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Blog: The Jhanas - Psych Reviews


A compilation of the 8 Jhanas and insights from the points of view of many masters and commentators: Adyashanti, Thanissaro Bhikkhu, Ajahn Brahm, Leigh Brasington, Rob Burbea, John Butler, Julia Cameron, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Meister Eckhart, Henepola Gunaratana, Martin Heidegger, Daniel Ingram, Ramana Maharshi, Tina Rasmussen, J. Reid Meloy, Rumi, Pak Au Sayadaw, Daniel J. Siegel, Stephen Snyder, Rupert Spira, and Arahant Upatissa.
 

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During WWI, Sigmund Freud was able to stew over his theories, some early criticisms, but he also took stock of the Great War that interrupted everyone's lives. The life that people once new, in what was called the British Peace, the long peace that lasted 100 years, was over. Lives were uprooted, but there was also a lot of optimism on each side. There was a sense of adventure, until one faced reality and saw what adventure really was like.

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Well, it's been 3 years, and it's time to say goodbye to Sigmund Freud, though I expect he'll be back since so many other psychologists talk about him.

In this last episode, Freud faces religion, wishful thinking, and the problem of maintaining individual happiness in a world of envy and aggression. Included also are the emotional precursors of Nazism and Communism. He also tackles the age-old question, "What does a woman want?"

Blog: Psychoanalysis - Sigmund Freud & Beyond - Psych Reviews

 

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After eroding a pathological Super-ego with mindfulness and concentration one can take advantage of the pleasures of Positive Psychology. For many, this is their stopping point, but for others, there is even more to meditation. Commentary and suggestions from Positive psychology, Upasika Kee Nanayon, Rob Burbea, Thanissaro Bhikkhu, and Adyashanti. #meditation #addiction #addictiontreatment


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