It Is Imperative That We Wake Up…
and recognise the illusions

The DNA of the mind; the genetic information and characteristics – physical or mental – that are passed from one generation to another.

How easily we conform to being manipulated, and then pass this behaviour on to others.

The Milgram experiment shows how people, against their better judgement, obey someone in a white coat who instructs them to inflict electrical shocks on another person. This was a staged experiment using actors; an unsuspecting participant was told to inflict pain on an unseen individual as a ‘punishment’ for an incorrect answer to a question. No pain was actually caused, but the person who pushed the switch did not know this – and despite believing that they were causing pain, people still complied with the commands they were given.

The video below shows how this procedure is applied today with the objective of creating compliance to those in uniform who use humiliation and intimidation. This compliance is passed on by us as we are led to believe and obey – often against our better judgement.

When we conform to be uniformed, we consent to losing our freedom under the guise of there being danger and evil lurking everywhere. It is us who give the authority to the ‘authorities’: this is obedience training, just like Pavlov’s dogs.

If we want to change the world for the better, then we have to start now. We must first look deep within our own mind to see what drives it, and then do what we can to be of benefit to the outer world.

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  1. Ben Naga says:

    Reblogged this on Ben Naga and commented:
    If not now then when?

  2. smilecalm says:

    a touching
    encouragement 🙂

  3. In the experiment the subjects were encouraged to do things that they would not otherwise do, to hurt others, by being subjected to increasing pressure verbally to conform. The control of the society is often a lot more subtle. An example is the use of ‘reality’ tv programmes as a daily opiat, filling up lives with useless entertainment whilst the real issues are monitored by the minority. Another example is the constant bombardment of advertising leading people to want, not need things that they then go into debt to won, tying them in to a cycle of work to pay debt. There are so many examples, subtle and not so distractions and manipulations, encouraging you to buy to fill others pockets, or distracting you from the real issues of life. Always to suit the agendas of others, but playing on the weaknesses of human psychology.
    Yes I agree we need to look up and see what is going on, but for many the reason to do so is just not seen.

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