Thursday, June 20, 2013

I am that I am

236.    A feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will,
The state of being an enemy,
Plentifulness, prosperity,
In a still higher degree,
A society governed by meritocracy,
State or make known,
That amounts to the apparently paradoxical idea,
That a proposition or theory,
Cannot be scientific,
If it does not admit consideration of the,
Of being false,
Refrain from injuring or using,
A headless nail used for the soles and heels of shoes,
A therapeutic technique involving hypnotism,
Named after the Austrian physician,
Franz Anton Mesmer,
Restrict the movements,
To allow healing,
Unable to be divided or,
To tame,
To be thoroughly moved or changed by something,
Or similar things.

237.    A system of,
Psychological theory and therapy,
Which aims to treat mental disorders,
By investigating the interaction of,
Conscious and unconscious elements in the mind,
And bringing repressed fears and conflicts,
Into conscious mind,
Relating to, or influenced by,
Austrian neurologist,
Sigismund Scholomo Freud,
And his methods of psychoanalysis,
Especially with reference to the importance of sexuality in,
Human behaviour,
So bold and hazardous,
From surge,
The part of the mind,
That mediates between the conscious and the unconscious,
And responsible for reality,
And testing a sense of personal identity,
Is the channeling of impulses to socially accepted behaviours,
For instance,
The use of a dark, gloomy poem,
To describe the life,
By such poets,
Emily Elizabeth Dickinson.

238.    Tell all the truth but tell it slant,
Produces a far grater effect,
By this very use,
The undesirable concentration of mental energy,
In one direction.
Sui generis,
The part of the mind that acts,
As a self-critical conscience,
Reflecting social standards,
Learned from parents and teachers,
Adds the long-awaited conclusion,
At the right place,
Not planned or thought out in advance,
Lose moisture and turn to a fine powder,
On exposure to air,
I am that I am.

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