Unplug Your Soul: How Advertising and Entertainment Shapes Your Subconscious

January 14, 2012

By Andre EvansNatural Society

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 our 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.

The human self image is psychologically manipulated. When you compare yourself to a famous individual or a person who is depicted as ‘successful’, you may be setting yourself up to subconsciously feel less valuable from the comparison. This subconscious act creates people who are wildly insecure about their physical and mental image.

Romance and sex is also psychologically implanted through advertisements and drama. The use of sex appeal to sell products is obvious. Similarly, dramatic scenes of love and romantic feelings often prey on the human desire to feel loved, and will program an individual to act or react to those situations in certain ways. Displays of sexual suggestiveness and simulated depictions of sexual relations in media all contribute to influencing increased sexual activity in young people.

Its not just television and movies either. With internet advertising, viral videos depicting most of these things in horrific detail, and video games, a horde of negative media pervades over society. This power of subconscious influence guides and decides the goals, desires, and opinions of each individual.

A blurring of reality with fiction occurs in this scenario, where the individual is influenced to orient themselves in alignment with these false goals and aspirations that are implanted into them through these mediums. In extreme cases, their ability to distinguish reality from fiction is impaired, and culminates in some explosive form. If you add drugs to the entire equation (legal or illegal), you may end up with self destruction.

Unplug Yourself from Subconscious Influence

Of course, if you are at least aware of the psychological programming, you can intellectually dissent to it, despite the fact that its continued appearance will dull your senses to how serious the programming actually is. People who are exposed to simulated violence, sex, substance abuse, and drama often become upset, whereas the average person may simply accept these things as easily as they have incrementally conditioned to lose perspective.

It’s highly important to be aware of the psychological programming that occurs on a daily basis. People are taught to live in a simulated reality, with pre determined goals, aspirations, and false expectations. Unplug yourself and others from this form of subconscious influence, thereby unlocking your full potential- rather than being unconsciously controlled by a vague ideal or false images.

 


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  • Charles E. Woods II

    I used to be so upset that given my financial circumstances that I could not afford the pricey cable, satellite, mobile and internent connections that it seemed everyone else could- the masses; according to advertisements I was seeing on my limited access to mass media anyway! Now, my internet access is limited to public access points; a computer room in the apartment building I live in with net nanny programs that block porn and some other sites that I don’t care for anyhow, plus the local public library. Thus, I’,m not being “mind-fucked” as the article claims- like the rest of the unwashed masses that are also so easily tricked into thinking that they have to chase every dollar and every day is meant to get “one upman-ship” on somebody else at which the otherwise fake satisfaction is never acheived. And please, pardon my foul language, I apoligize. However, sometimes that “F” word just drives an idea home like cold-cocking somebody in the mouth! Otherwise it is benath me intellectually to use such vernacular.
    Its one thing to be economically poor, but one’s intellect doesn’t have to suffer.

  • BOSucks

    we need to unplug the TV and read which is fundamental for learning; TV programs people’s brains to behave in certain ways they normally would not. It disconnects you from reality