The Law of Narcissism

Law of Narcissism


We all have access to empathy, the most astonishing instrument for building relationships and gaining social influence. When developed and used effectively, it can provide us insight into other people's emotions and thoughts, empowering us to predict their behaviour and subtly weaken their resistance. However, this tool is weakened by our ingrained self-importance. All of us are narcissists, though some are more extreme than others. Our purpose in life is to accept this love of ourselves and discover how to direct our sensitivity away from ourselves and towards others. Prior to becoming entangled in their dramas and poisoned by their jealousy, we must simultaneously recognize the toxic narcissists who are present among us.

                                 The Narcissistic Temperament

Humans have an unquenchable desire for attention from the time of birth. We are fundamentally social creatures. Our relationships with others are essential to both our survival and happiness. We cannot relate to others on any level if they are not paying attention to us. Some of this is merely physical; in order to feel
alive, we need to be observed by others. Without eye contact, we start to doubt our existence and fall into a deep despair, as anyone who has experienced extended isolation can attest. However, this desire is also profoundly psychological in nature because it is via the calibre of attention we receive from others that we feel accepted and valued for who we are. This is necessary for our sense of worth. 

The four elements that make up an empathic skill set are as follows:

The empathic attitude: More than anything, empathy is a state of mind and a new manner of interacting with people. Your general belief that you have a thorough understanding of people and can rapidly judge and categories them is the biggest threat you face. Instead, you must start by assuming that you lack knowledge and that you have biases that will lead you to make poor judgements about other individuals. The individuals around you put on masks that serve their agendas. You confuse the mask with reality. Put an end to your predisposition to judge quickly.
Allow yourself to consider them from a new perspective. Do not presume that you and they are comparable or that they hold the same ideals. Each person you encounter is like to a newly found nation.
Visceral empathy: Empathy is a tool for emotional understanding attunement. While reading or understanding another person's ideas can be challenging, picking up on their sentiments and moods is considerably simpler. We are all prone to picking up on other people's emotions. We underestimate how much more permeable the borders between us and other people are than we do. Our moods are constantly impacted by other people. You are converting your bodily reaction into knowledge in this situation. Pay close attention to how individuals are feeling as it shows in their body language and voice tone. They speak with a feeling tone that either matches or contrasts with what they are saying.
Analytic empathy. You have a wealth of knowledge about your friends' and partners' values, tastes, and family history, which helps you to understand them so thoroughly. We've all had the experience of thinking we know someone, only to have to later change our minds after learning more. Physical empathy is quite potent, but it needs to be combined with analytical empathy. This can be especially useful when dealing with people that we find difficult to relate with and towards whom we feel resentment, either because they are significantly dissimilar from us or because they pique our dislike. In these situations, we inevitably judge them and classify them. 
The empathic skill. Like anything, developing empathy takes time. You need feedback to make sure that you are actually learning and getting better at understanding others on a deeper level. There are two ways that this can occur: directly and indirectly. To determine whether your prediction was accurate in the direct form, you question them about their thoughts and feelings. This must be done in secret and with mutual confidence, but it can provide a very accurate assessment of your abilities. The indirect form is when you experience a stronger connection and how specific strategies have worked for you.


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