Making the most of your educational DVDSubmitted by paul4won on Sat, 01/10/2009 - 21:53
If you have any kind of budget, consider renting a movie theater. We found a dollar theater that let us buy up every seat and show whatever we wanted... the first time. The price went up, other things went south, we only did it one time. But a few principles drove us to try that are still valid. People are trained to suspend disbelief in a movie theater. Odd, but we need them to suspend disbelief so we can open a hole for them to be shown the facts... but there it is. The good stereo system aids in getting them immersed in the movie.
When approaching loved ones to watch things on computer or TV, remember the basic "law of the jungle" of these items and use it to help you. Let THEM run the mouse or the remote. If they start to overload, they can hit "mute" and tell jokes and make fun of you and your tin hat and do whatever they need to to be able to go back and have another sip from the fountain of truth.
Watch for the reactions that indicate they have been "triggered." We all know the look in the eyes... when you see it happen, make a note of what was just said. That is what shut them down, that is the area you MUST find a way around. A few other common signs to watch for a slow breathing rate, dryness of the lips and a relaxation of the mouth area. These folks are quite likely to be reacting to a post-hypnotic suggestion.