Imagine two hunters.
Two imaginary hunters way back in the days of hunter gathers.
Where humans lived for 200,000 years.
Where all our modern instincts were calibrated.
Anyhow, here’s the mental experiment.
Both guys throw their spears at a deer.
One guy reflects on his hunting skills.
He thinks maybe he needs to practice more on the spear throwing range.
Or perhaps he needs to have his spear checked with the local spear maker.
Or maybe he stops and holds his finger up in the air, to measure the wind.
What about the other guy?
Suppose he has a different reaction.
He gets angry that mother-effing deer for moving.
How effing dare he!
This hunter points ALL his rage at that goddamned deer.
This anger fuels him to chase after the spear missing mother-effer until the angry caveman catches it and pummels it to death with his bare hands.
Now the money question.
Which automatic reaction will tend to produce more food over time?
Which instinct will lead to more successful hunts, more tribal respect, and more SEX from the hot cave ladies?
Consider that we have an externalizing instinct that is JUST as strong as our hunger instinct.
And similar to our hunger instinct, if we mindlessly obey our externalizing instinct, it will lead to disaster.
But hunger is EASY to see the impact.
If you eat every time you are hungry, and eat as much as you can, you’ll feel the results every time you put your pants on.
But the EXTERNALIZING instinct is very, very deadly.
One because it’s purely mental.
Two because it has tons of social proof.
Everybody has it.
It shows up every time we blame the world for our problems.
Politicians have been using this since the dawn of time:
“Your problems aren’t your fault, they are somebody else’s fault! Vote for me and I’ll PUNISH those people!”
Now ask yourself this difficult question.
If you ask a girl for her number, and she doesn’t give it to you, is getting ANGRY at her, or women in general a helpful response?
If you go on a job interview, do your best, but not get the job, is getting ANGRY at the interviewer, or the economy in general, a helpful response?
Will this anger response make it EASIER next time?
Or more difficult?
Luckily, but recognizing this externalizing instinct AS AN INSTINCT, we can manage it.
Just like hunger.
And if you can manage hunger, you can get a pretty healthy and attractive body.
But if you can manage your externalizing instinct?
You can get much, much more.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.