• Dark Psychology: How to See Through Manipulative Games and Persuasion Tactics

  • By: Wesley Felt
  • Narrated by: Wes Grant
  • Length: 3 hrs and 42 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (99 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The subconscious mind, home to practically everything we don’t know about the mind and brain. The subconscious brain has many tasks and duties, it keeps your heart pumping, it makes sure you breathe, and blink, and all your body’s other various needs. It also carries great power, and, like all great powers, it is dangerous. “Remember, with great power comes great responsibility.” (Spiderman’s Uncle Ben.) Yes, I know I just quoted a comic book, that doesn’t necessarily make it of less value, in fact, superheroes play a large role in every mild and major superhero fan’s subconscious.

The things we see with our five senses, the actions we take, the emotions we feel, the memories we make, they’re all stored in the subconscious. Our subconscious is also vulnerable, through advertisements, we can be made to feel ashamed at our bodies, hungry for that amazingly looking sandwich. This audiobook will help protect your subconscious by teaching you how brainwashing works, make you aware of the techniques cults use to gain new members. It will open your eyes to the various tricks propaganda and scams (online and offline) use. Learn to strengthen your subconscious and more when you buy this audiobook, “...great power,...great responsibility” right?

©2019 Wesley Felt (P)2020 Wesley Felt

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Persuasion

Persuasion is one of those themes that can be a bit controversial., but this book gave me so many new insights that I just had to stop, post a review, and say something good about it.

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This is a bizarre little book. I was expecting knowledge on psychology and how to protect yourself against manipulative people. instead, the book starts out talking about how to become more emotionally intelligent then moves into this very long and strange tirade recommending that the reader become either a magician or a mentalist. I almost stopped reading at this point but decided to continue since the book was so short and I had already invested time. The book then goes on to tell how to tell if somebody's lying and to read body language. Eventually the book finally closes informing the reader how to look out for international con men that the author had experienced during international travels. I I definitely would not recommend this book to anybody.

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Dark psychology explained

I had the ability to understand everything clearly, not even if the storyteller pronounced words nicely, but also because the info in it contained new things to be learned.

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Stood out

This book stood out. I don't know why, but when I listened to the retail sample, I knew it was different than some of the other ones that are being uploaded nowadays. So get this one. That's what I suggest.