Perception and necessity of pain
Updated: Feb 18, 2020
I had a conversation with my wonderful sister Piara about a picture she found on the internet on the other day. We, two, had different impressions about it and it triggered my interest if may the picture call out something personal from our unconscious. I ran a pilot test just like a kind of Rorschard-test. I have to add that I am not an expert in Rorschard-test analysis either, but I was very interested in the results.
Our theory was that the interpretation of the picture depends on the individual personal-development/background experiences etc.
I believe that the picture has a hidden (in-built) trigger to provoke the 'core wound' or so called 'separation wound'.
Our hypothesis, that the interpretation can go more than 2 different ways were supported straight away by the first three responses.
I was amazed by the interest the post received in couple of hours. The honesty and openness went beyond all my expectations.
The picture we are speaking about is the second picture attached to this post. It is a woman facing a man, hugging him while he putting or pulling feather out or to her back.
My first impression was cruelty came from the 'dangerous looked' sting under the woman's skin and there were others confirming my feelings towards it and expressed that the way the man putting the feather under the woman skin is a painful procedure. There were others who still expressed the feeling of pain and hurt but the direction was the opposite and they claimed that the feather was pulling out and not putting in. In that way it can be seen that the man removing the 'angel-kind' from the woman and it caused pain.
There were others who claimed that the picture has a clear meaning to backstabbing somebody, the man may be a cheater.
It was also claimed that the picture is an expression of Narcissistic and Empath relationship, or the expression of sadomasochism.
The summary of the 'painful impression' version expressed that either pulling or putting in, it is an impression of intruding to the other soul and make her be something she does not want to be.
But... there were others with different kinds of view...
There were the ones claiming that it is the expression of pure love where the man helps the woman finding her way back to Heaven, and again here the feather represent the angel-kind.
It was also claimed that the picture express that love gives wings, where feather representing freedom and