Why not being under mind control with e-learning?

An interesting question passed around at a party or among friends this Friday: How do you determine if you’re under mind control?

The fact is that you just cannot know, as everything you are doing could be a response that fits perfectly into another persons plans. If you take that as a possibility you could simply just give up and settle with the fact that NOTHING is truly within your control, think twice as there is a healthier option. Just ask yourself: “Am I acting or am I reacting?”

If you are reacting then you are respond to something outside of your control and trying to gain some control back, which is a potential sign of some form of mind control. Since no one likes to feel powerless and out of control the solution is to do something intentional and positive, that is NOT a response to the external environment.

The emphasize is on the word “positive” because an intentional negative/destructive act has to act on or destroy something pre-existing which would be something to which you are reacting.

It is important to note that this is much harder that it might seem, because it requires four qualities that most “sheeple” find hard to implement.

They are:

1) Thought

In general people don’t like to think. Sadly, but true this is why we have an unconscious (reactive) mind, that will do most of our actions for us. Most of us rely on it too much, in the wrong way and allow it to dictate our every move by letting our emotions guide us. Be aware that the advertisers, politicians, spouses and other manipulators know this and often seek to control you by fear, anger, threats and frustration. Thought requires you determining what would be your best emotional response. And acting upon it.

2 ) Creativity

Creativity can be difficult as it requires taking action that is not linked to some external stimulus. This requires thought, but one can train themselves and their unconscious mind to be very creative. Think of what Salvador Dali was able to do – nothing he did in the field of art could easily be compared to anything prior to him and the same was true with his life. Therefor, find something that will inspire your creativity and indulge into it.

3) Action

Action takes effort as people tend not to act and instead react by conserving their energy. What they do not understand is that by taking creative action in the manner described, actually creates energy. Going back to Salvador Dali as an example: his life was full of energy that he created and  when his peers in the high brow field of art tried to control him he would turn his response into a new form of performance art. By doing this he would baffle the people trying to influence him and entertain everyone else. With little efforts anyone who has determination can do this.

4) Courage

Why courage – you might wonder? Because when people recognize that they cannot control you through, fear and anger, they will severely escalate their attempts through threats and maybe even violence. To free yourself from any form of mind control is not an easy task, but then nothing so rewarding is easy.

People’s most base desires for control and then turn the whole process into one of creating greater freedom, flexibility and joy is the goal toward which every free individual should aim.

Having described all above pre-conditions to have a free mind is essential for becoming a healthy individual mentally, and with this influence your overall wellbeing. By learning to enable your skills, you are opening a way to enrich yourself with new skills and knowledge.

E-learning is based on thought, creativity, action < a href=”″>courage principle. You can achieve much more if you gain these stages of your mind development and improve your knowledge, understanding of things and gain wellbeing.


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