Unspecific Comparison is a typical Milton Model statement will use words to imply something, and relies on the mind being to busy listening to the next words to really question the truth or logic of the what was just heard. In a classic Milton Model statement, a comparison is made, but does not specify what is being compared with.
|‘You will find yourself changing faster ‘.|
|‘and you may find you are much more relaxed’.|
|‘Every day in every way, you are getting better and better.’|
An unspecified comparison can be identified by asking ‘—-er than what?‘.