Mind Control Techniques

Mind Control Techniques.  What do you think of when you hear that phrase?

To some folks mind control techniques means conspiracy theories about the government trying to beam messages embedded in microwaves in to people’s skulls to make them comply.

To others, it means techniques to control or manipulate someone else to get them to say or do what you want them to say or do.

I remember having friends get offended and try to accuse me of doing evil whenever I’d tell them about mind control techniques I was learning.

While there are always going to be people who misuse a technology, the idea of self mind control has been around for thousands of years.

Here are some Mind Control Techniques, and I will go over them individually in future posts, so be sure to stay tuned:

  1. Any form of hypnosis or self-hypnosis.  This is not just “formal hypnosis” like most people think of.  It includes any type of conditioning, including repetitive training for a specific response.
  2. The giving or removing of approval in order to influence another person’s actions.    Even so-called “religious” people who will condemn you for learning about mind control do this sort of thing all the time.
  3. NLP Anchoring techniques – again, a form of a conditioned response.
  4. Any type of ritual for a specific outcome.  For instance, in ritual magick (if that’s your thing), the Pentagram banishing ritual is to clear out everything that is not wanted.  In other words, focus, clarity, well-formed outcomes.
  5. Energy Medicine techniques can be considered mind control technologies in that they help to get your 3 minds (at the very least) hooked up properly.
  6. Repetition is a form of conditioning.  The news media does this one all the time.
  7. The use of music and radiant energies to enhance learning is a form of mind control.
  8. The use of multi-sensory layers for learning and experience and decision making…  This is why audio-visual materials are so popular along with “hands-on” types of training.

So you see the topic can be either positive or negative, based on how it is used.

Here’s a thought from the study of Huna:  Where there is no hurt, there is no sin.

If you do no harm to your neighbor and you do no harm to yourself, then by all means go for what it is you want to have an experience in life.  And do your best to create a situation where the other person benefits and is better of for having been in your circle of influence.

So while there actually IS a “dark history” associated with the field of mind control there is also the study of mind control for the improving of one’s own skills.  To learn faster.  To do tasks more efficiently.  To enjoy and excel at a given area of study or expertise.

In future articles I will go over some of the ways you can use mind control for good or evil.

Some folks would question my motives for doing that.

But think about it for a moment.  You can not defend against a knife attack unless you first understand how to use a knife.

You can not use a knife to heal unless you first understand how to use a knife.

You can not even use a knife to eat your dinner unless you first understand how to use a knife.

So stay tuned for future articles.

We are going to have fun!


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