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at some point in the conversation, things got very strange. they were utilising hypnotic methods to 'handle' me into certain lines of thought & began to attempt to 'fix' my mindset, - I believe, totally hypnotised at this stage.
- but a few weeks later, I went to the Armed Forces career centre. and I was surprised to learn that there was a recommendation logged on the system, stating that I was suitable for military intelligence work. I was recorded as having been offered a place with the volunteers detachment -
What to make of it, - but there was certainly a concerted effort to place my attention squarely upon the idea of becoming a volunteer in military intelligence.
Did some cruel group know this, Or, was it a genuine - albeit unorthodox - means of snagging me into a non-conventional theatre of operations ?
I thought I would share a little story with you all, regarding something bizarre which happened to me a couple of years ago - it confused me a great deal at the time, and still does. I wonder if any of you have any suggestions regarding what may have taken place, and crucially WHY it may have taken place.
I had just been discharged from hospital, and with a friend decided to go for a drink - he suggested that we visit a pub that he knew, and so off we went. Once in the pub, I was introduced to a couple of ladies - a mother and her daughter - whom he apparently knew from somewhere. We proceeded to get very drunk, and at some point in the conversation, things got very strange.
The daughter began to ask questions about my health conditions, and my employment situation - which is normal enough - but then both she and my friend began to indicate that they were utilising hypnotic methods to 'handle' me into certain lines of thought. They were even complimenting each other on their respective techniques. From this diversion into the world of weird, the daughter began to attempt to 'fix' my mindset, stating that she believed that I was 'stuck' in my human development due to trauma at around the age of twelve.
She asked me to look into her eyes, and tell her what I could see - I was, I believe, totally hypnotised at this stage, and I replied that I could see the full universe reflected in them. She then said:
"Look around you, here in this place - nobody condemns or judges you, nobody thinks you aren't good enough."
The whole room went quiet, like that scene from Vanilla Sky, and in response I was overwhelmed and had to go out for a cigarette. As I sat down outside, my friend came out to see me, followed by the daughter. He said that my eyes were glowing, and I had no words to respond with by this stage. The daughter then told me that I should remain on health related benefit, but that I should earn my keep by volunteering to work for the Army.
Other things were said, and the day got even stranger - but a few weeks later, my brother suggested (out of the blue) that I should go into the Armed Forces career centre. This I did, and I was surprised to learn that there was a recommendation logged on the system, stating that I was suitable for military intelligence work. I was recorded as having been offered a place with the volunteers detachment - but due to a bout of depression soon thereafter, I didn't go to the HQ of the detachment.
A year on, and I went for an interview with the detachment, explaining that the careers officer had remarked regarding the recommendation which was on the computer system - only to be told that such recommendations don't exist. Nevertheless, I passed the interview, but in the course of it was advised that I was likely to fail the medical due to a long standing back complaint.
What to make of it, I am unsure - but there was certainly a concerted effort to place my attention squarely upon the idea of becoming a volunteer in military intelligence. In the end, I simply stopped pursuing the idea - but I was fixated and happy about it for some time. The kicker is that when I was young, my sole ambition was to be a Royal Marines officer; however, my health got the better of me early on, and I would never have measured up in fitness terms.
Did some cruel group know this, deciding it would be an interesting experiment to string me along? Or, was it a genuine - albeit unorthodox - means of snagging me into a non-conventional theatre of operations in my home nation?
What you will do is get their attention by making direct eye contact with them. This direct eye contact will affect them on many different levels allowing you to coax them into an altered consciousness.
Going first in this instance is to alter your eye contact that you have been diligently maintaining to look through them. Instead of focusing your eyes on their eyes look to the backs of their eyes. This will give the person the feeling that they are no longer being looked at but that they are being looked inside. This will sub-communicate that you are in a sort of trance and unconsciously they will want to follow that lead.
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My faculties weren't impaired, despite the fact I was drunk. I have full recall of the situation, so perhaps I should have said "fairly drunk". My bad.