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Organic portals are said to comprise approximately half of the human population; the other half mostly consists of souled humans1. Here we define “soul” as the core of individualized consciousness that remains intact between successive incarnations.
While souled humans have a divine spark of consciousness that gives them the ability of individual self-awareness, OPs lack this divine spark and are only dimly conscious in comparison. They belong to an animal-like group soul that exists, evolves, and incarnates collectively rather than individually3. While each souled human has a relatively unique energy shaped by that person’s awareness, experience, and essence, the energy that animates one OP is the same animating any other.
However, there is another issue and that is, true esoteric work and knowledge can only be grasped and applied by a certain type of human and that another type of man does not posses this ability in his/her current life cycle.
One type has a soul, the other one is soul-less, so to speak. There is no difference on the outside and in terms of personality, but the inner life is vastly different. No one is better or worse than the other, but all are part of this evolutionary cycle. The idea of the soul is something that many religions, philosophers and spiritual teachings talk about.
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One of the hardest things sometime a person can do is "forgive" themselves for mistakes they may have made. In the process of coming to a place of understanding why you missed the "red flags" and had a relationship with a person society has defined as a "sociopath" can be hard to accept.
However, it was not your FAULT.....remember that and UNDERSTAND, it was not your FAULT!
On the surface none of us want to be known as the person who was with a sociopath but it happens often.....very often as a matter of fact. It crosses all socio-economic backgrounds as well.
Join us as we discuss what it is like and why one might end up in a relationship with a "sociopath."
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Lady Taz and the panel examine the traits of a sociopath. With statistics that say that 1 of every 25 people walking around has the sociopathic traits--- maybe we need to be aware of the traits and dangers. When we hear the word "sociopath" we think of a killer but that is an extreme and not the norm. Listen in to this a continuation of "He is not who you think he is"
Sociopathy is a type of anti-social personality disorder, a condition that prevents people from adapting to the ethical and behavioral standards of his or her community.
Warning: Only a licensed professional has the authority to officially diagnose an individual with sociopathy. If you believe that you or somebody you know suffers from sociopathy, seek clinical help in order to receive proper treatment.
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Spices of Life will recap ‘Empire’ 2-hour season finale airing Wednesday
In the hip-hop drama’s two-hour Season 1 finale, Lucious (Terrence Howard) has a secret that threatens the music-centered relationship he’s forming with his son, Jamal (Jussie Smollett). Hakeem (Bryshere Y. Gray) flirts with the enemy while plotting his next career move and Cookie (Taraji P. Henson) hatches a plan to get herself back on top.
Many People Believe That "Empire" Is Yet Another Sterotypical Drama Highlighting Black People In A Negative Fashion! Do the Black IMAGES we see and support every day in media affect how we’re treated by and in society? Or Is "Empire" Simply Raising Issues That The Black Community Would Rather Be Left Unspoken Of Such As Gay Rights And Mental Illness? In The Past These Topics Have Been Taboo In The Black Community! Is Cookie Too Much Or She The Strong Black Woman That Most Women Are Identifying With Today? Is Lucious A Sociopath Or A Real Man Simply Trying To Leave A Legacy For His Family?
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Tune In Thursday March 12, 2015 @ 8/7 PM EST, As Spices Of Life Discuss The Hit TV Series "Empire." Is Empire Failing The Black Community? "Numbers Do Not Lie, "Empire" Is Indeed The Hottest New Drama On TV! "Empire" Is Winning With Ratings As The Number Of Viewers Increase Weekly! The "Empire" pilot earned 14 million viewers during its first week across all platforms. For its latest episode, 14.2 million people watched in one day. "Empire's" audience has been growing since the minute it premiered — literally. Viewership increased from beginning to end of the pilot episode and ratings have risen every week. However Many People Believe That "Empire" Is Yet Another Sterotypical Drama Highlighting Black People In A Negative Fashion! Do the Black IMAGES we see and support every day in media affect how we’re treated by and in society? Or Is "Empire" Simply Raising Issues That The Black Community Would Rather Be Left Unspoken Of Such As Gay Rights And Mental Illness? In The Past These Topics Have Been Taboo In The Black Community! Is Cookie Too Much Or She The Strong Black Woman That Most Women Are Identifying With Today? Is Lucious A Sociopath Or A Real Man Simply Trying To Leave A Legacy For His Family? Tune In As We Discuss These Questions And Many More! Call 914 803 4501 And Press 1 To Add Your Spice!
“The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.” ~Mahatma Gandhi
and in visions of what could have been if I hadn’t been wronged. I blamed someone else for the life I didn’t have, and felt vindicated in the soul-sucking resentment I carried around from day to day.
I realize it makes less compelling writing to talk so generally, but these stories aren’t only mine to tell. They involve someone I love and have since forgiven. So perhaps the kindest thing I can do both for them and me is not retell the story, but instead create a new one: a story about letting go.
It’s a hard thing to do—to completely let go of something painful and forgive the person who may or may not have realized what they did. At my angriest point, I was convinced the person who hurt me did it with full intention and cruelty. I felt not a shred of compassion; just unadulterated pain and rage.
Then I realized, unless someone is a sociopath, they are rarely without feeling. And if they’ve hurt another person, even if their ego prevents them from admitting it, odds are they feel remorse on some level.
No one is purely bad, and everyone carries their own pain which influences the decisions they make. This doesn’t condone their thoughtless, insensitive, or selfish decisions, but it makes them easier to understand.
After all, we’ve all been thoughtless, insensitive, and selfish at times. Usually, we have good intentions.
And for the most part, we all do the best we can from day to day—even when we hurt someone; even when we’re too stubborn, ashamed, or in denial to admit the hurt we’ve caused.
So how do you forgive someone when every fiber of your being resists? How do you look at them lovingly when you still have the memory of their unloving action?
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Dr Robi Ludwig will be our guest interview for this week We will talk to the amazing Dr about her new Coldwell Banker Real Estate venture, We will discuss her Book and we Get into the mind of a sociopath and a stalker. We also go over signs that your spouse could be having homicidal thoughts towards you
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Today we shall coveer something very basic when it comes to people who like to steal homes (also knowns as House Jackers). They are usually either sociopaths or psychopaths.
We shall teach you the distinctions and then give you some strategies that can solve your problems in dealing with them or anyone with a dangerous mind
We shall take a look at one case study to illustrate.