- Type: SeFi
- Development: ll--
- Attitude: Seelie
I’m not sure it would help to get rid of it.
We don’t know yet, but one possibility is that the fallen affect is caused when the function emerges to consciousness, by the opening up of some pathways to the unconscious and a lack of proper management of the content that is streaming up to consciousness.
Another theory is that in many cases the fallen affect was there all along and the person just developed more functions to better cope with pre-existing problems not related to function development at all.
In each of these cases, I think making the new function(s) unconscious would not determine a reversal of the fallen affect.
But this is purely hypothetical.
I wonder what @Auburn thinks about it.
It was predicted before by some members that a future trend we will encounter will be people trying to “undevelop” functions. So, it’s good you brought this up.
- This reply was modified 4 months ago by Bera.