IDEOLOGY: THE MAKING OF A PATHOGEN | Dystopic Philosophical // Psychological Poem

Rebounding their armour, not strong by value, built from their shame, they say; lord thank you They find love in PAIN; persona’s maintained, a skin for DEFENCE, is their only EXPENSE This perverted affair, of making love with DEVIL’S, a losers path, for no spirit TREMBLES To build a fantasy of what they never COULD,Continue reading “IDEOLOGY: THE MAKING OF A PATHOGEN | Dystopic Philosophical // Psychological Poem”

Nietzsche and The Tarot: What is FREEDOM? | Philosophy // Psychology

What can possibly be the understanding of freedom for the many modern man and woman who see the world as determined, as a world without free will, a universe powered by uncontrolled flux spewed by the grandiosity of nature’s churning belly? When are you truly free? Do you have freedom when you are given libertyContinue reading “Nietzsche and The Tarot: What is FREEDOM? | Philosophy // Psychology”

The SECRET God of Nietzsche and Carl Jung? | Gnosticism // Philosophy

So todays video is going to be about the secret God, now, what is this secret God? It is a God which is above all other Gods and was never taught within the Christian church, it was deemed a demon by the church and theologians of Christianity because it was the Great Archon within basilidianContinue reading “The SECRET God of Nietzsche and Carl Jung? | Gnosticism // Philosophy”

Carl Jung: Shadow Work // Integration | Psychology // Philosophy

Part 1: Observation The first step when it comes to shadow work is to first: simply understand its infrastructure and how the process of the shadow works… The shadow contains the dark aspects of the psyche which we have repressed over the continuity of our existence, parts of ourselves which we have made unconscious, theContinue reading “Carl Jung: Shadow Work // Integration | Psychology // Philosophy”

The Nihilism of Accomplishment and Nietzsche’s Eternal Return | Philosophy

“But man is a fickle and disreputable creature and perhaps, like a chess player, is interested in the process of attaining his goal rather than the goal itself” It seems to be that people are more pleased living in the process rather then attaining the goal itself, humans are very rarely pleased when the finalContinue reading “The Nihilism of Accomplishment and Nietzsche’s Eternal Return | Philosophy”

The Philosophy of Not Knowing Who You Want To BE

During the point of worldly exploration when we start to approach interests and passions with an open perspective a hard and disproportionate question is preached and shoved down the throats of the many young and curious. “what do you want to be in life?” This is probably one of the most frustrating questions (for meContinue reading “The Philosophy of Not Knowing Who You Want To BE”