/inˈflāSH(ə)n/: Inflating unreality by a buildup of sensational ideas. The condition where my inner reality overrides my outer reality through increased amounts of emotion affecting both ends of the nervous system. 1) Through positive ideas, thoughts and images that can also be used to soften otherwise unwanted sensations. 2) Through negative ideas, thoughts and images that may have stemmed from suppressed outstanding issues.
Some of my ideas and ideals produce a certain satisfaction, so it’s easy to get addicted to them and hunt for even more sensation. This ‘hunting’, which is second nature, requires my imagination to further enhance or redefine the elements on my mental canvas, thereby ‘inflating’ my unreality with fuel from the positive side of the sensational spectrum. In life, I routinely inflate my unreal world with artificial space, which moves me away from a negative state of mind and towards a more desirable one. Alternatively, I can easily get forced away from a positive state of mind and towards a more undesirable condition.
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