Activism, Addiction and Mind Control – Freedom Feens radio

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…and that’s three different topics, not one big topic. Ben Stone the Bad Quaker and Michael W. Dean talk about overcoming addiction, why not everyone needs to be an out-in-the-street activist, and why you should run screaming from anyone who practices Neuro-linguistic programming.

This is Part One in their 36-part series, “Adopting and Adapting the 12 Steps, 12 Traditions and 12 Concepts of World Service of Alcoholics Anonymous to treating the disease of Statism, the disease of clinging to bad ideas, and the disease of clinging to bad people.”

Michael and Ben give their experience, strength and hope on Step One: “We admitted we were powerless – that our lives had become unmanageable.”

Read Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of AA online.

Read A User’s Manual For The Human Experience by Michael W. Dean.

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The Freedom Feens have no connection to Alcoholics Anonymous and are using the 12 Steps, 12 Traditions and 12 Concepts of AA in the open-source way that AA allows, as long as it is made clear there is no endorsement from AA.

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1 Response to Activism, Addiction and Mind Control – Freedom Feens radio

  1. Interesting you brought up NLP. Admittedly I have not gotten very deep into it. I did read Bandler and Grinder’s “Frogs Into Princes” back in my late teens. It was interesting stuff, and the people I know that dabbled in it claims results (yes, sales). There’s a lot about visual cues, especially reading eye movements, thus why you see poker players wearing sunglasses.

    I’ve also found distracting (not NLP) cops in a friendly manner often works. It tends to break their offensive stance and often they will just let you go without a ticket.

    Not NLP either, but worth a read.
    http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dst/Secrets/TR/sutphen.html

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