I find that [letting go of the (im)possible worlds where I’m not trapped] helps reframe/dissolve the feeling of trappedness.
However, that kind of letting go often feels like paying a large price. E.g. in case of sensory overload it can feel like giving up on having any sense of control over reality/sensory-input whatsoever.
Seconded (after working with this concept-handle for a day). This here seems to be the exact key for (dis)solving the way my brain executes self-deception (clinging, attachment, addiction,).
(I’m noticing that in writing this, my brain is fabricating an option that has all the self-work results I envision, without any work required)