This fine title is being brought to you by the department of redundancy department. “Unspecified Nouns” and “Unspecified Referential Index” are the same thing. They are both either unspecified people, places, or things.
What is so trancy about that, you ask? Well, whenever the listener has to go inside to wonder what exactly you’re talking about, you take a little slice of their consciousness momentarily. You are also giving them the opportunity to relate what you’ve said to themselves.
It may be a small thing but small things add up.
“People can learn these patterns rapidly.”
“It will be a delightful experience.”
“And you can drop down into that good feeling.”
They are also very useful when doing group trances because when you use unspecified nouns people can interpret what you’re saying in the way that works best for them.
“…and then you step out into the that beautiful place
so peaceful and serene
drink in your surroundings… the colors – so vibrant
listen to the sounds – are there any living creatures nearby?
reach down and feel the textures between your fingers…”
You know, sometimes it’s fun to go out and practice these language patterns on actual people in actual situations. You know? Being respectful, of course. Write out a dozen or so examples first if you like, then go. Be daring. Do it.
Make the world a better place and put smiles on people’s faces. Notice when people are in naturally occurring trance states (elevators, cars, buses, classrooms, waiting rooms, etc.) and just speak. Make casual observances. Like, “Morning. Looks like somebody got some new shoes! Nice! You always feel like a million bucks with new shoes, don’t you? My mother always said, “just stop and realize you can feel good for no good reason.” You know, like when you just don’t care what anybody else thinks and you just find yourself smiling inside? She’s right. It’s nice to do that sometimes, isn’t it? Anyway – this is my floor – have a nice day!”