Unplug Yourself: How Advertising and Entertainment Shapes Your Subconscious

Try an amazing experiment: Unplug the TV for 6 months, or a year or two. If you can do this, you will see just how insulting it is, on multiple levels. Try to make that next time happen somewhere else.
Everything is insulting, from the content to the advertising, including the “news”, sports and the weather report.
Not only does media promote blind consumerism, every human weakness and all negative human traits. They also push the UN agendas, lies and deceptions.
The media is called programming because it is used to program the viewer’s brain. Their tricks are many …and devious. Reportedly, there are a lot of embedded images in any images of ice or liquid.
While it is clear that much of the advertising is paid for by businesses, the government is a heavy advertiser, as well. Anytime you hear something from the Ad Council, there will usually be a government agency participating in the ad.

Unplug Yourself: How Advertising
and Entertainment Shapes Your Subconscious

Andre Evans – NaturalSociety
January 11, 2012

control 210x133 Unplug Yourself: How Advertising and Entertainment Shape Your Subconscious

They say the subconscious is more powerful than the conscious. Usually, people are more influenced by their innate subconscious desires or intent than a rational and planned decision. This aspect of human nature is heavily influenced by your daily activity.


How Corporations Influence Your Subconscious

In western society, the subconscious mind of the individual is often subject to a number of heavy influences, through entertainment mediums especially. Television, movies, and music create a profound subconscious effect on the human mind that influences and dictates the choices that they will make to at least some degree.

If you see a certain car advertisement, whether or not you rationally decide your stance on it, you are being pre-programmed to at least accept or acknowledge any claims made by the advertisement itself.

Likewise, the choice of television shows and dramatic elements appearing on TV have a psychological influence on those who watch them. According to statistics, by age 18 the average American youth will have seen over 200,000 simulated acts of violence. The glorification of drug and alcohol use predisposes an individual to rationally accept and sometimes consent to these actions.

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