Learn How to Make People Do What You Want

Have you ever studied human behaviour? Have you ever heard of the ‘Heaven’s Gate’ cult? These people committed mass-suicide in order to “get to the next level, and board the mother-ship…” Most people would explain this behaviour by saying “they were crazy”. But what if they weren’t crazy? What if they got to the next level, and they’re on board the spaceship right now, laughing at you, because they were right and you were wrong? Look, I’m not saying that a UFO is waiting, and you just need to kill yourself to get on board, not at all.

What I am saying is this: Whenever you use your morality to understand something, you are unconsciously bringing up reflexive responses that severely limit your ability to truly understand. In other words, most people unconsciously respond with morality and judgment when they are attempting to understand something new, and when that happens there is no looking deeper: the walls slam down, they close their minds to anything that sounds different or unusual. The phrase “they were crazy” starts so sound like it makes sense. But what if they weren’t crazy? What if it’s something else? What if it requires you to examine something that most people find too uncomfortable to think about? I just want you to think about it for a while.

I just want you to understand that judgment and morals will limit your understanding. What if there’s no such thing as right or wrong? What if there’s no such thing as good or evil? You think you know the difference between right and wrong? You’re supposed to, by now, am I right? Now, what if, your understanding of ‘right’ and ‘wrong’, ‘good’ and ‘evil’ is incorrect? Not just incorrect, but way-off, as in facing 180 degrees the wrong way, as in going the complete opposite direction to the one you should be taking? What if you’re looking at the big picture, but you have yet to recognise that the way you’re looking at it is all wrong: that the picture’s upside down? Why are you doing what you’re doing? I’ve learned all kinds of wonderful things about human behaviour; why people do what they do and how to make them behave differently.

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