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Mental Pollution Rubbish Mind June 13, 2009

Posted by frewon9 in Inspirational.
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They can be described in one simple term: “mental pollution” – by far the most serious kind of pollution facing us. Mental pollution is widely prevalent

discussion to any thing concludes to nothing

its the most issues about ,is what you heard in the news every day and its the cause of all other known pollutions man has made ever since civilization started

– Faulty beliefs
– Thinking errors

Both of these easily become habituated and are responsible for most of the pain and suffering in our world. They can be described in one simple term: “mental pollution” – by far the most serious kind of pollution facing us. Mental pollution is widely prevalent, actively shaping our life energies into all sorts of chaotic, disturbing emotions. It also has a whole lot to do with determining how we behave. Once the human race sorts out the mental pollution problem, then we will be able to solve all of the other kinds of pollution problems, in pretty short order.

Certain kinds of mental pollution are part of the experience of sexual victimization. They show up as the self-sabotaging, self-injuring emotions that you may be experiencing: shame, depression, anger, and so on. This manual is an anti-pollution document. It advocates mental pollution control and mental hygiene.

A thinking error is an error of logic. Example: A common, garden variety thinking error goes like this:

When I put you down, I get bigger, better and more wonderful as a person.

We all know this one don’t we? We have been fed this piece of crooked logic by our fear-based culture since we were children. It is completely illogical and yet, it is widely used in our world. Clearly, we don’t get any larger, more competent or more wonderful in any way when we put someone down. It just doesn’t happen.

These bits of mental pollution get into our heads and we repeat them, over and over. We come to believe these thoughts, but it is simply internal propaganda. Our ability to propagandize ourselves is amazing.  Thinking errors are incredibly habit forming.

A great deal of public attention in advanced countries goes to considering how to cope with elimination of wastes from our wasteful way of life. It is toxic waste material that causes most concern in the environment and is now considered unacceptable to the community worldwide.

However, we have yet to admit the dangers and destructive effects of mental pollutants that continue to degrade the quality of our mental fitness and undermine the progress of our modern culture towards the ideal of human health and well being.

Regarding individual choice and respect for this freedom right each one of us enjoys and wishes to retain, it is up to us what we choose to read or listen to, to absorb, to transmit, and to eliminate. This corresponds with our right to put into our bodies our chosen food.

But our mental environment, the world in which we live with our minds, just as surely as our physical environment is universally shared. It is a complex mix of influences that have a positive or negative general mental influence upon humanity as a whole and to which we react as individuals.

Unwanted material enters our minds uncensored by our use of conscious choice as a by- product of what we watch in public entertainment, public press items, and as a result of absorption of energy in group situations where we share the same mental atmosphere.

We are willing to raise our voices individually and as a group to make complaint about physical environmental issues and do so very vocally. But we are either unaware, or not interested in applying the same criteria to mental health and mental pollution. It is time to recognize the damage caused by the toxic mental material found in both group venues and in private mental space. Once toxic material is identified, it is logical that it will be restricted or prohibited from use. But this is not the case.

For example, to this point, it is not generally recognized by the public that disco drums and primitive sounds are damaging to the brain, the senses and the minds of those in near location – in spite of scientific evidence to the contrary. The extent of sound damage from rock groups is well documented.

But the public remains tolerant, and even encourages continuance of this pollutant in our society by holding those responsible for creating the noise to be held up as heroes and ‘rock stars’. The psychological chaos, mental breakdowns, and drug overdosing that are now almost considered to be consequences of generating this sort of pollution, continue to be ignored, making it difficult for any of us to arrive at mental fitness in this current social environment.

By Sally Janssen
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http://spaz.ca/aaron/billious/RCYS/


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