make conscious the unconscious

Postby federico91 » Sun Jan 06, 2019 9:07 pm

a Christian prayer says "forgive our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us"

Sometimes a person may feel offended by any word .. by something I hear on the radio, on television, or by something he read on facebook ..

can be "a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i" or anything, a person can cling to a rationalization, and think that their emotions, are for those words, or for that song, or for that movie.

Maybe that rationalization is just an excuse, a way to repress the unconscious, one can assume that the problem is external,is with another person, or with something external, or someone outside, and sometimes not there is no one on the outside, sometimes one can not blame anyone, the best thing is to meditate, on the unconscious causes

Sometimes is better contemplate the past, the present, and plan for the future

there is no need to blame others irrationally and to get angry like feminists, an anger, without direction, without reason, without arguments, there is no need to think "everything is the fault of others" neither there is a need to think "everything is my fault"

each person consciously or unconsciously, acts, and generates consequences, someone invents cigarettes, puts into practice that custom of some tribes, and other millions, follow that habit, others promote it through the means of communication, and others get sick by following that habit.

Who is guilty? the inventor of the cigarette? those who make propaganda? those who sell? or from those who buy?

there are thousands of causes, and thousands of consequences, in the life of a person, there are thousands of causes and thousands of consequences.

the behavior of a person, is sometimes conditioned by the environment. or by childhood, and sometimes a person, has free will, can choose between different options, sometimes can be wrong, sometimes it can be right, it is useless to blame others for their own failures, or Attribute responsibility to others for their own achievements.

Sometimes one lives by speculating. "Ah, but what would have happened if he had told me such a thing, if afterwards I had done another one, if a, if b, c, d, e, f, g, I would have said something else. and done something else "
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Postby academic » Mon Jan 07, 2019 3:06 am

Apologies, I do not understand what you are trying to say.

Never the less, you might be interested to know that the CFA (in the financial markets) advocates a cogent answer to your cigarette question: when selling any product, the seller is responsible for ensuring that the buyer is sophisticated enough to understand the risks, and the seller is responsible for communicating those risks. If the seller does not believe that the buyer understood the risks, then the seller is guilty.

In other words, any seller is able to (and obligated to) pass their guilt to their customer.
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