Understanding the works of the subconscious mind is essential for learning and mastering mind control. As a practitioner, your efforts will be geared towards changing patterns that exist in this part of a person’s mind. In fact, you will be replacing these with patterns that are useful to you.
Playing small tricks with the subconscious mind is not that difficult, but it is very effective for influencing a person. One of the simplest tricks you can apply uses reverse psychology.
Let’s say you want to make your friend go to a concert with you, but he does not want to. You can readily say to him, “Don’t think about the concert.”
In his mind, the person will visualize being at the concert so that he can accept what you are saying to him. In turn, he will think about the concert and this picture will pop up in his subconscious mind every time you mention it. This is a good start for making an effective persuasion.
Presuppositions are really powerful for influencing the subconscious mind. They are particularly effective when used in questions. Using the example above you can ask your friend, “When will we buy the tickets for the concert, now or tomorrow?”
In his mind, your friend sees buying tickets for the concert. This is what he will focus on rather than on thinking whether to go or not.
Another super effective way to use presuppositions is to make statements for past actions. Using the example above, you can say to your friend, “If you didn’t feel that you truly want to go to the concert and have fun, you wouldn’t be discussing it with me.”
This technique works superbly as well.