DRAMATIZATION, 1. to repeat in action what has happened to one in experience. That’s a basic definition of it, but much more important, it’s a replay now of something that happened then. It’s being replayed out of its time and period. (SH Spec 72, 6607C28) 2. the duplication of an engramic content, entire or in part, by an aberree in his present time environment. Aberrated conduct is entirely dramatization. The degree of dramatization is in direct ratio to the degree of restimulation of the engrams causing it. (DTOT, p. 74) 3. complete dramatization is complete identity. It is the engram in full force in present time with the aberree taking one or more parts of the dramatis personae present in the engram. (DTOT, p. 75) 4. thinking or acting in a manner that is dictated by masses or significances contained in the reactive mind. When dramatizing, the individual is like an actor playing his dictated part and going through a whole series of irrational actions. (PXL Gloss)
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