The sleeping beauty metaphor can be seen as a woman living in a world of her own illusions until she falls in love. Love brings a woman back to reality. Love is the awakening from a dream into the real world. A woman escapes from fear into the world of her illusions, and only love, saving her from fear, allows her to return back to reality.
The hero will Wake the Princess by releasing her from the tower of sleep... The coward would lie down next to her and share her nightmare. The hero will save the Princess from the nightmare and take her to him... a coward will ruin everyone.
Frigidity and decreased sexual desire in women is associated with narcissistic regression, withdrawal from reality, dissolution in dreams and the flow of illusions. The life of a sleeping beauty is like a dream. Against the background of self-admiration of internal feelings, interest in external reality falls.
Sleeping beauty is afraid of reality, reality hurts her. To escape from the pain, the beauty blocks the sense of the outside world and falls asleep. External love or internal desire can Wake up the beauty. To Wake up from the inside, you need hope and the memory of Paradise in reality. Next, you need to accept the pain and fear, realizing that it is an illusion, and the beliefs that gave rise to them-a lie.
A proud woman can have the following relationship options... a Weak alcoholic. A strong tyrant. Patronizing order(with such unbearably boring). Someone who tolerates her, but she despises him. Maybe the one who runs away will leave her alone.
A woman needs love. She feels that love is knowledge and patience. And a selfish, proud man doesn't want to know her. Without knowing a woman, a man cannot guess her desires. A man tries to somehow save the relationship, gives some gifts, but everything is not in the subject and everything is not the same. This indicates that he is inattentive and narcissistic. In this situation, the woman intuitively begins to provoke scandals or coldly ignore the man. A woman wants conflict, because war, like love, is a great way to know your enemy.
As long as a woman fights with a man, she loves him. Indifference is the death of love. A scandal is a neurotic conflict, a means of attracting attention. Just as the Moon warms up the magma inside the Earth and provokes the tides, a woman's scandals warm up love in a man's heart. The moon generates volcanic activity on Earth that creates the atmosphere and warms the water. The moon is the cause of life on Earth.
Cleopatra's syndrome is the result of over-love. An over-loved woman becomes an idol. An idol is a drug addict, dependent on love, who sooner or later falls into drug withdrawal. The addict is obsessed with pride and a thirst for power over everything that brings him pleasure.
Syndrome Cinderella is a metaphor for a sleeping Princess who sits in the tower of her dream and waits for either the Prince or the sea of weather. On the other hand, the syndrome Cinderella is ignorance and lack of understanding of the meaning of the story about Cinderella. Real Cinderella woke up and, taking an active position, cunningly won the Prince.
Over-love is too much attention. A person gets used to attention and begins to feel the eternal insufficiency of this attention, try to attract attention, experience pain, sublimate it into anxiety and aggression.
Beautiful people are hungry for power and have a chronic fear of not having enough power. Beautiful women are hard to love, they never get enough attention, they want to attract attention... and this, of course, turns them into nervous and love-dependent drug addicts.
There are different ways to restrain love. You can be scandals and conflicts, you can lower someone else's self-esteem, you can pretend to be a Princess Not funny, but you can arrange a quiet sabotage ... and constantly slip away.
Cleopatra syndrome is a woman's reaction to being overly in love. The lover creates an idol out of a woman and wants to have power over her. The situation creates addiction, withdrawal, fears, conflicts, power struggles, etc.
A man does some feat in the face of a Princess and expects something special from her. The Princess is happy for 10 minutes, but since she can't be happy for a long time, after a while the joy subsides, and the Prince is not enough... the Prince is greedy, the Prince wants more. As a result, the Prince sulks and sits with a lean expression on his face. The Princess feels remorse, that is, fear, it undermines her self-esteem and causes suffering. The situation is terribly annoying to the Princess and she subconsciously tries to somehow resolve the conflict, for example, provoking scandals and running away. It mirrors his bad mood, he even more falls into sadness, the situation quickly falls into a black hole.
Moral: it is not recommended to expect anything from anyone. Feats should be performed for your own joy, not for someone else's. The fastest way to fight with a girl, give her an expensive gift, and then demand universal love from her for it.
The sleeping beauty metaphor is an image of a woman living far from reality, in a world of her own fantasies and illusions. Only love can bring a woman back to reality, forcing her to live here and now.
Neither fish nor meat is a mermaid woman who lives in the depths of her illusions. There is no love in this woman, and therefore she is extremely far from reality. Why is there no love in it? Fear killed her love... monsters and dragons have deprived her of her freedom and imprisoned her in the tower of her illusions, but there is no Prince who would come and save his Princess from fear.
The mermaid is a metaphorical image of a woman who lives forever in the half-sleep of her illusions. Returning to reality causes a woman pain that only love can justify. In the absence of love, a woman is either "neither fish nor meat" or an evil fury going mad with pain and anger.
Entities like sleeping beauty, the little mermaid, the Princess with half a Kingdom, and Jean are all the same. If the Prince wakes up such a Princess with his love, the Princess will fulfill three of his wishes. She can do more if a man grows to perfection and loves her, but if a man deceives her love or stops admiring her with his perfection and strength, the woman will turn into a monster and devour him. Gins in reality are very painful, they get wild from the pain, and only love and beauty can calm them.
It is dangerous to contact touchy people, and even money and material goods do not compensate for this risk. Resentment is a sign of pride, proud people want to rule, their souls are poisoned by anger and contempt for people.
What is the offense? The usual pride and lust for power. Someone doesn't behave the way you want them to, but they don't behave the way you want them to... Scoundrel... Anger and contempt overwhelms the proud man's soul for anyone who does not want to be his slave.
When there is no love in a person, he sleeps, but wants to Wake up. Dreams can be different. If the dream is a nightmare, then the reality will be beautiful. If a dream is Paradise, then reality is like hell. But all these are dreams until you find love, Wake up.
The way a woman eventually turns into a Baba Yaga and is forever "Against everything" is very useful for her children and grandchildren, because more than anything else, children love to do the opposite.
Gin and the little Mermaid are the same metaphor for sleeping beauty, only gin is a sleeping man, and the little mermaid is a sleeping woman. I wondered what would happen if Jean woke the little mermaid. Say, a minus and a minus makes a plus.
It is dangerous for cowards to dream, the dream locks the coward in unreality and fills his life with suffering. For the courageous, on the contrary, it is useful to dream. The dream needs to be realized in reality and loves a hero who can free the Princess imprisoned in the tower of sleep.
An important reason for fear is related to pride. When love, in its desire to merge, enters someone else's territory, it tries to occupy it and build new borders there, introduce its own rules. The occupied territories start a guerrilla war, and this generates fear and anger in the proud.
What are dreams and fantasies? Lies and the powerlessness of consciousness associated with trying to satisfy desires through hallucinations and illusions. In fact, this is a retreat of the Self from the war in reality and the search for an easy way. The unconscious, satisfied with the illusion, removes the demand for desire in reality.