i thought this was a very well thought out " Jung's concept on god was not the existence of a deity but rather a mythology that varied throughout the world, often defined by custom and/or ritual of which the genesis was the psyche's attempt to find wholeness in and of itself and secondly union with… Continue reading On Jungian concept of Deity – Walter Bagot
Are you shy? Some interesting facts
Family Estrangement – A Study on Pro’s and Con’s
Social withdrawal – Japans Hikikomori
Memory – how accurate are our memories?
Stress, Tension and Depression – The Bodies Trick…..
i would venture to say that virtually all our “mental and emotional stress” and “discomfort” are actually due to body stress and discomfort. In the coming years, i believe it will become more and more obvious that our human “feelings” and “emotions” are largely nothing more than “intellectualized” body feelings. So, although we… Continue reading Stress, Tension and Depression – The Bodies Trick…..
O.C.D. , ADHD – Good articles
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder https://www.bbc.com/news/stories-45879034 ADHD - Hyperfocus https://www.additudemag.com/understanding-adhd-hyperfocus/
The Five Skandhas – The Sense Apex
A personal view on the Five Skandhas. The overall system or "Grand System" seems like a fibre-optics system, with all the fiber ends (representing individual awareness located like a point in space and time) shining the same image as is "sent out" by the light source. What seems like individual consciousness or awareness is simply… Continue reading The Five Skandhas – The Sense Apex
Ego in Zen vs Ego in Psychology
by Caesar Luis Romero on Facebook - Ego in Zen vs Ego in Psychology The ego-soul in Buddhism is not ‘good’ or ‘bad,’ it’s just viewed as an act, a role, and ultimately not real, an illusion, created by the five skandhas, or individual elements of human existence. In comparison to western modern psychology, which… Continue reading Ego in Zen vs Ego in Psychology
For folks who are interested in the concept of reincarnation, this article from Psychology Today is very much a worthwhile read.... (though necessarily a bit long) https://www.psychologytoday.com/…/201210/the-problem-reinca… From a soon to be published book: "The Undefeated Mind: On the Science of Constructing an Indestructible Self" by Dr. Alex Lickerman Exerpt: "Our lives are in constant… Continue reading On Reincarnation