Nudism And Exhibitionism. Is There A Difference?

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Nudism And Exhibitionism. Is There A Difference?
Nudism And Exhibitionism. Is There A Difference?

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Nudism and Exhibitionism. Is there a difference?

It turns out that the desire to bare the body may not arise in everyone, but only in 5% of people whom system-vector psychology calls the owners of the visual vector …

Nudist beaches. In almost every country and on almost every coast, they are a must. It would seem that this strange hobby - walking completely naked among other people, often of a different gender and age - is so popular? It turns out, yes.

Why is someone not ashamed to bare their body in front of others, and someone even enjoys it? An interesting look at this phenomenon is given by the System-Vector Psychology of Yuri Burlan.

The beauty…

It turns out that the desire to bare the body can arise not in everyone, but only in 5% of people whom system-vector psychology calls the owners of the visual vector. A vector is a set of innate desires and properties for their realization. It determines the sphere of our interests and inner aspirations, talents and predisposition to this or that type of activity, the system of values and perception of ourselves and the world around us. Affects our behavior and perception of various events and actions of other people. There are eight vectors in total. A person may have one or more of them.

People with a visual vector are particularly emotional. Feelings are their life. At every second, they build emotional connections with everything that surrounds them. Whether it be a person, animals or plants. It is the spectators who can talk to flowers and trees, being absolutely sure that they hear and understand them, they simply cannot answer.

Spectators perceive the world around them with their eyes just like all other people. Only they see more and more clearly, feel stronger and thinner. They can distinguish many shades and be fascinated by the play of light and shadow. They, like no one else, notice beauty and enjoy admiring it.


Spectators can stand in front of a sculpture or painting for hours, experiencing all the shades of mood that the master has conveyed through his work. They can cry, empathizing with the heroes of their favorite books and movies. Their heart can squeeze with pity at the sight of someone else's misfortune, they are able to feel this pain as their own.

Spectators cannot help but feel. However, emotions are different. It can be love, tenderness, empathy, compassion. They fill their life, coloring even the most gloomy day with bright colors. They decorate the lives of those around. Conversely, it can be fear, anxiety, melancholy, hysteria, emotional blackmail. Such feelings emasculate and empty the heart and soul. The "choice" of emotion depends on the level of development and realization of the innate properties of the visual person.

Anyone with a visual vector is born with the fear of death. This is the first human emotion that gave rise to love, empathy, and many other wonderful feelings. With the right upbringing, the child successfully goes through the period of fear of the dark, developing the skill of correct "feeling", that is, learning to endure the fear for himself from the inside out through empathy for another person. When the original fear is completely carried out, the visual vector gets the necessary development. And the visual person becomes able to experience love and compassion for family and friends and even for complete strangers.

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From fear to love, four steps

As you know, the foundation is laid at the initial stage of any construction. The same situation is with our psyche. As Yuri Burlan's System-Vector Psychology says, any person is born in an archetypal (undeveloped) state. The development of our innate properties occurs until the end of puberty (about 15-16 years). During this period, a person goes through different stages of development of the psyche. There are only four levels of development: inanimate, plant, animal and human.

At the first, inanimate level, viewers are interested in external, superficial beauty. Their interests are limited to makeup, shoes, hairdo, beautiful knick-knacks, the appearance of people and things. "They are met by their clothes" is about them. The world of glamor and gloss is the limit of their dreams. And what is inside behind clothes and external attributes? Inner world, feelings, thoughts? They are not interested in this.

At the next level, the vegetative, the spectators are able to see and feel more. They build emotional connections with the plant and animal worlds. They try not to crush the grass or pick flowers. "After all, they are also alive and in pain." They feel sorry for stray animals. Such people often fall in love, but are not able to create a strong emotional connection with the object of their feelings, because while their feelings are, in fact, directed towards themselves. Not I love you, but YOU love me. Unsuccessful experience of couples or other relationships, fear of losing a loved one, and now a person is saved from loneliness by having a cat or a dog and surrounding himself with flowers.

At the animal level, visuals are able to create bonds with people. They not only fall in love, but also love. They sympathize not only with freezing and hungry animals, but also disadvantaged people. They may not pay attention to the color of the clothes and whether they are rumpled, but they will always notice the confusion of the other person's feelings. Here, your own feelings matter much less than the feelings of another person. The main thing here is to love yourself, to make the object of love happy, and not to receive something in return.

If the properties of the visual vector are maximally developed, then such people are able to experience love not only for one person and his environment, but for all of humanity. They become volunteers, work for free in charitable organizations. It is they who, without hesitation for a minute, can give their lives for another person.

What is given to us by nature, and what do we realize ourselves?

As Yuri Burlan's System-Vector Psychology explains, any stage of development includes the lower levels. For example, the most developed visual person will sympathize with both people and animals. He will admire the beauty of the human soul, and beautiful flowers, and works of art. In this case, one will prefer the greater pleasure that is achieved among other people.

Many roads are open to spectators. They can be realized in the work of a model, designer, actor, artist, psychologist, doctor. It depends on the level of development of the vector, and on its combination with other vectors.

The more the vector is developed, the more powerful and deep implementation it requires. If a person fully realizes his potential, then he feels happy. If, due to certain circumstances, a person has chosen a field of activity and a lifestyle where his properties are not fully disclosed, then he will suffer from not the most pleasant conditions. For example, if a developed visual eye does not have sufficient contact and sensual connection with people, then beautiful things, travel and even pets will not relieve him of fear, unreasonable anxiety, nothing inexplicable hysteria or some demonstrativeness. So he will "get" those feelings that he lacks.

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Watch me love me

One of the manifestations of not very developed or unrealized spectators is demonstrativeness. In case of non-realization, the spectators attract attention to themselves as they can. It can be a shocking appearance and exalted, defiant behavior, hysterics in the form: "look at me", "love me".

Wanting to draw attention to themselves and get emotions from the people around them, they can flaunt their body. The greater the shortage, the more a person wants to “get realizations”. In this case, draw attention to yourself. If it is enough for one to visit a nudist beach in order to relieve the accumulated tension, then this may not be enough for another, he will do this in public places that are not intended for this, and can also act in porn films, frank magazines, and post his photos in the genre on the network "Nude".

Developed visual people in a state of super stress may feel the desire to bare themselves in front of others. Although they, unlike those undeveloped owners of the visual vector suffering from fears and inattention, understand that such behavior is not entirely adequate and, at least, does not correspond to the norms of behavior established in society. The popularity of nude beaches and nude photographs among the older generation, as a rule, is associated with the loss of former realization.

It turns out that exhibitionism is not a disease or a deviation, but just a way to fulfill your innate desires. And everyone realizes and fulfills their desires as best they can. Someone works as a psychologist or doctor, giving their feelings and time to those who need it. Someone exhibition with their soul, playing a role on the stage of the theater, living the life and feelings of the heroes of the play and giving sensual pleasure to the audience. Someone demonstrates themselves at parties and on social networks, collecting "likes" that replace them with love.

Is it possible to change something?

Each of us is born with given desires and mental properties. And this we cannot change, no matter how hard we try. However, we can properly develop and implement them in order to get real pleasure from life, and not to exist sadly, tired of turning the pages of gray everyday life and therefore filling them with what we have to, whether it is a visit to nudist beaches or something else that gives a short-term deceptive pleasure.

Do you want to know more about the mental properties of a person, their development and implementation, about life scenarios and what is hidden behind this or that social phenomenon? Come to the free online training on Systemic Vector Psychology by Yuri Burlan. Register here:

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