Tag: psychology

Yes, we can; Yes, we will; Yes, we are; among other things…

What does it mean to change the world? What does it mean to change reality?  What does it mean to change one’s self, to change everything else? You look around today, in this pathetic excuse for a so-called “society”, with the mindless masses of self-loathing golems and walking corpses (for, indeed, to truly live means […]

Freedom, anarchy and the end of slavery

First and foremost, we are to question, remember, know and comprehend who I and we always and already are. I and we are all and always free and freedom, imagination, will and intent… infinity, unlimitedness and veyond… among other things… Everything is always a choice, and the choice is always ours to make. When we […]

conscious relationships, and why marriage is bullshit; also, among other things…

Another title for this article could’ve been “why marriage is pointless and irrelevant”, but I felt that the current one is more appropriate, because something being pointless just means it has no weight in terms of changing things for better, nor worse. In other words, it’s irrelevant because it doesn’t actually produce any change. It’s […]

the pen and the sword should be used together, among other things…

It is rather tragically amusing, and often infuriating as well, to look at people and see how pathetic and emasculated they’ve let themselves become, pretending that they give a shit about, or indeed even fathom what true goodness and morality look like, but with barely having any spine or courage enough to confront the darkness […]

Always persist, rebel, confront and overcome; reject all compromise

I learned a new, albeit bullshit phrase recently: “conscious bdsm”. Perhaps one of the more retarded terms I’ve heard in a while, perhaps even more so than “asymptomatic carrier” and other language used by members of the covid cult, who are actually just a different flavour of the cult of slavery, given the emasculated designation […]

How to overcome moral inconsistencies in one’s behaviour

Boy, I find it so amusing (tragically so, though) when people claim to be interested in freedom and liberty, that “they really care” about humanity and want to build a better world and so on, yet when you see what they actually believe, as well as what they do in practice… it’s more or less […]

The anatomy of fear, and how to overcome it

To start off, I want to remind myself and everyone that I and we are all and always free and freedom, imagination, will and intent… infinity, unlimitedness and veyond… among other things… Everything is always a choice and the choice is always ours to make. Everything within the realms of “form”, or in other words, […]

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