Mental Health Support – How to Detect Absurd Thoughts Generated by Your Primitive Conscience

2614321737_f7ecb311f8_mThe human absurdity was a mysterious hypothesis that we couldn’t understand for centuries.

Thanks to the research and the discoveries of the psychiatrist Carl Jung through dream interpretation, and to my research and discoveries continuing his work, we have a clear vision of what happens in the human mind.

Today we know that we have inherited a wild conscience in the biggest part of our brain, which remains in a primitive condition. It keeps trying to destroy the human side of our conscience through the use of absurdity in order to control our behavior.

This truth explains why so many mental disorders and mental illnesses torture our population throughout time.

The anti-conscience, our wild and primitive conscience, interferes in the functioning of the human side of our conscience when it manages to invade it. It starts sending us many absurd thoughts. However, their absurdity is camouflaged by a false logic, and by futility.

The anti-conscience is a sneaky demon that can think and prepare many traps for our human conscience. It justifies its absurdity by using selfish and futile concepts that easily mislead our ignorant and naive human side.

In order to detect the absurd thoughts imposed by the anti-conscience you need to read my conclusions after continuing Jung’s research in the unknown region of the human psyche. This is a complex subject that cannot be explained in only a few words.

In this short article I will give you a few lessons that will help you understand the most common absurd thoughts imposed by the anti-conscience, so that you may understand the danger you are exposed to, and so that I may give you basic protection.

The anti-conscience’s intention is to destroy your capacity to judge reality. It uses your ego in order to make you desire people and things that you cannot possess, eliminating your good judgment.

Your ego is very demanding because it is a tool used by the anti-conscience.

The anti-conscience will make you believe that your ego must always be in a superior position. Then it will make you desire what you cannot possess.

In the continuation, your ego will put various obstacles in your way due to its pride, so that you may become frustrated. This means that the anti-conscience make you behave like a selfish monster, justifying your cruelty with the intention to protect your ego.

It will make you do the opposite of what you should do if you wanted to possess what you desire, so that you may become desperate.

In your despair, you will easier accept the next, even more absurd suggestions of the anti-conscience, making you believe that they will help you get out of trouble. However, you will be trapped in more difficult situations, leading to craziness.

You must be very careful whenever you have thoughts that are characterized by:

- Selfishness

- Desire of revenge

- Immorality

- Cruelty

- Pride

- Indifference to the human pain

- Greed

- Hypocrisy

- Futility

These thoughts are imposed by the anti-conscience without a doubt. You have to reject them and never follow the anti-conscience’s suggestions.

Study the dream language with my dynamic method of instant dream translation, derived from Carl Jung’s method of dream interpretation, and you’ll be helped by the unconscious mind. You’ll learn how to clearly detect the absurd thoughts of the anti-conscience, and how to completely eliminate its dangerous influence.


Christina Sponias continued Carl Jung’s research into the human psyche, discovering the cure for all mental illnesses, and simplifying the scientific method of dream interpretation that teaches you how to exactly translate the meaning of your dreams, so that you can find health, wisdom and happiness.

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