The Montreal experiment that was demonstrated in 1961 proved, in the most tragic way, the power of self-presentation, but also the way in which the brain attacks the very existence of man if he/she is released.
The experiment made by the Canadian secret services was as follows: In 100 volunteers, between 30 and 50 years of age, the question was asked, “Because the numbers and time intervals are relative to each person, we want you to tell us if the six-month period is big or small for you.” Simple question simple and the answer. Of the 100, 76 responded that the space was large and the rest 24 that it was small. The whole experiment was of course a pretext to put this one question. Αfter the end of the answer of everyone who said “small” his scientific team revealed the following: “You know, our team has done the same thing in the past the same question to your volunteers. And we ought to tell you that 60% of the respondents who responded “little” died within a two-year period. This may be due to a kind of “prognosis” that makes the brain unconsciously or something more complicated about brain ions but this is being investigated in the laboratories. Within the next year, we believe we will come to safe conclusions.”
That was a catastrophic lie….
Seven of them were fired from their jobs and then they were taken down the downhill. Two of them were imprisoned, one for robbery and another for fraud. Four were killed in a car accident, two of them under the influence of alcohol, three died from unknown heart problems that were revitalized and caused myocardial infarction and two from a rapid and rapid spread of malignant cancer..
Their relatives reported to the members of the group that approached them after the death of the “experimental animals” that their minds seemed to be stuck somewhere lately and something seemed to be of concern to them. This has resulted in reduced workplace performance, offending behavior and depression.
The power of self-immolation transformed their brain into an enemy of their own self that attacked them with forcefulness.
Self-submission is the process in which the individual consciously influences himself with thoughts that he chooses as a sector or circumstance. Assuming that thoughts have a decisive influence on our feelings and behavior, and by evaluating self-test as a method of controlling and interfering with thoughts, then it can reasonably be inferred that self-hypothesis can suppress cases of vicious circles, since it directly affects the mental and mental our situation.
According to Freudian theory, our psychic world consists of two main parts. Out of these, the outermost part of us, is the conscious, with which we operate in the ordinary state of alertness. When we talk to someone else, when we process a math problem or fix a car, we work with the conscious part of our mind. Now, when we are fully engrossed in a good novel, daydream a recent experience, dream, do meditation, or even panic, are affected by some kind of propaganda or intimidated by a mob, we operate with the second part of our mind, the subconscious, the our deeper, more obscure and virtually unknown self.
During most of our daily life we are in contact with our conscious mind, while subconscious activities regulate our physical functions, such as the autonomic nervous system and the circulatory system. The subconscious can be called upon to act in some urgent situations, but generally plays the role of an “automatic pilot” whether we are awake or asleep.
According to psychologists, the subconscious is basically childish, brutal and simplistic in his reactions, with little general reference to logic. It is not analytical, it has no distinction. It’s like a toddler. The little boy, who was unintentionally closed in the wardrobe for only a few minutes, does not realize that this was not appropriate and that nothing happened. His tremblance then was so great that his mind decides subconsciously that each enclosure is the same wardrobe and that it is going to be closed forever within it (the psychological process of “transport”). As an adult, although reasonable now, he can not control his fear and reaches the elevator as if he were the same wardrobe.
Another key feature of the subconscious, is that he does not know the difference between imagination and reality, is overly hopeful and can believe anything. Another property is keeping its processes unconscious, ie secret from the conscious. The subconscious, however, is not really unconscious (with which they sometimes identify), because it can sometimes become conscious, either spontaneously, or by various methods, such as with hypnosis.
So, what happens to a human, when you tell him to die? He/She is dying. So, the one who assures that he will bankrupt, goes bankrupt and so on. Of course the whole process is not automatic, it is dynamic, that is, you gradually terrorize the consumer that the crisis parallels, he stops consuming, the public revenues are decreasing, the profits of the companies are decreasing, the companies are dismissing people and in one semester you enter into the dead end recession.