Saturday, 06 January 2018 05:44

What we see in Trump is in us

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Ozodi Thomas Osuji

Donald Trump is clearly a child in an adult's body; he is emotionally no more than ten years old in a seventy one year old's body. He is a child seeking attention and admiration from other people and working very hard to get that admiration from people; being the president of the United States is a way of getting attention from the entire world.

The man's personality is clearly narcissistic in that he seeks other people's admiration, use people to get what he wants and then discards them when they are no longer useful to him.

He has paranoid personality in that he fears that other people are out to poison him hence he does not trust the food prepared for him by his White House cooks but prefer to go to McDonald's to eat cheese burger and fries because he feels that that food is safe since it was not cooked for him.  This means that the man has paranoid sense of persecution and grandiosity (he feels very important and superior to other people; that is grandiosity; in truth he is the same and coequal with all people).

What we see in the man-child (some call him man-baby) called Donald Trump is in us. In most of us, we deny that it is in us and project it out to him (and to other persons) and see it clearly in him.

Perception is projection in the sense that the people and things we see as out there are really inside our minds, are our thoughts projected out and seen as if they are out there in the collective dream called our day world.

The purpose of him showing us his childishness, narcissism and paranoia is for us to know that those mental disorders are in us and urging us to change them in us.

One must work on one's own childish attention seeking behavior and paranoia. One must remove them in one and thereafter showing him (other people) how to remove them in him (them) but until one has removed them from one, one cannot enable him (other people) to remove them from him (them).

The problem is that since we denied that those mental disorders are in us but see them in Trump, other people, we would concentrate on trying to cure him, which we cannot do, and instead of trying to cure ourselves by removing them from our selves.

Donald Trump is crying out for our attention; this means that we are crying out for attention from each other; we are seeking joining to each other for now we are separated from each other but we are seeking joining in a childish, nonproductive manner.

If one overlooks Trump's childish attention seeking behavior, that is, forgives him, one sees another self in him, the him in light form (Christ vision).

In seeing the other him in light form (have Christ vision) one simultaneously sees one's self in light form.

That is, in overlooking, forgiving his clearly warped ego and body one forgives one's own warped ego and body to see his and one's light form, have Christ vision.

In seeing the Christ in Trump and the Christ in one's self one's mind is healed; one's perception is corrected in that one now see the sons of God in purified forms.

From there one sees a world of light forms (gate of heaven); one can let go of desiring to see human beings in forms, dense or light forms, and experience Holy Instant, oneness with the forgiven world and God.

This is experience in pure consciousness, in light that does not have form; in it there is a wave of spiritual light, God, in which each of us is a particle of that light; wave and particle are one light. In that enlightenment, illumination experience one experiences total peace and joy, bliss and sense that life is eternal.

That is to say that Donald Trump can enable us become enlightened to our real selves as the sons of God hence one with God; he is there to heal us and when we are healed we can help him heal his own mental disorders.


Donald Trump is supposed to be a billionaire and is also the president of the world's most powerful country, the USA. In effect, he is the most powerful white man on planet earth.

Now we see him to be a ten year old child seeking attention from people, to be narcissistic and paranoid. This means that the most powerful white man on planet earth is a child and is personality disordered.

What this situation translates to is that most people around the world, particularly black folks would no longer see him and white folks as adults and mentally healthy and as better than them.  That is, Donald Trump has demystified the supposed exalted white man for the rest of the world.

In this sense he has served a needed function for those who tended to see white folks as superior to them.  This is how the universe works.

During the Second World War, Germany, France and Britain, the world's three most powerful countries destroyed themselves so that in the aftermath of the war the USSR and USA emerged as the world's superpowers.

The destruction of the European powers led to their weaknesses hence they could not return to their colonies in Africa and Asia and go reestablish their power over their colonies. The result is that the colonies became freed from the Europeans.

The dreadful second world was thus beneficial for third world folks. Out of bad good comes. Out of Donald Trump's mental and emotional maladies nonwhite people reassess their perception of white folks and now see them as human beings and no more than that.

The universe is thus rearranging perception of the peoples of the world. The Chinese probably would emerge as the world's next supermen and after them Africans.

Non-white folks ought to be grateful to Trump for enabling them to change their perception of the white man, from god to mere human animal.

Ozodi Thomas Osuji

January 5, 2018


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Ozodi Osuji Ph.D

Ozodi Thomas Osuji is from Imo State, Nigeria. He obtained his PhD from UCLA. He taught at a couple of Universities and decided to go back to school and study psychology. Thereafter, he worked in the mental health field and was the Executive Director of two mental health agencies. He subsequently left the mental health environment with the goal of being less influenced by others perspectives, so as to be able to think for himself and synthesize Western, Asian and African perspectives on phenomena. Dr Osuji’s goal is to provide us with a unique perspective, one that is not strictly Western or African but a synthesis of both. Dr Osuji teaches, writes and consults on leadership, management, politics, psychology and religions. Dr Osuji is married and has three children; he lives at Anchorage, Alaska, USA.

He can be reached at: (907) 310-8176