The Truth About Mass Psychosis

TRANSCRIPT Mass Psychosis, also known as Group Mind, Mob Mentality or Herd Mentality – before modern civilization, we lived in herds and in order to survive in the herd, we conformed to the herd. This is where Mass Psychosis all stems from. The most popular examples of explaining Mass Psychosis are typically angry mobs and violent riots but these are merely the end results. Mass Psychosis begins when an individual mind starts to identify as a member of a group based on any unifying factor. The unifying factor doesn’t even need to make sense. For many people, the feeling of unity is enough. Our ego mind innately craves acceptance and by default, will instinctively form it perceives to be the majority. In order to successfully conform to the group, the individual must put aside personal intuition and follow the guidance of the group. This makes a person highly-controllable and spiritually stifles the individual, which causes them to crave group acceptance even more. Man’s disposition for Mass Psychosis has been written about for millennia, most notably, in ancient scripture and philosophy. And we all experience this as human beings, whether we reflect upon it or not. Plato argued that due

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