into a state of equilibrium within sleep.
6.26 When you woke from your equilibrium, you felt a sense of insecurity
(the equilibrium now divided into mental and emotional awareness),
you remembered that mother and milk created a fulfilment
of needy insecurity, and so again, you cried.
Your needs were fulfilled.
it was not yet feeding time and you were left to cry for a while.
6.27.1 This built up an awareness that needs were not always
satisfied immediately and you would have to adapt.
6.27.2 You either chose anger and cried more vigorously
– or lapsed into acceptance.
6.28 Your choice of reaction depended on the characteristics
of ego-drive imprinted in your consciousness at birth.
to cry for what you want to make you happy
or reject what makes you sad,
you would be in a limbo of nothingness.
6.30 If you did not run when faced with danger
or did not call for help when in danger – you might die.
6.30.1 If you had not cried – demanded food – when you were born,
you might have starved.
6.31 If you had not welcomed mothers milk and nuzzled her warmly,
you might never have developed a close caring bond with her.
6.32 Without the E
no individuality, no fulfilment of need, no protection,
no warmth of response and no human love.
6.33 Without the E
no self-protection, no survival.