Warrior Mindset, Mass Mind Control, Getting To The The Root Of the Problem.
In this episode I share some favorite quotes that have empowered me during these dark days, I discuss the warrior philosophy & how to reframe your thinking from being pessimistic to being solution oriented, I cover current events & read a chapter from Jim Keith's great book Mass Control: Engineering Human Consciousness.
WARRIOR MINDSET DEFINED IN A SENTENCE:
"When you find yourself in a room surrounded by your enemies you should tell yourself: I am not locked in here with you, you are locked in here with me.”
- Bruce Lee
The CULT of Envy & The Hatred of the Good for Being the Good :
"They do not want to own your fortune, they want you to lose it; they do not want to succeed, they want you to fail; they do not want to live, they want you to die; they desire nothing, they hate existence, and they keep running, each trying not to learn that the object of his hatred is himself...They are the essence of evil, they, those anti-living objects who seek, by devouring the world, to fill the selfless zero of their soul. It is not your wealth that they’re after. Theirs is a conspiracy against the mind, which means: against life and man."
- Galt’s Speech,
For the New Intellectual
“The truth was a mirror in the hands of God. It fell, and broke into pieces. Everybody took a piece of it, and they looked at it and thought they had the truth.”
“The real Art of Peace is not to sacrifice a single one of your warriors to defeat an enemy. Vanquish your foes by always keeping yourself in a safe and unassailable position; then no one will suffer any losses. The Way of a Warrior, the Art of Politics, is to stop trouble before it starts. It consists in defeating your adversaries spiritually by making them realize the folly of their actions. The Way of a Warrior is to establish harmony. There are no contests in the Art of Peace. A true warrior is invincible because he or she contests with nothing. True defeat means to defeat the mind of contention that we harbor within."
- Morihei Ueshiba