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The Drive and Mirror Image in the Acousma

Author(s): Dianyuan Xiong | Shaohui Miao | Xudan Zhang

Journal: International Journal of Psychological Studies
ISSN 1918-7211

Volume: 2;
Issue: 1;
Date: 2010;
Original page

The purpose of this article is to explore the depth psychological mechanism of the acousma projection, theassociation between the psychological gravitation and the projection object by the methods of mental analysisand analysis psychology, i.e. the method of unconsciousness analysis, the method of antitype analysis, and themethod of mental drive. The research result indicates that the “psychological gravitation” attracts theconsciousness to descend as unconsciousness, and the oppression produces large numerous of energy, and therelease of energy compels the consciousness to ascend round and be transformed as the dissident consciousnessin the consciousness layer, i.e. be transformed as the dissident attacking strength, and the projection andabsorption of the unconsciousness thinking activated by the attacking strength in the mirror image produce theacousma which is the objectification of the psychological gravitation and unconsciousness, and agglomeratespart of self-consciousness in the objectification identified by others, and descend and eliminate consciousness, i.e.the psychological energy of attacking agglomerate part of self-consciousness, and the energy and mirror imagepuzzle the self-consciousness. The projection makes the dissident mirror image to be dissident, hostile andenslaved object, and essentially, that is the atman is attracted, controlled and devoured by the psychologicalgravitation. By understanding thoroughly this psychological course of unconsciousness, the energy flows toconsciousness, which can enhance the energy, release the blocked energy, even weaken and eliminate theacousma, i.e. weaken and eliminate the objectification of the acousma projection.
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