Friday, May 6, 2011

On Mind-Control and Mental Conditioning

by Anthony Forwood

How can a person tell if they are under the influence of mind-control?

I differentiate the term ‘mind-control’ from mental conditioning, which is what we get through the education system and mass media, and which basically rely on the ability to influence our beliefs, understandings, and thought patterns through repeated exposure to certain ideas. Mind-control, on the other hand, is a more direct influence that relies on physically manipulating our thought processes.

So, how do we know when our thought processes are being directly manipulated through mind-control? The recent incidents of TV commentators uncontrollably speaking gibberish on the air is a perfect example of this effect. It gives us a glimpse of what happens when our minds are being controlled against our will. The commentators were conscious of what was happening, but could do nothing to stop it. But these were blatant instances that were undoubtedly meant to show certain parties that such control is possible. Other more subtle forms of mind-control can occur that are not so easy to detect, even for those who are being affected.

I’ve done a fair amount of study on the mind and the brain, and I’ve learned quite a bit about how autonomic (subconscious) processes can occur without our being aware of them. We spend more of our waking time in a semi-conscious state than we realize, and few of us ever really pay attention to our more subtle reactions to things. We take our minds for granted, and rarely step outside of the conditioning that we’ve come to rely on to deal with events and situations as they arise throughout the day. We’re usually so busy with our lives and personal interests that we don’t really think about the deeper motivations that drive us.

Mind-control, working at a subtle level, will take advantage of this, and allow the controllers to manipulate a person without them even knowing it. Many people who claim to be under the influence of mind-control only become aware of it after they realize that they were acting or thinking in a way that was not natural for them, but many may not realize it at all. How do those who do realize it come to that realization? They do so by becoming more conscious of their thought processes and actions. They wake up from the normal hypnotic state that we all tend to slip into throughout the day.

How can a person defeat the more subtle forms of mind-control?

It’s important that anyone who suspects that they are being directly influenced by physical means (such as with directed energy) begin to analyze their own mental processes, and to become conscious of how these processes operate in a normal, uninfluenced state, and to compare these to those moments when they feel that they were being externally influenced. The mind is a very powerful thing, and although it can be taken over by outside forces and influences, the person who it belongs to is its ultimate master. Because of this, a person still has the capacity to subvert such outside influences when they are at least occurring at a subtle level. But this requires conscious acknowledgement of those influences, and an understanding of what is occurring in the mind (the mental processes) that is influencing the undesired thoughts and actions.

The subconscious is the real powerhouse of the mind. This is the part that directs our mental and physical processes automatically, leaving the conscious part of our minds free to think and to dream. The subconscious is like a computer, and takes input from the user as commands and does its best to fulfill those commands. This is the part that is attacked by the more subtle forms of mind-control.

Understanding how the subconscious works and the power that it has, and beginning to use that knowledge to take better control of our minds will help to defeat mind-control. Prayer works through the power of the subconscious, and anyone who believes in the miracle of prayer will understand this power. Hypnosis also reveals this incredible power, and a person who is under its influence and able to do things that they normally would have been completely incapable of, such as lifting great weights, speaking fluently in languages that they don’t know, or even changing their physical features, attests to this.

The subconscious works on the power of belief. THAT is the key to accessing and using its power. Therefore, first and foremost, to think of yourself as a ‘victim’ is self-defeating, because the very connotation of that word gives the subconscious the command to be one. So NEVER refer to yourself in thought or speech as a victim. Second, NEVER think of the controllers as more powerful than you are. Third, begin to give your subconscious only positive commands, and do this as often as possible, since the subconscious will need constant direction to undo the equally constant negative external influences. Continually tell your subconscious that YOU are the ultimate master of your mind, and direct it to repel outside influences that have not been okayed by your conscious mind. This may sound kind of simplistic, but this actually works. You just have to keep at it. Fourth, analyze your beliefs, and look within them for the weaknesses that might be allowing external influences to have their way. Unfortunately, believing that mind-control is real is self-defeating, but since it is real, it does no good to pretend to deny it. Instead, you must accept the reality of it, but at the same time realize and believe that your mind has the power to withstand at least the subtler influences of this technology.

These points won’t defeat every form of mind-control, but they will work for those of a subtle nature, such as subliminal ‘thought injection’ and directed energy attacks on certain neurological functioning.

Jesus taught that we should look for the power of God within ourselves and not through some outside force, and this is what he was essentially talking about. The subconscious holds the greatest power within us. It’s up to us to be the masters of ourselves.

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