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Spiritual Warfare: Wolf Pack Dynamics.The opponent to Christ uses his packs 'in' & 'out' of the pagan religion domain to network together with psychological warfare mentality of the wolf mindset, ascribed to their thought processes aligned to the lower spiritual realms. Using world resources, in particular the internet to join their packs, the ranking behaviours are of the wolf pack dynamics, discernible via the nature & content of their message terrritorial scent markings there from. Rev…

Spiritual Warfare: Wolf Pack Dynamics.The opponent to Christ uses his packs 'in' & 'out' of the pagan religion domain to network together with psychological warfare mentality of the wolf mindset, ascribed to their thought processes aligned to the lower spiritual realms. Using world resources, in particular the internet to join their packs, the ranking behaviours are of the wolf pack dynamics, discernible via the nature & content of their message terrritorial scent markings there from. Rev…

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The Nine Satanic Sins (Note: when he mentions "magic" he's not actually speaking of spellcasting, etc. etc.  It's a nickname for a type of psychological manipulation expounded upon in the book).

The Nine Satanic Sins (Note: when he mentions "magic" he's not actually speaking of spellcasting, etc. etc. It's a nickname for a type of psychological manipulation expounded upon in the book).

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Psychological Manipulation - What you need to be aware of, and the importance of self esteem, self belief, self confidence, assertiveness, boundaries & resilience

Psychological Manipulation - What you need to be aware of, and the importance of self esteem, self belief, self confidence, assertiveness, boundaries & resilience

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Colors mean different things for different cultures and religious traditions. This is an interesting comparison! What colors are prominent in your home? Do their meanings make sense to You?

Colors mean different things for different cultures and religious traditions. This is an interesting comparison! What colors are prominent in your home? Do their meanings make sense to You?

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More people are concerned with why women stay in abusive relationships than why men are abusing women. Or men, men get abused too.

More people are concerned with why women stay in abusive relationships than why men are abusing women. Or men, men get abused too.

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It's actually heart-breaking, particularly when it's those you love most that cannot live without the superstition!

It's actually heart-breaking, particularly when it's those you love most that cannot live without the superstition!

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If we were to exist in a life of pure consciousness and light all of the time, then why as humans would we be given the ego? Planet Earth and human existence is about living in #duality.   Without duality or the ego we would never grow or learn from this existence. Having the ego leads to understanding the #true #self more,  and by striving towards the true self we release the 'emotions and conditions' we attach with #ego.   Through #meditation we learn what we 'hold onto' as our #pain…

If we were to exist in a life of pure consciousness and light all of the time, then why as humans would we be given the ego? Planet Earth and human existence is about living in #duality. Without duality or the ego we would never grow or learn from this existence. Having the ego leads to understanding the #true #self more, and by striving towards the true self we release the 'emotions and conditions' we attach with #ego. Through #meditation we learn what we 'hold onto' as our #pain…

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Top 10 studies of the psychology of religion from 2015 (according to Tom Rees on his interesting blog Epiphenom: "Here’s the research news on psychology of belief and non-belief that I found  most interesting over the past year – the top 10 – and in reverse order, [as usual]. A very good read. Check it up!

Top 10 studies of the psychology of religion from 2015 (according to Tom Rees on his interesting blog Epiphenom: "Here’s the research news on psychology of belief and non-belief that I found most interesting over the past year – the top 10 – and in reverse order, [as usual]. A very good read. Check it up!