Moderator: Bonnie Jean Mitchell
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FEAR of Ridicule from people we trust can be very traumatizing to us, especially when we are reaching out for help. Sometimes, the ridicule is worse than the actual alien abduction! Have you experienced ridicule from talking about your alien abduction or UFO experience?
A regression under hypnosis did not reveal to me an abduction experience but rather an encounter with exchange of information.
I tried to share the proof of the existence of these beings but some stay quiet without saying anything and others insist on talking about other things.
I don't know if this discomfort comes from the evolution of our societies over time or we are biologically programmed to want to remain ignorant. And when such an experience happens to us, we automatically become deprogrammed?
I have a friend who was in the US army and to whom I briefly told my experiences. She wasn't interested in discussing this topic. I insisted humorously to finally find out that at the age of 4 to 25 she was regularly abducted by 7ft Gray's in their triangular vessels.
It's not something you can bring up with people in a simple conversation. There must be a special atmosphere of trust...
Mic, the free spirit
Yes, it seems that some people, even after having contact experiences, will not talk about them.
They are more comfortable ignoring the subject and keeping it tucked in the back of their mind where they do not have to deal with it.
And there is also a "complacency" that sets in where people sometimes "forget" important topics and replace them with mundane existence. It could partly be a self-preservation tactic but I also think it is part of the mind control/programming we deal with constantly.
I have tried to point out important topics to people...things like not trusting the government and they will agree with me. They know something is wrong but they will actually say, "I don't want to think about that. I know something is not right but I can't go there." That would take them out of their artificial comfort zone and make them do the difficult work of sifting through the details and facing the truth.
Most of the time, if people cannot explain an event that happened to them, they are more comfortable trying to dismiss it to just go on with life.
Yes, there definitely needs to be an air of trust when we speak with people about alien abduction and contact experiences.
Even here, at the Alien Abduction Help Forum, many people will join the community and stay quietly in the shadows just to feel like they are part of something helpful to them but safe in not adding to the discussion. That is okay with me. I know it is helping people. We all just need to get past the trauma and the ridicule and open up about our experiences so we can help each other heal.
Many Blessings, Bonnie