Posts Tagged ‘global’

How Dangerous Is The Global Absurdity For Your Mental Health?

Absurdity begins with ideas based on the acceptance of what is bad. This means that you must learn how to be sincere and follow a specific philosophy of life, without imitating the hypocritical examples of the world. Otherwise, your anti-conscience will destroy your conscience by generating a mental illness within your conscience with its absurd ideas.

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The Global Ignorance About The Importance Of Dreams

You will be able to easily translate your dreams, or other people’s dreams. This means that you will have additional and helpful information about everything. You will also be able to understand the symbolic meaning of your daily reality by translating the meaning of important signs like dreams, without sleeping and dreaming. This information will help you understand your reality and predict the future.

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Psychology and The Global Superficiality

God punishes the human being when the human being can be saved thanks to a punishment. The snake represents the punishment that saves the person from future complications and tragic life situations when they are able to regret having made this mistake. Now that you have this knowledge, after having a dream about a snake you must understand that you are making a mistake, and stop making it. The unconscious mind will help you discover what you cannot see alone by sending you more information in your next dreams.

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Scientific Discoveries Hidden by The World Leaders – The Global Absurdity

Jung’s work disturbed our world leaders. Whatever proves that we are absurd goes against their interests. This is why it is simply hidden, or gradually replaced by different information. Jung had discovered that everyone inherits an one-sided psychological type from birth, which predetermines his or her behavior. This information fitted with the information given by the research and discoveries of the German biologist and behaviorist Konrad Lorenz who received a Nobel Prize in 1974.

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