Saturday, 17 February 2018

There's a Reason Why We Project Our Problems to Others

For several years, I think that the reason we project our world / mental problem to others is because of a lack of awareness; Therefore, this will not happen if someone is self-conscious. This is something I'm sure enough.

I think I even wrote a number of articles where I discussed them, and this is what I usually say if I'm having a conversation with someone. It took a while to arrive at this conclusion.

For years

To date, I have read numerous books, worked with various therapists and healers, and listened to various audio books. Furthermore, I have spent a lot of time reflecting on this.

Fortunately, I have an open and open mind to hear things that are contrary to what I believe to be true. As a result of this, I am willing to think of other ways to see why projections happen.

Just a moment

This is something I believe until about 2015 or 2016, and then everything changed after working with a therapist called Vijay Rana. I do not remember exactly how we ended up talking about it, but all I remember is that Vijay has another view.

He says that he has heard that the reason we project our world / mental problem to others is that we can realize what is going on inside us. This is not something that can happen directly, so it must happen indirectly.


The mind - with all its defense mechanisms - does what it can to stop a person from realizing what is happening in their body. This causes them to lose touch with their feelings, among other things.

Therefore, it is impossible for this information to make sense, since it must arise externally. The problem is that when their inner "matter" appears externally, it is easy for them to believe that it has nothing to do with them.

It makes sense

When Vijay mentioned this I thought that what he said was interesting and it really made me think. On the way home, I reflect on what he said and I think it's a much better way to look at this defense mechanism.

As I look back at this moment, I can not say that I'm not surprised that I've heard it while working with Vijay. First, he is a great therapist, and secondly, he has a way of putting information and ideas forward without thinking it is tempting or as if he knows everything.

Final Thought

I think that what is emphasized is how important it is to have an open mind, because there is always something new to learn. There is another time when we are talking about the impetus of repetition, but I will discuss it in another article.

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