I have this really goofy friend who loves to prank people.
Lately he’s been putting in fake jars of peanut butter in their house.
This only works, of course, is if you are already a fan of peanut butter.
And you love to eat peanut butter.
What he does is first calibrate their favorite peanut butter brand.
Then he buys a bunch of that same peanut butter, and empties out and steam cleans the jars.
He’s very careful to not damage the label, so when he’s finished they look brand new.
And then he mixes in a careful blend of brown mustard.
So it looks like peanut butter, but it smells and tastes like brown mustard.
I have this friend who had an abrupt career change.
He had just gotten married, and he was starting what seemed to be a very promising engineering career.
Then he had a dream, and angles came to him.
They showed him that his engineering future would end in death and destruction.
And they strongly recommended he take a different path.
They said, “you need to become a pancake hero.”
You need to take your intelligence and create the best pancake the world has ever seen.
You need to devote your entire life to becoming a pancake hero.
Silent But Intense
A few months ago I joined this telepathic book club.
At first it was kind of weird.
We would gather at this old hippie ladies house.
And everybody would hold a sign above their head indicating they were telepathically transmitting their idea of the book.
And then we’d have a discussion, always holding the sign above our head to indicate we were telepathically transmitting our opinion.
The reason this is necessary is everybody is always transmitting thoughts.
Strange Ideas Coming In Your Brain
But unless you know who to focus on, you’ll pick a lot of stray, confusing and potentially embarrassing thoughts from others.
But it turns out to be pretty easy to focus on only one person.
Because the more you focus on these words, the more you can ignore those other voices in your mind that are coming from other people.
Jung made one critical mistake when he discovered his dream archetype theory.
If you don’t know the story, Jung was a psychotherapist, a contemporary of Freud.
And he specialized in dream interpretation.
And he noticed that most people reported the same archetypes in their dreams.
But he, and all other dream interpretation theory since, that all these archetypes mean the same thing to everybody.
Like if you and your friend both have a dream that your teeth are falling out, Jung would assume this means more or less the same thing to each of you.
But it turns out these dreams archetypes can mean very, very different things to different people.
Self Calibrated Dream Interpretation
But if you can manage to calibrate your own dream archetypes, you can get much, much more specific information from your dreams.
This takes time, but it will essentially be your complete and personal dream interpretation handbook.
You’ll be able remember the archetypes, the order in which they came, and the situation where they showed up.
This, as it turns out, is enough information to get very, very specific information.
Like when you get tot the airport, change flights.
Known By Your Deep Mind
Because the first flight will be delayed for an hour, which means you’ll not get your original hotel room.
Instead you’ll get a hotel room next to the kitchen, which means you won’t get a lot of sleep.
Which means you’ll be operating a less than 100% capacity the next day, which means you don’t get that new account.
But you switch to a later flight, you’ll get the quiet hotel room, which means you’ll get a good night’s sleep, and get the account with no difficulty.
More Gracious Input System
The funny thing is after I spent some time there, I started to have a much easier time reading books.
I don’t know if this was an unexpected benefit of targeted telepathic interpretation or not.
But how, reading a book requires very little effort.
I just open a book, and I hear the voice of my childhood librarian reading it to me.
This makes reading complex books like War and Peace much less brain intensive.
She even stops periodically to explain what they mean.
Pancakes? I’m Out!
Of course, his wife divorced him, thinking he was crazy.
But now, ten years later, and he’s got the most famous pancake house in the tri-state area.
The pancakes are absolutely delicious.
He’s won plenty of pancake awards.
And when he goes down to the park on Saturdays, the kids see him and call him the Pancake Man.
In fact, everybody in town calls him the Pancake man, and he gets a lot of free stuff.
Sometimes, if they are a fan of extra chunky peanut butter, he’ll have to mix in some raisons to make it look believable.
Then he’ll him he’s going to do a magic trick.
And then he hypnotizes them, and builds up their desire for peanut butter.
And he tells him he’s going to change their taste buds, so peanut butter will never taste the same again.
He he opens a jar of his mustard raison mix, they smell it and are horrified.
Dude, You Broke My Tongue
Even more so when they taste it.
Then he hypnotizes them again, telling them he’ll restore the peanut butter section of their taste buds.
While they are hypnotized, he switches the jar.
Then they smell it and taste it and since it really is peanut butter, they think he is a mind magician.
Unfortunately, he can only do this trick with peanut butter, since he hasn’t figured out a way to replicate other foods in his house.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.