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 White Anguish

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Anguish is a state of psychic unrest that we experience when with no reason we worry too much about the possibility that something we feared about happens, over which we have no control. And, in case it happens, we consider it terrible.

Panic attacks cause great discomfort, strongly modifying the perception of our body and the environment. The intense fear we feel is accompanied by many of the somatic and cognitive symptoms of anxiety:

Palpitations, shortness of breath or shortness of breath, tightness, chest discomfort, nausea, unsteadiness, dizziness or fainting, feeling of unreality, derealization, or depersonalization - fear of losing control or going crazy, fear of dying, accompanied by chills and hot flashes .


The concern that triggers anguish is entirely personal; each person generates and lives his own anguish.

With White Anguish each person has carte blanche to imagine and live their own anguish. This can be a terrible thing because of the level of imagination that we can achieve, anything is possible.

White Anguish consists of two white boxes - cabinets - coffins and wavy shape. They will be always installed in a white space, facing each other. When the person enters into a box will be facing the other box that will serve as a reflection of the space it occupies.

White Anguish customer has the opportunity to live the anguish in his/her life, but it also presents the possibility of continuing distress in death.

THERAPEUTIC INDICATION: Stimulation of all kinds of anguish.