spend, the less great it feels. This is a problem. A HUGE problem. Because the more money you spend, the less money you have. Pretty soon, you need to buy something just to feel NORMAL. Eventually you run out of money. And feel miserable. Why does a sudden windfall of riches feel so compelling? Consider that it's an instinct. One that mother nature programmed us with. So we could focus on that NEXT THING with pure intention. Unfortunately, many of our instincts don't work so well in modern times. But if you learn how to re-calibrate them, you'll be back in business. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/goal-setting-sucks/
  14. https://mindpersuasion.com/magic-book-of-wisdom/
  15. https://mindpersuasion.com/maximum-compatibility/
  16. https://mindpersuasion.com/original-entrepreneur/
  17. Vampires are an interesting metaphor. Mythical creatures that live off human blood. Vampire bats do the same thing. So do plenty of parasites. From a pure energy standpoint, you could do a lot worse than having blood as your main source of food. Blood has plenty of nutrients. One of the richest fictional characters is a vampire. The richest is Scrooge McDuck. The second richest is that vampire family from the Twilight books. The vampires are rich because of compound interest. This why pretty much all vampires are also wealthy. If you lived for a couple hundred years, you’d be rich too. All you would need to do is live SLIGHTLY beneath your means for a hundred years or so, and let the compound interest pile up. So if you DID become a vampire, you’d have to work a crappy job for a while (hundred years or so) while compound interest worked in your favor. Once you’d accumulated your billions, then you could wreak havoc on humans. Interestingly enough, vampire bats also have very basic credit system. Sometimes they go out hunting and come back with a belly full of blood. Sometimes they don’t get squat. But the successful ones “loan” money to the unsuccessful ones. And everybody remembers who owes whom. If they same dude keeps borrowing blood, and never pays it back, nobody will lend to him. Monkeys do this also when they groom each other. They remember who helped whom, and who owes whom. In modern society, a common metaphor for central bankers are vampires. Or “vampire squid” to be specific. This goes WAY back to the beginning of the Federal Reserve in 1913. Now, why would they call central bankers vampires? Money is the lifeblood of society. Just like blood is the lifeblood of humans. Vampires sneak in at night and steal our blood. Central bankers pretty much do the same thing. Slowly suck the blood-money out of society. What does it all mean? Money is important. In every way imaginable. One of the biggest cons the elites have consistently propagated over the centuries, from all the way back to the Roman Empire, is the idea that money is bad, or evil. This is another reason why money is purposely NOT taught in school. It’s something you have to learn about on your own. But the real secret is that money is SIMPLE. It’s an instinct. And when you understand it, and re-calibrate your money instinct for modern times, you’ll see why. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/money-instinct/
  18. One of the most confusing subjects is money. Talk to ten different people, and you’ll get ten different ideas about money. Most people that have “enough” money, would like a little bit more. Many people also have an idea that beyond a certain amount of money, wanting more is somehow wrong. But the idea of money is very subjective. We all have ideas about money crammed into our heads before we even learn to speak. We were surrounded by adults who talk about money. Even though we didn’t know what it is (since we didn’t know how to talk yet) it’s something “bad.” It causes anxiety, fights between the grownups, and at the same time, there is never enough. You probably have plenty of vague early memories of wanting something, asking mom or dad, and being told that there’s not enough money. But even deeper, that answer, “sorry, we don’t have enough money,” wasn’t delivered in an honest way. Most adults, when their children ask for something that they can’t afford, feel upset. So when they say, “Sorry, we don’t have enough money” part of that is delivered as if the child is wrong simply for asking. Consequently, we all grow up feeling GUILTY for even wanting more money. So when we hear others talking about money as if it’s GOOD, part of us feels uncomfortable. Because we have deep memories of anxiety and guilt simply for asking for things that the adults didn’t have money to provide. Add on to the idea that the super rich people want to STAY super rich, and a fantastic way to do that is to MAKE SURE everybody believes money is somehow “wrong,” and you’ve got a perfect recipe. A recipe for some MASSIVELY messed up money beliefs and ideas. Most people couldn’t even describe accurately where money “comes from.” When we are kids, we think it comes from grownups. When we are grownups, most of us think it comes from the government. But in reality, money is an INSTINCT. It’s something that pops up in every society. Even in places where there is no legal money, people will use SOMETHING. Watch little kids trading things like Pokemon cards. This is a PERFECT example of the money instinct. This instinct, however, was calibrated in a much different environment. But like any piece of equipment that is OUT of calibration, all you need to do is re-calibrate it, and it’ll work fine. So if you re-calibrate your money instinct, your money instinct will work fine. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/money-instinct/
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  20. https://mindpersuasion.com/personal-money-energy-symbol/
  21. It's very hard to not get jealous of other people's success. After all, our mind-body systems still have instincts that are holdovers from way back in the day. They say we humans have been "humans" for 50,000 years or more. Yet they only invented agriculture 10,000 years or so ago. So our instincts haven't had NEARLY enough time to catch up. The easiest (and most frustrating) way to feel this DAILY is hunger. Our hunger instinct was calibrated when food was rare. We had to chase it and kill it. So those that were the HUNGRIEST and had the BIGGEST appetites were the most successful. But another very insidious instinct that messes us up is when we see other people with lots of money. Or signs of money. And it's not obvious HOW they got their money. Our instincts think we're still living in an egalitarian environment. When the dude with the most wealth (the most meat from the biggest kill) is SUPPOSED to share. When they don't, it triggers our "he's cheating" instinct. This (like our never ending hunger) was GOOD way back in the day. But not so good now. Luckily, just like we can "trick" our hunger instinct, we can consciously think our way around this "he's cheating" instinct. Don't get me wrong. Politicians LOVE this "he's cheating instinct." This is EXACTLY how those morons can get elected over and over. They PROMISE us they'll "take" some of "their" wealth and "give" it to us. This is how it FEELS like we are SUPPOSED to be doing it anyway. But we aren't hunters any more. We don't HAVE to consume "wealth" before it goes stale. We can make it and save it. This requires that you "re-calibrate" how you view wealth. Part of it is NOT comparing yourself to others. But to yourself a week or month ago. Once you "recalibrate" WHO you compare your NOW SELF to, consistent success will be automatic. Re-calibrating your brain will make everything clear. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/wealth-tuning/
  22. There's an idea in economics about the relationship between entry barriers and remuneration. For example, jobs that are very hard to get, and in high demand, tend to pay pretty well. On the other hand, jobs that are easy to get don't usually pay so much, since pretty much anybody can get them. This is based on the law of supply and demand. If something is in very large supply, it's usually pretty cheap. If something is in very short supply, AND in high demand, then it's pretty expensive. Skills that everybody has AND aren't in very high demand aren't usually worth much. It would be great to be a professional "Netflix Watcher," and get paid bank, but unfortunately, that's just not the way it is. On the other hand, there ARE some pretty easy things you can do, that done consistently will build up some POWERFUL skills. They are easy to do once, so doing them once isn't very special. It's doing them consistently, and building up some real skills that will make them worth a lot. What kind of skills? Mental skills. Thinking skills. Most people are under the impression that once you "learn" some new thinking technique, you only need to do is once or twice. In other areas, it's obvious how silly this is. Imagine the first day of your piano lessons, and you're teacher said: "Ok, watch me carefully," and then she played Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata." And when she was done, she said: "OK, you try." Most normal people would look at here like she was crazy. But for some reason, we don't seem to think that thinking skills just take as much time to practice as piano skills, or sport skills. Which means NOBODY practices new thinking techniques. And that also means that if YOU practice five or ten minutes a day, pretty soon you'll have a very powerful brain. What kind of thinking can you change? How you feel about social situations. Instead of feeling nervous or anxious, you can feel relaxed, normal, outgoing, however you want to feel. You can change how you feel about pretty much anything. Yourself, your skills, your potential. How strongly you hold your frame. Pretty much anything that involves communication and persuasion can be significantly enhances with some simple and CONSISTENT practice. Because so few people practice these type of things, pretty soon you'll have some very IN DEMAND skills. Get Started: NLP Mind Magic
  23. One thing about us humans is we are insanely flexible. One of our original "selling features" compared to all the other animals was our sexual division of labor. For every other animal except humans, males and females hunt for the same food. But humans (for whatever reason) decided to split between the sexes. Men hunted (protein and fat) and women gathered (vegetables, nuts, roots, etc). This meant we could live in TWICE as many places. Since we only needed either (hunting or gathering) this gave humans a LOT of flexibility. Nearly everything else about us is flexible as well. If you're hungry, there are TONS of things you can eat that will satisfy that hunger. If you are bored and want to watch a movie, there are THOUSANDS to choose from that will satisfy that "movie watching desire." Even if you are seeking a relationship partner, there are probably hundreds, maybe thousands of people in your area that would fit whatever your criteria are. On the flip side, you have TONS of flexibility when it comes to learning and enhancing skills. This is another curious thing about humans that no other animal shares. We are born FAR FROM being "fully developed." We not only have tons of instincts, but tons of learning capacity. Life long learning capacity. In my local neighborhood, there's a community center where retired folks learn new skills just for fun. What happens when you point your endless ability to learn toward the nearly infinite ways people can satisfy their desires? You can get paid, that's what! This is the essence of the global economy. Nearly eight BILLION people, all with two things. 1) Unlimited Desires that can all be satisfied in unlimited ways. 2) Unlimited learning ability. The more you get in the game, the more you get paid. The more you can point your skills toward the satisfying of other people's desires, or solving other people's problems, the more you'll get paid. The more you learn, the more you earn. Get In And Get Some: Wealth Tuning
  24. Most of us have the experience of not expressing ourselves clearly. We have an idea inside our minds of what we want to get across. But when we try and put words to it, it doesn't sound quite as clear. Especially if you're having an emotional discussion with a significant other, it can be very hard to accurately describe what's going through your mind. This has been the subject of dramas and plays since the dawn of time. Humans desperate to express their truth but not quite having the skills or confidence or opportunity to do so. This is not only true within the unexpected situations and conversations that pop up unexpectedly, but through our actions as well. The ultimate self expression is how you define your life. This can be a difficult thing to think about. Many lives are not defined until long after they're gone. But it seems our purpose is tied to this need for expression. To make an impact, to leave a mark, to be remembered. Not just on a day to day or year to year level, but as long as possible. Even little kids have this deep instinct. That's why they carve their names on park benches and trees. "JD was here." For most people, this is a struggle. You know you have the potential to leave a magnificent impact, but where do you start? In comedies this common human trait is shown when less than confident guys try and talk to girls. The guys is buoyed by his friends, walks over to talk to the girl, but nothing comes out. It's been said that most live lives of quiet desperation. Desperate to express their truth. But no more confident than some goofy guy in a comedy trying to express his truth to the girl of his dreams. Nevertheless, this is out challenge. To carve our names in the history books, like you may have written it on a wall somewhere. To let people know you were here. How best to do this? Don't be satisfied just to speak your truth. Long to build your truth. To lave a lasting impression on Earth. Turn those vague dreams into creations. Creations that satisfy others and get you paid. Learn How: Wealth Tuning
  25. There's an interesting idea called an "extended phenotype." The genotype is the actual genes that tell our proteins how to build us. The phenotype is the resulting structure. The genes that make your eye color, as they exist on your DNA, is the genotype. The actual color of your eyes is the phenotype. One way of looking at some animals is that they have an extended phenotype. Meaning they have genes that program them to build thing OUTSIDE of their bodies. Like beavers, for example. They are programmed to build dams. Just like bees are programmed to build hives, and ants are programmed to build ant hills. These are all "first order" structures. Beavers always build the same dams. Over and over and over. They are programmed to find the right river, the right branches and then they get to work. Same with bees and hives and ants and anthills. Same structure over and over. Humans, however, build "meta structures." Not just meta structures, but meta ideas. We build based on whatever exists. It's like we have a gene (or collection of genes) that says, "Look out into the world, find something cool, and make something better." Or maybe, "Find some interesting ideas, and make them even better." The entire story of human history is one of advancement. Every generation people look out into the world, see what's there, and improve on it. They tell us that our mind-body systems is more or less the same as it was fifty thousand years ago. Which meant those ancient humans looked out into the world with the SAME level of understanding. But the stuff and the ideas they saw were much more primitive. And for a while, human advancement was very, very slow. Until something happened. Then the stuff, (and the ideas) EXPLODED. What happened? Money was invented. Think about life BEFORE money was invented. The stuff you could do, and the stuff you could get, was limited. They idea of working really hard and then taking it easy just wasn't possible. Without money (and the ability to save it) you could only last as long as your food supply. But once money was invented, as a storage of human potential, that's when people's creativity exploded. No longer were people constrained to do the same boring tasks every day to get the same basic stuff. The amount of things people could do to GET money, and the amount of stuff they could buy WITH money (including long periods of rest) EXPLODED. And the game's been going ever since. Get In And Get Some: Wealth Tuning
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