Human nature is a funny thing.
Most of our behavior and language is automatic and unconscious. As much as we’d like to believe, brain scientists are starting to realize that our conscious minds are often just a passive observer. A kind of “after the fact” story teller.
The basic way it works is like this. We’ve got a subconscious mind, a conscious mind, and a pre-conscious processor. The conscious mind sees all the remembers all. Nothing mystical about this.
After all, even the biggest, most advanced networks of super computers isn’t nearly as complicated as one human brain.
So we’ve got this massively advanced super computer, with our five senses (eyes, ears, nose, sense, and taste) always recording everything, 24/7.
Then we’ve got our conscious brains, which are only presented a fraction of a fraction of a fraction of what’s going on.
How does it decide who gets what? This is where the pre-conscious processor comes.
Not only is recording everything, but it’s also sorting it according to importance. Stuff that isn’t important gets stuffed into some file drawer.
Stuff that is important (danger, food, potential sex or money) is presented to our conscious.
This is when you’re staring off into space, and suddenly you look to your right without knowing why only to see this gorgeous person standing there.
Your subconscious, and your pre-conscious has got your back, so to speak.
You can tell what’s important to a person, what they’re afraid of, and what they want, but how they speak.
In fact, once you practice, you’ll be able to know what they want more so than they do. While it’s still an idea bubbling up in their subconscious, you’ll be ahead, knowing precisely what they’re after.
You can also use these patterns to slip some ideas in their mind, so they’ll hear them just the way that makes them the most compelling, for them, according to their own fears, desires and ambitions.
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