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02.05.2000 - Interpretation of dali48
Drugs... - have a very special power to achieve denial - by artificially suppressing the most intense instincts of emotions... - If he feels rejected or even blamed, it is as if a knife would have hit him. He feels overwhelmed by shame and loneliness and seeks his refuge... - in a system of fantasies that must be made reality by lies and drugs - If he is not punished he triumphs over any authority - over any definition of the limits and barriers, ultimately the triumph over the "superego"... - The more violent, for example guilt and shame is, the greater the need to suppress and eliminate the conscience and its external representatives... - In denial fantasies of "protective animals" it becomes quite clear that the power of the father which is incorporated in the animals serves the protection before the father himself... - As is known, the superego acts as a stabilizer of moods and affects... (Jacobson, 1971)
The life that you try to lead without an superego is thrown around chaotically and without control... - Such protectors, whether drugs or rituals, or ideologies, leaders and groups - are therefore highly over-rated and experienced as absolutely good - They are "narcissistic objects, self-objects"... - which are expected to be omnipotent and boundless granting... - But if they are disappointing - they quickly turn into devastating, failing, and therefore absolutely evil figures. Again "God and the Devil"...- Finally, it is the return of the defunct conscience in the form of embarrassment, of provocative degradation and dishonor, and thus of reversal, of challenging shamelessness and impudence... (L. Wurmser)
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