Who Or What Is Programming Your Mind?

Your mind is being PROGRAMMED every day!!

No, this isn’t being done by some secret government agency. It’s out in the open. It’s blatant.

Here’s a portion Ejercicios en SQL

  of a hit song by the Rolling Stones:

“You can’t always get what you want, no!

You can’t always get what you want (tell ya baby)

You can’t always get what you want (no)

But if you try sometimes you just might find

You get what you need

Oh yes! Woo!

You get what you need–yeah, oh baby!

Oh yeah!”

How do you think that affects you when that song just will not get out of your head? You hear it in the morning and you go through your day singing it in your head. “You can’t always get what you want.” and “But if you try sometimes you just might find You get what you need.”

I could list any number of song lyrics but I won’t go that far. I think you get the point.

Your subconscious mind does NOT know the difference between what is real and what is imagined. It’s true – go do some research and you will find out that numerous studies have been done to prove it.

THIS, my friend, is the reason why most people just barely get by. It wasn’t playing the records backward after all!! It’s just playing them. And it wasn’t even subliminal programming. It was/is out in the open.

“You can’t always get what you want. But if you try sometimes you just might find you get what you need”

You keep telling yourself that because, remember, the subconscious mind doesn’t know the difference. You sing it all day long and your mind begins to believe that you CAN’T always get what you want, but if you try you MIGHT find that you get what you NEED.

YOU DO NOT NEED ANYTHING but food, clothing and shelter. It took me a long time to realize this. It hit me the other day during my prayers. I thanked God for always making sure our NEEDS were met. He does that.

BECAUSE THAT’S ALL I EVER ASKED FOR!!!

I didn’t ask for more because subconscious programming told me that I “get what I need”. Subconscious programming told me that I “can’t always get what I want”.

WOW – who doesn’t like the Rolling Stones? Let’s say – for the sake of argument – that you are one of the few who do not like the Stones. OK. Go Google the lyrics to one of your favorite songs and see what you are being programmed with.

Here’s another example of past programming.

All of my childhood, my step-father called me “Crisco – Fat in the Can” and he would laugh and laugh. I thought I was fat. I grew up thinking I was fat. When I was 19, I lived with my younger brother. I used to borrow his jeans (I was quite the tomboy). They were 28W 32L. THAT IS NOT FAT!! I would LOVE to be able to wear 28 waist pants now.

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