List of 1,728 Psychological Complexes

List of 1,728 Psychological Complexes

I formed a list of 1,728 psychological complexes that are self identified. I am influenced by Dr. Carl Jung, yet I have made my own conclusions based upon life experience, visual imagery, self hypnosis using sacred geometry, and the gift of shamanism.

During the years 2012-2015, I would undergo a method called Golden DNA Activation. This may sound like an esoteric, unusual term, yet it simply means activating the subconscious mind into consciousness. Since the subconscious mind defines humanity’s belief systems in the form of visual imagery to guide and direct life, I chose to understand its truth.

In 2016, I witnessed unique images appearing into my inner mind that I had never seen prior to this year. The images were like pop-up screens in my mind that demanded attention whether I wanted to see them or not. I witnessed them without judgment, without fear, and without blame. I simply wanted to know what they meant as the subconscious communicates to the conscious mind with visuals.

Thankfully, my work load allowed me the time to delve deep into the origin of these images to understand the meaning. I discovered that the images carried a specific intent, tonality, and frequency. As I focused on these images, I understood that they represented a thought or intent from a human being. As I continued my focus, I could see or often feel who had sent me the negative intent.

For example, I would see cuticle scissors jabbing at a specific part of my body. It didn’t hurt because it was simply a visual image or thought that someone projected at me. As I witnessed the image, I began to feel a sense that someone was jealous of me, which was that person’s emotion not mine. Over time, it built into a more violent image, which related to the concluding mindset of hatred or resentment.

The meditative focus from these images and emotional response became the basis of my theory of the list of 1,728 psychological complexes, which is the belief that a specific thought creates a specific emotion which creates a specific mindset. In essence, I was witnessing a specific list that governs our time and space matrix, or more specifically, our emotional reactions.

The 12 thoughts can be used with 12 different emotions and 12 different mindsets. It was consistent every time with no deviation. I believe I was witnessing through images, emotion, and feeling-based sensory the creation of a Complex in my body, which is a thought-emotion-mindset energetic chain created by a person with an intent to harness and control my own light supply.

To be more specific, I believe there are 12 Thoughts that interact with 12 Emotions that interact with 12 Mindsets. When all thoughts, emotions, and mindsets work together, much like a combination lock, they form a complex or mathematical combination. In essence, this Time and Space Matrix is built upon 1,728 possibilities of thoughts interacting with emotions interacting with mindsets.

Light supply is limited in this time and space matrix due to the fall of humanity’s soul. Just as our body needs food and water, our DNA template or spirit body needs a source to exist in this time and space matrix. To gain light and increase one’s light quotient, actions are taken by either giving or taking. Light supply can be gained through kind efforts. Light supply can be gained through cruelty. Humans tend to default to cruelty as their first form of acquiring source energy as it is programmed into their shadow body to seek divine love at all cost, even to the detriment of self. All cruelty is self defeating, self annihilating, and self destructive. Just look at the state of our reality.

Dr. Carl Jung defined complexes as knots on the mind that create foreign behavior. I chose to use his label “complexes” to be consistent with his psychological term.

I believe that once a Complex is formed, emotions are hooked deeply in the Chinese Meridians, chakras, subatomic particles, and DNA template creating the very pain and suffering that humans experience in this reality. Why do humans need medication for depression, anxiety, and fear? Complexes are firmly fixed in the body and continue to thrive like a growing empire until the energetic cords, between you and the person who created the psychic intent, are severed. The severing and transmutation of the energetic cord is freedom from feeling the on-going burden of negative emotions.

Thus, it is my goal to help you alleviate pain and suffering in the best possible way so that you can experience a reality closer to the divine blueprint, which is happiness, abundance, health, and bliss.

Below is the list of 12 Thoughts, 12 Emotions, and 12 Mindsets that work interchangeably. The list below is a definition of each word. You will have to use your creative power to see the full potential of the list as I did not list all combinations. For example, blame-anger-violence is one possibility while blame-fear-sadness, blame-embarrassment-obsession, blame-disgust-greed, blame-hatred-wrath, blame-lust-isolation, blame-anxiety-victimization, blame-jealousy-revenge, blame-grief-pride, blame-guilt-failure, blame-depression-doubt, and blame-shame-greed are also complexes. All the words are interchangeable, thus making for one thousand seven hundred and twenty-eight possibilities of life experience.

The only thing that does NOT change is the category, meaning that the identified thoughts remain thoughts, which are JUDGMENT triggers, emotions remain emotions, which are INDICATORS, and mindsets remain mindsets, which are degrees of human PUNISHMENT.

Here is the List of 1,728 Psychological Complexes:

Blame

Blame is to find fault, hold responsible, attribute fault, and damn a person for your suffering and thus deserving of your condition.

Anger

Anger is a strong feeling of displeasure and belligerence aroused by a wrong, exasperation, and ire. It is enraged provocation, displeasure, and infuriation.

Violence

Violence is an unjust or unwarranted exertion of force or power against rights or laws. It is damage through distortion or unwarranted alteration. It is rough vehemence through action or language.

Aggression

Aggression is the practice of making assaults, attacks, invasion, onslaught, injury, or encroachment. It is frustration directed outward or against oneself. It is offensive reaction.

Fear

Fear is a distressing emotion aroused by impending danger, evil, pain, or threat whether the threat is real or imagined. It is the feeling or condition of being afraid, alarmed, or apprehensive because it is assumed that a decision will create the imagined result.

Sadness

Sadness is an expression of unhappiness, grief, or sorrow that carries on long term. It is mourning past the state of grief because it is not resolved. It is a state of being heavy, despondent, melancholy, and lacking any sense of humor.

Rejection

Rejection is to refuse to have, take, recognize, grant, or accept, which results in casting out, ejecting, eliminating, dismissal, and spurning. The object of rejection is viewed as being useless, unsatisfactory, and unacceptable.

Disgust

Disgust is an interest in filth, nausea, revulsion, and extreme loathing. Disgust is repugnance, which is hostility and abhorrence. It is the idea that you cannot redeem yourself from a perceived failure that projects you into an energetic Swamp Land.

Obsession

Obsession is the domination of one’s thoughts or feelings by a persistent idea, image, and desire. It is the state of being IN LOVE. It is a crush, passion, infatuation, enthusiasm, or compulsion towards someone. To be manic or feel mania is another word for obsession.

Expectation

Expectation is the act or state of looking forward or anticipating a result. It is an expectant attitude, a prospect of future good, or degree of probability that something will occur.

Embarrassment

Embarrassment is recognition that an action created separation from a group of like-minded individuals, thus you are no longer accepted in the group. It feels like mortification, awkwardness, and distress. It creates a self-conscious personality in which you question your responses before delivering an answer. Shock and embarrassment are the same.

Greed

Greed is excessive or rapacious desire for possessions to the degree that serving with elegance is replaced by selfishness, addiction, and lies in order to gain. Greed is ugly in that it robs the hard working individual who spends 20 years saving to start a business, succeeds in this goal, and then the spouse spends the income, savings, and credit on a gambling addiction due to greed. It is the need to plunder or seize someone’s gifts in order to gain satisfaction by forcing loss in the person of interest.

Envy

Envy is to covet, want, or desire another person’s perceived advantages, success, or possessions without taking into consideration the work required to create the advantage, success, or possession. It is a form of laziness that creates slothful creations because you refuse to take action that the person you covet is taking.

Hatred

Hatred is a thought of intense dislike, aversion, hostility, animosity, detestation, and loathing. Hatred is extreme ill will that displays itself with words, expressions, attitude, and unfriendliness.

Wrath

Wrath is different than anger in that it is a deep indignation and rage filled with ideas of revenge, violence, fury, and thirst for punishment yet unfulfilled. It’s a lasting mindset of desired harm towards a person or group with the intention for revenge, which is revenge for an act done to oneself or another person. Wrath or rage manifests as verbal indignation, prejudice, protests, road rage, twitter rants, gun loving posts, game hunting of animals, gaslighting in relationships, etc.

Perfection

Perfection is the idea that you can perfectly control your reality with superiority. Precision is excellence, wholeness, exactness, and impeccability while perfection is a perception. All acts of precision have warts, failings, and missteps, yet you continue forward in spite of those missteps to achieve your goal. Perfection is a nice dream. To project perfection is project arrogance and entitlement. A reality must be controlled through manipulation to give appearances of perfection but it is never real.

Lust

Lust is a passionate desire, uncontrolled appetite, excessive craving, overmastering hunger for a person, place, time, thing, or event. Sexual attraction and love are NOT lust. Lust makes a person pathetic, weak, lamentable, and foolish as the intense craving ignores ethics or healthy choices. As an example, a man can lust for a woman, which is ultimately her personal power even if her physical appearance is the drawing point. Men look at her and want her, thus the husband feels powerful standing next to her as her controller. A relationship of lust forces one into enslavement, making the enslaved one feel worthy only for his/her physical looks, gifts, money, or knowledge rather than love. Unworthiness and undeservedness is created. Lust and depression are linked.

Victimization

Victimization is a mindset created from abuse, such as theft, racism, discrimination, persecution, physical harm, and verbal harm. To be victimized is to be in distress, chaos, and discord often labeled as trauma. To be victimized or a victim serves for awareness to end relationships with those who harm, thus ending the pattern of being exploited.

Lie

A lie is a false statement made with deliberate intent to deceive, an intentional untruth, a falsehood, and something intended or serving to convey a false impression. To lie is to speak untruth knowingly with intent to deceive. Lies convey a false impression.

Anxiety

Anxiety is distress, uneasiness, and apprehension. It is an energy that presses upon your chest, stops activities, causes paranoia, and focuses your emotional body on dread. If you move your body, you are better. Sitting still, you feel aligned to death.

Isolation

Isolation is the complete separation from other people. It is a quarantine, solitude, or state of being or living alone. Seclusion is remoteness from habitation that is absence of human activity. One can be alive in the solitude of the mountains and alone in the frequented places of a dense population.

Comparison

Comparison is the act of likening, resemblance, or similitude. Comparison is associating two objects, whether human or inanimate, to create connection, similarity, and correlation or contrast, distance, and discrimination.

Jealousy

Jealousy is resentment against a rival, a disposition against another’s success or advantage, and a belief that a person is undeserving of his or her success or advantage. It is covetousness with regard to another’s believed advantage, success, or possessions that create ill will and envy.

Revenge

Revenge is a mindset built on a belief in betrayal, in which a person acted unfaithfully to a set of rules you subscribe to. Revenge is the need to punish another for revealing secrets, lying, or manipulating a situation. Revenge is hastened by a false expectation in which you believed someone would not, could not harm you, and yet he/she did.

Death

Death is a belief in something dying whether it be a relationship, job, career, business, friendship, reputation, health, intelligence, or options. It is the total and permanent cessation of well being. Divorce is death. Unemployment is death. Sickness is death even if you are living as it creates death of hope.

Grief

Grief is suffering, distress, sharp sorrow, painful dismay, anguish, heartache, woe, and misery. Grief is an emotional result from an event, such as the awareness that a spouse will die from cancer and when the spouse actually dies, it creates a reaction of bereavement, despair, and heartache.

Regret

Regret is to feel sorrow or remorse for an act, fault, or loss that could not be controlled other than the belief that you to this point. Regret is to be in a state of lamenting, bewailing, bemoaning, or mourning. It is remorse, penitence, and sorrow from wrongs committed or errors made. Regret is distress of mind for what has been done or failed to be done.

Humiliation

Humiliation is intent to degrade a person and thus label him or her as dishonorable or disgraceful. Humiliation is exclusion from favor, confidence, or trust. It is a lack or loss of honor. Bully’s use this strategy to get power by labeling someone else’s conduct without considering why he/she needs to bully another person.

Depression

Depression is experienced as worthlessness, meaningless, insignificance, and apathy. Depression feeds the need for a win, purpose, or value, yet fails to meet expectations leaving a person in a state of futility, being stuck, or seeking peace through addictions. It is a deep loss that cannot be returned. It leads to withdrawal due the effect it creates, which is lack of motivation often perceived as laziness.

Failure

Failure is the conclusion of not meeting a desirable or intended objective. Your time, talents, gifts, friendships, relationships, ideas, and beliefs become meaningless, inconsequential, unusable, unimportant, and ineffective. Failure is difficult to resolve as it creates a feeling of worthlessness or pointlessness in taking action.

Neglect

Neglect is postponement, disregard, or disregard an agreement between you and another person or group, such as an institution, government, family, religion, or company. It is to overlook, omit, or act with delinquency due to indifference or carelessness. Neglect can be fueled by confusion, laziness, ineptitude, or some form of lack.

Guilt

Guilt is an emotion of culpability, indiscretion, liability, sin, dereliction, and fault. Guilt arises from an offense, crime, violation, or wrong, especially against moral or penal law. It it censure and the state of feeling blameworthy.

Doubt

Doubt is to be uncertain about, consider questionable or unlikely, hesitate to believe, or to distrust. You can doubt your conclusions. You can doubt your partner in business. You can doubt the survival of the economy. Doubt is to be undecided in opinion or belief as there are typically two truths or concepts playing at the same time. Confusion is competing ideas, which creates the distrust.

Possession

Possession is to covet, steal, control, and claim ownership for that which is not yours. When a person seeks to possess a person, place, or thing, this person uses predatory tactics of manipulation, agenda, or theft in order to gain proprietary rights.

Shame

Shame is the painful feeling arising from the consciousness for doing something — either real or imagined — that is dishonorable, improper, or pathetic. Shame is feeling disgrace, ignominy, or cowardice for doing something that separates you from heroism and obedience. Shame can be a creation from living an authentic life that does not fit within a group’s perception of what is right. Shame can be the act of going against divine right order.

Pride

Pride is a form of competition based in self importance, arrogance, and need for attention. There is no wrong or right competing for a goal. Competition becomes complicated upon completion, which is the declaration of a winner and a loser. The winner feels fantastic, invincible, and superior, yet the sensation is not lasting. Where pride fails to be beneficial is the addiction to winning by either forcing a loss with manipulation or simply calling someone a loser even if he/she did not lose. Pride is simply entitlement without responsibility to integrity or impeccability.

The List of 1,728 Psychological Complexes as identified by Deborah Bravandt are meant to help you understand what is influencing your emotions and mindsets, which is the creating force of emotional intelligence. Emotional Intelligence is the gift of understanding influencing forces and choosing how to respond to those forces.

If you wish to learn more about my method as to how I eliminate the sabotaging force created by the list of psychological complexes, please check out my method page. You can also work with me live on Skype to transmute the list of psychological complexes.

Read a beneficial article about the positive effects of Golden DNA Activation© and what it can do for you.

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