The more something is repeated, the more powerful it becomes.  Why sneaking hypnotists use repetitious chanting. What do to? Think, then try Sloganeering.


Stay aware of the things that repeat either in your head, when in a crowd,  watching a crowd, or listening to someone selling something so you can remember to put on your thinking cap. Ask yourself is the repetition in the interest of good, just a banal effort to sell you something,  or evil. Yes, evil is part of our being and our world. Good is remembering what matters and treating others as you want to be treated. Evil is its opposite.

The tip?  Replace negative words that are trying to hypnosis you with a positive slogan. Many are suggested above.

Parenting tip

Teach your children slogans that keep them on track. You can start using the slogans as you talk to a toddler. As the child enters school, explain the slogans a bit more.  With a teen, debate at a Family Meeting with teens.


Practice Deliberate Internet kindness by liking,  commenting or sharing  posts. I feel good when I support my internet friends. Even small kindnesses strengthen you and those you bless with your sharing and caring.

Thank you for all you do.  Work at staying strong until next time,. I work hard to do the same as life is often difficult but staying strong lets me find the good.



WordPress daily prompt responseConnect the Dots – by Michelle W. Open your nearest book to page 82. Take the third full sentence on the page, and work it into a post somehow.

Had over a dozen books surrounding me. This came from B.B. Oak’s Thoreau on Wolf Hill, a escape read mystery, not the best, but I read it to the end” the third sentence:  “I am used to seeing woman weep.”

One cannot weep forever. Either sleep comes, or you think a bit about what has happened.   Using the slogans in this post’s poster coach bring sleep or calm and both let you go on.


One Comment

  1. Some of you are getting a confusion headline. As I have mentioned confusion is a sneaky hypnotism tool, but my confused and learning disabled brain was the culprit here and as usual making my cheeks redden in embarrassment. Ah well, the correct headline reads One Tip to Defeat Sneaky Hypnotist Tool. The incorrect one leaves out the word Defeat; defeating my efforts to be clear. Life goes on.

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