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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr06Post.mp4 Humans love to dream. Everything that exists today was once an imagination in somebody's head. Napoleon Hill talked about turning "thoughts into things." This idea is absolutely true, but unfortunately a little bit misunderstood. Yes, every single thing was once an imagination before it was real thing. Tables, chairs, basketballs, planes, telephones, racquetball courts, etc. Bees, ants, beavers keep building the same thing over and over. Humans are similarly programmed. Only we don't build the same things over and over. We slowly and continuously IMPROVE what's all around us. Here's where it gets a bit complex. Yes, "we" turn thoughts into things. Yes, everything was once a thought in "somebody's head. But this has always been a competition. EVERYBODY can dream about stuff that doesn't yet exist. But very few people can actually TURN those dreams into reality. This is basic economics. Everybody has a plan for a building downtown. They all pitch their idea to the city developers. Only ONE idea will be chosen. Since the DAWN OF TIME, every dude laid awake at night dreaming about how to BETTER acquire needed resources. The winner of the daily productivity contest got the most social validation, and the most sex. This is STILL true today. Musicians, artists, business people all DREAM of how to become the BEST at what they do. The rewards are still the same. More social validation, more money and of course, more SEX. This is the deep DREAM of every breathing human. If you can create something MAGNIFICENT, you will become famous. You will get paid. You will GET LAID. However, this is a crowded market place. There are the very few people who are actually on the front lines of creation. For example, for every A+ list actor, there are THOUSANDS willing to do ANYTHING just to get a few seconds on screen. People are SO desperate for Hollywood fame, they'd rather be in PORNO's than go home a failure. Here's a seemingly unrelated tidbit. During the gold rush, (1849) the people that got the RICHEST were not the diggers of gold. They were the sellers of gold digging equipment. Shovels, pickaxes, etc. Even Levi-Straus, the famous blue jean company, got their start selling special gold digging denim. What's this got to do with anything? Step one is to realize that EVERYBODY has a deep and relentless dreaming brain. Everybody has the never ending fantasy of doing SOMETHING, and then becoming rich and famous. You can COMPETE with them. Or you can leverage this information to CAPTURE their imaginations. To capture and lead their emotions. How? Tell them simple stories that RESONATE with the never ending human dreaming mind. Do this, and they'll associate their DEEP DREAMS with YOU. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/storytelling-magic/
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr05Post.mp4 What does it mean to be charismatic? There are a plenty of ways. Charisma is a general label. One that means the person labeled as charismatic is VERY enjoyable to be around. There are two basic ways to do this. One is to focus COMPLETELY on other person. Not just lazy, fake focus. But real, genuine interest in who they are. Not just their looks, but everything about them. Most of us can ONLY do this with people we are physically or otherwise attracted. But charismatic people can do this with EVERYBODY. Now, most people believe this is some kind of genetic gift. One that some people have, and others don't. But it is something you can practice. But this kind of charisma has one very significant drawback. You can ONLY use it on one person at a time. Because it is focused on bringing OUT the best things about that other person. There is a different kind of charisma. One that can create attraction, desire, and fascination in AS MANY people as you want. Some people "try" to approach this when they learn various "techniques." Like doing card tricks or other interesting bar tricks. These CAN be very useful. We DO like magic. But this means you'll need to have a LOT of magic tricks up your sleeve. And when you run out, you run out. Show's over, Elvis has left the building. Since we ARE talking about magic tricks, there is another aspect of doing magic. And that is the magician's patter. A magician silently standing there doing tricks is interesting. But a magician that does SIMPLE tricks while telling INTERESTING and complex stories? Way better. In fact, with ONLY the storytelling part, you can do LOT BETTER than any random bar magician. Why? Because stories are based on STRUCTURE. You learn a magic trick you can ONLY do that magic trick. But once you learn a few story STRUCTURES, you can tell the same stories over and over and over. Just different content each time. Even better is that stories move us NOT because of their content, but because of their STRUCTURE. It is their structure that moves our emotions. It is their structure that will allow YOU to move their emotions. One at a time, or all at once. This is the ULTIMATE in charisma. To be in a random, organically evolving conversation. Somebody says something about the weird guy working at Jack In The Box. Somebody else says something about something kind of related. Then you slide in. "That's like this one guy..." you begin. Next thing you know, the entire ROOM is mesmerized. Hanging on very word. All their attentions in YOURS. Their emotions in YOUR control. And YOU forever in their memories. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/storytelling-magic/
  3. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr04Post.mp4 If you rub your fingertip along the rim of a wine goblet, you can get it to "sing." If you hold the right note, you can break that same glass. This is difficult because you have to hold the EXACT frequency that the glass naturally vibrates at. There is a bay in Canada that has a HUGE difference between high tide and low tide. What do all these things have in common? Resonance. When you rub your finger along the tip of the wine goblet, you are "calibrating" the small "micro breaks" in the smoothness until it is the SAME frequency as the glass. When you hold a note, and it resonates an untouched glass, the glass will break. What about high tide and low tide? This is the same principle as a little kid in a bathtub. Moving back and forth with the water to slosh it all over the floor. When the moon creates the tide, it's the same thing. The difference between high tide and tide is a function of the entire system. The water depth, the forces of the moon on the sea, and the physical characteristics of the bay. Resonance is a fantastic concept. Most systems have their natural "frequency." And if you "vibrate" that system at it's resonance frequency, you can get some pretty big disturbances. Sometimes things break. Things that aren't supposed to break. Once the wind happened to match the frequency of a bridge in England. The bring was swinging wildly back and forth. Little kids understand resonance perfectly fine when they swing back and forth on a swing. This is very fun. To move only a little bit, (legs swinging back and forth) but to get some BIG movements. Our emotions also have certain resonance frequencies. And when you vibrate those emotional resonance frequencies, our emotions can feel FANTASTIC. This can be done through music, movies, books, even goofy TV commercials. And just like all the other resonance ideas, this is based on SCIENCE. It is no accident that all stories have the same basic structure. It is no accident that most music has the same basic structure. Human dreams, human desires, human fears also have the same structure. Learn to pace this structure, and you can make ANYBODY feel fantastic. Even better, it is just as repeatable as a wine goblet or a swing set. How, specifically, do you do this? Learn the deep and ancient story structure that has nature has embedded into our DNA. Speak in this structure and move people places they've NEVER been to before. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/storytelling-magic/
  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar27Post.mp4 Structure is everywhere. Joseph Campbell found that most myths from around the world have the same structure. One he called the "monomyth." Commonly called the "hero's journey." Same basic structure, over and over. Similarly, most popular music has the same basic chord progressions. Once you tune your mind to hear these common chord progressions, you'll see them everywhere. Structure is something that we need to choose to see. It's not something we normally see. Even if you've studied music or mythology your entire life, it's very EASY to "forget" momentarily about structure and focus on content. The melody and the words. The characters and their unique battles of good vs. evil. On the flip side, if you are a pop music writer or a Hollywood screen writer, you can essentially write the SAME THING over and over and over. Different melodies and lyrics on top of the same chord progression. Different characters and battles on top of the same hero's journey. Thought also has similar structure. This can give you huge advantage. How? Once you learn the basic structure of thought, you can talk about the same things and over. Sure, the people you are talking to will think you are talking about different things. Just like most people hear all the songs as being different. Or all the movies as having different characters and stories. But from a structural level, you will see them as being very similar. One of Joseph Campbell's books was called, "The Hero With 1000 Faces." This was because every hero is essentially the SAME CHARACTER. Dorothy, Luke Skywalker, Harry Potter, Peter Parker, Neo, all go through the same character arc. Which means if you can understand the STRUCTURE of human thought, you'll have a massive advantage. The structure of thought is the same as the structure of language. From your perspective, you are having the SAME conversations over and over. From their perspective, you are one of the most profound conversationalists they've ever met. Or the most compelling salesperson they've ever met. Or the most romantic seducer they've ever met. Or the most engaging storyteller they've ever met. This will make it very easy for you to never worry about what to say. Never worry about what to ask. And just like movies and music, once you KNOW the structure, it's easy to flip to either side. Structurally, from a building side. Content based, from an enjoyment side. See the structure beneath words, and lead every conversation, and every emotion exactly where you want them to be. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/deep-mind-persuasion/
  5. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb13Post.mp4 Storytelling and hypnosis are very closely related. Therapeutic hypnosis and movies are essentially the same structure. You sit there and let another "entity" do your thinking for you. When you are in the therapist's office, he or she is talking, you've got your eyes closed, and your following along with their words. So long as their words are guiding you toward better and more resourceful emotions, you're pretty good. Similarly, when w watch a movie or even a TV show, we are letting the story do our thinking for us. Most of the time, this is just to relax our brain. But when a movie or show grabs our attention, it can move us through some very POWERFUL emotions. This is essentially what the Greeks discovered, and called Catharsis, way back in the day. A way to specifically move people through a series of specific feelings and emotions. In a way that would give them the feelings, but not of the risk. They could experience, pain, love, loss, grief, success, agony, etc., ALL without upsetting their real lives. The Hero's Journey story is essentially a well calibrated, motivational story. To give the hero enough confidence and get out there and kill the bad guys, and get the rewards. Fame, sex, admiration and respect. Most people spit words without much thought. We have half baked ideas and spit them out with randomly chosen words and phrases. But language is, or can be, EXTREMELY powerful. You can move people's emotions with your words. And once you realize this, you can move them ANYWHERE you want. To inspire, to motivate, to persuade, to seduce. And if you toss in a few well placed ambiguities, something very, very cool will happen. If you tell a story about dragons and knights, it can be pretty entertaining. But they'll remember it being about dragons and knights. But if you carefully calibrate WHERE you put in the specific vagueness, they will remember the story with THEM as the hero. Which means they'll take OWNERSHIP of the ideas in the story. This means with simple words, you can lead ANYBODY to make any decision you want. All while believing it was their idea. Not yours. They'll fall in love with you, if you want. They'll give you money, if you want. They'll wish they'd never met you, if you want. And anything else you can dream up. This hypnotic storytelling skill can be used anywhere words can be spoken. Clubs, bookstores, shopping malls, telephone calls, or anywhere else you can dream of. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/sugar-baby-hypnosis/
  6. Nested Campfire Games: https://mindpersuasion.com/nested-campfire-games/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/nested-campfire-games https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan28Loop.mp4
  7. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan20Post.mp4 You can make a strong argument that written words are what gives us humans the ultimate advantage. Way back in the days of cave people, spoken words ruled. If you had the best ideas, the best ways of describing your ideas, you'd be in pretty good shape. If you could tell stories around campfire every night that would motivate and inspire all the young hunters, you'd be in pretty good shape. One way to think of these campfire stories is a way to slowly implant post hypnotic suggestions. Normally, when we think of post hypnotic suggestions, we think of movie hypnosis or stage hypnosis. Every time you hear your name, you'll jump around like a kangaroo. Even in the movie, "The Manchurian Candidate," they had the idea of a post hypnotic suggestion. The secret assassin would get a call, hear the secret phrase, and suddenly shift into assassin mode. How would this play out in ancient hunter-gatherer story telling? All the young kids would understand the adults need to go out hunting every day. And they would invariably experience death, or loss. Ten guys would go out hunting, and only nine would come back. So before they were very old, they would realize that hunting is both necessary, and VERY dangerous. So the stories told HAD to inspire them. To give them a positive motivation to hunt that HAD to be stronger than the fear. What kind of stories were they told? The same structure that is in modern books and movies. That fighting the bad guys is dangerous, but necessary. Necessary to protect your friends and family. But if you DO manage to kill the monster, the rewards are ENORMOUS. Fame, fortune, and the admiration of all the young ladies. This is, in a nutshell, the hero's journey, What, specifically, is the post hypnotic suggestion? That when you see the monster, you'll feel courage, motivation and deep desire to destroy him. This is the power of words. Spoken words are incredibly powerful. Written words much more so. Sure, they lack the tonality, the expressions, the social cohesion of all the kids listening to and responding to the story in real time. But what they lack, they make up for in potential scale. If you write an effective story, it could resonate for years. Across generations. This is precisely why copywriting is a powerful skill to develop. Sure, you could be a novelist or a scriptwriter. Write something that will entertain people. But if you can write words that move people, persuade them, spur them to action, this is real power. This is the human spirit. To read and write moving messages that make us feel incredibly courageous, so we can overcome our fear and destroy the demons. This is real, tangible, magic. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotic-copywriting/
  8. Ancient Alien Mythology: https://mindpersuasion.com/ancient-alien-mythology/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan18Loop.mp4
  9. Multiple Consciousness Singularity: https://mindpersuasion.com/multiple-consciousness-singularity/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/multiple-consciousness-singularity https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec20Loop.mp4
  10. Unstable Death Wobbles: https://mindpersuasion.com/unstable-death-wobbles/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/unstable-death-wobbles https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec11Loop.mp4
  11. 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/
  12. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov28Post.mp4 Most of us love movies with an unexpected twist. Like when the "Sixth Sense" first came out, people couldn't stop talking about it. Whether it was done deliberately is anybody's guess, but this kind of thing is a fantastic marketing strategy. One, because it's a great way to create word of mouth, free, advertising. Two, it induces people to watch this again and again. The first time, you see the twist and you're: "Whuhhh????" The second time you watch it through trying to see all the things that SEEM obvious the second time around, but were completely hidden the first time around. This is storytelling at it's finest. When you tell a story, people talk about that story, and people want to consume this over and over again. Essentially, this is how the storytelling instinct was calibrated, over tens or perhaps hundreds of thousands of years. Every night, somebody in the tribe would tell a story. Probably most of them were pretty lame. People would fall asleep halfway through. People would wander what kind of secret weed the storyteller was smoking. But every once in a while, you'd get a "Sixth Sense" type story. These are the stories people would remember. And then retell. You have a whole bunch of tribes all telling and retelling the BEST stories from all time, and you end up with a pretty good collection. This is essentially how mythology is formed. The stories that make up the collective consciousness of any culture. Storytelling is an instinct. Story listening is an instinct. And just like our food instinct, some stories "taste good" and some taste kid of lame. And just like you can LEARN to cook good tasting food, you can LEARN to tell some pretty decent stories. The "twist" is the basis of pretty much all humor. You tell a long story, and the "punchline" is the ending that is NOT what everybody expected. Or an ending that has a few meanings at the same time. In non-humorous story, this "punchline" isn't called a punchline. It's called the twist. Or sometimes the "reveal." This word has the same meaning of the "reveal" at the end of a magic trick. This is essentially the same feeling of a well told story. A magic trick, but only with words. This is why stage magicians who practice sleight of hand are ALSO some of the very best story tellers. Being able to use your words to create mind magic is a FANTASTIC skill to have. It will open plenty of doors in ways few people know exist. Get Started: https://mindpersuasion.teachable.com/p/party-hypnosis/
  13. Acoustic Resonance Brainwashing: https://mindpersuasion.com/acoustic-resonance-brainwashing/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/acoustic-resonance-brainwashing https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct26Loop.mp4
  14. Medieval Historian Disaster: https://mindpersuasion.com/medieval-historian-disaster/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/medieval-historian-disaster https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct15Loop.mp4
  15. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct07Post.mp4 A long time ago I had to teach a bunch of kids some magic tricks. It was for this summer program. Me and another lady had to come up with a bunch of magic tricks to teach two summer school classes. One group was 4-5 years old, the other was 6-7. To make things worse, they didn't want to spend a lot of money. So we couldn't buy tricks. Luckily, we found a bunch of "self working" card tricks. Tricks that require you stack the deck before hand. With a stacked deck, you can deal them out in a specific way to make the cards come up unexpectedly. This way, the kids didn't need to learn any complicated sleight of hand. Just start with a deck, remember how to deal the cards, and it would work out. The main part was practicing the stories to tell while doing the trick. Turns out this is the main part of many magic tricks. Talking while doing the tricks. Many advanced magic tricks are based on sleight of hand. Of actually doing some very complicated work. To make it much easier, you can tell some stories. The more interesting the story is, the less likely the audience will pay close attention to your hands. Since people LIKE watching magic tricks, they go along with whatever story you are telling. This requires people KNOW that they are seeing a magic trick. For people who like magic, whenever a magician starts to do a trick, and starts into a magician's story, they naturally listen. Or if you are a world famous comedian up on a stage, they'll shut off their brains and listen to you talk. Nearly every other time you are in a conversation with somebody, they WON'T turn off their brain and listen. This is not a comfortable thought, but every time you find yourself in a conversation with somebody, whatever YOU are saying is ALWAYS going to be in competition with the ideas in their brain. Dale Carnegie famously said that everybody is always listening to their favorite radio station, WII-FM. "What's in it for me." So unless you are talking specifically about THEM, (which most people don't) they are going to wait for an opening. Whenever you pause, so they can talk about them. And they are talking about them, that's exactly what YOU will do. This is exactly what we all do. But there is a VERY EASY way to talk about them. And it won't take long to lead them to WHEREVER you want. Using ONLY their ideas. Learn How: https://www.udemy.com/course/get-anybody/
  16. Alien DNA Sampling Theory: https://mindpersuasion.com/alien-fermi-dna-strategy/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept01Loop.mp4
  17. Only Ten Parts Per Million: https://mindpersuasion.com/scrambled-brain-tacos/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug30Loop.mp4
  18. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July25Post.mp4 Some of the easiest advice is the hardest to apply. A very common, universally known idea in storytelling is to "show, don't tell." Yet watch plenty of huge budget movies, with A-list stars, and they can't seem to follow this simple advice. Many movies start off with characters TELLING very critical backstory information. It's like the writers KNOW that information is critical, but they want to get it out of the way. Most action movies are like this. Zero character development. About 20-30 minutes of SETUP, and then a whole slew of action scenes. On the other hand, there are plenty of LONG slow, evolving dramas on streaming services. One of the best shows ever IS one of the best shows ever BECAUSE it was one long character arc. Breaking Bad is a very slow CHANGE in character from an under-achieving science teacher to an EVIL GENIUS. Nothing was TOLD to the viewer. The shifts in character were SHOWN, very slowly, over five seasons. We love this because we get a real feeling of discovery. Whenever we DISCOVER something, it feels very much like OUR OWN interpretation. But despite how OBVIOUS this is, it's very hard for us to DO. We LOVE to TELL other people what's what. We love the idea of telling people OUR IDEAS and having OUR IDEAS somehow magically create the behaviors we want. Nearly all sales people are trained like this. To BLAST the customer with a whole bunch of reasons why the SALESPERSON thinks the customer should buy the product. Whenever we want to alter the behavior other people, we put things in THEIR perspective. Not ours. This is HARD to do. We believe OUR IDEAS are so AWESOME, that if they only hear them, they'll do whatever we want. But if you can manage to turn off your ideas, for just a few minutes, you can get pretty much anybody to do anything. By targeting two levels. One is the things they want, need, and desire as individuals. Two is their deeper instincts. When you can align these two, they will be BEGGING to obey you. So long as you can tell a story. A story in which they'll DISCOVER their own interpretation. Once they do, they will OWN the decision. The decision they found. The same one you HID there just for them to find. Like a magic Easter egg. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/instinct-persuasion/
  19. All Your Memories Are Belong To Us: https://mindpersuasion.com/memory-confusion-experiment/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/all-your-memories-are-belong-to-us https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July25Loop.mp4
  20. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July23Post.mp4 One of the biggest problems of modern society our attention span. Some studies put our attention span the same as a goldfish. Not sure how accurate that is, but there is a LOT of data suggestion we are getting dumber, lazier and far less capable. For example, if you look at the grade level of presidential state of the union speeches since WWII (75 years ago), they have been slowly getting worse and worse. In the 50s a typical presidential speech was at the twelfth grade level. Today it's much lower. And it's been STEADILY declining. Another thing that has been getting worse and worse is our ability to DELAY gratification. This makes total sense. Imagine living a 100 years ago. No TV, very scarce radio. Everything you COULD know about world had to be READ and understood. Naturally, people back then were MUCH more informed. Today, if something is more than a couple hundred words, our eyes glaze over and our minds start to drift. This is both terrible and fantastic, depending who you are. If you are somebody who can't focus for very long, then it sucks. But if you CAN still think relatively strongly and have a decent level of intelligence, this gives you a HUGE advantage. Because despite how seemingly lazy and stupid most of us have become, deep down inside we are the SAME humans we've been for thousands of years. Before they invented the printing press, people had to REMEMBER a ton of stuff. The only people nowadays who even come close to utilizing their total brain power are career stage actors. People who have memorized DOZENS or even HUNDREDS of plays. The guys who have to get up in front of tons of people and REMEMBER a short story worth of words. Not just the basic idea, but the EXACT words in the EXACT order. And not the stuff that's on TV. Well written stuff. Like Shakespeare. Even better, they've got to say them CONGRUENTLY. This means they've got to remember them intellectually and emotionally. Ancient storytellers did the same thing. Viking storytellers were capable of telling ancient Norse sagas, some that went on for HOURS. All from memory. This is the POTENTIAL of the human mind. A potential that most people would be TERRIFIED to even think about. Even if you only scrape the surface of what's possible, you can be a shining star surrounded by dullards DESPERATE for somebody to tell them what to do. Desperate for somebody to capture and lead their attentions, imaginations, and emotions. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/instinct-persuasion/
  21. Control The Narrative - Control The World: https://mindpersuasion.com/origins-of-the-gods/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun03.mp4
  22. Second Hand Stories and Real Magic: https://mindpersuasion.com/inter-mental-magic/
  23. It's hard to withhold giving advice. For example, somebody you know is having some problem. Since they are trapped INSIDE the problem, they don't have such an objective view. Since you can see the problem from the OUTSIDE, the solution is clear. But for some reason, whenever we give people advice, they don't take it. When people give US advice, we don't take it. Why is this? There are a couple of reasons. One is that advice sounds and feels like people are telling us that they know more about us than the situation. And since we are the ones trapped inside the situation, this doesn't make us feel very good. Another reason is the more we think about any problem we are having, the more we tend to externalize the problem. If we are having a problem with our boss, it's because of him, so the solution must come from him. If we have an issue with any person, we'll tend to externalize it to them. The more we do this, the more we can only accept a solution coming from them. So when somebody comes up and says, "Hey, why don't you try this," it's very much like the OPPOSITE of our solution. Our solution is for THEM to change. The unasked advice sounds like WE should change. And we don't like that. Nobody does. This can be very maddening if YOU are the advice giver. Especially if YOU had the very same problem. And you solved it the same way as the advice you are giving. Fortunately, there's a very powerful way to COVERTLY give people advice. So they'll take it. This works by delivering so covertly they'll later remember it was THEIR idea. Why would you want to do this? It gives you a much more powerful, much more effective and much more RELAXED way to essentially tell others what to do. So long as you LET THEM take the credit for the idea, you can get people to do whatever you want. How do you do this? By telling a couple of stories. First tell a story that paces the problem. Then tell a story that paces a POSSIBLE solution. What kind of stories? The easy kind. The natural and common kind. About a friend of a friend. And something that happened to them. That way, you'll sound like any other goof telling seemingly UNRELATED stories about something happened. All the while covertly planing ideas in their brains. Ideas they'll accept. Ideas they'll obey. Needless to say, this gives you an INCREDIBLE amount of power. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/storytelling-magic/
  24. Stone Cold Serial Killer: https://mindpersuasion.com/serial-killer-hobby/
  25. There are a lot of goofy ideas about hypnosis that come from the movies. The stereotypical movie hypnotist is a guy who just snaps his fingers and puts people into a trance. Then he delivers a few post-hypnotic suggestions and then snaps his fingers again. The poor guy comes out of trance, and does goofy things. One typical trope that shows up occasionally is when the hypnotist dies. He'll put some guy in a trance as part of a stage show. And then give him a post hypnotic suggestion to only cluck like a chicken. Then the guy will be clucking like a chicken. Everybody in the audience is laughing, etc. But then the hypnotist dies. The joke being that without the hypnotist to UNDO the trance, the poor guy will be clucking like a chicken the rest of his life. In reality, hypnosis is much more complicated. And while it IS possible to embed post hypnotic suggestions, they're not quite like they make it in the movies. How, exactly, do you do it? One way is with the cooperation of the subject. For example, suppose a guy wants to quit smoking. And the hypnotist gives him the suggestion to think about breathing clean, mountain air every time he gets a cigarette craving. In this situation, putting in the post-hypnotic suggestion is an attempt to AUGMENT a concurrently existing CONSCIOUS desire. The post hypnotic suggest will help the guy REMEMEMBER, but he still has to do the work on his own. To FORCE his brain to take time to imagine the clean mountain air. Hypnosis is not nearly as AUTOMATIC as we'd like to think. Especially when it comes to making people do things they WOULDN'T otherwise do. Like cluck like a chicken up on stage in front of a bunch of strangers. But you CAN use hypnosis to slowly move people AWAY from things they fear, and TOWARD things they want. Especially if something is keeping them stuck. This is the main reason why we LOVE telling each other stories. Ever since the dawn of time, people have been telling each other stories. These stories are not random. Nor are they purely for entertainment. One of the MAIN reasons for most ancient stories is expressly to put in these post-hypnotic suggestions. This is the classic hero's journey story. What is the post hypnotic suggestion embedded within the hero's journey? When you see the super villain, you will feel courage, and you will be MOTIVATED to kill him. This type of story is PERFECT for ancient humans who had to survive in a very scary world. And who had to often face large, scary animals. Having a HUGE COLLECTION of hero's journey stories in their brains gave them the confidence. You can do the same thing. Create the ideal stories, with the ideal post hypnotic suggestions built in. Then you can get people to do whatever you want. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/storytelling-magic/
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