Screaming per se does not have to be accompanied by or triggered by an emotion or feeling, because, as you can investigate for yourself, one can simply scream to call out to someone, for the sake of sharing the sound of your voice or the pleasure of hearing yourself, the sound of yourself within high frequencies, as a matter of self-expression. That also means one does not know what the person is experiencing and what the motivation is in a particular moment, so one doesn't in fact know whether it is motivated by emotion and it is irrelevant for who you are in relationship to the person. It is important to remain with yourself here, to not go into a judgment of 'he's screaming based on a reaction on an emotion and that is bad, so I will not listen to it'. Here you can ask yourself whether you want to protect yourself from the outflow of emotion as a scream, or what it is that caused you to react, what were the thoughts/feelings/emotions that actually directed you in this moment of deciding against this band - was there a fear of a specific emotion or feeling? That would be cool to look into.One band had lots of screaming now screaming in itself tells me that the person is allowing them self to give into their emotion by acting on them and screaming lyrics.
because I'm aware of what is going on here
Why not enjoy sex with a partner who agrees to explore physical intimacy too? There's nothing wrong with enjoying the pleasures of sex as long as it doesn't compromize oneself or any other living being. You might like to check out the eqafe series 'What is Sex' and 'Relationship Success Support' in this connection: https://eqafe.com/series/6-what-is-sex and https://eqafe.com/series/27-relationshi ... ss-support. So in this context you can have a closer look at why you were/are willing to accept not to enjoy sex and who you are in relationship to this point.Now sex and sexual relationships are all about pleasure seeking. Sex in itself is for human creation and that's it. It is not about the pleasure at all.
Yes, this is a point that is definitely not cool. Since we are a part of this sex exploitation and profitting from abuse - system, it is important to see how we are indirectly or directly participating in it, acquiescing to it or simply just judging it in our minds and not changing anything. Is our attention maybe captured by such images or ideas, in commercials, where we then consider buying such clothes or in magazines and erotic films, where we decide to masturbate with such images in our heads making whole fantasies based on them? Here we can self-investigate, apply self-forgiveness and stop and change ourselves.But this is what is conveyed in the music is a lot of sexual exploitation and just abuse of sex
The same with drugs. Where and how do we try to avoid ourselves and the reality around us - our responsibility. And how does one acquiesce to or even inadvertently participate in abusing life to profit or get an energy high within/as this money/energy system we've made this world into?Other songs were about drugs. Drugs abuse in itself is all about giving one a high or pleasure or feeling
I understand your choice of not wanting to listen to this kind of music. The suggestion here is one of self-support where you can investigate who you are within it all as part of the whole/the system that finds its fallout in/as such manifestations.I choose not to listen to it because I'm aware of what these people are doing. I don't want to test myself for reactions if I already know what is going on.
Even if I choose not to react ( which I will choose not to react in situations to the best I can) other people will surely react and accept and allow such feelings reactions and emotions to occur and I simply don't have the ability to tell these people to STOP
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