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  1. Galileo's Timepiece: https://mindpersuasion.com/galileos-timepiece/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov29Loop.mp4
  2. Hallucinating Wealth: https://mindpersuasion.com/hallucinating-wealth-strategy/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov11Loop.mp4
  3. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug07Post.mp4 Humans have a dreaming instinct. Way back in the day, those that laid awake at night dreaming about big things were the most successful. Everything that we have was once an idea. Not an idea that somebody happened to stumble upon. But an idea that DROVE its inventor nearly insane with desire until he or she finally created it. This is a unique human characteristic. Monkeys crave bananas. Dolphins crave fish. But humans crave MORE. We want MORE than we have. This is not a bug. This is a FEATURE. When we humans allow this never ending desire for MORE drive our actions, we are capable of amazing things. But only if we PURSUE those things. Not just for a couple days. Not only when it's convenient. But ceaselessly. This is the PERSPIRATION they talk about when they say genius is 1% INSPIRATION and 99% PERSPIRATION. The one percent exists as an idea in your brain. The 99% exists as your ceaseless behavior, sometimes for YEARS to turn that thought into a thing. One thing that will DESTROY your gift of dreaming and creating is any belief that it SHOULD be easy. Or it SHOULD be anything other than what it is. This is what separates the great humans from the rest of the lazy goofs. Most of wish it different. We say things SHOULD be different. Those other people SHOULDN'T be doing that. The inventors, the creators, the geniuses use their lives not to wish, but to TRANSFORM. They won't wait around for others to make it easy. They won't wait for permission. They don't wait for a guarantee. They won't wait for others to go first, to prove it's safe. They are DRIVEN by the ideas in their brain. Once upon time, there was nothing on Earth but a bunch of primitive humans and some dirt. Now look at all the stuff we have. All of the stuff was once and in the mind of its creator. A potential we all have. A potential YOU have. But that potential doesn't drive itself. The PURPOSE of your ideas is to DRIVE YOU. To turn those ideas into things. Things that will get you paid. Things that will get you the massive social recognition you were put here for. If you're waiting for a step by step plan, or a guarantee, or somebody to hold your hand and show you how it's done, you'll be waiting a while. The choice is yours. Master your mind-body system, and build your empire. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/watching-mind/
  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July4Post.mp4 One of the best feelings as a humans is a feeling of accomplishment. Even if nobody knows but you. Especially if it was something that you weren't sure you could pull off. It's very common in self help metaphors to pretend we are special JUST BECAUSE. But despite how many metaphysical truths we believe about ourselves, we are stuck inside our physical bodies. Our physical bodies require physical things. Food, shelter, and most importantly, money. It would be fantastic if we could just "receive" all that stuff without needing to really DO anything. This is pretty much the core "teaching" of many "law of attraction" books and courses, and even some pretty expensive seminars. That if you only BELIEVE something enough, you'll plenty of free stuff. We LOVE that idea because BELIEVING happens inside our own brain. There is no need to talk to anybody. Or even look anybody in the eye. This even matches are most DEEPEST instinctive programming. To MINIMIZE our efforts and MAXIMIZE our results. All animals are programmed with this instinct. To spend as little energy as possible in the acquisition of as much energy as possible. Only humans can take this to metaphysical extreme levels. To WISH we only need to BELIEVE and some magic wish fairy will show up at our house with a sack full of cash. But we also KNOW that unless we move around and GET physical things, we'll starve. On a very basic, very REAL level, the BETTER we are at moving around and interacting with REALITY, the better stuff we can GET. This requires real skills, not imaginary skills. Imagination is ABSOLUTELY VITAL. But it's only a starting point. So long as you imagination DRIVES your actions, you're much better off. And if you keep taking action, and keep measuring what your actions CREATED compared to your imagination, that's even better. Once you create a kind of SYSTEM, based on this very simple, yet very ancient process, it's pretty mechanical. Imagine what you want. Take action. See what happened. Did you get closer? Do MORE of that. Did you not get closer? Do something different. This is the heart of all learning. The learning that is PROGRAMMED into your brain. The strategy you used to walk and talk and do everything else you can do. The strategy that WILL get you whatever you want, so long as you keep going. The ONLY thing that will keep you from getting what you want is if you take yourself OUT of the game. If you're out of the game, get back in. Ease into it. Develop a rock solid inner belief that you WILL win, if you keep playing long enough. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/self-esteem/
  5. There are plenty of rags to riches stories. Carnegie is perhaps the most famous. He came to states from Europe when he was a kid. Before he was finished, he had a fortune that would be worth $200 billion today. He worked any job he could find. He learned anything he could. He invested his money wisely. Of course, luck also played a huge factor, as it inevitably does. He came during the second Industrial Revolution. When oil was a new thing. He combined his intellect, his drive to succeed with being in the right place at the right time. Once upon a time, there were only humans. No houses, no tools, no clothing. Every single thing that exists today was first an imagined thing. Either an individual or a collective hallucination. A group of ancient hunters sat around, night after night. Wondering if there wasn't an EASIER way to get stuff. They kept coming up with better and better ideas. Every single thing that exists today comes from the brains of humans, the actions of humans and the stuff that naturally exists. Even today, the same basic process works. If you are sitting at home watching TV, for example. You might imagine a sandwich you've NEVER eaten before. When you combine that imagination with your action, you can CREATE it. Of course, making a sandwich is pretty basic. But EVERYTHING is basic once you learn how. Once upon a time you didn't know how to make a sandwich. Once upon a time you didn't know how to do ANY of the stuff you can do. You might imagine a time ten or twenty years in the future where you can do WAY more stuff than you can do now. So long as you are willing to keep learning, you'll keep IMPROVING your skills. There is, however, one thing that can KEEP you from moving into bigger and better futures. Self imposed limitations. These are in the form of limiting beliefs. Beliefs that you accepted when you were younger. This is essentially the difference between guys like Carnegie and normal people. For whatever reason, guys like Carnegie and other super successful people had VERY LITTLE internal limitations. That is a very important, very critical element of their success. While none of us can do much about our EXTERNAL limitations (it'd be a bit too late to become an oil baron), we can do quite a bit to REMOVE our internal limitations. Do this and you'll be surprised. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/beliefchange/
  6. When I was in high school my brother bought me my first tool kit. My dad had a bunch of tools in the garage that I would monkey around with. But having my own tools was pretty cool. If you are interested in martial arts, there are plenty to choose from. If you only want to build self confidence, that's one thing. If you want to participate in tournaments, that's something else. But if you want to actually defend yourself in street-level situations, that's something else entirely. It's one thing if you want to study philosophy, energy movement, breathing techniques. But if you want to defend yourself in a biker bar, that requires a completely different set of skills. One common complaint that kids have in high school, and even college is "When am I going to use this stuff? For example, the quadratic equation is a way to find roots of un-factorable polynomials. (Dude, what?) On it's own, it's not something anybody would likely use. But it's much more important from a brain training perspective. One of the fundamental concepts of the "Karate Kid" movies is repetitive muscle training. The whole gimmick was to have the kid "wax on," and then "wax off" on a car. But the Karate master was secretly building in the exact muscle memory of offensive and defensive moves. Kind of a secret training technique. But since most of us don't have a handy Karate master, we have to train ourselves. Believe it or not, doing tons of boring and seemingly useless algebra problems is like "wax on, wax off" training for your brain. One of my favorite movies is "Man on Fire," with Denzel Washington. But only because of one VERY powerful quote. He was training this young kid how to practice swimming for her upcoming competition. His character was a washed out CIA assassin type, given a second chance at life via baby sitting this little girl. While he was training, he delivered this wisdom (paraphrased): "Whenever you find yourself in a situation, you don't rise to the occasion. You rise to your level of training." This is very much a "wax on, wax off" philosophy. The better you train, the better you'll perform. If you don't train, you CAN'T perform. Most people don't like to hear this. Most people think that only by "thinking" an idea once or twice, they somehow become better behaviors. That would be like watching a guy on YouTube play the piano, and then think you can play the piano the same. How, and what should you train? That depends on what you want to do. But since thought precedes all action, you might consider training how you think. How you imagine. How you conjure up creative thoughts that define your life. Your brain, after all, is the ultimate tool box. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/hallucinating-mind/
  7. It's very common for people to slowly change how they think as they age. It's makes perfect sense from an objective standpoint. A young person looks out at the world, sees a bunch of stuff, and then compares that stuff to the stuff in their brain. The longer you are alive, the more stuff you have in your brain to compare stuff to. Structurally, it's very similar to thinking about a do-it-yourself job with only a couple of tools, vs. a huge toolset of tools. With only a screwdriver, some nails and a hammer, you wouldn't be able to accomplish much. But with an entire garage full of tools, especially tools that you could use, you would be able to take on FAR more complicated tasks. Most people fill the tools in their head slowly and organically. They are content to go through life, waiting for the EVENTS to provide the experience and memories. Some people purposely have new experiences, just so they have more experiences to rely on. This is a very advanced way of thinking. It's usually an idea that older people have when looking at younger people doing things. They say, "It will be a good experience for him." Meaning the person they are talking about will do a bunch of stuff, a bunch of unexpected things will happen, and they will be forced to respond, in the moment, to these unexpected things. These are generally the experiences that make up who we are. A few people don't just let it happen organically. They purposely seek new experiences, just for the sake of having new experiences. Even at a young age, they've learned that ANY experience is generally helpful in retrospect. This would be like PURPOSELY filling your garage with tools and eagerly learning how to use them. These are the folks that have a zeal for life, that do things just to see what will happen. This, of course, can be dangerous and expensive. There is, however, a much easier way. A way to fill your head with just as many experiences, which will translate into tools, that you can use to solve extremely complicated problems. You can gain these "mind tools" not only by having experiences. But by purposely IMAGINING certain things in certain ways. By creating a laboratory in your mind, you can do a lot more experimenting. Now, it might seem impossible. Most people close their eyes, with the intention of experimenting in the laboratory of their minds and see nothing but blackness. But building up your mental laboratory is a skill unto itself. And once you build your mental lab, the sky's the limit what you can do with it. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/hallucinating-mind/
  8. Thinking about brainpower requires brainpower. Brainpower is different than other skills. Very different. If you had zero upper body strength, you would know it. You could see somebody doing a pushup, and not be able to. You could see somebody benching 300 lbs, and not be able to. You could imagine what you couldn't do. But with brainpower, you are limited to what you can imagine. Meaning that we can't imagine what we can't imagine. One of the ways this presents itself is when we look at something AFTER it has been figured out. Before, it's one of those things that everybody stares at and has absolutely NO clue what to do. But then some guys comes along and fixes it, or figures it out, and everybody has the same idea: "Dang, why didn't I think of that?" Both general and special relativity are fairly simple. The math of special relatively is junior high school level. General relativity, not so much. But these two very simple ideas changed the way we look at reality. These two ideas that are EASY to understand AFTER we see them. Only the smartest guys since the dawn of time didn't even come close. They couldn't imagine what they couldn't imagine. But all it took was ONE GUY to come along and imagine it, and now EVERYBODY can imagine it. Most people don't think of this as a skill. In fact, most people don't think. They are presented with a problem, and sit around waiting for the solution to just "pop" into their brain. They might look to the side and PRETEND they are thinking, when in reality they are waiting for the magic idea fairy to deliver the answer. And when she doesn't deliver, they show a puzzled look. "Wow, I just can't think of anything!" Mark Twain once famously said the difference between people who DON'T read and people who CAN'T read is nothing. We can say the same about thinking. Not much difference between people who can't think and people who don't think. After all, thinking is hard. Why bother when so many things will do our thinking for us? TV, social media, whatever our friends are talking about. But if you take the time to practice thinking, not just random thoughts, but specific thoughts designed to increase your thinking skills, you can develop a very POWERFUL imagination. The more you practice imagining, the further out you'll be able to imagine things. So YOU can be the one coming with ideas. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/hallucinating-mind/
  9. I learned a pretty cool thing the other day. I was watching a bunch of videos and I came across this guy doing a lecture on metaphysics. He is a logic professor, and he was talking about all the modern cool elements from modern science (gravity, relativity, quantum mechanics, etc.) but from a metaphysics standpoint. The interesting thing was way back in the day of Euclid (one those ancient Greeks that came up with all the rules for geometry) they hadn't yet discovered a lot of math. Meaning all of the theories kids learn about in geometry were invented by a guy who didn't need math to describe the rules of geometry. But since we all learn geometry through the lens of math, that seems totally strange. (At least to me it does...) Math just makes it a lot easier to describe with a lot more precision. Instead of talking in general terms about right angles and points of intersections, you can actually draw diagrams and measure angles. It reminded me of the relationship between our ancient selves and our modern selves. Our ancient selves, according to all of the scientists, were more or less like our modern selves. At least going back 50,000 years or so. The main difference? Money. Just like math can make science MUCH more accurate and interesting, money does the same thing for human productivity. Looked at purely as a way to measure things, you can see what works and what doesn't. If you look at money as a measure of how much value you are providing to other people, then money is the most awesome thing ever created. For one thing, you can save money. Back before money was invented, you only had stuff. And if the stuff you had was perishable, (like food you grew) when it was past it's expiration date, it was worthless. Money, on the other hand, can be saved a LONG time. And just like the amount of scientific understanding EXPLODED when they added math into the mix, the amount of STUFF exploded when they put money into the mix. Luckily, money is WAY easier to understand than math. (Even Einstein had to borrow his buddy's math skills to help describe relativity). Sure, some rich people make it seem overly complicated. And a lot of people in power want us to believe money is evil. But that's only to dissuade us from getting some. Get In The Game: Wealth Tuning
  10. Little kids like to play pretend. I know I did when I was a kid. Young children especially can imagine creatively. Their brains are in the theta wavelength a lot more. Compared to adults, who are usually between alpha and beta. Alpha is like daydreaming, and beta is like always drinking coffee. They say we naturally shift every so often. Which is why it's hard to concentrate for very long. Eventually, you're brain is going to shift into alpha, even if it's just for a few minutes. That's when you find yourself reading the same sentences over and over, not sure what's going on, when only a few minutes ago you were devouring everything with intense focus. The only time adults drop into theta is when we go to sleep. That brief period where conscious thoughts turn into dreams. Sometimes you can catch yourself right before drifting off to sleep. But kids? They're in theta most of the time. Theta is also the best state to be in to reprogram the mind. However, this generally only works on yourself. It's tough to use theta to program other people's minds, as much as we'd like to. It's not like you can ask your customers or romantic interests to put on a pair of headphones and listen patiently while the suggestions do the work. However, there is a way to get them into theta. And into that wonderful "imagination land" that we usually only experience as children. That's to get them talking about ideal futures. Get them talking about what they want, and then ask them to describe it under the best possible scenario. Once you get them to ignore the normal constraints of their normal life, and into imagination land, you've effectively put them into a very light hypnotic trance. And the bigger you can get them dreaming, the deeper the trance goes. Turning their mind into a fertile playground. Have Fun: Hypnotic Sales
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