Chinese Association of Idaho State University (CAISU)
Depressive phases may last several weeks before strongSuper Memory Formula emotions from childhood break through. It is almost as if the depression has held back the effect.What happens to the mind under these circumstances? As we know, the mind within its intrinsic nature, tries to attach meaning to all feeling and feeling to all meaning (one without the other cannot exist without disruption in the human being). Therefore what happens in the>> 'Polo effect'?
The mind experiences a void where it cannot find meaning or feeling, ultimately causing mental anguish and emotional panic.Initially, time passes and the image of the "black hole"(a visual image of the solar plexus possibly) caused by the "Polo effect", becomes defined in the imagination, within the state of consciousness, waiting for an answer/explanation. At this point, there can be none, because in a sense the body has disowned the material that has emerged from the emotional/body, (The solar plexus) closing down the connection with the mind.
At this point, the imbalance sets in. Memory Loss as an example for equation. Emotion and memory are without question linked and because a memory is usually an emotion linked with an image a lot of the images may be in the short term faint due to pushing out quantities of emotion. There are two polarities in this equation. This might be a great deal of imagery with no emotion or a great deal of emotion with no imagery. The first we might determine as a psychosis and the second as some level of neurosis.
If we try to defend the 'Polo effect' by introducing psychotropic drugs of some description, trying to re-align body and mind, we are in effect increasing the 'Polo effect' because the distribution of thought and feeling becomes muddled by externalising treatment. The internal imbalance/chaos is the point at which the process needs to begin.