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  1. Brain Paradox https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  2. https://mindpersuasion.com/get-your-ex-back/
  3. One of the biggest causes of anxiety when using any language patterns is getting caught. Even when consciously using gestures, it feels like you're doing something wrong. This is natural. Any time you do something slightly different, you're going to feel self conscious. This is part of human nature. Even if you buy a pair of shoes you don't normally wear or use glasses instead of contacts, it's natural to feel self conscious. So when you add something to your language, it makes you feel even MORE self conscious. But since most people NEVER focus much on the structure of language, nobody will ever know. Sure, they might feel like you're doing something different. But unless you tell them, they won't really have a clue. And paradoxically, when you are using these patterns on your friends, they are MOST LIKELY to know something's up. The less you know the person you are using these patterns with, the less likely they'll even suspect you are doing something different. For one, they don't know you, so they don't know what your normal style is. Two, they'll be nervous, since most everybody is nervous when talking to somebody new. And even more paradoxically, very FEW people will notice these patterns when you are using them during any presentation. Since EVERYBODY speaks differently during a presentation than during regular conversations. So even if you give a speech to your speech class, in which all your friends are members, this is the BEST PLACE to use language technology. Which makes it even MORE paradoxical (that's the third paradox so far) that giving speeches is the BEST PLACE to use hypnotic language skills. One, you'll almost NEVER get interrupted. Two, you are SUPPOSED to use careful gestures. Three, their brains will be mostly turned off anyway. This makes it the BEST PLACE POSSIBLE to slip tons of ideas into their minds. Even if you just wanted to have fun, going down to your local toastmasters or joining a speech class at your local community college is a GREAT PLACE to experiment with language technology. Even if you have zero intentions of selling or persuading or seducing, people will INSTANTLY notice that you are MUCH BETTER than everybody else. Because your stories will have an impact on their brains that NO OTHER speech has. Not even famous people on TV. And when you can create THAT kind of aura, you can pretty much do anything. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/public-speaking-hypnosis/
  4. I've always been fascinated with the stock market. Even when I was a kid. The concept is fascinating. A ton of disconnected people, buying and selling. But always represented in charts and graphs and lines and moving averages. It's very easy to forget the emotional component. Both that the lines represent, and what the lines evoke. Just looking at any basic stock chart that has a few trend lines, it almost looks like child's play. Just buy here, when this line crosses this line, sell, and when they cross back, buy again, and on and on. But as soon as you put your money on the line, everything changes. This is the power of human emotions. Another reason they're so fascinating is the feedback loops. For example, moving averages can be seen as support or resistance. If a stock is above it's 50 day moving average, for example, and it goes down and touches it briefly, this is almost a universally accepted buy signal. This is where the "buy the dip" idea comes from. But this is also one of those chicken and egg questions. Does everybody "buy the dip" BECAUSE they know the stock will rebound? Or does the stock rebound BECAUSE everybody "buys the dip?" Do the people watching the markets try and "catch" the moves? Or do those moves happen because everybody is getting in and out and trying to catch the right moves? It's kind of like Heisenberg's principle of uncertainty. Simply by participating in the system, you change the system. Which means the system that you WATCH is different than the system you are IN. Human nature is very much like this. We see a person across the room, and are attracted to them. Then we go and talk to them. But once we are in a conversation with them, the are no longer "separate" from us. Their presence when they are hanging out with their friends is DIFFERENT than their presence when they are talking to us. Most people have a lot of interactive effects like this on others. You could be totally confident and outgoing while talking to your friends. Then a drop dead gorgeous person comes up and asks you a simple question. And you suddenly can't speak to save your life! Depending on how "strong" your presence is, you'll either be influenced by others, or you will influence others. The stronger it is, the more people YOU will influence. Most people feel comfortable around some people, and not comfortable around others. But with a STRONG enough presence, you will feel comfortable around EVERYBODY. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/presence/
  5. There are a lot of cool metaphors for "transforming." Perhaps one of the most ubiquitous is the caterpillar turning into a butterfly. Ugly looking thing turns into a thing of beauty. Most of life can be measured or looked at through the lens of "transitions." Even mundane things like doing pushups can be looked at through transitions. If you've ever done any kind of physical training (or any training) then you're familiar with the idea of the plateau. That frustrating part where you just can't do any more pushups. Or can't bench any more, or can't improve your speed, or can't lose any more weight. But then something happens, and BOOM, you're at the next level. Any trainer will tell you that progress is not steady. It comes in spurts. In fact, one way to look at the "plateau" is the long needed preparation for the growth spurt. Problem is, most of us dumb humans have a tough time being patient. We want results, and we want them NOW! We don't like the idea of spinning our wheels and hoping a growth spurt hits. We tend to give up, which pretty much GUARANTEES that any progress won't come. There was a famous stock trader from before the Great Depression, Jesse Livermore. He said, "It wasn't my thinking that made me rich, it was my sitting." Meaning he didn't get rich by picking the right stocks at the right time, or having any brilliant insights. He got rich by patiently waiting while his stocks kept going up. You might say the same about human progress. It's not the massive growth spurts that you need to focus on. It's the patient, daily activities that slowly BUILD UP to those growth spurts. Only then can you experience there transformations that make life magic. What kinds of transformations? Failures into experience into success. Not having skills into having skills. Regular skills into world class skills. Curiosity into knowledge and understanding. Energy into action. Thoughts into things. Learn More: Sex Transmutation
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