This is a discussion on ESFJ's and all things 'New Age' within the ESFJ Forum - The Caregivers forums, part of the SJ's Temperament Forum- The Overseers category; Originally Posted by saslou Can too much chi makes your hands shake or is that possibly that my stress levels ...
I'll only probably notice if my hand falls off, lol. Seriously i take a bath and then notice a lovely large purple bruise on my leg and then question how the hell i got it. Crazy.
Sometimes i am just not with it.
Astrology, tarot cards, yes that can be rather interesting. Definitely a nice alternative to conventional toys.
Louise Hay has some stereotypical new age concepts but her analysis of physical diseases are really interesting. I didn't know that the source of my allergies/hay fever is fear of the calendar, or the source of my dandruff could be fear of being threatened or simply guilt. Interesting that she said depression is anger you feel you do not have the right to have / hopelessness.
However I found other authors who tackled new age:
Mark Passio - had problems with solipsism in New Age movement
TheLogicJunkie / David Jack - thought that New Age had problems with "you can live wherever you want" when some people are better off in certain places
Winston Wu/Happier Abroad/Debunking Skeptics - stated that New Age was too concerned over law of attraction, resorting to circular reasoning
A few others who are somewhat in this category:
Kate of Gaia - boils down the idea of the birth certificate. Basically if you live in the country and manage to hide for years from any government employee - you could if you lied about your legal name
Jean Mastellone - a psychic who if you can find her books, though excerpts of it are online, basically explains mental illness are nothing but psychological rejection from others - whether it be social rejection, racism, sexism, rejection, etc.
Miles Mathis - two websites, one involving conspiracy theories over assassination attempts and school shootings, and another involving a critique of math and physics (yes a conspiracy theory over fundamental math and physics formulas! This would piss off many math, physics professors) Only left handed person on the list