Anti-Social Personality Disorder
Anti-Social Personality Disorder (APD) is a mental-emotional disorder resulting
in an adult's actions which reveal a a pattern of disregard for, and violation
of, the rights of others
is the equivalent child's disorder).
Anti-Social Personality Disorder is a disease of the unevolved soul. Most
sufferers are in the early stages of their cycle of karma and reincarnation.
They are learning the lessons of life the hard way: by going through life
consistently making unloving choices and quickly reaping the resulting "bad"
All the behaviors associated with Anti-Social
Personality Disorder can be reduced down to one cause: overwhelming selfishness.
What living is society is supposed to teach us is how to balance our needs,
wants, and desires against those of others. When individuals cannot achieve
this balance, they are bound to violate laws which exist to enforce the
boundaries between them.
Selfishness = Laziness:
From a karmic perspective, the central problem
of human existence is laziness. The driving force behind laziness is selfishness.
For stealing, lying, and cheating are the easier-lazier choice for the ADP
sufferer than working for a living, doing an honest job, and earning money.
For living only in the moment and doing only what they want the easier-lazier
choice for the ADP sufferer than planning ahead, caring for the safety of others,
and managing their emotions, especially their temper-anger-rage when crossed.
Selfishness = No Remorse:
For the ADP sufferer, everything is always
all about them. Since they are always the only person that ever matters, they
do exactly what they want, whenever they want, regardless of what the
consequences are to themselves or others. This is why they are never sorry
for what has happened because they were always at cause all for the events
in their life. They are only sorry that things did not go their way and/or
if they got caught.
Selfishness = Compulsive Lying:
The ADP sufferer is constantly
reinventing the past. For they can never be wrong, they can never be at
fault, and they should never suffer for the consequences of their actions.
This means that they MUST lie because lying is the only way that they can
be right, they can be blameless, and, most importantly, they can be innocent
of whatever others know them to be guilty of saying or doing. All it takes
is their constant reinvention of past history.
Anti-Social Personality Disorder is characterized by the following behaviors:
- Failure to conform to lawful behaviors as indicated by the sufferer
repeatedly performing illegal acts.
- Deceitfulness, as indicated by repeated lies, use of aliases, or use of
"confidence man" tactics.
- Aggressiveness, as indicated by repeated physical fights, assaults, verbal
abuse, yelling, etc.
- Manipulativeness, as indicated by "doing whatever it takes to get whatever
the person wants" from life.
- Impulsivity, as indicated by failure to plan ahead, to hold down a job,
or to honor financial obligations.
- Irresponsibility, as indicated by reckless disregard for safety or well
being of others (even loved ones).
- No remorse, as indicated by being indifferent to having hurt, mistreated,
or stolen from others.
- Extreme entitlement, as indicated by insisting on getting each and every
one of their rights and privileges.
- Violating boundaries of others whether these are property, physical, sexual,
emotional, and legal rights.
Like most behavioral disorders which result in illegal behaviors, Anti-Social
Personality Disorder, if left untreated, will only get worse over time. Most
sufferers end up being jailed long term.
When the life lesson associated with Anti-Social Personality Disorder has
been fully learned and "absorbed" into the person's body-mind-emotions, the
"disempowering" behavior will fall away. Usually this takes several
lives before the individual becomes more responsible for the effects
of the causes they have set in motion. Past life healing can help if
they is close to the end of their cycle of APD.
is included in the descriptions of Anti-Social Personality Disorder.