Tell Me What I Want To Hear, Make Me Feel-Good
Of course people want to hear nice things about themselves. Of course they prefer a message delivered in a flattering way. Of course they prefer being uplifted and made to feel-good. This all helps to infatuate the mind and open one to receive the message uncritically.
When you tell people things they don’t want to hear, then they are less likely to accept the message. Of course they don’t like to hear how there are many wrongs in the world. Of course they don’t like to hear how they are doing wrongs. Of course they don’t want like to hear they are doing immoral things. Of course they don’t like being called out on their bullshit.
They just want to be told told how “good” they are, and be led along with appeasements to their delicate sensibilities. To be infatuated with themselves or the one doing the praising to uplift them. “Love-bombing” someone is effective in ingraining a message. Especially if you repeat the process or the message. Repetition also ingrains the conception deeper into the subconscious for foundational sub-structuring of other conceptual frameworks. This is mind control at work with the implantation of a mind-virus. The feedback between recall stimulation and emotions keeps the concept in attachment to the individual. Subconsciously they do not want to let go of it because it makes them feel-good. The emotional imprint that is associated with the delivery of the conceptual message is interwoven in the recall of the experience as an image phantasm in their mind. The only way to break out of this fixation to a falsity is to dissociate with the concept and look at it objectively apart from emotional attachments to uncover the veracity and truth behind the feel-good love-bomb mind control affect that had you accept it in the first place.