Brainwashing, supply and demand

"FACING THE TRUTH – we choose to do things we know are not true and know that they are not good or right for us. We then want, expect and or demand a cure, or some form of healing or a book or a guru or assembly to remove all of this without once considering the affect that we have had on ourselves and others over time. Worse still, there are those who blame all others for their predicament. And much worse are those who blame God or believe that it is His doing in some way."

Serge Benhayon The Way of Initiation, p 27

We love to blame others for our bad choices for example blame the drug dealers for supplying the drugs, but what would happen if nobody wanted to buy them in the first place? This audio looks at how we are responsible for our choices and that true solutions can be found in addressing the demand rather than only critiquing the supply.

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Brainwashing, supply and demand

Science has proven there is no such thing as brainwashing – so what is really going on and why do we have that term?

"We know the pull a need has for all those things we are addicted to or crave: the need to shop, drink alcohol, take drugs (all forms), etc. A need is far more insidious than what we call an addiction. The addiction is the physiological demand, which in-truth is powered by the need. This is a clue to overcoming addictions: look for the original emotional need!

Once the addiction is won over, one should immediately address the emotional need. If not, fighting the addiction becomes the focus of the energy in one’s life, instead of freeing oneself from the emotional pain that created the need that lead to the addiction in the first place. "

Serge Benhayon The Way It Is, p 308

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