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Title: We emotionally feel at the Ten Stages that we have found the explanation for why we are suffering so much.
Author: Fraser Trevor
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We emotionally feel at the Ten Stages that we have found the explanation for why we are suffering so much. Especially the topics we addr...
We emotionally feel at the Ten Stages that we have found the explanation for why we are suffering so much. Especially the topics we address about this inner “void” we constantly construct, how morality keeps us away from our genuine “negative” feelings against our parents and often society, how these feelings will express themselves in either violence or illness or addictions.

We have never experienced genuine emotional communication in our upbringing or our lives, so we can never believe that other people would ever be interested in our emotions and interior life. Which causes us a lot of feelings of isolated abandonment , loneliness and guilt. But only after we have re-learned to trust our feelings and started to share them, do we discover at the ten stages that there are people who do communicate in this way. This is very new to us, because all our lives we have only experienced communication based on our “masks”, our “fa├žade”, our “false self” and we could only relate to other grandiose, masked people, because we didn't want to be abandoned by them. And we actually thought that this was really normal.

Our own parents also have become afflicted by the deprivations of their bodies We as children of any age are forced to fill these deprivations of our parents, and in the process our child will have to sacrifice their own needs and feelings. And then the whole generational cycle starts all over again. We believe that the only way out of this, is to stop denying the feelings and emotions behind these feelings of emptiness and depression. And in the process to pay more attention to our child within the hidden self, to ourselves and our needs and strive to live in the fresh new world of ten stages recovery.

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