What Makes Trump, Trump?

Let us begin with this illustration:


The symbol “DM=SI” stands for ‘Defense Mechanism equals Subtle Insanity,’ and it is activated by ones MIND to prevent one from discovering the deeply repressed traumata hidden Within ones MIND.  And the traumata are misperceptions taken-on by ones MIND at the time of birth, and then reinforced by what happens to one in early childhood.

Begin with Trump as a small child. He is sent to a boarding school, [military style] to try and discipline him. This is related to his “repressed traumata” on chart above.  Those painful or fearful events of early childhood are held hidden deep Within our MINDs as “repressed traumata,” and this emotional material is non-conscious to us… normally. But traumatic events in our childhood reinforces what our MINDs hold as negative misperceptions.

The phrase: ‘when break occurs…’ in diagram refers to some external thing, person, smell, sound, or event that stimulates the same vibrational identity held hidden [and repressed Within] ones MIND. In Trump’s case, I believe decision to run for President has stimulated his non-conscious fear that what is “wrong” with him will be exposed by the campaign.

There are certain external events that occur that can trigger, or stimulate the repressed traumata, and when it becomes active… although still repressed or non-conscious to us… although we may have a “sense” that something is not quite right with us, what is now active and generating energy Within us,  remains non-conscious to us.

However, on the outside, people develop “traits” or behavior patterns which are used to help “vent” the negative energy being generated by what is being stimulated Within ones MIND.  You see, each emotion has its own specific vibrational identity,  and many things  outside of us can stimulate that vibration, repressed  Within ones MIND… but the event to which that vibration is associated [the core misperception] remains repressed traumata.

In Trump’s case, his being sent to boarding school, caused him to feel rejected, or abandoned by his parents.  His MIND saw it as something was “wrong with him”.  What this specific misperception might be [it’s nature and substance] is discoverable via proper psychotherapy [but the number of psychotherapists today capable of the in-depth “analysis” necessary to unlock that which is deeply repressed Within a person are few in number].

The reason for this is that the delusional notion of “Behaviorism” [an idea of Skinner, which began in the early 1900s], has come to dominate the fields of “psychology” and “mental health”.  It dominates these fields because “BS&bp” [Behavioral Science and the oxymoron “behavioral psychology] does not require a person to undergo his or her own program of intense psychotherapy before being licensed to engage in “psychotherapy”.

This is not unlike a heart surgeon being licensed to perform heart surgery without having to know where or what the Heart is?  Not one in a thousand mental health professionals today know what the MIND is?

And because of this denial of the Esoteric dimensions of Man,  many “mental”  illnesses that plague America today [including PTSD] remain unresolved, ignored, rationalized, and growing worse… because too many in these fields are mistakenly  taught that “there is nothing to “KNOW” Within Man.

This is due to the delusional belief of Skinner in the early 1900s.  Skinner is quoted as saying that *”the notion that somehow or other the child or our past is still contained within us is a form of animism…”  He believed this because he knew nothing about Psychology, and being an Intelack, he unknowingly feared what was repressed Within his own MIND.

* Evans, Richard I. B.F. Skinner: The Man and His Ideas. New York: E.R. Dutton & Co. 1968.

Those who believe that there is nothing the brain cannot  discover, are people I refer to as  Intelack type people… or people confined to the malady of Intellectualism. To the brain and thinking, in other words. These people are often found in the professions of scientists, engineers, educators, and politicians.  That is, people who believe emotionalism is undesirable and frightening, and should be avoided by “serious” people.

For example, when Trump lashes out blaming people for certain things, those observing him might identify his action as angry, upset, or ‘intense’.  But, if asked about this, Trump will deny being angry, upset or troubled in any way… and he will automatically “blame” others for “making” him respond as he does. Obama has this same protective response behavior in that he always blames all errors on others.  Obama intensely fears being wrong, and I suspect Trump suffers from the same fear pattern.

Obviously this is a poor pattern for a Commander in Chief, as demonstrated over and over again by Obama, as America’s enemies have learned Obama is a paper tiger.

You see, we must not evaluate a person based on that person’s economic success… Or business success, as all this takes is greed, ruthlessness, a bit of corruption, and luck.  As proven by a hideously evil person like Soros, if we use money as our guide.

It is in the nature of the narcissist to place self above others, and if we add a fear of being wrong [not winning] to that, we get a person who is capable of doing anything to be correct… even if this means destroying the lives of others to do so.

My point is, if a person is smart enough to fool so many Americans, with promises of doing this, and doing that… never mentioning how this or that is to be accomplished… This should be a clear indication of a dangerous egotism… and isn’t 7+ years of that enough for America?


Brother James


What Makes Trump, Trump?

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