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    Watch Out You'll Get The Virus

    https://youtu.be/Solb9uA-tgQ

    The title on this thread is a phrase identified as a negative heterosuggestion from this 1963 audiobook.

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    Re: Watch Out You'll Get The Virus

    Should be a cure for insomnia, I've been looking for.

    Just kidding, sort of, looks very interesting.
    Well over 90 percent of the people Hitler locked up were Germans. Only 2 to 3 percent were Jews and most of those Jews were elevated to concentration camp kapos.

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    Re: Watch Out You'll Get The Virus

    I am only 2 hours into it myself.

    Point being when someone gives you a suggestion that you don't outright reject your subconscious will take the ball and run.

    A relative passed a few years back. Turned out the property line with a neighbor was off by an acre and a half (in the neighbors favor). The neighbor disputed the claim and the estate was not going to be settled while the dispute was active

    The executor of the estate issued a quit claim deed describing the parcel and in the second paragraph gave the neighbor permission to remove the fence.

    The suggestion to remove the fence was effective because that is what he did several years later. He did not replace it. And the fence was his only claim to the land while half the fence was the only thing the estate possessed. The quit claim deed was valid for the fence but not for the land. Quit claiming something you don't possess is misleading.

    Sometimes a suggestion is more effective than a directive.

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