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Your conscience is lazy because it is underdeveloped and one-sided. God couldn't completely develop it without your participation because you have to think by yourself. He developed one and a half psychological function from the four psychological functions available to you (thoughts, feelings, sensations, and intuition) according to human standards.

However, the biggest part of your brain is occupied by your satanic anti-conscience, which doesn't let you evolve. This primitive conscience is still working in your brain. It doesn't want to evolve and change its behavior and it keeps influencing your mind and behavior.

Your anti-conscience is a demon and it wants to live in terror. This is why it generates terrible mental illnesses within your conscience, which make you become cruel and more absurd.

This means that the development of your conscience is a big challenge. You have to learn a lot more, while you also have to combat the misleading thoughts sent to your conscience by your anti-conscience.

You also have to combat the misleading impositions of the commercial world and understand that sound mental health and wisdom are more important than money.

God shows you in your dreams and in your religion that you have to become a superior human being instead of having a sinful behavior. You theoretically agree with God, believing that you would really feel better if you were a better person, but into practice you don't want to change your behavior.

You believe that you have to be selfish and think about your interests. You want to satisfy your ego. You want to be powerful. You want to be admired and envied.

You merely pretend to be honest and care about everyone else's wellbeing.

Your idiotic attitude doesn't let you understand that it would really be much better for you if you would do exactly what God shows you in your dreams and in your religion.

Even if you will live like a king or a queen, your underdeveloped conscience will remain in the same low conscious level. Your spirit will remain evil.

You will never understand the importance of sanctity.

In order to attain higher consciousness you must purify your spirit. You will never find authentic happiness without goodness and wisdom.

On the other hand, you will never stop being exposed to craziness and terror if you will think based on the absurdity of your anti-conscience.

You depend on sanctity in order to stop being a demon and attain a higher level of consciousness. Therefore, nothing can be better for you than attaining sanctity and spiritual perfection.

The material pleasures you can have don't help you evolve. The false information of the world misleads you with false promises because you are everyone's customer. You must pay attention to your dangerous reality and respect God's wisdom in order to avoid being imprisoned into the labyrinth of craziness.

The development of your conscience depends on the cultivation of goodness in your heart. You must combat mental illnesses by having the right attitude instead of doing what your absurd anti-conscience is imposing to your conscience, and instead of repeating the known mistakes of your one-sided conscience.

The right attitude is the peaceful and wise attitude that God shows you in your dreams.

You have to become a hero rather than being a lazy coward. This is the only way through which you can become a mentally healthy human being and completely develop your conscience.

You have to obey God's guidance in your dreams because you are ignorant and there are too many problems in your dangerous reality that you cannot see with the knowledge you have.

Fortunately, today you can understand God's guidance in your dreams thanks to my simplifications. So, you can do what is necessary in order to completely eliminate your anti-conscience and become a superior human being.

You will become a mentally healthy individual, even if today you have a severe mental illness. God's treatment makes miracles because God is very patient and He gives you too many explanations and lessons in your dreams.

At a certain point He manages to convince you to do what is necessary in order to solve your problems and become a better person. At that point you finally evolve, and you are able to attain a higher level of consciousness and understand the importance of sanctity. You change your behavior. You become calm, patient, humble, sincere, and generous.

God's mental health treatment in your dreams helps you surpass your historical time and also many other historical times of the future. Thanks to this alternative, you can attain a higher level of consciousness even though you belong to the barbarous modern civilization, which is as cruel as all the barbarous civilizations of our long history.

Christina Sponias continued Carl Jung's research into the human psyche, discovering the cure for all mental illnesses, and simplifying the scientific method of dream interpretation that teaches you how to exactly translate the meaning of your dreams, so that you can find health, wisdom and happiness.


PTSD patients report that sometimes they are suffering from uncontrollable anxiety, sleepless nights, and unrealistic dreams by nature. This can lead to short-term memory loss, which may cause long lasting psychological issues. It is recommended to treat the victim as early as possible in order to avoid complications. When it is confirmed that the affected person is behaving in a dangerous way, it is important to address the issue so the victim will no longer be affected by the traumatic event.

Diagnosing PTSD

The first step is to make an appointment with a medical expert who can diagnose the problem thoughtfully and determine the patient's state of mind. The practitioner will understand the symptoms and will decide the course of action effectively.

There are situations where the symptoms can go unnoticed for several weeks or even months. Also there are circumstances where the victim has recovered within 6 months, meaning that there is a lot of variance that comes with handling PTSD.

Steps to Take to Help Someone with PTSD

When a friend or family member has PTSD, there are a few ways to help. Primarily, it is important to express love for the person affected and show them the good things in life in some way or another. Sometimes it is useful to talk to this person directly about the problem. Depending on the severity of the condition, it may be possible to relieve them of stress through conversation. Otherwise, talking to the victim as if he or she did not have PTSD is an effective way to help the victim maintain his or her sanity. Supportive behavior like this can sometimes be enough to help a sufferer return to a healthy mental state. Positive energy is also important, although do not overdo things if the resulting effect is negative. Recommending certain relaxation techniques like meditation and yoga are also possible strategies when dealing with a PTSD victim.

If money shortages occur when trying to pay for medical expenses, start a fundraising campaign by spreading awareness about the effects of PTSD.

In order to help the victim assimilate a normal life again, conduct family reunions, neighborhood gatherings, or club conferences so as to show love and affection through many other people. It is important to note, however, that this could backfire if it reminds the afflicted individual about any events from their past that could possibly contribute to the current problem.

Finally, show support or spread awareness using printed shirts, caps, events, campaigns, and so on. In recent times, people have started using a unique tool to for spreading awareness: silicone wristbands. These are highly durable, long lasting, and suitable for people of all ages. Silicone Wristbands, especially those sold online, are available in various colors, sizes, and designs and are customizable. The main advantage of using wristbands in order to raise awareness and show support for PTSD victims is that messages can be spread to the public with ease. Using printed messages like "SUPPORT PTSD VICTIMS", "HELP OUR PTSD FRIENDS", and "SHOW PEACE AND HARMONY" allows the general public to learn more about the cause. Since wristbands are customizable accessories - pick a style that complements the message or anything that is appealing. Various styles and designs include embossed, debossed, dual layer, multicolored, and swirled.

Living with PTSD isn't easy. Support those who are affected by PTSD and show them the beauty in life that they're missing. They will appreciate it and you might possibly save a life.


These days, a big part of any author's job is the sales and marketing of their books. Not only do you have to pen an interesting and relevant literary work of art, but you also have to be equipped to peddle it on social media sites, and pitch it to more traditional media vendors such as radio, magazines, and TV. In short, you have to be willing to sell yourself. For me, because I was trained as a counselor where self-promotion is discouraged, even frowned upon by academia, it's a concept I've resisted. It's felt ingenious and even unprofessional to "toot my own horn." Especially about such a sensitive and personal subject-my own daughter's suicide. But the reality of the competitive book publishing business is that books don't sell themselves, so self-promotion is a necessary evil.

As I talk with people who are suicide survivors across the US and even in other countries, I'm astounded by how many people tell me their own stories of how their life was forever altered by the suicide of a child, a loved one, or a friend. Recently I was invited to be the monthly featured blog story for an international suicide prevention organization. The editor of their blog had lost her son to suicide just a few years ago. She began by graciously acknowledging my loss, offering her condolences, and expressing her admiration of my work for suicide prevention. Of course, I responded in kind, because there's just no way you can fail to say you're sorry when someone has lost a child in this brutal way. When you're a member of this special club, the Suicide Club, there is a certain formality that has to be observed before you can rush into business. All the members greet each other in much the same way. It's because death by suicide evokes a special kind of terror and sadness in everyone. We take a second and bow our heads to acknowledge the life-altering devastation. Kind of like when you say the pledge of allegiance-it's a small sacred moment when you stop the business of your everyday life to remove your hat, quieting your heart in memorial. We become reverent when we hear about suicide because even on our worst days, even when we're cursing our lives, somewhere deep inside we know that life is sacred and deserves respect. It touches a very fundamental, instinctual law that we all know we're not to cross, and most of us cannot imagine taking our own lives, or God forbid, one of our children dying in this horrible way. It's a reprehensible thought, is it not?

There's a few things that the members of the Suicide Club would like you to know. First, it's okay to talk about it with us. Everyday, very hour, and when we're first going through it-every single minute, we are thinking about our lost loved one. It's like the elephant in the room. So please, invite us to talk about it. We know the elephant is there, and if we're not up to talking about it, we'll let you know. Most days, we'd prefer to be given the chance to be understood and acknowledged by another human being who understands. Sometimes just a hug will suffice. Second, it's not our fault. Research shows that nearly 90% of suicide completers had mental illnesses such as depression that drove them to it. We know it wasn't our fault-most of us did everything we knew to do at the time. And if we are blaming ourselves because we weren't perfect, part of our process of healing is forgiving ourselves, and we will eventually get there. Thirdly and lastly, and most importantly, this is going to change us forever. We will never be the same person we once were, so don't expect us to be. It will change us-and our lives will look a lot different after than before. Some changes will be for the worse (my partner tells me I don't laugh as easily anymore), and some will be for the better (I'm now very tuned-in to others' pain). Just remember that what we went through didn't make us too fragile to be talk about it, and it doesn't mean we're guilty. It means we looked soberly into the face of death. Once you have looked there... your soul needs time to rearrange itself. It needs long periods of silence and aloneness, it needs times of throwing rocks and shouting at God (without feeling bad about it), and it needs to scream inside until you finally go hoarse. All that could take quite awhile. So if you're not a member of The Suicide Club, please, be patient with those of us who are.

If you are a member of this dreadful club, I take my hat off to you, and bow my head in reverence for you. I embrace you, and tell you from the bottom of my broken mother's heart to yours: I know you did all you could, I know you did. And those of us who are suicide survivors... we understand what you're going through-we really do.


Inferiority and superiority complexes are both psychological phenomenon with long-lasting feelings of unworthiness and noteworthiness which resulted from early lack of social adaptation and emotional adjustment. These feelings cannot be detected during the early stage but are usually apparent in one's character, gestures, posture and thinking.

In fact, superiority complex is a psychological defense mechanism of a person who wants to be exceptional just to counter or conceal his or her feelings of inferiority.

It is one of the ways in which a person with an inferiority complex may use as an escape from a dilemma by considering himself or herself as superior even if he or she is not.

Superiority complex is visible in the attitude, character and the opinion of a person about himself/herself. It is misled by haughtiness, arrogance, pride, zest, arrogance, bragging, overbearing behavior, a proneness for hunting mistakes and faults in others and many more.

On the contrary, inferiority complex is a lack of self-worth and a feeling of uncertainty, for not measuring up to standards. It is often subconscious but is developed through a combination of genetic personality characteristics and personal experiences. It occurs when the feelings of inferiority are accentuated in the individual through discouragement or failure. Those who are at risk for developing a complex include people who show signs of low self-esteem or self-worth, have low socioeconomic status, or have a history of depression symptoms.

When an inferiority complex is in full effect, it affects the performance of the individual as well as impact to the individual's self-esteem. Unconscious psychological and emotional processes can disturb the child's cognitive learning, and negatively charged feeling-toned memory associations can thwart the learning process.

It dominates the psychical life and is characterized by the feeling of imperfection and lack of achievement in reaching personal goals. The inferiority feeling is only normal when people face extreme life situations. This behavior is caused by the lack of self-esteem and belief in his/her own forces. The inferiority complex causes shyness, pessimism, anxiety or lack of communication.

Emotional manifestations like rage, revenge drive, sorrow, enthusiasm, manifested in inadequate situations, the incapacity of listening or looking into the eyes of someone else, changing the topic of conversation towards his/her own person, are all signs of an inferiority complex evolving towards a superiority complex.

These sentiments are triggered by a lack of social communication or mistakes that the parents made out of love for their kids. Strange as it might sound, the inferiority tendency can be used in a positive way. It can motivate us to solve problems and issues. The superiority bias does not affect those around us; just maintains our high self-esteem.

If our kids are suffering this type of complicated behavior, it is our responsibility as parents, to help them. We are their only hope to understand them. We cannot rely on other people. We cannot even trust the teachers of our kids because they often misjudge this behavior as offensive.

But if we constantly criticize our kids for not living our standards, it won't help them. Even if we do everything for them; it won't resolve the problem; rather we let them develop the inability to overcome the problems of life without our assistance.

So, if we want our kids to get rid of inferiority complex, we need to address the real problem and we will be on the right track in building their self-confidence.

I write this article because it seems that my son has an inferiority complex. He is often misunderstood in school because he keeps on doing things that are undesirable even if he is only eight years. I realize that scolding won't help. It worsens the problem. Better try to use reverse psychology. This article might help you too.