The Spiritual Mechanics of Love

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Many people wonder what makes relationships work or why they often don’t work, and how we can make them work; but everyone knows, somehow, how to keep a relationship, either it lasts a few weeks, months or years; everyone knows, at the very least, some principles about love; and yet, because such principles don’t apply in modern times and for most individuals, we still witness an increasing number of breakups and divorces, and this while gradually, more and more people, basically, keep on quitting putting the efforts to change themselves. On the other hand, what kind of efforts should people really be looking forwards to? Which studies truly help anyone in understanding what love is from a spiritual point of view? For as we barely started to comprehend what love is at a chemical level, a long way is needed to get the answers this book offers.

Now, the majority of the people do believe they are putting the right efforts in their relationships, most of which focusing on communication; and yet, they also admit that they don’t feel understood by their partner. And although communication is indeed the basis of any relationship, there are many other factors interfering with it, reason why we are never satisfied with our results.

The whole world of energies around us and within us, manifests as well in our emotions, and that’s why, sometimes, we also feel like we can’t communicate with some persons. In order to do that effectively, we would have to understand this energy field; for there are spiritual laws and chemical principles that operate in the physical world too; and if we understand them, we can understand our relationships better.

Once we apprehend these principles well enough, and put them to use accordingly, they will feel natural to us, because, indeed, they are; and as you will see here, because these manifestations are occurring all the time, you will know too what to do in the right moment once noticing the information being displayed in your reality.

  1. Introduction
  2. The Mechanics of the Subconscious Mind
  3. The Spiritual Implications of the Telegony Theory
  4. The Spiritual Implications of Our Values
  5. The Spiritual Implications of Our Social Evolution
  6. Why People Dramatize Their Emotions
  7. How People Deny Their Spirituality
  8. How Emotional Baggage Is Reprojected
  9. How Love Changes Humanity
  10. The Connection Between Logic and Emotions
  11. How People Fall in Love
  12. How Are We Deceived
  13. Why People Suffer with Depression
  14. How People Create Their Own Conflicts
  15. How to Make Any Relationship Work
  16. How to Manifest Love
  17. How to Attract Your Ideal Relationship
  18. How the Dynamics of the Planet Interfere in Your Life
  19. Why Money is the Number One Cause of Divorce
  20. Why You Must Focus on Results

The Mechanics of the Subconscious Mind

People find each other or break apart because of one thing only: vision. They either share or don’t the same vision. But a person who is not aware of himself or herself may not even know what type of vision he or she should have or build, and may not even know which ones are his or her own visions, and which ones are not.

As we are all telepaths (even though, because the mass majority is in such a state of transe, can’t perceive or differentiate these dynamics, working within them, and all the time, inside their mind), we seem complex. And that is why so many people struggle to understand themselves, albeit this struggle is a delusional act of rebellion against our own nature as a collective, and which, once embraced, allows one to understand his true self.

Due to a very old tribalistic mindset that still remains present today in the majority, most people wrongly believe that this is accomplished through their group of friends (reason why they can’t feel an identity when isolated but instead go into a depression), and in believing so, allow these friends to subconsciously dictate their identity.

You are never as lost as you allow yourself to be, by allowing others to tell you who you are, for that is how they think you are, and when you focus on that, you become subjugated to their thoughts in what regards everything occurring in your life.

We are, foremost, part of the collective we are emotionally attached to — individuals whose emotional mechanics affect our own. Within this collective, whatsoever you think of yourself, is nothing more than an absence of self-awareness dominated by the thoughts of others. And the less self-esteem one has, the more his group of peers is able to dictate his own views on the self and the world around him.

In other words, whenever family members or friends oppose your spouse, you are more likely to engage in quarrels; and yet, because so many people are emotionally co-dependent, they actually allow the group to dictate with whom they should be with; and they do this through emotional affiliation, i.e., for caring about what others think. And everyone cares, despite what they might say in public, for everyone wants to be approved by those they esteem. Both women and men tend to choose partners who increase the potential for this type of validation; and in their social validation, they find their own validation as individuals.

This is why cheating and abandonment represent the greatest threats to a relationship, for they invalidate all that — the group and the self. It would be like saying: “the type of guy you all think I should be with, was wrong for me”; and “because I did what you all wanted and expected from me, I was wrong too.”

Nonetheless, we can’t stop ourselves from doing that, for it is instilled into the mechanics of the collective. We may be more aware of it or not, but we are always choosing people who increase the survival potential of the human race into the future, and that set of values is often determined by the collective — cultural, social and family values.

This said, it is only normal that smart and rich women refuse dumb and poor men, for the opposite would be like a downgrading of the social potential already achieved. And what is normal for a woman, is to seek for a partner who increases her potential for survival; and she will go as high as possible in the social ladder to make sure she can get the best option available. Women have always been hypergamous and that’s something natural to expect, as much as it is to expect men to get desperate for sex whenever finding themselves out of the optimal gene pool. That’s where prostitution comes in, as a way to cash-out on our biological instincts driving our emotions wild.

Taking into consideration the reasons mentioned above, we can’t possible equalize women’s promiscuity with men’s promiscuity, for no matter what society wants to believe, at a biological and psychologically level, whenever women are promiscuous, they are downgrading themselves. Men never become as mentally affected as women for being promiscuous, because, contrary to women, their gender value increases with the variety of sex they have. The more sex men have, the more self-esteem they get too, as sex increases their social validity. With women, the opposite happens, for you see, with every good man that abandons them after sex, they get the psychological impact of being devalued and invalidated. After all, that is a form of rejection. And they may want to think that this is not true, but their increasing depression ratio per number of non-marital sex partners in many researches conducted by famous universities proves my point — you can’t beat biology with rationalizations. That’s why biology will always defeat any feminist propaganda.


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