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Ernst Wilhelm
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Babies need Mothers by Clancy McKenzie. Out of print but readily available on ebay or Abesbooks.com also attached to this post. 

I'm OK, you're Ok by Thomas Harris. I'm OK-You're OK: Harris, Thomas: 9780060724276: Amazon.com: Books

 

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Thanks for the recommendation I have read a bit the first book (first 30page) and looked at Clanzy Mckenzie website. https://www.owenparachute.com/clancy-mckenzie.html

They are some great info in his website too, while reading his theory on Trauma it reminded me Milton Erickson childhood. He spent a lot of time observing his siblings playing. Clanzy mentioned that when the trauma get activated in adulthood for Vietnam PTSD the adults move like children, and he can pinpoint the trauma childhood month from that. A lot of Milton Erickson hypnosis technique seems to be based on that. While doing hypnosis a lot of time PNL based hypnosis (coming indirectly from Erickson, Bandler studied under Erickson) use weird hand movement to induce hypnosis, reverting someone to childhood. Most people won't be noticing that trance going on if you don't watch someone body moving weirdly. Erickson may  have acquired his abilities while watching day after day his siblings or children playing, and reproduced that later in his life. What they don't say in Erickson books is that those movement may be related to those early years from 0 to 36 months. 

Ernst, do you think movies star while playing their characters drop back to childhood trauma?

I was watching the "Warrior" Tv series yesterday, one of the character who is supposed to be the "Villain" seems to drop back into a trauma while on screen.  The character is a corrupted mayor that try to take over Chinatown in California (based on Bruce lee writing) while doing so he goes as far as mutilating his own body to prevent a woman from spilling out the truth about his lies. When he does he get slapped by a woman, and seems to go into a trance at that point, takes a knife and mutilates his own shoulder violently. The character lost a part of his leg during some kind of accident, his "villainhood" seems derived from that event.

Most handicaped's body movements always felt off to me, most probably have trauma related to that lost body part (phantom pain). They destroy their ego in the process and seemed humbled by the experience. Is that humbled attitude just them reverting back often is what I'm wondering. In a lot of movies or Series a very confident warrior may lose a body part, and then change completely or seem to, but was his confidence based on Trauma, and when that trauma get activated they lose a body part, reflecting after ward their true self.

I'm probably answering my question already while typing that, but still it's impressive what we can do with astrology. 

 

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In your last video:

About the Lajjista 5th shame or planets there being neutral or delighted like your Moon in the 5th house.

You mentioned your sister trauma because of you being born, and that you may have learn from her birth, is that due to your moon in the 5th house? 

You mentioned lordship is important in your first videos, What if the lord of the 5th house is ashamed? of getting starved by conjunction. Could that be the equivalent of planets being shamed directly in the 5th house? or worse like Ted Bundy or Bill Gates shame. I would greatly appreciate a comparison between those people handwriting and then their astrology, and then how much you would weigh those trauma. 

The more I do astrology the more I'm realizing there is so much interrelationship it's hard for me to to quantify how much trauma the person actually gets compared to someone else trauma, at least with astrology. 

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I remember that scene in the warrior show. I think that anything that debilitates us emotionally in adulthood, is due to trauma during the first three years, otherwise, we can handle anything and get over it in short time. 

and yes, its hard to judge the level of trauma, use chestha, uccha and especially dig bala. THe level of helplessness felt is equal to the level of trauma. If chestha and uccha are low, the person simply had less in them to resist the trauma, and if dig is low, they struggled to adapt to it. Will get into this in detail later in the course. 

 

 

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I am very excited about this new course, it is very interesting. I myself have Mars and Saturn conjunction in Scorpio. I feel like someone is holding me back and I think that I need to work on it. Also, I'm really looking forward and hoping to see how it looks astrologically "I am ok, you're not ok"

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