Social exclusion is a process which can have quite profound and devastating effects on the lives of people who are affected.
Not all instances of social exclusion can have a profound or negative impact on someone's life. Some people choose to exclude themselves from a community or society for reasons which are often spiritual or artistic or simply because they have little need for social contact and need less involvement in a community or society. They can function quite happily and these people are regarded as self-excluded. This webpage deals with social exclusion when it isn't a choice and when people want more social contact and involvement in a community or society but have little or no opportunities to develop such contact and involvement.
The core mechanism of social exclusion
Social exclusion is a process which takes place when the left cerebral hemisphere of the brain is unable to efficiently manipulate the incoming flows of energy and transform the energy from a higher frequency to a lower frequency. the left cerebral hemisphere of the brain acts as a control mechanism for the way we think (please refer to the webpage about energy and the brain for more details) but it also acts as a filter to reduce the energy in the atmosphere to a lower frequency so the brain and body can function normally in a way which is relative to the specific frequency of energy considered optimal to that person.
The determining factors in social exclusion
Social exclusion is a process which is degenerative in nature impacting both on thinking processes and also on the body. This i a process which can only be resolved by effectively being able to halt the process itself and reverse the process through increased cognitive functioning - essentially creativity and social interaction - and this depends on how well the person can understand the process and how it occurs and whether they can find the means to stop the process and effectively reverse it. This information can only be determined by the person themselves because they are the only ones who completely understand their entire pathway of emotional and cognitive development, their life objective, and their strategies for interacting and relating to other people.
If they are fortunate enough to be able to determine this for themselves and figure out what is happening, why, and how they can find a way of halting the process and reversing it then they generally tend to be able to do so. It can take some attempts, they may make mistakes, but generally these people are able to recover on their own without needing additional support and help.
However many people are not in such a fortunate position because they don't have a sufficient awareness or understanding of the process as it could be one which is taking place in their lives for the first time. They may also not have the sufficient skills, awareness or understanding relative to their individual pathway of emotional and cognitive development. They may find themselves in a situation where they don't understand the process, how it is affecting them, they may not be able to think of or find solutions, or be unable to understand why their solutions or ideas might not be working. Or they may have other barriers or a lack of opportunities which effectively prevent them from being able to halt the process of social exclusion and reverse it effectively.,