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How To Read Their Thoughts


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There’s a lot of similar themes in movies.

One common idea is when a couple has been together for a while.

Either a relationship or a friendship.

And one person says to the other, “I know you better than you know yourself.”

This makes perfect sense.

From inside our own heads, there is a swirl of subjectivity.

But from an external, objective perspective, some things are pretty easy to  see.

One common example is if somebody is in a bad relationship.

Everybody outside the relationship sees it as a trainwreck waiting to happen.

But from inside the relationship, they think everything is perfect.

Common human biases work the same way.

We ALL have the same biases.

But we can’t see them from inside our heads.

We can see them in others.

So on one level, it’s pretty easy to “know somebody more than they know themselves.”

But you can take this to a completely deeper level.

By understanding not only the structure of thought, but the structure of human perception.

This starts inside your own mind.

Then you can look at other people, first from an external, objective perspective.

Then you can look inside their mind via your own sympathetic mental resonance.

This is kind of strange when you first try it.

But once you see humans from the model of “emotional resonance devices” it becomes pretty easy.

And SPOOKY accurate.

Within just a few minutes of meeting somebody, you can know EXACTLY what they are thinking.

Even before you talk to them, but understanding their facial expressions and body language, you can get a very accurate idea of their thoughts.

And when you express those thoughts in deliberately vague structure language, they’ll think you are telepathic.

This can be used for party tricks, job interviews, and deepening relationships.

It takes time to learn, understand, and practice.

But you’ll find it’s one of the most powerful communication models in existence.

One that very few people know about.

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