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Human psychological complexes destroy evolution 1

Complexes are a “cancer” in the human mind. As a cancer, complexes destroy their host while they die with it. Individuals degrade when they are dominated by complexes.

This can be objectively measured in the adaptation process of individuals.

Complexes remit when the individual has the courage, the will and the energy to assume a full responsibility for her/his life. Then, individuals begin to evolve.

Evolution implies: today better than yesterday.

When individuals avoid facing their paradoxical behaviors, they involve.

Involution implies: today worse than yesterday.

The research on the destructive aspects of human beings began in 1978 driven by the goal of finding the causes of the growing gap between developed and developing countries.

The hypothesis of the research was that there had to be fundamentals that produced such gap and that the evolution of the gap, which is expanding, was provoked by aspects that were not being managed.

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