The Two Faces of Psychopathy (A New Kind of Psychopath Pt. 3)

THE PSYCHO LINGUIST

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Psychopaths conceal their true nature and the nature that they reveal is false, it is a facade, a manipulation.  One of the things that has long bothered me is how in my relationships with women I can observe every process, instinct, and narrative that psychopaths have, because women act like psychopaths in relationship.  Women are innate social climbers, if there are only two people in a relationship they will still try to socially climb.  The processes that I have created for my relationships exist to protect myself from irrational, psychopathic people and relationships.

Women are enabled by society to be psychopathic in relationship because of the normative bias of society.  So women show one face to society (investing in and protecting their public reputations) while at the same time destroying or slowly sabotaging the reputation of their men.  Women are submissive to society and aggressive in relationship.   Also they…

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A New Kind of Psychopath Pt. 2

THE PSYCHO LINGUIST

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I can’t win, If you see a pretty woman with an ugly guy you assume she might be in charge, if she is smarter she is probably in charge, if she has more money she is in charge, if he is chasing her she is in charge, now reverse all of those things and turn them around to my relationship with LLL and I was STILL not the boss.  What do I have to do to be the main character in my own life?  To take the lead in my own relationships?

if you see a man and a woman in relationship you assume that he is chasing after her, that he is pursuing her, that is a normative bias?. You think to yourself, “women have vaginas, that woman obviously has a vagina, that man wants her vagina.”  It frames a certain flow in the relationship but what if that…

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My Personal Genius (Poem)

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His Daemon, his Demon

his genius his djinn,

his genie, his yin, his kin.

The Daemon of Jung,

whose praises he sung,

to whom Carl was yang

Philemon.

with felicity and fellowship and philia

boulder upon shoulder

they labored together

to build the tower.

My Daemon, my Demon,

my genius, my djinn,

my genie, my yin, my kin.

To be myself courageously,

Authenticly,

Consistently,

to always be present,

Here in the moment,

informed by my Daemon

Shivastus Solomonicus

the wisest man that ever lived.

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Deconstructing the Ranges in Martial Arts.

Ascending Dragon Style Tai Chi

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If a person is only comfortable in one range then that range tells you something about the person and how they are in relationship with the martial art but also how they are in relationship with relationship.  If a person really likes fighting they prefer the closest range, wrestling.  If a person doesn’t like fighting they prefer a range that is farthest from combat.  This can be a tell that they really don’t want to get hurt.  The less they like fighting the farther the range that they prefer.  If you observe carefully you can see that they are more comfortable in one range than another and you can force them into a range that they are not comfortable with.  Remember that the Spartans thought that the Persians were pussies because of they way in which they used their archers.  This was an actual historical fact.

You can observe…

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The Paradox of Our Age

RARE QUOTES

The Paradox of Our Age

The Paradox of Our Age

We have bigger houses but smaller families;
more conveniences, but less time;
We have more degrees, but less sense;
more knowledge, but less judgement;
more experts, but more problems;
more medicines, but less healthiness;
We’ve been all the way to the moon and back,
but have trouble crossing the street to meet
the new neighbor.
We’ve built more computers to hold more
information to produce more copies than ever,
but have less communications;
We have become long on quantity,
but short on quality.
These times are times of fast foods;
but slow digestion;
Tall man but short character;
Steep profits but shallow relationships.
It is time when there is much in the window,
but nothing in the room.

-H.H. the 14th Dalai Lama

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