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Dangers of the "Magic Pill" Mentality 1
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Dangers of the "Magic Pill" Mentality The Chatter Box
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People want a magic pill to solve all their problems.

I’ve been lurking around the forum a bit and I’ve seen a theme repeating again and again…

People wanting the subs to do it all – whether it’s attracting people for sex, making themselves more attractive in general, attracting money, eliminating their fears, getting them fit, etc.  All without any effort on their part. They want the program to effectively accomplish their objectives for them, take over their body and they can just "wake up" being the King or Queen on top of the mountain, having it all.  Then they inevitably complain if they don’t see miraculous results...

It’s sad that people are so willing to give up responsibility for their fears, their desires and their accomplishments.  Not all, but a significant portion, seem to be unwilling to do any real deep work.  They would rather outsource that part of it and effortlessly get the benefits they think they want.

The real work - To incrementally expose themselves to their fears and learn to function despite them.  To work up the nerve to approach the person they find attractive and say “hi” even though they are quivering with fear and their stomach is full of butterflies… To develop a strategy for a raise and bring it up to their boss...  To take risks and experience FAILURE!  To commit to something - and not to give up as soon as the glamour and its the shallow motivation wears off...

These are the experiences that carve out real character. Courage, resilience, resolve, perseverance, true confidence… qualities gained from experience.

Subliminals are an amazing conditioning tool; but they are NOT a magic pill to avoid taking responsibility for your life. Not an excuse to stop learning, stretching your capabilities and taking intelligent action.

There is no doubt the subliminals here are a very valuable conditioning tool - to use as part of a successful life.

I hope it's clear I'm not calling their validity into question. The importance of healthy local and non-local field/auric dynamics and the effectiveness of conditioning the subconscious can’t be overstated - nor the level of skillful creation they've been taken to here.  I'm over 50 loops of UMS and not stopping anytime soon...

My biggest trigger here was with someone who will remain unnamed, so mistaken that he thinks making women more “comfortable” with him is a bad thing. He doesn’t need a subliminal, he needs KNOWLEDGE and EXPERIENCE.  He needs to know WHY women feel comfortable and SAFE around men they find attractive - (something along the lines of: because they sense you are capable of being dangerous enough to protect them, yet you have it reigned in and under control).   He needs to feel the fear and have the experience of overcoming it.  He needs different priorities, to know what are truly attractive traits and commit to developing them. He needs to experience failure!

Failure you OWN - you don't blame the magic pill for not being strong enough.  You fail, make another go and fail better.  We often don't hear the Truth that consistently "Failing better" is what leads to all lasting Success.

The magic pill mindset, maybe mostly at its root a clever and elaborate way of masking the fear of failure - which if left unresolved, stunts the growth of character.

Even if the "magic pill" works and you gain what you thought you wanted without any effort on your part, it won't satisfy for long.  It won't be as meaningful.  You won't be able to own it in the same way you would if you KNEW you faced challenge, failed, overcame obstacles and persevered to attain it!