Posts Tagged ‘primitive’

How To Stop Being Suffocated By Your Primitive Conscience

All introverts need dream therapy because they are nearer mental disorders than extroverts, who rule the world in our atheistic and materialistic historical time. The importance of materialism (which is defended by extroverts) is more convincing than the importance of spirituality, defended by introverts. Extroverts seem to be more intelligent because they are easily satisfied when they can have material pleasures, while the truth is that introverts are more intelligent than them because they don’t trust the hypocritical world.

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Where is God? Scientific Proof That God Exists

Nobody is perfect because nobody tries to be perfect. Nobody cares about attaining perfection. However, God demands perfection from you, the same way He demands perfection from everyone else. God wants to see you having the behavior of a saint. Is this a surprise for you? Perhaps it is, since even the members of the church believe with apathy that ‘God forgives our sins because He knows that we are imperfect’. God is revolted with those who supposedly represent Him on Earth because they have distorted His lessons.

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

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.

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What Is Mental Illness? What Provokes Mental Illnesses to The Human Mind?

In order to be happy, the live conscience needs organization, understanding, compassion and patience before the difficulties of existence, otherwise it can only lose control when facing pain, becoming too violent and aggressive.

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