Dark psychology is one of the most powerful forces at work in the world today. It is used by the most powerful influencers the world has ever known. Those who are unaware of it risk having it used against them. Don't run that risk!
In his book entitled Dark Psychology 101, author Michael Pace offers a cutting-edge distillation of some of the most powerful principles in the world of dark psychology. Each chapter explains an aspect of dark psychology in a way which is understandable for a layman with no specialist scientific knowledge. Ideas are illustrated with examples to make the task of understanding dark psychology easier. In addition, the book contains case studies and useful profiles on the types of people who make use of this "black magic" in their everyday lives. You will be also shown how you can apply the principles of dark psychology if you choose to.
Please be warned, this book is not for the faint of heart or the weak of mind. Once you have lifted the curtain on the world of dark psychology, there is no going back. You will have an understanding of human nature that few have ever obtained. With great power comes great responsibility.
©2015 Michael Pace (P)2015 Michael Pace
Bit short. More detail and more content would be good. More examples of how to implement the ideas.
"Discount Robert Greene as Read by Some Stiff."
If you are interested in the topics presented in this book, then I strongly recommend that you read the works of Robert Greene instead. Michael Pace repeats himself too much and says too little. The narrator here is a bit emotionless for my taste as well.
Terrible book agenda driven against nlp gurus in particular. Nothing to be gained by buying this so I advise a move to the next option people
This is the best book I ever bought. All the concepts were well explained and examples were provided to help you more readily identify it in everyday life. I would HIGHLY recommend it.
"Not at all what I expected"
Very lame. The intro leads you to believe it was really going to be "dark". The author actually tells you, "you are warned." I was very disappointed.
"Ehhh... Mostly general knowledge"
I have listened to other titles by Pace, and they seem to be repeats of this title. I can never say never, but I was looking for something that was more in-depth.
Sure, I am not one to disregard an author based on a single title... The topics discussed are general knowledge, but maybe to some of the more naive, the discussion of these psychological tactics would be eye-opening. Just this book wasn't for me, as anyone that has a couple of semesters of college psychology already understand many of these techniques.
Again, the topics discussed are valid and would shed some light to people that haven't had some psychology classes in college... I love psychology and even made it my minor. I was looking for more in-depth discussion and examples, but then again people are quite simple beings (have some inherent and predictable triggers) even though all of us don't want to admit it or flat out deny it.
"Not what I thought"
interesting, but was only an introduction to wall type of mind control. A dictionary of sorts.
"Waste of time"
Repeats itself and doesn't explain much. The writer tells you what people do but do not share how to do anything. Very misleading.
"enjoyed by myself"
Definitely worth my time. listening to it for a 7th time today. helpful if you enjoy expanding your mind.
Some things I k ew and some things I didn't think until I read it. I like the chapter about dating seduction and media brainwashing. I wish those chapters were much longer.
the reader had a slight lisp with his s pronounciation. that was somewhat distracting but a good listen for sure
"An Interesting Listen."
The power is neutral... neither good nor evil. You determine it's use. Enjoy listening mate.
"Useful, easy to understand "
I thought it was a good general introduction to the concept of dark psychology. The writer could have used more case studies and anecdotal examples throughout the chapters to make his teachings less general and more memorable, rather than leave them to the end.
All in all, I would recommend a read through. I found it useful and interesting.
i'm going to listen to this a few times,just like dark nlp >:) useful info
I learned from it some I'd had known already and Jim is a narrator may read again.
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