Society is manufactured
- Society that differs very little from one to another
- The goal of this manufactured society is to…
- People are always looking externally for validation
- People want to be accepted so much that they…
If you look at it closely, society is manufactured. The process is called social conditioning and it’s designed to manufacture consent. Its purpose is to design a society that conforms with what the controllers of society want. This is done through various techniques and methods. They can be summed up in one word – propaganda.
This propaganda message is repeated over-and-over again through every media type outlet in order to mold society and tell people what to think, what to wear, what to drive, where to go and how to get there. The end result is a society that differs very little from one person to another. The controllers of society want people to go to school, get an education, then get a job, and then start a family. In fact, the better the education you get the better the job you can get and you will make more money so you can spend even more on consuming everything.
The goal of this manufactured society is to force your consent and turn you into a perpetual consumer who is always in debt. Just when you thought you had a good job and were making good money, you get married and have kids and find out that your money doesn’t go as far as you thought. So now you become a debt slave to your credit cards. You will be in debt for the rest of your life.
Part of the pressure of staying in this lifestyle is that people are always looking externally for validation. They want that society out there to accept them. They want to be part of that illusion of success and acceptance. That’s why most people’s lives aren’t much different from everyone else’s. However, if you look inward and start listening to your heart, and soul, and intuition then you stop looking for external approval because your intuition and heart will never lie to you in order to mold you into something you aren’t. You only need approval from yourself. Nobody else’s opinion matters. You then stop conforming and consenting to propaganda directed at you non-stop.
People want to be accepted so badly that they go as far as giving up their freedoms and free-thinking in order to get approval. However, when you stop looking for that approval you become truly free because you have found your uniqueness – you have found yourself.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That the only person whose approval you need for your life is your own.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because the bombardment of propaganda on how you must live, where you should go to school, where you should travel, what things you should buy has never been more deliberate, repetitive, and loud.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: Look at the things you desire in life and then look at why you think you need them. You need a new car because your friends bought a new car, you need to go on a vacation because all your friends are going on vacations. You don’t have to make any decisions, that is what the manufactured society wants – millions and millions of non-thinkers who are incapable of making decisions on their own.
COMMENTARY: PR firms, publicists, content developers, copywriters, authors and bloggers have never heard so much buzz about being authentic. They see that the same old repeat of everyone doing the same thing no longer excites people. People aren’t consumers, they are individuals. The individual decided this when they stopped buying widgets. They want/demand uniqueness and the real thing. So, be unique – be yourself.