I have a couple of friends in their late seventies.
One of the things they do is take these bus trips.
It’s mostly retired people, and they take day trips to these places.
I know an old guy in Japan who does the same thing, with his wife.
There is one main difference between the American bus trips and the Japanese bus trips.
Man Vs. Beast
They used to have this TV show called Man vs. Beast.
It was always some kind of physical contest between a human and an animal.
Like a chimpanzee vs. a navy seal on an obstacle course.
Or a hot dog eating contest between Kobayashi, a guy who won a lot of the Coney Island hot dog eating contests, vs. a grizzly bear.
Kobayashi would have to eat them one at a one, one with each hand.
Grizzling Eating Hot Dogs
While the grizzly bear was eating them about a dozen at a time, out of this big bowl of hot dogs.
Once I was curious why Sushi is the food most associated with Japan.
It wasn’t always that way.
Back in the day, Sushi was only a local food in Tokyo.
Many cities in Japan have their own local food.
But there was a reason why Sushi more or less became the national food.
Accidental Food Fame
Nobody planned it.
This just kind of happened randomly.
Kind of like natural selection and human intelligence.
It’s just a series of random mistakes.
Like an organically evolving split test.
A bunch of random stuff happens, and whatever works best is the only thing left over.
I saw this guy juggling the park once.
But this guy was much different than everybody else.
This guy had a set of skills I had never seen before, nor have I seen since.
He would start out like most jugglers do.
Different Than Expectations
And like most jugglers, I was expecting him to cycle through the common juggling performance expectation.
Like they start with three balls, with a simple cycle.
Then they slowly increase the complexity of this cycle.
Then they add in more balls, and start adding in even more complexity.
Like bouncing the balls, or spinning around.
Or even bringing in another person and having two people come in and out of the balls that are being juggled.
When you have two people coming in and out of the same cycle of objects being juggled, it starts to look like these juggled balls are a separate entity.
This guy was doing this, but on a much deeper and hallucinatory level.
One he had a crowd of kids gathered around, watching the basic juggling pattern with three balls, he started telling a story.
And he slowly increased the complexity of the story with the complexity of the juggling cycle.
That’s when I noticed what he was doing.
Or I thought I noticed what he was doing.
Theta Juggling Frequency
The frequency of the balls he was juggling, and the frequency of the story he was telling, was at about 5 hertz.
Which is smack dab in the middle of theta.
The brainwave state that creates powerful imaginations.
Where you can start to exist right between the waking and dreaming state.
When you can bring things from the dreaming state, and perceive them from the waking state.
Deeper Hypnotic Technology
And when I noticed this, I also noticed this guy was using some very powerful, very deep hypnotic technology.
Hypnotic technology that exists between the stories this guy is telling.
And pretty soon he had the entire crowd captivated.
The kids, their parents standing behind them.
And then it happened.
When Hallucinations Become Real
It was the coolest thing I’ve ever seen.
The characters in his story became real.
Not tangibly real, but real as in a collective hallucination, created by this storytelling mass hypnosis.
We were all watching this same story unfold, seeing the things, hearing the things, feeling the things.
This juggler created a mass hallucination, and we stood there watching it like were watching a movie.
Turn Off The Hallucination
Then he finished the story, slowly toned down the juggling frequency, packed up his juggling kit and walked off.
There was an Earthquake, which kind of upset everything.
And the people that were selling stuff in Tokyo, where they had the Earthquake, had to go elsewhere to sell their stuff.
Had their not been an Earthquake when there was, the only place you could find Sushi would be in Tokyo.
Shake Things Up
This is but one example of how completely random events can shape the world.
The funniest one was a sumo wrestler vs. a Chimpanzee.
It was a tug of war over a big pit of mud.
The sumo wrestler looked like he was trying really hard.
Nobody likes to fall in the mud, but for a professional sumo wrestler, to lose a match to a chimpanzee would be disastrous.
Bored Monkey Beats Human
But the chimpanzee looked pretty bored.
And he continued looking bored while he yanked the sumo wrestler right into the mud.
The last trip they went on was to the Pringle factory.
Those potato chips.
Pringles Are An Odd Thing
It turns out that Pringles are like the hot dogs of the potato chip world.
Regular potato chips are like steak, or pork chops.
Like the prime cut of the potato.
Made From Left Overs
Pringles are like hot dogs, in that they are made from all the leftover parts.
Which means once upon a time, a guy was sweeping up all the left over potato parts that didn’t make the cut into being a potato chip.
And he thought to himself, why not use this?
Why not grind them all up, and form them into a perfectly shaped potato chip?
Empire Of Leftovers
Why not take the leftovers, the parts that nobody wants, and make them perfect?
This is the kind of thinking that can lead to empires and fortunes and endless streams of income.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.