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Humans Are PCs

Aaron M Carlisle

Both a PC and a human being are comprised of numerous parts that work in sync with the intention of ensuring either can power up and get things done. Each runs on electricity and actively seeks to connect with a higher force that is all-knowing and invisible to the naked eye, and no two computers (humans) are the same (performance/appearance).


Now granted there are obvious distinctions between fleshy sacks of connective tissues and hardened electronic parts that most people wouldn't be able to identify if they happened to accidentally open their tower's side panel, although one must always look beyond surface details in order to fully comprehend and appreciate the capacity for parts to function so the whole can operate proficiently.
However, there are times in which the forces of entropy constrict an individual's ability to thrive in the world at large. PCs can catch viruses, break down from general wear and tear, or even fall short miserably of achieving anything worthwhile because the foundational programming that resides within the operating system (subconscious) is corrupted. Now how does this occur? It happens whenever an individual exposes their mind, body, or spirit to any sort of dysfunction because it is safe to say that anything dysfunctional will rarely if ever produce stability and order.

Take for instance the example of being raised by a narcissistic parent who actively works to subjugate the identities of their children instead of allowing them to naturally grow and develop. I.e. violating the boundaries of individuals who form entirely separate experiences from the parent. So what will this lead to? Well that all depends on what the message is conveying, as well as how the information is integrated. My own narcissistic mother once told me that life would have been easier for her if she never met my father.
Ouch. Well how did my mind noodle interpret that message? "Life would be so much better for mommy if I wasn't around because I never would have been birthed if she never met my father." Uggh - she always knew how to make her kids feel welcomed and accepted. Just kidding, but in any case this is the type of garbage I put up with for years because I didn't know that it's wrong for a parent to treat their offspring like trash.

In fact, her maltreatment towards me led to the manifestation of my inability (struggle) to easily connect with my community. I.e. my PC wasn't able to perform adequately since my programming was all botched. This in turn supported my tendency to detach, dissociate, and ultimately isolate myself because the world appeared too cold.

But this is no longer the case because I've taken steps to wipe my hard drive (subconscious) of faulty programming. Couple this with the fact that I've also completely severed ties with the abuse I was subjected to (i.e. going no contact), and it's reasonable to say that these actions have allowed me to transform my experience in life. In other words, the world appears much brighter than it had.

Hey reader! My name is Aaron Carlisle and I've been steadily working to overcome 23 years of narcissistic abuse and trauma, although my work has allowed me to bring these words to you this day. So head on over to my blog and check out my new book entitled "Practical Healing: A Guide to Restore Your Life," which details the techniques and methods I've used to ascend to my own version of Valhalla. Many blessings!

Hi! I research topics such as self-development achievement and mental health. I have a passion to use my life experiences and research to help others reach their full potential.