I dunno. I think the best course of action for now is to read those recommend books first and then we will hopefully have a better understanding of what happens exactly and what we can do about it.Jones said:Pashalis:
I recognise this sensation at times, and I also recognise the struggle against saying something I perhaps shouldn't. It ain't always easy. Sometimes it wins.After that he also started to notice that when he says something that he shouldn't say that it robs him energy immediately.
I wonder though if this dynamic works in the opposite way for some? I mean if lying actually energises them instead of de-energising them? Or if it's a contextual thing. For example the lies that people tell in order to protect others from harm? Those that were helping to protect the Jews in Nazi Germany as one thing that comes to mind.