You’ve been mind hacked. I’ve been mind hacked. Most of the world has been mind hacked. Are you aware? Are you fighting it? Are you reversing it?
People often rail against the idea that they’re being mind hacked, but they are, and it’s happening every day. Newspapers, television, movies, magazines, churches, everyone around you. They’re all mind hacking you. Well, most of them anyway. Sometimes it’s good, often it’s bad, and you need to know the difference.
You’re probably at least a little aware of the fact that companies are trying to get you to spend money, the government and religion want you to act certain ways, society wants you to behave in certain ways. Messages are coming at you all the time telling you what to wear, how to think and who to be. From your parents and schoolmates right on through your whole life people are trying to put things into your brain.
Awareness is crucial if we ever hope to be a better people living in a better world. We need to really think about all the messages that are coming at us and choose which ones to let in and which ones to reject. Deciding which messages are harmful and fighting them can be difficult, but it’s something that people need to learn to do.
You can also learn to reverse the mind hack. You can think and write and share messages that are positive and go against the mainstream way of thinking and being. People seem more susceptible to negative input, but if enough contradictory input exists, people’s minds can change. You can also choose what messages you accept into your life so you can reverse the damage of the global mind hack.
You may think this sounds silly or like a conspiracy theory, but it’s all true. Everything we take in each day programs us on how to think and act. If we don’t pay attention to what’s coming in, we’re in for a world of hurt. Look around in the world and see what’s happening. It’s partly because people aren’t maintaining awareness of the input they allow. We all need to wake up, think, and learn to control our own minds instead of allowing the media and society do it for us.