When you learn mind control, it is important to understand the techniques you are being taught. However, you will agree with me that it is more important to apply them successfully. That is why you have to find the best combination between learning and practice.
In my personal experience, it is best to start molding and developing a technique, once you learn it. Let’s say that you have just learned how to use some conversational pattern interrupts for hypnotic mind control.
Take each pattern interrupt technique and think of all the social situations, you can apply it in. Try to figure out which one of your acquaintances and friends will be most influenced by it. Then, come up with a short script about the exact lines you can use to interrupt a thinking pattern.
Do this with every technique you learn, as you learn mind control. In this way, you will have a number of tricks ready to be used in every situation and with any person.
Furthermore, you will not have to worry about choosing between the different techniques. You will see that with time the decision of which technique to choose will come naturally.
In general, as you learn mind control, you have to keep practicing everything that you have learned. It is a good idea to start manipulating people about simple things that are not particularly important. For instance, you can get someone to buy you coffee or get your child to do help you with some chorus.
Just remember to use the techniques you learn on people who you are not intimidated by. Similarly, using your skills before you have mastered them on a person with authority, such as your boss, will not be helpful and effective.