Subconscious blind spots:


#iMentor with Harkheindzel Kenny Omiyale

Final blind spot series:

Subconscious blind spots:

Human Psychology or Anthropology: How free is your free will?

What you see on a daily basis affect your choices. Take it or take it.

Shall we have a simple test?

Pronounce these words:
Sog, mug, bark, tack, warf,
Kennel, sniff, wag, friend,
Belt, dobber, local, pup,
Tog, vug, rug, dug

Now can you think of an animal?

There is 80% chance that you will think of a “dog” (depending on how smart you are)

This is a suggestive way to influence the will of humans without them knowing. It’s the same way social media use more of blue colour than any other colour (think of Facebook,Twitter, Instagram, etc). The same way restaurants or eateries always have a pattern of red in their logo or building design ( think of Mr biggs, KFC, Tantalizers, etc)

Have you thought about the reason why you prefer a blue inked pen? Am sure this is probably the first time you’re ever thinking about this.

If you think you’re using your own free will then I’ll need you to think again. These institutions know how to explore these blindspots to their advantage.

You watch the news daily and you’re shown only what they want you to think, what they want you to choose, how they want you to live your life. This is the blind spot that has the most prisoners. The sad thing is that most are oblivious to its existence so they think they are free when they are not.

So take a close look at things around you and how they affect your choices and decisions. The long term effect can be disastrous. This is because your choices form your habit and in turn affect your future.

Think! Think! And Think again!

Harkheindzel Kenny Omiyale
Spiritu-mental Development and Empowerment Strategist.
@Harkheindzel
795B8887

Unleashing Soteria, Lambano Soteria.

*Except otherwise stated, all writings are the inspirational product of the author.*

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