Xiong Ling: metaphor of pause (1): emptiness

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 Xiong Ling: metaphor of pause (1): emptiness


People tend to be obsessed with being and lost in obsession with being, and cant bear nothing and all kinds of losses symbolized by nothing. According to Bion, if there is nothing, there must be being. The invariance behind psychoanalysis is the ratio of being to nothing. However, people with mental illness are lack of the flexibility of being and nothing, and cling to nothing, or can only have, and can not tolerate nothing. For example, behind the various manifestations of obsessive-compulsive neurosis, there is a kind of nonexistent thing in his mind. Those things that dont exist include: being loved, honor, acceptance, superior person, ideal lover, etc. it makes OCD patients uneasy and panic. In order to fill the sense of panic, it (that is, the things that do not exist) become the goal of his compulsive pursuit, but always struggle in the goal of virtual.

In fact, scarcity does not come from the existence of nothing, but from the confusion about being. Fullness does not come from being, but from the acceptance of nothing and the repair of scarcity.