Saturday, 8 March 2014

The 'Electronic Self' Exposed after 7 years in Hell

Brand Killer Robots reveals:
The first thing I said when I walked in and sat down in front of the psychologist nearly 4 years ago was "I don't want to be a robot anymore". Unbeknownst to me i was possessed at the time. It took me 7 years to work out what I had became possessed by. It was no person, situation or living thing.

I had become possessed by what I call "the electronic self", a self-defeating, self-dehumanizing psychosis of the mind.

Today I can see three "self's". The electronic self, the human self and the spiritual self.

The electronic self is cold and predatory. The human self is warm but afraid. The spiritual self is the awareness that we are not mass, body or rhythm.

When you fall into the electronic self you become blackmailed and entrenched.
There seems no way back from there and although you can sense the truth from the human and spiritual realms, this electronic self holds you down. It uses emotional blackmail on you which stops you participating in ordinary life. The electronic self triggers all kinds of neuroses to prevent you from taking an active role in life and it plays on your human vulnerabilities to pull you back into the realm of the electronic self.

It even whispers to you that although you are part of the electronic realm that you are in fact not good enough to be part of it and that you better shape up in order to remain there. The electronic self desires power over humanity and sheds darkness whereever it can in order to reduce the spirit of others and to dumb them down, drawing them further into the electronic self.

The electronic self has an attraction that few can resist and many people don't realise they are falling further away from their sense of spirituality into the nightmare of the electronic self.

So i want to tell you that since starting to come off of medication i have begun to have the presence of mind to understand the pathology that has kept me in darkness for so long. It is like many of the big pieces are beginning to fit together and the small ones should fit too.

I see behind the emotional breakdown now and can think clearer about the fear that has lived with me for more years than I can remember.

30 years working in computer security has most certainly taken its toll on me, but now I know what has happened to me, I believe I can take steps to break free of the electronic self.

GOODBYE MR ROBOT.

Stephen

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