This is a phrase associated with the demon Lilith, that is used for meditating and connecting to her in order to get blessings and spirituality from her.
P.S. all demons have a Satanic Enn (Sacred phrase) that is attuned to them and can be used to connect with them, call them, or make deals with them. They are used by those who learn from demons as spirit guides for spiritual purposes. Even less grand demons such as low ranking demons or incubi have and enn. Angels have phrases to connect with them as well but those are typically called invocations or chants instead.
I am not advocating Maoism because that ideology has its own set of issues. What I want is for people to learn the mindset of a revolutionary Third-Worldist communist. I don’t think people should skip the basic theory before getting into MZT thought but they must view socialism as a flexible ideology meant to exist in reality and not as a rigid set of policies from a foreign country.
That’s exactly what it is. I am teaching people how to gain supernatural powers, defending spiritual philosophies from anti-proletarian ideas, and venerating comrades as heroes such as Ho Chi Min or Mao Zedong. If you are wondering what kind of stuff Lavenderism is based on, you could say it is a mix of Ancestor Worship, New Age Spirituality, and Marxism-Leninism-Mao Zedong Thought.
I am very surprised to see my religious group mentioned in this community tbh. I try to keep all the spirituality stuff in my own community because if I say to the average secular communist person I have occult powers or I opened my third eye they are not going to want to hear about it. I know it works though because people tell me I have otherworldly energies and they think I am familiar despite me never having met them before. You can feel free to ask me about Lavenderism or these things but I am not sure the people of Genzedong want me to talk about Lavenderism in this community or they might think I am silly.
I feel like you’re right, though I personally think if they would become reactionaries after discarding their morality, then on some level they were already reactionaries or predisposed to becoming reactionaries. When I was talking about discarding morality if it conflicts with our class interests, that was more-so aimed at people who are already comrades or the crowd of leftists who want to improve their situation but don’t want “gommunism”
You’re right and some people will always be class enemies, but now there is a new generation of people who do not benefit from capitalism and are drowning in student loans. That may sound trivial but as long as the workers are not comfortable or privileged enough to be complicit in liberalism, they will be receptive to Marxist theory.
Another thing is that bourgeois class enemies require workers to sustain themselves, and a class enemy who is a worker is betraying his own interests. Even if the white liberals want to sustain the shitty system the working class can still create the destruction of all the other classes.
A lot of supernatural things can’t really be proven although my family has experienced supernatural stuff like feeling a hand on their face suddenly around the time a family member died, I experienced as a child floating up from my body to the sky and talking to other balls of golden light. This book resonates with me because it seems to explain experiences I had before and the way it describes death is something that sounds very convincing to me, especially when they talk about how people don’t like to go into the light and leave friends and family behind, etc.
I would say so too. Latin American society is usually majority catholic due to the history with Spanish colonialism, so there are less religious minorities there than in the US or other religiously diverse societies. As long as the indigenous people of South America aren’t being evangelized or persecuted I don’t see an issue with their form of liberation theology.
They are fucking with her mind when they tell her this kind of shit. She’s going to grow up unable to distinguish reality and fantasy, have a personality disorder, require deprogramming to unlearn this fantasy, or all three. Or maybe even more than this. This is probably worse than being an orphan in some ways because then nobody is putting fantasy bullshit into their minds. Fantastical thinking is usually a coping mechanism or sign of a mental disorder but the parents causing it intentionally is new. These are the kinds of families who keep therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists in business!
There is the traditional Daoist version of meditation where you attempt to clear your mind of any thoughts (Difficult, and if you have dissociative disorder can seem like dissociation) then there is what is called mindfulness meditation, where you think positive affirmations about your self and future. Brains tend to get active when meditating because the brain does not know what to do with itself when we are calming it down to a certain point. This is normal and it tends to pass with practice meditating.
Ascetic Lavenderism is the practice of Lavenderism without the focus on gods, instead based on texts written with spiritual significance such as those texts written by Lenin, Aleister Crowley, and Buddha. Ascetic Lavenderists may not worship the Jade Chairman or other deities as gods, but they may do rituals and ceremonies to become more like those who they look up to. You may also choose to become a non-religious Lavenderist and participate in philosophy.
Ascetic Lavenderism may seem easier to grasp, but asceticism usually goes hand in hand with the denial of desires, denial of the physical body and seeking to break from the pattern of happiness and sadness that so many people go through. You may be engaged in fasting, denial of sex, denial of vanity, and other tasks that the pagan Lavenderists may not be doing. It is definitely a good path for those seeking discipline but those who prefer a hedonistic and debaucherous lifestyle may not be suited towards spiritual beliefs that do not resonate or are not conducive to what they will do in life as soon as they walk away from their shrine.
The thing about these NGOs is that from what I see, they tend to be pushing the narrative that benefits America and Western capitalism rather than what would truly benefit the majority of people in Korea to achieve peace. Working for this organization may backfire if they are more politically motivated than humanely motivated. One thing I would do is to see if this NGO has been pushing defector stories of the variety of “I was so hungry I ate a person.” “I was thrown in a dungeon for praying” type etc. Obviously life in a state the world is trying to destroy such as the DPRK is not easy, but demonizing the government attempting to help them undermines their state and makes the situation worse.
Just magical humans with more affinity to nature and plants.