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The List of Complexes

Six mindsets that a human thinks in a day

Through a process of self review, Deborah Bravandt identified specific thoughts that link to specific emotions that link to specific mindsets, ultimately creating complexes. Dr. Carl Jung defined complexes as knots on the mind that create foreign behavior.  The label of “complexes” is used to be consistent with Jung’s psychological term.

Three complexes were provided by Deborah’s Soul through a secondary source while the remaining seventeen complexes were identified by Deborah through a form of visual meditation in which she watched symbolic symbols enter her body, tracing the symbolic symbol to its destination in the body. Thoughts were pulled into parts of the brain known as the pineal gland, pituitary gland, medulla oblongata, and hypothalamus. Emotions were traced and activated in the belly region. Mindsets were traced to the area behind the heart composed of the Governing Vessel and Bladder Meridian, which is part of the Chinese Meridians. The message was clear from each meditation review of the analogical experiences. The same thoughts created the same emotion created the same mindset consistently.


Shame is a concept of having done something, either intentionally or unintentionally, as dishonorable, disreputable, and reproachful. It leads to a person feeling accused and thus angry. Anger is an inability to resolve the original intent. Perhaps someone shamed you online. Perhaps someone made your sexuality laughable. Anger is an emotional reaction of remorse for trusting that person who never believed in you originally and thus, never deserving your time, attention, and love. All anger creates violence, which is the desire to strike back at the person who told you that you were a second class citizen. Sometimes it is a strike back against the self, such as cutting, drugs, and alcohol, because you believed the lie that you are shameful.


Failure is an idea of missing the mark in the creation of a goal. If the failure occurs, such as creating a business that fails and results in bankruptcy, it leads to an emotional response of guilt. Guilt is an emotional reaction of responsibility. A person may feel guilty for using his or her savings to advertise a business, leading to continual failure of profitability. Over time, the guilt may build due to use of credit cards. It may be guilt for wasting time on a venture that simply didn’t succeed. It results in rage or wrath. It is amplified at an individual or self who originally encouraged the goal.


Rejection is powerful because one person wants and desires a person who does not want him or her. It creates a link through disrespect, which activates obsession. Obsession can mimic the “in love” sensation but it is only emptiness within the vessel of obsession. Obsession is like a sociopathic person treating the lover like an object. The lover does not understand how devalued he or she is in the eyes of the emotionally disconnected person because the lover only feels deep, abiding love that is not returned.


Superiority is a belief in being special, such as being better than another person based upon your social connections, intelligence, money, race, sexuality, or belief systems. It is a concluding thought based in circumstances. It leads to disgust. For example, a Christian may feel disgusted when a member of his or her church comes out as gay or a lesbian. Yet, disgust is disguised in something shocking. Disgust is linked to lust. To have lust is to covet another person’s body, gifts, money, knowledge, possessions, sexuality, freedom, etc. Lust is a so-called superior person’s desire to own you. If you attempt to break free from the disgust, the so-called special person will lust to control you. Lust is a prison for many non-sexual Christians wishing to control others who desire a normal, healthy sexual life.


A sadist victimizes, torments, bullies, abuses, and condemns. Sadism is outward abuse of an individual or group with the intent to create mania. A sadist loves what he or she does. It is ultimate power in abuse. It is pleasure in raising oneself over another person through torment. If you have ever been raped, it feels as if someone has taken over your mind and inserted their will. The rapist simply wants to raise his power over your power. Mania is a strange high as it doesn’t feel like a high, but rather, a bolt of energy that keeps you awake to foster an intensity of focus that feels insane. It’s overpowering of all intentions and pushes you like a slave driver. It creates a mindset of being a victim, someone who suffers from an injurious action. It is someone who has been deceived, cheated, and maligned.


Lies are necessary to create adoration, self importance, excessive gain, or fraud cover-up. Lies are necessary to build a false front in order to gain followers. The person may appear as a politician, swami, preacher, or online influencer in order to gain followers, yet this person cannot maintain his or her following by telling the truth as the person will look too common, normal, and similar to the person who needs help. Too much truth means the saint is similar to the sinner. Lying creates anxiety. Anxiety can be created in an individual who believes the lie he or she is told. Anxiety can be created in the individual who tells the lie. Anxiety is restlessness, panic, and dread. It is the opposite of order, peace, and tranquility. It results in either a conscious or unconscious mindset of Underservedness. If you didn’t earn the right to have a pay raise through truthful actions, it will feel inappropriate and wrong to receive gain.


When a betrayal happens, the disloyalty breaks down beliefs in love, honor, and respect. Betrayal destroys marriages, relationships, business structures, and friendships. It creates depression, which is hopelessness, pointlessness, and repression of joy. Whatever you wish to enjoy in life, it is repressed into the feeling of depression. It creates a feeling of being stuck, stagnant, yet even those words are not adequate. It is difficult to pull oneself out of as if the grief keeps options hidden. Some people push through depression with medication, changing relationships, changing jobs, or even moving. Sometimes you cannot push through depression as all options have been extended. It creates regret, which is sorrow for a permanent loss.


Fear is a force that causes humans to fight for their life, to compete to avoid loss, to move mountains in order to sustain breathe. Fear is really just a tool to create aggression. Aggression is an emotion that varies in different forms, such as moodiness, irritation, and tension. Aggression is a false protection against the mindset most avoided. Sadness is hopelessness, anguish, dysphoria, restlessness, and listlessness.


Punishment is an attitude of enforcing pain or a penalty for a perceived transgression. The pain or penalty is humiliation. Humiliation is a form of debasement and confinement that is publicized for the many. In this day and age, social media is the tool for publicizing humiliation as it is quick, massive, and long lasting. The end goal is a mindset of surrender or abandonment of one’s path. If you are Christian and gay, the goal is to humiliate you to renunciate your gay beliefs and surrender to the Christian cause. Christianity financially prospers on the concept of wrongness, sin, and dependency, not free will choice, happiness, or assertiveness. Churches and pastors need their parishioners to survive, thus they are parasites of humans. Humiliation is a tool that is necessary to separate you from your love and happiness. If a person exposes your secrets, it feels like a violation and leads to distress, which is deep pain, affliction, and suffering. It pushes a person away from the intense focus so that he or she can find peace and quiet in isolation. Isolation is necessary to regain equanimity, repose, and composure.


Revenge is the action of harming another person whom you feel has wronged you. It is reprisal, criticism, retribution, and vengeance outside the law because the law cannot or will not honor your need to harm this person. Revenge isn’t based in ethics. It’s based in feeling wronged by someone even if no wrong has been committed. Perhaps a wife abandoned a marriage, so the ex-husband declares his ex-wife insane or a deviant. A person that knows your hidden fears, doubts, and vulnerability can use these against you. It creates a false high known as euphoria. Euphoria fueled by revenge is a pleasure based in seeing a person suffer who caused you a perceived harm. When revenge is enacted, it feels empowering but it leads to doubt. The receiver of the revenge will feel doubt and disbelief in his or her ability to attract money, friends, and love because of the loss, while the doer of the revenge feels doubt for his or her actions, wondering if he or she may get caught for unethical actions to face consequences.


To condemn, criticize, or judge is disapproval. To judge is to shift a group’s opinion of acceptance of you into dissent. It is gossip, slander, and defamation. It creates diminishment, regression, and decrease. If a person takes two steps forward, the judge will cause the victim to step four steps back. It leads to worthlessness. Worthlessness is a depreciated value in the yes of your circle of influence. Perhaps it is your friends, co-workers, church members, or family. For example, if a Christian comes out to his fellow church members as gay, he is being authentic yet Christians will label this man a sinner with an immoral lifestyle. Sin is a lie because it is human beings that label something immoral. There is no god creating this standard. It is humans who create rules, laws, and creeds to control your beliefs of worth.


Neglect is disregard, carelessness, and avoidance. Neglect is avoidance of progression and forward movement. The neglected employee quits. The neglected spouse leaves. Why? Embarrassment. Embarrassment is an excess of attention that can be cause you to prosper or fail. Embarrassment is entanglement, indiscretion, and indebtedness. It leads to chaos. It creates a mindset of dishonor in which the perfect wife is abandoned by the dishonorable, cheating husband or the dishonorable boss retains the commission of the hardworking salesman. Dishonor is debasement, discourtesy, and reproach.


In a world that is built on comparisons, humans naturally seek to differentiate themselves from one another. This setting oneself apart is a form of separating humans by money, awards, beauty, gifts, and everything is comparison based on limitation. It creates jealousy. Jealousy is resentment against a rival who is perceived to have an advantage that creates an emotion of disadvantage in the jealous one. Jealousy leads to resentment. Resentment is cynicism, annoyance, and animosity.  Resentment is ultimately a grudge that breaks down healthy relationships.


Mortality and death are a driving force to survive. Death is a thought of finality, which all humans seek to avoid. Death of income, death of health, death of love, etc. cause humans to work for food, shelter, and comfort. The game of life leads to overwhelm as there is a constant need for more, which leads to the mindset of competition. Competition is the governing power of life, creating distinct beliefs in labels of “winners” and “losers.” All competition leads to a desire for more even though death is still a possibility. As an example, a salesman wins a big contract. He is a winner, praised, and honored by his company. He quickly feels the desire to celebrate by buying a new car for himself and his significant other. He might be overwhelmed during the fight for the new contract. He might be overwhelmed with his purchases after he won the contract. Now he is in a state of need for more to survive. The ultimate goal is to avoid mortality, being subject to death. What if I don’t make enough? What if I am not as good as people say? What if I fail to pay my car payments? It is the fight to escape death.


A person is vulnerable when he or she has been threatened, harmed, or lost something or someone of immense value. It creates distress, which is discomfort, irritation, and anguish. It leads to a mindset of need for comfort, which is a desire for a return to safety, contentment, and solace. Comfort brings relief. Much like a person who runs out of gas on a country road without cell phone connection, he or she may feel discomfort from cold, harsh weather or walking great distances to find a gas station without the comforts of modern help. When a life is threatened, comfort or normalcy is all a human desires.


Perfection is the idea that nothing in your life could ever go wrong. Perfection is the idea of excellence, precision, and completion. Even if a person achieves a level of precision linked to perfection, the bar of perfection will be raised and thus never obtainable. Unobtainable is elusive, unattainable, distant, and impassable. This leads to grief. A perfect marriage dissolves. An employee is laid off from a perfect job when technology makes the job obsolete. Beautiful people age with wrinkles and ill health. Grief is heartache, lamentation, and bereavement. It creates dependency. If you confronted a cheating spouse with anger, demanding that he stop cheating and return to his projection of perfection, he may deny the cheating. You become dependent on the lie or deception in order to avoid grief. If a loving spouse dies, the widow becomes dependent on the past projections of a perfect marriage, which avoids the prospect of a new relationship or healing the grief.


Discrimination is intolerance, injustice, and unfairness. Discrimination is isolating a person or group of people due to a perceived fault. It is cruel categorization of separation based upon parameters that cannot be changed such as ethnicity, gender, religion, or sexuality that is defined by someone else’s version of partiality, perception, and keenness. Discrimination creates unfairness and hatred, which is malice, hostility, and antagonism. The abuse feels overpowering, cruel, and unnecessary that it leads to loathing an idea, group of people, or self. The person who is singled out feels inferior, which is the idea that a human can be substandard, secondary, or lesser for something he or she cannot control, such as his or her skin color, sexuality, religion, age, gender, or disability.


Ignorance is oblivion, lack of awareness, and blindness. Ignorance is sciolism, illiteracy, or disregard for familiarity. When a person is blind to manipulation, lies, or betrayal, the fallout from an event will create shock. Shock is an emotion related to the belief that the event should not have happened, yet it did. Shock is an emotional impact much like a jolt, earthquake, or crash. It rolls over you like a wave over and over, paralyzing motion and action. Someone is refusing ownership. The girlfriend who is threatened by her ex-boyfriend that he will distribute nude pictures of her online is shocking. It creates oppression, in which the victim is stuck in the circumstances. Oppression is fascism, injustice, and dictatorship based on birth, race, sexuality, marriage status, gender, finances, and many more aspects that form an energetic limiting fence.


Obedience is the act of surrendering your will to someone else’s will. It is submission, subjection, and surrender through self denial. It is a form of masochism. It creates degradation in which the person whose will has been subjugated his or her free will choice in order to gain. The gain is greed. A person posts a sex tape online in order to create a celebrity status. It degrades the self, yet creates fame and money. A church subjugates its followers by having them believe they are sinners and must pay tithing in order to enter the kingdom of heaven. The church leadership gains by greed. Greed is excessive coveting, extreme desire, and ravenous thought and action. In order to create excess, it is necessary to step beyond ethics, kindness, and legal boundaries. It’s a person who takes out a $100 million loan knowing he will not repay the debt, hide the money, declare chapter 13, and walk away a rich man without need for restitution.


Manifestation is life. You set goals and intentions in order to take action in order to attract that which you desire. All manifestations have expectation at the core. Expectation is not unhealthy, yet it can lead to imbalance when the results are not accepted. Disappointment can feel like a blow to the head, like bad luck, misfortune, and disaster. When disappointment of the desired outcome is not released, it creates blame. Blame is an attack, denunciation, castigation, and incrimination towards the self or another person. Blames rejects the message, which is the imperfection of power, people, and events. No one manifests perfectly. Let go of blame.

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