35 Burst results for "Freud Freud"

How To Tell If Your Child Is Grieving

Ask Lisa: The Psychology of Parenting?

02:03 min | 2 months ago

How To Tell If Your Child Is Grieving

"Do you tell if your child is breathing. Will this is such a good question because grieving in its way can look a lot like depression and so part of what we're always trying to tease apart is is a grief or his depression and actually one of the most illuminating essays on this subject was written by sigmund freud in nineteen seventeen. He wrote an essay called morning and melancholy. So morning is what. We mean by grieving. Obviously melancholy is what we used to call depression or would he called depression and what he observed is that they look an awful lot alike and they both have real sadness. They both have a sort of lost interest in the world. They both go on for awhile but what he also observed. Is we accept. Grief and mourning is a totally normal process because we know that people work their way through it and that it's not concerning to us when people are grieving a loss but we don't accept melancholy or depression is a normal process because it doesn't make sense in the context of what's going on around a person and he offered a nat paper a really key distinction that i think definitely applies to older people older kids and adults one of the big differences between morning and depression is in depression alone. There's what he called self-reproach also disliking the self so morning you're sad about what you've lost what you've missed out on what's going on around you what you've had to give up and in depression their sadness and also not liking the self as well and so as parent by not liking the celtics. You just don't like yourself where i'm so inadequate i'm so lame. I you know you guys are doing so much to care for me. I'm not doing my part and so just to get us thinking about telling them apart. It's a pretty useful distinction. If you're looking at your kid thinking this sadness or

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Psilocybin vs Antidepressants With Dr Robin Carhart-Harris

The Drug Science Podcast

02:21 min | 2 months ago

Psilocybin vs Antidepressants With Dr Robin Carhart-Harris

"Today i have with me someone that i know rather well rubbing harris. We've worked together for. I think at least fifteen years. And of course robbins known to many of you for his pioneering studies on wor and they can be used to develop innovative new treatments with mental disorders. So welcome thank state. It's great to be with you. Good to be seeing you in these strange times. So what. I do these interviews. I like people to get a sense of where people came from. And i think you started offering psychology. Is that right. Yeah yeah so. I was doing a master's in psycho analysis of all things in and yet you still so many. When i've reached out with a request to a steel lsd Imaging still so me that key. No and why did you. What did you not assistant. What did you get interested in academics. You share that with us absolutely. I was drawn to just wanting in a young man wanting to understand myself. I suppose in i felt the mainstream. Psychology wasn't giving me enough. It was quite superficial. Cognitive psychology is interesting. But it doesn't go that deep. And i was finding in depth. Psychology sigmund freud light to call young. I was finding debt. And i who was really enjoying it so i really enjoyed that monsters. And it was during that masters did i discovered the literature on psychedelics. And that opened everything how to me in my mind. So you in your mind put together the possibility of one facilitating the other presumably psychedelics. Making sense of psychoanalysis was Yes a funny thing that happens. When you find someone else's. I dare you think it's your eyes. I thought that ran stunned. Gross work. your honesty offers like laboratory evidence for the existence of the unconscious mind. And i just devout that book and i remember writing to him saying. I've got this idea. The ridiculous looking back as psychedelics. A these research tools to allow us to understand what the unconscious mind is on a biological level

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Minneapolis reaches "historic" settlement with George Floyd's family

AP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Minneapolis reaches "historic" settlement with George Floyd's family

"Has reached a civil settlement that attorney Ben Crump says will send a powerful message that black lives do matter. The city of Minneapolis has agreed to pay $27 million to settle a civil lawsuit from George Boyd's family over the Black Man's death in police custody. Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Fry appeared at a news conference on Friday with members of George Boyd's family and their attorneys a centuries in the making reckoning. Around racial justice flight. Family attorney Chris Stewart said the decision may affect other cities trying to decide if they should get rid of no knock warrants or choke holds. Do we want to change these policies? They have 27 million reasons now why they should Freud's nephew, Brandon Williams, So it's a huge step in the healing process. Meanwhile, Judge Peter Cahill is reinstated a third degree murder charge as jury selection continues in the trial of the former officer who held his knee on George Flights neck for nearly nine minutes. I'm Jennifer

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Modern Oracle divination with dream interpretation

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:50 min | 4 months ago

Modern Oracle divination with dream interpretation

"Welcome to kits myths and mysteries. I'm your host kit crumb today in my month. Long investigation into different forms of detonation. I've locked up word. Divination is defined as the art or practice that seeks to force your for tell future events or discover hidden knowledge usually by the interpretation of omens unusual insights or intuitive perception with that definition in mind decide to take a look at dream analysis in ancient times people saw dream says vessels of meaning that contain divine messages and had the power to alter history alexander. The great was on the verge of breaking ground for his new city. When a gray haired man appeared to him in a dream the man told him about an island off the coast of egypt when alexandra woke he scrapped the building side and instead found an island on which to construct alexandria today. People still look for meaning in their dreams who are methods of interpreting. Dreams have changed since alexander's day. Our desire to understand them as much the same truth. No one knows why we dream or why we dream what we dream. Dreams are sensory experiences. That happened while you're sleeping. In a dream you see things here sounds and feel physical sensations. You may or may not remember your dreams when you wake up but everybody dreams. Freud pioneered a body of research based on dreams later young expanded the dream theory with his own ideas. Modern co creative dream theories consider how you respond to dream imagery and how you can use that information to guide your waking life now going back a little bit. The ancient sumerians messa taymiyya have left evidence of dream interpretation dating back to at least thirty one hundred bc throughout mesopotamia. History dreams were always held to be extremely important for devastation. And mesopotamia and king paid close attention to them dream analysis also referred to as dream interpretation hinges on the idea that you can attach meaning to your dreams. This process has been used in a wide variety of settings including ancient civilizations a variety of religions including christianity. But keep in mind the dreams you dream pertained to you and your life. Beware of using a standard interpretation for example. If your dream that you can't remember the combination to your school locker. It means that something you are trying to do is being blocked. This interpretation may apply to one person but not to another. Your dreams are yours often. When we visit a fortune teller that lays out the future. We tend to seek a path to the aspect of our future similar to the idea of seeking validation. If you believe that you are slow learner you seek develop that belief or if you wake up in a bad mood and decide is probably going to be a rotten day. Chances are that you will without being conscious of the fact seek out events that make that day pretty bad and validate your early morning declaration. That is going to be a bad day. You know a self fulfilling prophecy now. Returning dream interpretation. Listen and take note then go home or to a neutral place where you're quiet alone and look closely at the result of your dreams as interpreted determine what dreams really do symbolize something going on in your life. Modern

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What Happened To Connie Converse

Unexplained Mysteries

05:33 min | 4 months ago

What Happened To Connie Converse

"In nineteen twenty four elizabeth eaton converse was born into a devoutly religious family being by the nineteen forties. She changed her name to connie and moved to new york city to pursue music. She spent her twenties writing folk songs and rebelling against her traditional after little came of her musical ambitions in new york. Connie moved to ann arbor michigan in nineteen sixty where she took an editorial position at an academic journal by the age of thirty six. Connie was struggling with her mental health in particular and affliction she referred to as her blue funk. This was made worse. When in the early seventies connie received two devastating pieces of news. She lost her job and her doctor told her she needed a hysterectomy. After turning fifty in august nineteen seventy four. Connie converse said goodbye to her brother and friends packed up volkswagen beetle and drove away. Officially she's never been seen or heard from again in her final instructions to her brother. Connie asked philip to pay her health insurance up until a certain date. She never explained. Why but philip worried that something terrible would happen. When that day passed searching for answers. Philip found a filing cabinet that belonged to connie in his antics inside. He found old journal entries poems notes and a farewell letter addressed to quote. Anyone who ever asks it read. So let me go please. And please accept my. Thanks for those happy times that each of you has given me over the years. And please know that i would have preferred to give you more than i ever did or could i am in everyone's debt. Philip did as connie requested. He let her go for thirty five years. Never knowing if she was alive or dead always hoping she'd return but from the moment she laughed. Philip and connie's closest friends feared the worst they own about connie's blue funk for quite some time though. Connie was never officially diagnosed with clinical depression. So far as we know in her farewell letter she wrote as an over educated peasant. I've read a good bit about middle-aged oppression and no several cases other than my own. According to establish psychiatric consensus those who suffer from major depressive disorders tend to lose interest in activities that previously brought them joy in connie's case when she moved to ann arbor. She stopped writing music. But even while living in new york connie's lyrics described feelings of isolation in her song called. Sorrow is my name. She wrote from the perspective of sadness is self sneaking in and out of people's minds in the bridge of the song sorrow kroons. And if you fear me i will come in haste and if you love me i will go away and if you scorn me i will lay you waste and if you know me i will come to stay. Perhaps connie wrote from her own experience overcome by a deep unshakable sadness that she felt would live inside her forever. She certainly wouldn't be the first person to live with undiagnosed depression in fact historians theorized that many historical figures battled similar mental illnesses before they were ever fully understood for example. Both frankenstein author mary. Shelley and president abraham lincoln reported experiencing significant bouts of melancholy. They'd regularly fall into deep sadness often unrelated to the events of their day to day lives. Some scholars have interpreted these spells as episodes of clinical depression diagnosis. That didn't exist in the eighteen. Hundreds when both lived almost a century later as connie struggled with her blue funk there was still an incredible amount of debate surrounding what constituted and caused depression throughout the nineteen hundreds doctors around the world published opinions but the medical field never reached consensus early. Researchers like sigmund. Freud believed depression was the result of traumatic experiences of course psychologists today understand that the causes are much more nuanced and multifaceted. They include both genetic and societal factors and this understanding started to take shape in the nineteen seventies when clinician set standards for diagnosing and treating clinical depression then in nineteen seventy five one year after connie disappeared doctors. I coined the term major depressive disorder.

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Groundhog Day gone wrong: Some of the worst moments in the holiday’s history

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:07 min | 4 months ago

Groundhog Day gone wrong: Some of the worst moments in the holiday’s history

"There's a pretty good track record of some epic ground. How groundhog day fails. yeah Some of the worst moments in history. Not only for the whistle pig itself. But for its handlers. Pretty controversial moments over the years. It was back on february. second twenty fourteen. You remember this. don't you mayor. Bill de blasio. New york flinched as the handler placed. Chuck in his arms. How much would would with chuck chuck chuck chuck would causing the groundhog to fall to the ground now. The groundhog was actually a female stand in for chuck named charlotte and sadly well passed away several days later. Oh yes but circling the wagons. You had the staten island zoo coming out and saying that it appeared unlikely that the groundhogs death was related to the fall. And that's their story and they're sticking to it now unfortunately back in two thousand sixteen. Stonewall jackson was a groundhog never made to a ceremony on he actually passed away. On the eve of the holiday jackson's death resulted in the cancellation of groundhog day. Ceremonies ending a streak of more than twenty years of predictions at the space farms. Zoo m museum in sussex new jersey and then there was chuck tyson on february. Second of two thousand fifteen. You had mayor jonathan freud. His name of wisconsin. Well let's say. He got a little unwanted attention from jimmy. The groundhog as jimmy chuck tyson. The groundhog bit. The mayor's left ear. that left a mark. Yeah apparently The mayor leaned in to hear jimmy's prediction and got a little nibble instead. Now at first the mayor said there would be an early spring that he was mistaken. I hear too well as jimmy took a chunk out of his ear. Jimmy actually as did punxsutawney phil. This morning predicted six more weeks of winter february. Second two thousand nine. Staten island chuck. Well he bit then mayor michael bloomberg the bite happened just before chuck made his prediction as the mayor reached into the groundhogs cottage. The groundhog has palatial digs and tried to coax him out with some of his favorite sa k s.'s. Can't say i can't say the word because well my little Rudy is sleeping until he hears that word and then he would allow can get very demanding. Apparently chuck's handler swertz said about bloombert's struggle with the rodent while they were trying to lure him out with corn but i guess he was having none of it and then there was twenty sixteen. You had ed the groundhog from turtle back zoo in west orange new jersey. Apparently this large and go up the overslept. And he missed the ceremony. So otis otis. The hedgehog had to fill in apparently the warm weather change to ed's hibernation pattern which caused him to oversleep this according to county officials. So happy groundhog day. Twenty twenty one to which you say. How can you tell. Yeah i hear you. Twenty twenty Groundhog day every day seemingly. So again my suggestion to you this morning. Take it or leave it Why not just flip the script a little bit. Maybe do something a little bit different today. Albeit suggestion is yeah. You want to make sure that you do it

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Phallacy! Life lessons from the animal penis

Science Friction

06:23 min | 7 months ago

Phallacy! Life lessons from the animal penis

"I'm emily willingham. I am a science writer and biologist and i wrote a book about penises. Of course he does. Don't to emily. Willingham is a scientist who specialized in urology sheedy researching sex determination sexual development and a whole lot of other fascinating stuff. She's also an accomplished science journalist specializing in pretty much. Everything interesting rod and six is definitely interesting. Emily's new book is called fallacy lifeless from the animal pinas. You had such fun writing this book. I feel like. I've been in some kind of wildlife or g. or something did. Was that fun splits. No arrests parade for sure. A parade of paint. She means and yes. We are talking about animal. Appendages of every size species and variety. Today it's mostly family friendly more like a visit to the zo really. But there's you contact morning. We say penis allot because correct body names meta mitchell. And this is science fiction welcome it's called fallacy. Lifeless lessons from the animal penis. Says it starts with jeffrey epstein but by chapter two you're on the spot and slugs what's fella see you want who interrogate in this book and that's fallacy with a ph the fallacy them interrogating. Is that the the pain is centered as sort of the throbbing obelisk evolve masculinity and. That's of course not the case. In science there have been efforts to sort of foreground. The human penis over that of other animals especially primates. There of course is an entire cottage industry of sending pictures of your pianist. People hoping that they will be very impressed by them. All kinds of research around it that center and four i mean even freud built his entire his entire analytical basis on this idea of the is and what he could construe from it and i think we need to move away format that's the fallacy that we need to get away. Here's the thing though as a biology lecture over many years you promoted the fella sees about fellas in your classrooms. Tell me about that. Oh called on the carpet. Yes one of the things we used to teach for. Example is that the penises a sperm delivery system. Never mind. that's what i taught anyway and that is not all that it does. Even the human version can do more than that as we know when you expand your vision to include near the broad array in the animal kingdom. You realize these things serb all kinds of purposes besides being firm delivery systems and they don't even deliver sperm in the same direction and some species. Let's unpack that. Because it is an amazing array of stories but there is no doubt that the painting has cultural across cultures across the ages. Phallic symbols have been potent. They've been worshipped. they've been ever present science though has taken the cultural pow invested in the penis a whole lot further much further and for you if illusionary psychology particularly egregious he and you start with what you describe as the bad boys. Embed science of evolutionary psychology bids. The blue dildo study feel seen these studies at least from my read of them. Ask questions that are very focused on the pena's yet pretend to be focused on people with china's and they home in on this whole idea that penans has the power to satisfy china and so the blue dildo study involves his creation of a series of dildos like like three d. printed plastic dildos basically of different sizes and they recruited fairly small number of people who evinced an interest in having sex with people penises and had them. I think hold them and look at them and then later try to get them to recall sizes and things like that and determined the their preferences related to. This is repeat whether they were wanted one night. Stand there long term relationship and other silly stuff but the thing is that if you talk to women have you talk to people who have china's that's not where their focus lies and so studies that really do as that question with all sincerity and ask a lot of people with china's side question. They don't get the answer. Gigantic penis please. That's not what the so they show much more attention to some of the surrounding structures especially the clitoris. So it's this assumption. That i think arises from usually who's asking these questions and how they want a manslaughter centering. The pena's evolutionary psychologists look for explanations for contemporary behaviors and mating preferences. So we'll roll. Have they cast the pain of seen. This is not the whole field. But these particularly not great studies the penises. The supposed to be really interesting to women and even young girls. You're there from their perspective. I guess the males people with these rocking around and people are just like falling over themselves. Because oh my god that thing and they they want to use that as an excuse in a way for kind of behaviors that they're exhibiting now or modern attitudes that they want to reinforce that are that actually just kind of uphold inequalities in the kind of thing and i mean how much sense does that make if you really were all walking around naked and you saw a human penis you just reporting around in. There is a person with a peanuts. All inspiring is it really. I mean will it depends on the behold it depends on the beholder of course but the thing is is that when when evolution shapes genitalia to be showy their showy

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Overcoming Fear

Now For Tomorrow with Deepak Chopra

05:59 min | 9 months ago

Overcoming Fear

"Hello. I'm Deepak Chopra and this is now for tomorrow. A collection actions you can do now during this time of disruption and crisis. To. Make. Tomorrow, better. Than today I want to take a moment to help things -iety in a time of crisis. The current pandemic of the covid nineteen. Has brought in its wake a different pandemic of anxiety and uncertainty. Sigmund Freud said that things -iety is like an unwelcome guest that refuses to leave. You are forced to adapt to its presence. How do people usually adapt to feel Psychologically. The do most important with are denied and distraction. By knowing your anxiety or doing something that takes your mind off it. You might find temporary relief. But is this something more permanent and effective? Can you get this unwelcome guests to leave? Yes, you can. The secret is to make conscious choices that goes feel to shrink away because you no longer needed. Fear is a holdover from early evolution rooted in the fight or flight response. It lies in wait. Ready to spring into action as it did for Hamad ancestors. Over two million years ago. But for the last ten, thousand years. The higher or conscious breed has evolved. And with it came infinite resources of thought. Feeling. Creativity and choice making. We were set free from primal fear. All we have to do is choose the bottom of consciousness. which is the bottom of inner wisdom. This is a theme I would be returning to over and over. Because the true secret making tomorrow better than today. is to, choose to, wake up. To make the right choices you need to be conscious of what fear is doing to. Fear is a form of stress. And you can choose to release that stress. That's where today's homework gums. You need nothing this homework except yourself. And comfortable place to lie down. Once, you're lying down comfortably on the carpet or a Yoga Mat. I'll offer an effective and very simple yoga pose known as Shabas. Where you simply lie still. REAP. And consciously relax. Lying on your back. Place your feet eighteen inches apart with your arms at your side bombs up. Close. Your eyes. Settle into the position. And breed naturally. Put your attention on your bread feeling your jest rise and fall. On the out bet, let your lungs deflate with this guy. EASILY BREATHING Then exile with the CY. Feel yourself becoming deeply relaxed. And continue for five to ten minutes. Now think into this relaxed feeling. To, exit the bows. Don't just get up quickly or go into activity. Easily turn and stretch has if you will waking up in the morning. Open, and close your hands. Then Open your eyes and get up without moving quickly into activity. You are relaxed and in control. Remember this feeling. Later in the day, if fear anxiety comes back tap into this feeling of es and relaxation. Let's broaden the discussion a little bit. Modern Life makes room for many words but very few in what's. A stock fact in Morton life is that more money power status position don't bring inert fulfillment. In fulfillment is found along a different path. In the ancient wisdom traditions of India life presented to butts. The birth of pleasure and the but the wisdom. Every wisdom tradition east and West is based on waking up, which means in practice getting over your unconscious behavior and adopting conscious behavior instead. You're already doing that in our discussion of how fuel works. You are waking up to discover that fear doesn't have to be in charge. You might not think of this as. Budget. Tips. Every moment of inner wisdom is simply a moment of becoming more conscious and aware. I encourage all of you to try Shabas now. Taking five to ten minutes to read out stress and breeding relaxed. May Not seem like much. But such small steps will help you reassert control over your personal reality lessening the grip of fear and uncertainty.

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Rich People Problems

The Cut

04:57 min | 9 months ago

Rich People Problems

"I realized I've been using the words envy and Jealousy interchangeably when there's actually a fine but stark difference between them. Jealousy. is about fear. Jealousy is anxiety about losing what you have that nervous feeling that someone is out for your spot. Envy on the other hand is about desire. Envy is wanting what you don't yet have its daydreaming and striving and keeping up with the Joneses. But. The primary difference I would say is that these are two radically different feelings. Jealousy. Is Corrosive and painful, and it drives you absolutely up the wall. Envy on the other hand is almost. Fun. I mean I feel like what my therapist would tell you that my obsession with comparison is like not good for my life. But I also feel like it's a strong part of unfortunately my personality for writer Evie Ebert envy is a byproduct of ambition I had kind of built my life around this idea that This version of me and the president is not the real me. The real me is this like Hologram of myself that I'm pursuing where things work out the way that I want them to and I'm better and I'm smarter and I'm more successful and I'm getting there. and. Then it was sort of like the pandemic HIV extremely harsh pause button on everyone's life and it was like, no the what you have right now is all that there is there's no forward movement we had to remind ourselves to be happy to be alive and lucky if we're in good health. Grateful for what we have right where we are. Blake. That's hard to sustain. Aspiration without opportunity ferments envy. Of course, I could be much worse off but I was like green with envy about people whose homes are larger were living in better climates maybe who had outdoor pools and I had a real inclination to kind of judge myself for becoming obsessed with. Who has a better basically and so I was like, no, this is part of my self care practice is allowing myself to be annoyed by people. But then every realized that other people were probably allowing themselves to be annoyed at her. He's essay in the cut is titled Do. You hate me for my lawn. She has a law and it feels extremely luxurious like being able to open the front door and signed my four year old out I feel like marie-antoinette basically for a while felt like everything and anything was a luxury showing off your sour dough bread meant you had groceries Zoom conferences meant you had a job complaining about your kids had human contact you can't win at this. I mean, some people are having A. Hard. Time but nobody's having fun and then in the midst of pointing our fingers at each other and tossing are envy around our immediate circle. We picked our ears up. We heard sound. Horrible sound. No has been the siren song of extremely wealthy celebrities. Huge We rose up and grabbed R N D, r proverbial pitchforks, and we marched to the photographs of Drake's weirdly empty hotel lobby of mansion. We swarmed to pick apart the celebrity bookshelves on zoom. We roundly mocked the rich and famous as insistence that all in this together it was so overtly tone-deaf. Are. Envy. was almost. Delicious I'm having this resentment and you're having to and it's it's something that we're kind of sharing. I feel like it's part of the shared pandemic experienced. It was suddenly like we were truly all in this together. Freud talks about this in civilization and its discontents that cohesive society unites around a common enemy an out group. There are lots of scary an unfortunate examples of the groups America has ostracized, but the rich and famous are not among them. Because, it's so much more complicated than pure animosity if they're so awful and they're so ridiculous in there. So repugnant why? Why does Kim Kardashian have like a Zillion instagram followers molly young is the literary critic for New York magazine and she was wondering why we want to keep looking at rich people for envy or fantasy or whatever we turn to them for I mean what's interesting about the quarantine is you started seeing a lot of people turn against celebrities right like Ellen complaining that quarantining in her gigantic house made her feel like she was imprisoned or whatever, and finally people are starting. To kind of examine the purpose that these celebrities are serving in our lives need to examine why we're interested in them in the first place

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Bill & Ted Face the Music Review

Pop Culture Happy Hour

09:04 min | 10 months ago

Bill & Ted Face the Music Review

"One, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine, we met bill s Preston and Ted Theodore Logan in the movie bill and Ted's excellent adventure they returned in bill and Ted's bogus journey in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety one, and now almost thirty years later they're back in bill and Ted's face the music Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves return as well. Bill and Ted respectively, and this time they'll need not just their triumphant man to save the world but also their daughters I'm Stephen Thompson and I'm Linda Holmes we're talking about bill and Ted face the music on this episode of Pop Culture Happy Hour from NPR here with me and Steven from his home studio is plan Weldon of NPR's arts desk. Linda and also with us from his home in Washington DC, we have JC Howard who is a producer of NPR's Ted Radio Hour and how I built this I. J. C.. Good to have you back good to have you back. So if you are all not familiar, there's not a lot setup that you need or these films except to say that Bill and Ted were introduced to us as teenage bro Friends who had a band and just wanted to have a triumphant band when they were older and eventually they got sucked into time travel and picking up different historical figures, and later we're going to try to save the world and there was. A whole story where they were going to ultimately right a great and triumphant song it's it is a surprisingly complex canonical story of which you need to know practically nothing in order to enjoy I think these films Stephen now that I have thoroughly set the table kind of what is your attachment to bill and Ted these movies. If you have one, well, I've seen bill and Ted's excellent adventure. A BUNCH OF TIMES I've seen bill and Ted's bogus journey a couple times. These are movies that have kind of existed on the wind for the last thirty years. I re watched these movies within the last five years I. Think I talked about the. What's making me happy on this show but still kind of needed to go back to be reminded of what happens in them going into this movie I mean this movie is coasting on goodwill. There is a certain amount of fan service going on here. I mean I'm not sure how many people were clamoring to revisit these characters almost thirty years later but at the same time. Something really really smart happens in this movie and you can tell before you even start watching it, and that is that it is ninety three minutes long all three of these movies are about ninety minutes long and I think they understand that that is the perfect lengthier. There is a certain amount of sequel bloat here. The first two movies are incredibly Chintzy. The stakes in the first one are no greater than maybe Ted we'll get sent to military school and you're there's like the entire fabric of space time can be ripped apart. This is a very shaggy movie. I. Think there are stretches where it sags but. I do appreciate the number of updates. You don't have the gay panic stuff that really dragged down the earlier movies are no gay slurs in this movie. This movie bothers to give its female characters a little bit more agency the women who become their wives barely have any part to play in the other movies, and here you get more of that you get their daughters who are given kind of their own subplot. So I appreciate that it's not just rattling around with these two dudes who are now middle aged, but they're taking an interest in people outside of just bill. Yeah and you do get their daughters. The structure of this one is kind of that they go on one journey through time and their daughters meanwhile who are played by Samara weaving and bridget lending pain go off and tried to get a band together for their DADS to play with on this epoch song that's supposed to save the world. So you kind of have the one journey going on the other journey going on then naturally in the third act it all comes together and I did like those two performances from the daughter's there are also some kind of new faces in this one kristen Schall plays Kelly who is The daughter of Rufus who was the George Carlin character in the original JC it feels to me like you are too young to have a moustache attachment to these movies but I have been assured that that is not the case because television. Yeah. That's exactly right. I was actually super excited to hear this movie was happening and I'm going to show my age a little bit and say that I was born pretty close to the release of the First Bill and Ted Movie of Bill and Ted's excellent adventure. So my first encounter with these guys was as as they say a most impressionable youth. And I was one of what I can only assume are millions of kids who watch bill and Ted's excellent adventure every time it ran on cable TV. The thing about the first movie is the problem that they needed to solve was very simple. Billon Tade just needed a good grade right granted the solution to that problem was a little larger than life and included doctor who like time travel home box and all but the problem itself was simple. The second movie bogus journey was certainly a little nuttier. It had killer robots and aliens and the grim reaper. Didn't feel like it hit quite the right notes for me. No Pun intended. So win a third film was confirmed. The main question I had was like, what are they going to do? Are they going to try to recreate the success of the original and go back to simple run of the mill time travel Orlean into the bizarre and crazy and from just the trailer? It was clear that they weren't going to just lean into the bizarre, but they were diving in head first. But I think what separated this one from the nineteen ninety one sequel is that it has a lot more heart. The original movie was really about the friendship of bill and Ted and saving that they didn't seem to care as much about saving the future as much as they wanted to just make sure that bill and Ted could still just be friends. So it had this kind of surprisingly earnest quality and I think that was what was missing in the second film in this third one for all of its bizarreness in all of its doubling down on death in heaven and hell, and all these kinds of weird things. It really reignites the idea that there are friendships and. Relationships here that are worth saving. Yeah I think you're absolutely right that they go back to the relationship between those two guys being the center of the story and I. Think it's really funny. One of the things that I think is featured in some of the the trailer stuff but they are both married they both have you know lovely wives that you have met before since they got them from the past and they have relationships with their wives that are completely enmeshed with their relationship with each other. So they can't conceive of having individual marriages that aren't some. Like a four person marriage I thought that stuff was sort of funny because I think one of the things that carries over like if you're going to take these guys in age them thirty years you have to either assume that at some point they became more normal, which is a weird thing to assume about bill and Ted. Or you have to assume that they are still very bill and Ted, which would mean that they are still kind of very fixated on this idea that they are a duo and they are always together and they are each other's right hand Glenn you had indicated on twitter that. You perhaps did not have the same nostalgia for these characters that perhaps I have and others may have what is your take care? All right. The ticker about to hear from me Linda Holmes is going to be a subjective it's rigorous. It's clear eyed it is on demand by the gauzy scream nostalgia because unlike all y'all I never saw these movies until this week just to prepare for the show and I didn't see him for very simple reason I didn't have to I. Mean I was a junior in college nineteen, eighty, nine I was studying marine biology. I was dating a string of profoundly unfulfilled women and. Being. On a college campus and eighty nine and not here boobs heinous strange things are afoot at the circle k just over and over and over. So I felt like I got it. And think about the time late eighties early nineties mainstream. American. Comedy was kind of stuck in this catchphrase based mode and I was like, okay. I don't need to see this while I've seen them all now and I'm here to tell you. Sure I guess that's your thing. I like the Guy Listeners of the leads I. think that's the appeal here but left only once an excellent adventure. It's a visual gag that gets tossed off. It's a Freud at a mall holding a corn dog and it's like, okay, fine. You got me I mean it's low hanging fruit, but you got. And in face the music this new film shore on Paper Samara, Weaving Kristen Schaal Holland freaking Taylor they are gunning for me they are coming. But ultimately didn't stick. It's not supposed to. That's not what it's for. It just evaporates on contact with the eyeballs and maybe that's exactly what the world needs. Right now is dumb sweep dumb but I

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Stigma in Christian and Asian Communities

The Psych Central Show

06:19 min | 11 months ago

Stigma in Christian and Asian Communities

"Of the Psych Central podcast calling into the show today, we have Dr Esther Park, who was a board certified child adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist Dr Park Completed Her psychiatric training at the La see USC medical center and has more than seventeen years of outpatient clinical experience treating adults and children Dr Park Welcome to the show Oh it's such a pleasure. Thank you for inviting me. Well, we really excited to have you here because we want to talk about the stigma of mental health in the Christian and Asian communities. So let's jump right in why is there stigma mental health in many Christian circles? This is an area where I'm very familiar I grew up. My father was a Presbyterian minister, from Korea, as first generation Korean. Moving here to the United States and I was born here. So I'm a US barring korean-american. So I got to see just what it's like to grow up in a church actually Korean church I believe that the stigma comes from misconceptions, a lot of misconceptions about healing in general general healing of physical problems and especially mental healing. So for example, maybe seventeen hundreds, right? Where severe mental illness just gets to frame. Yeah where they're having nations and bizarre behaviors that used to be looked upon as demon possessed, and so from those generations and centuries until now it's still has kinda trickled to this modern day of if you have a mental illness and you can't quote unquote, shake it off that something's wrong with you spiritually, I'm reminded of the Salem witch trials. And Twenty, the majority of people believe that was just an extreme overreaction based on on so many factors but fear being primary one, and now here we are in twenty twenty and I I recognize that that we're not burning anybody at the stake but it's interesting to me that that we're allowing sort of this misinformation or there's misconception and this fear of mental illness Dr, are thinking when the. Average person in two thousand, twenty completely understands that letting fear and misinformation drive are thinking all the way back in. Salem wasn't overreach an overreaction. It feels like the same thing just with less dire consequences except of course, if if you're a person living with mental illness or mental health issues and you don't get the treatment and support that you need to death is a very real possibility. Right I, totally agree. It's just a different form now, just more maybe acceptable form today how people are being viewed or treated whenever they're struggling, and then that causes people to not share their struggles. Do you feel that the average Christian feels that they can't seek help because it salt their faith or is it deeper than that? Not about insulting their own faith, it's about like if I help. And I find out that I really have a diagnosis or I'm really experiencing something real. then. That's GonNa to prove that I am not a person of true faith or my faith is weaker than others and they're very fearful to discover that sometime. So there's a great deal of denial and a great deal of I can just beat this with my faith. All I have to do is pray or all I have to do is go to more worship services. So I think those are the reasons why rather than a direct insult to the faith professionally, I would say why there's a stigma there's such minimal knowledge ignorance about physiology and medical background and even psychology even the entire field of psychology there is another misconception. Just based on the fear that that is not of God and they think that psychologists or even the theorists of the past are not aligned with God and they just kind of alienate them or marginalized them as opposite of God or atheists, and so I found that very intriguing because I grew up even I think my own dad would talk about Freud or other famous theorists not there of the devil but like they're influenced maybe and did not trust psychology and maybe people don't even try to go to a psychologist for fear that Oh they're going to change me and if they changed me, I'm not going to believe in God. I might talking really extremely in terms of like what the thinking but deep down inside there is so much fear in going to a psychologist. They don't know that these are actual neurologically based struggles. For example, major depression severe anxiety disorders polars your friend. Yeah. These are disorders of neural transmitter imbalances. And they can be treated. On the other hand on the spiritual level, I'm a firm believer that many have inaccurate standing about what we call the Gospel or the good news. They don't know the message of the Bible I think they misconstrue so many things and just pick and choose what they think the doctrines. And then apply it to certain things. For example, have you ever heard of the word legalism? legalism is it term based on the law? So example, there are laws of God or there's these traditional laws interpreted as laws of God, and you must obey them, and that's the only way to please God or get blessings. And therefore, if you don't, you may get punished if the mental health issue is considered as a punishment than they may be experiencing Oh, I must be punished. This must be a consequence of a pass wrongdoing. So it's totally, it's the misconception starts to

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This Practice Changed My Business - with Lisa Bilyeu

RISE Podcast

07:59 min | 11 months ago

This Practice Changed My Business - with Lisa Bilyeu

"My friend Lisa. Who is an entrepreneur just like I am. In this season. Absolutely everything's Differen- and you've got a pivot and you got to figure things out we've been sharing information. Lisa reached out and was like we're doing the greatest thing. You guys have to do this thing. So we had made an appointment to talk about it and then I was like. Dang we should just record this If you love it, I'm GonNa love it, and if we love be entrepreneurs listening to this, we'll get something out of it as well. So that was where it started we jumped into. The exciting Marion tell me about tell me how what's business for you guys today how have you pivoted in side of Corinthian? Can We? Start I guess I'm going too fast because I also am getting that everyone like might. I. Didn't even say Your Lisa. Built quest nutrition alongside your husband Tom, I haven't done a very good job excited to see you and talk to you. So tell me what life looks like right? So some speaking to you go and them Yes oh, right now we have impact theory, which of course you on share and continues just change. It's a different fricken world and what we'd is changing every week and used to that rockets over tanner rights. Just when you think you want the standard audience just when you think you understand your metrics and how to deliver impact. Everything has changed and a campus carry social, and my instinct is to go into the family Gaza. Mode of all, my ball, what is happening, but I always remind myself in the West situations the best things can come from like an it doesn't ever feel well right in in that moment it doesn't feel so i. look all considered okay. Like when we went into quarantine at first few weeks, everyone was like a wanted to be empowered was doing great. And then it's just you know dwelled started to change oversleep with the medal of to Freud like this. So many things that changed week after week and I'm just trying to navigate me unhedged. Forty one, rich and. Just, anything that you can get comfortable. It's like Yukon and I try to find the beauty in I tried to find a beauty in the challenge versus the frustration in it because I into magically go to the frustration. So just from a company standpoint yet every week trying to assess how is content doing all we resonating with people what are people looking for how people's behaviors changed a what is impact look like today? But then who's on the other side I always also myself what he actually one use are you happy? When you build a business news especially in Bill Gates for so long and if so much time in F I, never want to be that person. It's like well I. Guess I'm Lynn. So I gotTa keep going. It's like no even if you gave five years of your life, even if you gave up your sacrifice, you have to keep reassessing are actually doing what you still love does the old you know the way the world is now used to enjoying it use to wake up every day energized pollute to ask yourself I shouldn't you know some kind of going through a better assessment now? Love it. What does impact look like now an how much time energy am I willing to dedicate and I'm coming back to the also yes I do want to impact yet willing to give it my older have to ask myself. Am Do not more worry I think. I. Honestly I'm sure you guys have been having these conversations to, but I feel like that's all of my friends who are in the content space everything is shifting. So quickly and everything in everything feels very polarizing right now and it you know people are scared people out of work. Everything is uncertain and I was asking myself recently I'm right I've been through this. Before this is not the first time that social has felt like this for me, and so I was asking like what is winner? Am I felt like this before I realized it was before the last election so I do think that there is something historically about an end will continue to be. So every single time that we have an election and how that affects social and I do think that there's something. The conspiracy theory person in me feels like since gets drummed up on both sides to distract us from the real issues to distract us from the change that needs to happen to distract on many levels on both sides not just one side. So I do remember feeling like this before like what the Heck my supposed to do or how am I supposed to speak To people and it was the last time that we were coming up on election. So my feary four you for everybody listening is this will only get worse. This will only get worse leading up into until November it will only become more polarizing because there's something weird about social where people I was just talking about this with beans the other day that like people. Think that the point of social media is to have being. So it doesn't even matter what you say. You'll be like Oh what a beautiful day and someone will be like it's not beautiful where I am it's like what in the world? So I think that there's something than tastic about approaching it of like what are your core values you know you guys are so wrapped around this idea of impact in what does impact like to you and you're listening to this it doesn't have to be the same as Tom Research are the same as me but what are the core values that you wanNA show up for with your community because I do think. Lots of people who have been putting out into the world will hesitate to do that because they're going to get opposition no matter what they're posting and that scares me because if the people who have been creating content to make the world a better place start to be too afraid to post then I feel like evil wins right. Then I feel like the only thing available in news feeds is vitriol and hatred and division, and so if you. are a content creator you're listening to this conversation man I, just want to encourage you to double down on goodness triple down on positively even if you're going to get shit for it because better to show up as yourself in a world where so many people are afraid to create then to highway and like hope that it's going to go away because it's not not for a long time. So I to go ends, I've been trying to kind of. Put this into like a phrase, the item repeats myself it's not perfect yet but the thing I go with is a drawl the be a rejected to be true to myself than expected for being, of course, and I remind myself that every single day because every time you putting out console whether in the content was on not right. However, you is showing up at the end to the freaking day it is you at the end of the day that lies. Down Close Your eyes and how do you feel about this an I guess what I'm doing back to understand mind was a how do I will feel about myself when I am by myself period and if other people don't agree with my opinion is that Roy give everyone has the freedom not but I will not then who not act to please are the people because when I'm by myself do I say I'm proud of you Lisa I'm proud that use seductive. What we believed in. And I keep reminding myself that.

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This Practice Changed My Business - with Lisa Bilyeu

RISE Podcast

07:13 min | 11 months ago

This Practice Changed My Business - with Lisa Bilyeu

"My friend Lisa. Who is an entrepreneur just like I am. In this season. Absolutely everything's Differen- and you've got a pivot and you got to figure things out we've been sharing information. Lisa reached out and was like we're doing the greatest thing. You guys have to do this thing. So we had made an appointment to talk about it and then I was like. Dang we should just record this If you love it, I'm GonNa love it, and if we love be entrepreneurs listening to this, we'll get something out of it as well. So that was where it started we jumped into. The exciting Marion tell me about tell me how what's business for you guys today how have you pivoted in side of Corinthian? Can We? Start I guess I'm going too fast because I also am getting that everyone like might. I. Didn't even say Your Lisa. Built quest nutrition alongside your husband Tom, I haven't done a very good job excited to see you and talk to you. So tell me what life looks like right? So some speaking to you go and them Yes oh, right now we have impact theory, which of course you on share and continues just change. It's a different fricken world and what we'd is changing every week and used to that rockets over tanner rights. Just when you think you want the standard audience just when you think you understand your metrics and how to deliver impact. Everything has changed and a campus carry social, and my instinct is to go into the family Gaza. Mode of all, my ball, what is happening, but I always remind myself in the West situations the best things can come from like an it doesn't ever feel well right in in that moment it doesn't feel so i. look all considered okay. Like when we went into quarantine at first few weeks, everyone was like a wanted to be empowered was doing great. And then it's just you know dwelled started to change oversleep with the medal of to Freud like this. So many things that changed week after week and I'm just trying to navigate me unhedged. Forty one, rich and. Just, anything that you can get comfortable. It's like Yukon and I try to find the beauty in I tried to find a beauty in the challenge versus the frustration in it because I into magically go to the frustration. So just from a company standpoint yet every week trying to assess how is content doing all we resonating with people what are people looking for how people's behaviors changed a what is impact look like today? But then who's on the other side I always also myself what he actually one use are you happy? When you build a business news especially in Bill Gates for so long and if so much time in F I, never want to be that person. It's like well I. Guess I'm Lynn. So I gotTa keep going. It's like no even if you gave five years of your life, even if you gave up your sacrifice, you have to keep reassessing are actually doing what you still love does the old you know the way the world is now used to enjoying it use to wake up every day energized pollute to ask yourself I shouldn't you know some kind of going through a better assessment now? Love it. What does impact look like now an how much time energy am I willing to dedicate and I'm coming back to the also yes I do want to impact yet willing to give it my older have to ask myself. Am Do not more worry I think. I. Honestly I'm sure you guys have been having these conversations to, but I feel like that's all of my friends who are in the content space everything is shifting. So quickly and everything in everything feels very polarizing right now and it you know people are scared people out of work. Everything is uncertain and I was asking myself recently I'm right I've been through this. Before this is not the first time that social has felt like this for me, and so I was asking like what is winner? Am I felt like this before I realized it was before the last election so I do think that there is something historically about an end will continue to be. So every single time that we have an election and how that affects social and I do think that there's something. The conspiracy theory person in me feels like since gets drummed up on both sides to distract us from the real issues to distract us from the change that needs to happen to distract on many levels on both sides not just one side. So I do remember feeling like this before like what the Heck my supposed to do or how am I supposed to speak To people and it was the last time that we were coming up on election. So my feary four you for everybody listening is this will only get worse. This will only get worse leading up into until November it will only become more polarizing because there's something weird about social where people I was just talking about this with beans the other day that like people. Think that the point of social media is to have being. So it doesn't even matter what you say. You'll be like Oh what a beautiful day and someone will be like it's not beautiful where I am it's like what in the world? So I think that there's something than tastic about approaching it of like what are your core values you know you guys are so wrapped around this idea of impact in what does impact like to you and you're listening to this it doesn't have to be the same as Tom Research are the same as me but what are the core values that you wanNA show up for with your community because I do think. Lots of people who have been putting out into the world will hesitate to do that because they're going to get opposition no matter what they're posting and that scares me because if the people who have been creating content to make the world a better place start to be too afraid to post then I feel like evil wins right. Then I feel like the only thing available in news feeds is vitriol and hatred and division, and so if you. are a content creator you're listening to this conversation man I, just want to encourage you to double down on goodness triple down on positively even if you're going to get shit for it because better to show up as yourself in a world where so many people are afraid to create then to highway and like hope that it's going to go away because it's not not for a long time. So I to go ends, I've been trying to kind of. Put this into like a phrase, the item repeats myself it's not perfect yet but the thing I go with is a drawl the be a rejected to be true to myself than expected for being, of course,

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Finding Mastery

Good Life Project

06:32 min | 1 year ago

Finding Mastery

"Work that you do is fascinating to me on so many different levels, not the least of which is. That I came really close to following a really similar path. And then ended up backing away for reasons that still are not entirely clear to me. Lifelong fascination with sort of a not just the human condition, but for why people do what they do, and how they go to the extremes of their potential wondering, if if this touches down at an early age for you, if this was sort of like a a later fascination, cool The first exposure I had to this is. Was In high school and I realized that the thing that I wanted to do. It was a surfing experience, so I grew up surfing. and. I could do what I wanted to do. As a fifteen year old kid, you don't Infre- surfing, but then when it came time to compete. He was completely different for me and it wasn't that my physical skills went away. It wasn't that my technical skills went away. It was that my mind by mental skills like the way that I was thinking about things was choking off access. To buy abilities and I didn't know there was a discipline called psychology as the first person to go to school my family, so we didn't come from. Condition where was like sophistication in structure in theory? We're just trying to figure it out as we along. And, so I bumped into it at an early age and I, said Oh. My goodness thing inside me. It's my mind like what is this and so it started there at an early age and I didn't know until it was like my first year in college. That there was even a discipline in a study of psychology, really because in high is exposed to it at a class action. I had a class and. It didn't make any sense. It was like Freud skinner. All the kind of classics which I came to appreciate later. I didn't understand it, so then it was through a pain is how I came exposed to it in sent me down a path. It pain in the context of you seeing something that you to do, but somehow couldn't figure out how to get there does exactly right. Yeah, I had something inside may wanted to express is the way I think about it like I had a physical thing i. I wanted to do a wave, and every time that there's a competition with the people were judging, and there was people on the beach, watching I became a shell of myself, and I couldn't express. It wasn't so much about I couldn't do the thing I mean. That's part of it, but I couldn't express what I was wanting to be able to express I, mean changing their own lapping, but really two distinct things like one is really tapping into the fullness of what you perceive to be your potential, but. The other is sort of it. It's it's a stifled expression. It's it's like I have a sense for who I am on an identity level, and how I want that to be put out into the world and I can't get it. It's like when you hear when you play Guitar, and you hear the dream ref. In your head. But your fingers can actually make it happen on guitar. Yes, so that's close to what happened to me. Is that I knew I could do it? Though because I had done it in free surfing plenty of times, and so it was actually there, it was just stage. Friday was performance anxiety. So it wasn't, it wasn't the mechanical part of it was the psychological part, so you mentioned that you were the first to go to college your family. Curious about that also, what was the background in your family? That sort of said okay, world good without going the route of higher education. And then what was it that happen in your mind? That said that's actually not good enough for me. Co question is so set. The context here is that I grew up in on a farm in Virginia, and I should say I grew up with nature, not necessary on. It is a big distinction you know in that way, and so I grew up with it until the age of about. Ten. In my parents were very lazy fair, they had very little structure if I was out late, and it got dark, not eat until very late. You know like it was super. Figuring, out kid, you know, and they let me just kind of play with nature. And my parents pretty much dropped out so I'm forty eight ends. They were young parents and they this was during the Vietnam revolt. So they're like okay. We're dropping out some more of the hippie life, but it wasn't. It wasn't an angry approach. It was like hey, let's go find a little sanctuary that we could build you build a family, so it was very myopic in that sense. In My dad came from a large family, he was had his first job fourteen, supporting his family in some respects, so they came blue-collar hard-working. Christian valued family, and they instilled inside of me strong values, and then this kind of freedom to explore. But there was no formal structure to any of it. But saying well, my mom's side, you know, and so her father came over to America at the age of fifteen by himself from Italy and so it's just a blue-collar, hard-working approach life and I, it was I was. Surfing a lot as I mentioned, and then due north, the PSAT's are of course also. I got a zero on those and then on the sat. With those are I got zero on those. I went surfing on both of them. And My parents pulled me aside my senior year and they're like Hey Mike. We tried a lot of your friends are going to college. We didn't know really to help you, but at this point. Get a job and get out. Or Mrs my senior year in high school or you could go to community college and you can stay here. Thought I'm not moving out like I'm I'm not done surfing like. How can I go? How can I have a job? Nine to five and surf so still real young in my church life, and so I said okay. Let me. Do the school thing so? I knew that the school that I was going to go to. Was I. don't know two miles away from a close to world class surf break. It sounds like I know how to do this. So! I love the decision. Making criteria has like perfect perfect, and so I really thought that I was going to extend my high school experience for a couple more years I was not interested in academic academia or becoming an academician in any respect. So a second semester and there was three professors who are really good friends now. This is the junior college right? So this was this isn't. I didn't have to get in I just had to apply. I just had to show up.

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Understanding the Buddhas Teachings for Ourselves

The Wisdom Podcast

05:14 min | 1 year ago

Understanding the Buddhas Teachings for Ourselves

"To the huge whether I'm traveling in an aeroplane among place, so cancel the airplanes cost, but I'm still doing the teaching artists three feet into the computer, so it's quite handy, and it's been very nice. It's been very good I mean pulled in Oregon some very kind of giving their apartment, not very much cheaper, and sometimes they're an I'm sitting here doing my job. This very good I'm quite content and how you finding teaching over the Internet. Yeah, I mean really released prized by. Having the people on the screen you know because you can get twenty five people so first of all. Because it's people, the welcome coming, he would never go to a teaching considering Timbuktu somewhere. They can join so it's been very moving against experienced. I was really surprised by that having people's faith and win of course, a President I mean twenty five people on the computer screen, and then you fix, patient pays and see who's there and those who don't won't faced on habits. Once you start asking questions. They come up strong, and it's been very moving and people to said that, but it's really quite preston quite direct and quite intense. Intense, so I, really really really enjoying it I have to say it's kind of a an odd thing to say straight. Curious. Yeah, do you think you'll do more of it? When you can travel you get back on the planes and travel around the world I think eventually when I'm very very old. When I'm very old now my probably do that, but I don't mind driving around and don't have a home right now, so I can't keep in the other. People's. I mean this is a flash. Some sleep around is okay very well. Traveling on airplanes, sweeping around seats means gave up running the prison. Project is based in California. State, sort of fully since ninety, four, ninety, five, ninety, five, ninety, four, then rush out of the prison. We started the prison project about ninety six, and then again that up. Two thousand nine so since I've been teaching full time. So I'll go knowle's cinches. You know people invite me not Dubai schedule go so the last ten years I haven't had a hundred. I had one small bag. One St of robes, companies, a shoes by a few things ultra. Six me really I must have been. What do you call one of those nine really suit. My nature I have to say that I really does and I always think. Lewis people that go your houses when I die. Nothing no to team. Up because. You've got an easy exit. One of the things one of the questions I. wanted to ask you is that you know you travel around? The World Teaching Dhamma around the world I'm wondering what it is that you find about the Dhamma that resonates with people. What is what are some of the things that you go to? You know no matter where you land was gonNA engage able. Well, you know this is where. I mean it just seems to me clearly, we want to summarize what Buddha is a bad. It's not a joke starting to be a clever, he has issued. Say you need to learn to be around Serapis? I think we're really do on pack. We get beyond the. Indian amazing culture for centuries enough and the frame welcome to mention framework of things and like. Really with it, you start to get to the essence, and clearly the essence has to be the mind, so you're not putting Greek for God's sake, but it is not a psychologist on anything. That's exactly I mean. Everything comes down to the mind, even the fuel. It's it's amazing. Sufficient. Brilliant worldview of the Buddha's is observed to be true. That is a law natural law that runs a unit us. And what does it run is law within which minds and lives of sentient beings run, so there's Buddhist psychology which is a how the mind works and that trump's from is genius. Indians are with. His Holiness. He says it was amazing Indians more than three thousand years ago. Who wants to begin the investigation tonight? Yourself I mean we clip Judeo Christian. European SORTA was Mr Freud didn't do. It was arrogance so physical Buddha commanders incredible system. What do they do? They met the mind they met. The mind to yield is four thousand distinct mental illnesses, which summarize into three is an incredibly sophisticated map of the mind I mean they only mapping them on now. You know the Brian. What does match the on the cognitive process? So it's not all about the mind, then. What else is Buddhism so you get right down to? The big sort of Llamas Alpacas issues, doors. Lama from the very beginning I could see ask entities teachings that he he was lucky his born Hippie, he just knew how to talk to in the sixties and seventies, so he it down to this fundamental way where Ron fine, because we're so full of resolve, his overwhelming lethal of dissatisfaction in culture and which. Could see were willing. These soap piteous hippies full of misery. He stopped trying to tell us about Amman. Potential so to me. This is the the bottom line almost like a fraud I was talking about the same thing. The Whitewater presents mind and this incredible potential. We've got this. Is everybody no matter whether the communist with people psychologist with university students meet outside the Buddhist Woods in super amazing way to see the mind understand, everybody recognizes everybody can recognize though I told you know want us his terminology. This distinction between delusions virtues. This is a radical idea for the wasting recognizes is just start moving to me. You can never tired of the more you can let your mind. This is what gives people. Courage is what gives us optimism, and we don't have that in our culture I mean. Where is there in? In any psychology on Euroscience, dare suggest that you can read the multiple. The rubbish grow the goodness, which is the meaning of the word Buddha only. Buddhas that's very stock terms. Is

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Venerable Robina Courtin: Understanding the Buddhas Teachings for Ourselves

The Wisdom Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

Venerable Robina Courtin: Understanding the Buddhas Teachings for Ourselves

"Myself to the huge whether I'm traveling in an aeroplane among place, so cancel the airplanes cost, but I'm still doing the teaching artists three feet into the computer, so it's quite handy, and it's been very nice. It's been very good I mean pulled in Oregon some very kind of giving their apartment, not very much cheaper, and sometimes they're an I'm sitting here doing my job. This very good I'm quite content and how you finding teaching over the Internet. Yeah, I mean really released prized by. Having the people on the screen you know because you can get twenty five people so first of all. Because it's people, the welcome coming, he would never go to a teaching considering Timbuktu somewhere. They can join so it's been very moving against experienced. I was really surprised by that having people's faith and win of course, a President I mean twenty five people on the computer screen, and then you fix, patient pays and see who's there and those who don't won't faced on habits. Once you start asking questions. They come up strong, and it's been very moving and people to said that, but it's really quite preston quite direct and quite intense. Intense, so I, really really really enjoying it I have to say it's kind of a an odd thing to say straight. Curious. Yeah, do you think you'll do more of it? When you can travel you get back on the planes and travel around the world I think eventually when I'm very very old. When I'm very old now my probably do that, but I don't mind driving around and don't have a home right now, so I can't keep in the other. People's. I mean this is a flash. Some sleep around is okay very well. Traveling on airplanes, sweeping around seats means gave up running the prison. Project is based in California. State, sort of fully since ninety, four, ninety, five, ninety, five, ninety, four, then rush out of the prison. We started the prison project about ninety six, and then again that up. Two thousand nine so since I've been teaching full time. So I'll go knowle's cinches. You know people invite me not Dubai schedule go so the last ten years I haven't had a hundred. I had one small bag. One St of robes, companies, a shoes by a few things ultra. Six me really I must have been. What do you call one of those nine really suit. My nature I have to say that I really does and I always think. Lewis people that go your houses when I die. Nothing no to team. Up because. You've got an easy exit. One of the things one of the questions I. wanted to ask you is that you know you travel around? The World Teaching Dhamma around the world I'm wondering what it is that you find about the Dhamma that resonates with people. What is what are some of the things that you go to? You know no matter where you land was gonNA engage able. Well, you know this is where. I mean it just seems to me clearly, we want to summarize what Buddha is a bad. It's not a joke starting to be a clever, he has issued. Say you need to learn to be around Serapis? I think we're really do on pack. We get beyond the. Indian amazing culture for centuries enough and the frame welcome to mention framework of things and like. Really with it, you start to get to the essence, and clearly the essence has to be the mind, so you're not putting Greek for God's sake, but it is not a psychologist on anything. That's exactly I mean. Everything comes down to the mind, even the fuel. It's it's amazing. Sufficient. Brilliant worldview of the Buddha's is observed to be true. That is a law natural law that runs a unit us. And what does it run is law within which minds and lives of sentient beings run, so there's Buddhist psychology which is a how the mind works and that trump's from is genius. Indians are with. His Holiness. He says it was amazing Indians more than three thousand years ago. Who wants to begin the investigation tonight? Yourself I mean we clip Judeo Christian. European SORTA was Mr Freud didn't do. It was arrogance so physical Buddha commanders incredible system. What do they do? They met the mind they met. The mind to yield is four thousand distinct mental illnesses, which summarize into three is an incredibly sophisticated map of the mind I mean

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"freud " Discussed on Dog Tales

Dog Tales

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"freud " Discussed on Dog Tales

"But, if joe fees place in therapeutic, history is noteworthy, perhaps even more so is the effect. She and her fairy associates had on Sigmund Freud himself. Remember, Freud's relationship with dogs didn't begin until his twilight is before that Freud's colleagues often described him as blank-faced. He was a man who plumbed the psyches of others, but was a bit removed himself. But Joe fee wolf learn nook and Loon York to seem to anoc something in him. And as Freud grappled with his failing health toward the end of his life, he yearned to explain why they'd had such an effect on him. Dogs provide defection without ambivalence, the simplicity of a life free from the almost unbearable conflicts of civilization. It was a psychiatrist description of a connection. Any dog new would recognize. Unconditional love. Thanks for listening to dog tales for more information about Freud, his dogs. We found the article. Freud scientists his dogs by Oriole Grissom Kofsky, and how therapy dogs almost never came to exist by Dr Stanley Coren especially helpful to our research. Every dog has his day and all day is Mondays will back then with a new episode you can find more episodes of dog tails, and all other parkas originals for free on spotify not only does spotify already have all of favorite music, but now spotify making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like Doug Tales for free from your phone, desktop or speaker. To string tails on spotify just open the APP and type dog tales in the search bar. Several of you have asked how to help us. If you enjoy the show, the best way to help us is to leave a five star review and don't forget to follow us on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network. Join US next week for another good story about good dog. Dough tells was created by Max Cutler and is a podcast studios original. It is executive produced by Max Cutler sound design by Trent. With production assistance by ranch bureau, Carly, madden and Aaron Lawson. This episode of Dog was written by Matt Flanagan with writing assistance by Maggie Admire. I'm I'm murden..

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Moments of hope and solidarity from the George Floyd protests

Perspective

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Moments of hope and solidarity from the George Floyd protests

"Week. The world stopped marching for a few hours to honor the memory of George Floyd among those speaking at his memorial service in Minneapolis where his family's attorney Benjamin crump. What we are doing. Is Happened America Be America for all Americans and the Reverend Al Sharpton George. Freud's story has been the story of black folks because Ebola since four hundred and one years ago. The reason we could never be who we wanted and dreamed being his. You kept. You'll need a on our net. Throughout the week, the marches and protests spread across the country, and around the world in Berlin in Sydney and Paris in London. They marched. We literally feel you we understands. Withstanding the we understand and we feel your pain at times typically late at night, there were handfuls of looters and rioters crashing the protests. The peaceful marches carried on each day. People calling for police reform and calling out systemic racism in America. By mid week, those four police officers at the scene of George Floyd staff had been criminally charged. ABC's Ryan Burrow went to the shrine set up to honor George Floyd in Minneapolis. This is where we should be today or else wearing or sitting. to remember him. And to fight for the justice, he deserves all week long at this growing memorial that includes flowers, candles, signs murals, people have been handing out free food, free water, free baby supplies and free hugs. Traffic has been blocked replaced by hourly group. Prayer circles the gas station lot now a space for music and grilled hotdogs graffiti sprayed against cops is now being replaced with words of kindness. Hope an honor for George, floyd the exact spot in South Minneapolis that fueled pain and anger of a life cut short, may the spot that breathes new life into the. The twin

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George Floyd honored at Minneapolis memorial service

Erin Burnett OutFront

02:23 min | 1 year ago

George Floyd honored at Minneapolis memorial service

"In Minneapolis Friends family community leaders civil rights leaders from our across the country gathered to mourn George Floyd Sarah Cider is out front. He. The Gray. At the memorial in Minneapolis. George flights family took time to mourn this amazing to me that he touched so many people hearts. You because he'd been touching our hearts, you know everybody won't justice. We Want Justice George. He's going to get it. He's GonNa get it. Historic national demonstrations in Floyd's name are now well into their tenth day. What happened to Freud happens adequate bay in this country and then every. Of American life is time for us to stand up in charges, name and Saket show me off. ow Next Knicks less than a mile from the family memorial National Guard troops stood watch three former police officers charged with aiding and abetting and Floyd's death made their first court appearance, all three granted one million dollar bail, or seven hundred fifty thousand dollars with conditions of potential key witness, the passenger and Floyd car. That fatal afternoon says. His friend did not resist arrest telling the new. York Times Floyd was from the beginning, trying in his humblest formed show, he was not resisting. I could hear him pleading. Please officer. What's it all four? Minneapolis police have released two hundred thirty. Thirty five pages of highly redacted personnel records for the four officers involved in Floyd's arrest, they show Derek Shaaban the officer now charged with second degree murder had at least seventeen previous misconduct complaints with the department. He was given a notice of suspension, and was also reprimanded for removing a woman from her car. In Two thousand seven Alexander Kyung had been an officer less than six months at the time of Floyd's death prior to joining law enforcement enforcement, the four men held a variety of jobs including working at McDonald's target. Home Depot and service in the United. States army. They now face between ten and forty years in prison. If convicted and Floyd's killing psalms, one is seven. The. Lord is my light and my salvation following the memorial service Reverend Jesse. Jackson paid a visit to the site. We're floyd died

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"freud " Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

14:20 min | 1 year ago

"freud " Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

"Tested the effects of nerve stimulation and by the early eighteen eighties. Even performed the first surgeries to remove brain and spinal tumors in the eighteen eighty s hypnotism was also gaining traction in the Medical World Sharko in particular believed that hypnotism could be used to cure hysteria or an excess Outpouring of emotion Freud who had spent much of his time in Vienna General Hospital working with Theodore minor in his psychiatric clinic. In addition to filling in occasionally occasionally at a local asylum in Vienna was keenly interested in this new form of treatment as such. This became one of the primary factors that turned freud away okay from a career in neurology and towards a career in medical psycho pathology. That's a mouthful human breaking that down. Of course psycho psycho pathology is the scientific study of mental disorders. It seeks to find the root genetic biological social and psychological causes of the disorders orders as well as discovered treatments for them. Let's actually pretty straightforward to say sure but studying it that was a whole other challenge especially in the late nineteenth century. The earliest ideas on what would become psycho. Pathology came from the Greek philosopher. Hippocrates in the three to four hundred B C e hippocrates was among the first to suggest mental disorders were not caused by demonic possession but instead resulted from diseases in the brain after that there wasn't much prominent discourse on the subject until the seventeen hundreds when Geneva philosopher John Jacques Rousseau wrote about how economic pressures would cause causes psychological transformation in both societies and individuals as a reminder. This was nearly two centuries before Freud began studying the subject it was also one of Freud's inspirations he borrowed from Rousseau's ideas and philosophy to form a clinical method of approaching psycho Pathology Ritchie. But Freud couldn't do that with his job at the hospital taking up all his time upon returning from his fellowship in eighteen eighty. Six Ford left his job at Vienna the enemy general hospital and set up his own private practice where he specialized in nervous disorders to clear a nervous disorder simply refers to a neurological disorder. That stems from the nervous system. I E anything from paralysis and seizures to confusion and speech problems Freud combined his is knowledge of medicine with his newfound interest in alternative treatment methods like his mentor. Sharko Freud used hypnosis as a method of treating his patients he he put his patients in a trance to help them recall traumatic experiences. They had forgotten about returned to our story in just a moment and now back to the story. Eighteen eighty six was a big year of changes for Sigmund Freud and not just because of his new new practice nuts right not only was freud's professional life flourishing but so was his romantic one the same year that Freud opened up his clinic when he was thirty he. He married his wife Martha Byrne as they had six children. Matilda Jean Martin. Oliver Ernst Sophie and Anna Freud was especially close to his youngest daughter and she deeply admires her father and felt that she learned more from him than school. Anna would eventually follow although in her father's footsteps and grow up to be a renowned psychologist just like her father. Anna was a troubled child and frequently quarreled with their siblings. Freud believed young young. Anna was especially jealous of her pretty sister Sophie for Diverting Freud's attention away from Anna Herself Anna frequently wrote to her father about her mental health struggles goals and Freud attempted to treat her by having nightly analysis sessions. Six Times a week over the course of four years when Anna was in her mid twenty s he. He analyzed her dreams emotions relationships and memories the to we even talked about her sexual fantasies and masturbation habits to an outsider. This this could be seen as a strange practice but for fraud and Anna. It was a strengthening of their relationship and an affirmation of their individual passion for Psychology Collagen in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven about a year after establishing his clinic. Freud Meta doctor that would become one of his closest friends and intellectual collaborators as as well as providing for a rather interesting side story in the life of Sigmund Freud Wilhelm Fleece was an ear nose and throat specialist. who like Freud was a maverick when it came to medical theories both were outside the mainstream medical bubble and had a keen interest in developing radical new theories on sexuality both also believed in the importance of masturbation the use of condoms? And Coitus interruptus. which were not all widely accepted at the time while Freud White was on track to developing theories on what would become psychoanalysis? Fleece was working on his own theories on human biorhythms which analyzes the physical emotional national and intellectual cycles of man that were bestowed by nature at the time of birth into many of today's psychologists. The theories are nothing more than pseudoscientific ramblings but to Freud. Did they were brilliant. In fact Freud's obsession with fleas surpass that of mere intellectual respect. He himself noted that he added a deep attachment to fleece but flees was not important to Freud. Just as a friend WHO's intellect match Freud's fleeces theories were also pivotal to the Development Freud's own theories on infantile sexuality and bisexuality in fact Freud's first publication of theory of the mind project for a scientific psychology was developed in part through the many conversations Freud and fleece had together on the subject the publication talks about a variety of subjects including how neurons affect human survival drives the psychological origin of hysteria in terms of psychopathology. and how people may repress certain sexual memories yes it became the foundation of Freud's future theories and it wouldn't have been completed without fleece of course all good things must come to an end and for Freud Wade in fleece it was a bitter parting and and characteristic Freud fashion. The story behind their severed relationship was just as interesting as the relationship itself in the early eighteen. Ninety S Freud referred one of his early psychoanalysis patients. Emma Eckstein to fleas used to treat her painful and irregular menstruation. Why did Freud refer a patient with menstruation problems? Too in ear-nose-and-throat doctor you may ask well. Fleece he's had an interesting theory. Believe that the nose and genitals were connected. It was called the nasal genital theory and Freud trusting trusting fleece wholeheartedly sent Eckstein straight to fleeces operating table. The surgery was a disaster. The operation him to remove the middle turban it in her nose which was supposed to help cure her painful ministrations left Eckstein bleeding and permanently disfigured. At first I Freud defended his dear friend stating that fleece was completely without blame. He backed up statement by noting that Eckstein herself was culpable bowl in the disfigurement as her history of self cutting irregular nasal bleeding and irregular menstrual bleeding. Were the primary factors in the surgery. Going Wrong Tom. In fact Freud went as far as to state that X.. Stein's new ailments were so-called wish bleeding. He noted in a letter as far as I know she. The only bought out of longing she has always been Ab- leader cutting herself nosebleeds. She joyously welcomed her severe menstrual bleeding as proof that tillis was genuine when she saw how effective I was by her first hemorrhage she experienced this as the realization to be loved in her illness but That was just his public opinion. Freud himself knew exactly the disaster he and his dear friend flees had created in a letter to Fleece Freud wrote route. We got done her an injustice. She was not at all abnormal. Rather a piece of iota form ause had gotten torn off as you are removing it and stayed in for fourteen days preventing healing at the end tore off and provoked the bleeding by intention to do best for this poor girl was insidiously piteously thwarted and resulted endangering her life. Freud clearly felt guilty over the ordeal Eckstein however was not about to let this tragedy. Tear are her down when I returned to the room. She greeted me with the condescending remark. And I quote so this is the strong sex shockingly the debacle didn't deter Eckstein. Who after the bought surgery continued her psychological treatment with Freud and even went on to practice? Psychoanalysis for self fleece is and Freud's relationship however was not so successful after the incident. Freud would admit that he may have overestimated fleeces medical and theoretical the prowess. Ironically though this was not the incident that severed their relationship for good. It actually came to an end several years later in nineteen. Oh six when Freud refused to endorse one of leases new theories and flees claimed that Freud helped people plagiarized some of his work. However in the years following the mishap tap of Emma Eckstein Freud matured not only in relationships but in medical practice? In fact Freud would grow increasingly selective with his friends as as the years wore on perhaps having learned a lesson from his work with fleas in eighteen ninety six almost a decade after establishing his own practice Freud. Freud began to move away from hypnosis as a method of treatment instead. He came to the conclusion that his patients could be treated and cured by having them talking freely without censorship. This method became what he called Free Association. I feel like I might have read about that. In My high school's Psychology Textbook. That's not not a surprise free association as Freud defined. It was a mental process where a word or image would spur another often unrelated word or image. It was also around this time that he began to analyze his patient's dreams that's right. He looked at his patient's dreams as a way of showing how the unconscious mind worked worked and he was particularly interested in repressed memories Here's with a really interesting stuff starts to pick up in eighteen ninety six when Freud Loyd was forty. His father passed away this induced in Freud a series of disturbing dreams in addition to starting his long lasting bouts of depression of of course in Freudian fashion. He did not let those emotions sit idle instead. He began to analyze both his childhood memories and his new dreams. What he concluded was that he had an unaddressed hostility towards his father that resulted from his jealousy of the affection his mother gave to his now? Deceased father bother if this sounds familiar. It's because this hostility. Towards his father and lust for his mother became the foundation of his infamous theory of the oedipus complex. The oedipus complex was named for the Greek tragedy oedipus where prince by the name of oedipus accidentally fulfills a prophecy. That said he he would kill his father and Mary. His mother bringing calamity in his wake. Freud's oedipus complex though not as dramatic takes its name from the idea. Yeah that children inherently lost after their parent of the opposite sex and as a result hate the other parent for dominating all the attention a remember how. I mentioned the little boy whose fear of horses held a sadistic sexual origin. How could I forget in nineteen o five Max groff a friend of Sigmund Freud informed Freud of concern over what he felt was his son? Herbert unfounded fear in horses. You see Herbert or little Hans. As Freud referred to him in his writings lived near a coach in where horses were passing through constantly. It was common for accidents to occur and Herbert. Even saw one of the horses collapsed and died right in front of him. In modern psychology. It would be common to assume that Herbert's fear had something to do with witnessing the traumatic event of a horse's forces brutal death but of course neither Freud nor Herbert's father. Max believed witnessing such a tragedy. Was the cause of Herbert's fear instead Freud. It gave Mac's guidance on how to analyze and treat his son. Max Eventually concluded that his son had an oedipus complex. The horse represented Max in part because many horses had black muzzles like Max's mustache and in part because horses were well endowed Freud on the other hand believed. Herbert Vert was experiencing anxiety because he was unhappy that his mother was about to give birth to his new little sister. Freud assisted Max intriguing. What he believed saved were the boys natural anxieties about childbirth? Whether or not those treatments actually worked is unknown but when Freud followed up with him at age nineteen little title. Hans was a completely normal adult. Herbert also didn't remember believing horses. Were scary in the first place by this time. Freud had had completely abandoned hypnosis as a curative method and was all in on his new psychological treatment which he now called psycho analysis or another term from the a psychology textbooks he certainly coined a lot of terms didn't he. He certainly did. And for those who need a quick refresher psycho analysis is a method of diagnosing and treating leading mental disorders by investigating the relationship between the conscious and unconscious mind. It relied heavily on Freud's theories of dream interpretation and free the association as we mentioned before it was also around the time of Freud's father's death that Freud began to invest more time into dream analysis in eighteen ninety nine..

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"freud " Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

14:20 min | 1 year ago

"freud " Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

"Tested the effects of nerve stimulation and by the early eighteen eighties. Even performed the first surgeries to remove brain and spinal tumors in the eighteen eighty s hypnotism was also gaining traction in the Medical World Sharko in particular believed that hypnotism could be used to cure hysteria or an excess Outpouring of emotion Freud who had spent much of his time in Vienna General Hospital working with Theodore minor in his psychiatric clinic. In addition to filling in occasionally occasionally at a local asylum in Vienna was keenly interested in this new form of treatment as such. This became one of the primary factors that turned freud away okay from a career in neurology and towards a career in medical psycho pathology. That's a mouthful human breaking that down. Of course psycho psycho pathology is the scientific study of mental disorders. It seeks to find the root genetic biological social and psychological causes of the disorders orders as well as discovered treatments for them. Let's actually pretty straightforward to say sure but studying it that was a whole other challenge especially in the late nineteenth century. The earliest ideas on what would become psycho. Pathology came from the Greek philosopher. Hippocrates in the three to four hundred B C e hippocrates was among the first to suggest mental disorders were not caused by demonic possession but instead resulted from diseases in the brain after that there wasn't much prominent discourse on the subject until the seventeen hundreds when Geneva philosopher John Jacques Rousseau wrote about how economic pressures would cause causes psychological transformation in both societies and individuals as a reminder. This was nearly two centuries before Freud began studying the subject it was also one of Freud's inspirations he borrowed from Rousseau's ideas and philosophy to form a clinical method of approaching psycho Pathology Ritchie. But Freud couldn't do that with his job at the hospital taking up all his time upon returning from his fellowship in eighteen eighty. Six Ford left his job at Vienna the enemy general hospital and set up his own private practice where he specialized in nervous disorders to clear a nervous disorder simply refers to a neurological disorder. That stems from the nervous system. I E anything from paralysis and seizures to confusion and speech problems Freud combined his is knowledge of medicine with his newfound interest in alternative treatment methods like his mentor. Sharko Freud used hypnosis as a method of treating his patients he he put his patients in a trance to help them recall traumatic experiences. They had forgotten about returned to our story in just a moment and now back to the story. Eighteen eighty six was a big year of changes for Sigmund Freud and not just because of his new new practice nuts right not only was freud's professional life flourishing but so was his romantic one the same year that Freud opened up his clinic when he was thirty he. He married his wife Martha Byrne as they had six children. Matilda Jean Martin. Oliver Ernst Sophie and Anna Freud was especially close to his youngest daughter and she deeply admires her father and felt that she learned more from him than school. Anna would eventually follow although in her father's footsteps and grow up to be a renowned psychologist just like her father. Anna was a troubled child and frequently quarreled with their siblings. Freud believed young young. Anna was especially jealous of her pretty sister Sophie for Diverting Freud's attention away from Anna Herself Anna frequently wrote to her father about her mental health struggles goals and Freud attempted to treat her by having nightly analysis sessions. Six Times a week over the course of four years when Anna was in her mid twenty s he. He analyzed her dreams emotions relationships and memories the to we even talked about her sexual fantasies and masturbation habits to an outsider. This this could be seen as a strange practice but for fraud and Anna. It was a strengthening of their relationship and an affirmation of their individual passion for Psychology Collagen in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven about a year after establishing his clinic. Freud Meta doctor that would become one of his closest friends and intellectual collaborators as as well as providing for a rather interesting side story in the life of Sigmund Freud Wilhelm Fleece was an ear nose and throat specialist. who like Freud was a maverick when it came to medical theories both were outside the mainstream medical bubble and had a keen interest in developing radical new theories on sexuality both also believed in the importance of masturbation the use of condoms? And Coitus interruptus. which were not all widely accepted at the time while Freud White was on track to developing theories on what would become psychoanalysis? Fleece was working on his own theories on human biorhythms which analyzes the physical emotional national and intellectual cycles of man that were bestowed by nature at the time of birth into many of today's psychologists. The theories are nothing more than pseudoscientific ramblings but to Freud. Did they were brilliant. In fact Freud's obsession with fleas surpass that of mere intellectual respect. He himself noted that he added a deep attachment to fleece but flees was not important to Freud. Just as a friend WHO's intellect match Freud's fleeces theories were also pivotal to the Development Freud's own theories on infantile sexuality and bisexuality in fact Freud's first publication of theory of the mind project for a scientific psychology was developed in part through the many conversations Freud and fleece had together on the subject the publication talks about a variety of subjects including how neurons affect human survival drives the psychological origin of hysteria in terms of psychopathology. and how people may repress certain sexual memories yes it became the foundation of Freud's future theories and it wouldn't have been completed without fleece of course all good things must come to an end and for Freud Wade in fleece it was a bitter parting and and characteristic Freud fashion. The story behind their severed relationship was just as interesting as the relationship itself in the early eighteen. Ninety S Freud referred one of his early psychoanalysis patients. Emma Eckstein to fleas used to treat her painful and irregular menstruation. Why did Freud refer a patient with menstruation problems? Too in ear-nose-and-throat doctor you may ask well. Fleece he's had an interesting theory. Believe that the nose and genitals were connected. It was called the nasal genital theory and Freud trusting trusting fleece wholeheartedly sent Eckstein straight to fleeces operating table. The surgery was a disaster. The operation him to remove the middle turban it in her nose which was supposed to help cure her painful ministrations left Eckstein bleeding and permanently disfigured. At first I Freud defended his dear friend stating that fleece was completely without blame. He backed up statement by noting that Eckstein herself was culpable bowl in the disfigurement as her history of self cutting irregular nasal bleeding and irregular menstrual bleeding. Were the primary factors in the surgery. Going Wrong Tom. In fact Freud went as far as to state that X.. Stein's new ailments were so-called wish bleeding. He noted in a letter as far as I know she. The only bought out of longing she has always been Ab- leader cutting herself nosebleeds. She joyously welcomed her severe menstrual bleeding as proof that tillis was genuine when she saw how effective I was by her first hemorrhage she experienced this as the realization to be loved in her illness but That was just his public opinion. Freud himself knew exactly the disaster he and his dear friend flees had created in a letter to Fleece Freud wrote route. We got done her an injustice. She was not at all abnormal. Rather a piece of iota form ause had gotten torn off as you are removing it and stayed in for fourteen days preventing healing at the end tore off and provoked the bleeding by intention to do best for this poor girl was insidiously piteously thwarted and resulted endangering her life. Freud clearly felt guilty over the ordeal Eckstein however was not about to let this tragedy. Tear are her down when I returned to the room. She greeted me with the condescending remark. And I quote so this is the strong sex shockingly the debacle didn't deter Eckstein. Who after the bought surgery continued her psychological treatment with Freud and even went on to practice? Psychoanalysis for self fleece is and Freud's relationship however was not so successful after the incident. Freud would admit that he may have overestimated fleeces medical and theoretical the prowess. Ironically though this was not the incident that severed their relationship for good. It actually came to an end several years later in nineteen. Oh six when Freud refused to endorse one of leases new theories and flees claimed that Freud helped people plagiarized some of his work. However in the years following the mishap tap of Emma Eckstein Freud matured not only in relationships but in medical practice? In fact Freud would grow increasingly selective with his friends as as the years wore on perhaps having learned a lesson from his work with fleas in eighteen ninety six almost a decade after establishing his own practice Freud. Freud began to move away from hypnosis as a method of treatment instead. He came to the conclusion that his patients could be treated and cured by having them talking freely without censorship. This method became what he called Free Association. I feel like I might have read about that. In My high school's Psychology Textbook. That's not not a surprise free association as Freud defined. It was a mental process where a word or image would spur another often unrelated word or image. It was also around this time that he began to analyze his patient's dreams that's right. He looked at his patient's dreams as a way of showing how the unconscious mind worked worked and he was particularly interested in repressed memories Here's with a really interesting stuff starts to pick up in eighteen ninety six when Freud Loyd was forty. His father passed away this induced in Freud a series of disturbing dreams in addition to starting his long lasting bouts of depression of of course in Freudian fashion. He did not let those emotions sit idle instead. He began to analyze both his childhood memories and his new dreams. What he concluded was that he had an unaddressed hostility towards his father that resulted from his jealousy of the affection his mother gave to his now? Deceased father bother if this sounds familiar. It's because this hostility. Towards his father and lust for his mother became the foundation of his infamous theory of the oedipus complex. The oedipus complex was named for the Greek tragedy oedipus where prince by the name of oedipus accidentally fulfills a prophecy. That said he he would kill his father and Mary. His mother bringing calamity in his wake. Freud's oedipus complex though not as dramatic takes its name from the idea. Yeah that children inherently lost after their parent of the opposite sex and as a result hate the other parent for dominating all the attention a remember how. I mentioned the little boy whose fear of horses held a sadistic sexual origin. How could I forget in nineteen o five Max groff a friend of Sigmund Freud informed Freud of concern over what he felt was his son? Herbert unfounded fear in horses. You see Herbert or little Hans. As Freud referred to him in his writings lived near a coach in where horses were passing through constantly. It was common for accidents to occur and Herbert. Even saw one of the horses collapsed and died right in front of him. In modern psychology. It would be common to assume that Herbert's fear had something to do with witnessing the traumatic event of a horse's forces brutal death but of course neither Freud nor Herbert's father. Max believed witnessing such a tragedy. Was the cause of Herbert's fear instead Freud. It gave Mac's guidance on how to analyze and treat his son. Max Eventually concluded that his son had an oedipus complex. The horse represented Max in part because many horses had black muzzles like Max's mustache and in part because horses were well endowed Freud on the other hand believed. Herbert Vert was experiencing anxiety because he was unhappy that his mother was about to give birth to his new little sister. Freud assisted Max intriguing. What he believed saved were the boys natural anxieties about childbirth? Whether or not those treatments actually worked is unknown but when Freud followed up with him at age nineteen little title. Hans was a completely normal adult. Herbert also didn't remember believing horses. Were scary in the first place by this time. Freud had had completely abandoned hypnosis as a curative method and was all in on his new psychological treatment which he now called psycho analysis or another term from the a psychology textbooks he certainly coined a lot of terms didn't he. He certainly did. And for those who need a quick refresher psycho analysis is a method of diagnosing and treating leading mental disorders by investigating the relationship between the conscious and unconscious mind. It relied heavily on Freud's theories of dream interpretation and free the association as we mentioned before it was also around the time of Freud's father's death that Freud began to invest more time into dream analysis in eighteen ninety nine..

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"freud " Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

Your Brain on Facts

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"freud " Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

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"freud " Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

Your Brain on Facts

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"freud " Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"Fusion of psychoanalysis and knows dock. Offering. Fleiss believed that changes inside the nose were directly related to the genitals. And that this was especially observable in menstruating women in whom he would sometimes cauterize the nasal passages or remove part of the nasal bones. The stop excessive menstruation since nasal passage changes were observable in both sexes. According to Fleiss that was consistent with our by sexual constitution. Freud and Fleiss eventually had a falling out. When Fleiss began to insist that Freud had stolen his ideas about innate bisexuality, which he had confided to Freud, but not yet published sometime after the relationship ended for explained in letters to a friend that Fleiss influence over him had been a manifestation of Freud's own latent homosexual longing, which he had managed to overcome. Unlike paranoid people interestingly for later encountered, a similar problem in his relationship with Carl young. It seems like Sigmund Freud never met a treatment. He didn't like he practiced electrotherapy for at least two years though. He claimed to have soon realized it was a placebo, and if promptly stopped using it he sent patients to spas for immobility and fattening regimens he prescribed hydrotherapy. He steered patients to a gynecologist who treated his Cyril women with surgical procedures like hysterectomies and could her addicted. He's he put patients in needless jeopardy acting on impulsive sometimes fatal misjudgements for its pattern of patient treatment showed that he interpreted transient symptomatic improvements as cures and failed to do any follow up. If you looked a little better you were on your own in the first two years of his practice. He was preoccupied with the rank and status of his patients, he came to specialize in one particular disease. As of the rich hysteria, which could never be cured, then which generated a continuous stream of income. When some of his historic patients were subsequently shown to have organic diseases. He still maintained that hysteria was part of the clinical picture. He never admitted being wrong in one case saying that while his diagnosis had not been correct. It had not been incorrect. Either a prime example of this behavior is the case of Anna o one of the foundational cases of psychoanalysis the prototype for the cathartic, cure Freud and colleague Joseph Breuer claimed that Anna o had recovered after treatment. When in fact, she had gotten worse to the point of needing to be hospitalized after leaving psychoanalytical treatment, Anna improved on her own and eventually led a successful life as an activist opposing the sex trade. Freud claimed that her activism was a manifestation of her unconsciously wanting to prevent her mother from having sex with her father, it's entirely possible. That Anna oh didn't even have a psychiatric illness, but rather a physical neurological one and many of her most troubling symptoms were caused by the morphine addiction that came along with her treatment..

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"freud " Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

Your Brain on Facts

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"freud " Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"Fusion of psychoanalysis and knows dock. Offering. Fleiss believed that changes inside the nose were directly related to the genitals. And that this was especially observable in menstruating women in whom he would sometimes cauterize the nasal passages or remove part of the nasal bones. The stop excessive menstruation since nasal passage changes were observable in both sexes. According to Fleiss that was consistent with our by sexual constitution. Freud and Fleiss eventually had a falling out. When Fleiss began to insist that Freud had stolen his ideas about innate bisexuality, which he had confided to Freud, but not yet published sometime after the relationship ended for explained in letters to a friend that Fleiss influence over him had been a manifestation of Freud's own latent homosexual longing, which he had managed to overcome. Unlike paranoid people interestingly for later encountered, a similar problem in his relationship with Carl young. It seems like Sigmund Freud never met a treatment. He didn't like he practiced electrotherapy for at least two years though. He claimed to have soon realized it was a placebo, and if promptly stopped using it he sent patients to spas for immobility and fattening regimens he prescribed hydrotherapy. He steered patients to a gynecologist who treated his Cyril women with surgical procedures like hysterectomies and could her addicted. He's he put patients in needless jeopardy acting on impulsive sometimes fatal misjudgements for its pattern of patient treatment showed that he interpreted transient symptomatic improvements as cures and failed to do any follow up. If you looked a little better you were on your own in the first two years of his practice. He was preoccupied with the rank and status of his patients, he came to specialize in one particular disease. As of the rich hysteria, which could never be cured, then which generated a continuous stream of income. When some of his historic patients were subsequently shown to have organic diseases. He still maintained that hysteria was part of the clinical picture. He never admitted being wrong in one case saying that while his diagnosis had not been correct. It had not been incorrect. Either a prime example of this behavior is the case of Anna o one of the foundational cases of psychoanalysis the prototype for the cathartic, cure Freud and colleague Joseph Breuer claimed that Anna o had recovered after treatment. When in fact, she had gotten worse to the point of needing to be hospitalized after leaving psychoanalytical treatment, Anna improved on her own and eventually led a successful life as an activist opposing the sex trade. Freud claimed that her activism was a manifestation of her unconsciously wanting to prevent her mother from having sex with her father, it's entirely possible. That Anna oh didn't even have a psychiatric illness, but rather a physical neurological one and many of her most troubling symptoms were caused by the morphine addiction that came along with her treatment..

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"freud " Discussed on The Fundamentalists

The Fundamentalists

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"freud " Discussed on The Fundamentalists

"So in for the calm and freud in these kind of thinkers the ideas actually the distinctions more complicated dot in appearance there is an essence which means that the truth of who we are is in our appearance it's not that there's the truth behind the appearance in reality we're just creatures onnell's or say play about him and then we have this allusion that we give ourselves to is that are found the seas on our way of presenting ourselves in the world while as type of appearance embodies some truth by their deepest desires fears on what it means to be a human in fact what it means to be what it means to exist which is kind of this is why freud said the truth is always spoken right that whenever people are speaking they're always telling you something not consciously but but in their appearance and what in high they has a hesitated it in the words that they use the mistakes they make their something true about what what it is to be something tree of their desires so all of this is coming to the point of saying that i think the the issue is the truth is an artist is not mimicking nature a good artist is bringing the essence that is with a niche jesus is on or someone good artists is when they whenever they draw pool they're not just mimicking so if you've ever seen an artist he literally just mimics nature it's boring the art is terrible but a great artist in some high in the in the appearance brings something essential yeah i was thinking about this with discussion i was having with a guy about star wars and we were talking about he was he was discussing star wars from an angle of like what it's doing to culture and sort of like how there's such a stark dichotomy between the good guys and the bad guys and star wars and you know the only way you know who abaga is in star wars is is that they're dressed in all black and that they're you know menacinglooking and the good guys these these you know they're dressed in beige is in lighter colors whites and all that and.

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"freud " Discussed on James MacDonald Podcast

James MacDonald Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"freud " Discussed on James MacDonald Podcast

"Word today's message is all about personal transformation god's way and let's pick up with the second point faulty met the number two here it is change by digging up my past change this is so popular this is everywhere change by digging up my past it's called psychoanalysis psychoanalysis name the austrian physician who popularised psychoanalysis ready go correct nice sigmund freud all right and what he believed was the human behavior is determined by powerful inner forces here it is most of which are buried in your subconscious and freud's idea was the concept that we force from our conscious mines awareness of any thoughts or needs or experiences which are unacceptable to us or to others we we push it down we suppress it we bury it if you've been and if you and i don't judge you for this and anyway but if you've been for psychoanalysis or psychotherapy by the way any good counsellor ought to hear your story anna any loving biblical council ought to ask you what's happened in your life but it's the drilling and the deep deep digging and what happened in its back there and we gotta find it you may not even know what you may not even remember it but some where back there if you're struggling in the present there's something dark there's something dastardly there's something deep it's in your past you better find it if you don't you can't change that's just wrong.

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"freud " Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"freud " Discussed on Historical Figures

"Asian of his paper entitled the ego and the id freud laid out three new labels for the structure of the mind at the top with a conscious mind watt was the superego aka a person's morality according to freud the superego developed during childhood and allowed a person to develop moral standards essentially it's where a person's stores there socially acceptable learned manners hanging out in the middle with the pre conscious was the second layer the ego or reality the egos job was to use the learn skills from the superego to safely satisfy the needs of the bottom layer the id the id or the instincts was at the bottom swimming in the depths where the unconscious mind slapped in latin is literally means it not to be confused with pennywise the clown the aid was the instinct ual force that drove a person it was the only personality freud believed that was present in some one at birth freud further broke down the id into two more parts aeros which contain the libido or sexual drive in thanatos which name for the greek demon of death contain the quote death drive this is perhaps one of the more confusing of freud's concepts to understand but it basically coupled the animalistic survival skills that humans have with the drive to engage in risky acts that could lead to once death freud said this was part of a humans innate desire to return to the in organic state from whence they came on kebir morbid well for it certainly wasn't one to shy away from more radical concepts but it was exactly that radical thinking that gave him so much critical acclaim in fact in 1930 freud was awarded the gert a prize for his contributions to the field of psychology and german literary culture it was a prestigious award that matched nicely with his title of professor ordinary us which he received a decade earlier in '19 '20 a tie.

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"freud " Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"freud " Discussed on Historical Figures

"Freud however did take dosages advice to have the growth removed and sought treatment from rhino logist marcus hayek why he went to hayek was mysterious considering freud had apparently previously questioned the right knowledge is competency in his field nonetheless hayek performed the surgery and botched it just like emma ex dine freud started bleeding during and after the operation perhaps narrowly escaping death from bleeding out and just like extra time forwards life did not end on the operating table again he returned to his doctor deutch who realized further surgery would be necessary yet deutsche still refused to tell freud he had cancer even made freud's friends and fellow doctors promised not to tell freud about the cancer that isn't to say that he wasn't aware there was some problem with his jaw after all he was in constant pain and even began to lose his ability to speak eloquently he had a prosthetic device inserted in his mouth after several draw surgeries but freud's inability to speak clearly did not mar his ability to write and think in fact the same year marcus hayek perform josh surgery on him freud published a paper featuring the concept that would become perhaps his most famous theory that is the theory of the aid ego and superego if you remember back in eighteen ninety nine freud published the interpretation of dreams in which he suggested the existence of the unconscious over the following years he would shape this into a threelayer structure of mental organization the conscious the pre conscious and the unconscious on the conscious mon consisted of thoughts that were currently on one's mind the pre conscious was anything someone could conjure up from their memory banks and the unconscious which freud saw as the most significant of the three was the part of the mind you couldn't see it contained the primitive desires and impulses a person wasn't aware they had and it was also the lock lockedbox for what floyd called repressed memories this theory of the unconscious and repression became the mainstay for freud's clinical studies through the years freud continue to develop his theory eventually coming to a more concrete model of the mind with the public.

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"freud " Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"freud " Discussed on Historical Figures

"Become a key launching point for freud's movement in nineteen '09 about a year after the first international psychoanalytic congress freud was invited to clark university to give five lectures and psychoanalysis who was awarded an honorary doctorate for his lectures which became the first public recognition of his work and begin to attract media interest it was also at these lectures that freud met psychiatrist james jackson putnam a harvard university professor who took a keen interest in freud's work putnam invited freud to country retreat where they spent four days excitedly discussing psychoanalysis and its place in treating illness which resulted in putnam publicly endorsing freud's work this represented a breakthrough for the psychoanalytic movement in the us and eventually led to the creation of the american psychoanalytic association several years later in 1911 meanwhile the official international psychoanalytic move meant was starting to take form in nineteen ten the international association of psychoanalyst's or the ipa was born it sprung from the international psychoanalytic congress a few years earlier and established carl young the psychologist who had visited freud's wednesday group and was inspired to create his own as the president of the association with fridge approval of course the ipa his goal was to promote and encourage the advancement of psychoanalysis as a profession the organization also strove to shield the public from own trained in quack psychologists by establishing standards for professional training in psychoanalysis as well as creating a credentials system for those who completed said training in addition the ipa encourage the foundation of a variety of new psychoanalysis focus journal's including one called the your book which karl young himself edited the result of the ipa was a swelling of new training.

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"freud " Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"freud " Discussed on Historical Figures

"By this time freud had completely abandoned hypnosis as a curative method and was all in on his new psychological treatment which he now called psychoanalysis or another term from the psychology textbooks he certainly coined a lot of terms did me he certainly did and for those who need a quick refresher psychoanalysis is a method of diagnosing entreating mental disorders by investigating the relationship between the conscious and unconscious mind it relied heavily on freud's theories of dream interpretation and free association as we mentioned before it was also around the time of forwards father's death that ford began to invest more time into dream analysis in eighteen ninety nine he published the interpretation of dreams in which he analysed existing dream theories in addition to interpreting the dreams of several of his patients for its theory basically said that all the thoughts and events of everyday life stayed in a person's mind even if they couldn't actively remember those thoughts and events which were then processed in the form of dreams he treated the dreams as wish fulfilment or a means of satisfying a desire that could not be satisfied in real life basically he believed dreams were a window into the primal desires of man he also explained his theory of how the mind is organized in particular he focused in on the division between the conscious and unconscious mind this eventually formed his famous id ego and superego theory of course the idea of the unconscious was not original to freud in fact several psychologists in the 1890s had referred to the unconscious and subconscious in their works and there was even a book published by philosopher edward vaughan hartmann in eighteen sixty nine long before freud's ideas on psychoanalysis entitled philosophy of the unconscious regardless freud used the idea of the unconscious mind to dig up the root of his patients.

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"freud " Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"freud " Discussed on Historical Figures

"In nineteen of five max groff a friend of sigmund freud informed freud of his concern over what he felt was his son herbert's unfounded fear in horses you see herbert or at little hands as freud referred to him in his writings lived near a coach in where horses were passing through constantly it was common for accidents to occur and herbert even saw one of the horses collapse and diet right in front of him in modern psychology it would be common to assume that herbert sphere had something to do with witnessing the traumatic event of a horses brutal death but of course neither freud nor herbert's father max believed it witnessing such a tragedy was the cause of herbert sphere instead freud gave max guidance on how to analyse and treat his son max eventually concluded that his son had an oedipus complex the horse represented macs in part because many horses head black muzzles like max his mustache and in part because horses were well endowed freud on the other hand believed herbert was experiencing anxiety because he was unhappy that his mother was about to give birth to his new little sister freud assisted mackson treating what he believed were the boy's natural anxieties about childbirth whether or not those treatments actually worked is unknown but when freud followed up with him at age nineteen little hands as a completely normal adult herbert also didn't remember believing horses were scary in the first place.

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"freud " Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"freud " Discussed on Historical Figures

"Fake psychology was developed in part through the many conversations freud and fleece had together on the subject the publication talks about a variety of subjects including how neurons affect human survival drives the psychological origin of hysteria and terms of cycle pathology and how people may repress certain sexual memories it became the foundation of freud's future theories and it wouldn't have been completed without fleece of course all good things must come to an end and for freud and fleece it was a bitter parting and and characteristic freud fashion the story behind their severed relationship was just as interesting as the relationship itself in the early 1890s freud referred one of his early psychoanalysis patients and the extra line to fleece to treat her painful and irregular menstruation why did freud refer a patient with menstruation problems to in earnoseandthroat dr you may ask wealth fleece had an interesting theory he believed that the nose and genitals were connected it was called the nasal genital theory and freud trusting fleece wholeheartedly sent extra line straight to fleeces operating table the surgery was a disaster the operation to remove the middle turban it in her nose which was supposed to help cure her painful menstruation left x dine bleeding and permanently disfigured at first freud defended his dear friend stating that fleece was completely without blame he backed up his statement by noting that acts dine herself was culpable in the disfigurement as her history of self cutting irregular nasal bleeding and a regular menstrual bleeding were the primary factors in the surgery going wrong in fact freud went as far as to state that x tignes new ailments where socalled wish bleeding as he noted in a letter as far as i know she only blood out of longing she has always been a leader cutting a self nose bleeds she joyfully welcome to severe menstrual bleeding as proof that her illness was genuine when she saw how effect that i was by her first hemorrhage.

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"freud " Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"freud " Discussed on Historical Figures

"Struggles and freud attempted to treat her by having nightly analysis sessions six times a week over the course of four years when anna was in her midtwenties he analysed her dreams emotions relationships and memories the to even talked about her sexual fantasies and masturbation habits to an outsider moves could be seen as a strange practice but for freud an ana it was a strengthening of their relationship and an affirmation of their individual passion for psychology in 1887 about a year after establishing his clinic freud met doctor that would become one of his closest friends and intellectual collaborators as well as providing for a rather interesting side story in the life of sigmund freud wilhelm fleece was an ear nose and throat specialist who like freud was a maverick when it came to medical theories both were outside the mainstream medical bubble and had a keen interest in developing radical new theories on sexuality lady both also believed in the importance of masturbation the use of condoms and coitus interruptus which were not all widely accepted at the time while fried was on track to developing theories on what would become psychoanalysis fleece was working on his own theories on human biorhythms which analyzes the physical emotional and intellectual cycles of man that were bestowed by nature at the time of birth to many of today's psychologists the theories are nothing more than pseudoscientific ramblings but to freud did they were brilliant in fact freud's obsession with fleece surpassed that of mere intellectual respect himself noted that he had a deep attachment to fleece fleece was not important freud just as a friend who's intellect match freud's fleeces theories were also pivotal to the development of freud's own theories on infantile sexuality and by sexuality in fact freud's first publication of the theory of the mind project for a science.

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"freud " Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"freud " Discussed on Historical Figures

"Before we get started with today's episode we wanted to thank you for supporting historical figures your support allows us to do what we love historical figures will be taking a twoweek break to celebrate the holidays we will not be releasing new episodes on december twenty seven or january third but we will be back weekly on january tenth with an episode on the right brothers in the meantime we wish you all happy holidays and we hope you enjoyed the new year park asked is excited to make 2018 our best year yet our goal is simple we want to create the best listener experience for you as possible none of this would be possible without you from the bottom of our hearts thank you i started my professional activity as a knowledge is trying to bring relief to mind erotic patients under the influence of an older friend and by my own efforts but discovered some important new facts about the unconscious in psychic life the role of instincts will urges and so on other these findings grew a new science psychoanalysis parts of psychology and a new method of treatment of the neuro seems i had to pay heavily for this bit of good luck people did not believe in my fax and thought my theories unsavory resistance will strong and the unrelenting in the end a succeeded in acquiring pupils and building up an international psychoanalytic association but the struggle is not yet over these were some of the final words uttered by the critically acclaimed psychologist sigmund freud through his years freud published dozens of famous papers stirred up controversy among experts in this field and created the idea of psychoanalysis he was certainly prolific in the field of psychology but what about the man himself how did you get his start and what did he do in between writing radical papers and treating patients and whatever happened to him after he published his final work.

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"freud " Discussed on New York Times - The Book Review

New York Times - The Book Review

02:30 min | 4 years ago

"freud " Discussed on New York Times - The Book Review

"I think particularly in an era when ego is so flagrantly on display at when narcissism is so extravagantly expressed it's good to remember that there are these depths that complicate our self presentation what crews dozen this book it sounds like is not just critique or attack for aids ideas but also serve goes after him on a human level and your review you say here we have freud the liar cheat incestuous child molester woman a hater moneyworship or chronic plagiarise are and all around nasty nut job it's pretty relentless cruise spends an inordinate amount of time on going over the story of freud's probable affair with his sisterinlaw meena i'm this is something that has now been public knowledge for decades that this probably occurred but there's something oddly prudish and inconsistent about what he does with this for one thing in one of the i think incorrect aspects of this book is cruises suggestion that freud was a true misogynist a deep misogynist in many many ways in which what freud did in terms of recognising female desires equal in significance to mailed is that i for example were were liberating for women but on the one hand he suggests that freud was constantly hostile to women and then he also says that in this affair in fact meena became a kind of emu's and influenced freud theoretically at many different stages in his own development and so i don't know why her status as a female means less than that of other women crews also says that the ways in which freud attacked the repressive morality of his age which was really a problem an and one thing that i write about is that the book makes it sound a bit as though human understanding of sexuality and of the essential universality desire was just growing enlarging just fine before freud came along and sort of made us all subject to his own strange obsessions this wasn't the case and you don't have to read very far in early 20th century literature lawyer 19th century literature to understand the the crippling effects of the social morris of the time.

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