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Cum arata un manipulator

 Cu catva timp in urma cineva m-a intrebat daca sunt manipulat sau manipulant.  O intrebare de genul : Ai incetat sa-ti mai bati nevasta?  

Si totusi, manipulatorii sunt printre noi. Vreti sa-i recunoasteti?

„30 de trasaturi caracteristice ale manipulatorilor. Un individ calificat drept manipulator actioneaza intotdeauna dupa cel putin 10 caracteristici dupa cele enumerate in lista de mai jos:

  1. Ii culpabilizeaza pe ceilalti in numele relatiilor de familie, prieteniei, dragostei, constiintei profesionale tetc.;
  2. Evita sa-si asume responsabilitati sau le transmite altora;
  3. Nu-si exprima niciodata clar dorintele, sentimentele, necesitatile sau opiniile;
  4. Raspunde adesea evaziv si ambiguu;
  5. Isi schimba opiniile, comportamentul si sentimentele in functie de persoane si situatii;
  6. Invoca ratiuni logice pentru a-si ascunde obiectivele sale egocentrice;
  7. Ii face pe altii sa creada ca trebuie sa fie perfecti, consecventi, sa stie cat mai multe si sa raspunda prompt intrebarilor si solicitarilor;
  8. Se indoieste de calitatile, competenta, caracterul celorlalti: nu critica pe fata, devalorizeaza si emite judecati;
  9. Se foloseste de intermediari (prefera sa vorbeasca la telefon decat fata in fata, lasa notite scrise, etc.), pentru a-si face cunoscute mesajele;
  10. Invrajbeste si creeaza suspiciune, dezbina pentru a stapani mai usor si de multe ori poate provoca ruptura unui cuplu;
  11. Stie foarte bine sa pozeze in victima pentru a fi compatimit (isi exagereaza o boala, se plange de volumul mare de munca de la serviciu, de anturajul “dificil” in care traieste etc.);
  12. Ignora ceea ce i se cere sa faca (chiar daca pretinde ca tocmai atunci se ocupa de problema respectiva);
  13. Se foloseste de principiile adoptate de ceilalti (umanitate, caritate, rasism, “binele” si “raul”, sentimente materne, etc.) pentru a-si satisface necesitatile personale;
  14. Ameninta sub o forma deghizata sau foloseste santajul pe fata;
  15. Schimba fara menajamente subiectul in timpul unei conversatii;
  16. Evita sau se sustrage de la intalniri oficiale sau sedinte;
  17. Mizeaza pe ignoranta celorlalti pentru a se plasa pe pozitii superioare;
  18. Minte;
  19. Se foloseste de minciuna pentru a afla adevarul, deformeaza si interpreteaza denaturand intotdeauna adevarul;
  20. Este egocentric;
  21. Este gelos in toate relatiile sale;
  22. Nu suporta sa fie criticat si neaga tot ce este evident;
  23. Nu tine seama de drepturile, de dorintele sau de necesitatile celorlalti;
  24. Asteapta de multe ori ultimul moment pentru a da ordine, dispozitii, obligandu-i pe ceilalti sa le execute;
  25. Ceea ce spune pare logic si coerent, contrar atitudinilor, actiunilor sau modului sau de viata, care se desfasoara dupa o schema opusa;
  26. Flateaza, ofera daruri si facemici servicii stiind sa fie pe plac dand impresia ca-l preocupa problemele celorlalti;
  27. Actiunile sale sunt deosebit de eficace in atingerea obiectivelor personale, dar in defavoarea celorlalti;
  28. Provoaca o stare de proasta-dispozitie si un sentiment opresiv de pierdere a libertatii (victima se simte prinsa intr-o cursa din care nu stie cum sa scape);
  29. Ne sugereaza sa facem lucruri pe care altfel nu le-am fi facut niciodata din proprie initiativa;
  30. Este mereu subiect de discutie pentru ceilalti, chiar cand nu este de fata. „

Material preluat din cartea: Manipulatorii sunt printre noi, Ed. Niculescu SRL, Bucuresti, 2003

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Asadar paziti-va, ei sunt totdeauna printre noi!

Islamic Jesus- sau Common Word

Cum vad unii musulmani Comon Word dintre musulmani si crestini

‘Islamic Jesus’ hits Iranian movie screens

TEHRAN (AFP) — A director who shares the ideas of Iran’s hardline president has produced what he says is the first film giving an Islamic view of Jesus Christ, in a bid to show the „common ground” between Muslims and Christians.

Nader Talebzadeh sees his movie, „Jesus, the Spirit of God,” as an Islamic answer to Western productions like Mel Gibson’s 2004 blockbuster „The Passion of the Christ,” which he praised as admirable but quite simply „wrong”.

„Gibson’s film is a very good film. I mean that it is a well-crafted movie but the story is wrong – it was not like that,” he said, referring to two key differences: Islam sees Jesus as a prophet, not the son of God, and does not believe he was crucified.

Talebzadeh said he even went to Gibson’s mansion in Malibu, California, to show him his film. „But it was Sunday and the security at the gate received the film and the brochure and promised to deliver it,” though the Iranian never heard back.

Even in Iran, „Jesus, The Spirit of God” had a low-key reception, playing to moderate audiences in five Tehran cinemas during the holy month of Ramadan, in October.

The film, funded by state broadcasting, faded off the billboards but is far from dead, about to be recycled in a major 20 episode spin-off to be broadcast over state-run national television this year.

Talebzadeh insists it aims to bridge differences between Christianity and Islam, despite the stark divergence from Christian doctrine about Christ’s final hours on earth.

„It is fascinating for Christians to know that Islam gives such devotion to and has so much knowledge about Jesus,” Talebzadeh told AFP.

„By making this film I wanted to make a bridge between Christianity and Islam, to open the door for dialogue since there is much common ground between Islam and Christianity,” he said.

The director is also keen to emphasise the links between Jesus and one of the most important figures in Shiite Islam, the Imam Mahdi, said to have disappeared 12 centuries ago but whose „return” to earth has been a key tenet of the Ahmadinejad presidency.

Talebzadeh made his name making documentaries about Iran’s 1980-1988 war against Iraq, an important genre in the country’s post-revolutionary cinema.

But such weighty themes, and his latest film on Jesus, compete with domestic gangster thrillers and sugary boy-meets-girl love stories, the movies that continue to draw the biggest audiences in the Islamic Republic.

The bulk of „Jesus, the Spirit of God”, which won an award at the 2007 Religion Today Film Festival in Italy, faithfully follows the traditional tale of Jesus as recounted in the New Testament Gospels, a narrative reproduced in the Koran and accepted by Muslims.

But in Talebzadeh’s movie, God saves Jesus, depicted as a fair-complexioned man with long hair and a beard, from crucifixion and takes him straight to heaven.

„It is frankly said in the Koran that the person who was crucified was not Jesus” but Judas, one of the 12 Apostles and the one the Bible holds betrayed Jesus to the Romans, he said. In his film, it is Judas who is crucified.

Islam sees Jesus as one of five great prophets – others being Noah, Moses and Abraham – sent to earth to announce the coming of Mohammed, the final prophet who spread the religion of Islam. It respects Jesus’ followers as „people of the book”.

Iran has tens of thousands of its own Christians who are guaranteed religious freedoms under the constitution – mainly Armenians, though their numbers have fallen sharply since the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

Every Christmas, Ahmadinejad and other officials lose no time in sending greetings to Christian leaders including the pope on what they describe as the „auspicious birthday of Jesus Christ, Peace Be Upon Him (PBUH).”

In this year’s message, Ahmadinejad said that „peace, friendship and justice will be attained wherever the guidelines of Jesus Christ (PBUH) are realised in the world.”

Shiite Muslims, the majority in Iran, believe Jesus will accompany the Imam Mahdi when he reappears in a future apocalypse to save the world.

And Talebzadeh said the TV version of his film will further explore the links between Jesus and the Mahdi – whose return Ahmadinejad has said his government, which came to power in 2005, is working to hasten.

Shiites believe the Mahdi’s reappearance will usher in a new era of peace and harmony.

„We Muslims pray for the ‘Return’ (of Imam Mahdi) and Jesus is part of the return and the end of time,” Talebzadeh said.

„Should we, as artists, stand idle until that time? Don’t we have to make an effort?”

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