Relative Suffering

Two strategies consist in relativizing the suffering of a being:

-By comparing them to the level of suffering experienced by their peers (« it’s the same for everyone »)
-By comparing it to what in a different context that suffering might be (« it could be worse »)

…These two strategies are not admissible, because the experience of suffering is relative.
In the eyes of a third party, it is always lived absolutely.

Even if a different being accommodates it or a different context makes it theoretically tolerable, it is still the same suffering.
At the heart of the phenomenon of suffering occurs a crystallization that inhibits the relationship to reality and breaks the fluidity of life.

Suffering is a withdrawal by concentration of the eddies of attention to oneself.
Suffering is a self-feeding, circular phenomenon.

The therapeutic approach proposed here sets in motion the ossified edifice of the suffering experienced, and puts the energies of life back in motion, they then work not to leave the other in suffering and to suffer pangs similar to those in which we we have been locked up.

We work to keep life circulating in each other,

To allow him to thus enter into a relationship with others and with himself: suffering, in fact, prohibits these two natural circulations of the subtle vital flow.

The energy needed to transform your suffering by alleviating the other requires a burst of consciousness, as important as it is beneficial.

Because by maintaining / repairing the other, I maintain myself, I repair myself, and I turn the vicious circle into a virtuous loop.

By supporting the other, I prevent him from falling into the deadly focus of suffering and invite him to support me, to carry the world in his palms in turn.


© March 2023
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