A fascinating subject in science is co-evolution.
It’s when two completely unrelated species develop a kind of mutually beneficial, overlapping selfishness.
The most common example is bees and flowers.
Once upon a time (metaphorically) there were tons of different kinds of bees and tons of different kinds of flowers.
But the flowers that were the best and reproducing happened to live around the bees that were the best a reproducing.
And each, bees and flowers, “used” each other to be the “best” at reproducing.
Bees get nectar from flowers.
But they also have these prickly things that cross pollinate the flowers.
No Free Lunch
They bees “think” they are getting free nectar.
The flowers “think” these buzzing things are helping them reproduce.
This is very, very common.
This mutually beneficial, overlapping “selfishness.”
Like those little fish that swim around a whale’s teeth.
The whale gets free dental cleaning.
The little fish get free food.
A particularly fascinating example of this co-evolution is us humans and the massive number of bacteria living in our gut.
There have been plenty of studies done correlating our general health, and the “type” of gut bacteria.
But the gut bacteria and us are SEPARATE living creatures.
We aren’t born with any gut bacteria.
Nothing in our DNA creates that gut bacteria.
Us and that gut bacteria that helps us stay healthy is JUST LIKE bees and flowers.
Another cool example of this type of co-evolution is humans and domesticated animals.
Particularly humans and dogs.
Once upon a time, there were no dogs.
But within the wolf population, there were some wolves that had a lot of “man’s best friend” potential.
They were smart, they were friendly and NOT SCARED of humans.
Best Relationship Ever
This relationship slowly happened, they think maybe 15,000 thousand years or so ago.
Proto-dogs, like modern dogs, are VERY territorial.
And they are very TRAINABLE.
Dogs get fed by humans.
They bark like crazy when UNKNOWN humans come wandering around.
Just like bees, dogs get free food.
But instead of helping humans “pollinate,” they help humans PROTECT our territory.
A match made in heaven.
Ancient humans that had dogs could rest easy at night, knowing their best friend would bark like crazy if any dangerous animals or people came sniffing around.
Another from of co-evolutions is humans and humans.
We are animals.
We do respond to the same strategies that WE use to train dogs.
We train ourselves to associate random things together.
We train ourselves to learn new skills.
We train each other all the time.
People tend to “notice” when their partners or friends are in certain moods and respond appropriately.
Make The Unconscious Conscious
But what happens when you take this kind of “people training” to the conscious level.
So you can “train” people to feel happy when you give them the secret signal?
Or feel attracted?
Or to feel like buying something?
What would that do to your social life?
Your love life?
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.