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WTH Part One: Chapter 6: May 12, 1984 discomfort birthday hemorrhoids uncomfortable downhill

The fears have been there, of course, and your latest efforts simply brought them into prominence, or cast a spotlight upon them. This can be countered if Ruburt stresses the idea that he is indeed couched safely, and that his existence is automatically, spontaneously held. That idea of safety and reassurance counters the fear, and opens the passageways again for free association.

Ruburt’s recent discomfort is partially caused by the fear that his body will not be able to completely heal itself, even if he does uncover all of the reasons for his predicament.

(3:45. I read the session to Jane twice. I worked on mail acknowledging the $650 we’d received in contributions through Maude Cardwell’s efforts. Of course, we noticed that Seth had said that Jane’s discomfort was only partially caused by her fears that she cannot heal herself. What about those other reasons, then? Jane said later that she thought Seth would indeed return. Resume at 4:16.)

TPS4 Deleted Session April 3, 1978 toe Rockefellers Walt mark unconscious

[...] The subconscious feels that it is doing its job, because Ruburt has not allowed feedback; not approving of fear, not allowing the feelings release, and therefore also cutting down on experience that could counter the feelings and show the subconscious that the fears were exaggerated.

[...] He could not counter the fears because he would not acknowledge them. [...]

Ruburt does not think that you are afraid, for you seldom voice any fears. He feels, therefore, that he is a coward, that fears make him seem abject, that they are unacceptable. On various occasions, when the suggestions in his papers worked—you follow me—they worked because at the same time Ruburt was writing down his feelings: his aggressions and his fears.

TPS4 Deleted Session April 5, 1978 public fears art threat livelihood

In a strange fashion because of his fears, now—and these particular fears can be countered with communications with the unconscious, and with understanding—he was afraid simply that so many people knew of his existence. [...]

[...] Fears turn into severe anxiety, however, formless, when they are not identified and understood. The Silent Gallery people epitomized Ruburt’s fears in a fashion, and though I have given material in several ways pertaining to the fears, Ruburt never consciously acknowledged them, but shoved them under. The subconscious should be reminded of the help that is available from the source self, for its fears began before it had that information, and the fears themselves caused blocks that prevented assimilation of the knowledge later.

Because the fears were hidden, they could not be countered through, say, fresh experience that might show them to be at least exaggerated. [...]