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Showing posts with label psyche. Show all posts
Showing posts with label psyche. Show all posts

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

What's Going On In That Head Of Yours?

Like I said in part 1, Ike Betina is an alter ego. Comprised of:
41% Super ego,
29% Id and
30% Ego.
How'd I come up with this?  A little self analysis.
Hopefully this sparks your own curiosity to learn more about yourselves. If you peep G, we're all pretty much the same with very small variations to differentiate eachother.
We're divided into 3 catagories:
1. Those that can openly admit when they're wrong or responsible for a situation going arwy.
2. Those that choose to hide behind denial in an attempt to be right (almost all the time) when knowing they're clearly wrong. These people are usually manipulators, and dishonest by nature. If you can't be true with yourself it's impossible to be true with others.
3. Those that are totally oblivious to everything. who and what they really are and what they and say or do. The ones to keep away from altogether.
On another note...
Your personality is composed of more than one component. I didn't say more than one personality or split personality.
According to Dr.Sigmund Freud, world renown pioneer of psychoanalysis, the personality has three components The Id, Ego and Superego.
The Id:
Holds the primal, instinctive parts of our personality like the instinct for life; also known as Eros. The energy created by the life instincts is called libido (sexuality (horniness), desire, love and procreation) and the instinct for death; also known as Thanatos (agression, possession, fear, anger, violence).
In order to organize a civilized society, certain behaviors are suppressed and governed; that doesn't take the instincts out of you or make them any less.
If a particularly sensitive situation presents itself it can bring forth an unfiltered effect to a cause.
Prime example: A random person reaches into your plate of food while you're eating. It would not take even a second to react in defense. That would be an id response.
The Id wants to be satisfied immediately and everytime. It's the "I want it now effect." Interested in pleasure, not in reality, obstacles, logic or consequences.
It's basically a spoiled rotten, bratty little devil sitting on your shoulder. Know anyone that's like this?
Hence when you do something impulsively stupid you're called an idiot.
A newborn baby's personality is predominantly id. It will cry as soon as it's hungry or uncomfortable without going through a thought process. The id is an impulsive and unconscious part of our psyche which responds directly to our instincts with no filter. As the baby matures it will develop an ego and super ego.
The Ego:
Is the decision making component of your personality. Applying logic and reason to determine what and how to constructively satisfy the id without causing a negative outcome.
The Superego:
Is the conditioned part of your personality that incorporates the morals and values of society. Learned from parents and other influences around us during upbringing; Freud claims this is between the ages 3 and 5.

The Superego is supposed to be what keeps us out of trouble by choosing to abide and behave in a way that is acceptable to society as well as the law. It's a your " you know better" mechanism.
It is also what persuades the ego to do what's moral and strive for excellence rather than just what's considered "realistic."
The Superego has two systems. The ideal self and the conscience. The ideal self, or the ego-ideal is how you see yourself as you ought to be. That finished product you see of yourself that you strive for, your aspirations, how you carry and see yourself as a member of society and lastly, how you treat people.
The conscience is sensitive to the thoughts and actions determining the standards of your ideal self.
If the Ego doesn't regulate and let the Id get away with things that should have been checked, the conscience will cause the superego to create guilt making the person feel guilty and/or regret.
My Id is strong. Primal instincts acute. In touch with my desires and goes for it. My ego is stronger. It allows my id to have fun right to the brink of danger without the risk of doing something idoitic and having embarrassing and terrible results. Still doing what I find reasonable. I'm a calculated risks taker.
My Superego gives me the picture of my ideal self. My conscience is pretty much free of guilt. Due to my expectations of others, I'm more defensive than offensive.
I am a firm believer that if you respect yourself you can recognize how to be respected. With that, you respect others with the expectation to be respected. Unfortunately, it doesn't always turn out that way and strong personalities simply cannot tolerate shifty people and wafflers.

Excerpts of sources of information came from:

Tuesday, May 26, 2015


Floyd Mayweather is a boxer not a brawler. He boxes to collect points. It's a big let down to a blood thirsty audience because everybody's hopped up on violence. It's the by-product of the art, it's what we're use to, what we usually want and what we pay for.

Mayweather falls into the category of tactical fighters like the Oscar Dela Hoya(s), Sugar Ray Leonard(s), Roy Jones(s) and yes, the greatest of all time, Muhammad Ali (my choices) to name a few.

Going into the ring and slugging it out or trying to look for that end it all knockout punch is not in his best interest. He didn't get this far by doing that nor is he interested to please that demographic of the boxing community. He represents the boxing enthusiast that looks at it from a more strategic, artistic and business point of view than just the sport.

Boxers like Mike Tyson who's still fresh in the minds of today's boxing audience was the complete opposite. He was a flat foot brawler programmed to kill like Drago in Rocky 4 and the fans loved him for that. That is, until he made it on top, then they wanted to see him taken down (just like Mayweather today) So you're damned either way.

Boxers prior and during that great Mike Tyson era gave you a combination of entertainment, excitement, footwork and physical sacrifice. In other words, going toe to toe and mixing it up mixing it up  little. Many of them did not fare well against Mike's charging bull offense. One wrong dance move and it's lights out!

Mike Tyson had some words about the fight and Floyd upon leaving the venue. He stated that this is Mayweather's era, this is his time, he can't be stopped, he's in invincible mode right now.

Tyson's era was fueled on a vicious cycle of fear created from witnessing what his concussion and knock out causing punches can do. Mayweather's era on the other hand, consists of adapting to what boxing has evolved into, mastered it then set the standard.

Floyd is the ultimate machine body and mind (as far as boxing is concerned). He trains year round regardless if he's contracted to fight or not.

Mentally, he will not be deterred from his objectives or deflect from his techniques. Even under such supreme conditioning he refuses to absorb any punches from his opponents unless necessary. That's basic boxing 101: stick and move.

Mayweather is a point fighter. Unlike boxers remotely comparable to him in the art of boxing, he will not go toe to toe and jeopardize his chances at making history; breaking the records of Rocky Marciano (49 wins, 0 losses, 0 draws).

And the barely spoken of Ricardo “El Finito” Lopez (51wins, 0 losses, 1 draw) in order to be among the undefeated boxers of all times. Although Lopez has 51 wins, making him the record breaker from 2001 he does have that 1 draw on his stats making him arguably eliminates him for being completely undefeated.

Mayweather is now at 48 wins, 0 losses, 0 draws. He needs to win only four more fight to have his name immortalized. If you're looking to see him go in and fight like a gladiator in the Coliseum I suggest you just wait and read about it instead. Also, start getting interested in MMA.

*Some information courtesy of