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Hypnosis shows are pretty interesting.
They aren’t exactly hypnosis, specifically.
There are a lot of moving parts, etc.
Like the authority of the hypnotist.
One common technique is to get people to forget things.
Like the number three, for example.
Or to imagine things that aren’t there.
Like people talking to them from inside their watch.
This is more or less a function of a normal brain.
To not see things that are there.
To imagine things are there that really aren’t.
Everybody is hypnotized to some extent.
The question is, does our own unique state help us to achieve our dreams, or keep us stuck?
When you want to walk across the room to talk to a stranger, or get up on stage to give a speech, it’s easy to talk yourself out of it.
Because of real things, that exist?
A physical barrier?
Or an imaginary, hypnotized barrier?
One of the most powerful forces that drives human behavior is authority.
The original study that proved this was the Milgram experiment.
A dude in a lab coat (authority) told somebody (teacher) to shock somebody (student).
The shocks were fake.
The student was really in on the study and pretended the shocks were real.
The study was really to see how many people would physically “harm” an innocent person.
Just because a dude in charge said so.
2/3’s of people obey the authority.
When you were a little kid, there were tons of authorities.
Adults, teachers, parents.
So, everything they said, you believed.
Like it’s “wrong” to be loud and expressive.
It’s “wrong” to call attention to yourself.
It’s “wrong” to ask your parents to buy you things you want.
It’s “wrong” to not be able sit still while your boring teacher talks about boring things.
All the ideas that exist in your brain about who you are were put there by other people.
Yes, you accepted those things.
If your mom told you were really a kangaroo, you wouldn’t believe her.
But when adults told you, through their actions repeated hundreds or even thousands of times, that it was “wrong” to call attention to yourself, you accepted that.
When you were “taught” it was wrong to express interest in anything, you accepted that.
Just like people who “temporarily” accept that the number three has suddenly vanished from existence.
Or there are people inside your watch are talking to you.
Everybody is hypnotized.
This is a function of our brains.
We HAVE to ignore stuff or we’ll go insane.
We HAVE to believe in stuff that doesn’t exist, otherwise we never would have developed imaginary archetypes to help us survive.
The question is WHO, exactly, is in charge of YOUR hypnotic state?
The NOW you?
Or the decades ago YOU?
Run your brain, dominate your life.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.