Mind Control Techniques – 2 Techniques for Using Presuppositions for Mind Control

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You definitely need to take advantage of the methods for persuasion that are based on using language.

I will show you two effective mind control techniques that allow you to set presuppositions and use them to influence literally any person.

Making Statements

This is a really simple method that you may have used without knowing it. All you have to do is make a statement that presupposes something, which you can use to your advantage.

For instance, if you want to make someone do a difficult task, you can readily say to the person, “Imagine how relieved and satisfied you will feel, after completing this task.”. In this way, the will naturally suppose that he will do it.

In turn, it will be much easier for you to influence him to do what you want.

Using Questions

This is one of the most widely used mind control techniques for making presuppositions. All you have to do is assume something, when you are asking a question.

Using the above example, you can say to the person, “How would you feel, after completing the task?” You suppose that he will do it and in order to answer your question he will suppose this also.

In general, asking questions is the more widely used technique because it works more effectively. It is much easier to get a person to answer a question, as this is a natural part of communication, than to imagine something.

Irrespective of the method for influencing, which you will use, you have to use some creativity to come up with the right statement or question.

You have just learned two new mind control techniques. Keep learning more. Continue with my article Mind Control Techniques – Making People Do What You Want.

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