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A Warning About One Of The Greatest Hidden Threats In Your Home And How It Is Destroying Your Life

A warning about one of the greatest hidden threats in your home and how it is destroying your life

Posted by McGill Media on Friday, November 11, 2016

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Another reason to not watch so much television and entertainment is because you could use that time to actually experience some of the adventures you are just watching! You don’t need to be entertained; life is your entertainment. We must quit living vicariously through the fictional lives of TV and movie characters, and become the stars of our own real-life stories of adventure and creativity. The natural calling you were born with, to be your own creative genius, has been subverted to some degree by escapism and entertainment. Most of us are someone else’s creation, playing the role of the watcher, in their story β€” as entertainers. When you become the author of your own life, you get to direct your own thrilling story!

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Absolutely, watching excessive tv is wastage of time rather prefer watching songs and constructive episode to improve personal development and enjoyment in the era of busy life to relax and get off the stress and social Drama great words awesome πŸ‘

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Susan Pickering

Thank you so much for your wise words. X

Susan Renee Bright
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Susan Renee Bright

Hunter Wild I watched the Kardashians too. Lol. Probably better to turn it off and live but I’m hooked.

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Yes I do agree but when you don’t have the means ( money ) it’s not gonna happen. I don’t watch tv much but for some reason I watch them kardashines, I’d probably prefer to watch Madonna if her life was on tv but I can understand that tv is taking over real life and we’re putting money into there pockets buy watching it. There quiet boring as a family and if there making up stories then it’s not real is it. Ok not watching anymore.

Heather Eby Fisher
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Heather Eby Fisher

Totally agree!! I prefer to not watch TV, and feel more at peace in doing so. I feel most of it is just noise that I don’t need to be allowing into my psyche.

Chloe Dupree
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Chloe Dupree

I talked about this in a ChloTheShow video

Jorgelina Perez de Prado
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Jorgelina Perez de Prado

I dint watch any TV here in Australia so lacking in everything but I read and watchivies that is it .

Jaya Harry
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Jaya Harry

Yes

Irma Elinor Espinas Laranas
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Irma Elinor Espinas Laranas

Wow! Mind-blowing! Made me to think deeper..dig deeper & be even more conscious abt everything.

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Jesse Graham
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Jesse Graham

Only thing i may watch is football. Funny thing is i couldnt tell you the name of one player or coach on ANY TEAM. LOL!!

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Dont worry. Im a truck driver. I spend my time working out when not driving 11hrs a day. I cant stand t.v. any more. The last Star Wars movie i saw was the one where Darth Vader gos spinning into space. Have always hated Reality T.V.

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Yes I want to be a part in your group

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TV is ABSOLUTELY destroying all of us. It fills our minds with fake ideas of reality, consumes our useful time to be productive, and allows us to adore what is unlawful, unhealthy, and unrighteous!!

Ferdinand M. Igloria
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Ferdinand M. Igloria

True. It cost me

Margurite Soria
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Margurite Soria

Top it off with the Internet, video games and any other electronic distractions and VOILA. ..you have today. We are fools.

Amanda Fernandez
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Amanda Fernandez

What you consume is what you send back out into the Universe. Therefore, consume positivity, integrity, respect, truth, compassion, empathy and Unconditional Love!! πŸ’–πŸ‘‘πŸ’–πŸ‘‘πŸ’–

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Well said Amanda!!! I am with you! <3

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Ok I hit request. BLESSINGS TO YOU.

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Royal society ROCKS

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You cannot become a true beauty seeker while purposely inviting unnecessary ugliness into your life. Think about how important it is to eat quality food. As an organism there is nothing more relevant or sacred than what you put into your body. There is nothing more metaphysical, in a literal sense, than food. Food is the ultimate sacrament. Food is a part of our contract with life. As creatures with a body, we should all be especially concerned about the quality of air, water and food we allow into our bodily vehicle. But we consume more than food. Life is a constant consumption of our environment through our senses. We consume sights, food, conversations, products, touches, sounds, air and time. Should we not feed our consciousness well? Ugliness comes in many forms, from materialism to the things we eat, and many of the things we consume with our senses. Many psychological and spiritual problems are really just forms of consumption illness. Through unwholesome consumption, the beauty within begins to diminish as we are consumed by what we feed on. When we feed on knowledge without conscience, intelligence can become arrogance, which leads to apathy and a loss of compassion. One such example of this is how our unwholesome meditations on violent entertainment can slowly erode our sensitivity and warp our spiritual palate as we acquire a taste for the perverse. All of these appetites can become vices, which create tragic imbalances in our lives that are not easily detected or quantifiable.

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Thank you for this

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What we wish to change external to ourselves we must first change within ourselves, and this is why the ascent to higher consciousness and compassion is paramount, and also why the embedded power structures are hard at work to distract you from attaining enlightenment. This is of course a grave injustice. All injustice cries out for recompense, and the battle for freedom is fought on a thousand thought-fronts, by each person, every day. Sometimes the call for freedom whispers to us, and sometimes it screams, but it never shrinks for long, because the longing for freedom is in our blood; it is immutable. If there is ever going to be a kinder and more respectful world, it is only likely to come from individuals themselves taking an active role in their own self-actualization. Your ascent to your grand destination as a person of peace, calm, intelligence, wisdom, and happiness is in your hands. The journey is an inner journey that begins by questioning. The starting point to freedom is to begin questioning the cultural narrative you have been sold. Question everything, including yourself. Have the courage to question yourself. We’ve been distracted from our power, but we can take that power back and create a beautiful world. We can decide to take a radical departure from what we accept as reality. There is a place inside each of us that cannot be coerced to think a certain way or behave a certain way. Just beyond the horizon of the so-called impossible is infinite possibility. Anyone can find it if they choose to wake-up. Wake-up to the transcendental now. You are powerful, and there is beauty all around you. Become a beauty seeker.

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I’m so blessed and proud to be a student at your Thought Leader SchoolπŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’– I don’t care what other people think… I’m eternally gratefulπŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–

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For those who have awakened to freedom from the modern nightmare, it is painful to watch their fellow human beings be used and destroyed by the very institutions and ideologies they entrusted for their protection. It is a natural response to be repulsed when we see the treasure of joy in each person looted and plundered by predatory institutions and systems. Many of these systems β€” organisms really, exist solely as social and economic functions that literally devour people. These processes feed on people’s hopes and energy, and then excrete poison and toxicity β€” environmentally and philosophically, in the pursuit of what is called progress, growth, and success. The destruction of the miracle of life is only made possible by our value systems. Many of our so-called value systems are really suicide engines running inside of each of us. But, because we have been constructed to a large degree from the cultural values passed down to us as children, it is hard to even imagine ourselves in any other possible structure or arrangement of life. In some places, it is just normal that some people die at a young age β€” killed in senseless wars or by disease. In other cultures, the economic war they die in, is so slow moving it looks like living. One day you just wake up after many years of being used β€” old, spent, and robbed of your best years, with nothing left of value to the system, and then you are discarded. Few things are so heartbreaking as seeing people in various forms of bondage.

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Bryant, you’re so much like the Sociology Professor I learned from in University. Thank you for sharing your beautiful message with us freely.πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–

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D'vora Power

Yes!

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And violence is not the only concern to be had over entertainment. Also be mindful about what you are being sold. The coveted perfect life is a created standard, which is purposely unattainable. Deceptive media images of faces, bodies, and lifestyles, make us hate ourselves so we will buy a solution to love ourselves once again. Advertisements make us ashamed of our blemishes, imperfections, and flaws, but these so-called flaws are really our strengths and gifts. These images, idols and fixations on conformity and unattainable perfection make us illusion-prisoners. The very brands that promise us relief and personal freedom deliver the opposite of freedom; instead turning us into material junkies. They are using us, and in the process convince us to trade our originality and personal freedom for lives of economic slavery and psychological dependency.

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One of the most powerful ways to expand in beauty and abundance is to voluntarily turn away from, or minimize your exposure to violent entertainment in all of its forms. Violent entertainment, while it seems innocuous, is an assault against the sensitivity with which we are all born. Violent video games, television, movies and entertainment can erode our sensitivity and diminish our empathy. We are all too comfortably adjusted to a diet of violence. Depending on how selective you are with choosing programming, television can turn your family living room into meditative den of death and violence worship. Much of TV is a pornographic cacophony of violence, death obsession, screams, gunfire and drama; if you think it’s fine, it’s because you are damaged. While your children play, in the background the TV blares with screams, gunfire and rape-murder scenes β€” it seeps in. You don’t have to be an extremist, but could it hurt to be more mindful about what you allow in?

Laurel Kane
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Laurel Kane

Boy is this so true. I just made a comment about this and we’re making a bunch of low lifes rich by watching all this garbage. I fear for my grand children’s minds and hearts and they are not young.

Vladimir Lysak
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Vladimir Lysak

I stopped haven’t owned a television since 1990. I occasionally watch DVD’s or Netflix, but I am very selective about what I consume. Thanks for the reminder

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We need to be constantly reevaluating what success means. Most so-called success in the world is slavery. The trappings of success often bring the opposite of success, at least in the ways most meaningful to people’s lives. Beware! Success is not what you think it is. It’s often a trap. You have been programmed from birth into a sick construct of competitive violence. Most success by your likely definition will lead to the destruction of your individuality and your inner-beings grand potential. There is nothing intrinsically wrong with being successful and we should have abundance and success in our lives. But, we must possess the inner maturity to handle success; individually and as a culture. Every degree of success must be paired with a degree of integrity and compassion. Success without integrity is always fleeting, or monstrous. Real success sometimes involves saying no to growth, expansion and gain. Real success often involves absorbing tremendous loss on a personal level. Real success often involves sacrifice. Real success always involves virtues such as humility, compassion, and an abiding reverence and respect for life.

Lynda De Casse
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Lynda De Casse

I’m in tears that there’s a place to feel proud of myself & my accomplished in my life. I would love to experience other’s being happy for me too.

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Colleen Keating
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Colleen Keating

I will be happy for you! Being happy is always a good reason for happiness! Always choose happiness!πŸ˜€