Zinj ( 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.

     This is about the difference between running an engram in or
running an engram out.

     Running an engram just as it originally happened will run it more
in, more there, and more problematic.

     There has to be a change in viewpoint to run and engram out
and untraumatize the event.

     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.


Mon Jul 17 19:57:29 EDT 2006