THE GIGO PRINCIPLE
The computer phrase GIGO (garbage in, garbage out) is very sound.
Negativity in; negativity our.
Positivity in; positivity out.
Good in; good out.
Our input equals our output. Our subconscious mind does not discriminate.
Whatever we choose to put into our subconscious mind it will accept and our
behavior will reflect that accordingly.
The television has a considerable impact on influencing our morals, thinking, and
culture, for good or bad. TV, while bringing in lots of useful information, has also
made an outstanding contribution to degrading our tastes, corrupting our morals, and
increasing juvenile delinquency. That is a pretty high price for so-called free speech
or free television. The number of violent acts seen on TV by the age of 18 tops
Advertisers are good at conditioning their audience. Obviously advertisements sell
products, otherwise why would companies advertise? When we watch TV or listen to
a radio advertisement, our conscious mind is not listening, but our subconscious is
open and we receive whatever is being dumped in. Have you ever argued with the
TV? Of course not!
When we go to the movies we laugh and we cry. Is it because they put something in
the seats or because the emotional input has an immediate emotional output?
Change the input and the output changes.