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MORB
Theory

MORB is my acronym for the Modus Operandi of Rational Behavior which is an interpretation of personage in terms of relational being and selfhood. It's the observation and study of the acts or mannerisms made by individuals existing within societal systems or structures that subject one to particular MORBID manifestations that can be best described as an artificial ego entitification.

 

This projection of a perceived “I” in conjunctionality labels self identity in a mind manufactured strata state suiting MORB’s imposed reality construction or Metaspheric socio-identity setting

 

Yes, I’ll explain all that in the series of videos as we continue on our GRAND TOUR (; 

<to further explore the perceived “I” see my writing at Igoism.com >

 

Social identity is the part of the self that is defined by one’s group memberships. Social identity theory, which was formulated by social psychologist Henri Tajfel and John Turner in the 1970s, describes the conditions under which social identity becomes more important than one’s identity as an individual.   MORBology examines factors of social construction in identity, to say that an identity is only socially constructed is to deny that it has some “I” objective reality ascribed to it. 

 

Rather, MORB identity is the result of beliefs and practices in society or specialized segments of society that become internalized and adopted in individual conception of “identity” asking and answering the eternal question of “Who am I?”  This subject fascinates me because my view of MORB is that it’s projected “I.D.” is often superimposed by factors of socialization. However, our conditioning seems to be unconsciously reinforced or affirmed through MORB’s “Internalized Dialogue” other than it being fully (I) aware that its supposed existence is a projected sense of self that may not have much factual foundation apart from the BIDECK mind manufacturing it.

 

The self is a complex and core subject in many forms of spirituality. In Western psychology, the concept of self comes from Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, and Carl Rogers where the self is the inner critic. When it comes to identity maintenance I want to examine what makes us MORB-ID.

The video above relates/reveals how MEST and MORB correspond to each other and introduces the Gust concept. To read more on this topic go to MORB.MassTrance.com

NEXT stop on our Grand Tour of Ideas  examines the MASS TRANCE 
affecting 
MORB existence 
within
 the MEST-UP realm.     
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