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    Re: Neuro-Framing Models Used Against Myself

    I would offer one last bit before I drop this topic because I think Omni might not really like my suggestions at all, having never directly answered any of my many posts. And that's okay, I get it -...
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    Re: Neuro-Framing Models Used Against Myself

    If the explanations presented in the most recent posts are accurate then my points stand and are reinforced.

    No one can 'take over' a personality entirely. Even a Manchurian candidate type...
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    Re: Neuro-Framing Models Used Against Myself

    But neuro-framing? It could mean so many things.

    The next one that comes to mind is entrainment, as in neuro-frame a mind to do as bidden. Neuro-framing sounds a lot like it involves resonance...
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    Re: Neuro-Framing Models Used Against Myself

    ego is not what controls the mind. it would be incredibly disturbing to have a mind controlled by ego.[/QUOTE]

    It most definitely Is...

    What controls the mind is the belief system to which it...
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    Re: Neuro-Framing Models Used Against Myself

    Omni, when I read neuro-framing I thought of the ego's favorite tactic of infinite regression, jumping from frame of reference to frame of reference each time the self tries to reframe the situation....
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