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Psicoativo | Podcast de Psicologia
Felicidade como ilusão x Felicidade como emoção

Psicoativo | Podcast de Psicologia

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 10:15


Nesse episódio falo sobre a felicidade como ilusão, felicidade como emoção, esteira hedônica, uma pesquisa interessante sobre felicidade com pessoas paraplégicas e pessoas que ganharam na loteria, temperamento e personalidade, dinheiro e psicobiologia/neurociências. O conteúdo Felicidade como ilusão x Felicidade como emoção aparece primeiro em Universo da Psicologia.

FALTER Radio
Machthaber - #831

FALTER Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 38:14


Was macht Herrschaft mit uns und den Mächtigen und wie reagiert das Theater. Eine launige Diskussion über Van der Bellen, Canetti und Freud sowie Putin und Nero. Zu hören sind Essayist Franz Schuh und Kulturwissenschaftler Wolfgang Müller-Funk mit Theaterleiterin Anna Maria Krassnigg. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Portals of Perception
035 - The Healing Journey: A Neurobiological Shamanic Psychotherapy

Portals of Perception

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 84:54


The pursuit of mental health and a deeper understanding of the mysterious workings of the human mind can be traced back thousands of years, through cultures around the world. A new approach to treating trauma and mental health issues is finding success by combining the knowledge of modern neuroscience and therapy, with the insights and practices of Indigenous teachers and shaman. Kim Barta is an internationally known psychotherapist, coach, spiritual guide, and speaker. His groundbreaking techniques in healing serious trauma are based on years of research and experience with treating mental health issues in a variety of cultures and communities. His approach is grounded in the science of neurobiology and memory to help illuminate and heal the "shadows" – the unconscious mental and emotional blockages that prevent our growth and happiness. Join Aviv Shahar and Kim Barta for The Healing Journey: A Neurobiological Shamanic Psychotherapy. KEY TAKEAWAYS 04:36 – Aviv welcomes with Kim Barta to share his recent projects and to engage in a rich discussion on today's topic, The Healing Journey A Neurobiological Shamanic Psychotherapy08:35 – The most challenging and most joyous aspects of Kim's work as a psychotherapist10:26 – Healing rapidly in psychotherapy15:53 – What inspired Kim to pursue this line of work19:19 – Shamanic Psychotherapy and ‘shadow work,' explained25:59 – The developmental journey, including first, second, third, and fourth-person perspectives37:30 – Understanding trauma40:35 – Kim's thoughts on the current state of our society46:06 – Kim discusses the concept of a ‘shadow crash' and the capacity of recovery52:34 – The emergence of sexism and classism56:10 – The transition from The Agrarian Age to The Axial Age1:00:49 – Mental health throughout human history1:04:34 – The search for peak experience1:07:35 – The Middle Ages to the Renaissance and the Enlightenment1:11:25 – The Industrial Revolution1:15:42 – System Thinking Process1:18:47 – Final thoughts and offerings from Kim TWEETABLE QUOTES “Interestingly, what I find most challenging is working with people who are steeped in psychotherapy because they have this belief system that it has to take a long time. They have this belief system that you can't change rapidly. If I get people who are not too steeped in modern psychotherapy, I can get incredibly rapid change. And that's really fun and exciting.” (08:55) (Kim)“This is really common for me. I move people from a place of trauma to a place of ecstasy, or aliveness, or a spiritual awakening, in one session, very commonly.” (12:05) (Kim)“I think any healing journey does include development, but they don't necessarily need to understand that it does.” (27:50) (Kim)“‘Shadow crash' is a term that I created that identifies that we move from a later developmental level to an early developmental level.” (46:56) (Kim)“Resilience is the ability to stay there no matter the crash. Recovery is the ability that, once you crash, how fast can you come back up, how far can you come back up? I like to distinguish that, because it's really important in terms of working with people because they might have a lot of resiliency, but they might not be able to recover once that resiliency is broken.” (51:03) (Kim)“In Egypt we have examples of understanding mental health issues and how to treat mental health issues. And some of them include dream interpretation, which is something that Freud got all his accolades for just a hundred and fifty years ago.” (1:04:02) (Kim)“We see the systems thinking in Shamanic healing techniques and strategies and how they do it. Yes, we're integrating cognition, emotion, spirituality, and culture all at the same time. I can't heal the individual without healing the society. As soon as I heal the individual, I'm healing the society. And I have to heal the society to heal the individual too.” (1:17:46) (Kim)“One of the things we can do is take a look at how, even though the ancient traditions had ideas for mental health and mind-body healing, the storylines around them are different. One of the things that came to prominence with Freud was the storyline of mental health being a secular, scientific endeavor. And how do we really look at it from a scientific, objective perspective? That was an important thing to add, even though I think a lot of the ancient traditions had the information but I don't know how much of it was really studied from a scientific perspective. I think a lot of it was trial-and-error. They were observative, they would explore and observe, but now we're gonna move into an era of ‘Now we're gonna scientifically study this as a community.' And, when that happens, we get warp speed growth.” (1:21:03) (Kim) RESOURCES MENTIONED Portals of Perception WebsiteAviv's LinkedIn Aviv's TwitterAviv's WebsiteKim Barta's LinkedIn

Love is the Message: Dance, Music and Counterculture
LITM Extra - Music and Marxism pt.2 [excerpt]

Love is the Message: Dance, Music and Counterculture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 12:40


This is a excerpt of a patrons-only episode. To become a patron from just £3pcm, visit Patreon.com/LoveMessagePod. In the concluding episode of the mini-series, Jeremy completes his account of those Marxist academics and thinkers whose work either makes reference to music or can be brought to bear on it. Picking up in the 1950s, we hear about ways of understanding music's autonomous capacity to affect people's bodies and make them feel, desublimation, Structuralism and it's descendents, and vibe. Jeremy touches on the writing of Bloch, Marcuse, Freud, Barthes and Kristeva, as well as staples of the show Deleuze and Guattari. We hear about the 'grain' of the voice, the difference between the meaning and the material aspects of song, and finally return to the big question: what drives historical change? Tracklist: Pete Seeger - Which Side Are You On? Ewan McColl & Peggy Seeger - The Shoals of Herring The Grateful Dead - Birdsong Books, articles etc: #ACFM Podcast on folk music: https://novaramedia.com/2021/05/08/acfm-microdose-jeremy-gilbert-on-folk-music/ Ernst Bloch - The Spirit of Utopia Herbert Marcuse - One Dimensional Man Herbert Marcuse - Eros and Civilisation Sigmund Freud - Civilization and its Discontents Roland Barthes - Mythologies Roland Barthes - The Grain of the Voice Julia Kristeva - Revolutions in Poetic Language Deleuze & Guattari - Anti-Oedipus Deleuze & Guattari - A Thousand Plateaus Jeremy Gilbert - 'Becoming Music: The Rhizomatic Moment of Improvisation' in Deleuze and Music Buchanan & Swiboda (Eds) Jaques Attali - Noise

Métamorphose, le podcast qui éveille la conscience
#341 Frédéric Lenoir : Le désir, une philosophie pour vivre aux éclats !

Métamorphose, le podcast qui éveille la conscience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 65:08


Anne Ghesquière reçoit dans Métamorphose Frédéric Lenoir, philosophe, sociologue et écrivain. « Le désir est l'essence de l'homme » nous dit-il et pour éclairer ce chemin philosophique, il a passé au crible nos « désir-manque », « désir-puissant » ou « désir-joie », nos élans de vie et nos illusions pulsionnelles dans son dernier livre « Le désir, une philosophie » aux éditions Flammarion. Avec lui, parlons de nos désirs, de cette force puissante qui mobilise le corps, le cœur et l'esprit mais aussi de nos plaisirs et passions, ces désirs qui nous mettent parfois à terre. Alors comment faire pour « vivre aux éclats » et réorienter nos désirs afin de mieux cultiver l'énergie vitale associée ? Et que vaudrait une vie sans désirs ? De Platon à Spinoza en passant par Bouddha, Aristote, Niettzsche, Bergson, René Girard, Freud, Jésus ou Jung, Frédéric Lenoir va nous aider à y voir plus clair. Un épisode brillant ! Épisode #341Avec Frédéric Lenoir j'aborderai les thèmes suivants (extrait des questions) :De quel désir est né ce livre ?Quelle première définition peut-on donner du désir ?Pouvez-vous nous en dire plus sur Eros, Philia et Agapè, 3 mots pour différentes dimensions de l'amour et un type de désir ?Vous citez les scientifiques et études en neurosciences sur le striatum, cette partie du cerveau qui nous pousse à une forme de désir sans limiteComment faire la différence entre nos désirs mimétiques, de convoitise et l'inspiration ?Quand on parle du désir, doit on aussi parler de donner un sens à sa vie ?Et le désir dans l'amour et la sexualité ?Qui est mon invité de la semaine, Frédéric Lenoir ?Frédéric Lenoir est philosophe, sociologue et écrivain. Docteur de l'École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales et auteur d'une cinquantaine d'ouvrages traduits en plusieurs langues. Il écrit aussi pour le théâtre, la télévision et la bande dessinée. Il préside l'association SEVE, Savoir Être et Vivre Ensemble, qui déploie des ateliers de philosophie avec les enfants. « Le désir, une philosophie » est paru aux éditions Flammarion.Quelques citations du podcast avec Frédéric Lenoir : "L'absence de désir c'est ce qu'aujourd'hui on appelle la dépression." "La créativité est ce qui nous connecte à notre élan vital." "Continuons de cultiver le désir et si on obtient pas ce qu'on veut, c'est pas grave."Rejoignez-nous sur notre nouveau site Internet et abonnez-vous à notre Newsletter https://www.metamorphosepodcast.com/ Soutenez notre podcast en rejoignant dès maintenant la Tribu MétamorphoseRetrouvez Métamorphose, le podcast qui éveille la conscience sur Apple Podcast / Spotify / Google Podcasts / Deezer / YouTube / SoundCloud / CastBox/ TuneIn.Suivez l'actualité des épisodes Métamorphose Podcast sur Instagram, découvrez l'invité de la semaine et des surprises ;-)InstagramFacebookPhoto DR Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Interior Integration for Catholics
IIC 99 Why We Catholics Reject God's Love for Us and How to Embrace that Love

Interior Integration for Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 92:30


Summary -- It is so common for Catholics (and others) to reject the love of God, to not let that love in.  Join Dr. Peter for this episode where we explore in depth the eight natural, human formation reasons why we refuse God's love. We also look at what Hell really is and why it really exists.  Through examples, quotes, and an exploration of Dr. Peter's own parts, listen to how this critical, central topic comes alive.  And then Dr. Peter presents the an action plan for accepting and embracing God's love.   Lead-in “It's very hard for most of us to tolerate being loved.” ―Psychiatrist and Harvard Professor  George Vaillant (need description)  The Hardest Thing about love for many of us Catholics -- is to be loved.  To tolerate being loved first.  We can't love unless we take love in first.  We can't generate love out of nothing on our own, we don't have that power.     Many Catholics make sacrifices great and small in an attempt to love others.   Many Catholics go to great lengths to try to please God and to love their neighbor -- very busy people, most parishes have a few of these -- always volunteering, working, making things happen, St. Vincent de Paul, soup kitchens, corporal works of mercy -- working so hard to live out the Gospel as they understand it, but it's all external -- they are very out of touch with their internal lives.  Their prayer lives are shallow and sketchy and they are uncomfortable in their own skin and they will not tolerate silence.   The vast majority of us Catholics will not tolerate being loved deeply or fully.  We shy away from receiving love.  We get so uncomfortable, we skirt around the edges of being loved Or we allow love into us only so far.  Only so far.  We won't let real love permeate all of our being.  We let the quote acceptable unquote parts of us be loved, those parts we allow in our shop window.  Those parts we believe others will accept.   But to allow someone to love all of you -- your nasty parts, your shameful parts, your disgusting parts, your hidden leper parts, your sinful parts -- those tax collector parts, your inner prostitutes and blasphemers, your Pharisee parts, the parts of you that are so lost and so isolated and so angry and hateful?  Those parts?  Most of us will say -- No way -- no way does anyone get to see those parts if I can help it, let alone love those parts.  How about your terrified parts, your desperate parts, your wounded, traumatized parts, the ones no one wants, the parts of you that have been rejected by everybody, including yourself.  This podcast is for us Catholics who understand at least intellectually that we have those parts.  And that those parts need to be loved.  Those parts also need to be redeemed.   For anyone out there who is saying "Well, I don't think I have any parts like that, Dr. Peter. I don't have any problems being loved."  My response to that is one of two possibilities -- either you are: 1 -- A very special person, who has been freed from our fallen human condition and you've achieved an extraordinary degree of perfection in the natural and spiritual realms -- and if so, congratulations to you.  You don't need this podcast and you don't need this episode, you are so far above the rest of us.  I'm in awe of you.  You don't need what I have to offer.   Or 2 -- you don't know yourself very well.  You are out of touch with yourself and your parts, disconnected inside.   It's especially hard for us to tolerate being loved by God.  That's the primary reason we don't love God back and we don't love our neighbor and we don't love ourselves. We won't be loved first.  God loved us first.   It all starts with God's love -- not our love.  God loved us first.   Heisman Trophy Winner Tim Tebow in his Book Shaken  “We were created by Love, in love, and for love.”   Paul tells us in Romans 5:8  But God shows his love for us in that while we were yet sinners Christ died for us.    God loved us first.   1 John 3:1 See what love the Father has given us, that we should be called children of God; and so we are. The reason why the world does not know us is that it did not know him. The world does not know God.  Christianity is the way to discover who God actually is.  To discover what Love actually is.   John tells us in 1 John 4:9-10 In this the love of God was made manifest among us, that God sent his only Son into the world, so that we might live through him. In this is love, not that we loved God but that he loved us and sent his Son to be the expiation for our sins.  This is what I want you to remember.  From St. John, 1 John 4:19:  St. John tells us:  We love because he first loved us  And it's up to us to take that love in, to let it reach to every corner of our being.  That doesn't sound easy.  And it's not as easy as it sounds.    Intro I am Dr. Peter Malinoski, a.k.a. Dr. Peter, clinical psychologist, trauma therapist, podcaster, blogger, cofounder and president of Souls and Hearts -- but most of all I am a beloved little son of God, a passionate Catholic who wants to help you to experience the height and depth and breadth and warmth and the light of the love of God, especially God the Father and our primary Mother Mary. What I want for you more than anything else is that you enter into a deep, intimate, personal, loving relationship with the three Persons of the Trinity and with our Lady. That is what this Interior Integration for Catholics podcast is all about, that is what Souls and Hearts is all about – all about shoring up the natural foundation for the spiritual life of intimacy with God, all about overcoming the natural human formation deficits and obstacles to contemplative union with God our Father and our Lady, our Mother  We are on an adventure of love together. Episode 94 of this podcast focused on the primacy of love in the Catholic life. Episode 95 focused on trauma's devastating impact on our capacity to love. Episode 96 discussed how trauma hardens us against being loved. Episode 97 discussed how trauma predisposes us to self-hatred and indifference, a refusal to love ourselves.  And episode 98, the last episode was all about ordered self-love, how we need to love ourselves in an ordered way in order to love God and neighbor, to carry out the two great Commandments. Today were to take a step back were to look at the most critical prerequisite for loving God and others. We are going to discuss being loved the first, accepting the love of God first. This is absolutely essential. The most critical mistake that most Catholics make is to refuse the love of God. Let me say that again.  The most critical mistake, the most devastating, catastrophic mistake that most Catholics make is to refuse to allow God's love to transform us entirely, to make us into new men and women.  Let us start out with The order of Loves God leads with love -- he goes first.  God makes the first move.  He moves toward us, we who He created, and who have fallen from grace because of original sin.  We don't make the first move.  God does.  He loved us first, and he continues to love us first  Sean Mitchell -- We Love Because He First Loved Us -- Those Catholic Men.   “We love because he first loved us” (1 John 4:19).  These words from the first letter of John beautifully and succinctly sum up the origin and end of the Christian life—which, in a word, is love.  “Being Christian,” said Benedict XVI, “is…the encounter with an event, a person, which gives life a new horizon and a decisive direction” (Benedict XVI, Deus Caritas Est, 1).  That “encounter” is our experience of God “first loving us.”  The “new horizon” that it opens up, the “decisive direction” that it gives to our lives, is love—our love of God and our neighbor because of His prior love of us.  To participate in that endless exchange of love is what it means to be a Christian.  It is the center from which all other aspects of the Christian life emanate.  I fear that a significant number of Catholic men miss this point and regard something other than love as the central point of being a follower of Christ. What I did not include from Benedict's quote above is what he says being Christian is not.  It is not, he says, “the result of an ethical choice or a lofty idea” (Benedict XVI, Deus Caritas Est).  To state that more generally, being Christian isn't primarily about my will or my intellect and what I do with them (i.e., make “ethical choices” and assent to “lofty ideas”).  Rather, it is first and foremost about my heart, my whole person in all its mystery, and what has been done to it by God.  Is it not the case, though, that so many of us fail to understand this?  If we're honest with ourselves, I think we would have to admit that it is, that we ourselves are among those men who place something other than love at (or at least close to) the center of our “Christian” life…even if we don't realize it. Comment on this Edward Vacek:  Love, Human and Divine: The Heart of Christian Ethics.  The sequence in loving and being loved.    (1) God affirms us; (2) God receives us; (3) we accept God's love; (4) we affirm God; (5) God forms community with us; (6) we cooperate with God in loving God in the world; and finally (7) we grow in a limited co-responsibility with God. p. 177 Genesis 3.   The trauma of original sin.   God comes looking for them -- God seeks them out -- hiding, fleeing from him in their shame and confusion and bitterness, in the trauma of original sin.   God calls out to them -- example of His gentleness.   No cursing of Adam and Eve.  The serpent is cursed, the ground is cursed.  Not Adam and Eve Provides clothing for them to help them with their shame.   Protects them from the Tree of Life.  Banishing them from the garden was an act of love -- if they had eaten from the tree of life, the Genesis 3:22- 24 Then the Lord God said, “Behold, the man has become like one of us, knowing good and evil; and now, lest he put forth his hand and take also of the tree of life, and eat, and live forever”—  therefore the Lord God sent him forth from the garden of Eden, to till the ground from which he was taken. 24 He drove out the man; and at the east of the garden of Eden he placed the cherubim, and a flaming sword which turned every way, to guard the way to the tree of life.  God making sure that they won't be separated from Him forever. St. Ephrem the Syrian, Commentary on Genesis, 122 explains, “God did this lest this life-giving gift that they would receive through the tree of life become misery, and thus bring worse evil upon them than what they had already obtained from the tree of knowledge.  From the latter tree they obtained temporal pains, whereas the former tree would have made those pains eternal.  From the latter they obtained death which would have cast off from them the bonds of their pains.  The former tree, however, would have caused them to live as if buried alive, leaving them to be tortured eternally by their pains.”   The basic problem with the sequence -- not tolerating enough contact with God  to be affirmed, for Him to receive us. to understand Him in a radically different way.   And what kind of love is God's love for us?  God Himself tells us:  I have loved you with an everlasting love; therefore I have continued my faithfulness to you. Jeremiah 31:3.  God is faithful to us.  He loves with an everlasting love.  Isaiah 54.10  For the mountains may depart     and the hills be removed,but my steadfast love shall not depart from you,    and my covenant of peace shall not be removed,    says the Lord, who has compassion on you. How steadfast is God's love:  Deuteronomy 7:9 tells us.  Know therefore that the Lord your God is God, the faithful God who keeps covenant and steadfast love with those who love him and keep his commandments, to a thousand generations Psalm 86:5 For thou, O Lord, art good and forgiving, abounding in steadfast love to all who call on thee. God requires a response from us.  -- abounding in steadfast love to all who call on thee.  We have to call on him, we have to respond to the love.   That is what this episode is all about.  This is episode 99 of the Interior Integration for Catholic podcast, released on November 7, 2022 titled IIC 99 Why We Catholics Reject God's Love for Us and How to Embrace that Love  CCC 221 But St. John goes even further when he affirms that "God is love": [1 John 4:8, 16] God's very being is love. By sending his only Son and the Spirit of Love in the fullness of time, God has revealed his innermost secret: God himself is an eternal exchange of love, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and he has destined us to share in that exchange.  We have to take him up on that.   How do we know we are loved by God? -- 2 ways.   Faith and lived experience Faith  Infused virtue  CCC 150   Faith is first of all a personal adherence of man to God. At the same time, and inseparably, it is a free assent to the whole truth that God has revealed. As personal adherence to God and assent to his truth, Christian faith differs from our faith in any human person. It is right and just to entrust oneself wholly to God and to believe absolutely what he says. It would be futile and false to place such faith in a creature. CCC 153  When St. Peter confessed that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the living God, Jesus declared to him that this revelation did not come "from flesh and blood", but from "my Father who is in heaven".24 Faith is a gift of God, a supernatural virtue infused by him. "Before this faith can be exercised, man must have the grace of God to move and assist him; he must have the interior helps of the Holy Spirit, who moves the heart and converts it to God, who opens the eyes of the mind and 'makes it easy for all to accept and believe the truth.'"25  Lived experience of the relationship with God.   2 Timothy 1:12 But I am not ashamed, for I know whom I have believed, and I am sure that he is able to guard until that Day what has been entrusted to me. Can feel it in consolations.   We don't want to engineer emotional experiences of closeness, manipulating emotions -- Concern about Catholic youth events, hyper emotional, noisy and using psychological techniques of influence to generated contrived emotional  experiences.  Hyping people up, getting them out of their window of tolerance.   We don't want to rely on our subjective experience of lived relationship Because the subjective experience of connection with God can vary way too much.   Von Hildebrand writes, “Our confidence in God must be independent of whether we experience His nearness, whether we sense the enlivening touch of grace, whether we feel ourselves being born on the wings of His love.” (p 210).  Mother Teresa 1957 confided to spiritual director:  In the darkness . . . Lord, my God, who am I that you should forsake me?  The child of your love — and now become as the most hated one. The one — you have thrown away as unwanted — unloved. I call, I cling, I want, and there is no one to answer . . . Where I try to raise my thoughts to heaven, there is such convicting emptiness that those very thoughts return like sharp knives and hurt my very soul.  Love — the word — it brings nothing.  I am told God lives in me — and yet the reality of darkness and coldness and emptiness is so great that nothing touches my soul.  David Scott in chapter 17 of his book The Love That Made Mother Teresa wrote:  For more than fifty years following her initial visions and locutions, Mother Teresa was wrapped in a dark, pitiless silence. She only once more heard the voice of God, and she believed the doors of heaven had been closed and bolted against her. The more she longed for some sign of his presence, the more empty and desolate she became.   Needs Weekly Reflection:  from September 6, 2022:  The Top 10 Needs That Fuel Modern-Day Idol Worship  go to soulsandhearts.com/blog   Integrity Needs My need to exist and survive  My need to matter  My need to have agency  My need to be good  My need for mission and purpose in life   Attachment needs  --Brown and Elliott (2016) Felt sense of safety and protection -- have to go through the valley of shame, fear, anger, grief  Feeling seen, heard, known and understood -- have to tolerating being in relationship, being present.   Feeling comforted, soothed and reassured  Feeling cherished, treasured, delighted in  Feeling the other has your best interests at heart   Resistance to being loved Weaving in Integrity needs and attachment needs.   Main themes Limited vision and lack of imagination, leading to a refusal to be transformed by God  We don't understand God's love  The Costs of Being Loved by God  Poor God images  Poor Self images -- Shame  Refusal to be vulnerable, to be exposed, to be revealed to God.  Lack of courage.  Anger at God -- rebellion   Limited vision and lack of imagination, leading to a refusal to be transformed by God -- unhealthy satisfaction in far more limited spiritual goals -- a willingness to settle.  Von Hildebrand According to von Hildebrand, the vision of most Catholics is way too narrow – our sights are set way too low. We are satisfied with too little in the spiritual life – we are like chickens pecking at the ground when we are called to soar as eagles.  We may be content with merely avoiding sin, overcoming vices and developing virtues. Some of us may pursue the spiritual life as a self-improvement project, satisfied with incremental gains  Weekly reflection October 26, 2022 -- Why we resist change – and especially radical transformation.  Ransom Riggs Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children character Jacob Portman “One day my mother sat me down and explained that I couldn't become an explorer because everything in the world had already been discovered." Love, in some sense, is nothing other than an invitation to great joy and suffering, so they shy away from it.  Paul Catalanotto Refusal to love is also refusal to live  The Catholic Weekly John 6: 41-42 The Jews then murmured at him, because he said, “I am the bread which came down from heaven.” They said, “Is not this Jesus, the son of Joseph, whose father and mother we know? How does he now say, ‘I have come down from heaven'?”  John 6: vs. 60 and 66  Many of his disciples, when they heard it, said, “This is a hard saying; who can listen to it?” After this many of his disciples drew back and no longer went about with him. We don't understand God's love Isaiah 55:8-9  For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, says the Lord. For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts.  Sharon Jaynes When Love Hurts April 17, 2018.  Proverbs31.org   “Mommy, Mommy,” Steven cried. “Don't let them hurt me!”My son, Steven, was about 3 years old when he contracted a severe case of the flu. His slumped body snuggled listlessly like an old, worn rag doll.When I carried him into the medical clinic, the doctor quickly diagnosed dehydration and immediately sent us to the hospital.My heart ripped apart as the nurses strapped my little boy onto a table and began placing IVs in his tiny arms.“Mommy, Mommy,” Steven cried. “Make them stop! They're hurting me.”“No, honey,” I tried to assure him. “They're going to make you all better.”“Mommy, help me!”Steven cried. I cried. The nurses cried.I could only imagine what was going through Steven's little mind. Why are these people hurting me? Why doesn't Mommy make them stop? She must not love me. She's not protecting me. If she loved me she wouldn't let them do this. She must not care about me.Standing in the corner watching my little boy cry, I wondered if that's how God feels when I'm going through a painful situation that's for my ultimate good. I cried out, “God, why are You letting this happen? Don't You love me? Don't You care about what's happening to me? Why don't You make it stop?” Can see the need to exist here being threatened.  I might be very injured, I might die.  Integrity need No felt sense of being protected -- attachment need.  In fact, just the opposite.  The little child was being protected, but didn't understand, didn't feel it.   No felt sense of being comforted or soothed, child not open to it.  Third primary condition of secure attachment No felt sense of support for his highest good.  Fifth condition of secure attachment.   Parts of us very young, like this 3-year-old.   Hebrews 12:11  For the moment all discipline seems painful rather than pleasant; later it yields the peaceful fruit of righteousness to those who have been trained by it.  Poor view of discipline Bad experiences of being disciplined -- not having been disciplined out of love  But rather out of anger or inconvenience or frustration.   Freud -- gratification and frustration to grow.   The Costs of Being Loved by God  Real love, agape or charity, is always given freely -- we understand that much But real love, agape, charity -- real love is never received freely in this fallen world.  There is a cost to allowing real love into our lives.   Very little discussion about the costs of being loved by God.  I find that so strange.  So many Catholics don't think this way. It is as though Catholics have parts that believe that being loved by God is one of two things Being loved by God should easy, delightful, peaceful --  like being the lead character a Hallmark movie  Romance novels.  Easy love that just come naturally.    Emotional Junk food that nourishes illusions.   and when it's not, they conclude that God isn't loving them, or that they are excluded from His love Being loved by God is terrible Echoes of Hebrews 10:31    It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God.   Burning away Real love -- Agape -- burns away things that are sinful within us -- it doesn't coexist with the vice within us.  Real love also purifies us from anything that is not morally wrote, but that is disordered or dysfunctional or imperfect  Real love is the greatest good.  And because it's the greatest good, it requires us to give up lesser goods.  Perceived good and actual goods.   Coping strategies, crutches that helped us in the past Analogy of the safe -- limited room, silver and gold.  1 Peter 1:7 So that the tested genuineness of your faith—more precious than gold that perishes though it is tested by fire—may be found to result in praise and glory and honor at the revelation of Jesus Christ.  Isaiah 48:10 Behold, I have refined you, but not as silver; I have tried you in the furnace of affliction.   Zechariah 13:9 And I will put this third into the fire, and refine them as one refines silver, and test them as gold is tested. They will call upon my name, and I will answer them. I will say, ‘They are my people'; and they will say, ‘The Lord is my God.'”  Proverbs 17:3  The crucible is for silver, and the furnace is for gold, and the Lord tests hearts.  Job 23:10 But he knows the way that I take; when he has tried me, I shall come out as gold.  Integrity needs I exist  I matter  I am good   Attachment needs Felt safety and protection  Felt comfort and reassurance  Felt sense of being cherished and delighted in.  No experience of that while being corrected, perfected.   xThe cost is up front -- the benefit in the future.   Poor God images We don't understand God.  We don't know who he is. -- reflected in the Sharon Jaynes' story of her son at the doctor's office.    Lack of confidence in God.  Lack of Faith   God Images =  My emotional and subjective experiences of God, who I feel God to be in the moment.  May or may not correspond to who God really is.  What I feel about God in my bones. This is my experiential sense how my feelings and how my heart interpret God. Each part, not in right relationship with the innermost self, has a distorted God image.   God images are often unconscious.     Initially God images are shaped by the relationship that I have with my parents.     My God images are heavily influenced by psychological factors  Different God images can be activated at different times, depending on my emotional states and what psychological mode I am in at a given time.   God images are always formed experientially; God images flow from our relational experiences and  Also how we construe and make sense of those images when we are very young.  My God images can be radically different than my God concept.  We all have heretical God images.   Differ from  God Concept  = What I profess about God.  It is my more intellectual understanding of God, based on what one has been taught, but also based on what I have explored through reading.  I decide to believe in my God concept.  Reflected in the Creed, expanded in the Catechism, formal teaching.   Can take a while to get to these God images -- not on the surface  We don't know God very well.   We refuse Mother Angelica's Little Book of Life Lessons And Everyday Spirituality :  Allow people to love you as they must love you, not as you want them to love you. Even God does not love us as we wish Him to. Learning to love is learning to accept love as it comes. I will lose the relationship with God that I have if I push the envelope And you will.  That is true.   Episodes 37-49 on God images.   Really hits on attachment needs.   Poor Self images -- Shame Self-images are much more emotionally driven, much more intuitive, subjective, and they vary a lot more from moment to moment.     Each part, not in right relationship with the innermost self, has a distorted self image.   Pastor Jonathan Edwards  Sinners in the Hand of an angry God, 1740s    “The God that holds you over the pit of hell, much as one holds a spider or some loathsome insect over the fire, abhors you, and is dreadfully provoked; his wrath towards you burns like fire; he looks upon you as worthy of nothing else, but to be cast into the fire ... you are ten thousand times so abominable in his eyes, as the most hateful and venomous serpent is in ours.”  Hiding from God.  Genesis 3.   I don't want to find out I am unlovable.  I can't bear that.   Episode 24 of this podcast, God images and self images.  Really hits on integrity needs.  Especially the need to be good.   Refusal to be vulnerable, to be exposed, to be revealed to God.  Because for love to be real, for love to be agape means me allowing you to love all of me.  All my parts.  My entire being Not just the acceptable parts of me in the shop window, those that I allow others to see.   Fears of being hurt one more time -- Fears of betrayal  Fears of abandonment   We think we can hide.   Self protection -- need to survive.  Need to be good.  Lack of courage. Philophobia -- fear of love  All of us have parts that fear love.  Comfort in the familiarity of the dysfunction we know.   Predictability Change is scary  Maureen Brady, Beyond Survival: A Writing Journey for Healing Childhood Sexual Abuse “For change to occur in us, we must be willing to enter the wilderness of the unknown and to wander in unfamiliar territory, directionless and often in the darkness....We do not need to keep every little thing under control. In fact, we find ourselves only by allowing some falling apart to happen.” Erica Jong:  I have accepted fear as a part of life - specifically the fear of change... I have gone ahead despite the pounding in the heart that says: turn back. Nelson Mandela:  I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear. Anger at God, Rebellion against Him. secondary to poor God images.  Anger is the ordered emotion in response to injustice.   What is a part?  Separate, independently operating personalities within us, each with own unique prominent needs, roles in our lives, emotions, body sensations, guiding beliefs and assumptions, typical thoughts, intentions, desires, attitudes, impulses, interpersonal style, and world view.  Each part also has an image of God.   When parts are not integrated, under the leadership and guidance of my innermost self Self:  The core of the person, the center of the person.  This is who we sense ourselves to be in our best moments, and when our self is free, and unblended with any of our parts, it governs our whole being as an active, compassionate leader.   Parts in greater detail -- discussed my parts in Episode 71 A New and Better Way of Understanding Myself and Others.   Good Boy Evaluator (formerly "the Critic") Melancholio Adventurer (formerly my "part who holds fear") Feisty One (formerly my "angry part") Challenger (formerly "the Rebel") Lover Part Collaborator Parts (formerly my Competent Part) Guardian (formerly "the Intimidator") Creative Part Consequences -- Hell Nothing can separate us from God's love.   Romans 8:38-39 For I am sure that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor things present, nor things to come, nor powers, 39 nor height, nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord. Nothing can separate you from the love of God, not even demons -- angel and principalities.  Nothing can separate you from the love of God.  With one exception.  You.   Only you can separate you from the love of God.  Only you have the power to do that, by refusing to let that love come it. That's what sin is.  It's separating ourselves from God.  Sin is damaging our relationship with God.    Separation happens  Jesus weeping over Jerusalem Luke 19:41-44  And when he drew near and saw the city he wept over it, saying, “Would that even today you knew the things that make for peace! But now they are hid from your eyes. For the days shall come upon you, when your enemies will cast up a bank about you and surround you, and hem you in on every side,  and dash you to the ground, you and your children within you, and they will not leave one stone upon another in you; because you did not know the time of your visitation. It's not that God won't protect Jerusalem.  It's that he could not protect the Israelites, not without violating their freedom, not without forcing Himself on them.   Matthew 7:13-14   “Enter by the narrow gate; for the gate is wide and the way is easy, that leads to destruction, and those who enter by it are many.  For the gate is narrow and the way is hard, that leads to life, and those who find it are few. Pope John Paul II  in a 1999 audience, God did not create Hell.  Hell  “… is not a punishment imposed externally by God but a development of premises already set by people in this life.” Catechism of the Catholic Church edited by Archbishop Rino Fisichella 2019 by Our Sunday Visitor Louis Ladaria:  To be precise, God did not make Hell.  His free creatures make it, inasmuch as they separate themselves from Him. Nor does God send anyone to Hell: it is the damned one who separates himself and does not want to enter into the Father's house. God, St. Irenaeus said, does not really look to punish the damned, but as they are deprived of all good things, it is the penalty that pursues them (Adversus Haereses, V. 27, 2; a similar idea in St. Augustine, Enarrationes in Psalmos, 5, 10: God abandons the sinner to his evil, he does not, properly speaking, give evil to anyone). Because of this, and despite what is said sometimes, we need to insist on the fact that Hell does not say anything against the infinite goodness of God. (p. 863).  Dean Koontz: The Book of Counted Sorrows:  “We make Hell real; we stoke its fires. // And in its flames our hope expires.   CCC 30 Although man can forget God or reject him, He never ceases to call every man to seek him, so as to find life and happiness. CCC 1037  God predestines no one to go to hell; for this, a willful turning away from God (a mortal sin) is necessary, and persistence in it until the end. In the Eucharistic liturgy and in the daily prayers of her faithful, the Church implores the mercy of God, who does not want "any to perish, but all to come to repentance. Not trying to catch us, not with a hand on the trap door to hell.   Fr. Edward McIlmail, LC  “Ask a Priest: If God loves us so much, why does hell exist?”  An analogy might help. Imagine you are on a ship that is searching for survivors from a sunken ocean liner. You see a passenger struggling in the waves behind you. You throw a lifeline to him, but he refuses to grab it. You beg him to take hold of the lifeline, but he ignores your plea. Eventually, he sinks below the waves and drowns. Does his drowning indicate that you were indifferent? When you begged him to grab the lifeline, were you displaying hate? Was his drowning your fault?  The answer to all these questions is: no. The person in the water, for whatever reason, refused your help. His drowning was the consequence. It doesn't matter why we flee from God and why we flee from His love.   Hell as isolation -- cut off from everyone.   Images of hell   Hell as isolation Tekla Babyak in 2018 article Dante, Liszt and the alienated agon of hell writes:  Dante Alighieri's Inferno portrays Hell as an alienated realm in which the doomed spirits must spend eternity in isolation and regret.  Deepest level of hell, the ninth circle:    "The treacheries of these souls were denials of love (which is God) and of all human warmth. Only the remorseless dead center of the ice will serve to express their natures. As they denied God's love, so are they furthest removed from the light and warmth of His Sun. As they denied all human ties, so are they bound only by the unyielding ice." John Ciardi, Inferno, notes on Canto XXXII, p. 248 Satan encased waist deep in ice.  Not fire.   Celeste Ng  Little Fires Everywhere character of Mia Warren “In all her years of itinerant living, Mia had developed one rule: Don't get attached to any place, to any apartment, to anything. To anyone.”   In Hell on earth Fragmentation of Dante's inferno -- lived now.   Dietrich Bonhoeffer  Life Together  “Sin demands to have a man by himself. It withdraws him from the community. The more isolated a person is, the more destructive will be the power of sin over him, and the more deeply he comes involved in it, the more disastrous his isolation.”  Sharon M. Draper  Out of My Mind  character Melody Brooks  “It's like I live in a cage with no door and no key. And I have no way to tell someone how to get me out.”  Sue Johnson Hold Me Tight   “Isolation and the potential loss of loving connection is coded by the human brain into a primal panic response.”  C.S. Lewis:  The Great Divorce:  “That is why, at the end of all things, when the sun rises here and the twilight turns to blackness down there, the Blessed will say, “we have never lived anywhere except in heaven,' and the Lost, “We were always in Hell.” And both will speak truly.”   Action Plan  Pray Set aside the time.  First thing  Personal Prayer: A Guide for Receiving the Fathers' Love Fr. Thomas Acklin and Fr. Boniface Hicks.  Benedictines, very wise, good grasp of psychology.   Prayer Primer or Fire Within Fr. Thomas Dubay   Read the first letter of John. Lectio Divina Dan Burke Spiritual Direction.com Lectio Divina, A Guide: What it is & How It helps Prayer Life  Appendix on Lectio Divina in Fr. Jacques Philippe's book Called to Life  Section on Lectio Divina titled "mediating on Scripture in Fr. Jacques Philippe's book Thirsting for Prayer   Nike Model -- just do it.  Set aside perfectionism, desire to do it well. You're not going to do it well.  You're going to do it badly.   The most important things in life we either do badly or we don't do at all.   St. Therese of Avila. says: “He who neglects mental prayer needs not a devil to carry him to hell, but he brings himself there with his own hands.”   St. John of the Cross says: “Without the aid of mental prayer, the soul cannot triumph over the forces of the demon.”  St. Teresa of Avila “Prayer is an exercise of love.” (Life 7:12)   Do your human formation work Relational spirituality -- about relationship  Any difficulties you have in relationships in the natural realm, here on earth -- you are going to bring into your spiritual relationships.   Interior integration  Why is interior integration crucial for union with God?  Weekly reflection October 12, 2022  soulsandhearts.com/blog.   Get to know your parts Reason for not praying   Jay Earley -- Self Therapy Vol. 1.  Now in the Third Edition.    Bonnie Weiss Self-Therapy Workbook.   Means Therapy or counseling -- especially Internal Family Systems therapy with a therapist who is Catholic or who at least respects your Catholic Faith and will not undermine it.   Experiential Exercise -- November 21.  Splitting those out.   Resilient Catholic Community -- you do not have to be alone.   Reopening December 1 -- new cohort Get to know your parts I've brought together the best Wait list -- email on November 10.  Sign up soulsandhearts.com/rcc If interested, contact me.   Crisis@soulsandhearts.com 317.567.9594 conversation hours 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM Eastern Time Every Tuesday and Thursday.  (not November 17 -- online conference).   Pray for me  Sent the word out.  Let people know about our offerings at Souls and Hearts, this podcast, the weekly reflections.  Sign up for those - email.  Can see the archive at soulsandhearts.com/blog   Patroness and Patron  

Talks On Psychoanalysis
James Joyce and the Internal World of the Replacement Child - Mary Adams.

Talks On Psychoanalysis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 21:10


In this episode, Mary Adams delve into issues related to the trauma of being a replacement child. She illustrates this with the example of James Joyce, as "he seemed to overcome the debilitating effects of this early trauma and survivor guilt by using his writing".  Mary Adams is a psychoanalyst with the British Psychoanalytic Association, having completed her training in 1996.  She was a training analyst with the Association of Child Psychotherapists, has a particular interest in the work of Donald Meltzer and has written several papers using his ideas.  She is a past editor of the Journal of the British Association of Psychotherapy. Her book on James Joyce as a replacement child was published by Routledge in 2022. Link to the paper https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-hL8XbcupQQXAwbwh4ow4hQkBwccIyTo/edit?usp=share_link&ouid=112457875385152358388&rtpof=true&sd=true       Further reading on the Replacement Child: Anisfeld, L., & Richards, A. D. (2000). The replacement child: Variations on a theme in history and psychoanalysis. Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 55: 301–318. Capps, D. (2012).  The Replacement Child: Solomonic Justice and the Sublimation of Sibling Envy   American Imago, 69(3): 385-400 Pollock, G. H. (1972). Bertha Pappenheim's Pathological Mourning: Possible Effects of Childhood Sibling Loss. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 20:476-493 Pollock, G. H. (1978). On Siblings, Childhood Sibling Loss, and Creativity. Annual of Psychoanalysis 6:443-481 Reid, M. (1992). ‘Joshua — Life after death. The replacement child', Journal of Child Psychotherapy, Vol. 18, 2.  Pp. 109-138.  Sabbadini, A. (1988).  The Replacement Child.  Contemporary Psychoanalysis. 24: 528-547. Schellinski , K. (2019). Individuation for Adult Replacement Children: Ways of Coming into Being. Routledge Schwab, G. (2009). Replacement children: The transgenerational transmission of traumatic loss. American Imago 66 (3), 277-310. Silver, D. (1983). The Dark Lady: Sibling loss and mourning in the Shakespearean sonnets. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 3: (3): 513–527. Storey, D. (2021).  A Stinging Delight.  David Story:  A Memoir.  Faber & Faber. Whitebook, J. (2017).  Freud.  An Intellectual Biography. Cambridge UP Wilson, E. (1988). Stendhal as a Replacement Child: The Theme of the Dead Child in Stendhal's Writings. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 8:108-133     This Podcast Series, published by the International Psychoanalytical Association, is part of the activities of the IPA Communication Committee and is produced by the IPA Podcast Editorial Team. Head of the Podcast Editorial Team is Gaetano Pellegrini. Editing and Post-Production: Massimiliano Guerrieri.

Culture Clash Comedy Podcast

Did you know that there are only 9000 psychiatrists in India? Shafi and Dan discuss the history of Therapy in the West and the East. They explore Freud's contributions, types of therapy, and share their personal experiences with talk therapy. Leave a review on itunes and follow on spotify. @cultureclashcomedypod on insta/tiktok

Awake in the World Podcast
The Internal Practice of Ashtanga Yoga

Awake in the World Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 84:57


This wide-ranging talk, delivered in Vienna (2007), covers the internal, psychological and potentially transformative aspects of Ashtanga practice. Touching on Freud, the yamas, karma, interdependence and impermanence Michael argues for a yoga of relationship, creativity and change. Recorded on November 23, 2007.

Creative Principles
Ep377 - William Indick, Author ‘Psychology for Screenwriters'

Creative Principles

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 30:08


Psychology professor William Indick was teaching theories of personality when he realized his students simply weren't getting it, so he started doing film analysis in his classes to explain these dense topics with examples from the silver screen. This led to a handful of books including Psychology for Screenwriters, Movies and the Mind, Psycho Thrillers, and Ancient Symbology in Fantasy Literature. “I wrote a book about film analysis and then Ken Lee suggested I do the same thing, but flip it. Instead of analyzing films, take these ideas from films and project them onto screenwriters. You can use these techniques other filmmakers use in your films to make more psychologically complex characters.” These books are meant to showcase an art rather than a science. “Analysis is an art. It's the art of interpretation, so there is no truth in analysis. Psychologically is largely a philosophical field, so the attempt to make it scientific has merit but those merits are not apparent in the filmmaking process.” Indick's first book, Psychology for Screenwriters, is about to have a 2nd edition published. “The first edition was about taking these classic theories — from Freud, Erikson, Jung, Campbell, Adler, May — and applying these to the process of screenwriting.” Each chapter uses films to explain psychology. Subscribe for video interviews on YouTube: www.youtube.com/c/CreativePrinciples?sub_confirmation=1 If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts? It only takes about 60-seconds and it really helps convince some of the hard-to-get guests to sit down and have a chat (simply scroll to the bottom on your iTunes Podcast app and click “Write Review"). Enjoy the show!

BroadwayRadio
Today on Broadway: Friday, November 4, 2022

BroadwayRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 21:18


Terrence McNally Foundation Announced; Hopkins to Lead “Freud’s Last Session” Film; “Moulin Rouge,” “SIX” to Perform on Parade “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre headlines of the day. Any and all feedback is appreciated: Ashley Steves: ashley@broadwayradio.com | @NoThisIsAshleyGrace Aki: grace@broadwayradio.com | read more The post Today on Broadway: Friday, November 4, 2022 appeared first on BroadwayRadio.

Žižek And So On
UNLOCKED: Did Marx Invent the Symptom?

Žižek And So On

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 53:27


We're unlocking a Patreon episode from March 2022 while the fellas dillydally in the Big Apple for Žižek's first in-person appearance since the pandemic. In this episode we work through the now famous first part of The Sublime Object of Ideology and discuss Marx, Freud, the Symptom, and the Commodity Form. Enjoy! In the mean time you can still join our on-going reading group, "For They Know Not What They Do: A Reading Group with Matthew Flisfeder" by registering your interest: zizekandsoon@gmail.com Thanks again to all of you for the support that allows us to do something like this, we really appreciate it! The audio recording of the sessions are available on our Patreon which can be found here: https://www.patreon.com/zizekandsoon Join us on our Discord as we prepare for our next session together! The next session is coming up on the 9th of November at 2100: Time zone in Winnipeg, MB, Canada (GMT-5) where we'll be covering chapter three: "Hegelian Llanguage" pages 99-137 If anyone has any questions don't hesitate to contact us. SESSION SCHEDULE: 1 On the One - Wednesday October 12 2 The Wanton Identity - Wednesday October 26 3 Hegelian Llanguage - Wednesday November 9 4 On the Other - Wednesday November 23 5 All's Well That Ends Well? Wednesday December 7 6 Much Ado about a Thing - Wednesday December 21 7 Foreword to the Second Edition - Wednesday January 4 *** Our Website Z&...

Psicoativo | Podcast de Psicologia
Como estudar Psicologia por conta própria: Dicas + Cursos online gratuitos

Psicoativo | Podcast de Psicologia

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 12:03


Você já pensou em estudar Psicologia sozinho, por conta própria? Talvez você acredite que estudar psicologia seja algo limitado a quem faz faculdade de psicologia, psicólogos e cientistas. Ou você pode estar em alguma dessas […] O conteúdo Como estudar Psicologia por conta própria: Dicas + Cursos online gratuitos aparece primeiro em Universo da Psicologia.

Feeling Good Podcast | TEAM-CBT - The New Mood Therapy
316: Diversity, Adversity, and Healing

Feeling Good Podcast | TEAM-CBT - The New Mood Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 69:48


Audrey Kodye Sunny Choi Diversity: Trauma and Training featuring Sunny Choi and Audrey Kodye Rhonda and I are proud to feature Audrey Kodye, a psychologist with a private practice in Canada, and Sunny Choi, LCSW, who specializes in the treatment of underserved populations in the San Francisco Bay Area. In today's podcast, these beloved TEAM-CBT therapists bring us an important discussion on the impact of racial, gender, religious and sexual bias, including tips on how to incorporate relevant questions into our initial evaluations of all new patients, as well as illuminating ideas on how to maximize treatment effectiveness with TEAM-CBT. Both Audrey, who was born in Mauritius, and Sunny, who was born in Hong Kong, describe their experiences with bias and violence, both when growing up, and as adults, and how these experiences shaped core feelings of not being “good enough.” Sunny explained that how he incorporated the negative messages that were triggered by his traumatic experiences: I grew up in a privileged family in Hong Kong, and was favored as a male child. When we came to the United States, I was 12 years old and undocumented. I got beaten up because I had slanted eyes, and I was hated because I was gay. I worked super hard, getting a degree in engineering from UCLA and a master's in management from Stanford, and became successful, but got more and more depressed due to my belief that I “wasn't good enough.” Now I work with marginalized populations, the poor, people of color, LGBTQ, immigrants, and abused women. Audrey said: I've also felt like I wasn't good enough. . . . I'm a light-skinned black woman from Africa, from a lower-class family in Mauritius. . . . My ancestors had to be very resilient due to prejudice, and I'm very proud of them. I've also struggled with social anxiety and depression due to the racial trauma I've experienced. Sunny and Audrey have both been helped by TEAM-CBT, and feel it has a great dealt to offer and have appreciated that diversity is celebrated in the personal work so many people do in David and Jill's Tuesday training group. They say that “TEAM has helped us and our patients as well!.” They gave some valuable tips on how to incorporate diversity awareness in to treatment with TEAM, but the same tips would be helpful to anyone interacting with a friend or colleague who may have been the victim of abuse. Sunny added: “I got scared and anxious when thinking about this topic prior to today's podcast. What I've been through has definitely shaped my behavior, my thinking, and my feelings, and the hatred is still happening today.” He tearfully described the experience of his cousin who has a Chinese restaurant in Oakland, and someone threw a rock through the window to act out on their hatred for Asian Americans. Audre said: "I also felt sad and anxious while preparing for the podcast. It's not easy to talk about racism and discrimination, and I felt a lot of self-doubt about my own experiences with racism and discrimination before the podcast, because they have so often been invalidated. People get defensive and are often incredulous. They don't believe it. So you run into conflict and opposition and defensiveness when you try to speak out." David agreed and emphasized how sensitive and defensive people can be when our “blind spots” are confronted, especially when we've been in a state of denial, thinking of ourselves as totally innocent when we're not! They discussed three keys in thinking about racism and discrimination: Systemic racism: the Five Secrets of Effective Communication can be helpful. For example, it is important to acknowledge the anger your patients may feel because of the injustices they experience. Micro-aggression: These are subtle put-downs that may sound like compliments, and might even be intended as such, but are really hurtful. For example, when learning that Sunny is gay, someone may say, “Well, Sunny, you certainly don't act gay!” This statement, which might sound innocent, actually implies that you're “less than” or “less of a man” if you're gay! Internalized oppression: This is when the person who is being targeted turns against himself or herself, and internalizes the message that “I'm not good enough,” or “I'm defective.” David points out that this is similar to Freud's model of depression, which he thought of as “anger turned inwards.” Although Aaron Beck railed against this construct, I have to admit that the negative thoughts of people who are depressed nearly always do have a hostile, bullying tone. David also compares racial discrimination and hatred to the three components of “Abuse Contract” he often explains in his work with abuse victims. There are three parts to the contract: I get to abuse you, physically, psychologically, sexually, or financially for my please. We have to keep it secret. If you ever tell on me, or even imply that I'm doing something wrong, I'll REALLY hurt you. It's all your fault. You're the dirty bad one, and you deserve what I'm doing to you. I'm a god who is superior and without fault. And in spite of the absurdity and cruelty of this “contract,” human beings seem to have the capacity to buy into it, and this includes children and adults as well. Sunny also emphasized that Asians especially are told NOT to be angry, and that's why it can be so helpful to use the Five Secrets with trauma patients as well as Positive Reframing to encourage acceptance of anger and seeing that it can be entirely healthy and justified. Sunny and Audrey provided additional tips on working with marginalized groups. The most important thing is to ask about trauma and encourage the person to talk about it, as opposed to keeping these experiences hidden, even in therapy. He They said that many patients will open up immediately, and will often use the entire therapy hour just venting. The experience of being heard and supported can be deeply appreciated, and can also provide important clues to the origins of the patient's feelings of depression, shame, and anxiety. Simple, obvious questions are all that are needed, such as: “Have you ever experienced racism, rape or sexual trauma, or homophobia. Have you ever been bullied or beaten? Sunny gave many additional examples of subtle racism when he was working in Silicon Valley as a manager. But colleagues he didn't know often thought a person he was supervising was the manager, and he was the person being supervised. Audrey described similar experiences when people told her she was super smart, and that was probably because she was “mixed”--that is, not purely of African descent--or because she'd worked “really hard,” implying others who belong to her ethnic group do not. Again, an apparent compliment which is really a subtle put-down. Sunny tearfully described how he took years and years of voice training, trying to change his accent to sound “less Chinese.” Now he says, “I finally feel okay with who I am!” Although, I think Rhonda and David might say, Audrey and Sunny, we love you, and you're way more than “okay” in our eyes. You're our teachers and you're showing us the way, and making us aware of our own many errors and biases, in a kindly and loving way. Thank you!” Thanks for listening today! Rhonda, Sunny, Audrey, and David

FALTER Radio
Tyrannis - #822

FALTER Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 76:39


Es geht um Shakespeare und Manés Sperber, Freud und Adler, Putin und Trump. Wie Macht, wenn sie absolut wird, zerstört. Darüber sprechen Literaturwissenschaftlerin Mirjana Stancic, Shakespeare-Experte Stephen Greenblatt (Boston) und Kulturphilosoph Wolfgang Müller-Funk im Salon Europa mit Theaterleiterin Anna Maria Krassnigg. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Subliminal Jihad
[PREVIEW] #128 - SCHISMOGENESIS: A Subliminal History of Cybernetics, Part 3 (with Jay)

Subliminal Jihad

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 24:23


For access to full-length premium episodes and the SJ Grotto of Truth Discord, subscribe to the Al-Wara' Frequency at patreon.com/subliminaljihad. Dimitri and Khalid reconvene with Jay the Neuroscientist (@The_Hague_ICC) to finish their exploration of cybernetics, including: suslord anthropologist Gregory Bateson's “double bind” theory, Cathy O'Brien, from schismogenesis to schizophrenia, the coloniality of anthropology, Bateson's psychological work for the OSS, the American family as a “weaning machine”, Bateson's interpretation of the state-sponsored “native revivals” of Soviet Central Asia, Bateson's curious “break” with the OSS after WW2, his pivotal role in conceiving the CIA with Will Bill Donovan, Harold Abramson dosing Frank Fremont Smith, LSD in Palo Alto, Dr. Leo Hollister, NLP and NXIVM's biofeedback experiments, Keith Raniere's patent for rehabilitating a Luciferian, RD Laing's schizophrenia research, Aldous Huxley, schizophrenia-as-enlightenment, Freud's early seduction theory, and Victorian fainting rooms as cybernetic stabilization mechanism.

PlasticPills - Philosophy & Critical Theory Podcast
Pill Pod 99 - Edward Bernays (preview)

PlasticPills - Philosophy & Critical Theory Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 8:20


Today we read Freud's nephew, the "Father of PR," Edward Bernays' book "Propaganda" and compare his theory and practice to other opinions on the purpose of propaganda, and how it compares to the later neo-marxist conception of "ideology" and whether theorizing about democracy matters at all when private interests run the state. Get all the episodes plus ~60 exclusive eps for just 4 bucks at www.patreon.com/plasticpills

Platzi English Academy
The mystical and scientific meaning of dreams

Platzi English Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 4:58


What did Freud think about dreams? Find out in this episode where Gina explores the different psychological and mystical theories about the world of dreams!. Go to platzi.com/dreams and take a free class.

Méta de Choc
Que vaut la psychanalyse ? avec Jacques Van Rillaer — SHOCKING ! #25.5

Méta de Choc

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 61:35


Chapitre 5 : Le triomphe du signifiant.À mesure que nous avançons dans l'histoire des idées de la psychanalyse, les grands noms se succèdent, apportant chacun leur touche à cette grande fresque dont les contours deviennent planétaires.De Carl Rogers à Françoise Dolto, nous abordons aujourd'hui l'étonnant double mouvement qu'a connu la diffusion de la psychanalyse dans la deuxième moitié du XXe siècle.Dans cette passionnante conversation Jacques Van Rillaer évoque les effets bénéfiques de la psychanalyse, mais aussi ce qui l'a mené à arrêter de la pratiquer.•• SOUTENIR ••Méta de Choc est gratuit, indépendant et sans publicité. Vous pouvez vous aussi le soutenir en faisant un don ponctuel ou mensuel : https://metadechoc.fr/tree/•• RESSOURCES ••Toutes les références en lien avec cette émission sont sur le site Méta de Choc : https://metadechoc.fr/podcast/que-vaut-la-psychanalyse/•• SUIVRE ••Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, PeerTube, YouTube.•• TIMECODES ••00:58 : Les facteurs non spécifiques des thérapies : Carl Rogers, psychologie humaniste, démarche scientifique, conditions fondamentales d'une bonne psychothérapie, empathie, sincérité du thérapeute, efficacité de la psychanalyse, déculpabilisation de la sexualité et des fantasmes.05:42 : Bruno Bettelheim : Psychanalyse des contes de fées, La forteresse vide, mensonges, libération des camps, Idriss Aberkane, autisme, culpabilisation de la mère, plagiat, abandon de la psychanalyse aux États-Unis, progrès de la pharmacologie, développement des thérapies cognitivo-comportementales.11:02 : L'avènement de Jacques Lacan : demande d'écoute du patient, concept de désir, jonction avec les sciences humaines, philosophie, Alexandre Kojève, Wilhelm Hegel, retour à Freud, complexe d'Œdipe, exclusion des affects, l'importance du signifiant, interprétations, langage, Noam Chomski, linguistique, forclusion du nom du père, aliénation de l'enfant par la mère, stade du miroir, Henri Wallon, narcissisme, assonances, il n'y a pas de rapport sexuel.26:36 : Les errements de Jacques Lacan : négation de la pathologie, traitement de la psychose par la conversation, effet de détérioration, effet nocebo, romantisation de la psychose, cas d'Aimée, séminaires de Lacan, didactique à durée variable, condamnation des didactiques de Lacan, Donald Winnicott, Marie Bonaparte, pénétration des médias, dévotion au lacanisme.35:49 : Françoise Dolto : place de l'enfant au sein de la famille, relais dans les médias, personnalisme, Emmanuel Mounier, respect de l'enfant, La cause des adolescents, réponses anxiogènes, la femme n'a pas de surmoi, psychologisation à outrance, culpabilisation de la mère.42:16 : La psychanalyse est-elle progressiste ? respect de l'ordre de la Nature, enfant roi, tribune appelant à l'abolition de la protection des enfants victimes d'inceste, l'enfant violé piège l'adulte, primat du phallus, la femme est complémentaire de l'homme, essentialisme, antiféminisme, orgasme vaginal.48:09 : L'attrait pour la psychanalyse dans les années 1960 : connaissance tabou, analyse didactique, Professeur Schotte, Université de Nimègue, test de Rorschach, test de Szondi, approche TCC, critique politique de la psychanalyse, capitalisme, critique sur l'efficacité de la psychanalyse, Lacan est un charlatan, agoraphobie, phobie des ascenseurs, phobie des pigeons, processus de déconversion, associations libres, thérapie rogérienne, formation aux TCC, démission de l'Association belge de psychanalyse. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Jesus 911
27 Oct 22 – Putting Self-Control into Practice

Jesus 911

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 51:16


Today's Topics:  1) Court overturns sentence of a woman who simulated aborting Jesus on a Catholic Altar while topless https://www.foxnews.com/world/court-overturns-sentence-feminist-simulated-aborting-jesus-catholic-altar-topless 2) Self-control: What happened to the idea of self-control? We might cringe at the word despite ourselves. It's just such a negative, rigid concept! But, we'd be so duped to actually believe that. Brett McKay and Daniel Akst discuss the concept of self-control from the ancient Greeks to Freud to modern culture, as well as tips for putting self-control into practice  https://www.artofmanliness.com/character/behavior/podcast-842-what-happened-to-the-idea-of-self-control/  3, 4) Why the Mass needed to be "renewed" due to liturgical abuses prior to Vatican II  https://southernorderspage.blogspot.com/2022/10/why-mass-needed-to-be-renewed-due-to.html

Talks On Psychoanalysis
Michael J Diamond: The Father's Impact on Masculinity and Its Discontents.

Talks On Psychoanalysis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 29:23


The paternal function is one of the most embedded concepts both in the singular dimension of clinical thinking and in the extended of social functioning. It underlies, for example, one of the foundational elements of the psychoanalytic method: the very idea of “Analytic Setting” could not exist without a paternal function.  In today's episode, thanks to the work of Michael J Diamond, we will explore its many aspects, including the construction of a triangular space, the role of the Third in the internal functioning of the subject, and the question of limits. We will also delve into more specific characteristics, such as the tenderness and sensory intimacy between a little boy and his father. We might say that this podcast episode is like a "child" of Michael J Diamond's recent book published by Routledge and entitled: "Masculinity and Its Discontents”, in which he studies, as the subtitle says: “The Male Psyche and the Inherent Tensions of Maturing Manhood”. Link to download the paper https://docs.google.com/document/d/1QfcWssRszuStn90QjrWXh7YvvDfGCw3A/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=112457875385152358388&rtpof=true&sd=true     Michael J. Diamond, PhD, FIPA is a Training and Supervising Analyst at the Los Angeles Institute and Society for Psychoanalytic Studies.  His major publications are on psychoanalytic technique and analytic mindedness; masculinity, femininity, and gender theory; fathering and the paternal function; trauma and dissociation; hypnosis and altered states; and group processes and social action. He has written five books including today's featured book on Masculinity and Its Discontents: The Male Psyche and the Inherent Tensions of Maturing Manhood published by Routledge. His most recent book on applied psychoanalysis, Ruptures in the American Psyche: Containing Destructive Populism in Perilous Times, was just published (by Phoenix Publishing).  His other major books include My Father Before Me: How Fathers and Sons Influence Each Other Throughout Their Lives and an edited book on The Second Century of Psychoanalysis: Evolving Perspectives on Therapeutic Action (with Chris Christian). He is the honored recipient of numerous awards for his teaching, writing, and clinical contributions, and has a full-time clinical practice in Los Angeles, California where he remains active in teaching, supervising, and writing.         Selected Recommended Readings for Michael J. Diamond's Podcast Blos, P. (1985). Son and Father: Before and Beyond the Oedipus Complex. New York: Free Press. Corbett, K. (2009). Boyhoods: Rethinking Masculinities. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.  Diamond, M. J. (2004). The shaping of masculinity: revisioning boys turning away from their mothers to construct male gender identity. Int. J. Psychoanal., 85:359–380.  Diamond, M. J. (2006). Masculinity unraveled: the roots of male gender identity and the shifting of male ego ideals throughout life. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 54:1099–1130.  Diamond, M. J. (2007). My Father Before Me: How Fathers and Sons Influence Each Other Throughout Their Lives. New York: Norton.  Diamond, M. J. (2015). The elusiveness of masculinity: primordial vulnerability, lack, and the challenges of male development. Psychoanal. Q., 84:47–102.  Diamond, M. J. (2017). The missing father function in psychoanalytic theory and technique: the analyst's internal couple and maturing intimacy. Psychoanal. Q., 86:861–887. Diamond, M. J. (2020). The elusiveness of “the feminine” in the male analyst: living in yet not being of the binary. Psychoanal. Q.,89:503–526. Diamond, M. J. (2021). Masculinity and Its Discontents: The Male Psyche and the Inherent Tensions of Maturing Manhood. London: Routledge.  Freud, S. (1905). Three essays on the theory of sexuality. S. E., 7:130–243.  Friedman, R. C. & Downey, J. L. (2008). Sexual differentiation of behavior: the foundation of a developmental model of psychosexuality. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 56:147–175. Glasser, M. (1985). The “weak spot”—some observations on male sexuality. Int. J. Psychoanal., 66:405–414. Laplanche, J. (1997). The theory of seduction and the problem of the other. Int. J. Psychoanal., 78:653–666. Lax, R. F. (1997). Boys' envy of mother and the consequences of this narcissistic mortification. Psychoanal. Study Child, 52:118–139. Moss, D. (2012). Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Man: Psychoanalysis and Masculinity. London: Routledge.  Stoller, R. J. (1985). Presentations of Gender. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.    This Podcast Series, published by the International Psychoanalytical Association, is part of the activities of the IPA Communication Committee and is produced by the IPA Podcast Editorial Team. Head of the Podcast Editorial Team: Gaetano Pellegrini. Editing and Post-Production: Massimiliano Guerrieri.

The Two Tongues Podcast
S2E74 - Art, Symbols, Interpretation

The Two Tongues Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 60:38


In this episode Chris attempts a psychological interpretation of the symbols in the great painting by Salvador Dali entitled: Geopoliticus Child Watching the Birth of the New Man. This was an exercise in the same type of free-association the depth psychologists like Freud and Jung engaged in. In it Chris tries to understanding what meaning is and where it comes from. He begins and ends with the same overarching question: Can there be valid meaning interpreted in symbols/art beyond what the artist intended? If so, what does this say about meaning in general?  I've provided the link to the Wiki below as a reference to the image: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geopoliticus_Child_Watching_the_Birth_of_the_New_Man  

Psicoativo | Podcast de Psicologia
Outra técnica para esquecer ex

Psicoativo | Podcast de Psicologia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 1:27


[só até amanhã | 25/10/22] Cupom de desconto para o ebook “Psicologia Prática – 107 técnicas para mudar sua vida“: https://universodapsicologia.com/pp https://archive.org/download/outra-tecnica-para-esquecer-ex/outra-tecnica-para-esquecer-ex.mp3 O conteúdo Outra técnica para esquecer ex aparece primeiro em Universo da Psicologia.

Down the Rabbit Hole with Rob Woll
The Discovery of the Unconscious- The First Dynamic Psychiatry

Down the Rabbit Hole with Rob Woll

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 16:28


The Discovery of the Unconscious by Henri Ellenberger. This classic work is a monumental, integrated view of man's search for an understanding of the inner reaches of the mind. In an account that is both exhaustive and exciting, the distinguished psychiatrist and author demonstrates the long chain of development through the exorcists, magnetisms, and hypnotists, that led to the fruition of dynamic psychiatry in the psychological systems of Janet, Freud, Adler, and Jung.

The Cigar Authority
The Next Big Thing In Cigars!

The Cigar Authority

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 123:11 Very Popular


This week on The Cigar Authority broadcasting live from the Toscano Sound Stage in Salem, New Hampshire... The next generation of cigar makers and cigar-lebrities. It's the changing of the guards – Who are the next players in the Cigar Industry? We will fire up a the Adventura Queens Pearl from the care package in the first hour while in the second hour we will fire up Freud bother of which were made at the same factory that was recently destroyed by fire. Join us for all of this and the usual suspects including the VS Question of the Week, Offer of the Day, Cigar News, The email of the week and a peek into the Asylum. The Cigar Authority is a member of the United Podcast Network and is recorded live in front of a studio audience at Studio 21 Podcast Cafe upstairs at Two Guys Smoke Shop in Salem, NH. The Cigar Authority broadcasts live on Saturday at 12noon on our website, TheCigarAuthority.com as well as Facebook Live, YouTube and is available on your favorite podcast catcher.

Psicoativo | Podcast de Psicologia
Técnica contraintuitiva para criar vontade

Psicoativo | Podcast de Psicologia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 8:46


Você não cria vontade do nada, mas pode criar com técnica. Baixa aí o ebook “Psicologia Prática – 107 técnicas para mudar sua vida” e aprenda a aplicar a psicologia científica para seu desenvolvimento pessoal. […] O conteúdo Técnica contraintuitiva para criar vontade aparece primeiro em Universo da Psicologia.

Classic Audiobook Collection
Reflections on War and Death by Sigmund Freud ~ Full Audiobook

Classic Audiobook Collection

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 80:52


Reflections on War and Death by Sigmund Freud audiobook. Anyone, as Freud tells us in Reflections on War and Death, forced to react against his own impulses may be described as a hypocrite, whether he is conscious of it or not. One might even venture to assert—it is still Freud's argument—that our contemporary civilisation favours this sort of hypocrisy and that there are more civilised hypocrites than truly cultured persons, and it is even a question whether a certain amount of hypocrisy is not indispensable to maintain civilisation. When this travesty of civilisation, this infallible state that has regimented and dragooned its citizens into obedience, goes to war, Freud is pained but not surprised that it makes free use of every injustice, of every act of violence that would dishonour the individual, that it employs not only permissible cunning but conscious lies and intentional deception against the enemy, that it absolves itself from guarantees and treaties by which it was bound to other states and makes unabashed confession of its greed and aspiration to power. For conscience, the idea of right and wrong, in the Freudian sense, is not the inexorable judge that teachers of ethics say it is: it has its origin in nothing but "social fear," and whereas in times of peace the state forbids the individual to do wrong, not because it wishes to do away with wrongdoing but because it wishes to monopolise it, like salt or tobacco, it suspends its reproach in times of war. The suppression of evil desires also ceases, and men, finding the moral ties loosened between large human units, commit acts of cruelty, treachery, deception and brutality the very possibility of which would have been considered incompatible with their degree of culture.

Méta de Choc
Que vaut la psychanalyse ? avec Jacques Van Rillaer — SHOCKING ! #25.4

Méta de Choc

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 61:29


Chapitre 4 : Une abondante progéniture.Parler de la psychanalyse, c'est parler de Freud bien sûr, et le resituer dans son époque, mais c'est aussi évoquer celles et ceux qui lui ont succédé.De son vivant, Freud a côtoyé et formé énormément de professionnel•les de la santé mentale, qui ont ensuite fait vivre et évoluer la psychanalyse au fil des décennies. Qui sont ces gens et qu'ont-ils apporté à la connaissance de la psyché humaine ?•• SOUTENIR ••Méta de Choc est gratuit, indépendant et sans publicité. Vous pouvez vous aussi le soutenir en faisant un don ponctuel ou mensuel : https://metadechoc.fr/tree/•• RESSOURCES ••Toutes les références en lien avec cette émission sont sur le site Méta de Choc : https://metadechoc.fr/podcast/que-vaut-la-psychanalyse/•• SUIVRE ••Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, PeerTube, YouTube.•• TIMECODES ••01:17 : Les neurosciences confirment-elles les théories de Freud ? Théorie du frayage, plasticité cérébrale, Boson de Higgs, réflexe de Semmelweis, études neuroscientifiques.05:33 : Freud était-il un héros ? Auto-analyse, Freud était-il un charlatan ? mensonges de Freud, traitement par la cocaïne, guérison des hystériques, neurasthénie et masturbation, récits d'incestes, aveux forcés.11:10 : Alfred Adler : volonté de puissance de Nietzsche, socialiste, complexe d'infériorité, psychologue clinicien, biais d'interprétation, biais de sélection, Karl Popper.19:26 : Otto Rank et Sandor Ferenczi : le traumatisme de la naissance, désir de retour à la mère, discorde sur l'efficacité de la thérapie, psychanalyse active, exclusion.25:18 : Carl Gustav Jung : inconscient collectif, archétypes, féminin universel, anima, animus, persona, masque social, synchronicités, individuation, spiritualité, occultisme, conflit avec Freud, archétype de la pomme, analyses didactiques, le thérapeute se met en risque pendant la thérapie, influence sur le mouvement New Age, alchimie, pensée par analogie.38:33 : Wilhelm Reich : spiritualité, intuition, marxisme, libération sexuelle, énergie cosmique, énergie vitale, cuirasse caractérielle, psychologie des masses, paranoïaque, brise-nuage, orgone, critique de la pulsion de mort, thérapie biodynamique, Fritz Perls, Gestalt thérapie, théories très variées en psychanalyse, Wilhelm Steckel, angoisse de la mort, confirmation de la théorie par le patient, L'Homme au rat, la psychanalyse s'autoconfirme.46:57 : Les femmes de la psychanalyse : Lou Andréa Salomé, Anna Freud, Marie Bonaparte, Gustave Lebon, plaisir clitoridien, traduction des textes de Freud en français.52:00 : Dans les pays anglo-saxons : Ernest Jones, fuite des psychanalystes juifs en Angleterre et aux États-Unis, Melanie Klein, inconscient du nourrisson, complexe d'Œdipe, mère dévorante, fantasme de destruction du sein de la mère, Donald Winnicott, objet transitionnel, mère suffisamment bonne, John Bowlby, théorie de l'attachement affectif, Konrad Lorenz, imprégnation, psychologie cognitive. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Psicoativo | Podcast de Psicologia
Técnica para esquecer ex (namorada, ficante, esposa, marido…)

Psicoativo | Podcast de Psicologia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 1:22


Como esquecer a ex namorada de vez? Como esquecer ficante, ex esposa, ex marido, ex amor, ex que te traiu, um ex que te fez sofrer muito..? Estranhamente você não vê muita solução prática para […] O conteúdo Técnica para esquecer ex (namorada, ficante, esposa, marido…) aparece primeiro em Universo da Psicologia.

Psicoativo | Podcast de Psicologia

[Ebook] Psicologia Prática – 107 técnicas para mudar sua vida: https://universodapsicologia.com/pp https://archive.org/download/e-hora-da-mudanca/e-hora-da-mudanca.mp3 O conteúdo É hora de mudar aparece primeiro em Universo da Psicologia.

Yeshivat Deah VeHaskel
Torah And Psychology Freud And Defense Mechanisms

Yeshivat Deah VeHaskel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 44:08


Introduction to Freud, the structure of the personality, defense mechanisms, and examples from Tanakh. Second session of series at Midreshet Eshel 5782-83

History Unplugged Podcast
Sigmund Freud Deluded Himself Into Thinking The Nazis Weren't A Threat Until It Was Nearly Too Late

History Unplugged Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 44:30 Very Popular


“The ‘uncanny' is that class of the terrifying which leads back to something long known to us, once very familiar.” This is a quote from Sigmund Freud, the father of modern psychanalysis. He laid the foundations of understanding the subconscious and how our mind tries to protect us in ways we don't understand. But what is strange is that for Freud, he arguably had problems identifying the uncanny in his own life. Freud's ethnicity and beliefs made him an outsider in early 20th century Europe. As a Jew, Freud had long been met with anti-Semitism; but as an atheist, he took it less personally than others, and these encounters rarely struck a nerve. Only towards the end of his life, as warning signs of hatred and murder brewed in his native Austria, did he recognize the terrifyingly familiar prejudice. By then, it had already threatened his family – and he almost didn't realize the very real danger until it was too late.Today we are looking at Freud's own neuroses, against the backdrop of Nazi conquest of Austria. When the Germans invaded in 1938, Freud was still in deep denial. Several prominent people close to Freud, however, knew better. They began a coordinated effort to persuade Freud to leave his cherished Vienna and emigrate to England.I'm speaking today with Andrew Nagorski, author of “Saving Freud: The Rescuers Who Brought Him to Freedom.” We look at the remarkable collection of people – Freud's personal physician, Napoleon's great-grandniece, the heiress to the Tiffany fortune, his daughter Anna, an American ambassador, and his English-language translator – who succeeded in coaxing Freud to safety.In light of his story, we also look at the limits of the human brain when faced with true horror and true evil, which pace Freud, is a psychoanalytic study in and of itself.

The Secret Teachings
The Secret Teachings 10/17/22 - Shadows of Halloween w. Anthony Tyler

The Secret Teachings

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 120:01


Halloween is a time of shadow, blurred lines between the visible and invisible. It is also a time for reflection as the sun loses strength and the moon dominates. We can reflect on ourselves as much as on the changing of nature around us. Anthony Tyler joins us for a deep dive into the psychology of autumn, winter and Halloween.

Psicoativo | Podcast de Psicologia
Como conseguir estudar muitas horas por dia? (4h, 8h, 12h, 16h…)

Psicoativo | Podcast de Psicologia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 12:01


Há muitos questões comuns sobre estudar muito tempo. “Como conseguir estudar 4 horas por dia?” “É possível estudar 8 horas por dia? 12h por dia? 18 horas por dia?” É possível estudar todas essas horas, […] O conteúdo Como conseguir estudar muitas horas por dia? (4h, 8h, 12h, 16h…) aparece primeiro em Universo da Psicologia.

Big DK Energy
Putting the "Men" in Mental Health- with Ryan Mir

Big DK Energy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 62:14


Ryan Mir is a mental health counselor from New Jersey, who operates out of South Florida. On today's episode, we speak about how he got into his profession, stigmas around mental health, especially for males, and we go over why Freud was an oddball. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bigdkenergypodcast/support

Psychoanalysis On and Off the Couch
Foreignness, the Blues, and Psychoanalysis in Iran with Gohar Homayounpour, PsyD (Tehran)

Psychoanalysis On and Off the Couch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 50:41


"Aren't these daughters of Persia retelling that myth [Shahnameh] as we speak - they put their hair down, Rudabeh put her hair down. This time maybe from this union there will now be a baby girl that will be born. This new epic female hero will transform this land. Something has happened - it's an event, and whether we like it or not there is going to be a before and after. We observe the best of Rudabeh's daughter in every single one of these girls. We know in psychoanalysis that these things are not something that can just happen - that the birth of the subject is a process and this birth of Rudabeh's daughter has been long overdue. It has been a long time in the making, and I am sorry…I get very emotional, but I look forward to her becoming."       Episode Description: We begin by acknowledging the political turmoil currently surrounding and impacting our conversation about psychoanalysis in Iran. We discuss the nature of foreignness both as a geographical entity and an intrapsychic experience. Gohar recognizes the essential subversive spirit of discovering one's authentic voice and challenges efforts to homogenize one's identity in an artificial search for sameness. Tolerating discomfort is for her a hallmark of analytic maturation. We discuss the Blues which contain sorrow and promise -"it lives on the edge of falling into melancholy." We learn that Freud was translated into Farsi as early as 1906 and that Gohar was a founder of the Freudian Group of Tehran. We close with hopes for a future inspired by the courage of the young women of today with conversations freed from concerns about safety.    Our Guest: Gohar Homayounpour, PsyD is a psychoanalyst and author. She is a member of the International Psychoanalytic Association, the American Psychoanalytic Association, the Italian Psychoanalytical society, and the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis. She is a Training and Supervising psychoanalyst of the Freudian Group of Tehran, of which she is also the founder and past president. She is also a member of the scientific board at the Freud Museum in Vienna, and of the IPA group Geographies of Psychoanalysis.  Her first book, Doing Psychoanalysis in Tehran (2012) won the Gradiva award and has been translated into many languages including French, German, Italian, Turkish, and Spanish. Her latest book is titled Persian Blues, Psychoanalysis and Mourning (2022).    Recommended Readings:    Homayounpour, Gohar.  Doing Psychoanalysis in Tehran, (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press,2012).    Dislocated Subject, edited by Preta, Lorena (ed.), Geographies of Psychoanalysis, Mimesis International, 2018    Geographies of Psychoanalysis (Encounters Between Cultures In Tehran), edited by Preta, Lorena (ed.), Mimesis International, 2015.    Busch, Fred. A Fresh Look at Psychoanalytic Technique, selected papers on Psychoanalysis, Routledge, 2021.    Bolognini, Stefano. Vital Flows between the Self and Non-Self: The Interpsychic. Routledge, 2022. 

Méta de Choc
Que vaut la psychanalyse ? avec Jacques Van Rillaer — SHOCKING ! #25.3

Méta de Choc

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 59:15


NOTE IMPORTANTE : Au sujet de l'amnésie traumatique, il existe des cas où le traumatisme crée un cloisonnement de l'information et un fonctionnement neurologique spécifique. Nous n'avons pas développé cet aspect ici, mais il en sera question plus en détail dans la série SHOCKING ! 26.Chapitre 3 : La méthode en question.Le fer de lance de la psychanalyse, ce sont les cas de patients présentés comme emblématiques à la fois des souffrances humaines et de l'efficacité de la méthode de Freud. Examinons donc quelques-uns de ces cas, et passons les théories du père fondateur au crible des écrits historiques et des connaissances scientifiques actuelles.Dans ce troisième volet, Jacques Van Rillaer continue de déplier la carte du monde freudien et nous guide pas à pas sur le chemin sinueux des fondements de la psychanalyse.•• SOUTENIR ••Méta de Choc est gratuit, indépendant et sans publicité. Vous pouvez vous aussi le soutenir en faisant un don ponctuel ou mensuel : https://metadechoc.fr/tree/•• RESSOURCES ••Toutes les références en lien avec cette émission sont sur le site Méta de Choc : https://metadechoc.fr/podcast/que-vaut-la-psychanalyse/•• SUIVRE ••Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, PeerTube, YouTube.•• TIMECODES ••01:07 : Les grands cas de la psychanalyse : Anna O., Joseph Breuer, Petit Hans, peur des chevaux, complexe d'Œdipe, phobie, thérapie comportementale, Dora, hystérie, masturbation, énurésie, interprétations abusives, Anna Freud, Mélanie Klein, scène primitive.18:07 : D'autres cas de Freud : L'Homme aux loups, trouble maniaco-dépressif, bipolarité, interprétation des rêves, renversement dans son contraire, Horace Frink, suggestion, manipulation, cynisme, désillusions de Freud.29:37 : Les théories de Freud à l'épreuve de la science : la psychanalyse est-elle irréfutable ? l'inconscient, processus inconscient, fantôme de la machine, refoulement, rumination, mémoire épisodique, mémoire traumatique, associations libres, comportementalisme, phobie des araignées, bonne ou mauvaise interprétation, décodage symbolique, jeux de mots, constitution des rêves pendant le sommeil paradoxal, jouissance, désir d'inceste, complexe d'Œdipe, complexe d'Électre, impact de la libido infantile sur la vie d'adulte, voyeurisme, envie du pénis, complexe de castration.49:43 : Le manque de méthode statistique : Françoise Dolto, frigidité, Philippe Grimbert, cigarette, pulsion de mort, concept mentaliste, raisonnement circulaire, Molière, Le Médecin imaginaire. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

NachDenkSeiten – Die kritische Website
Des einen Leid, des anderen Freud’

NachDenkSeiten – Die kritische Website

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 12:52


Spätestens seit dem Anschlag auf die Nord-Stream-Pipelines steht die deutsche Industrie durch die hohen Energiepreise vor einer dramatischen Lage. US-Finanzkonzerne scharren derweil bereits mit den Hufen, um die bislang für sie unerreichbaren deutschen Mittelständler aufzukaufen. Wir befinden uns nicht nur im Wirtschaftskrieg gegen Russland, sondern auch in einem Wirtschaftskrieg gegen die USA; auch wennWeiterlesen

The Two Tongues Podcast
S2E71 - Slaying of the Mother, Oedipus and the Triumph of the Sun

The Two Tongues Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 82:46


In this episode we return to Erich Neumann's Origin and History of Consciousness to try and make sense of the Oedipus complex as described by Freud. We take on the strange motifs of incest and patricide and explain how and why they aren't as taboo as you might think. We also explore the connections between our most ancient myths and our experience of being conscious. Here goes... Enjoy :)

Success, Decisions, & Rock N' Roll
You MUST Use Your DARK SIDE to be Successful, thank you John Williams

Success, Decisions, & Rock N' Roll

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 22:31


Your Dark Side is not evil, it's just hidden. It's actually a remaining part of you that you have been ashamed of most of your life. This week we dive into this whole concept from Carl Jung, and use his works to guide us towards the fully integrated life that we all so deeply desire.

Meme Intelligence Agency
Nuclear Cream Cola (feaat. one of @the.dark.bros)

Meme Intelligence Agency

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 47:02


The agents discuss Mount Chasta, Dark Brother dietician advice, Freud is right, cream, demons and much more.

The Weekly Eudemon
An Introduction to Eric Voegelin

The Weekly Eudemon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 20:00


Out of this paradoxical mish-mash of empire, Fascism, Catholicism, tradition, and modernity stepped a big dose of genius. Men who became giants in their fields, ranging from music to economics to psychoanalysis, many of whom fled Fascism to settle in western Europe or the United States. A partial list: Carl Menger, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Rudolph Carnap, Sigmund Freud, Martin Buber, Karl Popper, Viktor Frankl, Arnold Schoenberg, Ludwig von Mises, F.A. Hayek.And Eric Voegelin.Voegelin is possibly the least known but possibly the greatest among them. He was poor at self-promotion, his prose was difficult, and his ideas were nearly impossible to appreciate. To compound the problem, he refused to “write down” to make his prose more accessible, insisting the reader make the required effort to understand the problem that was modernity, and then he compounded the problem even more by using neologisms that no one understood. Voegelin biographies spend a lot of time defining words, some even including a separate glossary at the end.But I suspect the real reason Voegelin never really caught on like, say, Freud or von Mises: He simply didn't resonate. Luther wouldn't have resonated in the 11thcentury; Nietzsche would have lived with the wolves in the 8th.Voegelin, with the analytic precision of a mathematician, tried to explain how transcendence plays into earthly politics. It wasn't a song that played well in the exuberant and optimistic days of post-WWII America, which cared for such things about as much as Stalin cared about the Pope's legions.On top of that, I believe Voegelin set himself an impossible task. The Tao can't be explained in mathematical terms. But he was also correct: The Tao can't be ignored, whether currently or in historical explanations.Show notes here

No Bad Ideas
Freud Fuel

No Bad Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 38:26


We're back! And we return with two classics NBI genres of bad idea. First, Gabriel brings us an Am I The Asshole post about overbearing mothers during wedding planning, but definitely not in the way that you think. We turn it into a trippy, hallucinogenic virtual reality experience gone wrong where the path to emotional truth is paved with simulations. Then Sarah brings us a tale of technology on airplanes going wrong in a seemingly harmless but very strange way, and we, of course, turn it into an Alfred Hitchcock thriller. Plus: the multi-channel silent disco, hacked Alexas, interrobangs, a very specific set of circumstances, and Season 2 of The Rehearsal.  Today's Bad Ideas™: Idea #1Idea #2 Support the show: http://patreon.com/NoBadIdeasSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Machinic Unconscious Happy Hour
Mourning and Melancholia

Machinic Unconscious Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 72:46


This week Taylor and Coop discuss Freud's Mourning and Melancholia. The discussion includes threads on libidinal economy, depression, narcissism and more. Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/muhh Twitter: @unconscioushh Instagram: @unconscioushh

CrossPolitic Show
"Critical Sex Theory: How to keep Marx and Freud out of your Bedroom" Voddie Baucham

CrossPolitic Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 52:24


It’s Conference Week! This week we'll be showing a few gems from our past events! Here’s Pastor Voddie Baucham with his talk “Critical Sex Theory: How to keep Marx and Freud out of your Bedroom” from our Fight Laugh Feast Conference: “Politics of Sex”. Sign up for the Fight Laugh Feast Conference: The Serrated Edge! https://flfnetwork.com/knoxville2022/ Become a Member for Access to All of our Shows & Conference Talks! https://flfnetwork.com/product/fightlaughfestclub/