Empathy, the synchronisation of emotions between more than one individual. The nexus of empathy can be both embracing and invasive. Empathy can be nurturing or incredibly destructive. To delve deeper into both the concepts of the identity, the ego and empathy we should place emotion under the microscope. Emotions are a foray, well deservingly of their own. To classically define them, they exist as both a mental and physical reaction but operate separately. They cannot be denied or suppressed without great suffering. And no matter how well we justify them or “connect the dots, They will always remain irrational. Emotions inspire the actions, gear thinking process in certain directions, define the reaction to both limitation and indulgence. Interaction with the emotional state that I define is how I truly recognise the ego that is Dyavol.Basically, even though I share the same recognisable emotions with you, in the sense that we can all understand the emotions of happiness, love, sadness and fear. And even though emotions forge the identity, distinct experiences and events with these emotions are really what gears to identifying the individual ego from the identical root. Now this may seem obvious yet I bring this up because holding this in mind, you can gain a stronger concept of basic empathic functions. Now with that outlined and the connection of emotions and the individual, Destruction or reforging the individual not only has possiblity but a very practical approach. Now in all sense of realistic results ( excuse unintentional alliteration) empathic destruction upon the ego can really only effective be engaged by a foreign source, hence empathy. I involve empathy in this stage of individual growth, because in my own experimentation in personal advancement, this has produced results that have resonated into the explorations that I have continued today. Obviously the methodology cannot be replicated in writing, so instead I will go over a record of my own foray into this field. This was my experience with my former mentor, Mortose into empathic explorations.
It consisted of two parts: 1. We identified the ego. Who I was, my passions, what I loved and what I hated. Was there a difference in the strength of these feelings? How would I register pain, misery or suffering? How would I indulge in success, achievement and power? The moral or ethical values I held and the limitations therein. 2.This step was a classic step in what is known in the community as the “khaos Noburu” approach. Basically Khaos outlined a system of the following: – What are your values? Ok now do the opposite. – What do you wear to work? Now wear the opposite. Ectera ectera. The purpose of this exercise and approach was to make the student more adaptable and flexible. Identifying the aspects and value of the student and demanding that I would do something in direct defiance of the standard I had set myself. What Mortose did was ask me to give money to somebody I hated and considered a leech. She wanted me to read the letter of a woman in immense trauma and grief of losing a child, connect with the woman empathically, then respond by insulting the woman and degrading her. Luckilly I was an arrogant prick so the only woman I insulted was Mortose, telling her exactly where she could put the exercise. Though I will stress the emphasis and understanding of said exercise. It is to test the standard of the individual, the result of this will depend on which stage of development the student is at. If they are lacking in self understanding this will serve to destroy the ego, for as stated earlier, this identity is nothing but a lie and a facade. If they have gained that understanding and experience, this exercise will endevour and strengthen the ego in it’s standard and beliefs.
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