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23805790 Mind Control Language Patterns Dantalion Jones

23805790 Mind Control Language Patterns Dantalion Jones

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The voice roll is a way of speaking that is very common among
public speakers, and especially common with preachers giving sermons.

The voice roll is a way of speaking that has specific rhythm.
The rhythm creates a hypnotic effect with a majority of the audience.
The reason why is that the rhythm, itself, becomes unconsciously antici
pated and thus the listener follows the rhythm.

The specifics of the rhythm is about pausing briefly 45 to 60
times a minute, or about once a second.

Here is an example of the voice roll with ( ...) representing the brief
pause:

"There is pattern... ofunique thinking ... that allows us... to see
how each of us... can create such power... create such influ-
ence... that people will follow ... Now... think of it!... it is all in
how you think ... that propels others ... to follow... it is as ifyou
have behind you ... a force of will... And that is what it is... A
force of Will!! So think about what you want... Think about
how... you want to affect people ... Imagine that you CAN. .. and
you are on your wtry... "

Another way of setting a rhythm is to pace it according to the
breath; breathing normally and only speaking on the exhale. This cre
ates a unique pattern that is unconscious. To understand it, consider
what happens when we breathe with emotion. When we feel excitement,
the emphasis is on the inhale. We sigh with relief. By pausing on the in
hale, the speaker is stimulating the part of the unconscious mind that in
hales with anticipation, and by speaking on the exhale, unconsciously
providing relief.

When speaking to an individual, the speaker would pace the
breathing of the listener. Speaking to a group is much easier, as the
speaker does not have to pace anyone. The process, alone, will allow the
audience to follow the inhale-exhale/anticipation-reliefpattem.

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Exercise:

Take a book, and before reading aloud, notice your breath. Breathe the
same way as you read aloud, only speaking on the exhale.

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