Abuse: Ray Rice

Wednesday September 10, 2014

It's all about programming. It's about the issues people view on reality TV and associate with their own lives. It's about the insanity in the world today.

The human drama is based on abuse and healing. It's how we roll and let me tell you souls of very tired from all of it. We know the people ... we know the patterns ... we know the tools needed to try to heal and on and on and on.

Tuesday's headlines were about Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice. Rice punched his then-fiancee (now wife) in the face, the blow knocking her unconscious. This goes to so many issues its hard to keep track. This is another reason surveillance is so important. It changes everything.

When it comes to celebrities in sports or entertainment, many abuse substances, themselves, and the people around them. The story of Ray Rice is convoluted and like everything else is filled with coverups. He most likely had abused her before and would definitely cheat on her, which may have started the fight.

Boys are taught not to hit girls which goes to bullying ... rage disorder ... and other psychological problems. But girls also carry the same issues and can be meaner and more crazy than boys.

Look at the incident of JZ in the elevator with Beyonce and her sister, Solange Knowles. Solange went after him, but he never laid a hand on her. It told me that she has a pattern for this type of behavior and he knows how to deal with it. It also shows me that he is not crazy and loves his wife.

Let's get to the matter of abuse in relationships. It can be physical or emotional depending on how the psychological makeup of the people and how they interact with each other. A non-functioning relationship, brings out the worst in both people, each calling the other crazy.

You know the reasons women stick around and allow themselves to be abused - codependency, money, children, the fear of being along, the work involved in breaking up, ego issues, and so on. There are enough blogs, articles, books, and films out there about it.

Life is about experience, emotions, and learning by association. If you're a woman who's been physically abused by a man, you would feel anger at watching the video of Janay being punched by her husband. It's hard to say why she married Ray but I'm sure in part she loved him, and then there's the money and celebrity. I've read wives of NFL players and they put up with more than you know.

I've read many abused women and what I concluded after trying to help them and show them what is wrong - is that this is the way their destinies are programmed and nothing I can do or say will make a difference until their programming for abuse ends. On that day they will wake up, pack up, and leave. This not only applies to romantic relationships, but also to family, and friends.

More and more you are reading about things I've always blogged over then past 19 years. The brain is a computer. Life is about DNA programming and experiencing emotions. Today people hope to find the tools to help them heal, but DNA is DNA and nothing will change that. All you can do is ... put a lid on it ... then a psychological or spiritual band-aid on it ... then hope for the best. Always remember that dysfunctional people will always be dysfunctional in relationships ... they get bored and sabotage.

To believe that Ray Rice is the only football player who has hit his girlfriend, or wife, is ridiculous. He just happens to be the one who was program to get caught at this particular time and face the repercussions. Many people believe that celebrities are over paid, overly glorified, and basically crazy. Like anything else in life, there's going to be good guys and bad guys, and that's what makes the world (hologram) go round. In that one moment ... in that elevator ... everything that was meaningful to Ray Rice changed. How many others are there like him out there?

It's hard to believe the NFL didn't see the video until Tuesday. True or false they were programmed to that end just as we are in our personal experiences within the hologram ... as is the hologram itself. Everything, including the hologram, has a scripted beginning, a plot, and an End. ....

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