|Although we prize ourselves as humans for
having choice and freewill, we apparently come into our human form with a number of
programs that are intended to be our best shot at preparing us for life on Earth. These
programs are not chosen and have a great deal of control over us. Savvy individuals have
used their knowledge of this human pre-programming to exert considerable control over us.
These programs can be named (to use a list based on a recent book):
There are many suggested sources of these programs including parts of the brain, conditioning, space implants, etc.
The interesting point is that these are powerful controllers of our behaviour and that they can act outside our will and consent. Newsmen have long used these concepts to get us to read their stuff. For example: 'Police close local sex parlour!'
This one probably appeals to power, sex and territory. The point is that such events activate our programs and we 'have to respond'. In one interpretation, our brains have been stimulated at a base, unconscious, level and we put aside our 'reason' and are impelled by our brains to act in a certain, pre-programmed way.
We do, of course, vary in the strength with which we are impelled by these programs. Some are very high and others could be almost non-existent. Yet when one of these programs goes off in full swing it is very difficult to be rational.
By knowing about these programs and recognising them when they fire, we can do something about their effect.
When Dickens had David Copperfield's caretakers came to take him from his Aunt, it wasn't reason which impelled her to drive them away, it was their donkeys on her land. They had invaded her TERRITORY and she responded with anger and violence towards them.
If something about the other activates our SEX program then we no longer find that person's views unacceptable, or their choice of dress or occupation offensive, but we find them overall attractive and agreeable, and we sometimes do something that later - perhaps years later - we come to regret.
Many people in the self development movement are interested in the PURPOSE of life - what it all means, and where we came from. Are we spirits? Are we bodies? Yet this appears to be program or a deep brain function which impels us to make sense of our lives in some way. Those with an overdeveloped sense of purpose often do things, which if their reason were active they would not. Witness the regret of those who joined strange cults and did things, which in hindsight seem to them to be ridiculous.
Some people worry about burglars and losing their jobs to an inordinate degree. Reason and common sense do not seem to help them. When our SECURITY or SURVIVAL programs are in full swing we are concerned about little else.
These programs are a best guess by our designer to enable us to live well in our present lives. To give us a jump start. But they do not always work out well, when they are not controlled by reason. They make survival for animals more likely, but in our human society they can also cause the most unpleasant things. Serial killers are often motivated by POWER. Wars sometimes result over TERRITORY. We have relationships with undesirable people because of SEX. We join and are manipulated by strange cults because of PURPOSE.
Those who understand these things can play us like a fiddle, getting just the response from us that suits their (sometimes bad) purpose.
We can, of course, get some sort of control over these programs, which are good in intent, but not always good in terms of results, and future consequences. If we didn't have these programs life would be dull or non-existent. Yet we need to come to terms with their negative implications and learn to 'play' them for our own benefit and pleasure
The first step is in recognising that an implant has been activated and that our Reason is being threatened. Dealing with them by naming them has long been known as a powerful control technique. By recognising them and recognising that they are not part our conscious control and choice, we can gain more control over them. We can let them go full swing when we have decided this is good. And move onto another program if we think they are not appropriate on this occasion.
By seeing that they are not 'us' but something implanted or part of our brains, we can reduce their power and decide to let them run or not - thus gaining more freewill.
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