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Brainwashing. The Trickster Of Mind Control

Many readers of my blog asked me to help them with liberating from mind control. Therefore I have decided to publish a couple of articles about this topic. Firstly, learn what brainwashing is.

Our goal is to be happy in all dimensions: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. If our mental happiness is at risk, action has to be taken. Mind control is one of the biggest dangers for your mental wellbeing. It has an impact on your thoughts, which, as you know, create your reality. Therefore, you need to take action in order to stop mind control.

What Is Mind Control

Mind control (also known as brainwashing, reeducation, brainsweeping, coercive persuasion, thought control, or thought reform) is a general term for a number of controversial theories proposing that an individual’s thinking, behavior, emotions or decisions can, to a greater or lesser extent, be manipulated arbitrarily by outside sources.


Techniques Of Mind Control

There are many techniques of mind control. I describe only some of them because the topic is so broad that you could write a book. Plus you would be overwhelmed with negativity. Today you will meet brainwashing.


Brainwashing as a term and modern concept originated in the Korean War, when American prisoners of war who had been incarcerated by the Chinese returned to America espousing communist ideals. This was particularly frightening at the time as the specter of the communist Russian USSR, with its escalating nuclear capability, was causing ‘red under the bed’ paranoia, and the thought of Americans being converted to communism against their will was terrifying for many.


Now let’s learn some techniques of brainwashing. It is a process of the following stages:

1. Assault on Identity

The entities performing mind control will try to persuade you of not being who you think you are. This is a systematic attack on your sense of self (also called your identity or ego) and your core belief system.

The entity denies everything that makes you whole. For example “You are not a good mother.” “You are not a man.” and anything else you identify with is questioned. You are under constant attack for days, weeks or months, to the point that you become exhausted, confused and disoriented. In this state, your beliefs seem less solid. Apart from sects, all commercials and ads do the same on a subtle level.

2. Guilt

It assumes that you are bad. You are facing an overwhelming sense of guilt by mercilessly repeated attacks the subject for any “sin” you have committed, large or small. There is also destructive criticism used here. In the sects and some religions, you are brainwashed as “sinful”

3. Self-Betrayal

The brainwasher gives you the message: agree with me that you are bad. In the religious sects and sometimes corporations, once you are disoriented and drowning in guilt, the mind-controlling entity forces you to denounce your family, friends and peers who share the same “wrong” belief system that you hold.

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4. Breaking Point

After questioning your beliefs, the brainwashing entity brings you in the state of questioning your self. You start asking questions: Who am I, where am I and what am I supposed to do? With your identity in crisis, experiencing deep shame and having betrayed what you have always believed in, you may undergo what in the lay community is referred to as a “nervous breakdown.”

It may involve uncontrollable sobbing, become depressed and disoriented, feeling completely lost and alone. At this point, the brainwashing entity sets up the temptation to convert to another belief system that will save the target from his misery.

­­5. Leniency

The mind-controlling entity pretends to be helpful in a state of crisis. They may offer you a drink of water, or free training so that you may experience a sense of relief and gratitude completely out of proportion to the offering.

6. The Urge To Confess

You are faced with the contrast between the guilt and pain of identity assault and the sudden relief of leniency, feeling a desire to reciprocate the kindness offered to you, and at this point, you may present the possibility of confession as a means to relieving guilt and pain.

7. Channelling Of Guilt

The first stages of brainwashing lead the victims of mind control to a state where they have lost their meaning. They are not sure of doing something wrong, but being convinced of it. Therefore, something of a blank slate emerges which needs to be filled in. The brainwashing entity attaches guilt again, a sense of “wrongness,” to whatever they want.

Guilt is attached to the belief system the brainwasher is trying to replace. The victim starts to believe it this new belief system that is the cause of his or her shame. The contrast between old and new has been established: The old belief system means psychological (and usually physical) agony, while the new one enables to escape this state.

8. Releasing Of Guilt

The victim of mind control starts arguing: “It’s not me; it’s my beliefs”. He or she feels a relief learning that there is an external cause of his or her wrongness and that they can escape it. If you are the victim of brainwashing, all that you have to do is denounce the people and institutions associated with that belief system so that pain will vanish. The victims of brainwashing confess everything to the entity performing mental experiments on them.

­9. Progress And Harmony

The entity installing mind control introduces a new belief system as the path to “good.” At this stage, abuse is stopped and physical comfort together with mental calm is offered, provided that you accept the new belief system. As the victim of brainwashing, you have to choose your fate, having already denounced your old belief system in response to leniency and to­rment.

10. Final Confession And Rebirth

The victim of brainwashing eventually says: “I choose the good”, following the new ideas installed by the entity performing mind control. You cling to the new belief like a life preserver rejecting the old one and pledge allegiance to the new one because it is going to make your life better. There are often rituals or ceremonies to induct the converted victim of mind control into his new community. It is a standard met in the sects and other religious communities, Free Masons or some corporations.

In a Nutshell

Today you have learnt what mind control is. I have described the brainwashing technique and all its stages. My next article will discuss the remaining techniques, so stay tuned to this website and visit it in a couple of days.


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