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  1. I would like to share some insights I had today. These insights apply to many people, including myself. Our society has been designed more and more since the turn of the century to encourage addiction and promote addictive, hedonistic behaviours. I have been no stranger to this in my lifetime, having has addictions to a variety of things, including cigarettes, painkillers, cannabis, Internet, etc. Last year I successfully ended my addiction to cigarettes and it has now been over six months. What has become clearer and clearer to me, however, is how this scenario has been engineered by our 'Masters' i.e. this so-called Illuminati who created our society and are steering all of us until we become conscious enough to change the path we are on.

     

    And this is what I intend to do. Over the past few months I became more and more aware of compulsive behaviours within myself; constantly refreshing the home page of youtube to get a different selection of videos, periodically going onto facebook looking for interesting notifications and stimulating posts in the news feed, the emotional dependence on certain TV shows, especially ones which show characters achieving a degree of connection which I lack in my own life. Video games give me a level of control and a sense of freedom I struggle to find in real life. 

     

    All of this was planned by the mass manipulators who control human society as we know it and literally shape paradigms. Mass addiction is one of their greatest success stories. And I am sick and tired to the back teeth of being one of their statistics. 

     

    So my plan is a dopamine detox. During this ninety day period I will endeavour to abstain from: all unnecessary Internet usage, listening to music, watching films or TV shows, eating junk or 'pleasure' foods, playing video games, engaging in compulsive spending or otherwise distracting myself.

     

    I mention this here because I know it is something which affects everyone, and also because there are presumably people on this forum who understand that the PTB in this world want us all sick and addicted to things. Maybe this post will inspire you. I know I can do it and I hope it reveals something to me. I will be sure to let you know how it goes, take care.

    1. Grumpy Owl

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      I honestly wish you the best of luck. I don't know what you plan to do with all this time that you free up, but my best advice is to just get outdoors and go for long walks somewhere. I'm lucky where I live as I have a number of parks and green spaces near to my home that I can walk to and go explore, just to get out into nature and experience it is a great way to pass some time, and it gets me out of the house and away from my computer.

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