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  1. A very popular and useful book is "Psycho Cybernetics." It's one of those old school type books. Based not on metaphysical theories, but real data. It was written by a doctor. A plastic surgeon. Not the kind that builds fake boobs or younger faces. But the kind that fixes people's appearance after accidents. And he found something very interesting. He found ZERO correlation between somebody's appearance and their self image. Some people had HUGE self confidence, self image, etc., while having not so stellar looks. On the other hand, people who had FANTASTIC looks sometimes had the worst image of themselves. Of course, sometimes it was the opposite. This is what they mean when they say ZERO correlation. Just by looking at how gorgeous (or not gorgeous) somebody is, you have ZERO idea how they feel about themselves. And since Maltz (the author) was a trained medical doctor and not a metaphysician, he decided to figure out the reason. And the result was his book, Psycho Cybernetics. One of the things he found about people who have HIGH self image was that they NEVER compared themselves to others. On the other hand, people with self image troubles were ALWAYS comparing themselves to others. The only people we SHOULD compare ourselves to is how we USED to be. Because no matter HOW awesome we are, there will ALWAYS be somebody better. So comparing yourself to others will RARELY end well. Unfortunately, this is the EXACT same strategy most people use when trying to make a positive impression on others. They talk ABOUT themselves. They talk ABOUT their opinions (which they think are very clever). They talk ABOUT their dreams and accomplishments, which they believe to be better. The problem is that as soon as you operate from this mindset, you are making it very EASY for the other person to REJECT you. Because all they need to do is think of somebody who is BETTER. Of course, this strategy MAY have worked twenty or thirty years ago. Because the only people they could have compared you to were the people they actually met. But if you tried this SAME strategy on somebody with a healthy social media following? Forget it! Our modern Frankenstein social media environment makes it easy for ANYBODY to pretend they are famous. Which means trying to IMPRESS them is very, very difficult. Luckily, there is a much better way. A much easier way. One that REQUIRES face to face conversation. So no matter HOW many billions of followers they have, nobody can touch you. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/deep-mind-persuasion/
  2. When I was a kid I was in boy scouts. The best part was going on backpacking trips. At first, it absolutely sucked. Because I was in bad shape. But even though I was in bad shape, I noticed something strange. While we were hiking UP a steep hill, it sucked. But when we got to the campsite, it was fun. Very fun. After a couple of weeks went by, I would ONLY remember the good parts. I would always "forget" how much it sucked until we went backpacking again, and we were on the steep trail going up. Sometimes for hours. This is a natural function of the human brain. Otherwise, we would have gone extinct a long time ago. We go through a lot of pain and grief to get something good. But unless we have a serious injury, we tend to ONLY remember the good stuff. This keeps us motivated to get something better next time. This is also why we tend to remember things with 20/20 hindsight. Not just hindsight bias, when we imagine we KNEW things that we didn't really know. But when something is OVER, and we tend to fixate on ONLY the good stuff. This is what causes people to get back INTO relationships that are over. They ONLY remember the good stuff and not all the bad crap. Then when they get back INTO the relationship, they remember all the bad crap. Much like when I was a kid and I suddenly remembered how much it sucked hiking uphill for hours on end. "Oh, man! I forgot how BAD this sucked!" This happens usually when things end abruptly. We don't have much time to plan any exit strategy. We also HATE not having closure. This is why it absolutely SUCKS getting ghosted. Part of us will ALWAYS wonder if maybe there is SOMETHING we can do to get them back. Exit strategies are important. They can also be VERY USEFUL if they are carefully telegraphed. Meaning if you are in a relationship, and you aren't sure if you want to end it or not. You start to very CAREFULLY plan an exit strategy. This will both TELEGRAPH your plans, so when it ends, it will be a CLEAN break. But it will also give the other person clear signals to get their stuff together in case they want to salvage the relationship. This works for friends, lovers and jobs. By very carefully planning and exit, and very delicately and SUBCONSCIOUSLY telegraphing your intentions, you get the best of both words. Essentially telling the other party it's THEIR responsibility to keep you from leaving. If they don't do anything, you will be prepared. If they beg you to stay, then you've got a real choice. Either way, you win. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/walk-away/
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  4. There are a lot of interesting similarities between cultures. For example, in Japanese, the symbol for Sunday is of the Sun. The symbol for Monday is of the moon. These are the same roots of the words in English (sun= Sunday, moon = Monday). Also in both ancient European and Chinese mythology there is the idea of a dragon. Why a dragon? Both cultures came across these reptiles that slithered around. They were tiny, but their bite (which felt like fire) could kill you. Since they didn’t know about chemistry or biology or poison, they both likely came up with the same basic idea. These “evil” reptilian things were powered by some black magic. So when they made their way into stories, they could fly around and breathe fire. Joseph Campbell had to figure out WHY all cultures have the same basic structure their mythology. The same structure that is in most blockbuster movies. Logic says there can only be TWO answers. One is that there is ONE source that everybody copied from. The other is that the “outside” stories represent very similar “internal” thinking structures. Chomsky figured the same thing. His ideas was the all humans speak the SAME language. Only different dialects. Every language has verbs, nouns, adverbs, adjectives, etc. But for some reason, we all think we are different. We all are programmed, perhaps by our ego, to think OUR own thoughts and fears and hopes are somehow unique to us. And since we RARELY discuss things in great detail, it’s very easy to believe that. Therein lines the secret to “cold reading.” Of seeing people and being able to read their body language, facial expressions, and the situation they are in. By doing some digging into your own brain, it’s VERY EASY to “guess” EXACTLY what they are thinking. Not only what they want, but what they are worried about. When you can communicate those deep truths using some hypnotic language patterns, you will be perceived as being INSANELY insightful. Or if you like, you really can convince people you have powers of telepathy. This makes communication with ANYBODY very easy. Because even if you don’t want to use any cold reading patterns, by knowing EXACTLY what’s going on inside their minds, you’ll know EXACTLY what to say. To create ANY emotion in them you like. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/cold-reading/
  5. https://mindpersuasion.com/best-medicine-is-food/
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