Controlling Others

If we have an idea that we do not communicate it never leaves our mind. The whole mind is the source of ideas. If we communicate an idea but it is not understood it never leaves its source. So our understanding makes a copy of the idea and our words communicate the idea into the minds of others when we explain it. If those with whom we share the idea lack understanding then our idea will not be fully realised. We do not need to understand an idea for it to control or influence what we think or feel. Without understanding we can be conditioned to compliantly behave or respond.

Christianity is an example of an idea that can influence or control the thoughts and behaviour of millions of people who may never fully understand what or why they believe. The bible was once used to justify acts of cruelty and violence designed to control the thoughts and behaviour of others. We only need to believe the words of another for them to affect our thoughts or behaviour. We only have to believe an idea is possible for our unconscious minds to be manipulated by the beliefs created to serve that idea. Why do others seek to influence what we think or feel?

In truth what we believe creates and constrains our experienced reality. Governments, religions, media and corporations fight to influence what we think and feel. This is because mankind’s ‘collective mind’ is what creates and sustains reality. In business, the concept of marketing is used to harness this divine force. Marketing promotes beliefs by associating the concepts that are universally valued by mankind with the thing that is marketed. Our collective beliefs and values are then used by marketing companies to support claims regarding the qualities of a product or service.

In order to manipulate our thoughts and behaviour an idea or belief must first enter our mind. Once an idea has entered our mind it can infiltrate or change our existing beliefs. An idea that is in conflict with any belief that defines who we are will be immediately rejected. Therefore in order to be accepted by our minds an idea must not be in conflict with what we believe or value. So marketing and politics rely upon the use of concepts such as ‘love’, ‘reliability’, ‘family’, ‘style’, ‘function’, ‘value’ or anything that is valued by the mind.

Before any mind can be persuaded to accept a new idea there must first be a ‘belief’ that the idea is possible. The mind must also be sure that allowing an idea to enter the mind will not cause harm to or damage to what is required to continue being who we believe we are. If we can be persuaded to believe something is true or possible the operating system that is our mind can be influenced by specific beliefs or ideas. When these ideas come from religion, marketing or government they are intended to manipulate and influence our thoughts in order to influence or control us.

The operating system of our mind is our belief system. The software of our mind is our collective beliefs. An idea that enters the mind is dormant and has no effect on the fertile ground of the whole mind until it is germinated. An idea is just an idea until it is germinated. What an idea needs for its germination is our faith in it. Our faith is given in the moment we believe in ‘it’. Once a belief is created within our mind it trespasses upon the fertile soil of our whole mind. As religion and politics will demonstrate the beliefs will force the mind to fight for the belief’s existence.

If one of us can share our idea with another it can trespass within the minds of others. Our beliefs give creative power to ideas that were created to control our minds and the minds of others. This is how authority, religion, the media, corporations and concepts gain control over our minds and the minds of others. Once created or accepted our beliefs can act like a remote control creating automated and conditioned unconscious responses. Our beliefs have absolute control and influence over our thoughts and behaviours.

For example the criteria for whether or not you accept what is written here will depend on whether or not you ‘believe’ what you are reading. The truth is ‘unlimited’. The truth is what lies beyond ‘all beliefs’. The truth cannot therefore be defined with beliefs. We either know or we do not. If we are experimenting with an idea we may create and use temporary beliefs. In scientific experiments beliefs can be used to temporarily misrepresent the truth in the form of ‘hypotheses’. So rather than having limiting beliefs within the mind the scientific hypothesis creates a safe abode.

The hypothesis can provide a safe and quarantined abode in which ideas and beliefs can exist. That safe abode is a paradigm existing as the hypotheses. A hypothesis is a potential personal belief but it only exists as a possibility. The hypothesis makes the belief conditional upon how true it is when tested with experience. In many cases the hypothesis and experiments are distorted to serve beliefs ensuring a desired result is reported. This is done to influence the minds of others. Polls and research rely upon statistics to create a desired interpretation or meaning to influence beliefs.

What does it matter what others think? As long as we have beliefs within our mind they can control what we think and feel. It is the individual beliefs of mankind that are in conflict. It is the beliefs and not the believers that are the cause of the conflict experienced as war. Archaeological exploration demonstrates that techno-logical evolution is both created by and constrained within beliefs. Throughout history our beliefs have been shown to be nothing more than ‘contextual’ truths. Contextual truth is therefore not the absolute truth.

The seed is not the tree and the tree is not the seed but each is perceived to rely upon the other for their continued survival and existence. We are unlimited. In truth we cannot be defined because each and every definition is by its existence a limitation. To define what we are is to worship limitation. It is a limitation because once we have defined our self our whole belief system will confine our perception of our experience within the limits of that judgement. So if I believe I am no good my mind will create beliefs to ensure my experience supports this judgement.

Our thoughts and behaviours are controlled and influenced by our beliefs. In extreme situations we can experience the power of our beliefs as feelings defined as fear. We are the creator and composer of the fear that we experience within our body. We create this response when we are exposed to what our beliefs have judged to be fearful. What is termed fear is a real feeling. It is a real feeling because we create it with our body’s chemistry. It is the effect of a cause which is our own judgement. Our beliefs ensure that experience remains within the parameters of our own judgement.

Our judgement exists in the form of the beliefs that we are worshipping as truth. So how we feel in any experience ensures that our experience does not prove our beliefs wrong. We are continually creating what we perceive to be reality. Education relies upon universal concepts to define that reality. For science or religion to absolutely define reality is an attempt to control it. Reality can only be controlled by those forces if we believe in them. We are the creative force that creates reality. Science and religion are plagiarising God’s work.

Science and religion do this by misrepresenting truth with hypothesis, doctrine and concepts. God is not to be worshipped because God is what exists beyond all beliefs. We cannot worship what we do not know. We cannot know God if we have defined God with fixed beliefs. All beliefs are definitions existing as limitations. Unlimited and mysterious possibilities can only exist beyond the limitations of our beliefs. The current and ongoing economic and humanitarian crisis is evidence that the belief systems are not the truth and the schools of thought do not know.

Universal beliefs are the most effective method used to control and influence mankind. It is the universal beliefs that create and sustain what is perceived to be reality. What is perceived to be reality is changed if the truth of individual experience leads to the discovery of another possibility. The cause of all wars is the contrasting beliefs that are held by contrasting individual perspectives. Contrasting beliefs now exist in different geographical locations. A way to remove contrasting or conflicting beliefs is now being attempted through the introduction of global standardisation.

Political, humanitarian, economic, environmental, educational and religious standardisation all appear to have an ‘objective’. However, these objectives are not the same and they are not clear. It is not important that all systemic paradigms serve the same objective. If conflict is to be avoided it is essential that they do not exist in conflict. It is clear that in isolation none of the existing concepts can bring lasting peace whilst they are in conflict with others. When conflicting objectives are funded by the same government some objectives will eventually be prioritised over others.

Any school of thought that is in conflict with another school of thought lacks the compassion and understanding to see that ‘in truth’ there can be no conflict. Existential universal compliance would create a form of spiritual slavery. Spiritual slavery is created by any authority that ensures that no one alive can exist outside of the authorised belief system. If all children could be programmed to worship a single belief system then conflict would be impossible. But when we worship a single universal belief system individual creative expression will cease.

Conflicting beliefs systems are the cause of all violent conflict in the world. The biggest threat to the status quo is the new born children that are born into existing systemic paradigms. This is because new born children are unlimited. A new born child is unlimited because there are no beliefs within its mind. This shows that the belief system is ‘unnatural’ and comes from the environment rather than genetic disposition. Without beliefs to constrain our creative expression we are unlimited. The Governments of the world think that standardisation is the answer.

Only the removal of all belief systems from the minds of all children will bring lasting peace. To replace what are perceived to be bad, evil or conflicting beliefs with more ‘appropriate beliefs’ is to replace one disease with another. If possibilities existed outside of the mind in the form of hypothesis they could be tested by the universal participation of all. If what is observed harms no one and conflicts with ‘no-thing’ then these observations can exist as ‘knowledge’ but not as beliefs. Knowledge that is not tested through direct personal experience is ‘a belief’.

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