When you’ve learned how to plant seeds in the back of someone’s mind where it grows by itself, you can make it even more powerful by tackling the ‘guardian’ of their mind so that the seeds sink in unconsciously and grow completely without of the subject’s awareness.
This principle (access state principles) is actually quite simple. It requires you to present a suggestion, then distract their attention in some way and while they’re distracted, you let the original idea go.
You can use the technique of seeding ideas so that you can come back to another idea over and over again, and each time distracting their attention, while coming back to the original idea which has grown to become very powerful. x