Homer Wilson Smith
HomerWSmith at lightlink.com
Tue Jul 16 20:05:01 EDT 2019
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Zinj (zinjifar at yahoo.com) wrote:
>Contrary to prediction, finding the 'cause' of a trauma does *not* reduce the
>trauma (or the engram), but, instead leads to an unhealthy obsessive feedback
>loop, where the trauma actually *gains* in significance.
Pure unexpurgigated balderdash.
Trauma is the result of one's resistence to the event, failure to
take responsibility for it and over it.
There is nothing a being can not confront once he decides it
might be a good idea to try. Things don't heal because there is
continued not-isness and protest on the incident along with negative
postulates on the undesirability of existence etc.
The humor has not been found, and humor will heal ANYtHING.
>Finding the 'cause' of a problem almost inevitably leads to finding *other*
>causes and incites *other* problems.
Actually true, so when the being takes full repsonsibility for
both sides and ceases seeking external causes, the problem vanishes.
Engrams are not external causes by the way, they are a RECORD of
the being having failed to take full responsibility over both sides
of an event.
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