True “Deprogramming” isn’t about re-programming, but it is freeing yourself to think freely, as you did before.
Motivationology’s externalizing focus, situations, opportunities, and actions with solutions, mixes well to get a person to think freely again.
Programming is about weakness spotlighting and exploiting those weaknesses to manipulate. It is focusing on weaknesses (even created ones), by pressing down on them. You want to instead, focus on strengths.
Don’t listen to malicious or nefarious intentions to also use personality profiles of people, so they can be manipulated with “psychology.”
It’s another reason why an important tenant, right before the drag race car and cheetah, hit the total head, is “Anti-Psychology.” Of course, I already was Anti-Psych before things happened, so that also is an advantage.
Focus on What You Can Do, Change, and Then, Also on Interests & Activities.
What did you like before these events or “programming?” I realize that today, they catch victims earlier and earlier in ages, so that likely they may be unable to remember what it was like before, however, there are topics.
So I suppose, now you are “reminding” yourself, of positive events and good times. Not only that, but you are externalizing for action. You’re “reminding” yourself of how you were before.
Now you use action, and future focusing, to then be resilient. This is how resilience can be built. You minimize the events (instead of spotlighting them), although they were still there. They’re still unjust, however, now you’re likely taking action now to change it to not happen, or pushing outward onto something which can be done.
In a free world, horrible events or imaginations should be able to be said. A good outlet is being able to speak against the injustices, and getting validation is also useful. In the opposing theory, it’s a silence culture, and as I already discussed, it’s manipulative to create permanent dependence.
When horrible placed thoughts or social pressures come up, blast them out with distractions.
The interests and activities – whichever works for you – can blast out the conformism. It can be unbearable to have to feel dependent and not independent. As if you are merely a brick in the wall. With interests and activities, it’s your autonomous choice of what you want to do. Now you are more in control.
For myself, I often will blast with music, to lyrics and people as well who I think are likely good to emulate or learn from. Since often people don’t get encouragement from other people, you can get encouraged from lyrics or music, as if they are talking to you (the audience).
Visuals such as movies and then other stories of resilient people are also useful to me.
When people try to “place” doubt into you, reverse train yourself to ignore them. Use then critical thinking and reasoning to state that the doubt is not correct. Say that they are discouraging you from moving on or upward, you then disobey what they want. However, although not all advice is harmful, often people don’t want people to move forward to overcome challenges.
Barriers aren’t entirely there – a lot of them are cultural and social constructs.
Free Thinking and Non-Conformism is useful in all “Deprogramming.”
Unfortunately, the definition of “deprogramming” claims it is re-initiation. That’s not correct. Question authority and definitions. You’re freeing yourself from social constructs.
Self-Fulfillment, Goals, and Ambition
These tenants work together to show that there is a pathway to something better. Self-fulfillment is about feeling satisfaction. A person should always move toward satisfaction, even in small ways. It isn’t at the top, but at the base. Goals are a part of getting what you want. Ambition states that you have a desire for more. Don’t stop at what people have told you – go beyond to what you want.
This doesn’t mean imagining something unobtainable, but simply, moving upward and being non-conformist. Organize, plan, and do.
How can you change the environment and situation? You can control your environment, even if in parts or small influences.
People can also “program” you downward.
Remove people who program you downward. If you cannot remove them – and they are not unbearably toxic – focus on your goals, interests, activities, self-fulfillment, and more. In reality, people can be very manipulative at times. You can block them out. Eventually, they can leave you alone more because they think you are “better” (ironic).
In the end, there are ways to “deprogram” even from experimentation and almost dying (which people may not believe). It does exist. Think about how you can reverse train yourself.
Focus on strengths, not weaknesses. What are your talents?