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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/May29Post.mp4 Whether you are religious or not, plenty of human wisdom can be found in religious texts. This is a pretty common idea. Of taking something that is true. But if you attribute this "true" idea to some no name, nobody will believe it. This is our ancient "authority" instinct at work. If any thing comes from an unknown person, we won't pay any attention. But if the same idea comes from a recognized authority figure, even a made up deity, we'll pay close attention. For example, of the quotes from Jesus is about not playing the middle. Take one side, or the other. Don't play it safely down the middle. The way He said it was something about not being hot nor cold, but being lukewarm. And get spit out of His mouth. This is a very common idea. A very normal and rational idea. Don't hem and haw in the middle. Pick a side and stick to it. Be one way or the other. Of course, like many other ancient truisms, this is much, much more easily said than done. Take any type of social behavior. Or any kind of human communication. We very much WANT to make a good impression. That's one side. But we also don't want to get rejected. That's other side. So we play it safely down the middle. We behave or speak very carefully, so we don't get rejected. But that very safe behavior makes it nearly impossible to get either. We don't get rejected, since we're not really asking for anything. But we don't make a good impression, since we're not behaving in any way that is memorable. Even people that are blatantly offensive will at least be remembered. And those types might even have a higher chance, all else equal of getting SOMETHING. But if we stay safely in the middle? No rejection, but not lasting impression either. This is the classic "nice guy" behavior. Nice guys are not really nice. They are just too afraid to ask for what they want. Then they get angry when people don't "reward" them for their niceness. But guess what? Unless you can break out of your nice shell, you'll keep getting the same results. Not dangerous, but very boring and very safe. How can you break out of the nice guy shell? Realize the false beliefs that are keeping you trapped inside the nice guy comfort zone. The thing you fear really doesn't exist. Or it does, but only in your mind. In reality, people are desperate for YOU (yes, YOU) to express your true self. Nobody wants to be around safe and polite nice guys and gals. People WANT to be around guys and gals who express their TRUE selves, and don't really care who accepts them or not. The paradox is if you LIKE YOURSELF enough to not really care who rejects you or not, nearly everybody will accept you. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/social-charisma/
  2. Ukulele Preacher: https://mindpersuasion.com/ukulele-preacher/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar31Loop.mp4 https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/ukulele-preacher
  3. Jesus Origin Story: https://mindpersuasion.com/jesus-origin/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb08Loop.mp4
  4. Sevens Sixes and Brains: https://mindpersuasion.com/brains-sixes-sevens/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/sixes-sevens-and-brains https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct01Loop.mp4
  5. How To Perform Miracles: https://mindpersuasion.com/how-to-perform-miracles/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/learn-to-perform-miracles https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept15Loop.mp4
  6. The Lady Killing Preacher: https://mindpersuasion.com/magic-sex-preacher/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/sex-magic-cult-preacher https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept10Loop.mp4
  7. She'll Come Tonight: https://mindpersuasion.com/pay-for-your-sins/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug22Loop.mp4
  8. https://mindpersuasion.com/divine-child-origins/
  9. https://mindpersuasion.com/stone-cold-jesus-hustler/
  10. https://mindpersuasion.com/broken-brain/
  11. If you're fan of the Bible, there's a scene where Jesus throws the "money changers" out of the temple. You don't really need to be religious or a Christian to understand the implications of the scene. Even if you see religious stories as purely metaphorical, this is a powerful scene. Since the character (or person or whoever you think about Jesus) is a religious type. Talking about turning the other cheek. Loving your neighbor as yourself. A generally peaceful kind of dude. And when he throws the money changers out of the temple, it's the ONLY time in the Bible Jesus gets pissed. Turns over their tables, screams at them, etc. Why so angry, Jesus? And what exactly do they mean by money "changers" anyway? Why get so angry about a bunch of dudes that are just "changing" money? Are they like the machine in the game center? Put in a dollar and get some game tokens? Not at all. See, back in those days, lending money and collecting interest was forbidden by many governments. They understood that if you lent somebody a hundred bucks, and expected a hundred and ten bucks back after a year or so, eventually you'd run out of money. Meaning the guys who LENT money to people, and expected to get MORE money back, would eventually have ALL the money. Way back in the day there was a group of guys called the Knight's Templar. Depending on your beliefs, these might have been the good guys, or they might have been the bad guys. But one thing they DID do was loan money. In particular to the Pope, and the King of France. And both the Pope and the King of France ended up owning these guys a TON. Way more than they could ever pay back. So the Pope, and the King of France not only outlawed the Knights Templar, but they rounded them up and killed them. Or at least most of them. The idea of loaning money and expecting interest when it's paid back has ALWAYS been a HUGE problem in every society. Anyhow, back to those money "changers" that Jesus got so angry at. Because at the time lending money at interest was illegal, these "money changers" were very clever. They would loan money in one currency, and take payment in another. They would still earn interest, but they wouldn't call it interest. They would call it a currency exchange fee. This is why they were called "money changers." They loaned money in currency X, and got paid back in currency Y. But currency Y was worth currency X PLUS interest. But they called it an exchange fee. Jesus knew this. So did everybody else. This is why the ONLY TIME Jesus got angry in the Bible was at these clever money lenders. Today, going into debt is just as dangerous. Individually and as a society. We can't change society. But you can change yourself. By taking charge of your life. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/beta-male/
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