Remote Influencing for Fun and Profit
If you were told that you could use your mind to influence a slot machine or dice fall… would you find this beyond belief? If you were told that you could use your mind in a telepathic manner to influence the thinking pattern of another individual or group of people… would you believe it?
And if you were further told that you could instruct your subconscious mind to produce a specific dream to help you solve a problem… and use an unusual intuitional mechanism to decode this dream… would you find this a helpful ability?
But what if you were told that you could determine your luck cycle in advance so that you could use it for dollar windfall situations… would this give you a sense of personal satisfaction?
But even better still, what if you were informed that you could use an easy-to-learn mental trigger that will tell you which slot machine to play, which scratch-it ticket to buy, which color to bet on at roulette and which likely numbers to enter in the lotto… with a possible 70-80% chance of being correct? Then would you find all this “beyond belief?”
Well, you may be somewhat stunned to learn that all of this is now possible. A handful of individuals in Australia and New Zealand are using combinations of the above mind-power techniques to improve their personal lifestyle dramatically.
All that is required is the ability and willingness to look at personal mind-power in a different way and the dedication to practice these procedures, some of which can be learned in one night.
WARNING: If for any reason you are nervous about exploring the full capabilities of your mind potential, then put this report down and walk away… it is not for you.
My name is Jim Francis. I am about to explain the results of a research program that you might find astounding… or ridiculous… depending upon your own personal belief system.
What I would like to point out right at the start is that this project cost many hundreds of thousands of dollars and was funded by intelligent, serious business individuals. The only reason they kept the funds rolling for so many years was because the project was producing results.
As our research efforts evolved we presented our findings in the form of written reports which were sold to our subscriber base. We found that our members had a very high interest level in our discoveries and we were able to sell enough reports over the years to partially finance our mental exploration program. Investor funds from various business people kept our working capital topped up.
We ascertained that there appeared to be a direct subconscious mental connection at all times between individuals and this explained why a friend might call on the telephone just as you were thinking of them. Research at one overseas laboratory found that if you happen to start thinking intently about a distant individual, then under certain circumstances that individual’s blood pressure will change measurably. This can only occur if a mental connection exists between the two parties.
What I am saying here is that there is enough scattered evidence like this to indicate that not only are individuals in subconscious mental contact, but also under some circumstances they can establish conscious mental contact.
Under situations of dire need the signal appears to automatically break through this noise threshold so that it appears as a strong “knowing” in the person’s conscious mind. Knowing this inherent human ability to set up a conscious mental connection with another person… or group of people, it becomes easy to see how, under the right circumstances, an individual can project a strong focused thought which impinges upon the other person’s subconscious mind and can be easily designed to influence their behavior in a mild manner.
Are you up for it?
This to me is one of the most miraculous aspects of alpha mind technology.
It has been known for a long time under the heading of mental telepathy but it wasn’t until Jose Silva started seriously experimenting with it that its possibilities and limitations were identified.
Jose figured that if this mental contact actually existed then it could possibly be used between close family members, such as mother and child, to assist the child with problems such as bedwetting. Jose was also an amateur hypnotist and thought that maybe via this direct mental contact post-hypnotic suggestions could be planted in the child’s mind. After years of experimenting he found that this “subjective communication” could also be used between people who were total strangers and not only that, it could be used to affect the thinking of groups of people.
So Subjective Communication was born as a commercially trainable mind-mechanism. And the technique for using it is extraordinarily simple. All it requires is that you focus on the other person while they are in an alpha state! The best time to do this is while they are in a light sleep in the early hours of the morning.
The standard method of doing this, as taught by the commercial mind courses, is as you’re going to sleep at night, program your subconscious to wake you up when your mind is in contact with the other person’s mind.
It sounds too simple to be true, doesn’t it?
Try this experiment to prove it to yourself
Years of experimentation in our laboratory prove that the process not only works, but in some cases the results are almost beyond belief! The easiest way to explain all this is to give you an example:
Let us suppose that you are going for a job interview tomorrow and you’re somewhat apprehensive. You know that a Mr. Bloggs will be interviewing you. As you go to sleep you instruct your subconscious as follows:
I will wake up when I am in contact with Mr. Blogg’s mind and I will remember why I have woken up.
You repeat this statement 10-20 times to make sure your subconscious gets the message. When you wake up sit up in bed (so you don’t drop back to sleep) and relax so that you’re in that daydream alpha state. You repeat the following slowly and clearly in your mind:
Mr. Bloggs, you know I am the best person for the job. I have all the qualifications and by employing me you will make life easier for yourself…..etc.
Convey the entire message as if you were sitting there in front of him. Finally see him shaking your hand and congratulating you on getting the job. Then go back to sleep.
When you meet Mr. Bloggs the next day you will be somewhat amazed at the friendly reception you get providing you have subjectively communicated correctly.
A young student of mine got a job this way. There were 22 applicants and she was the least qualified. Not only that, they wanted someone around 10 years older with existing experience. Nevertheless she was offered the job… right after the end of the interview.
I used a lot of subjective communication when I was selling real estate years ago. This was during a property slump and nobody in the office was making sales… except me!
The method here is to program your mind (as you go to sleep) to wake you up when it is in contact with the largest group of likely buyers.
Then you mentally explain to them how great a particular property is and why they should buy it.
You repeat your address and who you are at least 3 times so that the message sinks in. Chances are, the next day potential buyers will contact you left, right and centre to view the house.
You then use subjective communication once again to help sell it to one of these people and you finish off by visualizing a sold sign on the property.
Please note that they will only buy this property if they are genuinely interested, but somewhat undecided. You help them make up their mind! You cannot use Subjective Communication to make an unwilling person buy the property. They have to be initially receptive to a purchase of this kind. What the subjective program does is to draw them out of the woodwork.
You can use exactly the same process to attract people to your advertisement in the Yellow Pages or in the newspaper. Individuals glancing through the newspaper or yellow Page ads suddenly notice your ad. It tends to leap out at them and they feel compelled to contact you. Without the subjective programming they would probably have ignored it.
I had a most extraordinary experience some years ago involving subjective programming. It left me absolutely flabbergasted. At that time I owned a small restaurant which I had purchased cheaply with the intention of building up the customer base. I had some success in doing this but concluded that the restaurant game was not for me. I placed the business on the market and by using subjective programming quickly found a potential buyer.
The problem I had was that another similar restaurant had recently opened nearby and my lunchtime trade had dropped right off.
These buyers were arriving from out of town and I had arranged to meet their flight at the local airport and drive them in to view the business. Unfortunately for me they would be viewing the operation during a Monday lunchtime which was our quietest day.
I had done some very heavy subjective work the night before to attract Monday lunch customers and I drove out to the airport with fingers crossed. We pulled up in front of my restaurant just after midday and I could not believe my eyes.
The small shop was totally packed! There were customers everywhere. My two waitresses were run off their feet. To say that I was stunned would be the understatement of the century. In the 12 months that I had owned the business I had never had more than a dozen of so diners in for a Monday lunch. Afterwards we found that we had served 58 meals!
The potential buyers were highly impressed and before the afternoon was over had signed an unconditional contract of purchase. Did subjective programming work in this case? It certainly did! I had the contract in hand to prove it.
For those of you reading this who are professional skeptics… please don’t tell me it doesn’t work -I’ve been using it for 20 years with spectacular results and I know dozens of people who are doing the same. On top of that, I spent 6 months doing A/B tests. Advertising the same product and doing a week on and a week off with Subjective Communication.
I roughly tabulated the results. The subjective work bought in between 50-80% more clients, depending upon the effort I put in over the preceding 2-3 days.
You can use Subjective Communication for virtually any situation where you need to attract the attention of another person or group of people.
The only actual downside is that if you do a lot of Subjective Communication it becomes mentally draining, waking up night after night. It basically means that you have to go to bed early so that when you wake up you have had enough sleep to be able to concentrate on the message, without dozing off. If I have any serious Subjective Communication to do I go to bed around 9pm which I personally find an inconvenient time to retire.
And it is very important that when you are doing your subconscious programming while going to sleep that you tell yourself you will remember why you have woken up. On many occasions I have come totally awake in the middle of the night and wondered what woke me up.
By Jim Francis,
Author of The 7 Real Mind Power Secrets