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BDSM

BDSM

 

This acronym formally expands to Bondage, Dominance and Sadomasochism.

 


We use this to refer to the culture and practice of dominance and submission that is within Society.

 

In groups Societal energy loves to push one down.

 

Most of Society has a job.  All jobs have a hierarchical structure.  For example team leader, office manager, vice president, head of department, head of year, principal, head of their school district.

 

Attacking energy is directed externally down their hierarchies and includes hits to health, wealth and happiness.

 

This is a small chapter but BDSM is the major issue with modern human Society.  Within its very fabric is interwoven the ideology of BDSM.  Dominance, enforced control over others, and the reciprocal submission is a primordial instinct that's a remnant from our time spent as lower lifeforms.

 


As humans we need to free ourselves from the feral, group behavior which is BDSM.

 

Firstly, enforcing one's will upon others is wrong.  It removes their innate civil right of free will.  Of course groups have hierarchies but decisions can be made as a group without autocratic control being necessary.  Everyone in the group can be catered for.  Bullying is totally unacceptable.  Law enforcement helps Society, in general, yet it's the sole exception.  Its force is exerted on an individual by Society for its protection.  Recidivism must be discouraged by punishment.

 

Secondly, Society plays group way, way, way too much.  A dirty look shot your way, someone barging past you, a snide comment, someone staring you out, they're all unwanted external group invading your reality.  People judge others instantly, at first glance.  They have no right to cast judgement but they do it anyway.  Often they don't hide very well their displeasure.  It's very readable in their body language.  You're not part of their group just because you're on the same train.  You don't have to let yourself be belittled by them, as is their intent.  For them to gain group status and for you to lose the same.  You're not part of their group.

 

Thirdly, Society is insanely, deeply disturbed.  99% hate their slave planet system.  See chapter Financial Iniquity.  They hate their place in it.  They hate themselves for not resisting, not becoming a separatist.  They hate their lack of freedoms.  They'd rather hate someone else, distribute blame.  That could easily be you.  Especially if they can find a reason to be envious of you.  A newer car, blonder hair, bigger feet, bigger breasts, fatter wallet, a golden bank card, more children, less fat, the list is literally endless.  Even a 'friend' envious of your new shoes is an instance of Society hating you.  It's a negative bond; it's a type of hate.  Even though, and this is extremely disturbing, it's nothing.  It's nothing special, out of the ordinary.  You'd probably both laugh (a group behavior) it off.  Probably only getting an annoyed response if they borrow your new jacket and don't give it back in a timely fashion.  Probably only getting an angry response if they thieve it, maybe not even if they 'accidentally' break it.

 

BDSM is institutionalized in financial iniquity despite intelligence and creativity.  It's in the monarchical Societies still in existence in heaps of First World countries.

 

There's a very nasty Attack we call Attack THWD; They Have, We Don't.  It's a BDSM Attack.  An example is if your Windows 8 tablet offers you a free upgrade to Windows 10 but your disk doesn't have the space for the download.  In other words heaps of other people are getting something cool, for free, which you can't have (unless you buy a new tablet computer).  Or your liquor store cards you and you're below the legal age.  Or you see the next queue moving quicker than yours.  Nasty vibes.

 

Metaphorically (and physically) speaking, daddy doesn't hit you because he loves you.

 


Torture anyone for long enough and they'll either die or tell you anything you want to hear in order to stop their torture.  External pressure, people pressuring you, even to achieve what you were planning to anyway, is bad.  It's the same thing on a smaller scale.  It's a BDSM dominance and subjugation game and nothing to do with them helping you.  This is very different from encouragement.  Encouragement is your group aiding your will power, like to complete a task.  If you involve external group energies it then totally changes from a challenge by your energies, that generally let you succeed in life even if only gradually, and becomes a competition, against external energies, Attack, that go to great lengths to stop you succeeding.  This is why you shouldn't discuss your life, especially your future plans, with external.  Pressure is a form of dominance, a terrible thing, that believes its will is more righteous than your own.  It's a form of theft; a stealing of your accomplishments by taking credit for them.  It was, in their view, their will which enabled you to succeed and not your own strength.  It's a type of parasitism; an enforced bond.  They subjugated you and they perversely see this as having helped you when in fact they've taken from you.  By succeeding or achieving without their pressure you build up your own confidence, your belief, in your own, independent strengths.

 

As another example, a time of great accomplishment and expenditure during travel by flying brings out BDSM dominance.  In poorer countries it's possible to see almost everyone on their cellphones to their group/s to remind their callee and their own energies that they deserve dominant group status.  It's disturbing that they have such a low opinion of themselves and that they feel the need to resort to BDSM one-upmanship.

 

Coming of age 18 year olds in America going off to college, away from the controlling influence of parents and other adults, instead of cozying up with the opposite gender to start a family do instead segregate themselves by gender in fraternities and sororities and strictly reinforce the BDSM system of Society.


 

HATE

 


When something is good, you want it in your life, you like it or even love it.  When something is bad or evil, you don't want it in your life, you dislike it or even hate it.  Hating is as natural and integral a part of life as loving.  It is simply a manifestation of negative desire.  See chapter Good & Bad.

 

There's a social pressure to love.  To be blinkered into thinking that there's no evil in the world.  Denying the existence of badness, as if that would keep it at bay.  Hate itself has become demonized.  The primal act of saying no to evil (Attack) is being criminalized.  Hate Speech wanting to negate the right to free speech.  Hate Crimes legislation despite all violent crime being crimes of hatred.

 

Some say hatred breeds hatred.  But this doesn't negate the validity nor natural usefulness of all hatred.  One can be a non-violent person in general, yet be sensibly moved to violence when violence is used against one.  Hatred can easily be deserved.  Without being blamed for starting a never-ending cycle of hatred.  It's simply the manifestation of negative desire.  Negative desire is just as allowable as positive desire.  One is allowed to have preferences in life!

 

For example, in megopoli there's a heap of aspects that might deserve your hatred; violence, BDSM, perversion, criminality.  It's OK to hate a axe wielding maniac who broke into your home at night.  To be moved to violence and shoot him dead to protect your family would be justifiable and understandable to many.  To outsource the solution to Society's law enforcement perhaps for them to shoot him dead would probably be acceptable to almost everyone.  Whatever else you do, it's OK to not want them in your home.  It's OK to not want them in your life, or in other words to dislike them, and, let's be honest, to hate them.  Society, people, will judge you for your actions.  Your actions are motivated by your desires.  It's easy to feel judged for your preferences; your likes, your dislikes, your loves and your hates.  Still loving and hating are both allowed, natural and healthy.  Still there is no such thing as a thought crime.  Most countries' legal systems wouldn't prosecute you for using violence to protect your home from an armed intruder.  Even if you didn't simply outsource it back to Society.  You're still a hater.  They're still hated.  Yet everything's still OK.

 

Sometimes, some people are attracted to a detrimental bond of hatred.  Some people, some energies will be your scum solely to be in your life.  Don't let it in.  Be not interested.  Be very wary of this.

 

If you ever use the word "hate", know what you are meaning, know what you are evoking, be adult; take responsibility for your actions.

 

There is no such thing as a hate crime.  All crimes of violence are crimes of hatred.  It's commonly acknowledged that rape is a crime of hatred (not love).  The rapist utilizes violence to enforce their dominance over their victim.  It is this behavior which is commonly acknowledged as evidence of hatred.  Yet Society is BDSM dominance based.  It is therefore evident that Society hates itself and specifically its members, its citizens.

 

The Southern Poverty Law Center is a too easily triggered American organization that monitors extremist groups.

 

"There's usually more violence from the anti-racists than the racists."

Heidi Beirich,

The Southern Poverty Law Center[163]

 

In 2016 there were 892 hate groups in America.  The Aryan Brotherhood and the New Black Panther Party were among them.  180+ chapters (not groups) were Afro-American, up 60% in a year.[164]  In 2014 the FBI logged 5,500 hate crimes.[165]  That's 15 every day.  The UK's police logged 62,500 hate crimes in 2016, up 19% in a year (partially due to better logging).[166]  That's more than 170 every day.  These were broken down by category into:

79% race hate,

12% sexual orientation hate,

7% religious hate,

6% disability hate,

1% transgender hate.

 

The perpetrators feel hatred within themselves, for their own reasons, especially low social status, and funnel it towards outsiders, people different from themselves.