domingo, 1 de septiembre de 2013

Obsessions shrink mental capacity

The obsessive thoughts deliberately limited our intelligence because we want to prevent the entry of disruptive ideas that frighten us.

Sometimes we realize that our attempts to get the money to live a decent life , are systematically failed .

This is what characterizes what I call " pathological poverty ", ie , that poverty is not a philosophical decision but this one, which I described in the previous paragraph .

Unable to find a way out is a systemic failure , a mental totally inexplicable , if we evaluate other areas of our intellect . We seem intelligent , but the results are typical of those who do not have intelligence .

Imagine a good trader , who knows the tastes of the people , who can buy merchandise Noble for their customers receive the benefit of not having to lament a poor quality , defects, inefficiency , of what they buy .

However, when choosing a place to set up your business, always opt for small surfaces , which do not allow you to have an abundant stock , not allowed to have variety of similar products. What sells is good, but often suffers shortages . Customers get upset because he often says : " Ah , what a pity , until next week I will not have the product you need ! "

Although he is quiet because profits can always pay the small rent small place , total earnings is poor because many sales are lost for lack of space for more merchandise.

Now we change the subject, but not too ...

When we are afraid of harboring certain thoughts , for example those related to our latent homosexuality , trying to fill ( saturate , fill , cram ) our mind fixed ideas , such as the obsession with not commit to pay a high rent for suitable premises .

Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google):  Las obsesiones achican la capacidad mental.
(Este es el Artículo Nº 1.989)

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