Enlightening interview with Eldon Taylor, author of “Gotcha” is now archived.
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Eldon Taylor, author of “Gotcha – The Subordination of Free Will”
Sunday, January 24, 2016
Podcast begins @ 7 pm ET – 4 pm PT
Eldon and I covered so many different areas where we have been “Gotchaed:” Vaccines, GMO’s, consumerism, politics, drugs/medications and of course I had to add in synthetic hormones. We covered what people can do to gain their authentic lives back instead of living like “Sheeple.” And we conclude the program with his concept of the “Forgiveness Principle” the number one way to rise above those who continue to play the “Gotcha” game. A most informative and important interview for all of us to hear. Eldon is intelligent (obviously, eloquent, passionate about his topic and above all compassionate. ~ L.
Eldon Taylor is an award winning New York Times best selling author of over 300 books and audio/video programs, and is the host of the popular syndicated radio show, Provocative Enlightenment. His most recent works include Gotcha: The Subordination of Free Will, Choices and Illusions, I Believe, Mind Programming, What Does That Mean?, What If?, and Self-Hypnosis and Subliminal Technology.
Eldon has earned doctoral degrees in both clinical and pastoral psychology and is a Fellow in the American Psychotherapy Association as well as a certified Master Chaplain. For years he was a practicing criminalist conducting lie detection examinations, managing investigations, and carrying out forensic hypnosis sessions.
Eldon is also the inventor of the patented InnerTalk technology and founder and president of Progressive Awareness Research, Inc. He carried out the first ever double blind study to evaluate the effectiveness of subliminal audio messages in treating anger and hostility within a prison environment in 1985. He has been featured as an expert in films, print, television, and radio. He has also been called a “master of the mind” and has appeared as an expert witness on both hypnosis and subliminal communication. His books and audio-video materials have been translated into more than a dozen languages and have sold millions worldwide.
Excerpted from Eldon Taylor’s web site:
It is my philosophy that we are blessed with the ability to think. It is therefore incumbent upon all of us to do just that. To begin we must ask the first question, “Who am I?” When we truly begin this self-examination process, we typically discover that who we think we are is actually based on how our society has defined us. Indeed, one of my favorite questions today goes like this, “What was your last truly original thought?”
When I ask this question I typically receive the same answer—silence. Why is that? The bottom line comes down to the simple fact that we have been largely programmed. Programmed to believe certain things, to think in certain ways, to behave according to acceptable standards, to obey, to conform and so forth. One of my favorite authors, Og Mandino, writing in the last century, puts it this way:
One of the painful prices we are paying for our so-called modern lifestyle in more alike. We all suffer through the same television shows, read the same magazines, wear the same fashions, and buy the same new frozen foods. We all live and die by the clock, cut each other off in similar looking automobiles, pass up a night at the ballgame for a night at the office, never seem to have much time for our spouses or kids, watch helplessly as our oceans and lakes are poisoned, and try not to think of a hydrogen bomb landing anywhere near our city or town.
We are all, as years pass, falling into step in order to march to the beat of the same drummer, racing forward or backward at the same pace as all others, smiling almost on command—mass-produced beings with no more individuality than any of the millions of saltine crackers that emerge daily from the ovens of Nabisco.
This description has only deepened in meaning in our 24-7 information age that tends all to often to be literally the age of propaganda; indeed, perhaps more aptly stated, the age of mediaocracy.
The answer to the question, “Who am I?” then takes on a different meaning when you realize the extent to which we have been programmed, and yet life itself calls upon us to accept the miracle that we are. Life is indeed a miracle and so are you!
I encourage you to become mindful and genuinely examine yourself, your ideas, your beliefs, and especially all of those self-imposed limitations that in most cases are false to fact. I believe that inside every human being is a vast resource that typically goes untapped—left wasted through neglect for no other reason than self-doubt. I believe in you!
I believe that the way we give back to the Giver of this miracle is by being all that we can be, by doing our best at everything we do and by recognizing the miracle in all life. It is from this perspective that I truly wish for you the dignity, bounty and blessings that are yours by birthright as part of the miracle.