Intermittent Explosive Disorder
Intermittent Explosive Disorder (IED) is mental-emotional disorder characterized
by extreme expressions of anger, disproportionate to the situation, often to the
point of uncontrollable rage which only happen intermittently (from time to time).
Intermittent Explosive Disorder is a disease of the less evolved soul. Most
sufferers are in the middle stages of their cycle of karma and reincarnation.
They are learning the lessons of life the hard way: by going through life
consistently making unloving choices and quickly reaping the resulting "bad"
Explosive outbursts are defined as the sufferers
experiencing a murderous level of anger-rage (in other words, during an
outburst, the sufferer experiences enough anger-rage to seriously harm
or even kill the target of their anger-rage). To the IED sufferer, their
explosive outbursts seem totally justified. To those around the IED sufferers,
their explosive outbursts consistently seem very "disproportionate" (and
totally unjustified) to the situation at hand.
Intermittent outbursts are defined as the sufferers
experiencing a murderous level of anger-rage ONLY in situations that "look
and feel" like the "bad" ones from their past. The IED sufferer can really
take control of their anger-rage if they take the time to discern the patterns
that reliably trigger it. Once they know their personal trigger patterns,
they can take steps to diffuse and then eliminate the anger triggers from
The primary cause of IED is abusive treatment during
childhood. The anger-rage that the child experienced - but could not demonstrate
- as a result of the parent's actions/inactions gets stored in their mind. Often
(but not always) the child represses the memory so they can maintain enough of a
good opinion about their parents to keep on living with them. When the child
becomes an adult, the anger-rage is triggered when situations "look and feel"
like the "bad" ones that happened in childhood. Until those original childhood
traumas are healed, the adult will experience "uncontrollable" explosive
Past Life Abuse:
The secondary cause of IED is traumatic, unhealed past
lives. The anger-rage that the past life personality could not express while
alive carries over to the present life seeking to be healed. Almost always the
sufferer cannot remember the past life incidents (physical violence or mental-
emotional abuse) where the anger-rage was created. When situations arise -
during childhood or adulthood - that "look and feel" like the "bad" ones that
happened in past lives, the sufferer is triggered into "uncontrollable" explosive
Intermittent Explosive Disorder is characterized by the following:
- Impulsive control problem, where the bout of aggression is usually
unintentional and unpremeditated.
- Disproportionate reaction to any provocation, whether real or perceived,
(often the sufferer is aware of this).
- Explosive outbursts are usually brief, lasting at a minimum of 20 minutes
and a maximum of 60 minutes.
- Explosive outbursts are often completely inconsistent with the sufferer's
usual character and demeanor.
- Often the sufferers feel (wrongly) that they have absolutely NO control
over their explosive outbursts.
- Infrequently, some sufferers report tension, mood changes, energy changes
before an IED outburst.
- Inability to resist violent impulses and actions, feeling relief (or,
rarely, pleasure) after an IED outburst.
When the life lesson associated with Intermittent Explosive Disorder has
been fully learned and "absorbed" into the person's body-mind-emotions,
the "disempowering" behavior will fall away. Usually this takes several
lives before the person becomes more responsible for the effects of the
causes they have set in motion. Past life healing only helps if they are
close to the end of their cycle of IED.
is in the above descriptions of Intermittent Explosive Disorder.