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Sep 10 14 12:25 PM
Post Traumatic Stress
Syndrome - Everyone Has It?
Really? I’m not sure I believe all this-
I wanna call this guy a Liar-in some of his ideas-
I guess this guy really thinks he has all these things figured out.
Sep 10 14 12:30 PM
To thoroughly understand and benefit from what you are reading, it might be wise to pause and see if you fit within this profile. See if you can flash on some moment in your life, when small things begot bigger ones, whence came that traumatic moment that changed you from positive to negative, from innocence to guilt, at which point life went downhill. While every person's circumstances may vary, all symptoms and behaviors share the common root of resentment. If you will try dropping moment-by-moment annoyances, becoming more patient and not taking things so personally, the connection between the symptom and your resentments will become apparent as emotionally sustained problems disappear.
Look at what you are resentful about at this moment and see yourself compounding the unfinished business of one or more events of the recent past. Guilty as charged, means you are a victim of post-traumatic stress syndrome, or more accurately, post hypnotic stress syndrome. You need now to admit that you are out of control and making yourself ill.
All symptoms are variations of one single theme -- cause becoming effect, effect becoming cause -- compounding the foundation event.
Be advised therefore to endure all moments of pain and suffering patiently. If you do this well, it will become the equivalent of undoing the past in the present, as for example, forgiving your father, many times removed.
Sep 10 14 12:38 PM
Who can admit hating a parent? One way or another we all deflect ego awareness of our failings, and project blame on other people, places and things. This is why emotional upsets cause problems internally, and make us fixate angrily on their symptoms. Resentment you see is the evidence of the soul' s failing to endure with patient grace. You are bound to and shaped by the environment that connects you to the all the negative circumstances of the past.
No need to go to your past just yet, you could not deal with it if you tried. Look to the present moment, to what irritates, your wife or husband perhaps. In addition, for what it's worth, do not neglect looking at the way you might be reacting to your children.
Sep 10 14 12:45 PM
Overreacting (evidence of resentment) establishes both a flaw in your character as well as the very symptom with which the flawed character must deal. Our collective character flaws are both cause, the effect and the underlying reason for the existence of all that ever was and ever will be. This character flaw is pride tainted and sustained by its emotional handmaiden -- resentment.
Can you see now how resentment establishes the problem, and then goes on to reinforce itself by way of internal struggles? Your wrong resistance to the external problem manifests into the wrong resistance to the internal one. Apply this principle of reverberation to just about everything that is going wrong in your life and in the world. Experience will prove that the more you become upset with your circumstance or symptom, the worse it will become.
Overreacting with resentment establishes a legion of anxiety, fears, phobias, feelings of insecurity and sleepless nights.
Source: Roy Masters-
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