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Jump back to early 2016 when, in protest to the Universe, I was well into purging and purifying myself from a demon or two still left running around in my head, while still paranoid about any unfinished business with a powerful hidden community in the years before. I was eating far less than usual, while also perplexing over a newly thought-up Mindless ideal to get me out of a mess. Bad lifestyle choices really took a toll on every aspect of my life. From the outside looking in, you could see that I was totally consumed by something, if not agitated at the best of times.

Fast forward to the current year (2023), and with the help of important data collected over the last two decades finally painting a clear picture, I’m able to share these findings with others who might also benefit in a similar way. Basically, in my response to a bizarre life challenge that threw me lightyears out of whack, I had no choice but to jump the ‘fence of conventions’ in a last-ditch effort to get my sanity back. I travelled into unchartered deep deep psychological territory to learn a new way of living my life.

Stuck in a bad backward situation that was extremely difficult to end, I got my act together over a long term campaign of mostly unusual activity that I had to keep to myself. Otherwise, if I hadn’t taken this odd route laid out, I would still be a pill-popper trying to turn my life around through the usual mainstream methods.

My god ultimately said…

“Lee, if you want to tidy up your smaller picture, you must shed light on the bigger picture, i.e., your different type of mindset. Don’t bother with anything else anymore because there is absolutely no other way.”

So, off I went to strengthen my relationships with as many people as possible by inspecting a crucial aspect known as The Human Complex.

I followed an instinct to connect the dots in my complicated mindly network, and this entire database is the result of many mental breakdowns, along with both the ‘new good’ backward movements and ‘old bad’ backward movements that ultimately led to simplifying my life down. Thank God for that.