In regards to the "resist no evil" command given by Yashua
This testimony written by Andy Pero, helped me see most clearly the application that command has. educate-yourself.org...
Andy Pero is an unsaved man, he is also under mind control ,according to his own testimony he resisted evil with great will power, anger, and
desperation. But it did not work. It is a curious fact of hypnosis, that strong willed people are the easiest people to manipulate.
In Andys' case the little amount of mental freedom he did gain in order to write his testimony was gained, by his own admission, when he co-operated
and helped to mind control himself.
A hypnotist or NLP expert can capitalize on the predictableness of your resistance and double-bind you with their doubletounged(G1351) ways, so that
they link your primal instinct to resist with the action they want you to perform.
The only way to fight this is to "overcome" through the blood of the lamb. 2Co 10:4 (For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty
through God to the pulling down of strong holds
And in regards to James 4:7 which says "resist the devil" the full quote reads.
"Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you."
Hypnosis NLP basically consists of setting up codes cues and trigger, which are akin to the talismans, spells and idols of old. The key words that are
used to enduce states have no meaning nor power in themselves, neither do talismans or logos, they "see not, nor hear, nor know" (Dan 5:23). But
they can be artificailly linked to states of mind in order to create a link or corrilation (not causality) between the two concepts.
The only way I beleive you can escape this arbitrary or imposed linking together of two unrelated concepts is to practice the first two
If you watch this link www.youtube.com...
you can see derren brown (unsaved, non beleiver), play anti-christ and induce a
feeling of reverence.
This reverence can then be used to be linked to a rock, mother, earth nature, Jaguar, or usually a guru. It's basically like the proverbial duck,
people who have this false awakening will tend to link reverence to the first thing they see.
Anyway my point is that resisting the feeling of awe is inaffective and will only intensify it.