Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.
Did you miss your activation email?

Login with username, password and session length

Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.


Messages - indjaseemun

1 2 [3] 4 ... 52
31
Interzone / Re: Farting
« on: November 15, 2013, 05:24:44 PM »
When you reach middle age, farting is no longer something you have any choice over, regarding when, or how loud.

WTF?? Middle age? I thought this didn't happen until old age.

I am certainly aware that just because it is natural it is not meant to be on display.

This all comes down to the symbol of the serpents of the caduceus: Really, a lot of problems today can be best comprehended through its use, by analogy.

On one side, you've got the insensitive people, some of them just don't care, some are very extroverted, some come from poor social backgrounds. These people tend to be less bothered by "ethical" codes concerning such things. On the other side you've got the repressed people, the pathologically shy people, men who were feminized by bad upbringing, etc... being pathologically wary of displaying these manifestations, first by being tabula rasa and indoctrinated into thinking like this, having not much of a choice (if there was dispute and constant fighting between the parents, a boy will shun even more the "disgusting" manifestations related to male behavior/father), then in childhood it becomes a choice, it seem like the most "cultured" choice, and then when the silliness of it all is seen, too late, you're already conditioned.

The serpents of the caduceus represent to opposite-complementary forces rising separately from the same ground, withtout ever touching each other until reaching the end of the stick, upon which are wings. But they to entangle themselves, without mixing, in a rope like fashion.



This has a lot to do with how the feminization of men is accomplished. There is a diminishing of the importance and truthfullnes of the male father model, and this is very easy as the woman is related to more earth like things. (I don't know if it really is this is really the case, but it is associated with, for example, being responsible for the fall).

Another strategy of disorientation is making virulent propaganda making some aspect of reality/behavior look bad by magnifying its bad sides while relating it with abnormal behaviours while glorifying its opposite.

Ex: Violence --> To glorify pacifism at all costs, resulting in insane measures on children in school, etc., while showing only the negative and stupid side of violence. This way even when the violence is justified, pictures of senseless and stupid violence also pop up in order to stain it all.

The serpents of the caduceus can be used to balance out all of this disorientation imbalances.


32
Interzone / Farting
« on: November 15, 2013, 11:16:23 AM »
This may seem silly but it's a curiosity of mine. When to fart? If farting is natural, should we do it when we feel like it? Of course not in meetings, important places like church we can try to hold it, etc...

But what if you just met a woman? Is there a designated time when it is ok to fart with her? Would it not be honest to fart from the start?

Why do most women fart less in public and take more time to fart with their partners?

What about the noises in the bathroom? Why are they considered offensive? Isn't that a kind of sickness or perversion? Shouldn't the noises of defecation be considered healthy?

33
Interzone / Re: Audio turns to visual in the mind
« on: November 10, 2013, 08:47:54 PM »
There is the imagination of scenes that you mentioned, but there is also a more primal level.

If you accept the notion of the Unconscious, then it is obvious all sound has its visual counterpart. Not only vision, but much more, more intense than visual, but visual included. All music has its visual, pictorial counterpart, of course. It's part of the music and sound sequence itself. When you think you are only hearing the music, this is an illusion. Of course, you're hearing it, but once you do, you are also receiving a lot of other more sensorial-sixth sense type stuff. Just contemplate the music for some time and that will become obvious.

34
Interzone / Re: Humans are not Intelligent
« on: November 09, 2013, 12:34:09 PM »
Animals would neither think of, nor contemplate, any of this.
That is what nature is: it is what it is, and does what it does.
Nothing else in nature, but us, intellectualizes every moment of its existence.

True, but intellect is not the same as despair. When an animal is being eaten alive, were he to have something similar to thinking (which they do, they produce different tones of noises to communicate, parrots can learn to speak and form sentences, etc), it would be like "Oh no, god damn it! This is messed up!!!"

To think otherwise makes it seem like the animal is like some impartial buddhist or something. You can see their anger in their faces.

Note also how the most animalistic reactions in humans, that you can see all over their expression, but mostly in their faces and voice tone, are also the ones who most have to do with dissatisfaction, disgust, moral reprehension, a feeling that something is inherently wrong.

35
Interzone / Re: Humans are not Intelligent
« on: November 08, 2013, 11:54:36 PM »
It's just that we have the bad habit of romaticizing nature, animals and their mistakes in general.

It's obvious that by its capacity, mankind has the chance of the most fuck-ups of all. Be it psychological, ethical, courage, stupidity of whatever: Because more complex things require high-maintenance, it has also the most chance to crash, and a most monumental crash. Take the ecosystems, which are so complex because spanning thousands of kilometers, yet when they go into entropy there comes monumental dread like floods, etc...

But take the animal realm: We don't kow what goes on their minds. To our mind, a society gone bad, a society gone sour, unethical, immoral, idiotic, is bad, terrible. But what of the animal that is mutilated? What of the animal that just wanted to chill and take care, of its family, of its friends, and endp up chewed in the mouth of some predator?

Things go wrong for animals also. It's just that our keen and sensitive aesthetic style coupled with our keen psychological sensitiveness + the denial necessary to maintain the social orderand the pecking order (studied among others by sigmind freud) makes it seem like we are hell bent, but isn't this too much of a satirical point of view? Can't animals have irony in their lives also? Or just us?

36
Interzone / Re: Who attends this forum?
« on: November 06, 2013, 12:11:35 PM »
Quote
Now on books things can go wild. Writing is more creative, and if people want to read shit, let them. I would have no problem writing wild stuff to entertain people. I need to eat.

Is that the best you could be doing with your life?

Why not? What is the limit? Who is the regulator, and what is the rule? Would you rather not smell the pretty morning in the sky, everyday? To tune in with the buzz of the bees, and fear the dreaded wolf. But that wolf is also god, for god is you and everything, and above all, Love. So Love, love unconditionally, love your neighbor, love your family like there's no tomorrow.

If not, then who? If why, then how? Questions, questions... just surrender now. Just like, just love. A just life is like a dog. A dog that never judges, and only wants to pee. Please, I beg of you, tune yourself in with the buzz of the bees.


from my upcoming book: WHY DO WE MAKE LIFE SO COMPLICATED

37
Interzone / Re: How to not disappear up your own ass.
« on: November 05, 2013, 12:02:09 AM »
I didn't say I was ugly. Anyway, thanks for the advice.

38
Interzone / Re: How to not disappear up your own ass.
« on: November 04, 2013, 11:26:51 PM »
Funny you should mention that. I was thinking how ugly I was, just this morning, based upon official photos for official documents. And that I was so ugly that it really didn't matter. I mean, if you're only a bit ugly, maybe you worry about it, but when its so extreme, there's nothing you can do, anyway. So why worry?
Why worry about anything?
It makes absolutely no difference to the eventual outcome, except that whatever it is you're worrying about will have depleted you, and rendered you less able to deal with whatever it was you were worried about.

I ask it because I think of it all the time.

Based upon official photos for documents? Not a mirror?

Anyway, easier said than done, to stop worrying... but if it's possible, let me know.

39
Interzone / Re: How to not disappear up your own ass.
« on: November 04, 2013, 08:00:40 PM »
What about worrying about appearance, your own looks?

40
Interzone / Re: Who attends this forum?
« on: November 03, 2013, 11:33:49 PM »
Not that I care what you think, but I meant that I am going to have no problem, if the opportunity comes, to provide psychological therapy to people by the book, as the council of psychology teaches. The person gets what is being announced.

Now on books things can go wild. Writing is more creative, and if people want to read shit, let them. I would have no problem writing wild stuff to entertain people. I need to eat.

41
Interzone / Re: Waking up.
« on: November 03, 2013, 01:04:45 PM »
Waking up means that somehow, you understand the ancient symbol of the serpents of the caduceus.

That, in a way, can mean that you understand your own shitness as much as other people's. Not so much your shitness but your wrongness, stubborness.When we realize, as small things as they may be, our injustices rooted in deep prejudices, towards all too known people, like family, we see that they have their side also and it's worthwile. It's not a coincidence that the opposite serpentes, joining at the top, produce the wings.

It's about noticing the most similarity to eternal truth a person is doing and acknowledging it.



***





42
Interzone / Re: Who attends this forum?
« on: November 02, 2013, 04:24:02 PM »
I was once the editor of a short lived Brazilian Version of ANUS. But you can't go on spreading your site to people and say the name is ANUS.

I don't know if selling out to a more popular style is the same as giving bad advice and shit texts... Maybe to say more truth in the manner of pop psychology, but still keeping it real, might breathe some fresh air into people who only read self help books...

But I only meant that in writing, books are a whole different topic. OF COURSE I would not mess with people's lives in real therapy.

43
Interzone / Re: Waking up.
« on: November 02, 2013, 04:21:47 PM »
What comes next? After the end of days

44
Interzone / Re: Who attends this forum?
« on: November 02, 2013, 01:50:24 PM »
23 years old, started law school, hated it, dropped out, now in psychology university. Quite better. My preoccupation is, I have psychological problems. Who hasn't, in this day and age (funny fact - the world ages, yugas, etc. are not fixed linear concepts, but way more dynamic). The problem is I have some Obs. compulsivedisorders. I know I can diminish it, but don't know when I will be able to totally extinguish it.

Most people would not want their psychologist to be like that. anyway, the psychologist is not forbidden to have his own problems. He just gotta be a good professional. Plus, I plan to write

I recently published an article about the sensibility and perception in living beings, consciousness and consciousness after death in a small journal from a small psychological clinic here (4.000 thousand copies only in my small city. I love living in small city...)

If nothing works out, I sell out: I'm pretty sure I can write whatever mumbo-jumbo people are after to read these days... I'll improvise some below, but as I'm more accostumed to brazilian style, my american style self-help cliches might not be so good:

Only you can help yourself. That pretty girl on the counter, that agressive jock, that genius that you so admire (if you're lucky) or, hell, even that charming petty criminal from the movies who steals to eat like Charles Chaplin: They are all just like you. There is nothing in them that stands out from you except one thing: Their ability to plan and execute their dreams*, and most of all, their strenght.

But what is strenght? Isn't that what is known as Social Darwinism? No, this humble writer despises this chain of thought. Rather, it is your innermost essence, that nothing can corrupt. Brain lesions may seem to corrupt it, and they do, in a way, but only temporarily. Your spirit is indestructible. Remember that on your great walk through the corridors of the schools of life, and take good care of your locker. If you're dedicated, hopefully it will be more like a prestigious university where the bathrooms are fine and your locker is well locked and full of nice books (and an emergency kit), and way less like high school where you're locked in your locker or flushed in the bathroom. You choose what you own, not the other way around. I'll finish with a line from the great movie Adaptation: You are what you love, not what loves you.


Pretty good for improvising, huh? Us over verbal types gotta leak it somehow. Way better than the chuck lorre vanity cards. That guy is a writer of sitcoms, and although I enjoy watching the Big Bang Theory, (it's funny) he has plenty of bad moments, cliches, and I HATE THE FUCKING LAUGHS. THEY SHOULD BE ABOLISHED FROM SITCOMS. IT'S POINTLESS, AND DON'T SAY IT'S BECAUSE OF THE AUDIENCE, BECAUSE THEY INSERT THE LAUGHS WHEN IT'S FILMED OUTDOORS ALSO.

PS: If anyone is interested in my article, say so and I'll translate and put it here. It's quite nice.

* if you're gonna write self help bullshit, be sure to include Dreams in it

45
Interzone / Re: Ia!
« on: October 30, 2013, 03:56:31 PM »
I guess the question here is: Did it work??

1 2 [3] 4 ... 52