The perception of freedom….

book“It is important to understand the desire to condemn or approve, to justify or compare for it is this desire that prevents the full comprehension of the whole being. Krishnamurti”

Many people think the choices we make are under our control. A lot of the time we have a false sense of reality towards what is really in our control. If you were given a set amount of choices to pick from, what you choose may give you a sense of freedom. Feeling like the next step is YOUR decision to make, but these choices you have available to you are already predestined. You cannot be free in a mental prison,  You might not see your cage but you have it implanted in your everyday lifestyle. We all follow a certain protocol for substance and assurance, to go with the flow in terms that is widely used to just to keep you in the dark. This frame of mind is mental control, it allows you to perceive freedom as a multiple choice question with only one right answer. The dog has a leash, you can feed the dog or not seems like a choice, but the dog was placed there making it impossible NOT to feed it, unless it will die. The idea of saying i can feed the dog now or later is not a choice at all, but we perceive the options on the control rather than the control itself. We have been taught this type of mental slavery since Sigmund Freud and Edward Bernays in the art of public manipulation, which led people to believe something that can kill them was a MUST have item The big tobacco company was one of these examples.

 Control is an Illusion”  by Patrick B. McGrath, Ph.D.

(Edward Bernays) The art of public manipulation:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiKMmrG1ZKU

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“The Greatest form of control is where you think you’re free, when you’re being fundamentally manipulated and dictated to. One form of dictatorship is being in a prison cell and you can see the bars and touch it. The other one is sitting in a prison cell but you can’t see the bars so you think you’re free” David Icke

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