I recently watched an interesting series of lectures a few weeks ago.
Based on the greatest trials of all time.
The first was the trial of Socrates.
The last was the famous O.J. Simpson trial.
In between were some famous ones, like the Scopes Monkey Trial.
Also, perhaps the most “notorious trial” were the Nuremberg trials after WWII.
A curious thing came out of that trial.
One that you’ll see everywhere.
All the Nazis said, in their defense, that they were just following orders.
Nobody believed them.
So one guy, in the fifties, did an experiment.
Perhaps one of the most famous and often referred to in recent times.
The Milgram experiment.
They wanted to see just how many people would harm another person, clearly causing them pain, only because an authority told them to.
It was set up as a kind of memory test.
Authority, teacher, learner.
The teacher was the “mark.”
The one that believed it was a memory test.
The learner was the guy getting shocked.
Or at least pretending to.
The REAL study was, again, to see how many of these “teachers” would shock somebody.
Before the study, they guessed maybe 2-3%.
But it turns out that 2/3’s of people give a shock to a guy begging them not to.
Only because the authority says it’s OK.
This test has been repeated several time and the get the same answer.
It turns out we humans pretty much do or believe what we’re told.
This is as adults.
How about when we are kids?
This is even more pronounced.
And what common message is given to kids by adults?
Not directly, but unconsciously?
That expressing yourself is wrong.
How many times does a normal kid express their happiness, desire, excitement etc., only to be told to “shut up” by an adult.
What does this do?
It creates a cause effect link in our brains.
Expressing ourselves is dangerous.
Expressing ourselves, our wants, needs, desires, invites an ANGRY response.
This lives beneath our conscious awareness.
It’s presented as a kind low level anxiety.
Generally referred to as “social anxiety.”
Unless you get rid of this, it will keep you trapped.
Luckily, it’s not that difficult.
And it might take a while.
But imagine a life WITHOUT this nagging remnant of times gone by.
Imagine how you could express yourself.
Imagine all the fun you could have experimenting with how playfully you could express yourself.
That’s what lies on the other side.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.