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Posted by: seeking | 2005/05/30

Serenity and dissasociation

In what way if any does a state of serenity and disassociation differ?

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Serenity, being serence, is a pleasant peaceful feeling one may experience in many circumstances, and while fully conscious and in contact with reality. Dissociation is in most instances unhelpful and often unpleasant, and usually not fully voluntary, maybe not even voluntary at all ; and it involves a loss of contact with reality that is usually not helpful.

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Posted by: Ice | 2005/05/30

IMHO: disassociation can be experienced as an unpleasant state, (as well as pleasant, of course) however Serenity is most certainly a pleasant state... and well, you don't need to be in a disassociative state in order to experience serenity.

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