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Dark Psychology 202

The Advance Secrets of Psychological Warfare, Dark NLP, Dark Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Super Manipulation, Kamikaze Mind Control, Stealth Persuasion and Human Psychology 202
Narrated by: Jim D Johnston
Length: 3 hrs and 24 mins
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You have just picked up the most powerful and life-changing audiobook in the world. By the end of this audiobook, your way of life will be completely different. You will have more power over other people than you ever expected. No one will be able to say no to you. You won't ever lose a battle or argument again. You will be able to get whatever you want and to change people as you see fit. Basically, this audiobook will make you a God. Are you ready for this kind of power?

Dark Psychology 202 is a follow up to the hit book Dark Psychology 101. You will learn even more advance techniques for psychological warfare, mind control, manipulation, persuasion, Dark CBT, deception, and seduction than in the first book. This audiobook will catapult you into the amazing realm of control and power over others. No one will be able to stop you now. Whether you use these dark methods for good or evil is up to you. Certainly these methods are not light and they are not jokes. You will have a lot of lethal power by the time you set this book down. So carefully consider how you want to use this power and what your motives are. Life is a game. The better moves you know, the more likely you are to win at it. You can use this audiobook as a playbook for how to win at life. Be ruthless and don't feel guilty for using the power that you gain from Dark Psychology 202. You deserve whatever you desire.

©2017 Michael Pace (P)2017 Michael Pace

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Don't bother.

Basic and not very informative. No real eye opening techniques. Don't bother. Not worth the credit I paid.

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  • Donald P. Jane
  • 16-09-2017

Basic Psychology Used Unethicly

This is a "How To Do It" book. The author describes how to use basic psychological techniques for selfish and unethical reasons. It is fairly detailed in how to execute basic psychology in selfish and unethical ways. I disagree with the author that these unethical methods will give anyone who reads this book the power to manipulate and control people. Virtually everything he explains would require years of learning and practice. There is so much material covered in the book that it becomes impractical for an individual to accomplish selfish and unethical use of psychology. That is not to say that some of the methods could not be learned and implemented but to master it as an art, well, I just don't think so.

A good many of the methods described are easily visible in society and in no way may be utilized covertly or discreetly. These methods all exist in bad and abusive relationships and the extent to which they might be used on friends, co-workers, or the general population is suspect at best. People in relationships, and cults put up with these overt methods that is a fact, but friends, co-workers, or the general public? I seriously doubt it would be tolerated.

It was an interesting read and several times you get the sense that the author is being somewhat sarcastic. "To do dark psychology you have to convince yourself that it is not wrong, bad, or evil to ruin people's lives so that you may live with the depravity to which you have sunk." Actually that was more of a paraphrase than a quote but it delivers the gist of the delivery. The book has a smooth, easy flow to it especially as read by the Audible narrator. The narrator was excellent and it was well worth the price to add the Audible narration to the book.

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  • Thiago
  • 04-05-2018

awesome!

awesome book, opened my eyes to the people that use this techniques and now I see clearly how it works.

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  • Jovan
  • 26-02-2018

not bad

this book reminds me of 48 laws of power just shorter and less Association with the past.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 29-12-2018

worthless

no tactical use. just simple verbiage explaining of terms. do not buy this. waste of money

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  • anne
  • 10-10-2017

horrible narration

I couldn't listen to the book because the narrators s's are so ear piecing I couldn't listen to the book!! I highly recommend re-doing the audio

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  • James Whitt III
  • 25-02-2019

hated it

not any useful information just the same stuff over and over again nothing new and not informative I was hoping that this will be something special but it was the same old workouts wrap in a different cover

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  • T. Malloy
  • 08-10-2018

His “s”

how this guy says his “s”s hurt my head
I had to turn him off on car rides

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  • Jennifer Hernandez
  • 01-03-2018

Great introduction to psychology.

I also recommend DP 101. if you work in manegment or study Psychology. these books are entertaining and informative.

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  • rodolfo lopez
  • 19-04-2018

Crap

I think they tried to use this bs psychology on me to try to get me to like this book

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  • Anonymous User
  • 24-09-2017

Great listen

All the steps sounds effective, looking forward to trying them out. I've read many books on NLP, the instructions seems precise

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