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All for one and one for all

The basic distinction behind each of these words seems different, but is it?

Bad

Betrayed

Defensive

Good

Guilt

Improve

Not good enough

Punished

Regret

Right

Righteousness

Should

Should not

Underserving

Unfair

Unlovable

Victim

Wrong

Each of these words has the same meaning as the others, with less than 10% of their meaning differing

 

They are all different words showing you "different sides of the same scorpion." They're all part of the same sub-conspiracy inside the HOGAB.

It's possible to use any one of the above words in a non-toxic sense. I'm not talking about those non-toxic uses. I'm directing your attention to the use of each word as a toxic word whose main function is to express a pejorative or laudatory judgment.

Let me show you how they are so interrelated and dependent on each other their difference in fundamental meaning is less than 10%.  To do this, let's take the word "bad" and see how it calls up all the others words. The same can be done with any of these words.

If you are bad...

If you say that you are bad or did a bad thing, it means that you should feel guilt and regret and you should be punished. What you did or didn't do was wrong and was not right and was not good. It means that you feel defensive when you either know about or imagine the righteousness of others who either know or if they would know what you did or didn't do. You can imagine that they either do or could feel like a victim of you. It says that you treated another or others unfairly and it makes you undeserving and unlovable. It means that you betrayed another or others when you didn't do what was expected. Somehow you should not do or be again what you did or were before. You are not good enough and you should improve.

If another or others are bad...

If you say that another or others are bad or did a bad thing, it means that they should feel guilt and regret and they should be punished. What they did or didn't do was wrong and was not right and was not good. It means that they should feel defensive when they know or could know about your righteousness toward them because they did or didn't do what they should. You feel that you or others are victims of them. It says that they treated you or others unfairly and it makes them undeserving and unlovable. It means that they betrayed you or others when they didn't do what was expected by you or others. Somehow they should not do or be again what they did or were before. They are not good enough and they should improve.

All for one and one for all!

Check these out

Undoing betrayal

Undoing defensiveness

Undoing expectations

Undoing guilt

Undoing shoulds

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