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TEOMCROTE = TEOTWAWKI on steroids! The End Of Mankind's Current Reign Over The Earth takes into account that our ancestors were neither suicidal, stupid, nor our genetic inferiors but still wound up getting wiped off the Earth. Whereas CSER [cser.org: Centre for Study of Existential Risk] tries to PREVENT this dispensation from coming to an end, TEOMCROTE works from the eventuality/possibility/probability that the end our age takes place and what to do then

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Say the Word and You’ll Be Free

“One negative word has the square root of four. Sixteen times its potential returns to confront. Therapy is re-evaluation. Say the word and you will be well.”
Such cognitive re-evaluation is currently known by such names as rational emotive behavior therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, etc.

The modern version of this ancient concept was pioneered by psychotherapist Albert Ellis (1913-2007) and developed by Aaron T. Beck and his associates.
Dr. Beck et al distinguished six different types of thought distortions …
(1) arbitrary inference,
(2) selective abstraction,
(3) overgeneralization,
(4) magnification-minimalization,
(5) personification, and
(6) absolutist thinking.

These maladaptive patterns of thinking PRECEDE and PREDETERMINE emotional responses.
The “emotional body” (electrical body) is the Second Chakra, and the “lower mental body” (magnetic body) is the Third Chakra, not the other way around.
Negative thoughts often arise from what Ralph Nader calls “a priori abdication.”

Norman Cousins (Head First: The Biology of Hope, 1989) wrote … “Words can be lethal. If a physician is going to do everything within his power to treat a serious case, he will not compromise or complicate treatment by creating an environment of defeat and fatalism. No more important lesson can be learned by medical students than that no one knows enough to make a pronouncement of doom. If a physician decides to treat a case despite his apprehensions over a patient’s chances, that same reasoning should dictate the need to encourage the patient’s will to live. The wise physician pays attention not just to his prescription pad but to the climate of treatment. However remote a remission or recovery in a specific case may appear to be, the physician is obligated to get the most out of whatever may be possible.”

ALL HEALING IS SELF-HEALING.

Adano said... “If you don’t know how you’re constructed, you think that somebody cures you. No matter what the disease is, you cure yourself. Techniques are only supplied on demand, time, place, circumstance, psychological circumstance, stress, and evolutionary survival.”

Greg Whiteley of Aquarian Age Lifestyles once admonished someone by saying …
“You want to prove that it doesn’t work.
“All you’ll prove is that it doesn’t work for you.


“Thinking that your affirmation doesn’t work is a THOUGHT.
“Write, ‘Every negative thought triggers three positive thoughts.’
“One of the most powerful affirmations is, ‘I’m willing to know what I want, I’m willing to ask for it, and I’m willing to receive exactly what I asked for.’”

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Your subconscious is talking to you all the time.
People assume [it's a cultural assumption] that the SUBconscious is so 'sub' that it's hidden and utterly unknown. This is an extremely disempowering assumption. It's also just very wrong.

The subconscious clearly asserts itself in rhetorical questions.
RHETORICAL QUESTIONS DON'T EXIST!
A rhetorical question is your subconscious coming into the conscious mind.
"WTF was that about?!" may APPEAR to be a nonsensical question to which there is no answer. Your subconscious is asking it all the same because APPARENTLY it's important (or the question wouldn't come up).

It's about baby steps. All great journeys start with a single step. People ignore the value of thoughts and words, thinking something in the line of "There are so many of them, their precise value will always remain vague or a mystery". This is a self-fulfilling prophecy.
A child learns words one at a time. It takes YEARS before it becomes possible to express thoughts, concepts, and feelings well. 365 days a year, learning word after word after word. It takes time but eventually you get there, or YOU WOULD if you kept at it seriously enough.

You COULD be serious about the value of words. Actually, it's about how serious you take HOW YOU APPROACH WORDS. They have value, whether you're conscious or serious about them or not. Whether you ACKNOWLEDGE their value is another matter. But you don't have to believe in gravity to fall... Words will effect your life, your subconscious, and your conscious mind whether you're serious about them or no.

Rhetorical questions can be taken seriously. One at a time. Day after day after day. After years of taking your subconscious mind seriously when it pops into your conscious awareness (in the form of rhetorical questions, especially), your conscious and subconscious mind will be in sync. Your subconscious mind won't be the mystery it is to people who assume it's a mystery and thereby MAKE it into one. Your subconscious won't be asserting itself through doubt, worry, and a constant barrage of rhetorical questions: stress. Stress is your conscious and subconscious at odds with each other. It's a sea of subconscious questions you've allowed to collect. (I've covered this idea before in my post on Time-Light.) They stress you out and age you.

Words can be your friends or your enemies. You can either just use them appropriately or fear them.
They're there and they have value and power. If you allow them to run rampant, you have REASON to fear them. Better not to talk or think in words at all if you don't intend to take them seriously...

Most people fear the power of words. They are overwhelmed by them. They are overwhelmed by their own subconscious mind. They're also overwhelmed by LIFE.
Words aren't going away, just like gravity. There is no wishing them away. You really don't have that much of a choice in the matter; either you take the words that come out of your mouth seriously [read: literally!], whether they come from your conscious or subconscious mind, or they WILL overwhelm you. You can run but you can't hide. And one day they will catch up with you. Actually, they'll be haunting you and stressing you out every step of the way.

People kid themselves that it's their INTENTIONS that matter. The words they use to EXPRESS their intentions are irrelevant, or so they hope. "Oh, THEY know what they meant!"
No, they don't. Your subconscious and conscious mind link through WORDS. You are feeding your own subconscious mind, you are conditioning your own brain through the words you consciously choose to use and accept as they are uttered. If you don't reconsider a word as it comes out (of your mind, conscious or subconscious) if it's not saying exactly what you mean, you ACCEPT the meaning it actually does have as what enters your subconscious. It then becomes part of your subconscious conditioning. It will be called forth when triggered by external conditions related to it and likely cause stress because your conscious and subconscious aren't in sync.
What's worse, when you live a life in which your words and intentions are constantly at odds with each other, you are living a self-fulfilling-prophecy life that life just doesn't make sense, i.e. life doesn't make sense because you assume that's the case, i.e. you make it the case. Your stress, then, is entirely of your own making, the result of your refusal to speak clearly. In extension, the results of that stress, including depression and ill health, are of your own making. If you would but give words their due, you'd be fine.
You're not a monkey, you're a human being. You talk. Deal with it or live as lost as a monkey in a human society.

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Word Controlled Humans & The Law of Money
15 min. talk by Jordan Maxwell [youtube]

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