Says – 278 – The Unseen Role of Denial

Whenever I go shopping and am cashing out, I hear the same robotic message from the cashier as they greet the customers in front of me.

“Hi, How are you?”
The customer smiles and relies, “Fine, and you/”
The cashier says, “Fine. Nice day isn’t it” – or something to that effect.

This is how people set themselves up to carry on being in denial of how they really feel.. Sure, it’s a socially acceptable custom and tradition, but that doesn’t mean it is right, real, or loving. This is part and parcel of the unseen role of denial that literally sucks the life out of us.

The FINE picture is another aspect of the unseen role of denial, and how we unconsciously live our lives as a lie.