Beware who you judge…and the seemingly ‘strongest’ person (in terms of having strong emotional defences) may by no means be the most conscious.
Have you ever been scapegoated by family members? Have you ever had the finger pointed at you telling you you are the problem? There is a saying I heard in the 12 step rooms many years back… “when you point the finger at someone you have three fingers pointing back the other way towards you” (yes folks try it right now and you will see it is true.)
Many many years ago led by his unconscious and dream images psychiatrist Carl Jung had a dream that showed a psychic inner structure that he came to call the shadow. This shadow he came to believe contained all the characteristics of us we are not on friendly terms with or that our family or culture was no on friendly terms with (ie. there is both a personal and collective shadow).
Some people have a lot of darker emotions hidden in the shadow…
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Absolutely and no matter what they try to be something they are not.
The Difference between the Hero and Villain is the Raw Truth is not denied or afflicted from the Villain they know what they are and accept all aspects of them.
I am no hero far far from it those that wish to grant me Ill will ….Find out real quick what unspeakable actions I am capable and would have absolutely no disdain or mercy for afflicting ensuffering.
You laugh at me because I am not you…I laugh at you as I don’t have desire to be you ” Hahaha E.O.S