Relationship types

Sadistic type – This form can also be linked with “teasing” when that teasing has a motivation of humiliation. Can it not be seen in the man who expects the women to be merely a vicarious extension of his reality whose only purpose is to SERVE his needs ? That the women is inferior to him: a second class citizens at best. Is this not a form of dominance and submission ? And why is it that when a women wants to fully actualize herself that she is considered, consciously or unconsciously, as wanting to be “like a man” ? From mans point of view, is this not an example of the castration complex ? And why is it culturally ok in every society for a man to flaunt his sexuality, to brag about his conquests, to talk about women in the ways that they do, but not ok for a women to do exactly the same? Is this not traceable to the original archetype of The Garden of Eden Myth wherein man is now “getting back” at women for the original temptation ?

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Relationship types

Intellectual suicide

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When a person develops his intellect without spiritual practice what happens is that the person becomes arrogant. When the heart is not ruling the head self-obsession, superiority and detachment from the Universal truth leads to a complete loss of intuition. For a while life of such person can be prosperous but slowly and surely things will start to fall apart. This can happen on physical, emotional, or mental level. However, before something big occurs there are small warnings in whatever form. Illness, arguments, signs of whatever kind, dreams. You have to remember there are no coincidences in life at all. The problem is that without intuition we cannot explain why these things happened to us. It can be for a completely different reason than we think. Our brain/eyes can only perceive the physical world not the invisible one. Invisible world is where things happen first before they translate into a physical world. Such as thoughts, words, intentions, feelings. If these are wrong and not in accordance with Universal laws we are creating disorder. Disorder leads to chaos and chaos leads to death. 

Intellectual suicide

Vampires are real

There are so many jobs that add no value to our planetary life and there are even more jobs that subtract from it. Jobs that literally suck everything from the people that  work really hard. Such jobs are usually administrative and highly paid. And many of those doing these jobs call themselves Elite or feel that they are part of it. If you look at it from an energetic point of view, these people are the modern vampires. They are sucking the energy from the system and they actually suck more than they need, just to have a party everyday and laugh in your face. These people produce nothing and create nothing (the rentier class). They for some reason think that they are actually the most productive people of all because its very comfortable to their ego to think so. They will even convince you that we all need them. In fact they have already tricked most of humanity.

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Vampires are real

The BS Economy

….For instance: in our society, there seems a general rule that, the more obviously one’s work benefits other people, the less one is likely to be paid for it.  Again, an objective measure is hard to find, but one easy way to get a sense is to ask: what would happen were this entire class of people to simply disappear? Say what you like about nurses, garbage collectors, or mechanics, it’s obvious that were they to vanish in a puff of smoke, the results would be immediate and catastrophic. A world without teachers or dock-workers would soon be in trouble, and even one without science fiction writers or ska musicians would clearly be a lesser place. It’s not entirely clear how humanity would suffer were all private equity CEOs, lobbyists, PR researchers, actuaries, telemarketers, bailiffs or legal consultants to similarly vanish. (Many suspect it might markedly improve.) Yet apart from a handful of well-touted exceptions (doctors), the rule holds surprisingly well.

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The BS Economy