The Secret

This is also the reason that photographers use slightly blurred backgrounds in certain shots - it draws the eye to the person in the foreground, but also recreates the slight blurring that can be experienced in your peripheral field of vision when this physical change occurs to you.

Incidentally, if you end up having the person think of something that they find repulsive, then you will most probably observe the opposite response to that which occurs when a pleasurable thought occurs, i.e. the pupils may contract. Be aware of this and look for a change, don't just expect to see the dilation 100% of the time - it's bound to happen sooner or later!

The bold italic words in the script should be either slightly more or less stressed depending on which works best for you. They have no specific use with reference to the trick itself, they are used mainly to bring attention to the trigger words. Once that you have performed the effect, and explained how it worked, they should believe that mind control is a reality.

What you are doing in effect, is stressing to them subconsciously that they can accept and believe the entire performance that you are about to deliver - that is, you are establishing and validating for the audience, the idea that the underlying principle of mind control is a reality.

It would be nice, and an excellent convincer, to explain how the effect works and then have the audience experiment with it too. However, this is not always practical and it's obviously up to you whether you decide to do it or not.

Friendly Persuasion

Friendly Persuasion

To do this successfully you need to build a clear path of action by using tools if necessary. These tools would be facts, evidence and stories which you know they can relate to. Plus you always want to have their best interests at heart, in other words, you know what is good for them

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