TSM17 : Aspects of Self (A Revolutionary Technique for Developing Self Awareness ?)
WARNING : Don’t listen to this podcast without first hearing the warning at the beginning.
What follows in TSM17 is a discussion about how I developed a process for exploring the self and in particular an idea I call Aspects of Self. It’s still an idea in progress but it’s one I think has great merit and potential for helping people to transform their lives and their understanding of the nature of reality.
I think it was Carl Jung who said something like “where the mystic is swimming, the schizophrenic is drowning”. And it’s in this spirit that I offer you this deeply personal monologue about my perception of self.
Please let me know if this monologue meant anything to you. And a brief warning, I do use the F word at some tourists ! Sorry , no long haired peace nick here ! I’m all out of patience with annoying tourists ! I also had to edit out some comments I made about a particular book I own and perhaps I ought to have edited out more.
You can find a list of links relevant to this post here : https://app.box.com/s/z0mng3wrotan06ikovfk
Posted on November 18, 2014, in Spirituality, The Something Monologues and tagged Aboriginal, alien disclosure, aliens ETs schizophrenia, antipsychiatry, Big Mind, Body Dialogue, Carl Jung, chanelling, ETs, Freud, Genpo Roshi, Gestalt Therapy, Holodynamics, inner world technique, Jane Roberts, John Klimo, PJ Gaenir, Red Book, remote viewing, Set, shamanism, subpersonalities, Thomas Szasz, Tibetan Buddhism, Viktor Frankl, Voice Dialogue, Zen. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.