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https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July25Post.mp4 What's the difference between hypnosis and humor? Timing. The linguistic structures are the same. Ambiguities, reframing. You can use ambiguities to fade somebody's brain while telling them a bunch of somewhat disconnected stories. Ambiguities on the sentence level. Ambiguities on the structural level. You have three or four stories on the same kind of theme. Like overcoming some kind of social anxiety. You tell four stories all about people who overcame some kind of social anxiety. But by the time you get to the middle story, their brains are so utterly confused, they just give up. Especially when you use a deeply embedded quotes pattern. The first story is about a you talking to a guy. The second story is a story told to you buy that guy. Then in that second story, another guy is talking to another guy. By the time you get to the middle, nobody, except for you, has any clue what is going on. So in the middle story, with one ambiguous guy talking to another ambiguous guy, you quote one of the guys. And then YOU say something like this: And then he looked at him and said: And YOU tell the person you are talking to in real life whatever you want to say. Their brains will be so faded, you can look DIRECTLY at them, give them a ton of DIRECT commands, and they'll just nod. Um... uh... yeah... OK... Of course, later, when you finish all the loops, they'll forget ALL ABOUT that middle part. But those commands will be INSIDE their brain. This is essentially how covert hypnosis is used in therapy. Fade their brain, drop in a bunch of commands, and everybody lives happily ever after. All with TONS of layered ambiguity. Which story you are telling, who's saying what to whom, and sentence level ambiguities like "lack of referential index." The lack of referential index is a FANTASTIC party trick. You introduce a few people. Then later you refer to those same people but only with pronouns. So nobody knows WHO you are referring to. And if you set up the people, and what they are doing correctly and THEN refer to them with pronouns, you can use the quotes pattern to put some CRAZY things in the middle. For example: The other day I met this crazy girl at this bar downtown. She and her two friends were telling me about this bachelor party one of her friends worked at, lots of sexy strippers and customers. Then she looked and me and told me how she would always look directly at people and say: "You have no idea how much CRAZY SEX we are going to have!" "You have no idea of the secret sex tricks I know that can give you a four hour orgasm!" "Do you believe that?" Because you set it up with so many "interesting" people, and surrounded that middle part about sex with a whole slew of confusing pronouns, whoever you say this to will have a happily spinning brain. That's the COOL thing about all these linguistic patterns. You can put them together in some very clever ways. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/humor-brilliance/
https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July24Post.mp4 Some the easiest to understand concepts are often the best. Or they CAN be the best, if we look deeper inside them. But since they are so easy, we "think" we've got them figured out. Rapport is a fantastic example. It's easy to understand, and easy to do. So easy we forget. Once we start talking to somebody, it's very easy to "forget" all the technical details. ESPECIALLY if we are flowing and having a good time. This is very much like eating. Another INSTINCTIVE pleasure. We start eating something that tastes good, and our brains turn off. But if you can manage to remember to at least check for rapport, just knowing where you are can help. Another VERY POWERFUL and very underutilized "trick" is the quotes pattern. This, like rapport, is very easy to understand. And because it's very easy to understand, it's equally easy to discount as a one-trick gimmick. But this simple technique CAN be used with AMAZING success. Because within the quotes pattern, you can deliver almost anything to anybody, and never get into any trouble. It works PARTICULARLY well if the person you quote is any kind of recognized authority. Example: Say you're at a party, and you're in a group with two other guys (assuming you're a guy, switch the genders however appropriate) and three girls. Each of the girls is attractive, but you barely know them. So, one of the guys is talking about hard it is to date for NON Chads. Since you are also a non-Chad, you want to give him the following, common sense advice: That's really a myth. Women care more about personality than looks. But saying this DIRECTLY, might be a bit uncomfortable. Because you're basically telling a group of people, including three cute ladies, what ladies "really" want. This, of course, might backfire. Enter the quotes pattern. Take that same advice, and put it deeply inside a quotes pattern. Deeply? You could say, "My friend said that..." But nobody knows your friend. You want to set it up so it's coming from an AUTHORITY figure. And since you're about to say what "women really want," why not make that authority figure a woman? And since you're going to use the quotes pattern, why not add some humor? And sexual innuendo? And while you say the sex part, you can look DIRECTLY at the three ladies. So, you say something like this: "I don't know. I was at my buddies house and he was watching some talk show. They had on this Harvard Psychologist, wrote a bunch of books. She was saying, that based on her research, that what women REALLY want is a guy who is confident. Not just conversationally, but confident in the sack. Confident in his ability to GIVE WOMEN PLENTY OF ORGASMS. Like OVER AND OVER AND OVER. I don't know, what do you think about this, ladies?" Of course, when you say the part in all caps, look directly at the ladies. This is just ONE way you can use the powerful quotes pattern. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/humor-brilliance/
https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec10Post.mp4 There's a pretty cool technique from covert hypnosis. It's called "blurred realities." It's when you are quoting somebody, but it's not clear who. This can create a sense of confusion. Confusion is kind of like taking up brain processor resources, so you can slip ideas into their brain more easily. For example, if you walked up to a really cute girl and said: "I think you're pretty. I think you should give me your phone number." It would be absolutely clear what was going on. Saying that directly, unless you were super confident, would make you nervous. Hearing that directly, unless SHE was super confident, would make her nervous. Nervousness tends to HEIGHTEN the conscious critic. On the other hand, supposed you walked up and said this: "Hi, you remind me of my brother's wife. When they meet he walked right up, looked her in the eye and said, you are the most beautiful woman I've ever seen, I think we should be together." This is also referred to as the "quotes pattern." It allows you to say some blatant things to people with absolute plausible deniability. Another way to use the blurred reality is to tell a bunch of stories within a bunch of stories. And inside one of the nested stories, one character is talking to another character. But the things that character says to the other character also hold true other stories around that middle story. They also can work between the story teller and the story listener. This will give the listeners are very slippery feeling their brain. It is a very real, very unexpected, and very fuzzy hypnotic effect. And it will make you, the storyteller, seemingly capable of real magic. But there's also another way to use the blurred reality technique. Start to talk about your own abstract feelings and emotions. Not just the direct emotions, but emotions about emotions, and judgments about emotions. This takes some courage, since you'll need to look inside and explore your own emotions. But here's the cool part. We ALL, more or less, have those same emotions and meta emotions. So when you talk about your own emotions, you can apply the blurred reality technique. By deliberately using your pronouns in a specific way, even though YOU are talking about, and referencing YOUR OWN inner emotions, the other person will start to believe you are reading their minds. Which will make you seem like a much more powerful wizard. A mind reading wizard. Something most people only believe exist in movies and comic books. But there you are. In the flesh, performing real magic. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/cold-reading/