NLP Embedded Commands (Daily Examples) #1

Below I will cover the Mystical and the Enigmatic, pseudo-scientific yet trust me, non-fictional and functional Embedded Commands in real-life examples. But before you begin to read at the examples below, read this first: I use embedded commands within all my publishings, (other then the comics section) which you should look at after you’ve read this). I also always ask everyone who has read this to keep your eyes open and to look if not watch out for my embedded commands (there are ad least 6 within this sentence alone) and if you notice one remind yourself to report it into the comments today. For this read however, i will highlight all the embedded commands and explain it. Also don’t just read these highlighted commands to amuse yourself and have fun but read what it says too, try to imagine it and understand it.

Look at this strange formatted text:

Visual Modality – this means i’m using words like, look, read, watch, imagine. They access the visual modalities of the reader which opens a tunnel for me in his head for me to manipulate him.
Audio Modality – Words like sound, hear, listen
Kinetic Modality – Words like feel, taste, touch, grab, hold, good, happy
Embedded Command – This is an embedded command
Preposition and presumption- A technique that links two commands, the first of which is 100% to happen. E.g:  When you leave the house, take out the garbage. – The person has now no choice, if he leaves the house, he must take out the garbage, if he doesn’t take the garbage out, he can’t leave the house.
Pattern Breaksee below
(Comments from the author) – that’s me adding my 2 cents. ;)

To make sure embedded commands work:
1) Keep in mind, remember if you will, that speaking and using embedded commands means that you must at some point use Pattern Interrupt before you use an embedded command. What to do exactly? one of the following:

Examples of Pattern Interrupt conversation:

  • Suddenly look to the side then the same second look back to him!
  • Make a loud sound by clapping your hands together.
  • Ask a question they can not answer and that sounds very cheesy

You will know it worked if they make an “Errr” sound, or just look confused.

2) Make an emphasis, a short pause or a pronounce the Embedded Command slow or faster then usual.
Why!? WONT THEY JUST NOTICE IT!??! – Aha, you’re still reading, yes, they will notice it. That is exactly the point, in 10 seconds (Before you finish talking probably) their brain will completely forget about it and skip to some other random thought of what to say next. BUT the subconscious brain will keep repeating the embedded command like some mantra – thats how it works.


Example taken from context: You don’t have to like it and to read it til the end.
How to pronounce it: you don’t have to (pause) like it and to re-a-d it til the end.
Make a clear definition in your tone of voice and speed when you embed commands, pauses before a commands give you a slight edge with a well placed Pattern Break.


Imagine the following examples at work:

Example 1: Make me a discount
Where: MCdonnalds, any store, bar, place where they pretend to have good service, but no discounts.
Him: Hello how can I help you?
You: Yes hello, Thanks much appreciated, how can you help MAKE me feel good about myself for the rest of the day. (cheesy and confusing)
Him: Errr. (Pattern break works)
You: Can you MAKE me a discount? (At this point, after the pattern break, the victim has no choices even if there are no discounts in the store)
Him: of course.
(The same if you change the words from MAKE to GIVE)

Example 2:  Make them feel joy from just listening to you
Where: On the telephone.
: Hello.
You: Hello and how can I make you feel joy and happiness  (Scream like a little happy girl) today? (The cheesier the better)
Him: errr.
You: I’ve a feeling this is going to be a very good conversation. (You would already hear  become in a better mood and remember the conversation as awesome)

Example 3: Presumption an emotion.
Where: Anywhere
: Take a moment to think and imagine, how good would it feel if we could just sit down right now and talk?
(The Presumption suggests that the person must accept he is feeling good before he sits down, and begins to talk if he sits down)

You: What is the one thingI can do right now to make you cheer?
Him: Nothing :) )))))))))))
(The Presumption suggests and accepts the fact he will cheer whatever he responds, even if he responds with “Nothing”)

Example 4: Forget to pay for a chicken
Where: Store
Cashier:-*The Cashier is taking your items and scanning them one by one, making *Peep* sounds every time she scans an item.*
You:-*You take an item and hold it up to her*
You: PEEEEP!! You forgot this. *Hand her a pack of of gum*
(The cashier will scan the back of gum, and forget about the item she was holding in her hands)

Example 5: Make them want to buy it
You: What benefits must this product demonstrate for you to want to buy it today.

Example 6: Make them happy by saying hello
(Wrong way)
You: Hello, How are you?
Him: Hello, Fine you?

(Correct way)
You: Hello, How positive (happy, cheerful) are you feeling today?
Him: I’m Great! Thanks.

Embedding Words into other Words

Embed a “Yes“:

  • I’ve seen you before somewhere, I think I saw those eyes before?
  • Isn’t my tie the gayest ever?
  • I’ve spoken to a friend and he said  that Yesterday he got a discount here.
  • Could you tell me how many employes do you have?

If you know any other Embedded commands examples, please post them in the comments below.
Those of you who are cool and attractive and got this far and I’d like to think some of you liked the journey, could you then also please share it with your friends?

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