Something I read in 'The Divided Mind' today provided some clarity. I've been muddled trying to sort out what may be behind the repressed emotions (although I think that is becoming clearer) and how to then 'deal' with them. It seems a bit daunting as so many thoughts, Memories, situations and reflections glow from the introspection. Douglas Hoffman states (in Chapter 9 STRUCTURAL PAIN OR PSYCHOSOMATIC PAIN): "Not only is it not possible to directly access these emotions, but it is not necessary for successful treatment for most individuals. Successful treatment requires one to simply acknowledge that these painful, unpleasant, often threatening emotions exist. It is not necessary to "figure them out." Treatment is about acknowledging their existence, not changing them." Those observations simplify it all for me and I think prior to this TMS occurrence I was able to do that without thinking about it...probably because significant triggers were not present. So...get a handle on the triggers and back to normal.