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Did you know that manipulations are never forgotten or forgiven?

Manipulations are non-conscious actions that allow people to profit from the environment while avoiding the responsibility for delivering a counterpart.

Ontogenetic Map of ManipulationBeing non-conscious, manipulators feel no guilt for having appropriated things they did not earn.

Therefore they damage others and have no responsibility because their actions are justified.

As these actions are non-conscious they have no possibilities to “listen” to the environment or learn from it.

The paradox is that those who have been damaged, and are not a psychopathic complement, do not forget or forgive these actions because they know that they will happen again.

It is simple to identify manipulators.

You just need to leave them alone to do something in a field where they manipulated. If they enter into an “active inaction” activity, then they are manipulators.

Fortunately, manipulators have a sad ending.

Access more information at:
https://www.unicist-school.org/peter-belohlavek/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/unicist_ontology_psychopathic_manipulation.pdf

NOTE: The Unicist Research Institute was the pioneer in complexity science research and became a private global decentralized leading research organization in the field of human adaptive systems.
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Did you know that the concepts drive people’s behavior?

The research on human behavior showed that the “concepts” people have in mind define their attitude in a specific field. This discovery allows forecasting people’s actions based on knowing the concepts they use and inferring the concepts they have based on their actions.

Ontogenetic Map of LeadershipConceptual intelligence allows building in mind the concepts that emulate aspects of reality and work as “drivers”, “catalysts” or “gravitational forces of an individual’s behavior.

Concepts drive actions when individuals are fully adapted in an environment; for example a person who is aware of her/his concept of “leadership” and this role is fully adapted to the environment

Concepts catalyze actions when the leadership concept of the individual is functionally above the standards of the environment. In this case a leader that works within the standards is necessary to work as a driver of the actions of a group.

Concepts work as gravitational forces of behavior if the leadership concept the individual has is dysfunctional in an environment but the individual wants to adapt to the context. This implies that the change the individual wants to do is inhibited by the concept he has.

That is why becoming aware of the concept the individual has and its functionality increases her/his power.

NOTE: The Unicist Research Institute was the pioneer in complexity science research and became a private global decentralized leading research organization in the field of human adaptive systems.
http://www.unicist.org

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