For those who are prone to violent or abusive behaviour, for those who keep themselves under strict control, who resort to dogmatic views as a defence against an urge, whether conscious or unconscious, to violence. Many have an innate fear of their own potential violence. Mothers know the pitch of exhaustion and desperation to which they can be driven by infants or toddlers in a nuclear society where they are unnaturally isolated. Modern life sometimes causes unbearable stress which can force violent emotions to erupt to the surface. While such urges are judged, feared and denied, they will continue to exist in the dark recesses of the personality or be projected outward to manifest through others in one's reality. This essence facilitates the owning and acceptance of these aspects of the self, drawing them out of shadow consciousness, and allowing them to be transmuted.