- Astral Story about a Young Boy, a Witchy Woman, and a Jealous Man
- How a Story of Similar, But Less Serious Soul Wounding Might Play Out
- Emotional Oversensitization
- Oversensitization to Sexual Aggression
- Fear of Territorial Aggression
- Defense Mechanism: Daydream Transfer of Ego into the Clair Voice Identity of ‘Strange Men’
- A Commonplace Defense Mechanism: Daydreams of Placatory M to M Liaisons
- Defense Mechanism: Night Dream Transfer of Ego into the Clair Voice Identity of ‘Strange Men’
- Fear of Controlling or Bullying Behavior
- Man with a Controlling or Bullying Mother
- Man with a Controlling or Bullying Father
This is an astral story about a young boy’s Soul wounding on encountering a Witchy Woman, and being injured by her jealous boyfriend. It also talks about how this second chakra wounding manifested in his later life.
There is information on the function of the third eyepoint (the pituitary gland) as compared to the folklore notion of the ‘evil eye’.
HOW A STORY OF SIMILAR, BUT LESS SERIOUS SOUL WOUNDING MIGHT PLAY OUT
In the story described on the video, had the man been less severely injured by the jealous boyfriend, then the mature love life might have manifested as wary sexual relations with women, keeping them at a distance, and engaging in sex infrequently and never with a woman who is in relationship. This would be because, similar to the defense mechanism described in the video, he might have projected the fear he felt of men onto women (who would be perceived as less dangerous than men, and so more approachable for sex). He might steer clear of men, so as to mitigate the perceived danger of being around them.
Oversensitization to Sexual Aggression
The story in this video describes an exaggerated sense of sexual fear in mature life that is caused by an early childhood experience that sets a child up to experience fear every time he has sex.
Defense Mechanism: The result is a simple defense mechanism set up by the subconscious mind to ‘ward off’ a danger to which the early experience oversensitizes the child. This defense mechanism involves displacing one’s fear of men onto women (who are weaker, thus less fearful) and of staving off fear of men through placatory anal intercourse (a behavior found among the lesser males toward the alpha males of baboon troops).
The recurring theme of mistrust and hatred of women welling up from the deep subconscious mind might be termed ’emotional dysregulation’ whose root cause is oversensitization to sexual aggression. (1)
Fear of Territorial Aggression
On the clair plane, I’ve also run into oversensitization to the threat of territorial aggression, to do with early childhood Soul wounding when a young child suffered physical injury and lost his family as a result of being at the effect of a war of territorial aggression. In subsequent early youth he lived among a group of children who, for some years, needs must break into deserted homes in a war-torn area for food and shelter.
In mature life, this oversensitization manifests as these deep subconscious themes:
- Feeling threatened by neighbors, both male and female
- Ideation that other people’s property is his own
- The desire to buy neighboring properties, so as to feel secure in the territory he has.
Defense Mechanism: Daydream Transfer of Ego into the Clair Voice Identity of ‘Strange Men’. This man’s oversensitization to territorial aggression is triggered when he ideates that ‘strange men’ might be visiting or living in adjacent homes. It manifests on the clair plane by the ego dissolving into and identifying with men thought of by neighbor women, as if, by his morphing into the persona of all the men she thinks of, he might eliminate the threat of territorial aggression.
On the clair plane, what is heard with this transfer of egoic identity, is the deep subconscious of the man saying, sotto voce:
“And now I am [the name of the person thought of by the neighbor woman].”
For the woman, she continues to hear the clair voice of the ‘strange man’, but the Soul signature and the emotional flavor of the clair communication have the undertone of fear of territorial aggression of the oversensitized neighbor man. The content of the clair talk turns to:
- The ‘strange man’ alter ego of the oversensitized man deriding or belittling the neighbor woman or
- Ostracizing her or
- Expressing territorial aggressiveness toward her.
The neighbor woman, believing herself to be talking to the strange man, is thus dissuaded from further conversation with him.
A Common-Place Defense Mechanism: Daydreams of Placatory M to M Liaisons. This man has low self-esteem regarding body image and a feeling of low social status, to do, I feel, with the early loss of his natal family. His marriage is perceived as an important means of bolstering his social status.
He has M to M sexual daydreams both as a way to bolster his self-esteem (with the notion that men are more likely to accept him as a daydreamed sexual partner than are women) and as a way to mitigate the perceived threat of men’s territorial aggressiveness through sexual placation.
I feel that the tendency of heterosexual men to daydream of male sexual partners in the deep subconscious mind is widespread, most likely universal, and that it has to do with this same mitigation of the perceived threat of men’s territorial aggressiveness through sexual placation.
However, in the case of men who have had early childhood experiences that oversensitize them to fear of territorial aggression by other men, as in the war experience described above, the daydreaming is likely to be more frequent, even habitual. There may also be night dreams or possibly acting out of this theme.
Defense Mechanism: Night Dream Transfer of Ego into the Clair Voice Identity of ‘Strange Men’. As you may know, when women are seeking a male partner, their astral forms go out onto the astral plane during dreamtime, looking to locate a suitable mate. For the single woman who lives next to the man oversensitized to territorial aggression, when she dream travels to these men, his dreaming form steps into her dream, and shouts at her to go home, that he and his wife are not interested. This is similar to the daydream morphing of his ego into that of ‘strange men’ as mentioned above.
This oversensitization to territorial aggression, and the elaborate defense mechanisms of ego morphing and M to M sexual ideation mentioned above might be considered ’emotional disregulation’ as well, as for most people, the presence of ‘strange men’ doesn’t require always being on guard against them; there is less of a sense of anxiety about it.
Fear of Controlling or Bullying Behavior
Man with a Controlling or Bullying Mother. In the case of a man who experiences a controlling or bullying persistent behavior pattern by a mother in youth, the mature man:
- May have a fear of following his heart.
- He may be oversensitized to societal expectations, introverted, considering change as threat rather than possibly rewarding challenge.
- As to the fight or flight response, he might choose flight over fight.
- In the scenario of EMF hypersensitivity and Solar Events during the current Awakening process, he might want to look out for thoughts of self-injury, cutting, self-mutilation, accidents both physical and vehicular, and possible thoughts of suicide.
- In terms of sexual relations, he might prefer a non-bullying, feminine woman, or possibly a man (perceived as less threatening than a woman). As his Soul clearing slowly but surely takes place, the comfortable possibilities in terms of sexual relations will become broader.
Man with a Controlling or Bullying Father. In the case of a man who experiences a controlling or bullying persistent behavior pattern by a father in youth:
- If the man identifies with and acts like his father, he is more prone to violent behavior in the context of EMF hypersensitivity and Solar Events during the Awakening process. Violent behavior is a tricky thing to avoid during anxiety attacks caused by Solar Events. (This includes accidents caused by aggressive driving.) My suggestions are:
- To bone up on the early warning signs of a panic attack.
- To have meds on hand to counteract them.
- To put firearms in a locked cabinet, and mail oneself the key
- To arrange in advance separate living quarters for oneself, apart from one’s wife and children. These may be as humble as a garage with a dry toilet in it, or it might be a plan to send the wife and children to a relative during Solar Events.
- If the man disidentifies with his father’s bullying behavior, he may:
- Engage in substance abuse as an avoidance tool, or
- Use passive-aggressive behaviors as avoidance tools, or
- Engage in negotiatory behavior aimed at mitigating threats from men; these negotiations may involve compromise based on oversensitization to the threat of controlling or bullying behaviors.
- Spiffing up communication skills based on assertiveness may allow desensitization to the perceived threat.
In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
(1) See “Emotional Dysregulation,” by the Psychological Care and Healing Center, http://www.pchtreatment.com/emotional-dysregulation/
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