Klayer Sslayer’s how to Tinder!

…assumption is the mother of all fuck ups…

Orville, in aviation A~” in Flight operations, Volume 66, page 44. 1977


I publish this because I believe no knowledge should be conserved and no experience go unshared for the betterment of mankind. Its just a shame so  many people are so cruel and judgmental we shouldn’t have to fear our own journey.

HOW TO TINDER!

First and foremost protect self, if something feels wrong just turn it off, swipe left move on, don’t give any personal information away until your sure which is impossible to tell just online, and at the very least tell someone you trust when your going to meet up.

Firstly expressing who you are is about interests and what is on offer. If you utilise the 500 characters to pass judgments or critique others it may waste an opportunity to express who self is and why we’re here and it could attract other self’s who would like to engage in shallow ego boosting conversation based around shallow misjudgements and opinions of others to manipulate and intimidate to get what they desire and leave me to be discarded and disregarded and neglected.

Judgments when playing the swiping game based on how the picture makes one feel and the choice of self expressed, similarity of interests and whats on offer is more serving to self than how we assume we rank. I have found that this gives a higher rate of legitimate successful matches with Tinders you could be real friends with. If someone makes me feel good, like we already connect, this bit is totally intuitive it’s hard to explain why we.. You know get comfy for some and not others… So that’s all about me I reckon, so i’m winging it, feeling it, sometimes mistaking it…getting better at acing it!
If someone tickles my fancy and inspires a curiosity and I’m delving further into ones profile to investigate and potentially scrutinise who this person is and what they have on offer. note to self: honesty with self and others is key for successfully attracting compatible matches. I have witnessed respect attract respectfulness and disrespect attract disrespectfulness. If I pose for what I assume others may or may not desire of me, it could be considered a wasted opportunity for meeting someone who appreciates me for me and whom I can organically appreciate. I can always swipe left if they don’t suit my needs, attractions or desires they don’t need to be made to feel inferior or served an injustice or harsh judgment.

If I want to make my judgements and self expressions based on a dishonesty or try-hard aesthetic alone I may find my self being judged and appreciated for my dishonest interests or fake aesthetic alone, and with people I don’t enjoy being around and whom don’t enjoy being round me or love to encourage me to reach my potentiality. Which can be detrimental to life enjoy-ability.

I only ever have to do or say what I am comfortable with. If I am honest with my self and in my self expression, treat my self and else with respect even those who don’t tick my boxes or make me feel foxy, I should have nothing to fear but what to do once I find one compatibility and no hurt to be felt because what I like is about me and what others like is about them so say lovee! Take everything with a grain of salt and try not to let others beliefs and decisions effect my opinion of their value or my own.

I have found these tips in Life and Tinder to be useful in getting the most of interactions with others be that sexual, romantic, friendly or professional, the rest comes down to context, level of acceptance and judgment to tell the unfortunately phoney from the genuine… protect yourself but can’t blame them their only lying to themselves 😦

No hard feelings in using my heart mind and the unexplainable in persuing my honest needs, assets curiosity’s and desires, I have to reject someone and someone has to reject me we can’t all be together hehehe I see rejection as a failure to sync due to incompatibility. like some hardware restricts my computer from running at its highest potential which also puts strain on the hardware and they need to be separated for a more mutually beneficial relationship or compatible symbiosis.

If I feel good about who I am in the world the world is a better place. If you feel good about who you are in the world, the world is an even better place. If everyone feels good about who they are in the world and is striving to reach their potential imagine how much better a place the world would be so long as intended for harmony and progress. And you wouldn’t have to pass judgement or try to control and force a type of person just simply strive and encourage confidence and positive self image and your making the world a better place simply with an attitude that shifts actions. Even people who you don’t agree will contribute and if everyone’s contributions to the world were better then everything would reach epic heights of Awesome!!! At the very least the world will be a better place for all of us in all our pockets of different awesome contributions and ways of life, literally can’t go wrong! ha…ha…haaaaa…

What have you found?

Xxx

Klayer Sslayer

We’re all feeling it!

The biggest social problem i believe we face is not that depression and pain seem to be an epidemic but that we are so insecure we think it makes us different and weak and find it all so confusing… This is hideously misguided considering almost everyone experiences depression in their lives, and everyone feels pain, it is not an element that separates us but one that unites us!!! We should be standing together and saying I feel like shit somebody hug me. Not I feel like shit I better hide or I might dampen the mood or not seem cool like those happy uplifting people…..

I cry a lot, and i laugh a lot, life throws ups and downs, it’s a rolls coaster and the social constraints put on children as a “way to behave” are crippling and outdated. We need to implement healthy mind studies into primary education.

When we were a society almost entirely guided by the church, this was… Somewhat… Happening. . Since we live in such a diverse society now not ruled by any one religion we need to fill the void. We need to inform children of the simple tools and techniques available to aid our understanding of our own psychology and emotional health so we don’t grow up in fear of feeling or in fear of our confusion about feeling. You do not need to control someone’s behaviour or morals to do this just inform them of what we as a species understand about ourselves, why do we learn sport and physical exercise techniques but not mental health exercises…. It would be so easy to transform an entire generation by providing the access in the early years, erasing the stigma attached to emotion and mental health and provide an open arms, open heart, open mind society.

Urgh men sure did get the industrial revolution cranking but what about the development of people!!! What about a psychological revolution that inspires growth and understanding of who we are and what we are likely to experience. You don’t need to do a phd to understand basic psychology you mostly just need reassurance that it’s ok to feel because what ever your feeling there is a reason it just needs acknowledgment and then a decision on how you want to let that feeling influence your decision making…. It’s only when these steps aren’t taken that a mentally healthy person can quickly become mentally unhealthy and even breakdown completely. Urgh!!!!

So frustrated with the priorities of society – capitalism is important I get that but it can’t take the lead ahead of health – health then economy then lifestyle

C’mon!!!!

Image: http://www.jillgreenberg.com/

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SPANDA – Verge Festival – Sydney University

Verge Festival 

Sydney University

Eastern Avenue, Camperdown

8-17 October

Everyday 11am – 3pm

Tues, Wed, Thurs – late close 9pm

 

SPANDA is #1 on the sculpture walk at this years Verge Festival brought to you by the dedicated students and graduates of the University of Sydney Union.

 

SPANDA is a Claire Munro Art and Design initiative. It is an interactive multi sensory installation by Sydney College of the Arts students Dorit Goldman (MFA), Melissa Maree (BVA) and Claire Munro (BVA). SPANDA is from Sanskrit referring to the self expressive pulse of all individual things and all things united as one. Translated as movement, vibration and an exploration into our collective consciousness. SPANDA includes work by Dorit Goldman with her plaster “accidents” a result of her study of the body. Melissa Maree explores visual vibration through geometry and pattern with her delicate cutouts. Accompanied with warped glass blown vessels, photonics fibre structures and video projection that explore human Phsycology by Claire Munro. Overall it is an experience and one is urged to sit in the work be still and enjoy the works many intricate and ever changing moments as well as identifying the works impact on you as an individual and as (like everything else) a vital part of our entire cosmos as a whole. It’s mesmerising visuals and playful string installation combined with the sculptures create a space for calm contemplation a chance to escape the stresses of the day and ponder.

 

I hope you enjoy these images.

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