Re: Do You Secretly Have a Death Wish?
- From: cherish <adamatova@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 17 Aug 2007 02:13:45 -0700
Road Rage, Impatience and
Ascending Birth Feelings
by John A. Speyrer
"How many hundreds of thousands of dollars of fines and traffic
tickets have been paid each year because of an inability to wait for
the green light to appear or to stop at a stop sign - both the result
of unconscious birth trauma."
"Accidents don't happen by accident" has been almost a slogan of
practitioners in the psychoanalytic field. To some who are especially
prone, accidents happen in a serial fashion. Much effort has been
placed into finding out what are the personality characteristics of
those who are in this category. Insurance companies spend big bucks
tracking down and subsequently refusing insurance to these types.
"Bone breakers" appear consistently on the list as do "fallers." What
causes these individuals to frequently indulge the "accident habit?"
Suck folks often have a lot of resentment, anxiety, impatience and
impulsiveness which all seem to be but barely defended against. A
number of theorists have concluded that there is a unconscious drive
by the susceptible ones to injure and re-injure themselves. It almost
seems that they have a drive towards death. Some have very permeable
defenses against the barely unconscious urges to self-annihilate,
while others must contend with triggers always lying in wait to be
Psychoanalytic theory holds that many of these accident prone ones
suffer from unconscious guilt and unconsciously injure themselves to
expiate their feelings. Perhaps, a common although unrecognized cause
which can make a person susceptible to automobile accidents are those
who have had severe birth trauma.
Generally, there are two types of such accidents traceable to birth
a.) Those in which birth trauma molds one's personality so that the
person becomes impatient and anxious and detests being held back by a
stop sign or slower traffic, and
b.) Those above who are presently in a regressive type therapy and
have reached the point where traumatic ascending birth feelings are
pressing for release. They are unconsciously feeling those feelings
having to do with their being delayed in their birth process or feel
unable to proceed and complete their birthing process. These may be
even more impelled to take risks.
Make friends with death.
On Aug 17, 11:03 am, Sanity <sanity-cla...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Aug 17, 3:11 am, cherish <adamat...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
a. A desire for self-destruction, often accompanied by feelings of
depression, hopelessness, and self-reproach.
b. The desire, often unconscious, for the death of another person,
such as a parent, toward whom one has unconscious hostility.
2. A suicidal urge thought to drive certain people to put themselves
consistently into dangerous situations.
I'd like to know the source of that definition. Sounds real
authoritative, as in 'color of truth based on authority alone vs truth
as the basis of authority.' Of particular interest is the assessment
of unconscious desire, I mean, the patient can't be aware of such and
the desire be uncomscious so he can't know, and the psychiatrist has
no way of knowing, does he? CAT scans and MRIs cannot read thoughts,
conscious unconscious or any other woo woo kind of -scious.
The beatings will contine until moralle improves.
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