Supression (2 of the Brain)
Suppression is the blockage and the avoidance of a conflict with my emotions. I don’t accept what I see, hear or feel. What isn’t allowed to be, can’t be. My suppression allows me to protect myself from painful experiences or unpleasant confrontations. My injury itself may be in the past, while my resulting behaviour is moved into the present and the future. With time, I develop a dynamic that constrains me in my movement and freedom of action. I use my mind and my consciousness to suppress negative feelings and painful realizations. I alienate myself from my soul, and my intensity of feelings decreases. Because of this I’m superficial and cold to myself and others. I’m now untouchable, or I dissolve my emotional blockage and confront my feelings. I can now enter into deep and emotional ties.