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Re: Reinstating Innocence Daisym

Posted by orchid on August 9, 2005, at 15:33:09

In reply to Re: Reinstating Innocence, posted by Daisym on August 9, 2005, at 15:23:08

Actually, I didn't mean to dismiss it as "it doesn't matter"

I am little bad at English - it being my second language, so sometimes the way I put things across is not the way it gets communicated.

What I did mean was that, in the end, this is only a healing process, and that it is necessary as a healing tool, but that is just that. After that healing, we cannot hold on to psychology and try to live our real lives according to theories of psychology.

It is necessary like an operation is necessary. But once operated, its job is more or less over. After that real life needs more 3 dimensional living - and trying to analyze and live life with psychological theories like trying to udnerstand love based on "give and take" and boundaries, and transference - that doesn't work well.

That is what I meant, and again, it is only my personal opinion.




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