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When we suppress an unpleasant feeling, we interrupt the natural flow of energies. We do not allow the feeling to clear itself, to resolve itself, to regain its natural equilibrium. The energy becomes trapped, held in storage in a static condition. Where does the energy get stored? It is held in what has come to be called “the subconscious.”

Suppression creates
subconscious Karma

The mechanism of suppression, therefore, creates much if not all of the mysterious subconscious that has been puzzled over and glamorized since Freud. The subconscious is nothing more than a buildup of energies, potential forces that lie dormant because they were never adequately resolved when they originally occurred. In rejecting our experience, we have created the reservoir of the subconscious. In Eastern terms, the buildup of subconscious forces is called Karma.

 
 

© 2004 John Ruskan / The Institute for Integrative Processing