Cause for abnormal behavior among TPM Clergy

I was doing some research on the topic of TPM Clergy’s oppressional tendencies. That is when I knew this is what was the cause of many world problems of Oppressions.  If there is one single psychological term that can be associated with TPM Clergy, it has to be Narcissism. Narcissism is a personality disorder induced by various factors.

The below text is not made by me. They are sourced from reputed sources regarding Psychological Disorders.  On a spiritual level, I consider Narcissism as a kind of demon possession which is given a nice scientific name.  If you are a TPM Believer, the below sections of the secular media will ring a loud bell for you as you can relate each point to your local clergy.

Let us start with some world famous quotes.


“Half the harm that is done in this world is due to people who want to feel important. They don’t mean to do harm, but the harm [that they cause] does not interest them. Or they do not see it, or they justify it because they are absorbed in the endless struggle to think well of themselves.”T. S. Eliot

“I don’t care what you think unless it is about me.”Kurt Cobain

“Narcissists are great con-artists. After all, they succeed in deluding themselves! As a result, very few professionals see through them.”anonymous.

“It is not love that should be depicted as blind, but self-love.”Voltaire

“Self-love for ever creeps out, like a snake, to sting anything which happens . . . to stumble upon it.”George Gordon Noel Byron

Narcissism and self-deception are survival mechanisms without which many of us might just jump off a bridge.” ~ Todd Solondz


Symptoms of Narcissism

Signs and symptoms of narcissistic personality disorder and the severity of symptoms vary. People with the disorder can:

  • Have an exaggerated sense of self-importance
  • Have a sense of entitlement and require constant, excessive admiration
  • Expect to be recognized as superior even without achievements that warrant it
  • Exaggerate achievements and talents
  • Be preoccupied with fantasies about success, power, brilliance, beauty or the perfect mate
  • Believe they are superior and can only associate with equally special people
  • Monopolize conversations and belittle or look down on people they perceive as inferior
  • Expect special favors and unquestioning compliance with their expectations
  • Take advantage of others to get what they want
  • Have an inability or unwillingness to recognize the needs and feelings of others
  • Be envious of others and believe others envy them
  • Behave in an arrogant or haughty manner, coming across as conceited, boastful and pretentious
  • Insist on having the best of everything — for instance, the best car or office

At the same time, people with narcissistic personality disorder have trouble handling anything they perceive as criticism, and they can:

  • Become impatient or angry when they don’t receive special treatment
  • Have significant interpersonal problems and easily feel slighted
  • React with rage or contempt and try to belittle the other person to make themselves appear superior
  • Have difficulty regulating emotions and behavior
  • Experience major problems dealing with stress and adapting to change
  • Feel depressed and moody because they fall short of perfection
  • Have secret feelings of insecurity, shame, vulnerability, and humiliation

“In real life, the most dangerous villains rarely advertise their malevolence” states Dr. Malkin. This could be why narcissists are commonly known as wolves in sheep’s clothing.

Here are the five early warning signs according to Dr. Malkin:

1) Projected Feelings of Insecurity:

Cause for abnormal behavior among TPM Clergy
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I don’t mean that narcissists see insecurity everywhere. I’m talking about a different kind of projection altogether, akin to playing hot potato with a sense of smallness and deficiency. Narcissists say and do things, subtle or obvious, that make you feel less smart, less accomplished, less competent. It’s as if they’re saying, “I don’t want to feel this insecure and small; here, you take the feelings.” Picture the boss who questions your methods after their own decision derails an important project, the date who frequently claims not to understand what you’ve said, even when you’ve been perfectly clear, or the friend who always damns you with faint praise (“Pretty good job this time!”). Remember the saying: “Don’t knock your neighbor’s porch light out to make yours shine brighter.” Well, the narcissist loves to knock out your lights to seem brighter by comparison.

2) Emotion-phobia:

Feelings are a natural consequence of being human, and we tend to have lots of them in the course of normal interactions. But the very fact of having a feeling in the presence of another person suggests you can be touched emotionally by friends, family, partners, and even the occasional tragedy or failure. Narcissists abhor feeling influenced in any significant way. It challenges their sense of perfect autonomy; to admit to a feeling of any kind suggests they can be affected by someone or something outside of them. So they often change the subject when feelings come up, especially their own, and as quick as they might be to anger, it’s often like pulling teeth to get them to admit that they’ve reached the boiling point — even when they’re in the midst of the most terrifying tirade.

3) A Fragmented Family Story:

Narcissism seems to be born of neglect and abuse, both of which are notorious for creating an insecure attachment style (for more on attachment, see here and here). But the very fact that narcissists, for all their posturing, are deeply insecure, also gives us an easy way to spot them. Insecurely attached people can’t talk coherently about their family and childhood; their early memories are confused, contradictory, and riddled with gaps. Narcissists often give themselves away precisely because their childhood story makes no sense, and the most common myth they carry around is the perfect family story. If your date sings their praises for their exalted family but the reasons for their panegyric seem vague or discursive, look out. The devil is in the details, as they say — and very likely, that’s why you’re not hearing them.

4) Idol Worship:

Cause for abnormal behavior among TPM ClergyAnother common narcissistic tendency you might be less familiar with is the habit of putting people on pedestals. The logic goes a bit like this: “If I find someone perfect to be close to, maybe some of their perfection will rub off on me, and I’ll become perfect by association.” The fact that no one can be perfect is usually lost on the idol-worshipping narcissist — at least until they discover, as they inevitably do, that their idol has clay feet. And stand back once that happens. Few experiences can prepare you for the vitriol of a suddenly disappointed narcissist. Look out for any pressure to conform to an image of perfection, no matter how lovely or magical the compulsive flattery might feel.

5) A High Need for Control:

For the same reason narcissists often loathe the subject of feelings, they can’t stand to be at the mercy of other people’s preferences; it reminds them that they aren’t invulnerable or completely independent — that, in fact, they might have to ask for what they want — and even worse, people may not feel like meeting the request. Rather than express needs or preferences themselves, they often arrange events (and maneuver people) to orchestrate the outcomes they desire. In the extreme form, this can manifest as abusive, controlling behaviors. (Think of the man who berates his wife when dinner isn’t ready as soon as he comes home. He lashes out precisely because, at that very moment, he’s forced to acknowledge that he depends on his wife, something he’d rather avoid.) But as with most of these red flags, the efforts at control are often far subtler than outright abuse. Be on the lookout for anyone who leaves you feeling nervous about approaching certain topics or sharing your own preferences. Narcissists have a way of making choices feel off-limits without expressing any anger at all — a disapproving wince, a last-minute call to preempt the plans, chronic lateness whenever you’re in charge of arranging a night together. It’s more like a war of attrition on your will than an outright assault on your freedom.


Source : Mayo Clinic , Psychology Today

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24 Comments on “Cause for abnormal behavior among TPM Clergy”

  1. Ohhhh . ..what a surprise …?!

    i don’t think its a co-incidence that you ‘ve used the word narcissist … !! believe me this is first thing came to my mind when i found the real color of tpm and the pastor .

    i always mentioned it to my wife “narcissistic” or the pastor is a narcissist . .!never used any other term , so all around the world they re programmed to act like a narcissist right . ?

    so again i m right . spot on ..

  2. For me it is nothing but 1Jn 2:16. Pride of Life. …This word the Lord detests so much that he mentioned it 49 times in the KJV. 9 out of 10 of our appachans are in its death grip. The young recruits are oriented into it. In fact in this last Dubai Convention, one Bro. Rajan who is currently posted at Muscat testified on last day that his main motivation for joining the ministry was that as a young turk he admired the stiff starched white apparelled so called Saints and wanted to be in their foot steps. Preaching gospel to sinners and ministering in between under privileged was never the intention. or So here we go…. this wearing only starched white is a outcome of first two signs.

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  3. Science can be related only when it is a fact or 100% accurate or true. Many scientific theories are based on certain conditions (won’t work or can be replicated all the time anywhere) and proven with limited or no experiments. These theories continually change from time to time based on new or latest findings. Medical science related to diagnosing a condition is also changing constantly. Any comparison or relating these earthly men’s wisdom or definitions with God’s creation would make more sense to non-christians or unbelievers.

    False clergies come and go without fulfilling God’s plan. Clergies don’t become saints overnight. In the parable in Luke 10:25-37, there is a reason Jesus used “priest” and “Levite” for the people who showed no compassion or care for a dying or wounded man.

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    1. //Many scientific theories are based on certain conditions//
      Rest assured that the most fertile conditions for such a behavioral anomaly is in TPM.
      TPM’s Doctrines are totally Narcissist in nature. So even if a normal person joins TPM, he gets converted to the end-result according to this Narcissist doctrine.

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        1. If the cause for the abnormal behaviour is the doctrine and the environment, you will have to expose it. Moreover, the person himself is in a position to know it and correct it. This is not a case like some downs syndrome or dementia for which the particular individual is not the responsible one.

          It’s really an issue if the person with such an anomaly starts claiming for himself an exalted position and act as if he is at a higher spiritual state than others.

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        2. Brother Anonymous,

          Is forbidding marriage a normal behaviour?
          Is banning a child of God from the Lord’s table a normal behaviour?
          Is the usage of OT terminology to run a commercial venture a normal behaviour?

          I, for one, went to the ministry- because my folks had been brainwashed by TPM that if I, as the first born did NOT become a ‘worker’, they would wash off their hands and ensure that I become ineligible for a TPM marriage. I am also at fault, because I thought this was a sign of my calling.

          In a very limited sense, I agree with XBW when he says that religion is a blind.
          That is why I agree much more with the admin when he says that institutionalized Christianity, including TPM is the whore of Revelations 17.

          I know for sure the terrible stress many workers go through, some become mentally deranged and are asked to leave, some are kept in a corner and lead wasted lives.
          Some adjust to the devious ways and grow in wickedness.
          Most are plain helpless- they have zero idea of the bondage they are in.
          I had a verbal altercation and left ASAP because I knew without proof that this is nothing but a mind-mining cult.
          I regretted leaving the mission immediately, but that regret lasted for less than a day… it was mostly because I had no exposure to a non TPM environment and could not come to terms with my new future.
          Cognitive dissonance in the spiritual realm is so dangerous that it makes one doubt the promises and the presence of God and atheism is the forte of such gullible fellows.
          I am still afloat, alive because of who my Lord is and not because of what I was or did.

          Anonymous, please sign up for the ministry and stay there for a month… you will know the difference.

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        3. Anonymous-There are many people with abnormal issues and behaviours.Luckily for the world they are on therapy. But when fake Prophets,Pastors with abnormal issues and behaviours start to behave like they have therapy for all problems in the world…thats when we have a problem.Because instead of asking for help from the psychiatrist they go about promising help to innocent people looking for God.The problem of people in tpm unlike others is that they were genuinely looking for God (probably) and they think that they have found God and people of God.Theyve become tired of looking for God and have taken refuge in these men/women in white when they should be hungry for truth.I feel sorry because these people are even confused about their gender and call themselves eunuchs.Now tell me who’s abnormal?The fact of the matter is there are prey and predators.Theres criminals and victims.Theres a host and parasites.The same is applicable in tpm.Theres believers then theres brother,elders,pastors,mothers and sisters.The entire group is well devised machinery of evil.Calling in fact playing mind games to force people to come to all their meetings is the main plot.Its sole aim is to keep people busy in their trap by brainwashing them with false doctrines day after day,week after week.They dont call it worship.They call it meetings.The centre point of every meeting of theirs is nothing but preaching.Thats the main intention they organise this.People want to “hear” the word of God but are lazy to read the word of God.These guys feed on peoples problems showing the a mirage of Zion and Jerusalem where everything is perfect.But the fact remains that though God has made these places for Christians the tpmites are looking forward to a mirage that doesnt exist for tpmites.Many people think that staying in tpm silently and praying and minding their own business would lead them to heaven.Wrong if there’s any holiness among people they will not stay there or the very least they will do something about it.Just like the Dove from Noah ark couldn’t settle down and stay with the dead bodues of the flood.

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  4. All human beings have abnormalities and behavioural issues and there is nothing wrong with it however when you are in a responsible position and if your behaviour enslaves people in the name of God, then it becomes a problem and such people should be exposed.

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      1. Either a public version or a secret testimony would be great , what ya think lads .??

        anyway praise God for the deliverance from the tpm cult .

    1. Thank you brother, I will have to change my alias and send it (my testimony) as some of my family members are aware of my pseudo name.
      My fear is that quite a few Bangalore folks might be able to put a name to the face… which is what I am trying to avoid.

      1. What’s wrong in showing your face brother? I know the stigma that follows once you leave, at least from a believer’s perspective. I’ve been through it. But I would really like to see an ex-worker come out openly and expose the sham this tpm is.
        I don’t intend to persuade you to declare your identity. It’s your wish. But I would also like to know the story about your bondage and subsequent deliverance from this cult. 🙂
        May God bless you and give you the courage to do so.

      2. Be bold brother.There are people behind you. And any more tactics will backfire on their face and more people will be aware of their cheap tricks.

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    2. Awaiting Bro Denzel Joy’s testimony for quite a long time…

      May saving might of the Lord Almighty be revealed…

      May The Lord God alone be Glorified…

      Let God be true , every men be a Liar!!!!

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  5. Did these frauds get Lords table as their dowry?Or did they bring it from their household when they came for leading the innocent believers.That they wont give it to people if they get married to people from churches like IPC,CG,AG,Marthoma etc.Jesus gave his body and blood to Judas too.Then who are these jobless lazy obese fake prophets to deny us that.They beg for pre tax tithe during sermons.Then they come to houses for begging more.Then they buy more property and beg more.With the money they got from begging they eat four course dinners and ask people to fast.Wear suits and colourful gay ties whenever and wherever they can and ask people to wear white.Use all latest gadgets to access to internet and the ask people to not listen to radio,buy newspapers etc.They ask people to not take a loan for anything and then they take money from us for building houses and buying land.They ask us to not live comfortable lives. When their rooms are furnished with expensive wood,marbles,tiles,cabinets filled with their personal stuff and what not.They ask us to not marry and go for tpm clergyship when they go whoring given a chance.They ask us to lead a life of seperation from the world when they bring immoralities into the fake home.I know countless people going to dentist and opticians but then ask us not to go to the hospital.They ask us not to take medicines when they have a tpm pharmacy and they advise people about ayurveda and naturopathy and homeopathy.Bloody frauds.

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  6. I honestly feel for Bro anonymous. He knows that he is standing on thin air but is trying his best to defend his faith in this cult.

    Each article is shaving his beloved TPM layer by layer and it stands stark naked for the world to see but the faithful like him are so blinded that they still think TPM is the bride and everything on this site is someone’s vindictive attempt to vilify God’s chosen people.

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  7. People like Mr.Anonymous can come to fromtpm and unlike the posts but the testimonies are still gonna come the unheard and silenced voices of truth are gonna get louder.People like anonymous can stand for the truth and fight for it.Or try to fight against the truth by siding with your lying,narcissistic,sadistic fraudulent pastors.You are fighting a battle you’ve already lost.The sooner you accept the failures and correct it by issuing a public apology for all the frauds committed the better.

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