Free Guided Self Hypnosis for More Confident Dating Results

Self hypnosis, does it really work for everything?  Have you tried a free guided self hypnosis for more confident dating results? Take ten minutes and watch this peaceful, guided hypnotic segment. Are you having trouble moving on after a breakup? Do you want to be more magnetic in social situations to attract your ideal partner to you? Get started right now!

Self Hypnosis for Dating Confidence Video

Free Guided Self Hypnosis for More Confident Dating Results

Increase your confidence for dating and relationships as you watch peaceful New York natural scenery and listen to the hypnotic suggestions. Change your subconscious mind about love with the help of easy hypnosis by Debra Berndt (the hypnotic love coach). Other relationship dating techniques can be found at - where you can find free audio teleseminars, samples and other hypnotic videos as well as dating advice and tips on how to attract the love of your life.

Effective Self Hypnosis

I am always looking for short, effective meditations. This one happens to work like a guided hypnotic induction, remember to allow for a few quiet minutes after the end of the speaking for your mind to follow it's own path. Use this free guided self hypnosis for more confident dating results or to empower you to change any negative to a positive.

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    Covert Persuasion for Difficult People

    Covert persuasion might just be the technique you're looking for.  Who doesn't need advice on how to deal with difficult people? Difficult people are everywhere and our society encourages demanding, rude behavior so many of them don't even think they are doing anything unusual.

    Some people see it as being strong and confident but when you are on the receiving end of angry or rude behavior you do not see that person as strong and confident. In fact it is often the opposite. Dr Alan Zimmerman guest writer at Changing (covert persuasion) shares some of his best advice on dealing with difficult people.  See if you can recognize the covert persuasion techniques used in the story below.

    Covert Persuasion Techniques for Dealing with Difficult People

    When I look at the history of mankind, I'm amazed at how far we've come in technology. It's awesome. Figuratively speaking, we've come millions of miles. When it comes to the history of human relations, however, we've hardly taken a step. The same problems that plagued people in ancient times are still with us today. People are still rude, selfish, insensitive, and difficult -- some of the time.

    In fact, one University of North Carolina survey found that 78% of the respondents think incivility has increased in the last decade. And every one of the respondents could cite examples of co-workers who had treated them disrespectfully. To some extent, the media likes to glamorize examples of poor human relations. Read bumper strips. You'll find lots of rude comments made by difficult people. I read one that said, "I like you because you remind me of when I was young and stupid!"

    And watch the sitcoms. I remember one scene where an answering machine said, "I'm probably here. I'm just avoiding someone I don't like. Leave your name and number. If I don't call you back, it's you." Now I'll have to admit there have been times I would have liked to use such a message. I'm sure the same is true for you. The problem is it doesn't do any good. It doesn't work.

    As today's Tip suggests, when you throw dirt, all you do is lose ground...Unfortunately, we're forced to work with difficult people. That's life. Even though we may not like certain people or the situation they put us in, there are some things we can do...

    I've focused on this particular covert persuasion technique because it has been very useful to me...

    FIND A POINT OF ENTRY. It's like the young minister who was assigned to a New England church. A bossy woman lived next to the church, a woman who acted as though she owned the place. In fact, whenever the minister wanted to get in the church, he had to ask her for the key.

    The first time he met her, he introduced himself as the new minister. She became indignant and said, "Oh no you're not!"

    In fact, she went around telling everyone that this new guy was too young and inexperienced. He didn't even look as if he had enough sense to come in from the rain. And his first sermon in that church, she told everyone, wasn't worth much.

    The young man decided to look for his point of entry, to look for a way to win her over. So he went over to her house as she was busy baking cookies. He couldn't help but say how good they smelled.

    "So you like the smell," she said rudely. With reluctance she gave him one. After he finished it, he commented, "That's wonderful!" So at his request she gave him another one.

    "You don't mind asking for what you want, do you?" she asked. But then she pushed the whole plate of cookies within his reach.

    "I hear you lost your boy when he was my age," the young man said. "You must have been lonely all these years."

    The woman nodded. "I still make these cookies because he liked them." He said, "I like them, too." And then he was silent.

    That started them off on a new relationship. The young minister said she became a cherished, lifelong friend. She would bring him into her kitchen, give him some advice, and feed him. Indeed, she showed him how to win over all the other folks in the congregation.

    It's so easy to react to the behavior of difficult people. After all, it's difficult. It does hurt. We can judge people's methods, but we need to be very careful about judging their motives.

    The way the priest waited for just the right opportunity to reach out to the woman and recognized that her difficult nature  was a result of her painful emotions is one of  many covert persuasion techniques for dealing with difficult people that you should definitely try to work on.  The covert persuasion technique used by the priest was so subtle you may not have realized it when you first read the story.  Imagine all that you could accomplish if you were to adopt covert persuasion techniques like those in your everyday life.  How would you use your new found powers of covert persuasion now?


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      A scientific revolution is taking place. This revolution has to do with the exponentially increasing understanding of the human mind – the subtle yet profound influence of the subconscious mind on behavior.

      Conscious awareness is merely the beginning of the journey into the mind. Neuroscientists agree the vast majority of cognitive processing takes place outside of conscious awareness. Most neuroscientists estimate between 90-95% of mental and emotional activity occur outside our conscious notice.

      Much of this “underground” activity is automatic and emotional. Much of this commotion is bubbling just below the level of our awareness.

      So what’s the fuss? Why care about mental activity that goes on behind the scenes?

      The main reason is that subconscious activity has a massive impact on our perception of the world, behaviors, buying decisions, and satisfaction with life.

      For example, the price of wine influences how people perceive the same bottle of wine. When people are told the price of wine is higher, they subconsciously create the perception of a better tasting wine. The higher priced wine is perceived to have new characteristics such as improved body, taste, and aroma once the price is revealed.

      Another study showed that brand recognition plays a large role at the subconscious level in influencing how we perceive objects, such as soda. Blind taste tests may show that individuals like drink A over drink B by a large percentage. However, when those same individuals can see the product packaging and brand, they prefer B. No change in the two drinks, just an awareness of the brand which subtly yet powerfully kicks the subconscious mind into motion and changes the way the taste buds perceive the drink A and drink B.

      These examples are just the beginning of a revolution in marketing, advertising, branding, and improved consumer experiences.

      With the birth of new imaging tools and innovative methodologies such as Emotion Mining’s patented approach to get at subconscious thoughts and feelings, the mind is rapidly beginning to reveal its secrets. Similar to exploring the deepest depths of the ocean, we are on the verge of stunning new discoveries. And, among others, marketing and branding professionals stand poised to reap the benefits.

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