Megan Alecia

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  1. Lies are evil. If you claim expertise in something you know nothing about, you are doubtlessly evil. Irl this may be a bit different, but perhaps only because we so quickly get impressed by strong personalities. So a perception problem, but doesn't change the consequences of your actions. The consequences of our actions = what so many of us don't wanna hear about. Hence the success of industries like the new agers, the self-help guys, and the law of attraction stuff. I know life is hard. Learning is the only way. Hence your faux-expertise are a form of evil.
  2. I feel like every single one of us is a "problem of the world". No point in using generalizations. The only "good" is "good action". Firm boundaries, kindness and empathy (especially towards oneself), constant learning.
  3. Boundaries. Ignore the toxic person. Ugh.
  4. Garbage in, garbage out. Evil resides in everybodys hearts, or shall I say - minds. It can escape it anytime.
  5. You ask yourself - "am I saying this to put myself above him or her, or am I saying this because I sincerely believe in it." There's a reason why "fake it till you make it" is such a popular catchprase in society lol.
  6. Find what you like doing and be really good at it. That's the typical template for an archetypal hero anyway.
  7. Probably not, because human traits are acquired through society. A psychopath operates through deceit, superficial charm, exploitation, etc none of which cannot be learned without the rest of us.
  8. Rules of the Game: "I can calculate the motions of heavenly bodies, but not the madness of people." — Isaac Newton "Human behavior is the potential and expressed capacity (mentally, physically, and socially) of human individuals or groups to respond to internal and external stimuli throughout their life. While specific traits of one's personality, temperament, and genetics may be more consistent, other behaviors change as one moves between life stages—i.e., from birth through adolescence, adulthood, and, for example, parenthood and retirement. Behavior is also driven, in part, by thoughts and feelings, which provide insight into individual psyche, revealing such things as attitudes and values. Human behavior is shaped by psychological traits, as personality types vary from person to person, producing different actions and behavior. Extraverted people, for instance, are more likely than introverted people to participate in social activities like parties. The behavior of humans (just as of other organisms) falls upon a spectrum, whereby some behaviors are common while others unusual, and some are acceptable while others beyond acceptable limits. The acceptability of behavior depends heavily upon social norms and is regulated by various means of social control, partly due to the inherently conformist nature of human society in general. Thus, social norms also condition behavior, whereby humans are pressured into following certain rules and displaying certain behaviors that are deemed acceptable or unacceptable depending on the given society or culture. Human behavior is studied by the social sciences, which include psychology, sociology, economics, and anthropology. In sociology, behavior may broadly refer to all basic human actions, including those that possess no meaning—actions directed at no person. Behavior in this general sense should not be mistaken with social behavior. Social behavior, a subset of human behavior that accounts for actions directed at others, is concerned with the considerable influence of social interaction and culture, as well as ethics, social environment, authority, persuasion, and coercion." (Wikipedia) "The human condition is all of the characteristics and key events that compose the essentials of human existence, including birth, growth, emotion, aspiration, conflict, and mortality. This is a very broad topic which has been and continues to be pondered and analyzed from many perspectives, including those of religion, philosophy, history, art, literature, anthropology, psychology, and biology. As a literary term, "the human condition" is typically used in the context of ambiguous subjects, such as the meaning of life or moral concerns." (Wikipedia)
  9. Peak Experiences and Transcendent States "Human behavior is the potential and expressed capacity (mentally, physically, and socially) of human individuals or groups to respond to internal and external stimuli throughout their life. While specific traits of one's personality, temperament, and genetics may be more consistent, other behaviors change as one moves between life stages—i.e., from birth through adolescence, adulthood, and, for example, parenthood and retirement. Behavior is also driven, in part, by thoughts and feelings, which provide insight into individual psyche, revealing such things as attitudes and values. Human behavior is shaped by psychological traits, as personality types vary from person to person, producing different actions and behavior. Extraverted people, for instance, are more likely than introverted people to participate in social activities like parties. The behavior of humans (just as of other organisms) falls upon a spectrum, whereby some behaviors are common while others unusual, and some are acceptable while others beyond acceptable limits. The acceptability of behavior depends heavily upon social norms and is regulated by various means of social control, partly due to the inherently conformist nature of human society in general. Thus, social norms also condition behavior, whereby humans are pressured into following certain rules and displaying certain behaviors that are deemed acceptable or unacceptable depending on the given society or culture. Human behavior is studied by the social sciences, which include psychology, sociology, economics, and anthropology. In sociology, behavior may broadly refer to all basic human actions, including those that possess no meaning—actions directed at no person. Behavior in this general sense should not be mistaken with social behavior. Social behavior, a subset of human behavior that accounts for actions directed at others, is concerned with the considerable influence of social interaction and culture, as well as ethics, social environment, authority, persuasion, and coercion." (wikipedia) "The human condition is all of the characteristics and key events that compose the essentials of human existence, including birth, growth, emotion, aspiration, conflict, and mortality. This is a very broad topic which has been and continues to be pondered and analyzed from many perspectives, including those of religion, philosophy, history, art, literature, anthropology, psychology, and biology. As a literary term, "the human condition" is typically used in the context of ambiguous subjects, such as the meaning of life or moral concerns." (wikipedia)
  10. Have something really meaningful going on with your life. Something that matters to you truly. This is what oftentimes people realize during their psych trips imo (me included).
  11. Infinity = things not being still. Infinite possibilities, guaranteed that you know what to do and how to do it (like this man with his molotov cocktails he saw from a game).
  12. Feel deeply with your body. Eat the "egg" so to speak of your negative emotions, like fear,, anger, strong intense ones. Youd feel that you now have a relationship with your own body after this.
  13. There's no God, only human beings, and since the idea of a human being can only exist in the human mind, this must mean that we are inherently selfless beings, albeit caught under the illusion of having one.
  14. @modmyth I'd prefer not to. What is going on?
  15. You wouldn't even tell me. @modmyth
  16. Hey @modmyth what is going on? Why did you block me my account?
  17. @BlackMaze I don't know if it works at all. Perhaps the buddhist type stuff works for some people. I haven't seen it working instantaneously.
  18. @Kalo hierarchy is a human construct. By attributing a hierarchical quality to Godhood you are assuming that God has human-like qualities, which we clearly don't have a proof of.
  19. Eckhart is quite a dry guy, I feel like he only says the same stuff all the time.
  20. This is pure chaos lol.
  21. I think his new content is too focused on society stuff. Hence the cultish vibe.
  22. Good = that which corresponds to truth Bad = that which denies the truth