posted on Jun, 24 2005 @ 06:58 AM
I've tried it once years ago as an experiment on a person I know. I did it for one hour straight. I didn't care much about the outcome, only to see
if it worked. After that the person was being much friendler and was paying much more attention to me than before I did it. So it actually worked for
me. It wears off slowly after a while if you don't do follow up sessions (which I didn't do, because of it being just an experiment).
But like I've said before, you can't influence someone to do something if it's actually not an option for them (notably their subconscious) to do.
It will always fail. Just as in hypnosis you can't hypnotise somebody to act like a cat or a monkey if it's absolutely in conflict with their
subconscious. People still have free will, and nothing can impede on that.
I know other people who have much more advanced methods of remotely influencing other people. But they advocate more on increasing your own charisma
and energy (for sales and business purposes). NLP people are often interested in that kind of stuff.
And last but not least, I'll say one thing.
There is not one person on this planet that has never done any type of remote influencing on another person before. It's no big deal because everyone
is doing it all the time mostly subconsciously. People with a weak mind (limited focusing ability, limited confidence etc... ) are the ones who are
influenced more than they are the ones who do the influencing.