Deception, brain waves and honeycomb structure

In the previous article we talked about “conscious” deception, let’s now attach to the speech the idea of “unconscious” deception.

This second category includes, for example, the famous subliminal messages: those constructs that lead to take actions or convince of certain things without noticing it (in many cases, neither before nor after the attainment of the objective).

So, to summarize:

  • With conscious deception, we mean a deception which addresses the opponent’s brain capacity “directly” (eg. by overcharging it)
  • With unconscious deception, we mean a deception that bypasses theopponent’s brain capacity “indirectly” (eg. taking advantage of the current / general operativity)

In order to proceed we must nevertheless introduce two very important concepts:

  • The management of brain waves, which their variation corresponds to (among other things) our level of concentration
  • The honeycomb brain structure, through which we connect and we store the data in our possession

When our opponent is “working” to a certain frequency of brain waves (we’ll see them), with the necessary precautions, we can put almost anything we want inside of his mental management system.

The commercial advertisements (eg. on television, radio, etc.) more or less subliminally widely exploit this lowering condition of mental defenses to write categorical imperatives or just to impress a certain brand until the moment of choice between several purchase options ( from the couch at home to the supermarket).

In 90% of cases, messages of this type are effective only if the intended victim is not concentrated, especially if it is not conscious of being subjected to a forced “data writing”.

If instead we want to convince someone when his reason is active, (for example during a discussion) we must use the honeycomb model that, regardless from the frequency / concentration level of the subject, is able to inoculate concepts (also rather articulated) at the very moment of direct confrontation.

The argument seems to be complicated but with a little ‘patience we will get a clear and complete vision. In the next article we will deepen the use of brain waves (with practical examples).

Author: Master Kongling

Founder of 6 Dragons Kung Fu.

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