Rich Man Disconnected, Goes Homeless In Bombay

Two true REAL-LIFE stories, eventually touching on the subject of true psychology (rather than the marketing and business model which goes against humanity) and going onto psychopatic tendencies, revealing that many people, even some around us have them.  

Since age 14 he started his own work, and was therefore always the one among the others, who had plenty of money. And when he was old enough to drive, of course he was the one in his town who had the luxury car, and proud that the police er always checking him but never finding a clue as to how he could be playing the rich kid, while they couldn’t even keep up with him in their beetle police car. 

He grew, as did his business and thereby his adventures. It was the time of flower-power in the 70’s, when hippies were roaming faraway places and discovering some of the beautiful unspoiled parts of the world, which back then included Ibiza island in Spain as well. 

In those days Afganistan was, all though poor, a very friendly welcoming place, the people were unafraid then, and very kind, possessing the caring old classic honor and respect, and suprisingly to us all today, the women were not “imprissoned” and devalued, but like most of the worlds women at that time, they were wearing miniskirts. 

During this time, he as well was one of those adveturous travelers for many years, during which one day in Bombay, one thing lead to another, and landed him a situation of standing with no money, and having nothing to get connected with to call for help, so he succumbed to sleeping in the streets of Bombay’s dirty city, full of poor and homeless people. Of course it only lasted some days time, until he got just a bit lucky, enough to call on assistance and get back to his adventurous life. ____________________________________________

Something slightly similar of “homelessness” once happened to me durring a trip to Tokyo with a collague who turned out to have been deported from there, and as I didn’t know at the time what that really meant, I took the risk of sticking together with her, without knowing the full amount of risk-taking I had commited to (but as I know myself, the fuller knowing probably would not have changed my solidarity anyway). 

We spent 2 nightmare nights in Tokyo airport, in what I call airport-prison, while they tried to deny us a phone call after 24h. And when they let us make a call, they took us to a public phone, knowing that of course we had no Japanese coints. But as my colleague knew what we had walked into, from having been in a very similar situation there before, she knew they were trying to get our money out, charging us for everything possible, even for a glass of water in the prison cell, inorder to get us to spend as much as they possibly could. 

It was a horrifying experience of psychological terror for us western world, central european girls, and I was 22 at the time. ….we didn’t reach anyone by phone as they wouldn’t help us to use it efficiently, and I didn’t know the country codes when calling from Japan, and neither did I know any embassy numbers. …I was terrified inside, and my collage made a lot of crazy drama, worsening everything and making  the security people who were guarding us (as if we were some dangerous psycho’s) angry. In the middle of desperation and tears, I noticed american pilots arriving, walking towards us, as the public phone was right before the passport controll, so I walked up to them saying; please help us, we haven’t done anything and they will not let us go, not even just back to where we came from, or even just cooperate to contact our embassies. Instead they are working against us because my collegue has a deportations story which I didn’t even know untill right before we landed.  They were shocked and willing to help, taking notes of our full names and ID numbers to report of the case to our embassies. …but I never ever heard anything from my embassy. 

As I grew up under tough n hard circumstances, with a depressed, traumatized, alcoholic, verbally abussive and physically agressive father, I had grown a humor that would surface automatically at the best possible moments, to save my nerves from constant breakdowns, and so as I had been looking at the big screen of planes departing, the first sort of quiet moment, I immediately made a joke saying; Look!, there is a plane bording to Miami, we can run on board right when the gate is about to close. By then everyone will be sitting and thereby see the whole drama as we refuse to get off the plane in our fear and panik, and they will hear all of what is happening to us here, so we get too many witnesses, and the authorities will have to cooperate with us. 

It was a joke to help our nerves, by having atleast a little giggle or just a little smile in our hearts so to say, but she was a pretty spoiled stupid drama queen, so she took if for a good idea and started running towards that gate boarding for Miami. One, then two, and then three airport securities were running after her, and my panicky fear was taking me again, but with a feeling of respect and rather wanting to be as neutral as possible, I stayed where I was with the one security woman who stayed by me. But as soon as I made the slightest move, the little cluelessly innocent looking security woman who stayed hostage-guarding over me, reacted with a soldier type of move in her energy, and I keept thinking that those small weak looking securities must be some sheep looking wolves of some crazy martial arts skills, with which they might be able to knock you out in a split seccond. …so my nerves were tearing me apart again inside and I burst into tears again. 

Suddenly my colllague came running back, not crying but full of tears on her face, angry and freaking out, tellinng me that the older security-leader (looking like 70yrs old or more) had grabbed her, trying to hold her back from the departure gate and pull her away with him, so she had stuck her long nails into his arms as hard as she could, and had scratched him quite a bit. It was a crazy nerve breaking chaos going on, with her screaming, securities trying to grab her while she kept escaping from their grip, everyone moving around me making this whole craze, as I suddenly noticed a young american couple, who had taken their handy-cam out and were filming the madness of humans happening. 

I ran up to their camera, shouting in tears that they are violating human rights, and telling the story extremely shortyfied and quick, and crying to please send it to Amnesty international. …yeah I was just 22. 

Oh yeah by the way! And I think I also told to the camera how they had a man with a protective masque on, to come and spray something in the prison cells, and then immediately putting us back inside the cells. …I was breathing into some of my clothes knotted up into a thick mass, to be sure it would filter the air I was breating, as much as possible, terrified of what that spray might be, as they wouldn’t answer this question. TO THIS DAY I DON’T KNOW WHAT THIS SPRAY WAS.  

It turned out to be the final act that got some official airport-police involved, who seemed to get angry and made the strange Japanese aiport-security group start cooperating with us. They put us in a hotel room right next to the airport, on the first floor, with the little door-scope for looking who’s outside the door, turned the other way arround so that the guards who stayed outside our door all night could look into our room, rather than us being able to look out of the room. And all the windows were blocked from opening. So I was joking about how they were actually making us feel like some most wanted high profile criminals. But the manipulation didn’t stop. The next morning they blackmailed us to sign some papers full of crap, including some unexplained paragraph. I asked to be showen in english what this paragraph means before I sign, and discovered that they were making us sign, that we tried to enter Japan without any money, so I refused to sign it and was told that if I don’t sign it, they will not let me go. So I carefully, slowly and quietly ripped out that page from their “law-book”, thinking I might better have it to show my Embassy what lie I was blackmailed to sign against my will, just to be released from their psychopatic captivity for nothing.  

BUT!, they made us pay bills, and sent us to on the next first plane to europe, which was going to London, allthough we had come from Vienna in Austria. I london neither of us had anyone, and so the first day already, we ran out of the dollars I had managed to keep secret from the Japanese, and we ended up homeless in london. 

NOW HERE IS THE POINT OF DIFFERENCE 

Because at this time I owned a city apartment in Copenhagen, and my grandMother was alive (loving me unconditionally ~keeping me strong n feeling safe ~because she was always seeing the best of me, no matter what of course (now that’s pure human psychology, instead of most of that manipulative business minded crap that is being taught to students, purely For the sake of business and not actually good For humans, but rather against humans so that business rules instead of humanity). 

So experiencing homelessness in this cold dark minded world, but whileyou have a strong back-land to fall back on, IS A FREAKING JOKE TO ME that I also never even thought to brag about. But this man having his so-called homeless experience in Bombay, tell the story very proud, in that way as if it made him, as if he had come from nothing with nothing but trauma, and made it to the top. While the truth is, that he was one of the few on the TOP, out of most all his friends, mates and most everyone. Just as I had my back-land strong and full of unconditional love durring ONE OF my traumatizing experience that lead to “homelessness”, so of course I was as well able to stay tough and come out of it all fine. 

I felt there being a need to write about this, as it is a classic, that people tell a story in a self-praising, hale-me, I’m a selfmade hero, look-up-to-me kind of way. And on top of that they will ofcourse leave out any details that otherwise might have revealed just how silly and self-inflicted from just adventure-fun, or perhaps even drug-hangover rooted, or business rooted it all actually might have been to begin with. 

AND ALSO while we’re YOUNG, most of us have that invincible energy/state of being/feeling, making us stronger as well as a solid strong back-land to go HOME to. 

So no matter how I look at it!, it’s (parden my French) flat out total bull-sht’. What we experienced is extremmely far from homeless. The few times I have shared my story of this incidents, I indicated with my fingers the ” ” showing that of course it’s not at all like real homelessness. 

I have noticed through out life, over and over again, that self-prasing people are of course spoiled humans with a very small tiny empathy so small and rigid that it’s revealing their ignorance ~showing that they are rather stupid and just so full of themselves. 

What I didn’t realise was that most of those people actually have psychopathic traits! 

To that I paste the simplest-to-read and understand article, of all the psychology and psychiatry stuff that I’ve read: 

Most Accurate Signs Of People Having Psychopathic Tendencies:

1. They do not really ever feel any guilt. 

While a high intelligence empathy person is aware of, that even just your pressence in silence has effects on everything (because you know absolutely everything is energy and naturally seem to grasp how it works on different levels in life). 

When we hurt someone we usually feel guilty about it. A psychopath, and/or a developing psychopath, will not feel guilt.

2. They do not feel empathy.

We as humans are usually very empathetic towards others. The psychopath will not be. They cannot understand and do not really care to the emotions of others.

3. They as if naturally-for-them, make people feel guilty.

They pick up a lot of small things about everyone in their lives. They use this sort of thing to get in your trust/make friendly-feeling connections very easily with anyone anywhere. They use your vulnerabilities to gain control over you. One of their favorite things to do is guilt someone and then cashes in a favor.

4. They only value themselves.

No one else matters to them but themselves and their well being.

5. They think they are better than everyone else.

They feel superior to everyone they encounter. This is how they are able to dodge guilt and things of the sort, the common person is only here for their amusement.

6. They are liars.

They lie all the time even when it is not something that will benefit them. This gives them a false sense of power.

7. They have appealing personalities.

Psychopaths are often people who are liked. They are approachable and friendly, not how they are portrayed in movies.

8. They do not take responsibility for their actions towards you, as to them you can just choose to get over it, be over it, using the everyone is responsible for him/her -self almost as a shield against blame, so you can just rise above anything they say or do. 
You’d have to be colder then them, showing that you’re harder then they, to have them just be as if they have Some respect for you, while you will, to them, anyway just be as an intimidator to compete with, or learn more cold aspects from. 

9) Very often they can be extremely powerful with most kids and animals, because their coldness can come accross as that of a consistent/stable character which is what makes especially children and animals feel safe (when the energies stay the same ~familiar). 

No matter what they do it is never their fault anything ever gets put back on them. As to them you and everyone if responsible for your own perception, existace, feelings and all, so that nothing they say or do to you could ever be of any matter to them.  
Keep in mind a person does not have to have all of these traits to have psychopathic tendencies. One or two is more than enough. It seems there are a lot more psychopaths out there in this world than we would like to believe. 

This text was derived from the readings of different scriptures, essays and articles written on psychology and psychiatry, but mainly from the easy-to-read article (originally inspired by »Empower Her«) •Source/Link: http://educateinspirechange.org/spirituality/can-spot-psychopath-looking-8-warnings/ 

Most Accurate Signs Of People Having Psychopathic Tendencies:

1. They do not really ever feel any guilt. 

While a high intelligence empathy person is aware of, that even just your pressence in silence has effects on everything (because you know absolutely everything is energy and naturally seem to grasp how it works on different levels in life). 

When we hurt someone we usually feel guilty about it. A psychopath, and/or a developing psychopath, will not feel guilt.

2. They do not feel empathy.

We as humans are usually very empathetic towards others. The psychopath will not be. They cannot understand and do not really care to the emotions of others.

3. They as if naturally-for-them, make people feel guilty.

They pick up a lot of small things about everyone in their lives. They use this sort of thing to get in your trust/make friendly-feeling connections very easily with anyone anywhere. They use your vulnerabilities to gain control over you. One of their favorite things to do is guilt someone and then cashes in a favor.

4. They only value themselves.

No one else matters to them but themselves and their well being.

5. They think they are better than everyone else.

They feel superior to everyone they encounter. This is how they are able to dodge guilt and things of the sort, the common person is only here for their amusement.

6. They are liars.

They lie all the time even when it is not something that will benefit them. This gives them a false sense of power.

7. They have appealing personalities.

Psychopaths are often people who are liked. They are approachable and friendly, not how they are portrayed in movies.

8. They do not take responsibility for their actions towards you, as to them you can just choose to get over it, be over it, using the everyone is responsible for him/her -self almost as a shield against blame, so you can just rise above anything they say or do. 
You’d have to be colder then them, showing that you’re harder then they, to have them just be as if they have Some respect for you, while you will, to them, anyway just be as an intimidator to compete with, or learn more cold aspects from. 

9) Very often they can be extremely powerful with most kids and animals, because their coldness can come accross as that of a consistent/stable character which is what makes especially children and animals feel safe (when the energies stay the same ~familiar). 

No matter what they do it is never their fault anything ever gets put back on them. As to them you and everyone if responsible for your own perception, existace, feelings and all, so that nothing they say or do to you could ever be of any matter to them.  
Keep in mind a person does not have to have all of these traits to have psychopathic tendencies. One or two is more than enough. It seems there are a lot more psychopaths out there in this world than we would like to believe. 

This text was derived from the readings of different scriptures, essays and articles written on psychology and psychiatry, but mainly from the easy-to-read article (originally inspired by »Empower Her«) •Source/Link: http://educateinspirechange.org/spirituality/can-spot-psychopath-looking-8-warnings/ 

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