Sensewords

Clear soft smooth hard rough warm silky cool gritty velvety red purple green black golden amber sweet salty blurry loud faint rhythmic sporadic high-pitched low-pitched resonant reedy mellifluous clicking buzzing humming fast slow harsh slick glittery transparent translucent opaque sticky gritty furry glistening flowing above below inside 1. Male speech seeks to convey information efficiently female speech seeks to do so richly. 2. Female speech makes extensive use of two kinds of language...

Shortcuts To Internal Alignment

Following are some shortcuts to Internal Alignment. To make generating an intense response easier, try the following a. Generally, when you are describing an emotional state, demonstrate that state. If you are talking about being reserved or guarded, lean back, fold your arms, drain your voice of energy if you are talking about being excited, lean forward, expose your chest, let your voice sound full and let it move through high and low pitch ranges. b. When you want to create suspense, or to...

Acknowledgments

We'd like to thank the following predecessors The late Milton Erickson, M.D., from whose work most modern covert persuasion techniques are directly derived Richard Bandler and John Grinder, the developers of Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), who first deconstructed, clarified, and codified Erickson's work, and then proceeded to radically, dramatically advance the state of the art And Ross Jeffries, who applied NLP to the process of seduction, and demonstrated that women rationalize...

Penetrating

CULMINATING Culminating Exploding Bursting Coming.to a new place feeling realization XX. Ambiguity, or, the Split-Screen Effect When you say things that are capable of being interpreted in more than one way, your listener will, at least unconsciously, process and emotionally respond to all the possible interpretations. Think of it this way your listener creates a mental split-screen, with one screen for each possible interpretation. Your listener will tend to conclude that the more likely...

Dilated Pupils SofL Eyes

Dilating your pupils when you talk about an emotion makes it seem as if you are inwardly focused on that emotion, and feeling that emotion intensely. And as you know, when you yourself exhibit an emotion, it becomes much, much easier to elicit that emotion in the person to whom you're talking. When your pupils are dilated, you look as if you are focused on inward experience that is, you look as if you are in trance. When you look as if you are in trance, you are inviting her, and making it seem...