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Anger and The Group Mind

While the group mind ignores, suppresses, and shuns taboo emotions, they are missing out on some of the most value occult teachings available to man.

Imagine for a moment that emotions are either friends or enemies. As soon as you make them an enemy, they go underground to find connection elsewhere (the qliphoth), but if you make them a friend, they bring chaos to light to hold space for others.

🔑 One of the main exercises we do in The Mythic City Method is we mature the decans — the demons within.

Instead of ignoring, shunning or judging the immature parts of ourselves, we make friends with them. We learn about their skills, consciousness, gifts, and weaknesses.

We become in tune with who and what they are, which teaches us a lesson in compassion.

The problem is, the group mind has programmed us to believe that certain emotions (friends) are toxic, unworthy demonic, BAD… so instead of working with our Mythic City, we work against it.

Self denial.

We create internal feuds, battles, and wars. Illness arises, symptoms surface, and before you know what hit you, you live a life in fear.

Fearing oneself.

❗️All because you listened to the group mind.

When you decide to leave the group and start the path to self rulership, you realize the many gifts and occult teachings were not available to you while in the group think.

When you start working with the enemies, making them your allies, asking them questions, learn the art of healthy communication and you ALLOW them to express themselves at their level of maturity — Then you can be a good friend and help them mature.

But this cycle almost never happens because man fears his own “toxic” emotions. He puts them in the back of the closet like an abusive parent to a young child.

Instead of abusing the child by justifying this backwards form of discipline, the emotion (enemy) becomes more and more sick.

But the emotion doesn’t die, it just transforms.

For example, anger become wrath. Sadness becomes suicidal despair.

All because the group mind didn’t approve of these “friends”.

We live in a world that values duality — black and white checkerboard group thinking.


About the author


I'm Angel, a practicing occultist, herbalist, holistic health practitioner, and mystery school teacher based in Saint Petersburg, Florida. I'm incredibly passionate about the alchemical process known as The Great Work and helping others evolve the archetypes found in their mythic city so they can confidently answer the questions: WHO AM I and WHY AM I HERE.

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