Open Letter to the Reader
Okay, before we dive into Perfected Mind Control (PMC) there's likely a few thingsyou need to know.First, when your read “mind control” in this book there are two definitions, onenarrow and one broad.The narrow definition of “mind control” is the ability to control and influence otherpeoples thoughts and behaviors.The broad definition of “mind control” is the ability to control thoughts andbehaviors in general including and especially within ones self.Both will apply when I describe Perfected Mind Control or PMC.This illumination began after many years of research and application of variouspersuasion technologies and having numerous successes and failures. EventuallyI asked myself a few questions that led me to where you are now, reading thisbook.These questions may shock you to even consider the answer.
What are the
aspects of mind control?
What is missing in the narrow definition of mind control that would increasethe beneficial aspects?
What are the biggest challenges for the people using mind control on othersthat limit their success?
How can the two words “mind control” be changed from something peopleavoid to what people appreciate and accept?Think about it. If you're like most people you will begin to think I'm an evilmadman bent on world domination. While I admit that world domination doeshave a romantic appeal, I'm simply not willing to devote the time and energy tomake that happen.What I do want is to have people really ask serious questions about what theythink, believe and perceive.Let me also explain that I'm releasing this book with a certain degree of hesitation.Why? Near the end of this book I've included an eight processes that can be usedon a subject that
induce very powerful changes. You should be warned that