posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 03:48 AM
I don't watch any Bravo TV or soap operas, though here in the UK there is a certain mindset that either gets hooked into or programmed into copying
the kind of dramatic, unrealistic, often small minded mindset of the characters, most of those that have succumbed to this 'programming' (excuse the
pun) tend to be women, often older or middle aged.
The soaps here are generally dreary like Coronation Street, overly dramatic and depressing Eastenders and teen, overtly sexual Hollyoaks.
TV programmes could well be mind programming en masse, using things like keywords and archetypes for the purpose of influencing people's minds, as
well as colour psychology and the influence of sounds and subliminals it is a potent and powerful tool for swaying minds.
I guess choice is also something, personally I prefer BBC Four documentaries on Art and History, factual and informative programmes. Though there is a
mindset in places of work where the soaps, 'reality' programmes are discussed as being part of a social group, and some might keep up to speed on
these so they can stay part of an accepted social group, just like they do for clothes and various trends, like nail furniture, tattooing, binge
drinking etc., despite the fact they probably know it isn't in their interest.
edit on 9-1-2013 by theabsolutetruth because: (no reason