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  1. As you point out not all our responses are projections.

    It may be needed to vomit what we have swallowed (introjections) rather than eating what we have projected.

    Our irritation and anger can alert us to what is important and precious to us.

    Thanks for this post – it is a very important issue I think: to find what are our projections and our real responses.

  2. For a wonderful practice which helps us to recognise our own projections and work with them, look at http://www.thework.com

    The Work of Byron Katie is all based on what we project onto others, and is a wonderful method of self discovery using those projections.

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