Austrian neurologist and founder of psychoanalysis
How and why you should pick an authentic Catholic College with Jordan Almanzer, from Kolbe Academy, joining Trending with Timmerie (2:53) Can Catholics donate organs? (13:16) Why St. John Paul II says philosophers Freud, Marx, and Nietzsche are wrong about the human person – Theology of the Body series. (27:00) Raising bossy little girls with Catholic principles. (44:00) Timmerie's favorite books. (48:15) Resources mentioned : Theology of the Body Series – Episode 1 https://relevantradio.com/2023/07/theology-of-the-body-in-the-beginning-special-podcast-highlight/ A link for Advanced Medical Directives https://dioceseofraleigh.org/sites/default/files/inline-files/AD-Final-2017-Zarama-2.pdf Another link for Advanced Medical Directives https://www.cathdal.org/Form-STMS_Advance_Directive_July_2015.pdf Newman guide https://t.co/iN2CbnZ0A3 Kolbe Academy https://t.co/tBQxmhuY2k-
You can find the whole thing at both the Things Observed patreon as well as the ParaPower Mapping patreon!Below is a description of some of what we discuss from the man himself Klonny:Synchronicities b/w Hanussen & Hitler's lives; Levenda & Lewis's contention that EJH taught Hitler mass hypnosis; his possibly embellished birth in a holding cell in Vienna; his vaudevillian upbringing; Hanussen's possible Sabbatean or Frankist lineage (via a Spence essay); the presence of said sects in the Steinschneider hometown of Prossnitz; his "Orientalist" & esotericist uncle Moritz; EJH's childhood obsession w/ Emperor Nero; his purported capture of a highwayman at 9 years old; EJH running away to join the circus as a preteen; EJH's intro to sexual blackmail as telepathic paparazzo for the Viennese tabloid Der Blitz; his manipulation of a printer's strike; his conscription into the Austro-Hungarian army; his WWI service; his time in a burial squad & his cemetery séance; mentalist routines in the trenches; Hanussen bribing a military censor to feed him letters so he could use them as proof of his clairvoyance; his abortive attempt to fake war neuroses; EJH going AWOL for 2 weeks to perform in Vienna, which led to him winning the hearts of the Austro-Hungarian royal family... leading to his transfer from the front lines to a performing unit at the family's behest; EJH's growing fame as a mentalist & psychic detective post-WWI; his manipulation of the experimental psychologist Joe Labero, who he tricked into teaching him "muscle reading" to expose a fellow magician—a technique that would become central to EJH's routine; history of muscle reading, which brings us to US neurologists & psychologists like Dr. Beard & William James; Hanussen & Freud discussing hypnosis in Vienna; the undeniable connections b/w the two men via Freud's acolyte Schilder, who observed Erik; EJH's work as a hypnotist at the Institute for Breath Therapy; Hanussen's psychic "detection" of the culprit behind the theft of 100ks of kronen bills from an Austrian mint; the possibility EJH conspired crimes only to solve them & boost his legend; his opportunistic attempts to manipulate the "Vampire of Düsseldorf" killings for media coverage; the Vampire's (aka Peter Kurten) disgusting bestiality paraphilia = the sex magickal ritual killings of animals at Crowley's Abbey of Thelema; the Vampire -> to Fritz Lang's noir oeuvre, particularly M & the Dr. Mabuse trilogy; the likelihood Dr. Mabuse was directly inspired by EJH, connecting to the TV series Babylon Berlin, which has a hypno criminal mastermind character who was definitely inspired by Dr. Mabuse & EJH; the show's allusions to EJH's sexual blackmail & the private séance that he performed for the Krupp family; and we set the stage for Hanussen's arms trading, espionage, & Nazi-filled pleasure cruises in the subsequent installment... Plus much more.Giant thanks to PPM for all the hard work he has put into researching Hanussen. Go follow all his work because he is the man and you're missing out if you don't!
For twenty-some years, Naomi Klein has been a leading thinker on the left. She's especially known for the idea of disaster capitalism: an analysis that the forces of big business will exploit any severe disruption to take over more space in our lives. She was often confused with another prominent political writer, Naomi Wolf—once a feminist on the left who has, in recent years, embraced conspiracy theories on the right and is now on good terms with Steve Bannon. Klein's new book, “Doppelganger,” starts with this simple case of mistaken identity and broadens into an analysis of our political moment, which she describes as “uncanny” in the psychological sense. “Freud described the uncanny as that species of frightening that changes what was once familiar to something unfamiliar,” she tells the staff writer Jia Tolentino. “It's that weirdness of ‘I think I know what this is, but it's not what I think.' ” Klein argues that the left and the right have become doppelgangers of one another—and that denialism regarding climate change has widened to any number of topics, including the claim that Joe Biden is dead and is being played by an actor. “Whenever you don't like reality, you can just say that it's not real,” she says.
Wellness + Wisdom | Episode 571 Are you aware of the archetypes that are stopping you from reaching your full potential? Greg Schmaus, joins Josh Trent on the Wellness + Wisdom podcast, episode 571, to share how core archetypes represent your relationship with your own power, why you should heal your inner child, and what it takes to break generational patterns and become at peace with your life. "Ego is a collection of archetypes that protect the safety and security of your inner child. You're not really able to ascend into higher states of consciousness that 30,000 foot vantage point until you've healed your inner child. 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When we understand our core survival archetypes, we unpack the true origins of our current health challenges. Unpack Your Soul Contracts: Once we have explored our core archetypes, we begin to see the contracts that we have come into this lifetime to work through. We heal our core wounds and reclaim the medicine within. Unlock Your Potential: As we explore our core archetypes and review our old contracts, we begin to reclaim our personal power and align with our highest potential. We access the unique gift that we are here to share with the world. Heal your inner child. Rewrite your victim story. Overcome self-sabotage. Reclaim your self-worth. Heal your mother and father lineage. Access your own divinity. 20% off | code: "WELLNESSFORCE" In This Episode, Greg Schmaus Uncovers: [01:30] Healing Your Core Archetypes Greg Schmaus Healing Your Core Archetypes | 20% off with the code "WELLNESSFORCE" Healing The Mind | 20% off with code "WELLNESSFORCE" 356 Greg Schmaus | Ancient Secrets: Healing OCD & Boosting Mental Health 414 Greg Schmaus | Healing The Mind: A Journey To Wholeness Why we're all looking for peace. How our archetypes represent the relationship with our own power. Why we're scared of our own power. [05:10] The World Is Your Mirror How archetypes help us understand collective patterns. Unpacking how external patterns show us our own internal patterns. Why you should use what's happening in the world as a reflection of your psyche to help you heal. The contracts that Greg healed in himself using archetypes. Why our initial contracts give us security but don't work long-term. [10:50] Why You Need to Heal Your Inner Child Why trauma response brings us into survival mode as a protective mechanism. How survival mode is driven by the ego. Why you need to heal your inner child to access higher consciousness. King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine by Robert Moore and Douglas Gillette Richard C. Schwartz [16:35] The Four Archetypes of Survival The seven core archetypes. Caroline Myss Why the four survival archetypes are the foundation of the other three archetypes. Describing each of the four archetypes of survival. How Greg created his own victim contract to get his emotional needs met. Why we unconsciously self-sabotage our success and power. How the prostitute archetypes seek guarantee over taking risks. Why we shouldn't get our needs met through pain. [24:50] Generational Patterns: Break The Cycle Why knowing about the archetypes is not enough to heal old wounds. The patterns that parents pass on to their children. Why Greg added three more archetypes as an expression of repeated patterns. If we don't heal our wounds, we'll project them onto our children. How trauma is passed from generation to generation. [30:00] Don't Get Stuck in Time Why Josh believes everything is happening for us, not to us. How trauma leaves us stuck in time to protect our core wounds. Why life puts situations in your way that are helping us heal. Ego Is The Enemy by Ryan Holiday Why the soul doesn't have an enemy, only the ego has it. [35:00] Letting Go + Becoming at Peace with Life How to be at peace with what happens in your life. Matt Kahn How our spiritual journey is related to moving through moments of devastation. Why we need to let go and allow life to annihilate the resistance we have. 521 The Truth About Living A Spiritual Life + Vision Quests | Mark Tollefson Why we need to be careful what we pray for. [40:00] Dream A New Dream Josh's dream about his fear of death and how it has been holding him back. Interpreting dreams through archetypes. The connection between dream and myth. Why it's our responsibility to dream a new dream. 503 Paul Levy | Wetiko: Break Free From Collective Mass Psychosis [45:35] The Healing Spiral + Collective Patterns 543 Kelly Brogan MD | How to Love ALL Your Parts + Be Self-Sovereign Why our wounds and patterns keep coming back. How we're healing collective patterns on a personal level. Why people go back to old trauma thinking it's theirs. Freud vs Jung How to recognize collective patterns. Why healing ourselves supports the healing of the collective. [52:40] Healing Parental Wounds + The Sacred Masculine How the relationship with our mother and father defines how we receive ourselves and how we think others receive us. Why the sacred masculine is a container for the feminine. The emptiness of compassion. How inner healing allows the masculine to become a strong container. [59:45] Expressing Your Needs to Your Partner Why we need to communicate our needs. The Four Agreements by Miguel Ruiz How the survival archetypes interfere with conscious communication. The four parts of Greg's archetype healing method: Part 1: What the archetype is. Part 2: Meditation to connect with the archetype inside you. Part 3: EFT practice + speaking + energetic clearing. Part 4: Journaling + integration. [01:05:55] The Imago Dei Archetype: The Image of God Why the Imago Dei is the original archetype. How our beliefs around God and death trigger the other archetypes. Why our relationship with God is directly related to our intuition. How life can do the healing work on you by just participating in life. The difference between danger and discomfort. Leave Wellness + Wisdom a Review on Apple Podcasts Power Quotes From The Show The Ego Protects You "Our ego is always trying to protect what life is always trying to annihilate. Life has a target on your core wounds because the universe knows that until you heal those core wounds, you're always going to be brought back down to that level of development. You're going to attract situations in life that are going to give you an opportunity to heal core wounds that you experienced as a child." - Greg Schmaus Collective Wounds "A lot of times we have this illusion that if we keep revisiting things or the same things keep coming up, it means we haven't healed that in ourselves. Which maybe that's true but I think there's a possibility that that's not true. A lot of the things that we're healing within ourselves are not actually ours personally. They're collective patterns that we're voluntarily working through as a way of transmuting that energy out of the collective." - Greg Schmaus Intuition = Relationship with God "Your relationship with God directly connects to your relationship with your intuition. Your intuition is an expression of the higher self that's guiding you towards your potential which a lot of times goes against what feels safe and familiar. If you're still in your survival archetype, always needing to go to self-preservation, you're going to override intuition to always go into that self-preservation because the two are in conflict. Once you heal these survival archetypes, you're in a different relationship with truth. And when you're in a different relationship with truth, now it can come in without as much interference from all of these survival parts telling you why it is not a good idea." - Greg Schmaus Your Power Is Your Energy "Where you give your power away is where you give your energy away. 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He is the creator of “Healing The Mind" and "Healing Your Core Archetypes" programs. With a fully integrated approach to physical and mental health, Greg supports students across the world in gaining understanding and meaning to their healing journey. Through his online programs and personal client coaching, Greg guides students and clients towards higher awareness, empowerment, and freedom in their lives through authentic lifestyle practices. Over the past decade, Greg has coached countless clients with various physical and mental health challenges; integrating the lessons of many of his great teachers and mentors, including Paul Chek and Alberto Villoldo. Website Instagram YouTube Listen To The Latest Episodes... Greg Schmaus | Healing The Mind: A Journey To Wholeness
Randolph Nesse is the Founder of Evolutionary Medicine & Psychiatry. He is Professor Emeritus of the Departments of Psychiatry and Psychology, and Institute for Social Research, The University of Michigan; Research Professor of Life Sciences, and Founding Director of The Center for Evolution and Medicine, Arizona State University; Founding President of The International Society for Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health. He is a Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science, a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, and an elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. EPISODE LINKS: Randy's Website: http://randolphnesse.com/ Randy's Books: https://tinyurl.com/2s3esmf2 Randy's Publications: https://tinyurl.com/fvebpdkt TIMESTAMPS: (0:00) - Introduction (0:30) - Free Will (10:56) - Belief in Free Will (13:57) - Evolution of Morality (19:40) - Kin Selection & Selfish Genes (Dawkins was right) (24:25) - Stigma behind Evolutionary Science (27:22) - Evolution & Religion (30:52) - Freud & the Unconscious (36:44) - Why does biology affect psychology? (45:10) - Limits of the DSM & Understanding the Mind (54:33) - Metacognition & Intuition (59:19) - Evolutionary Psychiatry (Natural Selection & Mental Disorder) (1:04:21) - Did Mental Illness Evolve? Good Reasons For Bad Feelings (1:08:40) - The Smoke Detector Principle (Signal Detection Theory) (1:13:23) - Hypophobia (not enough anxiety) & Mania (1:26:53) - Psychosis & Paranoia (1:30:10) - Adapting to Our Environment (1:35:29) - Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) (1:39:33) - Addressing the Medicalization Human Experience (1:45:35) - Psychiatry's Defense (1:49:16) - Conclusion CONNECT: - Website: https://tevinnaidu.com/ - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drtevinnaidu - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drtevinnaidu/ - Twitter: https://twitter.com/drtevinnaidu/ - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drtevinnaidu/ For Business Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org ============================= ABOUT MIND-BODY SOLUTION: Mind-Body Solution explores the nature of consciousness, reality, free will, morality, mental health, and more. This podcast presents enlightening discourse with the world's leading experts in philosophy, physics, neuroscience, psychology, linguistics, AI, and beyond. It will change the way you think about the mind-body dichotomy by showing just how difficult — intellectually and practically — the mind-body problem is. Join Dr. Tevin Naidu on a quest to conquer the mind-body problem and take one step closer to the mind-body solution. Dr Tevin Naidu is a medical doctor, philosopher & ethicist. He attained his Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery degree from Stellenbosch University, & his Master of Philosophy degree Cum Laude from the University of Pretoria. His academic work focuses on theories of consciousness, computational psychiatry, phenomenological psychopathology, values-based practice, moral luck, addiction, & the philosophy & ethics of science, mind & mental health. ===================== Disclaimer: We do not accept any liability for any loss or damage incurred from you acting or not acting as a result of watching any of our publications. You acknowledge that you use the information provided at your own risk. Do your research. Copyright Notice: This video and audio channel contain dialog, music, and images that are the property of Mind-Body Solution. You are authorised to share the link and channel, and embed this link in your website or others as long as a link back to this channel is provided. © Mind-Body Solution
https://www.letusthinkaboutit.com/step-78-the-parallax-view/Ryder discusses the concept of Slavoj Zizek's "The Parallax View" in three parts.Part 1: Ryder defines the parallax view as the convergence of seemingly parallel perspectives. He draws a connection to optical illusions of perspective and discusses how the parallax view involves looking beyond the central focus point. The author also touches on its use in astronomy.Part 2: Ryder discusses Slavoj Žižek's use of the parallax view in his book and how it reconsiders the traditional Hegelian dialectic of synthesis or sublation. He explains how Žižek's approach doesn't seek to overcome oppositional positions but acknowledges their inherent contradictions as perspectival points. (This involves Lacan, Freud, Marxism, and Levi-Strauss's sociology, and more.)Part 3: Ryder provides two examples of how the real-life parallax view works. First, he discusses faith and love as a parallax, emphasizing the need to change one's position to understand faith truly. Second, he references a scene from the movie "Guardians of the Galaxy" to illustrate how understanding can shift over time, emphasizing the importance of changing perspectives. He also shares the paralysis that multiple positions can invoke.
"We know as analysts there's a long literature on mourning and its connection to creativity from the time of Freud's work to George Pollock's work and others - but that's too intellectual; let me make it more personal, and then I'll talk about Freud and Maimonides. My father and my mother lost a combination of 10 siblings and a granddaughter murdered by the Nazis, plus their parents and aunts and uncles. I've heard stories about their siblings and I think: ‘Look what they would have done, what they would have created not just families but ideas', and I realized in my analysis that for years I have been trying to make up, by writing books, what would have been done by the aunts, uncles, and cousins that I never knew because they were murdered. So creativity can have a reparative, never enough perhaps, but a reparative quality.” Episode Description: I introduce the topic of the not fully acknowledged role of religion in the lives of analysts and analysands, which will be explored in future conversations. Nathan begins by sharing his personal connection with his religion, which he feels does not involve a belief in a God. He describes how his relation to his Judaism, like his essence as an analyst, entails an attunement to an inner life, a commitment to proper behavior, and a search for hidden meanings. He describes his family of origin and their almost complete annihilation in the Holocaust. We discuss the similarities he feels exists between Maimonides and Freud, the importance of mourning in their creative processes, and the great attention to 'the word' that both worldviews exhibit. We also take up whether 'belief' is an appropriate term to characterize one's psychoanalytic clinical work. We close with his sharing clinical examples where religion played an important role in the treatment. Linked Episode: https://harveyschwartzmd.com/2021/04/23/ep-6-how-to-raise-loving-and-creative-30-year-old/ Our Guest: Nathan Szajnberg, MD, is Retired Freud Professor, the Hebrew University and former Wallerstein Research Fellow in Psychoanalysis. Born in Germany, he attended the University of Chicago College and Medical School. His most recent books are Psychic Mimesis from Bible and Homer to the Present (Lexington) and The Secret Symmetry of Maimonides and Freud (Routledge). His third novel is A Windmill, A Knight, A Jerusalem. Recommended Readings: 1. Freud, Future of an Illusion (1928) Hogarth Press. 2. Meissner, W. W. (1985) Psychoanalysis: The Dilemma of Science and Humanism. Psychoanalytic Inquiry 5:471-498 3.Szajnberg, N. (2019) Jacob and Joseph, Judaism's Architects and Birth of the Ego Ideal. Cambridge Scholars Publishing 4. Wallerstein, R. S. (1998) Erikson's Concept of Ego Identity Reconsidered. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 46:229-247 5. Wallerstein, R. S. (2000) The Analysis of the Hysterical Patient: Limitations?. Forty-Two Lives in Treatment: A Study of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy 56:293-321 6. Wallerstein, R. S. (2014) Erik Erikson and His Problematic Identity. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 62:657-675
This is a free preview of a paid episode. To hear more, visit andrewsullivan.substack.comFreddie is a writer and academic. He's been a prolific freelancer at publications such as the NYT, the WaPo, Harper's, The Guardian, Politico, and The Daily Dish. His first book was The Cult of Smart (reviewed on the Dish as “Bell Curve leftism”), and his new book is How Elites Ate the Social Justice Movement. You should also follow his writing on Substack.For two clips of our convo — on the hypocrisy of helicopter parents on the left, and the relative evil of US foreign policy — pop over to our YouTube page. Other topics: Freddie's upbringing in NYC as a Red Diaper Baby; coming from a long line of communists; his father was a theater professor who took him to Indonesia; his mother, an environmental activist, died suddenly of brain cancer when he was 7; his father died of alcoholism when Freddie was 15; his bipolar diagnosis at 20; the shame of mental illness and Freddie eventually owning it publicly; his 2017 scandal that “killed my career for understandable reasons” and put him in a psychiatric hospital; the awful side effects of meds; Freud's view of relative happiness; how performative identify politics is destroying the left; Freddie renaming BLM “Black Professional-Managerial Class Lives Matter”; the loss of black lives skyrocketing after the summer of 2020; how cops disproportionately protect black Americans; how we need better policing and more police; why cops need to do their job even in the face of stigma; how middle-class blacks are more advantaged than white counterparts, especially in academia; how elite colleges “harvest” rich blacks from other countries; how black communities had less crime and more nuclear families before the 1960s; how the introduction of crack and the Drug War in the 1980s exploited black neighborhoods; how the left sees success as zero-sum among the races; white people who denounce themselves; how black Dems have always been a conservative force within the party; the positive changes of MeToo; the online posturing of “MemeToo” and how it has no effect on street harassment; and the dishonest criticism of Freddie's book by the WaPo.Browse the Dishcast archive for another convo you might enjoy (the first 102 episodes are free in their entirety — subscribe to get everything else). Coming up: Vivek Ramaswamy on his vision for America, Leor Sapir on the treatment of kids with gender dysphoria, and Ian Buruma on his new book The Collaborators: Three Stories of Deception and Survival in World War II. Later on: Spencer Klavan, Martha Nussbaum, Matthew Crawford, David Brooks and Pamela Paul. Please send any guest recs and pod dissent to email@example.com.
Are you ready to embark on a journey of wisdom, growth and self-discovery? This episode, we're joined by the ‘mental men' - Pat Rice, Dr. Robert Cherney, Dennis Sweeney, and Andrew Kang - four inspiring mentors who share their experiences and insights as psychotherapists. We converse about their diverse career trajectories and their perspectives on the therapy process, especially in treating those in recovery and de-stigmatizing mental health care. Their unique stories and experiences provide a rich tapestry of insight, inspiring us to look at mental health and healing in a new light.We explore how mentorship plays a critical role in therapy, as our mentors guide us, inspire us and help us understand ourselves better. We share personal stories - from Steve's experience with Bob and Dennis to Pat's metaphorical lesson from his last therapist. The conversation emphasizes the importance of self-reflection and learning to ask the right questions. We also explore the benefits of brain-based interventions and how they have the potential to revolutionize therapy.In the final part of our conversation, we delve into the essence of learning, healing, and community in therapy. We discuss the evolution of EMDR over the years, the effectiveness of virtual EMDR, and the importance of finding mentors and peers who understand the unique experience of doing therapy. We wrap up our conversation by expressing our gratitude to the mental men for sharing their wisdom and invite you to join us for the next season of the podcast. This conversation is a must-listen for anyone looking to gain a deeper understanding of the therapeutic journey, the importance of mentorship, and the value of community in healing and growth.YouTube Channel For The PodcastCoaching Program
Rachel E. Gross is an award-winning science journalist who wrote an incredible book called Vagina Obscura which was a finalist for the 2023 Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Nonfiction. Go ahead and be impressed, but do not be intimidated. Rachel will enthrall you with stories of outlandish treatments for ailments that plague people with female reproductive systems, including a personal tale involving rat poison and her own vagina. She takes us back through history to when the fallopian tubes were named after an Italian Catholic priest and when Freud decided that all "women's issues" were psychological. She discusses how medical terminology can be harmful, placing blame on the woman or the body part itself. If that's not enough to draw you in, listen as we realize that both Ellie and Julia know a ton about bacterial vaginosis, and in a delightful epiphany, Ellie gives the perfect name to the wall of vagina-inspired art in Rachel's home. Bonus points if you count the number of times "vagina" is said in this episode. Topics and timestamps10:40 - How Rachel got into writing about science, specifically the science of vaginas18:02 - The Vagina Poison Story24:37 - The microbiome of the vagina30:57 - How medical language puts the blame on the body part (#incompetentcervix)38:50 - Ancient ideas that have been carried through to modern medicine43:46 - Thoughts on implanting bits of ovarian tissue to stave off menopauseHandles and sitesRachel's websiteRachel's writingRachel's InstaBuy Vagina ObscuraList of Resources MentionedPooping only every 3 or more days linked with cognitive decline, research findsRachel telling her vagina rat poison story on Story ColliderDoing Harm by Maya DusenberyOther LinksErin's Faces Affiliate LinkJulia G WellnessLeave us a review!Support the showBe one of the helpers! SUBSCRIBE to this podcast on APPLE PODCASTS or SPOTIFY and leave us a review on APPLE PODCASTS.
Ein gutes Zitat mag jeder gern: So treffend! So klangvoll! So klug! Problem nur: Vieles von dem, was ihnen zugeschrieben wird, haben Einstein und Freud, Konfuzius und Twain NIE gesagt. Der Wiener Zitatforscher Gerald Krieghofer hat schon 700 falsche Zitate entlarvt - wir sprechen mit ihm über sein neues Buch "Die besten falschesten Zitate aller Zeiten". Sehr vergnüglich!
When developing a psychological theory the question “what drives behavior” must be answered. For Frankl it was meaning, for Freud it was pleasure, and for Adler it was a will to power, it was social responsibility, belonging, family constellation and birth order. Join Dave and Greg as they discuss another psychological juggernaut, Alfred Adler. Support the showFollow Modern Therapist's Guide to Nothing on social media:Instagram: @moderntherapistsguidetonothingTwitter: @MTGN_PodcastIntro and Outro music by 13th Ward Social ClubFollow on Instagram at @13thwardsocialclub and visit https://www.13thwardsocialclub.com/
The Magnetic Heart of God Cory Rosenke pt 2 Have you ever considered why “people do the things they do?” Including yourself? Have you ever pondered WHY you react certain ways in certain situations? Have you ever asked the question “WHY” and truly, honestly, wanted to seek the answer? Our guest today spent much of his childhood asking – and seeking – the answer to questions such as these. Ultimately, he discovered something that many people, Christians included, may miss as they run the rat race of life. Cory Rosenke spent much of his childhood in the grip of poverty, isolation and homelessness. He would spend time wandering lonely mountain slopes with his dog, a walking stick and a book. His passion for reading, not just any book, but books written by Plato, Aristotle and icons like that, sparked his imagination but drove him to read more. He studied works by Freud, Plutarch and C.S. Lewis, just to name a few. But then, he discovered the ultimate works, that introduced him to Jesus. Amen! Over the course of time, Cory discovered, what he calls, “The Five Cravings of the Soul,” that have applied to all of humanity through life and time. He says, “God created these cravings within us – for the purpose of drawing us towards a connection with Him.” Amen! Cory Rosenke is now an accomplished author, theologian, pastor and speaker. He is the author of a book that discusses these things, titled, “The Magnetic Heart of God: Understanding the Five Cravings of Your Soul.” This is part two (and the conclusion) of a great, two part interview! I think, before we get into your book, let's lay a foundation first. Can you tell us HOW you discovered the proof that we, as individuals, actually have a soul? In the beginning section of your book, you pose a unique question. So I want to bring this out first and get your opinion as we start. You share, “We live in a time of unprecedented prosperity. But yet, the collective emptiness is also unprecedented. How is this possible?” Could you share with us your perspective on this? In the video I watched, “The Bad News of the Gospel,” explain for us the meaning of “The Gospel explains the Storm before the Calm,” which you shared? I thought that was really good. You share that we seek fulfillment through “wealth, power and fame.” But what we discover, is that the inner sense of peace is missing when we think we achieve these things. Why is that? Let's get into the meat of the situation. You've identified the “5 Cravings of the Soul” as, “Security; Identity; Independence; Significance; Innocence.” You also relate these five cravings as being demonstrated in the Garden of Eden. I believe that gives us a clear understanding of the point you are trying to make. Could you elaborate on this for us so the audience will see what you are talking about in your book? Let's cover the first: Security. We all want security – to feel safe, in our life. Share a little about this need for our soul to experience a sense of security… What about...
The Magnetic Heart of God Cory Rosenke pt 1 Have you ever considered why “people do the things they do?” Including yourself? Have you ever pondered WHY you react certain ways in certain situations? Have you ever asked the question “WHY” and truly, honestly, wanted to seek the answer? Our guest today spent much of his childhood asking – and seeking – the answer to questions such as these. Ultimately, he discovered something that many people, Christians included, may miss as they run the rat race of life. Cory Rosenke spent much of his childhood in the grip of poverty, isolation and homelessness. He would spend time wandering lonely mountain slopes with his dog, a walking stick and a book. His passion for reading, not just any book, but books written by Plato, Aristotle and icons like that, sparked his imagination but drove him to read more. He studied works by Freud, Plutarch and C.S. Lewis, just to name a few. But then, he discovered the ultimate works, that introduced him to Jesus. Amen! Over the course of time, Cory discovered, what he calls, “The Five Cravings of the Soul,” that have applied to all of humanity through life and time. He says, “God created these cravings within us – for the purpose of drawing us towards a connection with Him.” Amen! Cory Rosenke is now an accomplished author, theologian, pastor and speaker. He is the author of a book that discusses these things, titled, “The Magnetic Heart of God: Understanding the Five Cravings of Your Soul.” He is joining us today, all the way from the San Francisco Bay area – help me welcome to the program, Pastor Cory Rosenke! Cory, it so good to have you with us today! I do appreciate your time! The first question I always start with is this. Other than that brief information I just shared, can you tell us in your own words, “Who is Cory Rosenke?” We are a three part being… body, soul and spirit. What role does the soul play in the interactions between those three parts? I think, before we get into your book, let's lay a foundation first. Can you tell us HOW you discovered the proof that we, as individuals, actually have a soul? In the beginning section of your book, you pose a unique question. So I want to bring this out first and get your opinion as we start. You share, “We live in a time of unprecedented prosperity. But yet, the collective emptiness is also unprecedented. How is this possible?” Could you share with us your perspective on this? In the video I watched, “The Bad News of the Gospel,” explain for us the meaning of “The Gospel explains the Storm before the Calm,” which you shared? I thought that was really good. You share that we seek fulfillment through “wealth, power and fame.” But what we discover, is that the inner sense of peace is missing when we think we achieve these things. Why is that? Let's get into the meat of the situation. You've identified the “5 Cravings of the Soul” as, “Security; Identity; Independence; Significance; Innocence.” You also relate these five cravings as being demonstrated in the...
durée : 00:59:58 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Philippe Garbit - "Croyez-vous que l'angoisse du temps présent a des caractères spécifiques ?" C'est la question à laquelle tentait de répondre Paul Ricœur dans sa première apparition radiophonique. Dans une seconde occasion, dix ans plus tard, c'est sur le rapport entre Freud et l'art qu'il s'exprime.
"By returning to the original tale of Narcissus, and the flower from which he takes his name, this book offers an alternative reading of narcissism..." Is their such a thing as healthy Narcissism? We chat with the author of 'Narcissus in Bloom - An Alternative History of the Selfie' about how the finger waving moralism surrounding 'selfies' requires further thought: If Narcissism is the defining pathology of the twenty-first century, what if rather than it being about self-obsession, it's an attempt at self-transformation? We discuss Freud's idea of finding others narcissism attractive, attempts to capture the ever changing self, politicians being authentically & consistently awful, the bourgeois gaze, 'whatever beings' and the feeling of 'what comes next' vs 'nothing comes next'. Matt also discusses the forgotten alternative versions of the Narcissus myth and what this reveals about self-transformation and renewal. References: Narcissus in Bloom - An Alternative History of the Selfie: https://repeaterbooks.com/product/narcissus-in-bloom/ Egress: On Mourning, Melancholy and Mark Fisher - https://repeaterbooks.com/product/egress-on-mourning-melancholy-and-mark-fisher/ Postcapitalist Desire: The Final Lectures - https://repeaterbooks.com/product/postcapitalist-desire-the-final-lectures/ -- Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/itsnotjustinyourhead Email us with feedback, questions, suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org. -- Harriet's other shows: WBAI Interpersonal Update (Wednesdays): https://wbai.org/program.php?program=431 Capitalism Hits Home: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPJpiw1WYdTNYvke-gNRdml1Z2lwz0iEH -- ATTENTION! This is a Boring Dystopia/Obligatory 'don't sue us' message: This podcast provides numerous different perspectives and criticisms of the mental health space, however, it should not be considered medical advice. Please consult your medical professional with regards to any health decisions or management. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsnotjustinyourhead/message
We cover two stories, the classic City of the Singing Flame, and The Good Embalmer. We chat geology, Freud, Star Trek, Dr Who, the London Underground, J Vernon Shea and discover just who is Randy Candle. Guest reader Mark Griffin 30 Minutes+ with HP Lovecraft podcastFavourite words: scoriac, pursy, Anakim, abdominous, jocose, rubicund.Download MP3COTSF artwork Randy CandleSupport the showContact us at email@example.comInnsmouth Literary FestivalNight Shade Books Facebook Youtube PatreonDragon's Teeth Gaming ChannelTim Mendees Innsmouth Gold Graveheart Designs
RU259: CHAWEON KOO PRESENTS “ANGELS, DEMONS & KETAMINE” This episode is a recording of a presentation by Chaweon Koo on “Angels, Demons & Ketamine” at Morbid Anatomy Museum online June 11, 2023. https://www.morbidanatomy.org Mysticism often involves sacred plants and mind-altering substances to aid in ritual journeying. The futurist version may also involve brain hacking via ketamine, mixed with the chaos magick and animism inherent in intense psychology modalities like EMDR and Internal Family Systems (IFS). Occultist and writer Chaweon Koo joins Vanessa Sinclair and Carl Abrahamson to discuss where bio-hacking, 8 esoteric body circuits, a scientist who talks to dolphins, and modern modes of inner journeying and magick intertwine. Chaweon Koo is a writer at the intersection of pop culture, the occult, and futurism. Her TikTok @chaweonkoo is one of the most popular occult accounts on the platform. She also interviews some of the most distinguished occultists and witches in the English-speaking world on her YouTube, Witches & Wine. Her book Spell Bound details her journey from an atheist witch into one of the most visible East Asian practitioners of both Eastern and Western occult traditions. https://beacons.ai/chaweonkoo The Psychoanalysis, Art & the Occult series of events, curated by Dr. Vanessa Sinclair and Carl Abrahamsson, is dedicated to exploring the intersections and integration of psychoanalytic theory, the creative arts, occult practices, and folk magic traditions. http://psychartcult.org Watch this event at our Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/manage/videos/836064582 Be sure to check out: RU236: CHAWEON KOO ON SPELL BOUND: A NEW WITCH'S GUIDE TO CRAFTING THE FUTURE Join me Tuesday, September 5 at 8PM London time for a presentation on “Freud and the Occult” by Vanessa Sinclair at The Last Tuesday Society / Victor Wynd Museum. https://www.thelasttuesdaysociety.org/event/freud-and-the-occult-by-dr-vanessa-sinclair/ Join us for 4 weeks for our class Harnessing the Magic and Creative Power of the Cut-up Method a la William Burroughs, David Bowie, Genesis P-Orridge, Led by Dr. Vanessa Sinclair and Carl Abrahamsson, beginning September 10: https://www.morbidanatomy.org/classes/ Support the podcast at our Patreon where we post exclusive content every week, as well as unreleased material and works in progress, and a Discord server: https://www.patreon.com/vanessa23carl We also have a Substack where weekly content is posted: https://vanessa23carl.substack.com Your support is GREATLY appreciated! Rendering Unconscious Podcast is hosted by Dr. Vanessa Sinclair, a psychoanalyst based in Sweden, who works with people internationally: www.drvanessasinclair.net Follow Dr. Vanessa Sinclair on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/rawsin_ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rawsin_/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@drvanessasinclair23 Visit the main website for more information and links to everything: www.renderingunconscious.org Many thanks to Carl Abrahamsson, who created the intro and outro music for Rendering Unconscious podcast. https://www.carlabrahamsson.com Check out Highbrow Lowlife at Bandcamp: https://highbrowlowlife.bandcamp.com His publishing company is Trapart Books, Films and Editions. https://store.trapart.net Follow him at: Twitter: https://twitter.com/CaAbrahamsson Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/carl.abrahamsson/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@carlabrahamsson Vimeo on Demand: https://vimeo.com/user3979080/vod_pages The song at the end of the episode is “Drug, the Brilliant Language” from the album "Indulgence not Compulsion" by Vanessa Sinclair & Pete Murphy: https://petemurphy.bandcamp.com Image: Junji Ito Manga Art Horror
It's Time to Radically Examine Our WorldviewDo you know where your worldview came from, and who influenced it the most? Was it “caught,” or “taught?” Is it Biblically based, influenced by Augustine or Freud or culture?It's time to radically examine how we think, how we live, and to decide whether it's working for us or not. And if we want to change our lives, we have to change our minds first. That's what we're doing in September.Scripture: Psalm 37:4Click the link below to access the Hope Is the First Dose playlist of hopeful, healing songs!Hope PlaylistBe sure to check out my new book, Hope Is the First Dose!Here's a free 5-day Bible study on YouVersion/BibleApp based on my new book!
Humor is one of the most sacred elements of human society. In this episode, Eddie and Justin discuss how and why humans use humor to cope with tragedy, how humor has changed over the years, and some of the neuroscience of laughter. And to fit the theme of the episode, they laugh the entire episode. Link to Jaime's episode on humor:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ep-58-can-humor-help-us-heal/id1620980656?i=1000621616306Sources:https://www.apa.org/monitor/jun06/anatomyThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5566171/advertisement
I dagens episode skal jeg innlede med kognitiv psykologi. Jeg har lest noen selvhjelpsbøker, som ikke rangerer blant de beste jeg har lest, men jeg bruker dem som springbrett for å se litt på hvordan den kognitive psykologien betrakter menneskesinnet. Kognitiv psykologi handler om å identifisere måten man tenker på, holdningen man har og perspektivene man inntar i ulike situasjoner. Det sies at nærmere 50.000 tanker løper gjennom hodet på en dag, og vi er ikke i stand til å høre etter på alt de sier. Likevel påvirker de både våre følelser og handlinger, og dermed er det lurt å legge litt mer merke til tankegods som ikke tjener oss på noen god måte. Når vi identifiserer hva og hvordan vi tenker, kan vi agere som påtalemyndighet ovenfor vår egen tankevirksomhet. Er det hensiktsmessig å tenke på denne måten? Er tankene en god refleksjon av tingenes tilstand? Er det andre måter å tenke på som er mer tilpasset de faktiske forholdene? Og med denne typen spørsmål borrer man inn i destruktivt tankegods og avslører tankefeil, negative livsmønstre, og psykisk materiale forkludret av lav selvfølelse og annet mentalt støy. Men… Hvor kommer tankene fra? Siden det går 50.000 tanker gjennom hodet i løpet av en dag, er det åpenbart at dette er tanker som oppstår i hodet, men hvorfor akkurat disse tankene? Det som viser seg i vår bevissthet av tanker som igjen styrer måten vi handler og føler på, er trolig driftet av elementer som ligger utenfor vår bevissthet, altså i det ubevisste. Hvis vi virkelig vil til bunns i destruktive tanker, kan det hende vi må undersøke de bakenforliggende forholdene, altså drivkreftene i vårt ubevisste sjelsliv. Det blir også andre del av dagens episode: Hvordan få tilgang til det ubevisste?Her vender jeg meg til Freud som skrev sitt monumentale verk om drømmetydning i 1900. Freud er kanskje mest kjent for uttalelsen om at kongeveien til det ubevisste er via drømmen og drømmetydning.I dagens episode skal vi altså fra det bevisste til det ubevisste via drømmene. Vi skal se på hvordan vi kan forstå og dra veksel på de krypterte meldingene som viser seg på natta når vi drømmer. Velkommen til nok en reise i menneskets sjelsliv her på SinnSyn. Tusenvis av ting påvirker alt vi tenker, føler og foretar oss uten at vi er klar over det. Hvis vi vil ha en dypere forståelse for alt som ligger i skyggen av vår motivasjon, våre tanker og følelser, kan en dypdykk i drømmenes fortettede uttrykksform kaste viktig lys over oss selv. Hør hele foredraget om denne tematikken på mitt «Mentale treningsstudio». På Patreon kan du altså abonnere på SinnSyns mentale treningsstudio, og som abonnent av SinnSyn får du tilgang til masse ekstra episoder av SinnSyn, bøkene mine som lydbøker, meditasjonsveiledning, masse videoforedrag, mentale øvelser og mye mer. Velkommen til et dypdykk i menneskets sjelsliv. Hvis du ønsker å høre mer om alt som gjemmer seg bak sceneteppet i psykens teater, og gå via veien via drømmetydning, kan du bla deg frem i patreon-episodene av SinnSyn og finne nummer #74 - Kryptert rapport fra det ubevisste. I tillegg finner du en øvelse basert på denne episoden som heter Øvelse 31 - Drømmetydning. Få tilgang til ALT ekstramateriale som medlem på SinnSyns Mentale Helsestudio via SinnSyn-appen her: https://www.webpsykologen.no/et-mentalt-helsestudio-i-lomma/ eller som Patreon-Medlem her: https://www.patreon.com/sinnsyn. For reklamefri pod og bonus-episoder kan du bli SinnSyn Pluss abonnent her https://plus.acast.com/s/sinnsyn. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The behaviorism of B.F. Skinner took the psychology world by storm. His 1971 book "Beyond Freedom and Dignity" was hailed as the most important psychological publication of the 20th century. And this was from someone who denied mind and free will. It was an attempt to dignify psychology as a hard science, based on experiments and what can be observed, rather than what people think or feel, a direct contradiction to the root meaning of word psychology - "a study of mind." He claimed that reason, values, concepts, judgment, and purpose simply do not exist. To him, all actions are based on conditioning. Hegel laid the groundwork for the unconscious, calling it soul, and saying it is from what consciousness itself comes. Famed psychologists Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung built on this with their brilliant conceptions - the reality of the unconscious mind on Freud's part and the collective unconscious from Jung. This episode discusses all this as well as Novak's personal interactions with Skinnerism in the university setting of the early 1970s. Support the show
First, interview w/ Andrew Nagorski about his latest book, Saving Freud, The Rescuers Who Brought Him to Freedom and then we continue with the Dieppe Raid. Now it's Green Beach's turn. Here the men will find some success, but too few get ashore and their small arms are no match for what the Germans have in store. Operation Jubilee is starting to unravel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Versión remasterizada de El gato de Poe. Si el terror moderno tuviera un padre —que tiene muchos—, no cabe duda de que ese sería el genial y malhadado Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849). A él le cabe el honor de haber reconvertido los terrores y miedos góticos, procedentes tanto de la Alemania romántica como de los novelistas ingleses del XVIII , en miedos y terrores humanos y contemporáneos, sustituyendo las más de las veces los fantasmas sobrenaturales por aquellos procedentes de la mente torturada y tortuosa de sus protagonistas, llevando así el género del terreno de lo fantástico tremendista a lo psicológico, sin por ello dejar de transmitir siempre o casi siempre una atmósfera y filosofía ominosas, metafísicas y especulativas, donde cabe también lo extraordinario, lo oculto y lo ocultista. Pero si hemos recogido aquí “El gato negro, es porque se trata, precisamente, de uno de sus magistrales ejemplos en la descripción en primera persona de una mente enferma, obsesivamente criminal y viciosa, en el contexto de una historia de asesinato, locura y culpa que se adelanta en décadas a los descubrimientos de la psicología moderna y el psicoanálisis de Freud. Y que de paso siembra, junto a relatos de características parecidas como “El corazón delator”, la semilla del futuro género policíaco psicológico y de horror, en el que se mueve gran parte del terror moderno cinematográfico (de Psicosis a El silencio de los corderos ). ---------------------------------------------- Gracias a todos los Fans taberneros galácticos que apoyan este Podcast y Bienvenidos a la nave a todos los que acaban de subir 🚀🍻🍻 Para los amantes del Terror y los cuentos de Poe sigue estos enlaces: ❗️El cuervo https://go.ivoox.com/rf/49641688 ❗️La muerte roja https://go.ivoox.com/rf/91211460 ❗️Poemas Poe: https://go.ivoox.com/rf/72887346 ❗️Sombra, especial Fans: https://go.ivoox.com/rf/63922551 ❗️En la casa de Poe: https://go.ivoox.com/rf/30511708 ❗️La durmiente: https://go.ivoox.com/rf/113142492 📌Síguenos en nuestro canal informativo de Telegram: https://t.me/historiasparaserleidas Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
Why is it that all societies throughout human history have been plagued by and confronted with universal guilt? That is to say that guilt, which can be defined as the result of violating a moral law that God has put in place, is cross-cultural. But many today suppress their guilt. How can Christians effectively preach the Gospel to a generation that refuses to recognize or even acknowledge its own guilt and depravity? In this midweek podcast episode, CrossExamined Apologist Team (CAT) member, author, and pastor, Dr. Bobby Conway, joins Frank to discuss his doctoral thesis--the implications of guilt and how guilt is in itself an apologetic for the existence of the Christian God. During the interview, Bobby talks about his recent shift from the One Minute Apologist to Christianity Still Makes Sense and also shares how his personal experiences with drug use, alcoholism, and promiscuity as a teenager ultimately led him to faith in Christ. He and Frank answer questions like: How do we know that universal guilt exists and what is the best explanation for its existence? What did philosophers like Nietzsche and Freud believe about guilt? What is the solution for those who struggle with false guilt? What is the distinction between guilt and shame? How does the Gospel offer hope for people who are burdened with guilt and shame? Legalizing sin has made it extremely convenient to try and ignore all of the guilt that normally follows sinful behavior. But what happens when the consequences of those actions begin to manifest and unfold in the future? Will this lead our culture to further immorality, rebellion and self-righteousness, or to repentance and redemption through the cross of Jesus Christ? By the end of the episode, Frank and Bobby will help listeners discover how universal guilt (although inconvenient), is a gift from God when properly embraced through the lens of the Gospel. To view the entire VIDEO PODCAST be sure to join our CrossExamined private community. It's the perfect place to jump into some great discussions with like-minded Christians while simultaneously providing financial support for our ministry. You can also SUPPORT THE PODCAST HERE. Bobby's website: https://www.christianitystillmakessense.com/
Rendering Unconscious episode 258. Dr. Don Greif is a forensic psychologist and psychoanalyst practicing in New York City. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/don-greif-new-york-ny/274760 (Das) Unbehagen is a collective for those who love psychoanalysis, including clinicians, academics, artists and intellectuals. It is an association formed for the investigation of psychoanalysis free from the constraints of theoretical allegiance, institutes and other authorizing bodies, including local and national organizations. Unbehagen is dedicated to the creation of a space where members can learn to be practitioners of the unconscious. As a group of peers, we are creating a series of lateral relationships with those who likewise seek to revitalize psychoanalytic practice in an ethical manner. Through clinical study days, reading groups, peer supervision, and working groups investigating topics from support structures for those taking on analytic work independently, to the investigation of systematized violence in mental health services in America, to the possibility of forming a clinic to bring psychoanalysis to underserved populations, Unbehagen hopes to give new impetus to Freud's discoveries. http://dasunbehagen.org Support the podcast at our Patreon where we post exclusive content every week, as well as unreleased material and works in progress, and a Discord server: https://www.patreon.com/vanessa23carl We also have a Substack where weekly content is posted: https://vanessa23carl.substack.com Your support is GREATLY appreciated! Rendering Unconscious is a labor of love put together by Dr. Vanessa Sinclair with no support from outside sources. All support comes from the listeners and fans. All episodes of Rendering Unconscious are available streaming and most also have video posted up at YouTube for those who prefer to watch the discussion and to provide transcription of podcast content. None of the podcast content is hidden behind paywalls. All podcast content is made available for everyone to access. Dr. Sinclair does all the interviews, scheduling, editing of video and audio content, management of the website, marketing and promotion herself, with no aid from others. Your support of Rendering Unconscious Podcast means the world, and also supports her other creative endeavors. Thank you for your support! Rendering Unconscious Podcast is hosted by Dr. Vanessa Sinclair, a psychoanalyst based in Sweden, who works with people internationally: www.drvanessasinclair.net Follow Dr. Vanessa Sinclair on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/rawsin_ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rawsin_/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@drvanessasinclair23 Visit the main website for more information and links to everything: www.renderingunconscious.org Many thanks to Carl Abrahamsson, who created the intro and outro music for Rendering Unconscious podcast. https://www.carlabrahamsson.com Check out Highbrow Lowlife at Bandcamp: https://highbrowlowlife.bandcamp.com His publishing company is Trapart Books, Films and Editions. https://store.trapart.net Follow him at: Twitter: https://twitter.com/CaAbrahamsson Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/carl.abrahamsson/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@carlabrahamsson Vimeo on Demand: https://vimeo.com/user3979080/vod_pages The song at the end of the episode is “Conceive ourselves” from the album the same name by Vanessa Sinclair & Pete Murphy: https://petemurphy.bandcamp.com Image: collage by Vanessa Sinclair https://www.etsy.com/shop/TrapartUniqueWorks
De Dostoiévski à Bíblia, de Guimarães Rosa a Freud, as leituras e citações feitas por Lúcio Cardoso nos seus diários e textos recolhidos iluminam seu próprio processo criativo, sua angústia diante do papel, sua trajetória de pensamento, o abismo entre a ideia e a escrita. Em edição ampliada e revisada, a Companhia lança “TODOS OS DIÁRIOS” em dois volumes concebidos como um projeto artístico pelo próprio autor. Para conversar sobre a vida e obra de Lúcio Cardoso, convidamos o doutor em literatura Ésio Macedo Ribeiro, organizador dos diários, e a professora Cássia dos Santos, que assina a orelha do primeiro volume.
Today, we have a lively conversation with Dr. Drew and his friend Mark Geragos. They discuss a wide variety of fascinating topics such as the history of the medical industry and its relationships with infamous drugs like cocaine and opiods. We discover which drug Freud first thought was a perfect antidepressant. And we also learn about various health markers for alcoholism, and what food group Dr. Drew cut out for better health. Please Support Our Sponsor: Angi.com
Episode Highlights: emotions, physiological health, Freud, trauma, dysregulated, self confidence, resilience Summary: We are so pumped to bring you this episode of the Awake & Winning Podcast with Internationally renowned psychologist Guy Winch! Kaylor and Guy dived right into this episode on emotional health and discussed: Some of the fundamentals that Freud got wrong and how we can't always be aware of our natural inclinations and not to be so self critical when we slip up Looking at emotional health as an active process and how people need to see it as a way of being and living Some of the tools that Guy uses in practice with people where he gets them to do “the work” How Guy would advise someone who has gone through different traumatic situations and how to become regulated and bring down the levels of overwhelm when we are being flooded with emotion Guy's thoughts on abandonment wounds and the potential for people to heal these wounds Self confidence and resilience and the importance of it in the process of healing A big thanks to Guy for being on the show today and sharing his knowledge! There were so many great examples and takeaways from this episode, we think you're going to get a lot out of it! Check it out and let us know what you think! If you enjoyed the episode, please be sure to take a screenshot and share it out on Instagram and tag @thekaylorbetts. Also, please make sure to give us a review and a five star rating if you're loving what we are doing! _____________________________ RESOURCES & LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/guywinch/ Facebook | http://www.facebook.com/guywinchauthor Twitter | https://twitter.com/GuyWinch LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/guywinch/ Website | https://www.guywinch.com/ Podcast | Dear Therapists with Lori Gottlieb & Guy Winch on Spotify | Dear Therapists with Lori Gottlieb & Guy Winch _____________________________ IMPORTANT UPDATES: Check out the Awake & Winning Website | https://awakeandwinning.com/ Join the Awake & Winning Life AW-cademy | http://www.theawlife.com/ Join the Awake & Winning Business AW-cademy | http://www.theawbiz.com Follow Kaylor on Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/thekaylorbetts/ _____________________________
In this episode, we discuss some of our many curiosities. Bouncing off of a previous episode where we discussed the benefits of being curious, here we explore what that looks like. This episode is a wild ride, discussing Dutch colonialism, ego, Freud, alchemy, the foundations of science, and rocket engineering. It all makes sense, we promise. Mind Castle YouTube Channel Free Notion Templates The Obstacle is the Way Ego is the Enemy My Little Prince Rich Dad Poor Dad Austin's Newsletter Reagan's Newsletter Scribd (one month free) Reagan's Goodreads Reagan's YouTube Reagan's Website Austin's Goodreads Austin Website Austin's YouTube Mind Castle is where Reagan and Austin discuss how to develop their optimal selves, be productive, and discuss the lessons they're learning from what they're reading. New episodes when we get around to it.
PORTRAIT PHILO #1 - Végéta En 1986, une nouvelle série animée apparaît sur les écrans de télévision français : Dragon Ball. Cette série connaîtra un succès sans précédent, notamment grâce à l'un de ses personnages phares, Végéta. Impitoyable, orgueilleux et avide de puissance, Végéta cristallise tous les attributs de l'antagoniste parfait. Et pourtant, c'est également un personnage touchant, attaché à des valeurs morales et capable de bienveillance. Mais si on voulait dresser le portrait philosophique de Végéta, qu'est-ce que ça donnerait ? Quelles sont les philosophies qui influencent, sans qu'il le sache, la vision du monde de Végéta ? C'est ce que je vous propose de découvrir dans cet épisode. Ce portrait philo est disponible en format vidéo sur YouTube : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hx8bcACwaI Vous pouvez nous soutenir : ★En devenant contributeur sur Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/leprecepteurpodcast Vous pourrez ainsi accéder à du contenu inédit ! ★Ou en faisant un don ponctuel sur PayPal : http://paypal.me/leprecepteurpodcast Pensez à laisser une note et un avis sur la plateforme de podcast où vous m'écoutez. Cela prend quelques secondes, et c'est un geste très utile pour le référencement du podcast ! Et bien sûr, continuez à partager les émissions que vous préférez sur vos réseaux sociaux. Le Précepteur Podcast a été créé pour vous et continuera d'exister grâce à vous. (Pour toute demande, vous pouvez contacter l'équipe du Précepteur Podcast ici : firstname.lastname@example.org)
Rafael highlights his journey from Poland to Croatia. While there he shared his Gestalt framework on trauma and hope. He also took a deep dive into the history, culture, beauty, and atrocities of the region. Rafael was particularly moved after visiting Auschwitz. He immediately thought about the resiliency of its survivors, including the original tour guides who were survivors themselves. Jim thought about the well-known psychologist Viktor E. Frankl and what he taught us about resiliency after he survived the camps.Viktor E. Frankl invented Logotherapy which holds that “our primary drive in life is not pleasure, as Freud maintained, but the discovery and pursuit of what we personally find meaningful.” Living a meaningful life can enhance one's own resiliency. Jim and Rafael share their own resiliency factors and how they have tried to impart resiliency skills and wisdom to their own clients. Rafael and Jim find themselves awestruck by the transformational power of resiliency and how it can be a learned skillset. They stressed the 7 C's of resiliency and its potentiating effect. They noted that resiliency is a critical ingredient for transcending our own history. Resiliency also helps us transcend our own self-limiting thoughts and behaviors. Carl Jung once said the following about resiliency: “I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become.” WCMI networking group A networking group for mindfulness-focused clinicians dedicated to learning together & collaborating for more information click here
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Chapter 1 What is the Freud"Freud: A Life for Our Time" is a biography written by Peter Gay, a historian and psychoanalyst. Published in 1988, the book provides an extensive account of Sigmund Freud's life, exploring both his personal experiences and groundbreaking contributions to psychology. Gay delves into Freud's childhood, education, career, and the development of his psychoanalytic theories. The biography also discusses Freud's relationships with his family, friends, and colleagues, shedding light on the influential figures who shaped his thinking. Through "Freud: A Life for Our Time," readers gain insight into Freud's revolutionary ideas such as the unconscious mind, dream analysis, and the Oedipus complex. The book explores the controversies surrounding Freud's work and its impact on society, making it accessible to both those familiar with psychoanalysis and newcomers to the subject. Overall, "Freud: A Life for Our Time" aims to present a comprehensive and engaging portrait of one of the most influential figures in the field of psychology, offering readers a deeper understanding of Sigmund Freud's life, work, and enduring legacy.Chapter 2 Is Freud Worth ReadAccording to reddit comments on Freud, "Freud: A Life for Our Time" by Peter Gay is generally regarded as a highly influential biography on Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis. This book provides a comprehensive overview of Freud's life, work, and contributions to the field of psychology. It delves into his groundbreaking theories, including the interpretation of dreams, the Oedipus complex, and the unconscious mind. If you are interested in understanding Freud's life and ideas, this biography can be a valuable resource. It explores both Freud's professional achievements and his personal struggles, shedding light on his motivations and the historical context in which he developed his theories. However, it's important to note that Freud's theories have been subject to criticism and revision over the years. Some aspects of his work have been questioned or revised by later psychologists. Therefore, reading this biography can help provide a foundation for understanding Freud's ideas, but it's also essential to consider diverse perspectives and current developments in the field of psychology.Chapter 3 Summary of Freud In this article, we explore the fundamental concepts and influential ideas put forth by Sigmund Freud, as illuminated in Peter Gay's book. As one of the most renowned figures in the field of psychology, Freud's groundbreaking theories on the unconscious mind, dreams, and human behavior continue to shape our understanding of the complexities of the human psyche. This summary provides a glimpse into the remarkable insights and enduring legacy of Freud's work, offering readers a deeper appreciation for his significant contributions to the field of psychology.Chapter 4 Author of Freud The book "Freud: A Life for Our Time" was written by Peter Gay, a renowned historian and scholar. It was first published in 1988. Peter Gay, born as Peter Joachim Fröhlich, was a German-American cultural historian who specialized in the fields of European intellectual and cultural history. He was born on June 20, 1923, in Berlin, Germany, and later emigrated to the United States in 1941. Aside from "Freud: A Life for Our Time," Peter Gay authored several other notable books throughout his career. Some of his prominent works include: 1. "The...
In this episode we discuss some of the views of psychologist Otto Rank, a student of Freud, and his views on working with the past to improve the present, optimizing the positive, UN-learning one's past, a person's experience during birth as a blueprint for future evolutionary events and how neuroticism is a struggle against external forces. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/gintantra/message
Ep. 91 (Part 1 of 3) | Integral psychotherapist Mark Forman, author of the seminal work A Guide to Integral Psychotherapy, doesn't mince words when it comes to the field he is passionate about: helping people out of their mental pain and dysphoria. Mark's Integral perspective and longtime work in the trenches—with clients from all income levels, political persuasions, and levels of development—put him in a unique position to illuminate us as to the nuances of the hot button issues new to psychotherapy or ones that have suddenly exploded in numbers: misuse of the term trauma and its diagnostic creep, what the research says about the effectiveness of psychedelics to treat mental health disorders and what that portends for the future, the exponentially growing trend of teenage girls deciding they are transgender and the crying need for more data to help with counseling transgender and trans-curious youth, what is causing the loneliness epidemic, the pressing need to reimagine the male role to balance how feminism has changed the female role, and more. Mark describes the “therapeutic zone” that can happen in therapy when inspiration strikes, and shares the latest research on what makes therapists into “super-shrinks” who have client outcomes ten times better than average. He also relates how living in our psychologized culture affects therapy, and how it can get tricky when therapist and client are at different levels of development. Mark's vast knowledge and big heart shine through the many topics he delves into and his tales of actual therapeutic encounters are eye opening and moving. This is an impassioned, courageous conversation on the front lines of mental health and psychotherapy. Recorded May 4, 2023.“The therapist is the priest of our times…imbued with a certain amount of metaphysical responsibility. So when the therapeutic field gets out of balance, it makes a difference.”(For Apple Podcast users, click here to view the complete show notes on the episode page.)Topics & Time Stamps – Part 1Introducing Integral psychotherapist Mark Forman, author of A Guide to Integral Psychotherapy and The Monster's Journey: From Trauma to Connection (00:52)How we have moved from the animistic to the religious to the scientific worldview, and now look at the world through a predominantly psychological perspective (02:25)42 million people in the U.S. interacted with therapy or counseling, which is up 20 million people from the year 2000 (03:41)The therapist is the priest of our times…imbued with a certain amount of metaphysical responsibility. So when the therapeutic field gets out of balance, it makes a difference (06:41)Has there been a shift in what clients are bringing up? It's still often about love or work, as Freud said; diagnoses are depression, anxiety, panic disorder, bipolar, eating disorders, substance abuse (09:20)What might be new is people venting their political worries, gender dynamics, and how informed people are about psychology, largely via the internet (10:45)Positive effects of people being more informed about their own condition (13:35)What are the negative effects of the psychologization of our culture? Falsely self-labeling disorders (15:25)The paradoxical nature of labels and the skillful use of labels (20:15)The phenomenon of diagnostic creep in recent decades, especially in regard to trauma...
The essence of friendship is found in its linguistic root: ‘to love.' Cicero wrote, “Friendship improves happiness and abates misery, by the doubling of our joy and the dividing of our grief." In modern times the art of friending seems lost. We have replaced shared experiences with Facebook posts and quell our loneliness by scrolling. With high spirits, we three revisit our first meeting and reflect on the discovery of kinship between us. Our experiences of trust, reciprocity, and shared hardship marked by endless conversations and abundant laughter forged our bond during analytic training. Yet it reflects more than our shared life; friendship is archetypal. Vigorous bonding is mysterious. It emerges unexpectedly and carries aspects of positive and negative shadow. This tension seemed evident in Jung and Freud's famous friendship. Their instantaneous bond led to thirteen hours of conversation at their first meeting. It would end six years later, leaving Jung devastated and struggling with overwhelming inner states. The story of Rumi's first meeting with Shams, which led to thirty days of deep conversation, carries a similar passion. Rumi lost Shams to death, Jung lost Freud to his struggle for autonomy. Both found solace in the inner world where the image of the friend merged with its archetype – Shams image carried Rumi's love for the divine, and Philemon image carried Jung's love of wisdom. For us three, the essence of lasting friendship lies in tending mutual creative purposes. Aligning with common goals allows most friendships to flourish and impact the world positively. It's not enough to recognize we like someone; that's just the beginning. We must learn to nurture the bonds that make us more than we were alone. HERE'S THE DREAM WE ANALYZE: “There is a vast plane with a deep, wide, and steep hole. From the center of this deep pit, a high tower stands. A figure physically throws me across the expanse to the tower, where I am suspended against the building. The perspective stays with the figure who is wearing a black cloak that covers their form. Their arms, legs, face, and skin are under the black cloak. There are two white marks on the fabric denoting eyes, but they aren't actual eye holes like a mask. They slowly turn and walk off after I've been thrown. The dream repeats the throwing, but the perspective follows me across the expanse. The thread I am suspended from is a single piece of spider silk. Where I am hanging, I am face to face with a guardian of the tower. It is an anthropomorphic lizard, light green, wearing golden armor. It raises its sword, and instead of attacking me, it cuts the silk thread, and I fall quickly but safely. I notice open windows one could sneak into on my way down. Safely reaching the base of the tower, facing underneath where the cloaked figure and I were, I see a large tunnel and know I need to enter. I begin to walk towards it when I awake.” Philadelphia Association of Jungian Analysts, ADVANCED CLINICAL PRACTICE PROGRAM: A case seminar for experienced clinicians to read, explore and apply Jung's concepts to clinical practice: CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION INTERESTED IN A SERIOUS STUDY OF JUNG? Enroll in the PHILADELPHIA JUNGIAN SEMINAR and start your journey. BECOME A DREAM INTERPRETER: We've created DREAM SCHOOL to teach others how to work with their dreams. A vibrant community has constellated around this mission, and we think you'll love it. Check it out. PLEASE GIVE US A HAND: Hey folks -- We need your help. So please BECOME OUR PATRON and keep This Jungian Life podcast up and running. SHARE YOUR DREAM WITH US: SUBMIT YOUR DREAM HERE FOR A POSSIBLE PODCAST INTERPRETATION. SUGGEST A FUTURE PODCAST TOPIC: Share your suggestions HERE. FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM, LINKEDIN, TWITTER, YOUTUBE YES, WE HAVE MERCH! Shop HERE
Si tú no sabes nada, significa que no hay limites a tu comprensión. Si tú das por sentado que sabes algo, ya has creado un límite a tu comprensión. En cambio, si tú no sabes nada, en realidad abres la puerta a la posibilidad de conocer lo incognoscible, lo misterioso. Y ese es el lenguaje de un místico. Si tú eres un Freudiano y conoces bien Freud, tu límite es Freud. Si tú no eres nada, eres disponible a percibir todas las facetas que todas las escuelas han encerrado en una sola definición, en un sistema. Quien cree de saber, sabe muy poco; quien se da cuenta de que no sabe nada, no digo que lo sabe todo, pero tiene acceso al archivo universal.
Jonathan Rosen, author of The Best Minds: A Story of Friendship, Madness, and the Tragedy of Good Intentions, joins us to discuss the tragic story that inspired his book of a childhood friend diagnosed with mental illness which culminated in a horrific murder, and the sociopolitical circumstances surrounding mental health care and psychiatry which underpins the whole harrowing tale. - - - Today's Sponsor: Beam - Get 40% off for a limited time with promo code KLAVAN.http://www.ShopBeam.com/KLAVAN