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Cultural Conditioning Can Cause Death

jar of pickled onionsSubconscious mind conditioning can be an extremely dangerous thing…

…not just to you, but to others, including those whom you love – well… those you are supposed to/claim to love.

Take a look at this article: Teenage girl, 15, and her 18-year-old boyfriend killed by train while holding hands in suicide pact ‘because they couldn’t be together for cultural reasons’.

I quote: “The pair left a video about why they couldn’t be together because of ‘cultural and family issues'”

Religious, family and cultural issues can contribute to this type of shocking and terrible waste of being because they are so deeply rooted in our subconscious minds, and thus exert a powerful and pervasive control over our lives. Such cultural conditioning/social conditioning is usually received in childhood, and well before the mind is able to make reasoned and sensible decisions. In other words, we get ‘pickled’ in whatever our parents, family and significant others decide to ‘program’ us with. A pickled onion tastes of vinegar, not onions. Early subconscious mind conditioning can mean that we go through our entire lives thinking a whole load of crap and inflicting ourselves and beliefs upon other people, often believing we are doing the right/best thing.

So, what is the antidote?

It starts with a genuine desire to seek and find truth and wisdom, regardless of our own opinions.

Yes, the ‘price’ is steep.

But it’s worth it.

If you dare.

PS: The term ‘multiculturalism’ is often bandied about today as being a good thing, especially by the ‘politically correct’ brigade. While there are some good aspects to different cultures (and experiencing them), there can be a whole lot of bad – hate, discrimination, murder and more.