Why The Confusion? (Life As We Speak)
This is a very well-known statement that deliberately urges the participants of the situation to get out of the current complexity and uneasiness which they are in.
While two or more sides are involved within a situation where agreement and smooth operation is not at hand, the word ‘confusion’ is absolutely not the best choice if the intention is to come out of the situation and have a new one as the experience. The speaker of this statement attempts to state that ‘there must be better ways to come to an agreement and to solve whatever there is to solve and work out’.
The people who listen to this statement think of the precise confusion, whether it has been there before the statement or not. Their entire next mental activities revolve around the word confusion and its implications.
By using this statement, the speaker is reminding himself or herself that ‘confusion’ is at hand and possible; and the more that statement is used, the more everyone’s minds will dwell upon the possibility and existence of ‘confusion’. This, later on, becomes a habit to assign the meaning of the word ‘confusion’ towards more situations in life.
It gets placed in the front row seats of ‘the chosen and most used definitions’; so, the speaker believes more widely and more often in the existence of confusion.
He or she and the listeners will get this seed word and turn it upside-down in the mind, attempting to figure out the unclarity, its meaning and its relation to his or her current situation. In case where there has not been a connection to the current situation, a new connection will be found and/or invented between the word ‘confusion’ and its essence to their current affairs.
This in itself builds the ground-base and reality for having confusion here and now. The intention of the speaker is in fact to untangle any complexity and get all sides on track where they comprehend each other and listen and work together as one unit.
Better results for the objective of the speaker are created by using the following statements: ‘Let’s comprehend each other.’, ‘We can find an agreement shortly.’, ‘I can feel the solution and the agreement.’, ‘We are here to simplify and to move forward.’ or ‘We can easily come to common ground.’.
All those seed words and expressions such as: ‘Comprehend’, ‘Find’, ‘Agreement’, ‘Solution’, ‘Simplify’, ‘Easily’ and ‘Move forward’ contribute greatly to this situation and direct and help the mental wheels to turn towards a very comforting and satisfying result, experienced by all sides.
In order to guide the minds of the listeners towards dwelling upon the intended objective, the speaker must choose his or her words and expressions carefully and maintain the vision within the statement.
The minds in the room or the surrounding area should be guided towards the subconscious dwelling upon the desired result; and, in this case, that means coming towards an agreement and solving the case with ease. The word ‘confusion’ is removed from the mind of the wise ones and makes room for words such as ‘Comprehension’, ‘Agreement’, ‘Solution’ and ‘Harmony’.
The person who holds those words and uses them frequently will vividly feel the direct impact of those life- and joy-supporting words and will live their greatness.
GUIDE YOUR LISTENERS TOWARDS THE DESIRED SOLUTION BY PLANTING THE SOLUTION WITHIN YOUR EXPRESSIONS.
From: Life As We Speak by Danny Oceans