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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr14Post.mp4 One historian described the history of humanity as a scared and lazy people doing everything they could to become safer and work less. This sounds like a slam on humanity. But it's really true for ALL living creatures. There are two basic functions behind this statement. One is getting needed energy for survival. All animals need to do this. And they need to be as efficient as possible. Now, in our modern society, as much of a trainwreck it is becoming, this seems to be a no-brainer. You need food,
  2. Energy Gradients: https://mindpersuasion.com/energy-gradients/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar27Loop.mp4
  3. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov07Post.mp4 Fight Club was a fantastic movie. A lot of ideas about masculine energy, what happens when there is a lack of positive male models, etc. But there was one scene in particular that was interesting. After the two main characters had their first couple of fights. It gave them a much better sense of everybody around them. They would get on a bus, for example, and IMMEDIATELY scan the crowd, and figure out who they could likely beat in a fight, and who they might not. This is one of those movie scenes that is intuiti
  4. Impending Cannibal Apocalypse: https://mindpersuasion.com/impending-cannibal-apocalypse/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct14Loop.mp4
  5. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept19Post.mp4 There are two ways to respond to the world. This assumes that every single human will look out into the world and see it as being LESS than ideal. This must be true. Since all humans will always have a collection of unmet needs. Food, water, protection from the elements. Emotional, sexual, relationship needs. All these need to come from our environment. So at any given time, every single one of us looks out into the world. When we do so, we have a collection of things in our mind that we would like FR
  6. Most people absolutely hate getting fat. Nobody ever tries to get fat. Except maybe a few actors who need to get into character. Once, Milton Erickon had a patient who was convinced she couldn't change her weight. Milton told her to purposely gain weight. She thought he was crazy, but she did any way. Through his hypnotic genius, he convinced her that losing weight wasn't really that much different than gaining weight. This, of course, isn't true for most people. But Milton recognized her weight problem was tied to feeling an absolute lack of control ove
  7. https://mindpersuasion.com/unlocking-hidden-energy/
  8. Why are babies so cute? From a purely evolutionary standpoint, babies being cute is a survival benefit. Since as babies we are absolutely helpless, we NEED other people to survive. Being "cute" creates a "let me take care of this poor thing" response from the adults around us. Young women are cute because they invoke a similar response from men. A "let me take care of this poor thing." Many women try and get away with being cute as long as they can. We are all programmed with a deep strategy that compels us to ALWAYS maximize our ROI. We always want to g
  9. A very enlightening study was done once on body language. They had a bunch of people walk through social situations. Bars, clubs, etc., where meeting and talking to strangers would be appropriate. They followed these people with researchers. They’d flash the pictures around and ask if anybody had seen them. They’d they ask for a first impression rating, on a scale of 1-10. “See this guy? Yeah? OK, real quick, how would you rate him?” Like that. The people giving the rankings would only have a very BRIEF memory of seeing the person. And they would u
  10. For many people, setting goals presents a paradox. One of the things we humans LOVE is a bright, yet undetermined future. As soon as we define the future, it becomes much less compelling. Imagine you’ve got a job. And your are 100% sure that in one year, you will get a raise of 50%. The boss says you’ve got to do some things, but you are 100% certain you will do those things. So you are 100% certain that within one year, you will get a 50% raise. At first it would be pretty cool. But as the days go on, it would seem less cool and more normal. If you
  11. One thing your parents probably worried about when you were young was that you’d hang out with the wrong crowd. And for good reason. Decades of data show that there are really only TWO variables that make up your adult personality. Your genes, and your NON-FAMILY peer group. The data comes from twins. Identical, non-identical, raised apart, raised separate, and adopted kids. And when they combine ALL the data, those two are the most important. The genes you start off with, and the people you hang out with. Why are people you hang out with SO important?
  12. There’s an idea in physics called sympathetic resonance. If you have two pianos next to each other, and you bang on one middle C, the other middle C will vibrate as well. It’s pretty simple and straightforward. The middle C that has been hit will vibrate at a certain frequency. The sound it makes is the air pressure radiating out as it’s compressed and then not compressed as the string vibrates at that frequency. Sound happens when those vibrating air pressure waves hit our ear drums. And frequency that our ear drums vibrate translate into our brains as a sound.
  13. Here’s a cool exercise you can do with a friend. Have them tell three lies but pretend they are telling the truth. Then have them tell three truths, and act like they are telling the truth. This will let you calibrate their “truth” energy and their “lie” energy. Energy, of course, means the sum total of all their facial expressions, micro-movements and voice tone. Too much to perceive consciously. But if you are relaxed enough (why it’s good to do this with a friend) then you can “feel” the difference. It’s kind of subconscious to subconscious communication.
  14. Some people, nearly always women, are described as being able to “light up a room.” Of course, this is a metaphor. They don’t walk around with a flashlight or anything. The term “light,” is metaphorical for happy or positive emotions. So somebody who “lights up” a room doesn’t show up and light everybody on fire. They show up and turn up the mood. Everybody around the person becomes happier and more outgoing. Way back when I was a younger, there was a rivalry between Larry Bird and Magic Johnson. Both in college and in the pros. Most announcers said
  15. If you’ve ever learned an instrument, perhaps you’ve had the following experience. You learned a song, and had it partially memorized. But sometimes when you practiced, simply by noticing your fingers, you messed up. Or perhaps you learned something like juggling. There are times when your conscious brain is turned off, and everything seems to “flow.” But as soon as you start to “notice” what you are doing, you mess stuff up. Sports psychologists study this idea of the flow state. The more skilled you become, the more effective this flow state is. Since
  16. https://mindpersuasion.com/tai-chi-wizard/
  17. Everything can be improved with practice. But most people are lazy, so they don't practice. This is why there will always be ideas of shortcuts and magic tricks. Especially when it has to do with interpersonal communication. Making money, creating relationships, sales, giving speeches, few people will be brave enough to acknowledge that these are skills. And as skills, (like any other skill) they can be improved with practice. Just like if you spent twenty minutes juggling each day, you would pretty soon be a pretty good juggler. Same with sports or music.
  18. https://mindpersuasion.com/free-energy-vampires/
  19. There are some very esoteric techniques that allegedly can make one invisible. Of course, these can equally be argued to be metaphorical. We can imagine how that might be possible. If you were capable of adjusting your energy, the sounds you made when you moved, it could be possible to walk through a room so that nobody would notice you. This seems to be a weird thing to think about, but it's a useful exercise. Now, why would you want to do something like that? Who knows, maybe you want a job in commercial espionage or something. But suppose you could adjust
  20. Human language is a paradox. Not the thing itself, but how we think about it. If you wanted to walk across the bar and talk to somebody, you would worry considerably about what, specifically, to say. You might want to have a emotionally difficult discussion with a loved one but can't find the words. When you're having a conversation and both parties suddenly go quiet, this can become very uncomfortable. Both people want to say something, but both people can't think of anything, and the more this goes on, the worse it gets. We humans put a HUGE amount of emphasis o
  21. Transcripts: https://mindpersuasion.com/money-energy-connection/
  22. What are humans? Silly question, but it can be helpful. If you had a door stop, for example, and you were trying to use it as a tennis racket, you wouldn't win very many tennis games. Or if you thought a frying pan was really a hat, you may end up in a rubber room and a straightjacket. In understanding what we humans "are," it might be easier to get the best use of these mind-body systems that we're occupying for the time being. So, what are we? If you didn't know what a frying pan was, you could figure out it by watching people use it. Same with a door stop,
  23. A big problem for many people is motivation. We know what to do, we just don't have the energy. Or we would like the outcome, but the steps to get the outcome are not something we like to think about. For example, say somebody imagined being a decent piano player. Good enough to sit down at a party and bang our a few tunes. (Or guitar or any other party instrument). When they are AT the party, that idea sounds VERY compelling. So compelling that they make the decision (while they are at the party and imagining how cool it would be to sit down and play a few t
  24. Energy has always been a problem for all living creatures. Even small single cells have to worry about the energy they consume, and they energy they spend. Of course, they don't actually "worry." It's more or less programmed into their genetics. The same way a monkey gets a certain feeling when he looks up at a banana. If the banana is worth only 200 calories, but it will take 300 calories to get it, the monkey won't get a good "feeling." He'll get a "that banana is too high" feeling. Humans are more or less the same way. But the difference with us huma
  25. Hi all, I noticed a common pattern, during the winter time I also a dip in performances in energy,depression,mood,apathy,and other things. Even my father mentions to me how he gets tired or generally lazier during the winter. I was wondering if this was considered "normal", maybe other people,too, felt this way. It would make sense because winter time is generally a time to CONSERVE ENERGY as opposed to go all out... One example of this in animals are bears. Bears generally "hibernate" during the winter. Personally, I think bears evolved to have this tactic or strategy
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