Danger: Real and Perceived.

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Danger: Real and Perceived. Some would ask what is the difference or is there a difference.

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Walter
The art of ventriloquism

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As far as our PTSD symptoms go, our fight or flight mechanism fires as violently as a life-threatening experience to a real or perceived danger.

That’s the physical side. Once you learn how to focus the breath intently you can dissipate its impact.

Next is the emotional danger. No fight or flight firing, it is more subtle.

Shame or humiliation is a different sort of danger.

The consequence we think is the death of our Ego.

Logically that makes no sense, the Ego has no form except inside our head, a kind of powerful mirage.

Our Ego is one of Jeff Dunham’s dummies, an alter Ego.

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The art of ventriloquism

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Would you let the dummy make your decisions?

PTSD has that capability.

Know your Ego, meditate, explore your inner world.

Happy healing.
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3 responses to this post.

  1. I bought a dummy and practiced.

  2. Posted by rudid96 on March 31, 2022 at 2:00 pm

    Practice is the only answer

  3. Repetition is our friend

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