We live in a world of instant gratification. There is no time between finding something, doing it, and then moving onto something else. No. one. stops. and. thinks.   My articles try to make you stop. and. think. If one has no interest in knowing what a word means where is the reasoning in making our lives more knowledgeable and in turn more fulfilling?
Words have a power that transmit more meaning. Words can draw pictures of another life behind the word. With each word known we understand a bit more about our life, because the explanatory meaning gives more than the word.   The words I have used in this article are challenging for the mind. Yet, trying to understand the words in the context of the narrative does bring more meaning to life; even if you feel at these moments it is difficult or not necessary.
The meaning of your life may not be from the words I use but rather from another transcendental part of your consciousness evoked by you stopping.and.thinking about the words and meanings.
Try it - Stop.Think. and feel what materialises in the mind.
"To fill a void of an empty soul: that innately looks for a metaphysical belonging with self"
Innately - Existing naturally or by heredity rather than being learned through experience.

Metaphysical - A traditional branch of philosophy concerned with explaining the fundamental nature of being and the world that encompasses it. Metaphysics attempts to answer two basic questions in the broadest possible terms: What is ultimately there and what is it like.

Another way of saying this would be: "We are able to fill our emptiness by looking within ourselves for our devine self; untouched by society; and therefore find our belonging to self; without the emptiness we originally felt." Try to imagine your being programmed by society to create a societies version of you. You then find another person within yourself.

"Intermixing itself within the body’s cellular formations, changing personalities, precluding sublimity."

Prevent from happening; make impossible to reach high spiritual, moral, or intellectual worth.

Another way of saying this would be: "Intermixing itself within the body's cellular formations, changing our personalities, and preventing ourselves from reaching a higher spiritual and intellectual worth."
        "Where only personal epistemology will be the impetus for existentialism."

Epistemology -
 (individualists) All knowledge would come from within themselves and they would no longer be subject to outside rule. Epistemology is the study of knowing, the nature of knowledge, how do we know things, what do we know, why we know, is what we know true, and what are the limits of knowledge.

Existentialism - A philosophical theory or approach which emphasizes the existence of the individual person as a free and responsible agent determining their own development through acts of the will.

Another way of saying this would be: "Where only personal knowledge of ourselves, in the true sense of knowing ourselves; would thus be the start for ourselves to have free will and determine our development towards a more truer self."

Democracy - No personal liberty -  It has been lost to holographic-individualism."

"Holographic individualism." A person's life written within one's own perceptions and viewpoints - creating a habit of being restrictively independent within one's own world.

Another way of saying this would be: "Democracy has taken away our personal liberty because the opposition government group manipulates the truth for their own benefit. Creating a society to ventue into their own world to escape, developing their own perceptions and viewpoints, causing a restriction of any logical thinking from the confusion they hear - because there isn't any logic anymore."

"What we see is a confusing interpretation of the truth with no relativism."

"Relativism." The doctine that knowledge, truth, and morality exist in relation to culture, society, or historical context.

Another way of saying this would be: "What we see is a confusing interpretation of the truth with no definitive truth about our culture, society or historical context."
        "Creating our own virtuous exemplary affinity, to provide a security of awareness and altruism leading to our own transcendentalism."

Virtuous exemplary affinity - High moral standards serving as a likeable model for a natural liking for and understanding of someone or something.

Altruism - Unselfish concern for the welfare of others; selflessness.

Transcendentalism -
Among the transcendentalists' core beliefs was the inherent goodness of both people and nature. An idealistic philosophical and social movement. Influenced by romanticism, platonism and kantian philosophy, it teaches that divinity pervades all nature and humanity.

Another way of saying this would be: "Creating high moral standards which are a likeable model for all to relate to, giving us security of self to provide unselfish welfare for others, leading to our feeling of divinity of self-worth, our intrinsic being, and our awareness of a deep self."
        "There is no critical analysis, only negative austere renunciation."

Austere - Severe or strict in manner or attitude.

Renunciation - The formal rejection of something, typically a belief, claim, or course of action.

Another way of saying this would be: There is no critical analysis, only severe negative attitudes that reject a belief or course of action for any reason." In this context I mean social media does not scrutinize news or statements. They take them at face value as correct without critical analysis.
        "Precluding any sublime truth that can only lead to illusionary exculpation."

Precluding: Prevent from happening.

Sublime: Of very great excellence or beauty.

Illusionary exculpation - "Misinterpreted perception of a sensory experience, to free from blame or guilt; vindicate or exonerate.

Another way of saying this would be: "Preventing the excellence and beauty of truth, leading to misinterpreted perceptions. It creates the illusion of freeing the person from blame and guilt." In the context of the paragraph it means: "Corporation greed and personal self-interests defeat our freedom by the hypocracy of their ideologies. Society thus becomes chaotic and our inner self is questioned leading to a mental health problem. By preventing the truth, via the chaos, it causes misinterpretations. This illusion creates a perceptual psychosis and for relief society frees themselves from blame. And they aren't to blame - it is the corporations to blame. It is human nature to find relief from adversity.
        "To enunciate the illusionary doctrine and ideologies presently lived in is through self-actualising – creating an epistemological outlook."

Enunciate - Say or pronounce clearly.

Self-actualising - The desire for self-fulfillment, namely the tenedency for the individual to become actualized in what he/she is potentially.

- All knowledge would come from within themselves and they would no longer be subject to outside rule.

Another way of saying this would be: "To pronounce clearly the (illusionary) set of beliefs and ideals is via the knowledge and process of self-actualizing. This then creates an awareness of self and not influenced by external beliefs and ideals - that are misinterpreted perceptions." 
"To detach ourselves from causal external stimuli and the personal subjectivity-fatalism it programmes, enables us to enter perichoresis consciousness."

Relating to or acting as a cause.

Subjectivity-fatalism - Based on or influenced by personal feelings, tastes, or opinions and a belief that all events are predetermined and therefore inevitable.

Perichoresis consciousness - A perfectly reciprocal existence.... in the state of being aware of and responsive to one's surroundings through inner Being. (More on Consciousness)

Another way of saying this would be:
Detach ourselves from the cause of external stimuli and personal feelings and beliefs that derive from this. They are predetermined and inevitable witout detachment. By detaching we are able to live within a reciprocal existence with an awareness of one's self and surroundings."
        "The dual aspects of solitude/questions renounce ubiquitous societal structures, where relativism will provide civility to subserve a more harmonious society."

Renounce ubiquitous - Formally declare one's abandonment of a claim, right, possession.....in the present, appearing or found everywhere.

Relativism - The doctrine that knowledge, truth, and morality exist in relation to culture, society, or historical context and are not absolute.

Another way of saying this would be: "The aspects of entering personal solitude enables us to question ourselves leading us to abandon our claim within our present state of society life. We then find a peace and balance within ourselves and society; providing civility to help further a more harmonious society."
              Copyright Mitch Ezyrider Australia