Suppression of sorrow

It is well known that the body can suppress pain and sorrow.   These are retained primarily in the muscles.  We also know, from Eugene Gindlin’s (sp?) “Focusing” the idea of microexpressions.  And from Travell, trigger points and taut muscles.   These are inconsistent with the idea that vocal structure is correct to begin with.  

It is these suppressed body pains that cause interference and can cause sublimation.

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