The Emotion of Over Sympathetic is related with our Spleen and Stomach meridians and organs, in connection to Earth among the Five Element Theory.
The negative emotion of Over Sympathetic resides among the emotions that human’s experience, however, mostly undetected. The intellect can only identify a limited amount of emotions, such as, sadness, fear, anger, grief, and joy. Hundreds of sub-emotions are unidentifiable, although are active within the subconscious of the emotional reality. The emotion of Over Sympathetic correlates with a group of fifteen different negative emotions that correlates with the Stomach and Spleen meridians and organs. The emotional reality experiences Over Sympathetic ninety percent and the other thirteen emotions ten percent; however, all fifteen negative emotions can participate and perform in relation to one another within a merry-go-round fashion.
The emotion of Over Sympathetic initiates a catch twenty-two formula. A variety of different circumstances can produce the emotion of over sympathetic. Different forms of injustice, corruption, abuse of power, abuse of others, and the common view of the world can manufacture the gambit of the emotions related with the spleen and stomach meridians and organs. A common scenario is the individual becomes overly sympathetic from observing harsh injustice within a different country. A Westerner from a first world country, easily, can cultivate an imbalanced condition of over sympathetic from an observation of a poor third world country.
The emotion of over sympathetic shadows egotism that generates an individualized low self esteem. The Ego produces the delusional context of change. The individual ego thrives on feeling special and control, however a complete delusion from reality. Immediately when the ego creates its delusional context, which the individual is not aware of, the catch twenty-two will eventually complete its circle that generates negative emotions that congests the individuals emotional reality.
The observation of injustice within different types of situations can produce an outlook to modify, concerning culture, religion, mind-set, or government, which stems from the fanciful delusion of the ego. Thus, the individual will feel special because their own culture perceives to be functional and superior. Henceforth, the individual may experience a sense of control, an expanded importance of self, and an obsessive motivation from pursuing an impossible change steaming from a genuine compassion. Therefore, the genuine motivation of concern easily produces imbalanced negative emotions because the egocentric perceptions of change are false and a delusion. Eventually, the individual will realize there is no hope of change, simultaneously; the false power of the ego begins to play the victim through a host of negative emotions.
The negative context of Over Sympathetic, in addition to the related emotions within the group of the spleen and stomach, can cause a detrimental catch twenty-two effect.
The realization of harsh conditions of a country in poverty can be daunting at first sight. After the ego produces its delusion, the individual slides into some despair, and a feeling of hopelessness. The individual may feel stifled because of a lack of control, in addition to being disgusted over the dark reality of the world. Henceforth, the person’s level of worry might increase, and nervousness may present itself because of a hopeless situation and the reality that “God” is distant and aloof toward dire situations
Low Self-Esteem pairs with Over Sympathetic that the subconscious and emotional reality experiences ninety percent. Consequently, the individual remains within a catch twenty-two without an any escape from the bondage of the negative fixated emotions—the catch twenty-two of the related emotions causes a detrimental effect.
The abundance of humanity that experiences a Low Self-Esteem is staggering. The individual becoming Overly Sympathetic from external circumstances that are beyond repair will only create congested emotional baggage and a positioned nature—dogmatically—believing their culture, religion or spiritual beliefs, or mind-set is superior. An imbalanced core belief generates grief upon the individual that additionally lowers the self-esteem.
If the individual cannot recognize the spiral that the ego is fabricating, then the individual self-esteem of the inner person cannot recover. However, the delusion of the ego will elevate the human intellect to a false sense of self-assurance that continues the catch twenty-two.