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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun11Post.mp4 When I was very young, I went with my older brother to local university. He was in some internship program, and he had to go and do some kind of paperwork. I had about an hour to kill, so I went off exploring. I found this upper level in the gym, next to the office where he was doing his stuff. They had a ton of high jump cushions all stacked up. Maybe about two layers of 6 or 7 mats. There was also this kind of catwalk you could get up by a ladder. About 10 or 20 feet above the mats. Naturally, I took full advantage of this hidden treasure. I must've climbed that ladder 20 times. Falling is fun. But only when you have a soft landing. On the other hand, if you jump off a tall building, only to land on concrete, that's not so fun. This is the kind of stuff that happens in cartoons. Somebody will jump off a roof, land on some concrete, and be flattened. Then they'll unflatten themselves and get up and walk away. The reason this is in children's cartoons is that fear if heights is a built in instinct. This is why it takes most kids a while to jump off a high dive in the pool. This metaphor can also be applied to personalities. We even use the same kind of language. Suppose you look across the room and see somebody that is nervous, closed off, worried and anxious. A common metaphor would that they are stiff. A common suggestion to them would be to loosen up. Nobody likes interacting with stiff people, just like nobody likes jumping onto concrete. We'd rather talk to somebody who is relaxed, open and friendly. These same adjectives could be used to describe those mats I kept jumping into. We don't like stiff people because we have to walk on eggshells. We might say something that might offend them. But with somebody who's open, relaxed, and friendly, they look very "forgiving." Another metaphor that is used to described physical things. Soft, not hard. So, it is clear that being relaxed and open are better than being stiff and worried. The money question is HOW can you be relaxed and open? The reason people are closed off and stiff is they DON'T KNOW what to do or what to say. From inside their brain, and maybe inside your brain, EVERYBODY seems mysterious. So, how can you fix that? By learning to read between the lines. Learning to read the air. Learn to read things like body language and non-verbal behavior. This will give you MUCH MORE information. About everybody around you. So you'll know who's really nice, and who's just pretending. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/intuition/
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun08Post.mp4 When people vibe together, it is a fantastic feeling. The famous, "instant connection" pattern intends to do this. But it kind of misses the mark. It violates the basic rule of fiction, which is show, don't tell. That is, if you assume it was intended to actually be used. It also violates Dale Carnegie's basic rule of persuasion. That you can get anybody to do anything, so long as they believe it was their idea. If you're talking about an instant connection, it's not their idea. In case you aren't familiar, the "instant connection" pattern is when a guy approaches a girl. A girl he's never met before. They start talking, and then he drops in the famous "pattern." The pattern talks ABOUT an instant connection. It goes something like this: "Have you ever met somebody, and there is something about this person. Something that makes you feel totally comfortable with this person. Where you just, click, with this person?" Now, if you are a super shy guy in a seminar, and you'd NEVER have the courage to say that to an attractive lady you don't know, it's very much like fiction. You'll only imagine saying that, and that will give you a good emotional feeling. Kind of like READING fiction. Only in real fiction, the characters are BLATANTLY fictional. But in a seduction seminar, the fictional character is the FUTURE YOU who is bold enough to walk up and say such a goofy thing. But back to the pattern. In order for this pattern to actually work, you have to have a LOT of rapport. And since this pattern is intended to be used on somebody you've just met, this essentially is that "click." Understand what this means. To get the "instant connection" pattern to work, you must first CREATE a deep connection BEFORE you use the "instant connection" pattern. If you DON'T have any rapport, the girl will hold her drink in front of her chest, look at you sideways and answer in the negative. You'll get done with the instant connection pattern, and wait for her to beg for sex. But she'll just look at you and say: "Yeah, uh, no. I've never felt that way. I'm, uh, going to go back to my friends." Which means the instant connection pattern, on it's own, doesn't do squat. The instant connection pattern DOES NOT WORK unless you FIRST have an instant connection. And guess what, if you DO have an instant connection, you don't NEED patterns. Kind of like in the Back To The Future Movies. "Where we're going, we don't NEED roads!" When you can CREATE an instant connection, the words you say ON TOP of that instant connection DO NOT MATTER. Instead, why not focus on building instant connections. With ANYBODY you want. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/intuition/
  3. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun07Post.mp4 I love movies. Especially movies you can watch over and over. Movies that are rich with meaning. Movies that are purposely open to interpretation. This is essentially what makes a classic. Movies that different generations can watch over and over. But here's the thing, as much as we think something like this is possible, it is IMPOSSIBLE to reverse engineer a classic. When actors, directors and writers get together to make a movie, NOBODY knows it's going to be a classic. The people who DO think they are making a classic usually make a movie that is utter crap. Al Pacino said that he was filming the FIRST Godfather, he thought it, and HE was going to suck. An interview of Mick Jagger when he was in his early twenties said that he thought maybe the Rolling Stones would last for "a couple years." Even an fairly recent interview with William Shatner, he jokingly said they knew they were doing something brilliant. Because even he knows that is impossible. What does all this mean? For one, most of the inputs into what will become a classic are SUBCONSCIOUS. The actors are inspired to play a character a certain way. The directors are inspired to direct a certain way. They screenwriters are inspired to interpret a book or story a certain way. Nobody sits down and plans a classic. If that were even REMOTELY possible, no movies would suck. But as you know, many, many movies suck. Now, if you're making movies, there are a LOT of variables that go into even making a DECENT movie. And even then there are NO guarantees. Plenty of sports teams tried to buy a boatload of fantastic players, hoping they'd have a sure thing of a championship. But even this rarely works out. This is because humans aren't robots. Not even close. We have intentions, skills, strategies that are mostly unconscious. If you've ever been in a relationship with somebody who has a problem, this can be MADDENING. On the other hand, if you car is acting up, it won't take a decent very long to find out what's wrong. But with humans? Most of the time we don't even know what we want ourselves. Let alone know how to express what's wrong. Especially when we try and force all our deep emotions through our very tiny, very limited conscious filter. Limited not only by the words we can use, but by the emotions we are willing to consciously acknowledge. Why not make it easy on them? Why not learn the communication that exists FAR BELOW consciousness? This will make everything much, much easier. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/intuition/
  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun06Post.mp4 Self deception is not a bad thing. It's one of those things we do all the time ourselves. But it's easy to see in others. Kind of like confirmation bias. If you are having an argument with a friend, particularly about a political issue, it's obvious to see their confirmation bias, but not your own. But confirmation bias is a very needed and necessary filter. Without confirmation bias our poor brains would be swarmed with tons of data we wouldn't know what to do with. When we accuse others of confirmation bias, it's not really the confirmation bias we are pointing out. The issue is actually much deeper. And that is nearly ALL of our beliefs are purely subjective. You have a subjective belief. They have a subjective believe. But we all believe our subjective beliefs are OBJECTIVE. And everybody else's is subjective. This is enhanced when we surround ourselves with similarly minded people. This adds social proof. And if we, like most people, have ideas that are in our head that came from recognized authority figures, this adds ANOTHER instinct affinity. Now we have confirmation bias, authority and social proof all keeping us attached to our subjective belief. That WE think is objective. So, naturally, everybody else is suffering from confirmation bias. But not us! This is where a metaphor about glass houses would be appropriate. Why is all this so confusing and complicated? All our biases and instincts were calibrated for a MUCH more simpler and much more DANGEROUS time. One of the KEY differences is back then, before we invented large societies, we ONLY had our social group. The idea of competing political ideas did not exist. It was OUR social group vs. the environment. Our collective confirmation bias against the environment. Our authority, leading our social group, bound together by our collective confirmation bias, against the environment. Today the environment is not tigers and wooly mammoths and snakes. It is OTHER GROUPS. In the old days, when we came across another group of competing cave people, we didn't have a political debate. We killed them, and probably ate them. But here's the thing. All our biases, and instincts and filters are working EXACTLY like they were designed to. But because the environment has changed, they seem to be making things difficult. But it's really a HUGE opportunity. When you re-calibrate all your filters, and biases, to a new and modern environment, filled with PEOPLE, and not dangerous animals, you will see much, much more deeply BENEATH the words people use. Just like a highly trained quarterback can read the defense, you can read the room. Just like an ancient and powerful leader can sniff the air and decide which direction to go, you can sense the subconscious communication and KNOW where to take the conversation. This will give you X-Ray vision into everything. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/intuition/
  5. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun05Post.mp4 Once I was in Las Vegas, playing blackjack. It was in the early morning, and my buddies and I had just arrived. It was three of us and one other guy. We are all in a good mood, at the beginning of our trip. I don't remember exactly what had happened, but everybody noticed it. Even when we were all talking and laughing, the dealer made a mistake. And even though NONE of us were looking directly at the dealer, we all noticed the mistake. But it was a kind of mistake that if the dealer caught it BEFORE he dealt the next card, he could have recovered. But if he dealt one more card, we all would have won by default. The way the energy changed was pretty amazing. There we were, chattering and laughing and telling stories and then BAM! We all froze. But NOBODY looked directly at the dealer. We ALL had the EXACT same idea in our brain. "Don't say anything, pretend nothing is wrong, but watch him carefully and hope he makes a mistake." The dealer NOTICED the sudden shift in energy at the table. And I think that's what caused him to make a mistake and deal another card. As soon as he did, we all resumed our natural, happy, conversational state. Then he realized his mistake and paid us. This is only ONE example of how much we are always perceiving. The main reason we noticed this was MONEY was on the line. It's kind of like when you're walking down the street, and you see some green paper out of the corner of your eye. Like your subconscious jumps up and says, "HEY! Look over there!" Your train of thought is suddenly yanked off the tracks, and now you've got some money. This is essentially what happened at the blackjack table. Only it happened to all of us. And not for MONEY, but for a MONEY OPPORTUNITY. This is how our brain works. We have our brain, we have plenty of filters, then we have TONS of data hitting our senses. But most of us don't see ANY of that data, unless there is a BLATANT reason. Like money, or somebody calls our name, or there is suddenly a gorgeous woman with huge boobs smiling right at us. But guess what? You can learn how to perceive ALL that data that is hitting you. For example, we'll all suddenly shift our attention if a sexy person is looking right at us. That is very blatant. But what about ALL the people sending very subtle signs that they would like to get to know us? How many of these do you miss, every single day? Find Out: https://mindpersuasion.com/intuition/
  6. White Bear Triangles: https://mindpersuasion.com/white-bear-triangles/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/white-bear-triangle https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct17Loop.mp4
  7. How To Develop Mind Reading Intuition: https://mindpersuasion.com/time-travel-intuition/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/time-travel-psychic-intuition https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept08Loop.mp4
  8. How To Improve Intuition: https://mindpersuasion.com/benefits-of-delayed-gratification/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/how-to-improve-your-intuition https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July20Loop.mp4
  9. https://mindpersuasion.com/corn-chips-and-psychic-ladies/
  10. https://mindpersuasion.com/intuition-calibration/
  11. We want what we can't have. This is one of the "laws" of persuasion. Expertly demonstrated by Dr. Cialdini in his book, "Influence." Both experimentally and by illustrating all the myriad ways advertisers use this rule. If we like something, AND we think it's scarce (either in short supply or not going to be around for long) it will SIGNIFICANTLY increase how much we like it. This is a deeply instinctive trait that was built into humans LONG before language was ever invented. So it lives in the "feeling" level of our experience. How can you leverage this with girls? Easy. Behave in a way that will increase her attraction. And then split. Now, this sounds very counterintuitive. And it's the direct opposite of what most guys do. Most guys get one look, one half-smile and then hang on for dear life. This creates attraction and then kills it two seconds later. That's why a girl can be attracted to you from across the room, but as soon as you walk over, she smells your desperation and her attraction vanishes. Think of this as the "hit it and quit it" method, or the "hit and run" method. If you practice this for a few days, something pretty amazing will happen. Every time you leave a girl (just after getting her to smile at you) you'll have an experience of "that girl was into me.) Do this for a few days or even weeks, and you'll build up a belief, built on REAL EXPERIENCE that says, "girls dig me." This will make you INSANELY attractive to women. If you can keep it up long enough, and build up enough attraction that radiates out from you wherever you go, girls will start to approach you, and do their best to close you. Click Here To Learn More
  12. I have been doing some thinking on this. How are we supposed to know when to break discipline in order to follow our subconscious intuition? George has taught us to listen to our intuition, but we also need discipline. So, as it would seem we must learn when to follow our intuition and when to not. This is obviously tricky because how are we supposed to know which choice is right and which is wrong? Is there a way or do we just follow our intuition and see what happens afterwards? For example, pizza randomly popped in my mind at 10:30PM for no particular reason. I could ignore it or I could act on it. I plan on acting on it for now, because my gut is telling me to. But, this is one of those weird cases that I can see both being acceptable. When to follow your intuition vs knowing when to have self-discipline that is the question.
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