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Re: Dissociate

Posted by Sigismund on July 29, 2009, at 16:58:32

In reply to Re: Dissociate, posted by moonshadow on July 29, 2009, at 6:49:12

>Before I knew the word dissociate, I'd call it 'going fuzzy'. Things look different - fuzzy. Things feel different - muted, softened. It's like I'm not truly awake after a deep deep sleep.

Hmmm. Perhaps there's a blurring of boundaries? As a kid I would ask a very old bloke who worked where I grew up stuff like 'What makes fire?' and he was I don't know what and he'd start a very long story which had nothing to do with real fire and I would go all woozy and go inside his words. It was a distinct and real pleasure. That's the good side. Like listening to good music.

I have photos of me when it has been bad and my eyes are interesting....very starey. That's the bad side of it. I'd feel trapped and like I was under water. Quite frightening to lose your freedom of movement like that.




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