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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/
Ambiguity is fun. A lot of fun. However, most people only use ambiguity on one level. By pointing it out. This can get you pretty far. For example, a lot of newspaper headlines and product labels use ambiguity. For example, the other day I was in a drug store. I saw a box of plastic flatware. Knives, forks, spoons. The description on the box said, "Entertaining Flatware." The meaning was that this is flatware you use when entertaining. When having a party. So the word "entertaining" is meant to be an adjective. But what if you assume it's a verb? Like you have a bunch of flatware, and you don't want the flatware to get bored. So you need to figure out a way to entertain the flatware. So you stroll down to your local library and find a book on entertaining flatware. The kind of jokes flatware likes, etc. Or what if you assume the word "entertaining" is a an adjective, but not the way the product makers intended. For example, you have some flatware that doesn't just sit there. They stand up, jump around, maybe do a bit of break dancing, sing a few songs. That's some pretty entertaining flatware! You could even set them out on the sidewalk, put a hat in front, and people would toss in money while your flatware was dancing around and singing songs. This is just from ONE goofy product label. When you train your brain to see ambiguity, you'll see it EVERYWHERE. A particularly funny way to use it is to see it in the everyday language of others. And assume the goofiest thing possible. Somebody talks about baking a cake and needing to pick up some baking flour. That phrase, "Pick up some baking flour" has TONS of misunderstandings you can use. Going down to the local nightclub where all the baking flour hangs out and trying some pick up lines. The difficulties of taking flour when it's in the process of baking something. For EXTRA party fun, you can play it as straight as you possibly can. And keep going off on goofy tangents based on the incorrectly taken meaning. This simple trick will make you one of the most welcomed party guest in town. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/party-hypnosis/