The More Things Change
One of our best features as humans is something called a collective memory.
Many animals can learn.
One common things many “wild” animals learn is a simple equivalency.
Humans = Free Food
They see humans, and if they’ve learned this, the start to carefully move close.
We humans tend to “anthropomorphize” this behavior.
Meaning we assume they have human traits.
Anthro = human (like anthropology = study of humans).
morphize = change (morph into something).
So we see their behavior, and do a kind of “human transformation” into our brain.
We say things like, “Hey look, that squirrel is being friendly because it likes me.”
In reality, the experience of the squirrel is much less “conscious.”
The squirrel likely sees this blurry figure it’s gotten food from before, so it’s thought process is very much like ours when we see a In-N-Out.
Nobody thinks to themselves, “Hey look, and In-N-Out, that’s the place that makes delicious burgers…Hmmm… do I want a burger now?”
The cause effect is much more subconscious and automatic.
This is pretty much the extent of animal learning.
Basic, cause-effect relationships.
But humans are MUCH different.
We have that aforementioned “collective memory.”
Some guys goes out hunting, and comes back with an animal that he killed.
An animal nobody’s ever seen before.
Brain To Brain Transfer
So long as he can describe it, how he tracked it, isolated it, and killed it, we all have that MEMORY in our brain.
A memory of something that came into our brain ONLY with words.
So we can now go out look for that same animal.
Using ONLY our memory of that guy’s description as a guide.
Even more impressive, is so long as our tribe remains intact, we can collect a TON of information, and pass it on from generation to generation.
And after a few generations, these “events” kind of morph into stories, legends, and mythology.
So when kids go out hunting for the first time, they carry with them, in their brains, IMAGINATIONS of previous heroes.
And those imaginary people HELP them find the courage.
Hive Mind Origin Story
This uniquely human trait EXPLODED with writing.
And then it exploded again with the invention of the printing press.
So EVERYBODY had access to the GLOBAL MEMORY of the human race.
Not everything, but a lot.
The best parts.
This naturally led to the scientific revolution.
Hundreds of thousands of people all taking from, and contributing to, this “collective conscious.”
But here’s the cool part.
We are STILL those ancient cave people.
We have all those same instincts.
Wake Up Ancient Instincts
Which means the BETTER you can take ideas from your brain and turn them into an interesting flow of WORDS, the more you’ll be respected, admired and loved.
Because those ancient humans who could do that the BEST, be the keepers and explainers of EVERYTHING, were the rulers.
Sometimes even the gods.
So when you behave like them, and talk a good game, it will wake up a very, very ancient part of all those lucky enough to be within earshot.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.