The nature of our site warrants the control of the invasion of your thoughts. Advertisements are marketing tactics directed to change your thoughts to ones of "you are not complete" and you need "this" to help you have a better life. These are untruths for you are complete within yourself. You have everything you need to heal, have abundance and to be happy. We hope our insights re-teach you this fact.
As we have written about many times, there is a creation equation, meaning you are the creator of your own life.
Advertisements are an intrusion on our thoughts, "HEY! LOOK HERE!". It's like someone is interrupting, especially if an image is included. The more disgusting the image, the easier it is to get our attention and interrupt our thoughts.
This is the best marketing tactic around. "Get the persons attention, convince them they are in need of this product to have a happy life, make them a consumer, make money."
We all know those kinds of ads. We click on a link to read something of interest only to find a disturbing picture, or a wonderful picture, a phrase saying you may have this disease, etc. Whatever the tactic used, it changed our thought process.
Creating a need or a want is the successful process of marketing campaign.
Marketing is changing or manipulating our thought process. It wants us to believe THEIR truth. How many commercials have you been forced to watch during your favorite show? Lately, I've noticed them more directed at our health. A Grandmother we spoke to said her 3 year old grandson was watching television when a commercial came on for an anti-depression medicine. Her grandson turned to her and said, " Sometimes I'm tired. Maybe I need that medicine." All I can say is, great marketing. You made her grandson believe your lie.
Here's a marketing creation equation:
This tactic is powerful, if we choose to keep it in our focus. If you haven't read our blog from 4/3/2015, "THOUGHTS: The Biology of the Body, we suggest you do and see what actually happens to your body when we focus on fear or similar thoughts.
Most web sites are lured into allowing advertisements on their sites by the promise of a check at the end of the month or week. Enough said.
We wish you happy thoughts. Oh yeah, "The Happiness Plan: The First 9 Days of Your Happy Life" has experienced a bit of a delay, but for the benefit of the book. We are planning its release next week. We will let you know as it will be a free kindle book for 5 days. There is an accompanying Happiness Plan Journal and A Happiness Plan Group Gathering Manual.
Thank you for spending your time here. We send love, always.