DENIAL, identifying and dealing with defense mechanisms Part of the reason that the Monarch trauma-based mind-control’s programming is successful is because the mind will naturally defend itself against threatening ideas. This defense is usually on a subconscious level--that is, people often do not even realize that the mind is putting up defenses. This is because the human mind is SO GOOD at defending itself. If our minds were to allow us to realize our minds defend themselves from something--then that would in itself indicate that what is being denied was real--so even the denial is denied Denial is a natural part of the mind’s abilities. However, denial can often prevent us from moving forward and facing the issues we actually need to face. There are several forms of denial and we need to identify and recognize these forms in order to identify and recognize these forms in ourselves. I will now list some of the kinds forms) of denial that a person can have. · SIMPLE DENIAL Pretending that something does not exist when it really does, for instance ignoring & discounting physical symptoms that may indicate the presence of problems. (For instance, the host personality of a programmed multiple will destroy evidence of the existence of any other alter) · MINIMIZING Being willing to acknowledge a problem, but unwilling to see its severity. (For instance, the front alters will acknowledge their ways some past abuse, but they will minimize the extent of the abuse, and they will not acknowledge that the abuse is ongoing) · BLAMING putting the blame on someone else for causing the problem the behavior is not denied, but its cause is someone else’s fault. (Examples, are blaming one’s parents for your adult behavior,
blaming one’s husband or wife for one’s overeating. In terms of programming, an example would be that some alters perceive that other alters are the cause of their problems, but that they are just fine) · EXCUSING Offering excuses, alibis, justifications and other explanations for our own or others behavior. For instance, calling the boss fora friend and telling the boss the person is sick when they are really drunk. (This is a built in mechanism of the mind-control. For instance, an assassination alter will be told that the target they killed deserved to die) · GENERALIZING Dealing with problems on a general level, but avoiding personal and emotional awareness of the situation or conditions. Example is when we might sympathize with a friend’s "flu" problems when the real problem is a drug problem. (Some alters tell the therapist, "I’m not in therapy, the other alter is in therapy" The problem of mind-control is not being addressed as mind-control, the real issue is being disavowalled. Some therapists contribute to this because they don’t understand the dynamics of mind-control, and they mistakingly think that their client is the host alter. They are failing to seethe bigger picture) · DODGING Changing the subject to avoid threatening topics, this includes being adept at small talk, never getting to real issues. (Alters love to talk about nonthreatening issues with their therapists, as great deal of busywork can take place without much progress) · ATTACKING Becoming angry and irritable when reference is made to the existing condition, thus avoiding the issue. This includes being unwilling to share one’s feelings. Page 439 ALL OF US NEED TO SCRUTINIZE OURSELVES--WHAT TYPES OF DENIAL TO WE PRACTICE TO PROTECT OURSELVES FROM WHAT IS PERCEIVED AS PAINFUL Children and even adults will perceive certain new foods as dangerous and painful. They will do anything and make any excuse not to eat what they don’t want to. At times there are legitimate concerns, but in general what is perceived as threatening is not. If the child
ate his broccoli or his peas he would in fact begetting better nutrition. Denial seems to protect us--but often it protects us from what we really need to deal with.