Sometimes you’ll see somebody doing something, and you’ll wish you could do it too.
Maybe you see somebody on TV do something (real or pretend) or you’ll see somebody at work or somewhere doing something, like giving a persuasive presentation, or you’ll watch some YouTube vid, and think, “man I wish I could do THAT!”
Well, you can.
Here’s how. As soon as you see somebody do something you’d like to do, get somewhere quiet where you can relax and hypnotize yourself. Don’t worry, it’s easy.
Close your eyes, and recall watching that person doing whatever they were doing.
Replay it several times, and open up your unconscious to collect as much data as possible. Imagine that you’re watching them do it from several different angles.
Then see yourself standing next to them, copying everything their doing. Replay that several times.
Next step is to see yourself “merge” and replace them, so it’s now you doing that behavior.
After you watch yourself for a few iterations, slowly float up into their (your) body, and experience it first hand. Do this several times.
Then ask yourself if there’s anything you’re missing. See if everything “clicks.” If so, you’re done.
Once you get the hang of this, you’ll actually be able to do it real time.
Next time you’re watching somebody doing something, you’ll be able to watch them with part of your brain, and go through this procedure with another part of your brain.
Try it out, and have fun!