Tuesday, 26 May 2015

The Action Cards of Failure in the Game of Life

It seems to us that there are certain things that everyone will do if facing a certain situation, and some of those things will get the person stuck in cycles of failure, where the bad return is actually foreseeable. The person themselves cannot realize this unless they have read our material, and that is the value of writing about it. 

1) The Capitalist Buyer's Cycle: One should always go back to the same shop to complain about bad services or products. This may work well if we have a good shop, a shop that cares, and we talk about a shop and an actual trivial product, but it will certainly work very badly if we talk about a dentist, a medical doctor or a Psychologist, for instance. 

Basically, it is obviously the case that we can only be asking to have more bad stuff done to us when we go back to the same monster who did wrong. We recently heard of a woman who had a cesarean done and, a few minutes after being released from the hospital, already with jeans on and all, had to watch her own intestines jumping out of her belly (Cesarean). The news conveyor then says that she got it all STAPLED as a fixing. 

The mistake involved in all is obvious: If a doctor has been this negligent, we should never go back to them to get it fixed, but to another one to get it done properly. In reading the article, we easily notice that the doctor can only be atrociously negligent, for they would have disconnected the intestine of the victim when trying to take the baby out. The same doctor is told to have STAPLED things back. Oh, well, it is like SHE ASKED FOR IT, is it not? 

This is a cycle we form in our heads and we then get used to think of that as something natural. There is apparently no human being who has ever stopped this cycle, as for all we are told and know about, including ourselves and our actions and decisions in this world. We can only change our decision if we read texts like this and understand why we do it, why we think that is really natural and etc. At the same time, we understand that there is no possible comparison between a notebook we bought from a certain supermarket, which came, say, without lines but brought information on its package saying it had lines, and our own organisms. It is obviously that the book is independent of our life and destiny and we will know if we are getting a suitable replacement or not straight away, just for starters. We just have to be quick, realize what is going on in time, and OBVIOUSLY, for God's sake, LITERALLY, go for another provider when it comes, for instance, to our own bodies. 

2) The Fanatic's Cycle: People are still going to be changed by us, so that we should keep on preaching, giving them the chance of changing, of seeing God or something. 

Adults do not change their moral choices unless they are forced to do that by really violent systems, say jail, brainwashing, and etc. A person who consciously made a decision, say to cheat on exams, will not come back to not cheating because crime is addictive, perversion is addictive, and it is about what side you like: God or the devil. There is no middle term. The CONSCIOUS choice element means that it is all irreversible. Were it an unconscious choice, so say that their parents had forced them to do something and they did not realize what was really involved in that, then there would be a chance. 

That is why THE EMPIRE is about CONSCIOUS CHOICES: Because they are the most irreversible things we can think of. 

We heard of a woman who would repeatedly go back to her boyfriend and ask him if he was lying to her. By the end of their first year of intimate relationship, she would have annoyed him with such a thing more than twenty times. Every second day he would be a different person and reject any intimacy with her. Given his denial of extra-marital relationships, she went after his every piece of writing, for instance, and finally found something about epilepsy. She then hung on to that remote theory in her mind and soul until the day came on which she had clear evidence on his betrayals. 

She obviously should have been objective and should have stuck to the facts: Look, I am in this relationship to feel nurtured, accompanied, and happy, but I am feeling neglected, lonely, and unhappy instead. I will have to move on. 

She is not a psychologist or a social assistant. She is not a medical doctor. She is a person in search of true love. In this way, she has to just think about what she was there for, not about the why the other person is failing to provide the minimum thing she had as a requirement for that relationship to exist. 

3) The Genesis' Adorer's Cycle: There is always a why. This is the cycle that has to do with reasons for the other people or for us to do what we do or to say what we say. The sufferer, in this case, will, for instance, say to a supervisor who has harassed them: You cannot be with me because you have a girlfriend. X is her name. They will say to their supposed life partner: You cannot do this to me because that is unfair. They will say to their totally demoniac sister: I cannot do this for you because I hate kids. The problem with all this is that this poor person is giving a chance for the other person to come up with a why too and their why may then be logically more plausible. Whenever we appeal to a logical discourse, we risk losing the debate and end up entrapped in our own proposal, so that we may end up doing what the other wants or believing that wrong are we. We do not give this chance to anyone else and we get what we want from our resources and investments in general. We should say to the supervisor: This is not OK. If he still does not understand, we should repeat it in the same way (same volume, expression, and all). We should say to our partner: This is not OK. If he still does not understand, we should repeat it in the same way (same volume, expression, and all). We should say to our sister: This is not OK. If she still does not understand, we should repeat it in the same way (same volume, expression, and all).

The solution to all our problems then becomes simple if they resume to this cycle: We just say this is not OK

By using only a few words, but being emphatic, we are making the other person wonder about things, so that the effect is finally the right one: Who has to think about things is thinking about things. 

The difference is substantial: In the other situation, the one involving the whys, who is left wondering is we, since we will have to look for an answer that beats their argument when they say it or we will be wondering inside of ourselves about the why we are presenting, things of the type: Is this really fair, am I being uncool, and etc.

4) Endless Love Cycle: Things are essential to our existence. This is the cycle of dependency. Here we tend to think that we cannot progress in life unless we get something done or we cannot live unless we date someone, marry someone, have sex with someone and etc. We tend to think that there is no alternative at least to that something/someone. 

Nothing, apart from ourselves, as originally made, is essential to our existence. Cave man had nothing and existed, and we all decided that he did, like that he really did. God knows how many people talk about him and for how long. 

It is OK to love ourselves and believe that we are essential to our existence and it is obviously an actual truth that if we suffer crime and our existence is, therefore, criminally changed into what is not expected or wanted, then it is all ruined. 

It is not OK to love anyone else or anything to the same level or above that level on which we love ourselves, however. The only possible allowance here is a life partner. Trivially, if we find what we are used to call our half, what then makes us understand better the yin/yang thing of the Asians, we are excused to believe that we cannot exist without that person, but, apart from that, it has to be part of an unacceptable cycle. 

5) The Chewing Gum Cycle: Always use the same provider because loyalty is all that pays. This is the ice age: All remains frozen in time waiting for us. It could also be called Snow White System or something. Basically, if we once used someone to give us one-off sex and we liked it, we will go back to that person when we want a one-off. People in this cycle are stuck in time, suffer from nostalgia, and take that train of visiting the past quite often. Having one-offs is not advisable, mature or safe. It is actually a very stupid decision. If our bodies are the temple of God, then we should obviously treat them with the same respect we treat the churches. We only let people we believe respect the church, for instance, be inside of it. A minimum requirement is some sort of adoration, a respect that is uncommon. If we satisfy our urges with a new person, then we may finally get what we don't have with the other one, which is a relationship, something that may evolve into a partnership and a life partnership, finally, that is, we may even find our half by simply going for someone else on that occasion, of the desperation. We don't go after the same friend that hurt us in the past for not having reached that intimacy with anyone else: We meditate, find alternatives, and look for other possible friends. That one has done something unacceptable, so that it is OVER, and over forever, since, of course, doing the same things with the same people is likely to return the same outcome. It is just that because they hurt us and we forgot and came back, they will do worse next time instead of repenting and changing. Their next time may as well be the end of our time in this world, since the vast majority of the winners who fell got hit by someone from their intimacy. 

6) The Shadow's Cycle: Here it is about Jung's Shadow. We will make decisions and pass messages to others according to what is stored in The Shadow Region of our being quite frequently. This is a very dangerous thing, as we pointed out on Mysteries. We must get all the help we can to reprogram our beings and, if possible, exterminate The Shadow or empty it. Whatever gets stored there is not only not easily acknowledged by us in a conscious manner, but is actually going to determine our chances of success in this world. 

Only a healthy community, a God's community, our Empire, can help us on this one. It is very hard for us to find a way out of a situation that will unavoidably add to The Shadow Region. Another person, who observes us, however, may notice that we are going through one of those moments and may easily find a way to make sure we will not keep that episode in that region. 

Considering the blog post referred to as Mysteries in the previous paragraph, how can LMR not store the episode involving the beef in her Shadow Region? Somebody would have to appear from nowhere, an adult, and take that beef out of her sister's hands to then share it with everyone present there, right? What other way exists out there to make that not be stored in her mind/soul as injury? If somebody showed up there and did this, instead of her believing that life should be about money and that the source of the money would never be as important as the consequences of having it, she would believe that life should be, for instance, about a community and responsible leaders. That would obviously be a much better perspective, if nothing else. 

In the case of BPN, it is way more complex: A new father would have to be provided to replace the unacceptable physical father. That physical father would have to be killed somehow because of the injury caused by him to all of them. And this is just the start of the destruction of The Shadow factor there formed. 

7) Other cycles. Many other cycles must exist, cycles that keep us doing less than what we could be doing in this world in our favor. Identifying them might be part of a PhD thesis. There are obviously constructive cycles, part of perhaps The Sunny Region of our being. Chasing knowledge and information, for instance, is not a bad thing. It is a bad thing not chasing other things at the same time and with the same amount of strength, perhaps. Finding out more about these cycles may lead us to extremely important insights about our race and perhaps never-imagined-before solutions to our main dramas, say our origins. 




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