Mind control comes in a variety of forms and if it isn't necessary to keep you informed on what really matters, there will always be some group to get you to think about what doesn't. My seven-year-old child has enough sense to know when someone is up to no good on TV. He has even said to me, "Mom, they are trying to use mind control." I asked him, "How do you know this?" He said, "I saw it in a cartoon I was watching."
Believe it or not, there is good mind control--the kind that motivates you to do more with your life. From personal goals to achieving great things, there are many aids to usher you in beneficial directions. But then there is mindless, bad, and crazy mind control that does nothing more than steal, kill and destroy you and others! If you don't bother to think about what you have been exposed to lately that might keep you in a depressed, angry, or rude mood, then you aren't living your life to the fullest and most likely are making others miserable around you. Disconnect from your toxic programming as a result of misguided relatives, leaders, friends, the television, music, and more, so that you won't continue in foolish teachings and while spreading your poison to others.
Here's how you can undo some wicked programming that you and others know has you caught in a mindless cycle of confusion and dysfunction:
1. Begin to read empowering books. The kind that enlighten you to the problems you know about or others have shared with you. Sometimes people tell us just what they are by doing things like: blaming us, covering up what they do, lying, name-calling, and other destructive things. Reverse the curse and do some background study on these troubled folks.
2. Spend some quiet time doing nothing. You will be surprised at your thoughts and how you really are when you spend time alone. When you experience some negative things, learn to confront evil and embrace good. You won't be able to do this if you have no positive spiritual insight. So take the Christian up on his or her offer to accept Jesus as your personal savior (if you haven't already) and begin to study one of the wisest books known to man, the Holy Bible. Also, know this if you are one who believes the holy book is mere fairy tales, then consider the many archaeological studies that back up the Bible's claims. It might be time for you to start performing some world history research. If you don't want to bother doing that, then don't bother making arguments you are unwilling to dismantle (not for others), but for the self within you that rejects the gospel of Christ. It will take faith to believe in an Almighty God and His teachings; however, mere logic and reasoning won't help you in the long-term. Pray for guidance.
3. Give yourself permission to say, "No" to what parents and others in media and elsewhere have told you about yourself and groups (race, gender, sexual preference, religion, culture...) Did they say you were stupid, ugly, crazy, wild, moody, strange, weird, would never be...could never get? It's time to undo their programming whether they were saying these things in jest or not about you and others. You will be surprised as you learn more about yourself just how much negative programming you have embraced over the years.
4. Stop assuming the worse in others. Most likely, you have personal prejudices that are keeping you from spiritually, mentally, and physically growing. Don't keep the hate within going by supporting equally prejudice mentors, teachers, and others.
5. Renounce all oaths taken including the ones you are no longer respecting or living up to. The truth is when you take an oath your are promising something that one day you will not to stick to. If it isn't anything that is bringing out the best in you and is keeping you enslaved to a group mentally and physically, time to let it go!
6. Remove any people and things that keep telling you things like, "You are changing...What happened to old you? I don't think I like this new you. Why you talk about God so much? What's wrong with you?" Keeping these so-called friends around will hinder you from escaping mindless mind control.
7. Get teaching tools and formulate a support system that will hold you accountable. There is much on the Internet like apps that will keep you organized, remind you of things you need to do, and will assist in elevating you mentally, spiritually, and physically, so do take advantage of them.
People who watch what they eat, what they listen to, where they go, who they connect to, and more are usually the ones who do well in life and have many around them who appreciate and respect them. Do you know what your purpose is in life and are you living up to it? Come up out of mindless mind control!
Nicholl McGuire enlightens individuals to their personal life challenges on YouTube channel: nmenterprise7