Tag Archives: consciousness

Are We Really Living Our Own Lives?

Are we really living our own lives? Or are we living “their” program for life with distractions preventing us from changing for the better? The majority of the populace don’t seem to understand the powers that be, controllers, manipulators, globalists, elites, etc., “them” and “they”, want us to be focused on pleasure, enjoyment, gratification, amusement, etc., the “American Dream”, the […]

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Anthropomorphism – Cognitive Biases (Pt.5)

Anthropomorphism and personification is taking qualities, aspects, characteristics, properties and attributes of human consciousness (thoughts, emotions, intentions, behavior) or physical forms (body, face, eye), and applying them to non-human entities, real or imagined. Anthropomorphism is seen in recent and older children’s animated movies, children literature, comics, sci-fi, other fiction, and all the way back to ancient mythologies. Anthropomorphism has been […]

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Learn to Let Go. Objective Detachment – Psychology (Pt.2)

Identification and Attachment Attachment blinds us to reality. Attachment is the root of suffering. Detachment is freedom. Attachment applies on many levels of life because its intricately rooted into our ego-personality-identity construct, our sense of self, self-image, self-view and worldview perception of the world. The more we value and identify with things, the more we become attached to them. This […]

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