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Re: Emptying out, envy, and merging » Declan

Posted by Lindenblüte on October 16, 2006, at 9:02:22

In reply to Emptying out, envy, and merging, posted by Declan on October 16, 2006, at 4:26:05

I think my mind works on a different plane than yours, Declan!

I feel like there's some poetry that I'm missing.

Feeling kind of dumb and defective, but I'll give it a shot.

Envy- not because the good things are put into others, but because they're put into others and we feel that WE are more deserving.

Reclaiming good things- like stealing? probably not such a good idea. Li would feel guilty.

Merging- like marrying or befriending the gifted one? I'm all for it. I like to be on good terms with people who know useful things and have unique gifts.

Cause of envy- Ask an economist? I rarely have enough self-esteem to feel entitled.

Cause and Effect are always mixed up if they exist within the same system. Kind of like thermodynamics.

Unconcious fantasy- you have a particular pattern of behavior which makes no sense to you whatsoever. Nor does it make sense to anyone else.

so- it's not the Ich and it's not the Ueber-ich. Therefore it must be the unconscious mind which is driving the behavior/ thoughts. (note I use Freud's original terms rather than their malicious translation "ego" and "superego")

Unconscious fantasy might also be that place that you slip into when you are in a reverie- a daydream. you are awake, and kind of spaced out. daydreaming, dissociating, and when you come back to "the real world" you just have a vague smile on your face, and maybe a part of you is blushing.





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