The Secret Mental Genius Experiment
Source: How to Become Anyone
In the early 1960s, Russia and Germany got together to perform an experiment.
Two highly respected psychologists - Dr Vladimir Raikov of Moscow, and Dr Milan Ryzl of Prague - set on a mission to help further understand the human mind.
One of their experiments involved hypnosis, and seemed quite simple:
They hypnotized subjects into believing they were someone else.
It sounds basic. Yet the results were phenomenal.
One subject was interested in playing the violin. She had only ever attended one basic lesson. During the hypnosis experiment, she was asked to believe she was a powerful classical violinist. On her second lesson, the instructor was astonished at her new-found level of skill - and immediately enrolled her into the advanced class.
Despite no longer believing she was someone else, her new genius skills remained.
Another subject was hypnotized into thinking she was the artist Raphael. Despite not being able to paint "so much as a smiley face," her drawing ability suddenly rocketed after the hypnosis. Within a month, she had the drawing skills of a professional designer.
Later experiments showed that this hypnotic trance wasn't even required.
Simply by following a SECRET mental technique, individuals could "pretend" and "adapt" the genius skills of absolutely anyone - all within just minutes.
Depending on the genius they chose, people became more business-savvy... more confident... more creative... more artistic... better at sports... they were able to write better...
Think about that and then click here to learn more about the Secret Method: How to Become Anyone
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