by Deane Thomas; In5D.com
On a daily basis, we are bombarded with an enormous amount of information, particularly in the form of advertising messages. Whether it be in the form of a product, service or a request to sign up for further information. Our conscious mind filters those messages that may be of benefit to our daily life, but our subconscious mind creates the trigger. Subconsciously we are reacting or responding to carefully selected sensory words. We are being driven to follow through based on what we have seen or heard.
Tremendous amounts of data mining are carried out by the social media giants, government agencies and technology companies. Why is this happening? In many ways, they are tracking our interactions with their messages or words. It is important that messages can be tailored to human trends in an instant, and with vast pools of data, it becomes relatively straightforward. Don’t be persuaded by statements that personal data is not stored on systems; as soon as you begin to react, the objective is achieved.
Sensory words are used in all forms of communication; these words cause an emotional response, which engages you the reader. Very powerful when it comes to convincing you to follow sales a process that results in you sharing your details or payment! In reality, you are being hypnotized, in a very subtle way, through the use of cleverly constructed wording. It is this engagement or interaction that allows others to influence your actions.
Some of the sensory words we see on a daily basis include “Can you see yourself in a…”, “Sounds like you need…”, “What would it feel like if…”, “Let’s focus on…” etc.
When we combine sensory words properly with commands, it is relatively simple to trigger the mind into action. We are creating a series of instructions with an intent to draw the reader to the desired place or state of (sub) consciousness.
“Imagine you are laying in an open field of green grass just observing the night sky…the stars begin to twinkle, just like your eyes often do. The more you observe the more you will see, as the seconds form minutes, the more you will be revealed. A little longer, and you will see the massive expanse of your night sky.”
With this example, we are guiding you to a particular state, which conjures a beautiful image of your very own night sky. Can you see it clearly as the time passes? You are following commands in a very subtle way. The objective is for you to create your own image, your own truth, your own perception, and reality.
From this point, the words will continue to guide you, in a quasi-hypnotic state. They are leading you on a journey, which will open your mind far away from the reality in which you are sitting.
“What would it be like if you can simply float away, and begin to explore the most amazing infinite space, the universe? Suppose you can achieve this effortlessly, where would you go, and what would you do? Remember you have the universe at your disposal, so you can only imagine the endless possibilities.”
As the journey unfolds you are immersed in your own special and unique sensory perception of the universe. It is yours, and you are being empowered to reach it, in a gentle yet persuasive way. Therefore it is a reality that you create in another aspect of yourself and within your consciousness.
Pictures Cause Emotional Response
The use of pictures in any form of marketing triggers an emotional response from us, as it allows us to “feel” what the image is showing. In combination with a careful selection of sensory and power words, again you are engaged fully. Yes, a lot depends on where we are at in our state of mind. If for example, we are in “work mode” we are less likely to respond to an image of a cute puppy asking for donations. But we are likely to respond to an image of a successful person offering “free” advice or guidance.
It is the combination of images and words that are used on a daily basis that influences our way of living and thinking. In effect, we are being guided (or manipulated) based upon our association with certain things in our life. Once we are “hooked” it is sometimes very difficult to escape the very world we have created for ourselves. More often than not the “compulsion” to follow trends or buy certain things is derived from the clever use of images and words.
Have you ever wondered why so many posts on social media these days are created to capture your attention? With so much data mining being carried out, it becomes a relatively simple task to target users. Habitual patterns, impulses, comments, likes, shares, all form the perfect recipe for the marketers’ to reach your subconscious. Once they have us under their wings, our habits are continually monitored, and adjusted as we do. Power and sensory words are simply adjusted to suit the various campaigns and particular audiences.
Words Sneak Into Our Subconscious!
Power and sensory words will always sneak into our subconsciousness, our body will always react naturally, as it encounters and lives the word through feelings and expressions. Reading a recipe book is a great example. As you read your conscious mind is processing the information and creating an action plan. When you begin to make the recipe your subconscious mind leads the way, it allows you to really tune in and feel the recipe.
As technology evolves we become far more reliant on it as a tool for learning and research. Unfortunately, it is very difficult to get by in modern day society without the use of a computer or mobile phone hooked up to the internet. Before the introduction of computers, we would rely on the printed word for answers and research, which in turn, triggered the imagination.
In the days of IT dependency, we are slowly beginning to see how there is a major conflict of interests. Historical facts that we once used to physically check and read, are now being selectively distorted to suit the demands of satisfying a purpose. In some cases, the purpose can be a deliberate manipulation of the truth and put the reader at a disadvantage. Words are so very powerful, and as humanity evolves, the use of them is becoming far more deliberate and precise.
Tap Into The Power Of Imagination!
As we awaken to a different reality each day, especially for those of us who are on the path to enlightenment, it is important to stimulate the imagination. This aspect of us is quite literally our own universe, our own powerhouse of entertainment and fun. Whether we choose to use words or pictures to stimulate, the pure energy we create is very real. The imagination triggers the subconscious mind to release that which does not serve us. In addition the ripple effect leads to a new layer or level of thought being revealed that has been hidden or trapped within us.
If we look back at our own childhood, or even at our own children’s activities, more likely than not we know it is the imagination that is being used. This is way more than a fantasy being created, it is a new world. Our imagination is not contaminated with superfluous nonsense – it is pure source energy. It is amazing what the imagination conjours up, and how we, as human beings, respond to it all. We become completely different, and engaged in our own desires and passions, in effect we are tapping into our Universal energy of love.
Tap into your own powerful universe, and reach the state of Oneness – it is contained within each and everyone of us, we have just forgotten how to access it!
About the author: Deane has created unique personal development programs for those who are awakening and wish to make a smooth transition to the new templates. He has a passion and in-depth understanding of past life memory, its interpretation and how to address this in current life. To understand who we are today, we need to get to grips of who we have been – through unraveling the truth within, we can create a new template for the way we live our lives – in truth! You can find more of his work on https://www.askdeano.com . Deane will also be visiting the USA in the summer of 2017 – event details can be found here .