The other day I was watching this video on YouTube, of the “slow mo guys.”
They take random stuff, usually break it somehow, or do something otherwise destructive and then film it with ultra high frames per second. Then play it back in ultra slow motion.
The one video I saw I was where they took a few different colors of paint, and poured them on bass speaker.
Then they played some dubstep. Then as the paint danced around on the speakers, and got all mixed together, they showed it in slow motion.
Absolutely beautiful. All these balls and streams of color dancing around randomly, slowly mixing with each other.
Of course, it reminded me of women. (plenty of stuff does, lol.)
Think of a pickup or first conversation that goes really well. Everything just kind of flows. You’re vibing off each other’s energy, there’s no uncomfortable silences, and you achieve a true synergy.
A number close, kiss close, or even sealing the deal just seems like a no brainer to both of you.
The actual words don’t make much of a difference. It’s the underlying energy.
Kind of like putting various combinations of colors on the speaker.
The actual colors don’t really matter, so long as there’s a bunch of them. It’s the underlying energy of the music that drives the system.
A successful pick up, when it goes well, usually isn’t content dependent. Meaning if somebody asked you or her a couple of days or weeks after the fact what you guys talked about during that all important first meeting, you wouldn’t really have a clue.
You’d just say something like, “Hh, we talked about everything!”
You most likely wouldn’t say “Well, let’s see I started up with partial neg opener number twenty seven, then I kino escalated after three minutes with a three fingered, four second fore arm touch…”
That’s why trying to memorize convoluted (and long) language patterns can often be counter productive.
Think of a basketball team. What do they do most of?
Drills that on there own, represent a very small portion of the game of basketball.
But when a team has ten or fifteen different specific skill sets? That they can put together in any order depending on the situation?
That’s what you get when you learn the many language patterns of covert hypnosis.
They’re not situation specific, or paint by numbers. They are like drills. Once you learn all of them, you’ll have a HUGE set of tools so that no matter where the conversation goes, you’ll be able to keep the energy flowing.
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