It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.


 

 

How the subconscious works 

The subconscious mind is a like a big memory bank that stores your beliefs, memories and life experiences. This information that is stored in your subconscious mind always affects your behaviour and actions in different situations.

By the time you reach the age of 21, you’ve already permanently stored more than one hundred times the contents of the entire Encyclopedia Britannica.

Under hypnosis, older people can often remember, with perfect clarity, events from fifty years before. Your unconscious memory is virtually perfect. It is your conscious recall that is suspect.

The function of your subconscious mind is to store and retrieve data.Its job is to ensure that you respond exactly the way you are programmed. Your subconscious mind makes everything you say and do fit a pattern consistent with your self-concept, your “master program.”

This is why motivational activities, such as reading inspirational quotes, are so impactful for people committed to positive thinking. By focusing your thoughts on uplifting ideas and repeating the thoughts, infusing these thoughts with feelings and visions, your subconscious will begin to implement a positive pattern in your way of thinking and your outlook on life.

Your subconscious mind is subjective. It does not think or reason independently; it merely obeys the commands it receives from your conscious mind. Just as your conscious mind can be thought of as the gardener, planting seeds, your subconscious mind can be thought of as the garden, or fertile soil, in which the seeds germinate and grow. This is another reason why harnessing the power of positive thinking is important to the foundation of your entire thought process.

Your conscious mind commands and your subconscious mind obeys. However positive thinking is but one step in a process.  You have to have repetition. Not just repetition, but repetition infused with feelings and a constant vision of what you expect from the new programming. Many say you have to see it, feel it…even taste the experience.

Behavior repeated for 30 days, become a habit. An habitual behavior over a 90 day span, becomes who you are and shapes your character and worldview. The modern kneegrow has infused since birth to pre-adolescent habitual behavior of inferiority. Insisting on calling ones self “minority” is feeding a certain worldview into the subconscious.

Words like “niggers ain’t shit”, describing ones self as a “nigger”, reinforces that the kneegrow “ain’t shit” and justifies ain’t shit behavior. What are some examples of ain’t shit behaviors?

Take the case of the black female who was punched in the face by a scavenger, beauty shop owner. When black men found out about it and lead a protest against the store, the dog eaters decided to hold a 50% off sale, which drew hundreds of other “aint shit”, behaving females, who proceeded to berate the men who were there, protesting on their behalf.

To be fair…any kind of protesting in this case is also an ain’t shit behavior. Because the correct reaction would have them burning down that store or go in en mass and beating the dog shit out of that scavenger. However…since many of us were raised, conditioned and hypnotized by Christianinsanity. A false drug that encourages the kneegrow to love their enemies and turn the other cheek, it is inconceivable for any black person, much less a black man to violently protect, defend or revenge his black woman and children, from repeated assault by citizen vigilantes or race soldiers.

Worse, it is inconceivable to do so systemically, strategically and tactically. Even back in the days when we actually protected our homes from roving bands of marauding savages, in the 40s and 50s, we still had people who believed that a savage could change its ways and thus continued to be victimized, by guns, ropes, voting “rights”, politics, the church philosophy and something called a civil rights bill.

In fact the mere thought of physically retaliation would cause many of today’s self-regulating kneegrows to shame the true asafos among us. Or worse… call the very same race soldiers to arrest and criminalize any one who even thinks about balancing an imbalanced scale.

But let’s take it down a notch and just talk about how we are not raising our boys to just be honest to goodness, quality men and productive contributors of our Afurakan communities. When a black boy becomes a product of a broken home, a home where one parent…usually the father…is absent, he is subjected to viewing and experiencing many soul killing attacks, which contribute to him growing up to be a broken man.

The father may not want anything to do with him. A lot of time the mother only tells him her side of the story, which is often tainted and negative, of his father. Any adult males family member, around him will have little or no time for him. Worse still the mother may have a bunch of kneegrows come around for only her and have barely any interest in him.

That same boy may find escape in his peers, because his peers can relate in a way the crazy adults cannot. He may get caught up in drugs and alcohol. Gang activities. He may engage in risky sexual behaviors or become a victim of molestation himself. the fact that little black boys…even those mot molested…are encouraged to embrace a lifestyle that makes him see himself feminine as opposed to masculine, are all part of the obstacles in raising a boy with his soul intact.

If he, the black boy, sees examples of a child growing up in what looks like a harmonious household, it would probably be in another ethnic group. The few seemingly intact black family unit appear abnormal. Even within such a group, social and economic pressures often pit parents against each other, with the children being the most vulnerable victims.

Many of us get into relationship with nary a thought out agenda, blue print or long-term planning around economics, much less what kind of children we want to unleash on the world. Ideally you should want your children to be a greater representative of your worldview than you. Not as a Christian or any other  such nonsense. But as a man/woman who loves their natural Afurakan self and who are willing to put in the work to ensure Afurakans on the continent and in the diaspora,  seem important, powerful and highly respected people on the planet.

However, what the black child sees. What hypnotized him or her, are the corruptive influence of western society, which views the black male as a mule. A criminal. A non contributing member of a pathological society. Who’s only path to contribute to this ill society is either as a faggot, a thug, a clown or self-regulating, self hating embarrassment.

To himself. To any potential mate. And any potential offspring.

I have stated it before that long before you and I become “black conscious”, nationalist or Pan Afurakanist, we must first become aware and conscious of who we are. This starts with the mind. It begins in the subconscious and extends to the conscious.

It’s not about religion, politics or nationality. It’s about what manner of being you are. And that comes with setting the foundation on which your politics, spirituality or nationalism can sit firmly on. If you have low self-esteem or lack confidence In who you are, no amount of politics or spirituality can be properly cemented in a weak mind.

Strengthen the mind and you strengthen the spirit. Strengthen the spirit and you strengthen the character. If the character is strong it would be hard to have broken men walking around, purposeless and useless.

 

3 thoughts on “It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.

  1. This is a nice breakdown about the mind. I think many of us forget the power of the mind.
    I must also say I’m glad you’re back. You’ve been gone for quite some time. It’s kind of a coincidence since I will probably be taking a long hiatus myself. I’ve got some personal issues to deal with right now. Between working,blogging and doing YouTube,it can get a bit exhausting. I just feel a bit worn out. But I’m glad to see you back posting though. This post shows you came back strong.

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