“Chain-less Slaves”

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Above is a link to download the PDF that will be outlined in short below.

The notes here are paraphrased from the source document in order to distill some of the finer points of the work and summarize important aspects of trauma based programming and function of handlers and programmers.

Values | Trauma Bonding |Dissolving the “Self” Programmers: Sessions, Locations, Planning & Style | 

9 Areas the Programmer Seeks to Control

  1. emotional security
  2. recognition of efforts/reassurance of worth
  3. creative outlets
  4. sense of personal power
  5. belonging somewhere
  6. Immortality
  7. Ego Gratification
  8. Love in all Forms
  9. New Experiences

20 Ways to Ensure Behavioral Control

  1. absolute authority: that cannot be challenged
  2. breaking sessions: that pressure a subject until they mentally break
  3. changing values: what the subject classifies as right and wrong
  4. cult of confession“: purging the past
  5. dietary control: Induce suggestible state through nutrition
  6. entrancement: open the mind, limiting rational reflection
  7. engagement: draw a subject’s attention
  8. exhaustion: increases subject’s suggestibility while reducing resistance
  9. higher purpose: an extremely compelling form of behavioral impetus
  10. identity destruction:  to build a new one in it’s place
  11. illogic: emotional fallacy which is persuasive and acts upon subject’s pathos
  12. information control: blocking dissuasive thoughts or sources of thoughts/information
  13. incremental conversation: shifting subject one step at a time
  14. isolation: separating subject from dissenting people that may detract from programmer’s interests/goals
  15. love bomb: to hook into the lonely/vulnerable
  16. persistence: never give up, wear down subject’s resistence
  17. progressive demands: add stronger requests over time
  18. radicalization: creating more extremists (something they do at GLP)
  19. special language: that offers the allure of powerful new meaning
  20. thought stopping: blocks out distracting/ dissuading thoughts