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Are you responsible for how others perceive you in a relationship?

Are you responsible for how others perceive you?

Are you responsible for someone else’s opinions and feelings about you?

The answer, of course, is “No!”

I mean, “you CAN be,” but the other person is responsible for their thoughts and perceptions.

Let me give an example of someone who is responsible for how others perceive them.

I remember being at a seminar, and there was some guy there – I have no idea where he was from or his name or anything. He wanted some tips on how to meet women.

The dude was dressed sloppy. His hair was uncombed. He SMELLED like he hadn’t had a shower in a week.

And he wondered why women didn’t want to be around him.

I was at another seminar, and some guy – I don’t know his name, don’t care to know his name – was trying to meet women in the hotel lobby during the dinner break.

The guy met a nice woman who was attending a different seminar at the same hotel, and they were having a good conversation.

All of a sudden, he said something really stupid about how (in his opinion) men were better than women.

That woman turned and walked away.

I was happy for her.

Served him right.

He was disrespectful, ignorant, and annoying.

There are times, though, when through our best efforts, the people we care about just don’t understand us.

Sometimes they got other stuff going on that has nothing to do with us, and their mental filters are out of whack.

The good news for you is “It’s NOT your fault!”

You can – and should – learn more and better ways to communicate, if you need to.

My friend Fred was having trouble getting along with a lady he likes. She got upset at a lot of the things he said, and he was getting frustrated because he didn’t completely understand her, either.

Fred went and learned some better ways to communicate.

They were still having trouble, so they sat down and agreed to work together to understand each other.

They came up with a simple, magic statement they both agreed to use whenever they didn’t understand each other instead of making assumptions and getting upset.

That simple question they agreed to?

“I do not understand how you meant what you just said (and repeat back those words, verbatim). What did you mean?”

Soon – with a little bit of effort, they both had reference points for how each other thinks and feels, and now they like each other more than they ever did before.

Is the other person willing to work with you to communicate more clearly with each other?

Is the other person willing to come to a mutual understanding, mutual respect, and mutual improvement of the relationship?

If so, and if you believe there is something worth keeping there with that person, there are things you can do to help you get along better with each other. Most people who want mind control tips and telepathic communication tips want some way to mentally, emotionally, or psychically “force” the other person to do what they want the person to do.

That is a bad road to go down.

The other person will resent you for it.

Mind control – when done intelligently and properly – has much more to do with expanding your understanding of yourself, your strengths and weaknesses, the other person, their strengths and weaknesses, and learning skills to help you get what you want and need to feel fulfilled in the relationship while also helping the other person get what they want and need to feel fulfilled in the relationship.

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Questions? Comments?

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Sincerely,
Jim Knippenberg
Mind Control And ESP Trainer

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Mind Control Relationship Advice

Do poor finances have to doom your relationship?

Do poor finances have to doom your relationship?

Financial stress is one of the biggest problems in a relationship.

There are “poor” people who are happy together, though, and there are people who make a lot of money who are miserable together.

So money does not have to control your relationship. Money does not have to control you, either.

Sometimes we or the person we love have screwed up finances before the relationship even begins.

But does it have to doom the relationship?

Many financial advisors say that you should get out of a relationship as quickly as possible if the other person has money issues.

Those people are more financially successful than I am, so I won’t argue with them.

I would like to point out some alternatives that might help you out, though.

Keep in mind I do not give mental health, medical, or financial advice. These are just some things to consider.

Once upon a time, the man was the main source of income in a relationship. Nowadays, many professional women earn more than their man.

Once upon a time, a couple always had one financial account, and one person – either the man or the woman – was in charge of taking care of the finances: rent or mortgage, paying the utilities, doing the grocery shopping, etc.

Times are different now.

I remember reading a couple of years ago that many couples nowadays are HAPPIER when they have separate accounts.

Do you have a relationship with someone who likes to spend, spend, spend, and you want to keep the relationship without going broke, losing the house, and being poor and hungry in your old age with that person?

One way to deal with that is to have separate accounts.

I learned some interesting things when my dad’s health went way downhill, and I got my parents in to see a lawyer for family asset protection.

Keep in mind, I am not giving legal advice here, and laws might vary in your state.

One way to protect the ones you love is to have the common property – the house, perhaps one or more bank accounts, and other significant assets – put in to a trust, and have medical and financial power of attorney documents put on file.

So if something happens to one spouse, the other spouse can easily get ahold of those assets when they need them.

Your situation might vary. See a good asset protection attorney in your area for tips on this.

Even if you are both financially responsible, this type of arrangement can help protect your loved one if something happens to you.

The ideal is for both of you to be healthy and happy long in to old age, and die of old age, happy together.

It is also ideal to help prepare the way ahead for those you love.

Now when it comes to spending money, agree together to each have a certain amount of “fun money.”

Nobody likes to work their tail off without having any fun.

Already up to your ears in debt and don’t know what to do about it?

I recommend you find a copy of “The Richest Man In Babylon,” and read it. You should be able to find it free online. Or you can use my amazon link by clicking the title.

In addition to a strategy to wipe out debt, it offers another helpful belief to adopt: “A percentage of all I earn is mine to keep!”

Even if you can only save 1%.

Preferably, you start with at least 10%. If you’re putting it in to a pre-tax retirement account, you will hardly even notice the difference on your take home pay.

Give yourself and your partner a small percentage of “fun money” to do fun things together so you can help keep the joy in the relationship, and so you can each get things that are meaninful for you.

Of course there are ways to save and make more intelligent spending choices so the same things actually cost less.

Then there’s the option of “do something to improve your ability to make more money.”

You still have to take care of the inner beliefs about money, otherwise you will fall in to the same trap others usually fall into – the trap of increasing spending based on how much money is coming in.

Take care of the underlying emotional issues associated with trying to find emotional peace and satisfaction from spending – realizing that the feelings are gone soon after the purchase is made, and then the need starts all over again combined with the guilt of having blown the money.

Learn to forgive yourself if that’s you. Your partner needs to learn to forgive themselves also. Learn to work together toward a common goal, and do it in a way that allows you to both enjoy each other’s company.

There are many opportunities for low-cost and no-cost activities nowadays.

With the coronavirus garbage going on, nobody is going to the movies. At least not where I live.

But the cable company is offering free wifi at their hotspots.

You can watch movies for free.

There are places to take beautiful walks, beautiful bike rides, see beautiful scenery.

Instead of going to that expensive restaurant, you can cook together and have fun making a nice meal.

If you’d like some tips for low-cost and no-cost dates and fun activities, let me know, and I’ll cover that in another post.

JOY and ENTHUSIASM in a relationship is a HUGE collector of vital energies! Those energies that keep the two of you interested in the relationship and in sticking together and working together for a common goal.

This is a mind control principle known as “The Mastermind Group.”

A mastermind group can be a larger group. But one of the most powerful mastermind groups is a man and woman who are enthusiastic about each other, working toward a common chosen goal, a common chosen purpose, a common chosen future.

I hope you enjoyed this article.

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Thank you, and I will see you again in the next article!

Sincerely,
Jim Knippenberg
Self Mind Control trainer
ESP trainer

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Secrets of Telepathic Repulsion And Attraction

Most people think of telepathic communication as the sending of telepathic commands or instructions to another person.

There are times when this happens, and there are ways to train it. (I have a course in my archives on “Silent Mental Commands.” If you don’t yet have it and would like it, write to me. It’s not currently on the website for the general public.)

There’s something that most people are not aware of concerning telepathic communication and telepathic repulsion and attraction – something I have been reminded of lately.

There is something interesting that Robert Fludd noticed, and Ingo Swann found and mentioned in his excellent book “Psychic Sexuality,” which is not a “sex book,” but rather a book about the effects and awareness of those sexualizing energies that energize us and give us life.

The really neat thing Robert Fludd noticed was that when two people come in contact with each other, if the energies between them were distorted or messed up, “negative” magnetism took place.

But if the energy radiating from the one passed freely into the other person, the result was “positive” magnetism.

In other words, telepathic energies of REPULSION or ATTRACTION.

(Swann, Ingo. Psychic Sexuality. E-book. Crossroad Press. 2014.)

The IMPLICATIONS of this, while they “should be obvious,” are not obvious to most people.

I remember being in college and hanging out with some really good friends.

We ate garbage – french fries, fried shrimp, fried foods, lots of “garbage food” that we made in the dorm. (Even though we weren’t “supposed to.”)

One of those friends got terrible gas from what he ate.

We would be hanging out, and all of a sudden, he would let out the most TOXIC fart.

It (usually) wasn’t directed at any of us on purpose.

But it drove us all out of the room!

It was almost unbearable!

Energies of thought and emotion work sort of like that.

And the stench lingers in the air.

So when you have a grudge against a person or a misunderstanding and choose to hang on to it, the energies between the two of you get distorted and energies of “repulsion” TELEPATHICALLY take place – completely and entirely with a life of their own, REGARDLESS OF WHAT YOU WANTED TO HAVE HAPPEN INSTEAD!

And…

If you are carrying around a grudge against someone else, even those energies radiate outward from you, and those same energies affect all others in proximity with you AND THOSE YOU THINK ABOUT WHILE HOLDING ON TO THOSE GRUDGES!

Most people try to put a relgious-moral spin on the words of Jesus regarding the thoughts of the heart and the mind.

There’s something much deeper here than any religious group’s “list of do’s and don’ts.”

We are responsible – to ourselves AND to others – for the “mental and emotional diet” we feed ourselves.

Because it affects us AND everyone who comes in proximity to us.

It affects those we are connected with when we think about them.

Even at a distance….

Those energies we have chosen – either by default or on purpose – tend to take on a life of their own!

Now does that mean I am responsible for the thoughts and emotions going on inside your mind?

Are you responsible for the thoughts and emotions going on inside of my mind?

NO!

It does mean, however, we are responsible for self and how we relate to others.

I am responsible for me.

You are responsible for you.

Sometimes we attract the wrong people.

Sometimes we attract the right people but then repel them.

Sometimes they repel us.

Sometimes we attract what we want but can’t seem to do it on purpose.

The easy answer is to “blame” someone – either self or the other person – or both!

Yet choosing to take RESPONSIBILITY for self has absolutely nothing to do with “blaming,” and has everything to do with making intelligent choices and action regarding thoughts, how we feel (our emotions), and how we relate to others.

And…

“If you don’t like what you have been drawing to you, YOU CAN DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT!”

Questions? Comments?

Let me know.

Sincerely,
Jim Knippenberg
MindControlResources.com

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Conversational Hypnosis A Fun Story

Sometimes people who love each other get on each other’s nerves – whether they let stress from somewhere else get to them, or “personal gripes” build up accidentally.

It doesn’t have to be that way.

We’re all stuck at home with people we value. Some are stuck at home away from people they value, and it can be easy to get irritated.

I “forgot I had written this,” and was cleaning up my page to re-publish it, when I found this article.

Perhaps it might also give you ideas on how you can solve conflicts with those you care about. This is just a tiny bit on what you can choose to do to help yourself and those you love.

Enjoy!
Jim Knippenberg
ESP Trainer, Author, guitarist, pianist, blab, blab, blab…

NLP Techniques and Conversational Hypnosis to Improve Your Relationships With Those You Love and Care About!
From June 27, 2001

I was in Taco Bell, and a family came in to eat. The dad and the daughter sat at the table and talked while mom and the boy went up to the counter to wait for the food.

When the food was ready, the boy picked up the tray with his Mexican Pizza on it. He had his drink in one hand so it wouldn’t spill and was holding one end of the tray with his other hand.

The Mexican Pizza slid to the opposite end of the tray.

You know what happened next…

The tray tipped, and the Mexican Pizza executed a perfect somersault dive face down on to the floor.

The kid’s face turned red, his eyes started to water, as he looked up at his mommy and said “I’m sorry! It was an accident! I’m SORRY!”

The woman pulled him aside and started to jump all over the kid for such a horrible offense.

The dad just looked down at the table and shook his head.

Just then, I was getting up to get a refill on my iced tea. I looked at the mess on the floor, I looked at the kid, I looked at the mom scolding him. And I looked at the dad shaking his head as if he were ashamed of his own kid.

I got my refill, then stepped between the dad and the mess on the floor. I stood there and looked at him for a couple of seconds to pause and get his attention (and the mom’s attention and the kid’s attention – using a technique Milton Erickson used to use for covert hypnosis – act like you’re talking to just one person while addressing someone else or the entire group).

When the dad looked back at me, I laughed and said…

“That reminds me of a FUNNY story!”

Then I paused again and leaned in and looked him in the eyes to deepen his attention.

“When I was in college, my roomate and I had just spent our last $5 dollars on a Domino’s pizza.

“I had one of those ironing boards – you know the kind where you pull out the drawer and wedge the ironing board inside, and I put the pizza on it….”

The guy interrupted me, “And it fell on the floor…”

I looked back at him and LAUGHED and said “IT FLIPPED OVER, AND FELL FACE DOWN ON THE FLOOR!!! (then I laughed for a good 3 seconds over it)

The guy laughed back and said, “I bet you ate it too, didn’t you!”

I shook my head and laughed, “Yeah! We ate it!” and laughed some more.

There’s a reminder there that NONE of us are perfect. We all make mistakes. We all do dumb things – even when we have the best of intentions.

But here was an opportunity for a couple of well-meaning parents to learn to let their kid make mistakes…

And to realize they’d made those same mistakes before.

Instead of getting mad about it and chewing the kid out, there’s an opportunity to learn and to grow.

As I was leaving, I noticed the mom had calmed down. The kid had calmed down.

And I got a warm feeling inside…

I felt even better because what I had done was all in a normal, everyday conversation, using the NLP techniques of conversational hypnosis and covert anchoring.

Many times you have opportunities to covertly influence those in your family including your kids without them being the least bit aware of it.

Will you influence them to hate and fear you? Or will you influence them to learn from their mistakes and learn to make better choices?

I remember when I was in 4th grade and was having trouble in math. No matter how hard I tried, I just didn’t understand the stuff.

When it was time for report cards, I came home with a “D.”

I thought I was gonna die that night.

But when my dad got home from working more than 12 hours that day (to keep me in the school I was in) and saw my report card, he looked at me and said, “If that’s the best you can do, then I’m proud of you!”

The next time report cards came out, I didn’t have any “D’s” on it.

That’s something I’ve remembered for over 30 years now…

And that’s something that has been “anchored” to my thinking ever since.

Jim Knippenberg

For more on how you can use covert Mind Control, NLP techniques, covert hypnosis, and conversational hypnosis to improve the relationships with those YOU love and care about, visit http://www.mindcontrolresources.com