“We have been endowed with the capacity and the power to create desirable pictures within and to find them automatically in the outer world of our environment.” – John A. MacDonald, Born Jan. 11, 1815.
Many diatribes on the “power of positive thinking” center on this kind of idea. That vision can instantly lead to acquisition.
Of course, that's bullshit. Visualizing can help make effective plans and help one be on the lookout for opportunities. But you can't manifest real things from your imagination without doing the actual labor needed to pursue those ends and make them real.
HOWEVER, there are many IMAGINARY things that you can use to influence people via implanting powerful visualizations, prompting them to “see” these pictures you paint for them all around in their real world.
We can use this in two ways.
First – We teach them to see the negative all around them. Problems. Pain. Angst. Worry. Even evil and malevolent forces aligning against the, and their way of life. Show them the signs and portents.
Show them all the hidden, precarious dominoes ready to tumble and crash around them with the mildest unwanted jostle.
This creates a desire for change. Escape. Liberation from these ghosts you're now making them joust with, because they see those symbols and signals embedded all around them. You've associated that negativity with the things that surround them every day so that they can't help but be reminded constantly of their dissatisfying circumstances.
Is there a way out? Of course.
Second – We show them the glimmers of light shining through the cracks just beyond this withered husk that keeps them trapped. We show them the footprints of successful refugees who have fled this world of despair and darkness for greener pastures.
And oh, let me tell you about these glorious, verdant pastures. Rolling hills. Blue skies. Warm sun. Cool breeze, smelling of wildflowers. Talking intelligent animals that bring beer and sandwiches whenever you wish it.
OK, that's an exaggeration – all of this is. But you get the point.
Escape is possible. A better place exists. Others have gone there before and left this false world behind them forever. They wait for you. They want you to be there instead of here. Don't you want to join them?
WELL FOLLOW ME AND BRING MONEY.
<!—- lagniappe This one is hard to give more for. Because it can mistakenly lead you to believe it’s not as simple as previously described. It is. It’s deceptively simple, and it’s why crooked jerks can gain enormous influence and wealth. Why not you? Won’t you leave people better for having met you? Try this: 1. We want to make people remember the pain of the problems they have. What does that feel like? How often? How intense? 2. Why does this problem vex them? Why can’t they solve it themselves? Why is this the issue they are shoving aside? 3. How does this problem impact their life, and how is it going to create more connected and complicated problems? 4. How does your proposed solution reverse the pain of the problem? 5. How does your help empower them beyond just solving that one problem? How does it improve their overall confidence? 6. Who are they gonna be when they get past the thing you’re helping with? What does escape mean for them? These are really just loose guidelines when it comes to how to execute on the overall plan. Nothing is set in stone. The TWO big steps in the main DD are what matters. Create your own ways to implement and execute. Make it your own. Your wizardry is unique. The faster you figure it out, the quicker it starts working for you, right? —->
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Talking intelligent animals that bring beer and sandwiches whenever you wish it.