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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/May05Post.mp4 One man's problem is another man's opportunity. The same situation, seen from a more resourceful mindset, looks much, much different than it does to somebody with a more limited mindset. For example, plenty of guys get at least a little bit upset when their lady gushes over movie stars or musicians or athletes. Some see this as a sign of disrespect. That she should refrain from speaking about such feelings. Or even having such feelings. Most guys have a false beliefs that they are super hero alpha killers. That their gal MUST behave with utmost respect and deference. They even go on forums and complain that their gal is "misbehaving." Like a dog that peed on the carpet. How do I train my dog to stop doing this? All this is the PROBLEM state. What is the OPPORTUNITY within this problem? An unsatisfied woman. Very few men and women in relationships feel ABSOLUTELY satisfied. Even among life long best friends there are good things and bad things. But more importantly, how can you LEVERAGE this problem state? Of many, many, unsatisfied women out there? For one, understand WHAT specifically they want. That actor, that musician or athlete, what do THEY represent? The hero of every love story. The UNATTAINABLE goal. The MAN all the ladies are lusting for but can't have. Most guys, and most gals today are very BORING. We don't spark each other's emotions very well. For most of us, being sexually, romantically and emotionally STARVED makes it EASY for us to get into relationships. When you are STARVING, anything edible is good. This, again, is a HUGE opportunity. There is three basic steps to make it work. And work well. Step one, is you learn some basic storytelling skills. Storytelling that has heroes, deep emotions, romance and passion built into them. Then you drop in a few covert techniques. To subconsciously connect the FEELINGS in the stories to you. The next step is the EASIEST. Split. No not, like in gymnastics. But LEAVE. Leave her alone to think about the stories. To think about the emotions in them. And let her ancient cause-effect generator, that lives in EVERYBODY'S brain, to get to work. Meaning that every time she thinks of a hero, or romantic fantasy emotions, she will UNCONSCIOUSLY think of you. This will create a deep longing in her, that she, perhaps, has NEVER felt. Why do you think woman LOVE romance stories, vampire stories, forbidden lover stories? Be the one to CREATE those feelings in her, and you'll find out. Get Started: https://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotic-seduction/
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/HS_Sales.mp4 https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/HS_Subs.mp4 https://mindpersuasion.teachable.com/p/hypnotic-seduction/
  3. 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 show a house to somebody, you can "pre-frame" quite a bit. All the patterns, the best structures, the objections, etc. The more you do this, the better you get. With therapy, it's more or less the same thing. That's why it's called "practice." Because each time you see a new patient, you can practice your skills. And just like sales, most people have the same issues, and the same feelings about those issues. This is why using covert hypnosis for seduction, or even just having fun socially is the MOST difficult way to use it. The people you are talking to are not going the be NEARLY as similar as in sales or therapy. This is the most common problem with running any kind of "game." You can only get so far with memorized patterns. Eventually, you'll need to speak fluently, in the moment. There are TWO ways to master this. One is to simply practice in the abstract. To drill yourself on all the various components, just like boxers drill in the gym, or musicians drill on scales. Another way is to reverse the process. Covert hypnosis is power, and it is an outside-in approach. Patterns moving from your brain, to theirs, and creating those wonderful feelings of desire and attraction. But there is another way. An inside-out approach. Of taking ideas FROM their brain. This is what people TRY to do. But they do so from a content level. Ask about THINGS or specific EXPERIENCES. But we humans think in STRUCTURES. So when you ask about their STRUCTURES, it will create a very different feeling. With content-based conversations, it's hit or miss. They might LOVE one type of music that you may dislike. But with STRUCTURE thinking, it's much, much easier to find similarities. It's much easier to create DEEP rapport. The kind most people think happens once in a lifetime. Even better is these structures are pretty easy to learn. But because few people know about them, let alone think about them, you will EASILY stand out from everybody. The best part is you'll NEVER run out of stuff to talk about. Which means YOU will become the BEST conversational partner they've ever had. Whoever THEY are. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/deep-mind-persuasion/
  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb14Post.mp4 Science is pretty cool, but also pretty wacky. Not really, since our brains can't really handle much. At least not intuitively. We can only make sense of very simple interactions. We see A happen, and we can sort of predict that B might happen. Even Bastiat, and old school economist from a couple centuries ago noted this. He said it's not what you see that's important, it's what you don't see. He wasn't talking about ghosts or spirits. He was talking about the more complex outcomes of the things we see. We'll see A happen, and figure that would probably cause B. But what we DON'T see is that B might cause C, and C might lead to D and E, but only under certain conditions. In the realm of economics, this is what explains the "law of unintended consequences." This is because in the world of economics, pretty much EVERYTHING is connected. You change something way over here, and the effects will work it's way through the system. Eventually, sometimes a few years later, it will create outcomes that nobody could have predicted. If you are LOCKED into simple, "A causes B" thinking, you will be very limited. For example, somebody gives you some advice. You imagine doing that advice, and you can't imagine how that advice will lead DIRECTLY to a positive outcome. So you think the advice is wrong, or misguided. This is a trick. To not only protect your ego, but to keep you safely on the sidelines. You get to PRETEND that you are being smart, but not taking risks. But in reality, if anything was that easy, everybody would be doing it. Everybody could hear advice to do A, for example. And everybody would imagine how A would lead directly to B, that positive outcome. And EVERYBODY would do A to get B. And then EVERYBODY would have B. This the trouble with ONLY taking action when you have a sure thing. Since it's a sure thing, EVERYBODY can do it. So if you want to get MORE than you have right NOW, you've got to DO THINGS that others are too scared to try. Nobody ever got rich without taking risks. Nobody get got the hot guy or girl without taking risks. Nobody ever got mad skills without experiencing the opportunity costs. Luckily, you don't need to take HUGE risks. You don't need to expose yourself to HUGE opportunity costs. Just a little bit at a time. While everybody is safely staring at social media, or TV, or whatever their comfort zone allows, you can be building skills. Skills that will get you whatever you want. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/sugar-baby-hypnosis/
  5. 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 thought..." is all you can come up with. "Nothing until dinner!" Your mom replies, taking the cookie jar and putting it up out of reach. When we use language technology, it FEELS the same way. But not because you're doing anything wrong. Whenever you use covert hypnosis, it is going to feel a little strange. If you went to a foreign country and started using your beginner level of that foreign language, it would also feel strange. Only because you are using language consciously. Which is strange, since language is mostly an unconscious thing. Now, if you were in McDonalds, trying your best to order a Big Mac with the foreign language, would anybody accuse you of cheating? Of trying to get one over on anybody? Not in the least. In that context, of trying to order a Big Mac, everybody would know what you were doing. But when using any patterns from covert hypnosis, they wouldn't. The whole point of covert hypnosis is to NOT let them know what you're up to. But isn't this cheating? Well, if you assume people are super easy to brainwash, and can easily convinced to do something against their interests, maybe. Most people have a LOT of subconscious, "failsafe's" built in. You can't hypnotize anybody to rob a bank. Or kill somebody or jump off a cliff. But to make double sure, so long as you have a positive intention, based on THEIR subjective value system, it's impossible to do harm. But why does it STILL feel like you are doing something wrong? Because when you are using covert hypnosis, it won't feel completely natural. Which means YOU will be acting a little differently. And they will notice that. They'll essentially notice you noticing you. But they probably won't even notice you are noticing. They might even feel weird themselves, and not know why. So long as you focus on the positive outcome, they'll be happy when you get there. And since there are essentially unlimited techniques and unlimited levels of skill, you can ALWAYS get better. So Start Practicing: https://mindpersuasion.com/sugar-baby-hypnosis/
  6. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb09Post.mp4 A shortcut way to understand human nature is to look at our instincts. It's very easy to get lost in the metaphors of human thinking. But Cialdini found that most of the reasons we do things are simple and outside of our conscious awareness. And those reasons are few. Social proof, authority, commitment and consistency, and sex. We all like to think we are complex angels with a lot of esoteric reasons behind our thinking. Complex and rational reasons that we sort of understand ourselves, but are hard to articulate. But consider that most of the reasons we do most of the things are based on very simple instincts. Way back in the day, we lived in small tribes. The men were responsible for hunting, and getting most of the food. The men were responsible for fighting bad guys and monsters. The women raised the kids, and more or less maintained the tribal cohesion. The money question is HOW, specifically, did everybody know what to do? We've behaved the SAME way for a long, long time. Long before we invented language. So we MUST have deep instincts driving these behaviors. They've found interesting things when they study modern humans who live like ancient hunters. Ever day the men go out hunting. When they do, they have two choices. Small, easy to kill animals. Large, hard to kill animals. Pure logic would dictate they kill the small animals. They'd get more meat per day. They'd spend less time per day. They'd be much less likely to get killed. But they don't. Why? Why don't they hunt for the small, easy to kill animals, that would be enough to feed their family for a couple days? Because they don't go hunting for meat. They got hunting for fame. For social validation. For tribal respect. And tons of sex. Killing those big animals is a MEANS to an end. Everybody wants to be a rock star. But our instincts were calibrated when the ONLY way to be a rock star was to kill the BIGGEST animal you could. This rock star instinct kept everybody fed. And it got the pre-historical rock stars laid like crazy. Often in secret. This is the part of human nature we don't want to acknowledge. Before we even learned how to speak, we were driven by these ancient emotions. To get out there, kill something MASSIVE, and get the rock star treatment. Mad respect. Mad sex. Leverage these ancient instincts, and make a fortune. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/sugar-baby-hypnosis/
  7. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb07Post.mp4 Once I went to large, big box electronic store to pick something up. They had this long, snaking line, where you'd get to the front and have to look down the long row of cashiers. When one was available, they'd hold up a sign with a number, letting the next person in line know. While you were waiting, there was lots of last minute things. Kind of like the stuff you see on the counter of gas station convenience stores and supermarket checkout lines. But since this was a LONG snaking line, there was a TON of stuff. The kind of stuff you buy because it looks cool, AND you are in the mindset of paying for stuff anyway. Leveraging the Cialdini law of commitment and consistency. Kind of an, "in for a penny, in for a pound" kind of thing. Which means I bought a bunch of stuff that looked cool in the moment. But then I'd get home and end up not ever using it again. Except for this one thing. It was this wrist and forearm exercise ball. A small ball inside of a larger sphere. Once the inner ball was spinning, it created a LOT of torque. And a lot of momentum. Which means once you got it spinning, you only needed to rotate it a little bit to KEEP it spinning. The exercise part came from needing to keep it stable while it was spinning. Which gave your forearm a huge workout. But it took a LOT of work to get it spinning. Once spinning, it was fairly self-sustaining. Plenty of things are like this. Things that can take effort to get going, but once going they are seemingly self sustaining. Of course, people have been searching for magic machines of perpetual motion since the dawn of time. But the laws of thermodynamics says that's impossible. Like with that exercise ball, it does seem to be self sustaining. But at the same, none of my friends or I could keep it going for more than a minute. The muscles of your forearms have to absorb a TON of energy to maintain it's stability. But sometimes things can SEEM like magic perpetual motion machines. Because the "energy" required to keep any system going is out of our conscious awareness. Anything to the level of unconscious competence is, by definition, outside of our conscious awareness. One thing people have trouble with, when meeting new people, is how to keep the conversation going. This is difficult when you are using your conscious mind to think of things to say. But when you've trained some linguistic skills to the point of unconscious competence, your conscious brain won't need to work at all. You can just kick back and enjoy the conversation. Conversations with anybody you like. For any reasons you like. What exercises can you do that will train these linguistic skills to the point of unconscious competence? Find Out: https://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotic-copywriting/
  8. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan27Post.mp4 Some skills are very technical, and don't spill over too much in other areas. Some skills are very broad, and have a huge impact on pretty much all areas. General conditioning exercise is an example of something that has a positive impact on nearly everything. You sleep better, you become more confident, you get better posture, etc. This is why hitting the gym is always good advice for anybody who's just gotten dumped. Any kind of practice is also beneficial to many areas. This is why having hobbies that are both interesting, technically challenging, and have no upper limit also have a spillover effect. Continuous learning will create a very good feeling. You look back in your past, and see how far you've come. You look into your future, and see how much better you'll get. This is why no upper limit, challenging skills and hobbies are very, very powerful additions to any life or career. Especially if these skills can get you paid. Sure, it's not always possible to have a hobby that makes you money. Unless you plan on being world class, most hobbies will always be hobbies. Studying photoshop, learning an instrument, practicing martial arts or any other sport. These are all very beneficial in their own right for the previously mentioned reasons. One of the reasons these types of things are difficult to get you paid is because many, many other people are doing them. So, if you did want to earn a little cash, doing a hobby, it would have to be one that few people know about. Or one that is common, but has an aspect that few people know about. Enter Hypnotic Copywriting. This is something that is based on writing, specifically the writing of persuasive language. This is something EVERYBODY and their sister, (even if they don't have any sisters) knows about. On the surface, it SEEMS like a dream come true. Write a letter, make some money. Live anywhere with an internet connection. Problem is that EVERYBODY has the same idea. But few people see language as a SKILL. A skill that can be continuously improved. And since most people nowadays are pretty lazy, you ALREADY have an advantage. But wait, there's more! Because when you apply the ideas within covert hypnosis, you can make your writing even better. That's TWO advantages you have. Going deeper, you can understand the main drivers of persuasion, which are based on human instincts. Cialdini, the guy who INVENTED the terms authority, scarcity and social proof, said that persuasion is a SCIENCE. Science can be perfected, measured, and improved. This makes hypnotic copywriting the IDEAL hobby. Giving you the best of everything. Get Started: https://mindperusasion.com/hypnotic-copywriting/
  9. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan23Post.mp4 One of Dale Carnegies golden rules is that you can get anybody to do anything, so long as you get them to believe it was their idea. This can be applied in many, many ways. This is why well written movies are much better than lazily written movies. Well written movies show, rather than tell. We get to discover the meaning for ourselves. And since we discovered this, it's OUR idea, just like Carnegie said. This is precisely why covert hypnosis works so well. It's based on very well calibrated vagueness. So the listener to reader gets to "discover" their own meaning. Milton Erickson, the inventor, came up with a way of delivering VERY confusing stories. They were structurally sound, but the were missing a lot of content. After listening to these confusing stories, the patients would leave, wondering what in the heck just happened. But over the next three or four days, the vague stories would resonate in their brains. And they would slowly fill in the missing pieces with their OWN experiences. This would give them the feeling of "discovering" their own meaning. And much more than a well written book or movie, these self-discovered meanings would be the solution to their problems. Most therapists, then and now, TELL patients what to do and think. These are like those lazily written movies. Erickson, on other hand, would carefully put these "vague story bombs" in their mind. Like secret treasure maps, where they'd go hunting for the meaning. And when they found it, everything would click together. They would have a memory of Dr. Erickson "helping them" figure out their own problems. Compare that to modern therapy and modern patients. Modern patients say things like, "my therapists says..." Doing it like Dr. Erickson is difficult, but not for reasons many believe. We humans LOVE to take credit. Modern therapists LOVE the idea of curing people, and having all their patients saying things like: "Dr. Wizard is Amazing! I did what he told me to do and he cured me!" This is why nearly everybody has heard of Freud, but few people have heard of Dr. Erickson. Freud and nearly every other therapist since him TELLS people what to think. They TELL people what to do. They TELL them what their dreams and ideas mean. Erickson didn't really care much about recognition. Lucky for us, Erickson wrote down how he helped his patients. So we can learn how to do what he did. When you apply this to copywriting, it's VERY powerful. You write copywriting sales letters like stories. Your readers read your stories, and DISCOVER inside the solution to their problem. And the solution will be a product or service, that will help them SOLVE their problem. And since they will discover that meaning on their own, they are much more likely to not only OWN the decision, but very much want to OWN whatever you are selling. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotic-copywriting/
  10. 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/
  11. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov29Post.mp4 A good way to win arguments is to take the long game approach. Most people have plenty of ideas they believe are true. But they couldn't defend them to save their lives. Since pretty much EVERYBODY is like this, nobody really needs to defend their ideas. They just need to present their ideas against their other ideas. Most arguments are really no more than verbal fights. The idea of an old school "argument" where two people carefully explore each other's ideas in hopes of creating a much more robust idea rarely exists. If you've ever taken a class in pure logic, it's as difficult as advanced mathematics. Having a real "argument," is about as difficult as casually deriving the Pythagorean formula over a cup of coffee. Not gonna happen. However, you don't need to have a very robust argument of your own to destroy anybody else's ideas. All you really need to do is keep asking them about theirs. So long as you turn down your own ego, and your own need to tell them about your ideas, their ideas CAN self destruct. They CAN, but they usually won't. Because most people's "reasons" for believing pretty much anything is because it feels good in their brain. We silly humans tend to believe ideas for the same reasons we eat things. Just like very few people take the time to ONLY eat healthy foods in healthy amounts, we don't take time to believe things that are logical and rational. We eat things because they feel good in our mouth. We believe things because they feel good in your brain. Which is why arguing with people is almost ALWAYS a bad idea. It won't make you any friends, and it's a pretty lame party skill. But you can use the SAME process to take the ideas that exist in their brain and make them feel better. Imagine you had a guest are your house. They were hungry, and you told them to help themselves. They looked in your freezer and found a carton of vanilla ice cream. (Let's say you were in the shower or something while they started eating). And let's say you had a hidden stash of ice cream toppings. All kinds of syrup and sprinkles and everything else you could imagine. You come out of the shower, see them eating a plain bowl of vanilla. "Dude, wait, here, let me make that better!" You say and bring them out a huge spread of ice cream toppings. This would make that food, that they already like, taste much BETTER. You can do the very same with all the ideas in their heads. And when you can develop the skill to take their existing ideas, which they very much LIKE, and make them BETTER, they'll love you even more. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.teachable.com/p/party-hypnosis/
  12. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov28Post.mp4 Most of us love movies with an unexpected twist. Like when the "Sixth Sense" first came out, people couldn't stop talking about it. Whether it was done deliberately is anybody's guess, but this kind of thing is a fantastic marketing strategy. One, because it's a great way to create word of mouth, free, advertising. Two, it induces people to watch this again and again. The first time, you see the twist and you're: "Whuhhh????" The second time you watch it through trying to see all the things that SEEM obvious the second time around, but were completely hidden the first time around. This is storytelling at it's finest. When you tell a story, people talk about that story, and people want to consume this over and over again. Essentially, this is how the storytelling instinct was calibrated, over tens or perhaps hundreds of thousands of years. Every night, somebody in the tribe would tell a story. Probably most of them were pretty lame. People would fall asleep halfway through. People would wander what kind of secret weed the storyteller was smoking. But every once in a while, you'd get a "Sixth Sense" type story. These are the stories people would remember. And then retell. You have a whole bunch of tribes all telling and retelling the BEST stories from all time, and you end up with a pretty good collection. This is essentially how mythology is formed. The stories that make up the collective consciousness of any culture. Storytelling is an instinct. Story listening is an instinct. And just like our food instinct, some stories "taste good" and some taste kid of lame. And just like you can LEARN to cook good tasting food, you can LEARN to tell some pretty decent stories. The "twist" is the basis of pretty much all humor. You tell a long story, and the "punchline" is the ending that is NOT what everybody expected. Or an ending that has a few meanings at the same time. In non-humorous story, this "punchline" isn't called a punchline. It's called the twist. Or sometimes the "reveal." This word has the same meaning of the "reveal" at the end of a magic trick. This is essentially the same feeling of a well told story. A magic trick, but only with words. This is why stage magicians who practice sleight of hand are ALSO some of the very best story tellers. Being able to use your words to create mind magic is a FANTASTIC skill to have. It will open plenty of doors in ways few people know exist. Get Started: https://mindpersuasion.teachable.com/p/party-hypnosis/
  13. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov27Post.mp4 I used to have this friend that liked doing magic tricks. It was his hobby. But not the tricks themselves, the actual performance of the tricks. Nowadays, with YouTube, there are plenty of people, who make plenty of money, doing tricks on camera. For those who are introverted, yet highly skilled in technical tricks, this is a dream come true. The more you practice, the more you learn, the more money you'll make. My friend told me he had a "magic demon" living inside him. Not really a demon, just a metaphor. Whenever he saw a crowd of people he HAD to do tricks. He always have a few large coins and some cards. That's all he needed. He would just start working the crowd, and doing tricks with coins and cards. He never got any negative reactions. Something about doing magic tricks triggers some kind of ancient filter in humans. We LOVE the idea of magic. So even if some goof is doing bar tricks, we HOPE they are successful. This is something that we even talk about. "Do anything interesting last weekend?" "Well, sort of." "What do you mean?" "I saw this guy down at the bar doing these tricks, disappearing coins, things like that. It was pretty cool." This is why doing simple magic tricks is a FANTASTIC way to pick up girls. Which is why my buddy learned magic in the first place. Just being surrounded by people who are watching you and listening to you will create both social proof AND authority. Two things that instinctively trigger attraction. But you can do magic without any props. This is the heart of mentalism. Doing what is essentially "word magic." This is actually much easier than doing physical magic. ESPECIALLY if nobody is expecting it. If you overtly promote yourself as a mentalist, people will expect you to do some crazy things with your words. But when you learn some simple covert technology, you can drop in brain bombs anywhere you want. This is kind of like humor, but a little different. Humor works by leveraging confusion with a small window. For example, simple jokes are based on something called phonetic ambiguity. Two words that sound the same but mean different things. For example, what did the beach say when the tide came in? Long time no see/sea! But when you take this same type of technology and stretch it out much WIDER than the normally short attention span, it creates a FANTASTIC effect. A very pleasant, "who was that guy" effect. One that will do the same thing as actual magic. Create social proof and authority. And if you want, tons of attraction. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.teachable.com/p/party-hypnosis/
  14. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov26Post.mp4 One big fear that is associated with using any new language technology is being "caught." We all have a deeply programmed instinct to not steal from others. Any ancient race of humans who thought it was A-OK to steal from your buddies didn't last long. So, evolution gave us all a two-sided instinct when it comes from outright theft. An internal side and an external side. The external side is a healthy fear of repercussions. We might want the thing, but we don't want the angry guy who's thing we stole coming after us. But we also have an internal resistance. This two sided instinct kept ancient humans in tight social cohesion. But in modern times, a lot of things "feel" like stealing, when they really aren't. Like once a buddy of mine and I were at the grocery store. He bought a drink, and after he got his change he realized he got the wrong flavor. The checker said that it was OK to go back into store and swap it out with the one he wanted. He did, and on the way back, he said, half jokingly: "I feel like I'm stealing!" Since he'd grabbed something off the shelf and was "sort of" walking out without paying. This anti-stealing instinct is closely associated with not lying. This is why it is very hard to lie to somebody's face. It takes a lot of energy to lie. You can see this in pretty much every movie about cops and bad guys and interrogations. That the idea of finally STOPPING the lie, and telling the truth is a HUGE relief. Some people even walk into the police station and confess. They would rather live inside of a cage than keep a lie in their mind. So, it's naturally when trying out any kind of persuasion or seduction "technology" to feel a little sketchy. As if you are lying. Which, in a sense, you are. If you are going TOO FAR with your frame. If you told somebody your name was different than it was, you'd feel funny. You present a "false" frame that is stronger than what it really is, it feels funny. There two ways around this. One is that frame strength is very much like muscle strength. Building it up takes time. So take your time. Go slowly and steadily, a little bit a time. The second idea is that people often WANT to be deceived. Not conned out of their money or virginity. But deceived in an pleasing way. People pay good money to see stage magicians. People spend tons of money on super hero movies. Even silly jokes are made up stories that couldn't possibly be true. So, when you use language technology to make people FEEL GOOD, even if you are pretending a little bit, you'll be fine. The BEST pretenders are the A-list actors who get paid millions per movie. Based on pure economics, pretending so that you make others laugh, feel good and have a good time, is very VALUABLE in the eyes of society. Get Going: https://mindpersuasion.teachable.com/p/party-hypnosis/
  15. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov22Post.mp4 The fear of rejection is very, very common. It's a remnant of our childhood. All kids ask for a billion things. Even if a kid has a 50% success rate, this also means they have a 50% failure rate. Which means even the most successful humans have a crap ton of memories of asking and being told no. Sometimes with patience and kindness. Sometimes with anger and frustration. But we humans are pretty resilient. If you have kids, you maybe wish sometimes that your kids weren't so resilient. We keep pushing forward until we get what we want. All kids are pretty much programmed with a "keep asking until you get it" program. When we are adults, this childhood program is still running. Part of us feels as if we need to ask for whatever we want from others. Even if we don't express what we want through a question, we still feel some of that "asking energy." This is why most normal humans feel a small echo of that potential rejection with the silliest things. Like asking for more water from a waiter, or sending back the wrong dish. This is much more pronounced when we are in social situations. With a waiter or anybody in any kind of business situation, it's kind of their job to do what we want. But if you see an attractive person across the room, asking for their number seems a BILLION times more difficult than asking for more fries. However, asking is NOT appropriate. Nobody sees themselves as the holder of goodness. Of the giver of pleasure. To give or withhold their goodness based on HOW us poor peasants ask. EVERYBODY has the same collections of anxieties. So asking is the WRONG strategy. Instead, consider a strategy of CREATING PLEASURE. Not giving pleasure. Not exchanging pleasure. Not using the idea of pleasure to get what you want. Of just being a person who CREATES pleasure in others. All humans have a cause-effect generator in our brains. This has been demonstrated scientifically in children as young as six months. It's believed to be a very, very necessary evolutionary trait. So what? When YOU make it a habit of causing pleasure in others, just because you enjoy doing that, that will trigger the cause-effect generator. By creating pleasure in others, you will create the following equation in their brains: YOU = GOOD TIMES When more and more people start to see you like this, this will kick off some powerful and ancient attraction triggers. Social proof, authority and sexual desire. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.teachable.com/p/party-hypnosis/
  16. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov20Post.mp4 Hacks are very compelling. Way back when I was in Junior High school, my friends and I all played video games. The kind where you had to put in a quarter. Some games had "patterns" that only some kids knew about. Knowing about these patterns was pretty cool. Many games had different patterns for different levels. Most kids I knew had the patterns for lower levels, but not for higher levels. Trying to figure out what the patterns were was as fun as the game. Once I came across a coupon in the Sunday Paper for a free candy bar. Absolutely free, no strings. I immediately called my buddy and we went on an excavation in all the garbage cans and dumpers in the neighborhood. This coupon was on the last page of the Sunday comics. As expected, plenty of people didn't see it. As a result, we got TONS of free candy. Today, you'll find that same kind of thinking. Of finding secret shortcuts. Occasionally, you'll have what essentially is an inefficient market. Most markets are pretty efficient. They tend to fill in the gaps pretty quickly. But if you can find those gaps, and you have the resources to exploit them, you can make some serious cash. For example, at some racetracks they have a "pick six." If you get the winning horse in the first six races, you win a ton of money. But this is kind of like a lottery. If nobody wins, it rolls over until the next week. And a few times, gangsters have found these inefficient markets. Meaning if they bet EVERY combination of the first six races, it will cost LESS than the total prize. If they get enough of their soldiers down to the track in time to make all the bets? Easy money! Inefficient markets this are very rare, but if you keep an eye out, you CAN capitalize on them. There is also the same kind of thing in human thinking. Our brains are NOT logic devices. They are NOT truth seeking devices. Our language is FILLED with inaccuracies and gaping wide holes. Most of us think in vague terms, and speak in vague terms. Normally, this is OK. But it's also a very powerful EXPLOIT. It involves learning how to SPEAK a little differently. How to THINK a little differently. It is a very LITERAL way to hack into people's brains. Temporarily, or for more longer terms. This conversational technique was invented by a Dr. who wanted to help people. But since these are tools, you can use them for pretty much anything you want. (Don't let the name fool you.) Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.teachable.com/p/party-hypnosis/
  17. Hypothetical Love Insanity: https://mindpersuasion.com/hypothetical-love-insanity/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov18Loop.mp4
  18. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov14Post.mp4 When we humans interact with one another, we very much want to create a positive reaction. This is so deeply instinctive we rarely think about it. Generally speaking, there are only three categories of interaction, with respect to outcome. The most common is we interact with others, and we want very much to create a positive impression. Second is we want them to leave us alone. Third is when we want to be aggressive and defeat them. This can be in a physical confrontation. This can be in a direct argument. This can be by outframing them somehow. The first category is the most interesting. The better you can create better feelings in others, the easier pretty much every else will do. For example, imagine if you had a magic pendant. And whenever you wore it, it would have a magic affect on people. They would see you, and feel really good. And they would associate that good feeling with you. So whatever you wanted, they would be willing to help. If they were selling something, they'd give you a really good deal. If you were selling something, they would want to buy it. If there were any potential sexual or romantic chemistry, your magic pendant would ignite it. Most people are DESPERATE for this kind of affect on others. But few have any idea HOW to create it. Most of us try to say and do things that we HOPE will have that impact. Particularly when we see an attractive person. We want to interact with them in a way that will create positive emotions. We say and do things HOPING they will "create" those positive emotions. Most people are absolutely CLUELESS on how this works. The interactivity between language and thought. And the interactivity between thought and emotions. We say things hoping they will create thoughts. Which we hope will create the right emotions. If we are lucky, we create some positive feelings once in a while. But most of the time, for most people, this process is haphazard at best. But that's if you are targeting the surface level language. What's really important is the underlying emotions. A powerful shortcut is to bypass the surface level language altogether. And operate directly on thoughts and emotions. Much less haphazard. Much more repeatable, controllable, and predictable. The best part is nobody will know what's going on except for you. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.teachable.com/p/party-hypnosis/
  19. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov11Post.mp4 A very common issue is as follows. A guy or gal will want something socially. Maybe a date, maybe a sale, maybe simply increasing their network. They make an attempt. And it doesn't go very well. For a guy, it might be talking to a girl to get her number. For a gal, it might be the same. Talking to somebody, sort of "feeling it" but not knowing quite how to close. Or it could be somebody who is at a networking meeting, but they don't get as many contacts as they'd wished. The basic structure, though, is the same. A person interacts socially, and gets a less than desirable result. So they go home, go online and ask the Internet for advice. So far, so good. The Internet is a FANTASTIC invention. A very, very HELPFUL invention. But when it comes to giving advice on how to behave in social situations, it falls very short. Because when you describe your problem, you do so ONLY with words. And when you get the ideas from others, it comes ONLY in words. Social communications is VERY MUCH based on non-verbal energy. IMPOSSIBLE to describe in words. If you have the right energy, the words don't really matter. If you have the wrong energy, no words will work. Operating socially is very much like any kind of competitive sport. What you do is very much dependent on what the other person just did. And the only way to improve how you respond, in the moment, to what the other guy just did is to practice. At least in sports. But there is some very powerful techniques you can use socially. That make it much EASIER to respond in the moment. To respond in the moment much more spontaneously. Much less dependent on outcome. The reason outcome independence works so well is it frees up TONS of extra brain processing time. If you HAVE an outcome, you will always have that outcome in the back of your mind. It's like trying to work on your PC with a software update going on in the background. That software update makes everything SUPER SLOW. So if you are holding an outcome in mind, even subconsciously, it will make it much more difficult to respond in the moment. But here's the best part. Since all humans are social animals, we all have the SAME outcome programmed deeply into our instincts. We WANT to create positive social relationships. So you don't NEED to have an outcome. It's already programmed into your DNA. It's programmed into their DNA. Whoever they are. The easiest way to practice outcome independence? Literally, have ZERO outcome. Except to make people smile, laugh and have a good time. If you can do that, people will do everything to keep you around. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.teachable.com/p/party-hypnosis/
  20. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov10Post.mp4 Laughter is a very powerful tool. From a purely physiological standpoint, it provides quick stress release. When we laugh, our body quickly contracts, and then releases. When we release, it also releases a lot of pent up stress. From a purely energetic standpoint, it's like a quick purge of bad energy. And it feels very good. Even in a bad situation, a quick comment can significantly relieve the stress. Long time ago I went to traffic school. The kind to keep a traffic ticket off your record. The guy who taught it was a cop. He said the only time he ever let somebody off a ticket was if they told him a quick joke. Not a set up, but a comment that was spontaneous and in the moment. Nearly all women, when they list the required traits of the their dream guy, is a sense of humor. Being able to take a serious situation and reframe it in the moment to something funny is a very attractive trait. Because if you can reframe something serious into something funny, you can pretty much reframe anything into anything. Demonstrating skills of humor presupposes a deep and very flexible way of thinking. To say that somebody doesn't have a sense of humor is to say they are very rigid in their thinking. To say that somebody has a great sense of humor is saying a lot. Much more than making people laugh. That you can pretty much handle anything that comes up. That you can think way outside the box. That when unexpected things come up, you don't stand their frozen. You come up with solutions. The linguistic structure of humor is very similar to the linguistic structure of conversational hypnosis. One way to create a massive frame of attraction is to be known as a hypnotist. To be known as a hypnotist is to be confident, funny, lateral thinking, and very friendly and spontaneous. All very, very attractive traits. The more you learn the structure of humor, the more you'll learn the structure of hypnosis. This goes both ways. And since this is a structure, not something that's inborn, it's easy for anybody to learn. Learn the structure of language. Learn the structure of thought. Learn the structure of subconscious and non verbal communication. This is pretty much the master key of human nature. The more you practice, the better you'll get. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.teachable.com/p/party-hypnosis/
  21. Alpha Male Productivity: https://mindpersuasion.com/alpha-male-productivity/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct29Loop.mp4
  22. Butter War Demon: https://mindpersuasion.com/the-butter-war-demon/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/butter-war-demons https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct23Loop.mp4
  23. 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 town to find and hit those cables. Another way was with those doors at the supermarket that open automatically. Perfect for pretending to be a Jedi as a kid. We never could really figure out how to levitate stuff. But even better than levitating things was doing the Jedi mind trick. Telling somebody what to do, waving your hand, and them mindlessly doing it. This is a VERY sought skill. It's one reason why so many people LOVE the idea of hypnosis. Especially conversational hypnosis. The idea of getting people to do whatever you want without resistance is pretty powerful. This is actually why conversational hypnosis was invented in the first place. Before conversational hypnosis, there was old school, direct hypnosis. Watch this watch while I count down from ten. You are getting sleepier and sleepier. Your eyelids are getting heavier and heavier. This works pretty good in the movies. But it turns out that when people go to get hypnotized for real, it's not so easy. Not a lot of people are willing to let some stranger monkey around in their brain while they're knocked out. It takes a while to get comfortable enough. This is why Milton Erickson created covert hypnosis. He wanted to knock them out much quicker. So he invented the storytelling type of hypnosis. Purposely confusing stories. These kind of went in the opposite direction. People were expected to be told to relax, close their eyes, etc. Instead, Dr. Erickson would start telling these stories. But they were purposely complex and vague. So much that their conscious minds pretty much said: Forget it. I give up. I'm outta here. Another way to get around the getting-comfortable-with-the-hypnotist problem was the idea of fractionation. Of putting somebody into and out of hypnosis several times on one session. Turns out you can find fractionation in many, many places. And it's pretty easy to use on many, many people. That's just one of the ways you can apply this deep persuasion technique. Learn More: https://www.udemy.com/course/get-anybody/
  24. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct06Post.mp4 When I was a kid I got this robot for Christmas. This was WAY back in the day before a lot of electronics started to become commercially available. It ran on batteries and basically just walked. When I was a kid, Japanese monster movies were popular. They had the famous ones, Godzilla, Rodan, etc. But there was one that I particularly liked. As a kid I only knew it as "Giant Robot." The government (or somebody) built this huge robot. But a kid was the first one who activated it. And he could command the robot by talking into his watch. The commands always started with, "Giant Robot..." and then the command. I (and probably every other kid who watched that movie) LOVED to imagine having my own giant robot. Many people are attracted to the idea of hypnosis for two main reasons. One is that we can (allegedly) use hypnosis to get others to do what we want. The other is that we can solve our own problems with hypnosis. Most people imagine being able to use hypnosis on others very much like the kid used on Giant Robot. To simply give them commands and watch them obey. This is how it is used in the movies. Say the magic phrase, snap your fingers and BOOM, they're in a trance. If it were only so easy! But movie hypnosis is not like real hypnosis. Real hypnosis DOES work. But it's a bit more complicated than using a magic word or phrase. If humans could be so easily controlled, all the women would be pregnant, and all the men would be broke. Luckily, this is NOT the case. But there are plenty of ways to create the same outcome. Of getting the other person to do whatever you want. It's only a little bit more complicated than in the movie. It requires first talking to them, and asking them some questions. Very easy to answer questions. They aren't quite questions that you can memorize. You WILL have to do some thinking. But once you figure it out, it's very easy to ask anybody the right questions in the right order. Each one you ask, they'll easily answer. Because every time they answer, they'll feel better. And after only a few questions, they WILL be very eager to do whatever it is you want them to. Even better is they'll truly believe it was THEIR idea. Learn How: https://www.udemy.com/course/get-anybody/
  25. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct05Post.mp4 If you were walking down the street, and somebody punched you in the face, that would suck. But you would also plenty of ways to get back. Most people who saw it would agree that it sucks. And plenty of times when this happens, people step in. This is the kind of unwritten rules of a civil society. You can't walk around punching people. So when most people see somebody do this, they don't like it. Even if they didn't step in, if you called the cops, plenty of people would be more than willing to help out. Even in bars or sporting events, when alcohol is involved and people are heated, the "no fighting" rule is generally in place. If two guys are in each others' face screaming, their buddies would watch. Both because that's kind of entertaining. But also to step in just in case they cross over from verbal attacks to physical attacks. If a punch or two is thrown, most people would grab their buddies and pull them back. Getting into a fight may feel good in the moment, but the ramifications can be ruinous. If one of the fighter's has a particularly good lawyer, the other guy can be financially destroyed. All these ideas are built in to society and built in to our brains. To keep random violence from breaking out. But plenty of times people can mess with your verbally. And it can be equally devastating. Especially if it happens in front of others. Many people are very skilled in covert insults. The art of putting people down while looking clever at the same time. Structurally, it's very much like the school yard bully. The bully doesn't have a lot of confidence. The only way he can feel better is by putting others down. This happens socially all the time. Among friends, this is very playful and necessary. But when somebody is only pretending to be your friend, it can be devastating. When you're in a meeting a work, and somebody says something that doesn't quite feel right. Like they just put you down in front of others. You know it, they know it, but you feel utterly defenseless. Sometimes you can TRY to respond, but do so less can confidently, it makes you look even worse. Some people are just natural bullies. They are naturally gifted in the art in the covert put down. Luckily there is a way to respond. To defend yourself. Or to utterly obliterate them. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/weaponized-hypnosis/
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