That means that during childhood when love is offered by our parents, and still later by lovers, we cannot feel it. Repression has blocked our ability to receive input, even if that input is love. That is repression’s purpose: to keep external stimulation from rocking the internal boat.
Arthur Janov: Sex & The Subconscious: Perversions and Diversions in the Realm of the Libido
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