Posts Tagged ‘empathy’


Democracy was a wonderful baby step on the path to sentience but it is a failed system because it is Ego driven and without soul.

Capitalism without divine connection is merely cannibalism, brutal and ugly.

Communism, while seeming like a good idea on paper, was destined to fail because it lacked the unifying concept of the Hive Mind and brutally suppressed any quest to reach such a state of heightened awareness and eventually devolved into cold, hard chaos.

Where do we go from here?

Well, it helps to remember that paradox is the engine that drives the Universe.

How do you achieve the next step of human civilization? You must take the cult of the Individual to its extreme.

The divine theory of unity goes something like this:

The needs of the one outweigh the needs of the many. Only then can everyone be happy. (The forms that our groups take are ultimately meaningless if every single unit within that form is absolutely and utterly free to achieve self actualization. A self aware, self actualized human, centered within the state of its own divine connection to the Oneverse, will gravitate to others of like minded thought and this confluence with form its own reality well in which all individuals, while performing in synergy, will be the bright and shiny stars of their own realities.)

The One Rule:

Do as you will but harm none.

Well, you might say, that is all fine and good on an esoteric level but how do you make this happen? You can’t just grant full autonomy to every human upon birth.

No. Sentient humans are not born. They are nurtured, as one would nurture the roses in your garden.

The human body totally replaces itself every seven years. (It is not so dramatic as a snake shedding its skin but it is tantamount to the same thing.) Oddly enough, this seven year cycle has its mirror in the development of the individual human’s quest for sentience.

How to grow a sentient human:

Infant: Years birth to Seven. Discovering the “I am”.

The infant is coddles and held close. Each step is encouraged and nurtured and celebrated. There is always a hand ready to catch you if you stumble. The infant learns vital lesson of survival. Fire burns, wind blows, water drowns.

Mimic: Years seven to fourteen. Discovering empathy.

The infant turned mimic learns that there is more to the Universe than just the “I”. They learn boundaries. Having them and respecting them in others. They are allowed to fail and then learn to accept the consequences and the responsibilities of such failures. They discover group play. They don masks, mimicking adult behavior, and then change the mask for another on almost a daily basis. They discover they better at some things than others.

Explorer: Years fourteen to Twenty One. Discovering Synergy.

The mimic, having discovered their passions, go exploring. They find others of similar passions and form tribes and gangs and teams and clubs. They compete, striving to be the best hence discovering what they excel at. It is only through competition, (resistance) that one learns to shine their brightest.They are encouraged to build and create. They are given free reign to explore the act of creation on all levels.  They practice partnerships and learn that a successful one on one relationship is the hardest endeavor. They learn to keep themselves happy while serving the needs of another. They fall into and out of relationships as easily as changing shirts. They go walkabout and come back.

Specialists: Years twenty-one to twenty eight. Baby steps into adulthood.

The Explorer is done experimenting. They take their passions and manifests them into the world. They goes walkabout and might not return. They create their own nests. They become specialist in things that bring them joy. They become gradually aware that the Universe is a living, breathing thing and that all things are one, thus coming full circle back to the moment of birth. As they once experimented with relationship with others, so now do they experiment with connection to the Oneverse. Shamanic journeys and mind altering drugs are encouraged.

Adults: twenty eight and beyond. Being Sentient.

With learned wisdom and self awareness solidly under their belt they are set free. From this day forward there is just one rule. Do as you will but harm none. Having learned all the lessons of Infant, Mimic, Explorer, and Specialist, the individual takes their passions and manifest them into the world.

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No limits

The label “sociopath” is bandied about a lot these days. Haters are gonna hate but lets get our insults correct at least.

Sociopaths are glib, with a superficial charm. A winner’s charm goes all the way to their core. Glib? Never. They are many things but never insincere because their passions fuel the fire inside them.

Sociopaths are manipulative and conning. Winners are clever and cunning.

While sociopaths are lack the empathy to understand the people they interact with, seeing them only as objects in their own internal theater, winners err on the side of over-empathy but they also recognize that there is a bigger picture and that humans tend to act in a self serving manner that runs counter to the good of the group and understand the nature of human psychology well enough to get people to do what they would not ordinarily do under normal circumstances.

Sociopaths have a grandiose sense of self, making them feel entitled. Winners see themselves with bright and non-judgmental clarity. They understand that they win simply by being the best.

Sociopaths are pathological liars. Winners understand that truth is like the layers of an onion and that one can make an make an honest argument for anything, and will debate the pro or con of any statement with equal ease. Both can pass a lie detector test but for diametrically opposed reasons.

Sociopaths lack of remorse, shame or guilt. Winners understand that there is a cost to winning and that those who stand outside of the passionate undertakings looking in will judge based on their own artificial value judgments. Winners know their will be haters and have learned to grow a thick skin. Do the ends justify the means? Depends on the means. As long as they do not compromise the core belief in oneself, then yes.

Sociopaths have shallow emotions. There is nothing shallow about the passions of a winner. Do not mistake their outrage as an inappropriate emotional response. If a winner is outraged, he or she has something very real to be outraged about. A winner may seem unsympathetic to your pain but that is only because they have gone further down that road than any normal person could imagine and have survived.

Sociopaths are incapable of love. Winners do not date outside their own species. This limits them to less than one percent of the human population.

Sociopaths need for constant stimulation. Winners are driven by an innate and intuitive need to achieve the goals they set for themselves. Winners are never quitters but they have learned to revise their goals based on the most current information set.

Sociopaths are callous, lacking empathy. Winners are pragmatic. Shit happens. Get over it.

Sociopaths have poor behavioral controls and have an impulsive nature. Winners operate on a deeply intuitive level and run their lives based on a heady soup of gut instinct, brilliant intellect, and an innate ability to cut to the core of any conundrum. If they seem angry with you when you try to argue with them, it is only because your fuzzy logic is vexing and tiresome.

Sociopaths have early behavior problems and a history of juvenile delinquency. Winners bore easily and their creative use of play and their out-of-the-box problem solving might piss off some authoritarians who think all children, even the round peg children, can be squeezed into square holes.

Sociopaths are irresponsible and unreliable. Winners never renege on a promise but if they do, it will be for a good reason. Hopefully you will understand when they try to explain to you why they might have to break your heart. You will never get them to play the blame-game. Shit happens. Life moves on. The winner is already trying to figure out the next twenty steps in their game plan.

Sociopaths are promiscuous. Winners so very rarely meet any of their own species that they might be forgiven if they stray once or twice.

Sociopaths lack a realistic life plan. Winners dream big. Really big. No. Bigger than that. Megalomaniac big. But they are really happy with failing because their failures are leaps ahead of everyone else’s successes.

Sociopaths have a poor work ethic. Winners are driven. They are the first to show up and the last to leave.

Sociopaths have a criminal or entrepreneurial versatility. So do winners. Sociopaths are always running away from a lie they have told. Winners can reinvent themselves at a moments notice to accommodate the ever changing arena in which they play.

One thing winners and sociopaths have in common. They know that the rules do not apply to them because rules were made to lubricate the friction created by living an everyday, mundane, civilized life. There is nothing ordinary or mundane about the circumstances of being a winner.

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A back door is a method of bypassing normal authentication, securing non-sanctioned remote access to a computer while trying to remain undetected. In the old movie War Games, Dr. Falken put a back door in his sentient computer, WOPR, using the code name Joshua, the name of his dead son. With it, he could supposedly subvert all the other programming imperatives and get the computer to respond to him as his own creation might thereby averting global thermonuclear war. The premise being that a sentient super computer might have a conscious and a sub-conscious brain function as if the computer hard drive had been partitioned and the sub-conscious part had full access to the conscious but not visa versa.

As a real life scenario that movie was hysterical and silly. As an allegory for the nature of the human brain it is dead on.

The human brain functions not only electrically and chemically but also on a quantum level. We all can sense our surrounding using the quantum harmonics of all reality. Physicists have uncovered the quantum mechanics behind intuition, empathy and even the ability to smell.

What does this mean in the big picture of things?

It means every human alive has a backdoor into his sub-conscious. It is a two way door. You can go out and play but other things can come in and take up residence.

For those who know how to manipulate the quantum universe, this door is the means to control the hive mind. The average human is far too busy for deep introspection and far to frightened of “loosing their mind” if they attempt to journey via the quantum highway. If you are unaware of the doorway, you cannot guard against intruders.

Control the hive mind and you control the unconscious reactions of everyone.

How? We are only 6 degrees apart from every other human on the planet.  As the population of the planet becomes denser and more closely confined, this is more true than ever. Control the local hive and the greater hive soon follows. The mechanics of it is not unlike that of a virus. With no immune system to block it, how soon does the outbreak become epidemic? With no defenses, is not a pandemic inevitable?

There are a whole lot of people with their fingers buried deep in the hive mind. Some of them, a very few, actually mean no harm.

Luckily for us, most of them are light weights.

But what if…

Do we find the movie War Games so entertaining because we have been there, in that moment, when someone tickled the back of our minds and said  “Hello, Joshua. Would you like to play a game?”

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It is a puzzling thing, to see the transformation of a child, some mother’s son (or daughter; this malady is not gender specific,) into a brutal and soulless being who with the mere addition of a uniform and a gun, (or a suit and tie and infinite access to the power to screw with people’s lives,) can kill with purpose and intent, without pity, to stand about and watch a body or an economy bleed out slowly onto the pavement, cries for help unheeded, the perpetrators so emotionally broken that they cannot or will not or are unable to empathize with their victim’s pain and suffering.

One can only assume that they believe in nothing. If they spout the dogma of some religion I can only believe it is a lie to cover up the darkness of a soul consumed by its own nihilism. They cannot do what they do and still believe in a higher state of consciousness and connection. No. In order to do what they do, all connections to the greater Whole have to be severed. It is as if the torment of their own lives has driven nails into their eyes, blinding them to everything but the pain. Do they think causing pain in others will negate their own, I wonder?

Babies are not born soulless nor are sociopaths instantly made. It is a death of a thousand cuts, each one severing a small piece of the connection to who they were when they walked through the veil. Religions are certainly only part of the cause, though they have a strong hand in it, distancing you from the power as well as the glory of being holy, wholly connected and in tune with the universe and the hive mind. If you depend on the external to prove your self worth, you are doomed. Only those who have an unassailable inner life can survive when the worlds strips you of everything else.

This is the state of our human condition then, that people with even the merest vestiges of power walk about like zombies whose brains have been lobotomized as surely as if someone took a hot spike and drove it into their right brain and gave it a good stir.

Were this a virus that caused people to turn into sociopaths, we would work night and day to find an antivirus. Instead we shrug and look away, glad that it is not us, on the sidewalk, bleeding to death.

Are they testing their god? Are they trying to prove he exists? Do they stand over the bodies and watch them transform from living to dead meat, waiting? But they are blind. If Death itself showed up to collect their victims, they would be unable to see it. There is no cure for nihilism, it seems, but death itself. There is a paradox and an irony buried in that somewhere.

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One of the weird ancillary side effects of inhabiting an avatar with certain abilities (Human Design) and then filling that avatar with a Higher Self that is a lens  that magnifies a thousand fold is you get strange super powers. Like smellovision. I can smell things around corners and across space/time. It is an odd and quirky ability that amuses me but seems to serve no discernible purpose.

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generic empath definition

the above article is a description of the passive state of empathy. In a nut shell, empathy is the act of extreme listening, using all the tools at your disposal. Empaths are the equivalent of a sensor array on the mast of a battle cruiser.

the active state of empathy falls under the roommate rule–roommate rule: if the mess bothers you and you are the only one to notice it or the first to notice it, or the only one who cares, guess what, you get to clean it up–that is to say, if you can effect change, you do.

if one is jacked into the chi of the OneVerse, the power to effect change is considerable. With practice, that energy can be channeled like lightning–point it where it wants to go and get out of the way.

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