From the list of traits for an ooze, the mindless trait says that a creature with the mindless trait possesses
No Intelligence score, and immunity to all mind-affecting effects (charms, compulsions, phantasms, patterns, and morale effects).
While it's possible to affect creatures that are only immune to mind-affecting effects with mind-affecting spells or powers, mindless creatures seem to be a larger set of creatures than those that are only immune to mind-affecting effects. I'm looking at the Bypass Mental Defenses mythic path ability from Psionics Augmented: Mythic Psionics. It reads:
Bypass Mental Defenses (Su): When manifesting a power or using a class feature with the mind-affecting descriptor, you can expend one use of mythic power to affect creatures immune to mind-affecting effects and ignore abilities that apply their benefit only against mind-affecting effects, such as barred mind, as long as the creature being targeted is not mindless.
Is there is a way to affect mindless creatures with mind-affecting spells or powers?
Answers can include 3rd-party Pathfinder material, but nothing from D&D 3.5e.