Commutative explosion, white noise. Spontaneous sensory polar momentum. Circular cyclic Twisp internal I-ness. Blissful fulfilled desire infinitives. galactic cartilaginous pre individuality parasitic conformational isomerism.
Gerard’s Mimetic double blind In his second book Violence and the Sacred(1972)
If two individuals desire the same thing, there will soon be a third, then a fourth. This process quickly snowballs. Since from the beginning the desire is aroused by the other (and not by the object) the object is soon forgotten and the mimetic conflict transforms into a general antagonism. At this stage of the crisis the antagonists will no longer imitate each others desires for an object, but each others antagonism. They wanted to share the same object, but now they want to destroy the same enemy. Our journey often takes us though obsessions of love and things made to be destroyed. Sometimes in a divorce or the death of a relationship its not a thing that is the object of our destruction, it is love its self.
This is the content of Rene Gerard’s first book, Deceit, Desire and the Novel (1961). We borrow our desires from others. Far from being autonomous, our desire for a certain object is always provoked by the desire of another person — the model — for this same object. This means that the relationship between the subject and the object is not direct: there is always a triangular relationship of subject, model, and object. Through the object, one is drawn to the model, whom Gerard calls the mediator: it is in fact the model who is sought. Rene Gerard calls desire “metaphysical” in the measure that, as soon as a desire is something more than a simple need or appetite, “all desire is a desire to be” it is an aspiration, the dream of a fullness attributed to the mediator.
Freud’s The Electra complex. If sexual competition for the opposite-sex parent is unresolved, a phallic-stage Fixation might arise, leading a girl to become a woman who continually strives to dominate men (viz. Penis envy ), either as an unusually seductive woman (high self-esteem) or as an unusually submissive woman (low self-esteem). In a boy, a phallic-stage fixation might lead him to become a vain, over-ambitious man. Therefore, the satisfactory parental handling and resolution of the Electra complex are most important in developing the infantile Super-Ego because, by identifying with a parent, the girl internalizes Morality, thereby, she chooses to comply with societal rules, rather being reflexively compelled to comply, for fear of punishment. Because a girl does not have to repress her pre-Oedipal and Oedipal attachment to father and mother, she reaches a more relational sensibility than boys. Chodorow illustrated this through studies suggesting that men love (and fall in love) romantically, where women love and fall in love sensibly and rationally.
1914, Erinnern, Wiederholen und Durcharbeiten (‘Remembering, Repeating and Working-Through’) Here he noted how the patient does not remember anything of what he has forgotten and repressed, he acts it out, without, of course, knowing that he is repeating it. Freud highlights how the “patient cannot remember the whole of what is repressed in him, and…is obliged to repeat the repressed material as a contemporary experience instead of…remembering it as something belonging to the past:” A “compulsion to repeat.”
struggling between two opposing drives: Eros, which produces creativity, harmony, sexual connection, reproduction, and self-preservation; and Thanatos, which brings destruction, repetition, aggression, compulsion, and self-destruction.
In Freudian psychology
The pleasure principle is the psychoanalytic concept describing people seeking pleasure and avoiding suffering or pain in order to satisfy their biological and psychological needs. Specifically, pleasure principle is a driven force of id. Furthermore, the counterpart concept, the reality principle, describes people choosing to defer gratification of a desire when circumstantial reality disallows its immediate gratification in order to reduce their urges such as hunger, thirst or even sex. Maturity is learning to endure the pain of deferred gratification, when reality requires it; thus, the Psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud proposes that” an ego thus educated has become ‘reasonable’; it no longer lets itself be governed by the pleasure principle, but obeys the reality principle, which also at bottom, seeks to obtain pleasure, but pleasure which is assured through taking account of reality, even though it is pleasure postponed and diminished” In The mirroring of life its self .In sections IV and V, Freud posits that the process of creating living cells binds energy and creates an imbalance. It is the pressure of matter to return to its original state which gives cells their quality of living. The process is analogous to the creation and exhaustion of a battery. This pressure for Molecular diffusion can be called a “death-wish”. The compulsion of the matter in cells to return to a diffuse, inanimate state extends to the whole living organism. Thus, the psychological death-wish is a manifestation of an underlying physical compulsion present in every cell. We borrow our desires from others. Far from being autonomous, our desire for a certain object is always provoked by the desire of another person. Psychosis transference, Emotional transference, as a communicative species among a twisp of species all transcendentally connected. We are faced with the challenge of a universal movement. This proven complex quantum mechanics theories of the ecological interconnectedness. Transcendental also meaning the breaking of one’s pre-set barriers and limitations. The journey starts here…….