In the 1970s it was uncommon for kids to watch TV before the age of four, now it’s uncommon for kids not to be watching TV when they’re four months old. In the developed world, 99% of houses have a television and 66% of homes have three or more sets.
TV has been proven to increase cravings for junk food, and increase the likelihood of becoming overweight, being bullied, underperforming at school, being inactive, and becoming prone to misbehaviour. Every hour you spend in front of a TV takes 22 minutes off your life; that means you’ll die five years earlier if you watch six hours of television a day. | Read article in detail @ Pakalert Press
#1 TV is one of the biggest time-sinks ever
#2 We’re TV addicts
#3 Concentration – a dying ability?
#4 TV changes our perception of reality
#5 TV can put you in a trance-like state
#6 TV makes you passive
#7 TV activates your reptilian brain
#8 TV stirs up emotions
#9 TV might be the death of emotional intelligence
#10 Almost all TV has an agenda
#11 Who are you really? TV changes our behaviour
#12 What goes into your subconscious affects your dreams
Also read:Mind Control: It’s All Around You! | Pakalert Press
The Media is the MessageThe human psyche has very deep archaic recesses where powerful dormant forces await to be awakened. The Collective Unconscious about which Swiss psychoanalyst Carl G. Jung spoke, is a powerful source of archaic, collectively inherited, psychic tendencies embedded in man and rooted into the very fabric of the Cosmos – Jung called them “Archetypes” – that, when channelled in specific directions may unleash the “psychic epidemics” he warned us about.