Words are fascinating when one realizes they have a depth and knowledge of more understanding about life itself. One word means a series of words and develops into a world that surpasses the original word written. For this reason I use words that sometimes confuse the narrative, but in essence, if we know the word it gives the narrative more meaning. When we are able to s.t.o.p.a.n.d.t.h.i.n.k. we develop an inner perception that is more meaningful. It may be difficult initially....but the results are enlightening (>)        
          "Pertaining to pleasures derived from egoism": The habit of valuing everything only in reference to one's personal interest; selfishness (opposed to altruism).        
          Our organism seeks homeostasis; where we find affinity with self; resting within our own personal nirvana.
:a relatively stable equilibrium within ourselves, especially as maintained by physiological processes.
a natural liking for and understanding of someone or something.
an ideal or idyllic state or place

Another way of saying this would be: "Our bodies seek balance with our psychological state, where we then find peace with ourselves, leading to an idyllic state within our whole being".
          Subjective thoughts exist in the mind.
Programmed within us psychosomatically.
Able to reach our divine consciousness.
influenced by personal feelings, tastes, or opinions.
Psychosomatic: the interaction of mind and body.
Divine consciousness: Your inner true self untouched; inner self awareness of something more profound within oneself, like a separate spiritual identity, but still you.

Another way of saying this would be: "Personal feelings from society are programmed over a lifetime, not only in the mind/brain but also within the cellular structure of our bodies. It is only when we can disconnect from these influences can we have any hope of reaching our true self, untouched, and find the depth of our spiritual self."
          The important analogies of negative consumerism.
Should ascribe to future social harmony.
A short benign critique to evoke introspection.
In contrast to the orthodox maelstrom of materialism.
a comparison between one thing and another
regard something as being due.
Benign critique: a gently and kind analysis and assessment.
Evoke introspection:
bring or recall
to the conscious mind and examine these thoughts.
Orthodox maelstrom: conforming to a tradition;  state of confused movement.

Another way of saying this would be: "The comparisons within negative consumerism and our own divine consciousness should make us realise the divinity of self is better for self and social harmony. My words are a kind analysis for you to recall feelings and examine these thoughts for a better self, rather than the normal society state of confusion."
          Is pernicious to personal socio-economic stability.
Government ideological economic doctrines are ostentatiously promoted as idealistic rhetoric.
having a harmful
Ideological: relating to a system of ideas and ideals.
a belief or set of beliefs.

characterized by pretentious or showy display, designed to impress.

Idealistic rhetoric: plans or goals that are possibly unrealistic with the use of
effective or persuasive techniques.

Another way of saying this would be: "Addictive consumerism is harmful to ourselves, yet are promoted by our system of ideals, our set of beliefs. They are advertised with a showy display, and effective persuasive techniques, designed to impress, but effectively are unrealistic purchase goals in life that cause anxiety and stress."
           We unconsciously espouse the ethos of the present socio-economic conditions.
Espouse: support a cause, belief, or way of life.
Ethos: the spirit of a culture in its attitudes and aspirations.

Another way of saying this would be: "Without thinking we support our way of life, which includes the spirit of our culture, both within its attitudes and aspirations." In other words, society does not s.t.o.p.a.n.d.t.h.i.n.k.
          Debate the various sociological syllogisms, transcend stoic ideologies, and create a new paradigm focussed on amoral-familism and the divinity of consciousness - leading to social metaphysical egalitarianism.
Sociological syllogisms: the study of human behaviour;
an instance of a form of reasoning in which a conclusion is drawn from two given or assumed propositions.
Transcend stoic ideologies:
go beyond the range or limits; endurance under hardship; system of ideals.
Paradigm: an unconscious belief system that is not brought under question.
Amoral-familism: Social action persistently oriented to the economic interests of the nuclear family.
Metaphysical egalitarianism: the fundamental nature of being and the world that encompasses it; all people are equal and deserve equal rights and opportunities.

Another way of saying this would be:
"Study human behaviour to find reasons for differences in behavioural patterns without imposing limits, and utilizing endurance to find these answers within the system of personal ideals. This would create a new reality from the present unconscious belief system, enabling social reform concentrating on economic stability for families, as well as, personal inner  well-being. Eventually leading to our social system being more aligned to nature (balance) where all people are equal and deserve equal rights and opportunites." 
Does it sound like a perfect world? Not really. Unfortunately money rules lives and without change in this viewpoint (ie.money not to rule lives) nothing with change for our society. How do we instigate change though? By s.t.o.p.p.i.n.g.a.n.d.t.h.i.n.k.i.n.g about maybe there is a new reality..
..a paradigm shift. 
                       Copyright Mitch Ezyrider Australia (>)