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La falta de amor, disfrazada de amor, puede matar. La posesividad, los celos, la infantilidad, no son amor.

 alejandro jodorowski

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nurturinground:

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nurturinground:

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My rebellion

He uses the word rebel very casually, you see his family called him a rebel so he learned to positively identify with it. I always wondered if he knew what it really means- is he a rebel without a cause? as is the new meaning of ‘rebel’ in a post modern era- death of meta narratives and all other meaning…

My only rebellion was when I began to understand privilege and I knew I wanted no part of it as a child. I did not want to be cute, pretty, light skinned or any thing else associated…I was frustrated being objectified by my own mother as her living doll and I am sure there were other contributing factors…a growing distaste for girls I could have been like. So I tried very hard to be ugly by not trying to be pretty…wore baggy washed out old clothes/ focussed on comfort more than how it looked…

Now I want to change again, become what I fought against- I fear someone will label me lost/ try to insult me as always for enacting my autonomy but I understand now the value of this kind of autonomy- changing yourself sends a message to those who have changed and controlled you that you are taking back your power

fer1972:

Your Lost Outside’: Installation by Olafur Eliasson

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"Take care of yourselves, honor your boundaries and those of others. Call upon the Nurturing Detachment of the Crone-Earth-Goddess/Dark Mother Energy to help you set those boundaries, if you have difficulties articulating it – this too is due to the influence of Scorpio – but in its more life-affirming forms. Crone/Earth goddesses include Dhumavati-Ma, The Cailleach, Goddess Hekate and so on – each guard the boundaries of different spaces in their own ways. Similar to the way a Mother might protect her Child, or a Grandmother protecting her grandchild."

- HONORING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE SACRED, THE SACRAL AND THE FEMININE: SATURN CONJUNCTS VESTA AS MARS LEAVES SCORPIO | Dr. Bairavee Balasubramaniam

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"Maybe this time he will understand, you think. If I explain it to him this way, he will get it. He can’t be THAT close-minded, I’m going to tell him once more. But the more you explain, the colder and more manipulative he becomes. He may talk to you like a child, as if you’re stupid. And you can’t even believe how a person can lack such empathy, so you explain more, trying harder and harder to make him “get it” — and the more you do that, the more it supplies his narcissistic fantasies that he is better and smarter than anyone. The constant attempts to explain or get some kind of emotional response with no return is what I call the Narcissistic Vortex — it’s a deep, black hole that sucks you in, with no way out. And until you understand this, you are going to think you’re crazy, unloved, or worse, that you aren’t worthy of anyone else’s love so you end up staying with this person or being alone forever. If you are not married and trying to end a relationship with a Narcissist, then the expert advice is to have no contact with him. You end the relationship cold-turkey, as if giving up a very bad addiction."

- The #1 Secret on How To Engage With a Narcissist | Lindsey Ellison

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