Easing up emotional armor is no cake walk. Some people are dead-set in their ways, so there’s no hope of them easing up. But other people who retain a sense of nature know there’s much more to life. The force of life is strong. Even when people’s emotional armor is so tight and hard that you might think of calling it “anti-life” instead of “armor,” even then the natural power and warmth of life energy has a chance of easing up that restricting, frozen structure.
A person needs an outside boost of life energy from someone who’s free of emotional armor nearby and capable of helping them. Most importantly, outside help provides additional energy. It increases the chances of a patient’s easing up some of the logjam that is restricting their life. A therapist with unarmored eyes can guide the person struggling for health through all the twisted maze of their destructive influences. Essentially, a therapist can sort out the healthy and good aspects to help a person eliminate destructive ways of life. As a result of this work, frozen armor can melt and stay melted. The patient easing up their armor uses the unarmored therapist’s energy like energetic reinforcements for battling anti-life with good, clear-seeing life.
Talk: Helpful or Not?
There’s talk involved, but the most powerful part is silent. Even ordinary talking can block life energy. Useless chitchat protects people from stirring up their way of life. Most importantly, defenses like this create a distance that protects a person from any risk of change. Sometimes a body has to pipe down and stand some quiet. That gives them a chance of easing up their armor. Other talk, like a therapist’s comment that goes to the heart of the matter, can sometimes change a person’s whole life.