Started by typhonblue, Oct 24, 2004, 01:13 AM
Interesting post Typhon. A couple of questions. What is an "anarcho-psychist"? (pronounced "a-narc'-o sigh'-kissed" intuitive federal agent?)
Also interesting idea that women feed on the Chi of men. Do you have some evidence for this or is it personal observation.
I know there will be some confusion about this since not many people know about subtle energies and those who do often don't have the same theoretical framework.
I'd be curious to hear more about this. Frau confirms your theory btw.
I like the term because I think it sounds cool, and sort of discordian-style pompous at the same time.
The first way is by making it apparent to the aggressor that he is going to have to exert more force upon his/her potential victim then s/he wants to. Another way of putting it is having the "you don't want to fuck with me" aura. Gonzo might be an example of this.
Remember how women mock men for falling asleep after sex? And women want to stay up and discuss the relationship? Well the dynamic might actually be this: The woman has just sucked the man dry, and now she's charged up wants to top off her psychic feeding session with a little bit of emotional black mail... just to ring out every possible bit of psychic juice he has.
Funny, my husband never complains when I "suck him dry." Probably wished I was Vampiric more often. :twisted:
Did it ever occur to you that maybe many men fall asleep because their exhausted. I mean, after several hours I am just as ready to pass out too. Energy vampires seem like a complicated reason for a simple thing. Maybe your boyfriend's ex just had more stamina, and thus things lasted longer?
Always look for the simplest, most obvious answer first. Likely that is the culprate.
QuoteI like the term because I think it sounds cool, and sort of discordian-style pompous at the same time. So you made this up? Interesting.
Wouldn't all this be another way of explaining what police already know as true but based on emotion and thought processes, not energy?
My father was a cop, and his training told that victims who could emotionally engage their attackers would be more likely to survive because it took the criminal out of the reflex responses and into thinking mode. If the criminal could empathize with you, then he or she would be less likely to be able to hurt you. If the criminal was in thinking mode, he was more likely to actually think things through.
I think a target can be found based on looking at human body language.
Just as you have obviously put a lot of thought into the energy theory, I have put a lot of thought into reading body language.
But I think it went beyond that, and that's why I started to think about your "energy vampire" concept. Maybe the thing is that women like this have to have a lot of attention, self-confirmation and support. And that's (according to them) the job of the man to continually provide. I'm not sure that you will ever hear feminists talking about this in their calculation of who does what around the house.But now I think you're getting too New Age for me. Maybe you have to put your theory in more concrete terms.
<<Talking doesn't expend a hell of a lot more calories then just sitting and doing nothing. So why the feeling of loosing larger-then-normal amounts of energy?>>Good point.As far as the comparison to esoteric math goes, if someone really, thoroughly, understands tensor analysis, for instance, and someone else really listens, some new point can be brought across. The tensor R with little indices (which is purely mathematical ...) and the Riemann stuff has been successfully described with terms like a bowling ball on a trampoline mat, and marbles roll towards the bowling ball, not because the bowling ball attracts them, but because the fabric is warped (like the moon as a marble and the earth as a bowling ball). As an example. So you can picture it and get a rough idea of what the precise indices indicate.On the other hand, there are thousands of people who claim to have a theory that is good and great, but it can't be explained. I have also seen theories that can't really be proven or disproven, so who knows. These are frequently based on the desire of the thinker to have a deep thought that will be acknowledged by people. So they flood known scientists with this stuff. Most of it is not motivated by a desire for truth, but instead a desire for ego gratification with something that can't be verified or established in any way.