Stockholm Syndrome, Abandonment Mercy & Taking the Blue Pill

Although this seems like a collection of unrelated & random topics, a quick listen to this short podcast might open your eyes to a different way of looking at things. It’s my goal that you; the listener, will gain some new insights. Maybe you will agree with some of the concepts presented here & maybe you won’t. Please feel free to share your views. Abandoning ship is a mercy

Take the blue pill (actually the red pill) – press reset – you know nothing -learn everything all over again & start with love (self, others, nature, spirituality)

Can you imagine having loyalty and/or actively defending someone who is abusing or oppressing you? Well this is an actual thing and it’s realer than you might have imagined. It’s called Stockholm syndrome defined as feelings of trust or affection felt in many cases of kidnapping or hostage-taking by a victim toward a captor.

Have you ever encountered a person that had ‘abandonment issues’? We tend to look at abandonment and the people who abandon us as being negative but what if things weren’t as simple as that. What if being abandoned could be a mercy.

The blue pill is symbolic of letting go of the chains that have been keeping you tethered to a false and limiting reality. It’s about being set free, but is this fantastic talk or is there some merit to it after all?

 

 

 

Hosted by Opinoin8d  April 4th, 2019

 

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