We need to have desires and try to satisfy them, but not quite. We need to have frustrations that desires never go away.
Beware lest thing one of these days we run out some frustration!
I repeat in other words for this idea goes against common sense:We fight vigorously cancellation of our desires!, Do not let someone run out unfulfilled desires!,Treat, courtesy moderate, who, day by day, are determined to frustrate!
If you believe you understood the previous proclamation read on because I will justify why we should not give up the frustrations own and others.
There is a painting technique that involves the generation of images that, at first glance, seem a thing, but if we look closely we find that are handled differently. Wikipedia explains it well (1).
In the case of defending the total dissatisfaction of desire occurs similar to the above painting technique: first we are defending the frustration but simultaneously we have to fight it, but without making it disappear altogether.
I say this in another way: we need to have desires for our body is provided with the vital energy we need to be alive, energetic, enthusiastic, but we achieve these benefits (enthusiasm, for example), when we try to satisfy that desire, but of course if we try to cancel it entirely know that the cancellation of that desire will lead us apathy, boredom, one feeling depressed, sad, without enthusiasm.
The situation is ambivalent and can understand if, and only if, tolerate living with ambivalence, with the contradiction.
The figure of the image depicts a wooden construction, if we look carefully we can realize your real existence is impossible. Something similar happens with this administration 's desire: we must try to cancel it, but yes: never completely.
Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): Deseos y frustraciones.
(Este es el Artículo Nº 2.058)