Narcissism Has Reached Epidemic Levels in the United States — Could Self-Compassion be the Cure?

Self help, self-improvement, narcissism, compassion, self-compassion, spirituality, self-esteem, new paradigm, Carolanne Wright, self-worth, social media-by Carolanne Wright

Narcissism is on the rise. We see it on social media, in friends and family — even ourselves. In fact, Jean Twenge, author of Generation Me, believes we are experiencing a “narcissism epidemic” in America. To explore the idea, she surveyed more than 15,000 US college students between 1987 and 2006. During those two decades, levels of narcissism soared — with an astonishing 65 percent of modern-day students ranking higher in narcissism than what we’ve seen in previous generations. Self-esteem also rose, surpassing the upsurge of narcissism throughout the same time period. This has researchers and mental health professionals concerned — largely because self-esteem has a dark side… see more

Government Report: In 20 Years A.I. Implants Will Allow Humans To Control Our World

Aaron Kesel, Artificial Intelligence, A.I, Science, Transhumanism, new paradigm, A.I implants, technology, transhuman agenda-by Aaron Kesel

The agenda to push towards Transhumanism is on course. It has now been reported by the House of Lords that within 20 years A.I. implants will allow us to control our homes, enhance our muscles, cells and repair our bodies.

John McNamara, who works at IBM Hursley Innovation Centre, in Hampshire, presented evidence to the House of Lords Artificial Intelligence Committee, which is considering the economic, ethical and social implications of the giant leap into using A.I. -See more


Facebook investing in neuroscience “telepathy” technology that can read minds, report your thoughts to the NSA

New Paradigm, artificial intelligence, Facebook, Singularity, telepathy, alternative news, NSA, transhumanism, raising awareness, social media, social engineeringby Ethan Huff

Mark Zuckerberg and his team of social engineers are hoping to push theFacebook platform one step closer to singularity by developing new ways to invade the human mind in order to spy on people’s thoughts. According to reports, the social media giant is tasking a team of neuroscientists with developing a so-called “brain-computer interface” that will supposedly allow users to talk to each other telepathically, while also allowing Facebook to intercept this flow of communication for around-the-clock monitoring… -See more


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