I hesitated to write this article because the power of the technique I’m about to share with you could easily fall into the wrong hands.
But when used with grace and a pure soul, this technique can be a massive force for good in the world.
The technique is simply called “planting seeds” and with it you can convince someone to do pretty much anything. I wouldn’t be surprised if images of cult leaders and satanic rituals are flashing through your mind.
But you can actually plant seeds that not only serve your best interest but also the interests of everyone involved. This is the only spiritually correct way to use this technique. Using it for evil is incorrect and karma will come back to bite you.
Karma never misses.
When planting seeds, always start off small. Really small.
If you don’t, you may be met with a strong reaction. If they get super angry or defensive, then back WAY off.
But if they’re neutral to the idea you’re trying to plant, then keep the conversation lite, laidback, and minimal. Only water the seed if they seem to be interested. Otherwise, plant it and walk away…sometimes for hours, days, or even months!
If given enough time, you can convince pretty much anyone to do, well, pretty much anything. But you’re not actually controlling their actions. All you’re doing is implanting beliefs that then cause them to think and behave in a certain way.
The secret is bypassing the conscious mind and accessing the subconscious mind. And there are a few ways to do this. The first one is by being subtle. Never talk about the idea — always talk around it. The less comfortable the other(s) is/are about the idea, the greater the radius you need to leave around the idea.
In fact, wait for them to talk about the idea. If you can get them to mention the idea before you do, then they’ll feel like they came up with the idea themselves. Treat it like a game where you plant little clues that lead to the mysterious idea. They must discover and “confirm” each clue before moving onto the next.
Another tip is repetition and it’s very simple: the more someone hears something, the more they like it. When they like something, they’re making a subconscious agreement with it. The same is true for when people dislike things. Because whether you want it or don’t want it, acknowledging it and “confirming” it is all that matters. That’s why you can get people to do things they really don’t want to do.
Finally, images and stories are both excellent ways to reach the subconscious mind. Music is also quite an effective way to program someone. And when you distract or wear down the human body, the subconscious mind becomes more susceptible to programming. The military does all of these things. Think about that for a second.
And let me just re-iterate:
Karma never misses.