I have presented numerous mind control techniques that you can apply on literally any person. Even after learning the techniques by heart, however, some people fail to accomplish the desired results from manipulation.
One of the reasons for failure is the lack of self control. It is natural for a person to be nervous, impatient and uncertain. However, a mind control practitioner cannot afford these emotions, if he wants to be successful.
That is why you need to use mind control techniques that you can apply successfully on yourself. These will allow you to have a perfect control over the parts of your subconscious mind that can play tricks to you.
One of my favorite techniques for self control is reframing. What you have to do is to look at the issue, which is bothering you, from another point of view and accept it as the true one.
Let’s say that you are nervous about applying mind control techniques on a friend of yours. You may be uncertain because he knows you well and because he will sense that you are trying to manipulate him. You may also feel anxious because you have ethical issues.
However, you can also look at this from another angle. Your friend will not feel manipulated because you will make him realize the benefits he will get from doing what you want. This is not unethical, since you are actually helping him.
This is just an example, but you can use reframing for coping with any issue, worry and emotion that prevents you from influencing a person fully. It is important for you to accept the reframing. If you keep asking yourself questions, you will only get more confused and incapable to manipulate the person.
You have just learned another one of the useful mind control techniques, which you need for effective manipulation. Read on to discover more. Start with my article Mind Control Techniques – Making People Do What You Want.