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  1. Dual Planet Theory: https://mindpersuasion.com/dual-planet-theory/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July16Loop.mp4
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/May07Post.mp4 One powerful yet somewhat confusing law of influence is the idea of comparison and contrast. When we look at any one thing, we look at it differently under various scenarios. When that "thing" is by itself, it's got a certain subjective value. When that "thing" is next to something else, it's got a completely different value. If you can strategically put the "thing" next to something, that "thing" will be perceived as have a MUCH higher value, that if that "thing" was all by itself. Marketers use this with profita
  3. Misunderstanding Disaster: https://mindpersuasion.com/misunderstanding-disaster/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr26Loop.mp4
  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar28Post.mp4 A long time ago I used to go to this Thai restaurant. They had a pretty good chicken dish, don't forget the specifics. Very spicy. I would always go there in the early afternoon. I liked to read the business paper while enjoying a leisurely lunch. Study all the stock and commodity charts. After the lunch crowd had thinned out. This was back when I was learning about a lot of covert hypnosis and NLP patterns. Now, a lot of "techniques" involve using patterns, etc. on waitresses. This isn't one of t
  5. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar25Post.mp4 The idea of covert hypnosis is extremely compelling. Ever since Dr. Milton Erickson invented it decades ago, it's been applied in pretty much every situation words are used. Sales, seduction, therapy, even comedy. It does, however, take quite a bit of practice. If you are in sales, or therapy, this is the easiest. Both salespeople and therapists tend to see the same people over and over. If you are a real estate agent, you'll get the same concerns, objections, desires, etc. This means when getting ready to
  6. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb11Post.mp4 One of the biggest issues people have with language technology is the idea of cheating. Not that using language is cheating. But it kind of feels like cheating. Let me explain. Suppose you're a kid, and you've literally got your hand in the cookie jar. And your mom walks into the kitchen. She says: "Hey! I thought I told you! No cookies before dinner!" There you are, hand literally IN the cookie jar, trying to come up with an excuse that will explain why you're not doing anything wrong. "But, I
  7. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb08Post.mp4 The halo effect is a real effect. One that everybody tries very hard to pretend is not a real effect. Plenty of studies indicate that our physical appearance plays a much bigger role than we'd like to believe. Taller, more attractive men get more VC money, compared to everybody else. (VC = venture capitalist) Attractive job applicants get hired more so than normal ones, even when they are coached to give silly answers to interviewer questions. You'd think that VC's and hiring people would be more interested in r
  8. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb01Post.mp4 In writing, they have a common rule of showing instead of telling. This leverages and old idea from Dale Carnegie. That you can get anybody to do anything, so long as it was their idea. If fiction, this works by allowing the readers or viewers to discover, on their own, what's going on. This makes it much more of their idea. This makes them much more invested in the story, or the character arc. This works very well in interpersonal relationships, sales, romance and seduction. Consider the statement: "I
  9. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan21Post.mp4 Way back during the middle ages, there was a lot of new ideas popping up all over the place. One of the main events was the creation of a Christian religion besides the Catholic church. The philosophical differences between the various Christian churches are pretty interesting and very dense. The Catholic Church, was suddenly in a bad way. Up until the protestant reformation, they had TONS of power. Each European country had their own king or ruling system. But so long as they were all Catholic (or back then Chr
  10. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov23Post.mp4 When talking about persuasion and seduction, it's very common to focus on what words to say. People imagine going into a situation, they imagine somebody they'd like to meet. But then they get stuck on what, specifically, to say. When we tend to imagine unknown social situations, we tend to imagine our worst fears. We imagine the other person saying something that we don't know how to handle. This keeps us stuck. Even if we imagine how to respond to that, then our social fears pop up and we imagine them respondi
  11. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov21Post.mp4 One way important aspect of conversational hypnosis that it burns up brain processor time. For example, consider the following sentence: Yesterday my brother and I went fishing and he said I should study Algebra more often. It's a pretty simple sentence, without any hypnotic technology. Now consider this sentence: Yesterday I went to the library with my friend Sheila and her sister and she said she really liked having sex with hot librarians. This contains something called a "lack of referential index."
  12. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov15Post.mp4 In fiction, there several common archetypes. A fictional hero must be relatable. Which means we must be able to see ourselves in that hero. Part of being a relatable hero is having flaws. The same human flaws we all have. But heroes also have mad skills. Mad skills we wish we all had. Mad skills we all want to strive for. We LOVE the idea of having super powers. Of being able to do things other people can't do. So we can HELP people. To make people feel better. This is a deep human
  13. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct21Post.mp4 When I was a kid me and my buddies liked to play Jedi. I was in elementary school when the very first Star Wars came out. I saw a TV show where they showed how they made the sound for the blasters. They would hit telephone cables with a wrench. Those really thick metal cables that connect the poles to the ground. If you hit them with a wrench, the vibration sounds will make the original Star Wars blaster sound. As soon as me and my buddies saw that, we'd take a wrench out of our garages, ride bikes all over t
  14. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July17Post.mp4 One powerful way to use covert hypnosis is as a delivery mechanism. It's often thought that hypnosis requires a lot of advanced language patterns, memorization and a lot of ability to ready body language. It can, but only if the idea you are trying to present to your target is complex. This usually happens in therapy situations. Where the client WANTS to do something, but they can't. Like quick drinking, or become more assertive, or lose weight. When we humans WANT to do or not do something, but we don't know h
  15. Twin Flame Hypnosis and Reunion: https://mindpersuasion.com/twin-flame-seduction/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun17Loop.mp4
  16. Everybody loves to laugh. Nobody really knows why. But we can imagine a kind of split test. Like advertisers and marketers do. Send two different ads to two different zip codes. Then see which one works best. Keep the good one, ditch the old one. If you keep doing this, you'll eventually have a very highly converting ad. This works just as well on sales pages. Human evolution can be thought of as a very long, organically evolving split test. Every generation has people made from the previous generation. Of course, there are a few mistakes.
  17. Hypnosis and humor have a lot in common. Both use ambiguity in a very specific way. The Milton Model, created by and named after Dr. Milton Erickson, carefully uses vague and confusing language. You can use it to create a structural story, but with a lot of vague elements. The guy listening to the story will sort of "get" the structure, but he'll have to fill in the vague information with his own content. The final feeling is a story told TO him by the hypnotist, but it's filled up with a lot of his own content. So he feels as though he's actually gone through the
  18. 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 anot
  19. It's hard to withhold giving advice. For example, somebody you know is having some problem. Since they are trapped INSIDE the problem, they don't have such an objective view. Since you can see the problem from the OUTSIDE, the solution is clear. But for some reason, whenever we give people advice, they don't take it. When people give US advice, we don't take it. Why is this? There are a couple of reasons. One is that advice sounds and feels like people are telling us that they know more about us than the situation. And since we are the ones trapped
  20. One way to quickly put people in a trancey mood is to talk about trancey things. It's one thing to specifically use hypnotic language structures, and either hypnotize them directly, or use covert hypnosis. But much easier way, especially if you are getting started, is to talk about trancey things. Things that do the work on their own. Their are plenty of interesting paradoxes in math and physics. But if you ONLY talk about the paradoxes, it won't be much different than a regular conversation. One person throws out one idea, and another person throws out another id
  21. Seven step process. Virtually eliminate approach anxiety and skyrocket your chances of success. Easy system to jack up interest in anybody. Works for both males and females (just switch genders if female) http://mindpersuasion.com/how-to-talk-to-girls-2/
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