Linguistic presuppositions are a very useful tool.
Not a lot of people have heard about them.
Let alone have practiced them.
But if you do manage to practice them, they will help two ways.
One is they will show you the ideas people have, but aren’t really willing to overtly say.
They probably don’t know it, but they let their deeper beliefs and attitudes slip through the cracks.
Being able to read this allows you to see in their brains.
If you are in any position to qualify people, this will make it much easier.
Meaning you can use a kind of “sleight of conversation” around various topics.
See How They Feel
And when talking about these various topics, they’ll subconsciously let slip how they REALLY feel about these topics.
This is particularly useful when qualifying potential romantic partners.
Combined with a basic understanding of human nature, this will help very quickly and subconsciously separate the genuine teammates, helpers and side kicks from the leaches.
But even better is when you can speak in linguistic presuppositions, you can make yourself sound much better.
Everybody loves a man with a plan.
But a man with a wish?
Not so much.
Today, most everybody wishes.
Everybody wishes for magic solutions to problems they blame on others.
No matter WHAT kind of political ideology people have, the basic structure of their definition of the problem AND their solution is the same.
“Our” problems are not out fault.
“Our” problems are those other guy’s fault.
Therefore, it is THEIR responsibility to fix our problems.
Nearly everybody on Earth has this structure.
Don’t think so?
Ask your friends.
Your closest friends.
What are the biggest problems in the world?
What should be done about them?
The answers will be the same.
The problems is that those other people aren’t doing what they should be doing.
And the solutions is somebody should make them stop doing that and start doing something else.
Who else has this common structure?
Elementary school kids.
“Teacher! He hit me! Tell him to stop!”
Everybody has this problem structure in their brain because nobody has the courage to think otherwise.
What about you?
What happens when you accept the jacked-up train-wreck world the way it is?
And accept that it’s YOUR responsibility, and nobody else’s to get what you want?
And you deliver these beliefs through some very carefully laid down linguistic presuppositions?
So you SEEM much different than everybody else.
So you SEEM much more “together” than everybody else.
So you SEEM more attractive than everybody else.
And “they” are dying to find out why/
What happens then?
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.