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Imperceptible Authority (Day 83)

Authority works based on what it’s define as the “norm”. Of course there’s not only one norm. There are as many norms as laws within this world.
When we come to this world there are already established norms or behaviors that one must follow accordingly, otherwise there are obvious consequences.
During the 18th century when a human being broke the law or was blamed for doing something "out of the norm", there existed punishment (as well as today). 
The type of punishment then was specifically written down the jurisprudence and it mentioned in detail how an individual had to suffer the consequences/punishment. For instance, how many lashes they had to receive, how many meters/feet underground they were going to be buried, for how many hours they were going to be exposed in front of the community, etc. - Punishment represented the quantitative art of suffering and it was witnessed by all as a triumph.
The punishment’s function was to "heal" the individual and "purge…

Playing With My Hair (Day 82)

Continuing with one of my previous posts “Chewing Gum (Day 77)”
"I will continue in my next post with some other moments where I see this unaware participation when interacting with something/someone in order to open up more points that may support me to be here in self-awareness and living activities such as chewing, walking, driving, singing, masturbating and having sex as who I am as the physical instead of as a mind unconscious program that determines HOW (fast) I live/express myself due to the thoughts as patterns I have placed before my self-expression when interacting”.
So - I will start off with mentioning that I have noticed one unconscious thought manifestation in my human physical body that actually started when I was about 3-4 years old. 
I always grab my hair with my fingers and "play" making moorings and then loosing them.
The memory I have is me laying on the couch, drinking milk from the feeding bottle, watching TV while playing with my hair using my finger…

Part II: Ego & Knowledge (Day 81)

This is part II - Continuing with my previous post.

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to always expect something “new" and if it’s not, I reject it because “I already know”.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to feel possessed when I am experiencing something “new”, because it’s my pre-programmed disposition. 
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to desire to place the knowledge I have acquired on the table so other people can see it and then I feel "important".
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to think that through showing others how much I know will validate me as a human being.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to believe that how much you know = how important you are.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to feel inferior in the past when I started playing in my first band, because I perceived that the older bands made fun of m…

Ego & Knowledge (Day 80)

Within this post I will write about a common reaction/response I have noticed existing in me and other people when speaking/sharing information/opinions.

I have experienced this when talking to people or when I read some comments that people write in the comments section below news/articles.
For some reason, we are always expecting something new. Yes. It’s like our pre-programmed disposition. For instance when I have shared a video/documentary with some friends, they go “Oh yeah, I know”, or they also say “Yeah, I saw that like two years ago”. Like always expecting to feel impressed/surprised and if they don’t, what they say it’s almost like “It’s not necessary to re-mention it. We all know that. Shut up”.
It’s like we place the emphasis on letting the other person know that we already know. What’s the point? I mean, is it necessary to always react with our Ego? Because if someone is telling something, is it really important to express “yeah, I know all you are saying. I learned it a lon…

Tinder (Day 79)

I was on vacation during February in a different city when a friend of mine told me about a new application he had downloaded in his phone. He explained that the app’s name was Tinder and that it was used to meet new people, especially girls.

For those who don’t know about it, Tinder is an application where you create a brief profile with a couple of pictures of you and other people see your pictures and they can either like you or dislike you. Now - When you have liked a profile and it coincides with another person that liked you, a match occurs which allows both people to have a chat. Quite simple.
I’m sure you can find more specific information about it on the internet, so…Anyways. - Well, I downloaded the application after a month my friend told me about it. I started using it and there were a couple of realizations I had that I would like to share.
The first one was my criterion to determine whether I liked the other person or not. I wasn’t completely aware of it actually. I didn’t …

The Judiciary (Day 78)

I was reading some articles/papers about Judges and the Judiciary and I would like to refer to certain statements that got me wondering about their function beyond who they are as a profession, but as human beings with a human physical body and a mind consciousness system.

I am not trying - in any way whatsoever - to go “against” the law or anything like that. I am just reading and sharing my realizations/perspectives as a process of self-learning that of course might be “wrong”. Although I see no “wrong” in being “wrong”, because I have learned to see the Beauty behind error and mistake. Anyways, I would suggest to not believe me and instead, investigate on your own.
I am going to focus on 3 points that drew my attention; Independence, Cognitive Skills, and - of course - Justice.
I am not going to quote as copy and paste, because the original articles/papers are in Spanish, so what you will see here are paraphrased translations. You can read the articles/papers here, though:

Chewing Gum (Day 77)

Here I am going to share a realization I experienced yesterday while chewing gum. Actually the realization was not completely mine, but a friend’s and the two of us ended up complementing each other's ideas through communication.

I was with “A” in my car waiting for another friend. We waited for about two hours, but nothing happened. While we were waiting we smoked, talked, laughed, listened to music, etc. 
Then I remembered I had bought some chewing gum so we started chewing gum while waiting for this another friend that was supposed to come.
Suddenly “A” says: How are you chewing the gum?
I said: What do you mean?
He said: I mean, are you doing it fast or slow? How?
I said: Well, I hadn’t thought of it, but I am chewing it very fast, like consuming all the sugar at once.
He said: Yeah, I am doing the same, so as I noticed it, I changed the way I was doing it. I am now doing it slow.
This brought a realization of how thoughts unconsciously manifest as physical body expressions without se…

The First Steps of a Depressed Guy (Day 76)

Within this post I am going to open up a point that includes me and I am sure other human beings as well. So, this will be support for myself that might also work for others who are related to the topic of Depression.

Throughout my life I have noticed there is a point/pattern that has been always there in relation to physically moving myself. This is The First Step or the moment when you have to start “Doing", for instance; getting up in the morning, studying, writing, reading, going out, etc. basically anything that has to do with duties.
I have also noticed that recently there is this lack of purpose in almost everything I do.
The other day I met a guy who mentioned something similar to what happens to me. He said that he went to the psychologist and the diagnostic: Depression. 
What this guy said was that he doesn’t want to get up in the morning, he doesn’t want to go to work, he only wants to have a girl and drink alcohol.
This got me thinking “I bet that if I go to the psychologi…