In this episode of the New Lyre’s Podcast “Escaping the Brave New World,” David Gosselin and Cynthia Chung discuss William Sargant’s (a British psychiatrist linked to British intelligence, the Tavistock Institute, MK Ultra and Ewen Cameron’s LSD experiments at McGill) work in the field of mind control and how these techniques have been utilised in today’s forms of mass brainwashing. In a world where the information we are exposed to is increasingly controlled, it is not only valid but is imperative that we ask ourselves the question, where do our personal beliefs and convictions truly stem from? In a world that is becoming increasingly divided, where we are told that we must choose a side in a matter, it is crucial that we are aware of what is governing our thoughts and actions throughout such tumultuous processes, otherwise, we risk these decisions being made for us. These questions and more will be discussed in this episode titled “Taking Back Control of Your Mind” and how one can begin the journey of exiting Plato’s Cave. To view other New Lyre podcasts in this series, visit: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAcE… To know more about the Rising Tide Foundation, visit: http://www.risingtidefoundation.net
Escaping the Brave New World Episode 4: Taking Back Control of your Mind
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Auntie, Sister. Grandmother, Great-Grandmother, Mother and Wife of German Descent I've lived in Australia since 1959 together with my husband Peter. We have four children, eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. I started blogging because I wanted to publish some of my childhood memories. I am blogging now also some of my other memories. I like to publish some photos too as well as a little bit of a diary from the present time. Occasionally I publish a story with a bit of fiction in it. Peter, my husband, is publishing some of his stories under berlioz1935.wordpress.com View all posts by auntyuta
2 thoughts on “Escaping the Brave New World Episode 4: Taking Back Control of your Mind”
Very interesting post, Aunty. Thanks for sharing.
Stuart, unfortunately I usually have a rather short attention span, but I found this talk rather fascinating. For sure, a very interesting subject matter! 🙂