A destructive mind dare not examine its behavior.
It will hold onto what it believes to be good, and that’s all.
Anything outside this is uncomfortable and thus should be avoided.
It will talk about new plans within its awareness and not forget to touch on the failures of ‘the outsiders’.
By focusing attention on the perceived failures of the outsiders it is deemed necessary to defend against their perceived Malevolence.
The shadow of the destructive mind must remain defined outside the light of its awareness, this way its destructiveness can merge into the unknown realm of ‘the outsiders’. Continue reading “The Western 20th century paradigm”