(Exercising Your Mind)
(III) To the Heart
In 1934 Dr. A. Nordenholz, a German advocate of Aryan racial theory, used the word “Scientologie” and defined it as “The science of the constitution and usefulness of knowledge and knowing.” L. Ron Hubbard defines Scientology as meaning “Knowing how to know“.
A word commonly used in Scientology for those who are not “Clear” or using the tech is a “Wog“; this word can be found in many dictionaries to be a derogatory term for a person with brown skin. Hubbard claims it stands for worldly oriental gentleman.
The organization dedicated to being the “International Mental Health Watchdog” called the CCHR or Citizens Commission on Human Rights originated by the Church of Scientology in 1969 does so much work to reveal the racial, segregational and eugenic foundations of Psychiatry, when their founder may have been a whole-hearted racist and homo-phobe himself.
After all he did supposedly work around some of the greatest psychological giants of his time, and according to the CCHR’s museum, most of them were hardcore racists, including many South African Apartheid and Nazi Psychiatrists, and allegedly other famous and influential ones too (Carl G. Jung himself said that Blacks were ruining the Western White society).
Many courses offering hypnotherapy training will assure and reassure students that a persons “core beliefs and values” can not be influenced in such a way as to cause them to carry out post-hypnotic suggestions that are harmful to others or themselves unless it is within their scope of values. It is also supposedly not a good idea to induce hypnosis on “mentally-ill” persons.
Of course, unlicensed, lay or even licensed practitioners should never attempt to treat conditions with hypnosis they are not expertly trained and practiced to handle without it, according to Andrew Weil, M.D. who offers hypnosis based programs internationally.
Pre-frontal lobotomies and electro-convulsive “therapy”(ECT) are both “psycho-surgeries” that have been widely practiced in psychiatry. In fact, such distinguished institutions as UCLA’s Neuropsychiaric Institute still boasts a ward for ECT. Techniques such as ECT, insulin shock, and other pain inducing methods were and may still be used by the CIA, according to declassified documents regarding their Psychological Operations or Psy-Ops.
The Central Intelligence Agency funded and supervised a program called Monarch or MK-Ultra. MK stood for Mind Kontrol and incorporated “narco-hypnosis”; combining drugs, trance techniques fear, coercion. and other forms of torture. They created operatives who reportedly carried out assassinations and other tasks in secrecy even to themselves. Central Nervous System Depressants, benzodiazepines, and other “sedative-hypnotics” such as chloral hydrate used in medicine, may be applied.
In 1894 a Hypnotized “victim” woke up from a trance while under the post-hypnotic suggestion to push Dr. Henry Meyer’s wife off of a cliff into the Grand Canyon. Meyer, who was discovered to have left a trail of dead bodies from New York to Chicago, studied Hypnotism under Professor Herbert L. Flint in Leipzig; Flint was one of the most well known Hypnotists of that time. Wilheim Wundt founded the first Psychology lab in 1879 in Leipzig, Germany.
It seems that rare, isolated, and incidents by few ill practitioners and organizations can be attached to a certain practice or profession such as Hypnosis or Psychiatry, which may be misused just as almost anything in the “wrong hands”. These things may come about through State Licensed Practitioners feeling that “Lay therapists” and healers are cutting into their territory, or by Religious Leaders covering their tracks to claim fame for themselves.
However, hundreds of thousands dead by needless medication is not isolated, neither are the millions of misled minions of cult-think. Instead of creating, people are trying to compete and enslave as if there is not enough to go around; the same tactics seem to be used by all of these debunkers.
These can be contrasted with the social stresses we are bombarded with daily in the media, politics, and popular culture and very much like what is found in the Encyclopedia of Human Behavior, where Robert M. Goldenson 1970 defines BrainWashing as: “Intensive propaganda techniques that are applied under conditions of stress and/or coercive persuasion, during which an individual is confronted by conditions deliberately designed to undermine his morale and make him question his accepted attitudes. This paves the way for indoctrination with a ‘replacement set of beliefs’ that will produce a change in behavior”
Psychiatrists may have more than a few faults in their practice, but Scientology also has more than their fair share in their “religion”. Hypnotherapists as human beings are certainly not immune to the flaws of behaviour either.
However, these problems originate with certain individuals involved in these organizations and disciplines, not the underlying philosophy itself, unless of course the doctrine was intended to deceive i.e, the Shinobi (Ninja) art called yugen-shin (mysterious mind); and the many secret societies of the world. Many are well intentioned in the beginning and tend towards “corruption” usually when desperation, fear and greed overwhelm the equation.
We can not go following blindly into the first thing that we may find appealing as an answer to our woes. Medication, Scientology, Hypnosis and any perceived remedy chosen must be researched by the individual seeking enhancement of abilities, or relief from whatever ails them regardless of whether or not unsavory characters may be involved.
There is no monopoly on the truth; there is no single Medication, Doctrine, Therapist or method that works for everyone except maybe the individual’s own desire for and belief in whatever such an individual chooses to believe. Information is available to everyone, we must only seek.
What is in our food, on our television and in our churches?
If it goes into our body, our mind or soul, we would do very well to know; and on our journey we could best keep in mind to First Do No Harm, to ourselves or any others.
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