17 Burst results for "Sokaiya Tree"

"sokaiya tree" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"sokaiya tree" Discussed on KTOK

"Music bar killing twelve people including a veteran sheriff's sergeant nearing retirement. Authorities believed that Ian, David long eventually turned the gun on himself. But did not do it before the twenty eight year old dressed in all black terrorized a crowd filled with college students at the border line bar and grill in Thousand Oaks, California longs body was founded in office near the entrance of the bar. He had been a marine he had been in Afghanistan. And there are some that say he suffered from PTSD Dr Peter Brennan our residents psychiatrists with us. Peter, of course, obviously was not a patient of yours. So it's difficult to analyse. But if you could tell us a little bit about the dangers of PTSD. Oh, well, everybody who goes through the through those wards zone has PTSD. And frankly, the greatest danger being a veteran with PTSD is how you get treated by the VA because they would load those men up with all kinds of drugs. They would give them drugs that that didn't even have remote indications for being useful. They'd get him on four and five drugs. I don't know if that happened to him what we hear is that he didn't want treatment that may mean that he had had some bad treatment. So that's a blank right now. What we do know is that once again, my profession of mental health psychiatry. I'm a psychiatrist failed because an eight, bro. Neighbors complaining about how angrily he was shouting his mother, and they sent mentally ill people in and that's just earlier this year. And they they decided that he was not dangerous and they could not commit him certify him under the law. So the reliance on sokaiya tree is not working. We've going to have to find other ways and funding more psychiatry, and I think we're reaching the point now that we're we're really in a sort of this national trauma.

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"sokaiya tree" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"sokaiya tree" Discussed on Channel 33

"Never witnessed in a woman of her size that is particularly fascinating in the film the the amount of men that have to hold her down and it was strongman yeah couple were priest three were not one was her big burly boyfriend was holding her legs in that seat and i thought what what is she doing here and then in the course of her ninth extra schism these symptoms came william peter blatty invented the idea that we all think of as extra schism and possession today people know little to nothing about it blatty invented it in his novel which he try started out to try to write as nonfiction but he could get no information from the church rightly so so he wrote it as fiction but i had i screen this film for several sokaiya trees some the leading sokaiya trysts in this country tour the editors of the dsm foreign five which is the manuals of psychiatry sokaiya tree now recognizes demonic possession it's called dissociate identity disorder demonic possession if someone believes they're possessed and they see a psychiatrist who is legit chitimia they will have an exorcist present along with their therapy and medication but i had to sokaiya trysts say to me after i showed them my film of the exorcist him well it looks to be authentic but she doesn't seem to have the classic symptoms which you more or less invented in your film i said dr what are the classic symptoms and they said well her head isn't spinning and she's not levitating whereas the p soup yeah it was out mail about meal's gives me he soup for colored but i said dr wheat we invented that i've never heard of that they're only two reported cases of exercises them that are legitimate in the twentieth century one was the nineteen forty nine case reports of which inspired blatty the other was a case in nineteen twenty to a woman in erling isla a young woman ea i l i g they've been reported and you know they.

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"sokaiya tree" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

The Upgrade by Lifehacker

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"sokaiya tree" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

"And then i i as i learned more about western psychology western sokaiya tree i was always looking at it through the filter of the prism of what i had learned already about buddhism so then it's been my work since then to try to bring those two worlds together you senior back advice not given that you were hesitant to bring buddhism interior psychotherapy act s why is that when i started my psychotherapy practice and i've been doing private practice for you know thirty odd years now i didn't wanna be in the position of laying a buddhist or any spiritual or any kind of religious trip on my patients many of whom had no interest in that weren't coming for that i decided to keep the buddhism within myself unless someone explicitly wanted to know about it and to function like a regular therapist which meant i could deploy the attention that i had learned how to cultivate and in meditation and so on in my listening but i the for instance rarely would teach someone in the office to meditate i wouldn't lead with a um a buddhist point of view and it wasn't until nine years ago when my own father died after coming down with brain cancer the same kind of brain cancer that ted ted kennedy and john mccain both were diagnosed with um when my father was diagnosed with cancer he was a an academic physician he worked at yale and then he was chairman of the department of medicine at harvard he was very proud of me that i'd gone to medical school and wrote these books but he was never interested and the meditation and buddhism in any kind of spiritual thing and so i never talked to him about it until he came down with the cancer and i remember i was sitting in my own office thinking about him and i realized you know we've never talked about this and they do teach a law in buddhism about what to do with your mind when you're dying and i thought you know if i don't try to talk to my dad about this you know maybe i'm depriving him of uh the benefit of the doubt you know um so i called him on the phone and i kind of uh with a little bit of trepidation uh and said to him you know we've never talked about this.

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"sokaiya tree" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"sokaiya tree" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"That provides a nocturnal soothing balm that takes the sharp edges of painful emotional experiences and it rebalance is the emotional circuitry in the brain and in fact we have not been able to discover a single psychiatric condition in which sleep is normal so i think sleep as a profound story to tell in our understanding of treatment at altamonte the prevention of grave mental illness now one of the places that we see a very strong relationship is in depression both in major depression which is where people come into phases of sort of feeling normal and feeling very down and depressed and then feeling normal again and also in bipolar disorder what people used to call manic depression were you'd have these phases of sort of being stable and then you'd have these wild manic phase is were everthing looks great and very enthusiastic to then very deep depressions as a result we know the evidence is actually causal because often what happens before a phase of mania is that sleep becomes disrupted people start to sleep last it seems to be a warning beacon within the brain that there is a mania event that is about to happen we also know that you can trigger a manic phase by way of depriving people of sleep there was a study done in italy which i think ethically you could argue is conspicuous and they took people who were suffering from bipolar but who were in a stable state and they deprive them of sleep and they triggered an onset of mania in those patients so a lack of sleep is a causal trigger it's not simply associational and i think sokaiya tree as often thought yes sleep loss sore seek disruption in psychiatric disorders go handinhand but it's the psychiatric condition that is causing the sleep problems now i think we have to realise that.

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"sokaiya tree" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sokaiya tree" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"With that provider if it doesn't you are a strong advocate in the for somebody else yes exactly talk to me for a couple minutes please about omega3s and anxiety and medication use in children with anxiety you know omega3s have been utilized in medicine for a long time primarily starting with cardiology and lowering triglycerides they been used in sokaiya tree and brain areas the largest body of data looks at helping with mood and mood disorders the second largest body of data looks at helping with adhd and then there is more anecdotal and less large amounts of data looking at anxiety but i think it pows anecdotal evidence in it's very benign if you go beyond that and talk about medicines people have vast different perspectives about medicines and if you look at hard data seventy percent of kids give or take who go through good cognitive be april therapy can be treated with that without additional medicines but then there is that you know significant minority who have more severe anxiety or forever reason their anxiety just doesn't respond to cognitive behavioral therapy in the lifestyle approaches that we talked about and then medicines can be fun nominally helpful and the medicines of first choice when you look about or look at all link societies or a group of medicines called ssris and that stands for selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and are a type of medicine that is classified as antidepressants and they do help depression but if you look at data in kids they're even more effective in treating anxiety and there's a number of those that have been wellstudied and as one part of a comprehensive treatment program can be phenomenally helpful because i know you know it's it's a lot it's hard for a lot of parents to thank god i don't wanna you know over medicate my children and you see that fear and parents and i see that fear and pay.

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"sokaiya tree" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"sokaiya tree" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"And we are back and i am privileged to welcome a friend of mine and uh someone who is an expert uh so sit tight you want to hear about this dr todd hadn't welcome targeting you good to see you can true dr hutton is a boardcertified sokaiya tra's fell the american executive association these associate clinical professor sky the us he kicked school of medicine where he teaches residents in sokaiya tree we've known each other for years and years and years at fat twenty five islamic 25 years don'ts that scares me the frightens me dutch threatens twitter handles at dr todd hutton h e t t o n and the website pertinent to the some of the treatment talking about here is so cal t m s dot com soca yelled tms dot com let's just get right into a what is tms well case team s sanskrit trans cranial magnetic stimulation so they break that down trans cranium unit crusher cream crusher skull magic the magnet that goes across your brain skull nedic in their brain and stimulates were stimulating the brain and the thing about it is so as a psychiatrist at you'll have therapy do a lot of prescribing of farm o'clock pharmacology we'd have another tool a way to stimulate the brain to treat depression and potentially a lot of other things so the way i think about it how do you you know wireless charging all the rage yes how does that happen magnet exactly yet more people the people have not studied electric curie of physics of of electrons is that magnets craig currants they move electrons forward and your brain has a certain amount of which chemical qualities to it so the magnet causes current the break right and we look at it when with so magnetism electricity for the two sides of the same quaint you can turn electricity into a magnetic pulse and magnetism goes straight through things so go straight through your skull unimpeded unlike electricity and then it gets converted back into electricity and the neurons nurse in.

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"sokaiya tree" Discussed on The MILO Show

The MILO Show

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"sokaiya tree" Discussed on The MILO Show

"Was the milers show i think we're we're done we if we if we if we have fixed civilization that's it that's or a element we have i wanna move on to something related which is controversial but i want to hear your opinions on it and it is not as silly as it first sans science suggests that there is there is a connection between people who identify with leftwing political positions and people who are mentally ill that is to say subject to depression and bipolar disorder now let me unpack that for you we air many people will will many people have the instinct the feeling and i am one of those people that very often very farleft activist and probably activists in general particularly the the fall f social engineering activists are driven by their own darkness by personal damage and certainly that seems to be the case with male feminists as these ends ari and kevin speight all these people are driven maybe driven by their own demons to aggressively publicly proclaimed their own virtue wall behind the scenes exploring their own darkness but all the elias these in lunatics will brand the host from the virginia commonwealth university department of sokaiya tree has a new study and he says that left wing has all more likely to suffer from mental illness but he's very important is very keen to point out the correlation is not caused it's a subtle link so he says in the abstract quote the assumption in the personality in politics literature is that a person's personality motivates them to develop certain political attitudes later in life this is sumptiousness founded on the simple correlation between the two construct and the observation that personality traits on genetically influenced and developing infancy whereas political preferences developed later in life working psychology behavioral genetics and recently political science however has demonstrated that political preferences also developed in childhood and are equally influenced by genetic factors the left is going to hate this stuff these findings cast doubt on the assumed causal relationship.

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"sokaiya tree" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"sokaiya tree" Discussed on WRVA

"It's their uh their message on fix dave could you explain it i missed some of the with what is question why i apologize i'm i'm having a hard time here in you as well judged you can a in in and out on me oh okay i'm sorry maybe better equipment out back a little bit of a heavy any experience with people using el for race to get off the prodi called that's it though on the sign up by all these uh government clinics across the country see wanna know us if by altering the alpha that will help with an addiction issues to methadone yeah uh and chris hold jon thank you for your question they are l waves not alpha rays which talk about alpha waves which are electrical oscillations plus and minus occurring in the brain between eight cycles per second and thirteen cycles per second those are alpha waves and we do not do specifically addiction research but in the course of training people for other reasons we've had people come in who have addictions to various things including drugs including workaholic some including sex addictions and the thing is that when you train your brain waves you achieve a freedom that you've never had before most people use drugs for one or two reasons to get high have a nice experience or to block out unpleasant experiences well if you have control is your brain waves in you've done the forgiveness process then you have complete access to the high states that most people use drugs to achieve and in the forgiveness process you can go in and bring up the painful memories the traumas and do forgiveness on them and letting go and so you can become free of that of famous uh psychiatrist dr david hawkins uh has a book called um letting go the pathway of surrender i highly recommend it and he was a psychiatrist i think the biggest practice in america and then he got into teaching letting go and surrender and he says that psychiatry and living go have different objectives in sokaiya tree there's no thought of achieving liberation of the seoul or getting rid of the ego you just want to reduce the.

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"sokaiya tree" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"sokaiya tree" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In our understanding of treatment and ultimately our prevention of grave mental illness now one of the places that we see a very strong relationship is in depression both in major depression which is where people come into phases of sort of feeling normal and feeling very down and depressed and then feeling normal again and and also in bipolar disorder what people used to call manicdepression where you'd have these phases of sort of being stable and then you'd have these wild manic phase is were everthing looks gradin very enthusiastic to them very deep depressions as a result we know the evidence is actually causal because often what happens before a phase of mania is that sleep becomes disrupted people start to sleep blacks it seems to be a warning beacon within the brain that there is a mania event that is about to happen we also know that you can trigger a manic phase by way of depriving people have sleepers us that he done in italy which i think ethically you could argue is conspicuous and they took people who were suffering from bipolar but who were in a stable state and they deprive them of snow and they triggered an onset of mania in those patients so a lack of sleep is a causal trigger it's not simply associational and i think sokaiya tree as often thought yes sleep loss sore seek disruption in psychiatric disorders go handinhand but it's the psychiatric condition that is causing the sleep problems now i think we have to realise that it's a very different story it is a two way street it's bidirectional and if anything perhaps the traffic is flowing more in the direction of a lack of sleep instigating psychiatric problems but it's definitely twoway trade information so here's a timely question.

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"sokaiya tree" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"sokaiya tree" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The the silent error he was actually a full service hospital yeah and and it was a museum of sokaiya tree i mean i this guy just that have been there for fifty years i talked to and i actually taking care of patients there were subjected to all kinds of ridiculous treatments in the era of cycles that please well do he was just a museum was just an oldfashioned place have been a lot of time i data dozens of patients that had psycho surgeries are lobotomies kind of things and and do given that were given dialysis to take the evil humor is all kinds of crazy sokaiya three did i mean really did some horrible stuff relationships i want to tell you is that that this was the facility the rich people from all over the country came to uh we we just for shipping people in there were flying in all the time when i first got there is no longer that kinda there's no such thing as a kind of facility anymore but but that was that it was in the fashion of harvard of facility like that and there was a place outside of again i thought boston there was like that and in rich people all over the country but of course also in the same facility were people that were very challenge socioeconomically with severe mental illness and the first thing that just jumped out at me it was like oh my god the very rich and the very poor have we more in common with one another then with the rest of us lots more psycho pathology lots more major psychiatric illness bipolar disorder most commonly lots more drug and alcohol use so i yeah it occurred to me that some of this may be that.

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"sokaiya tree" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"sokaiya tree" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"The so she's proud to write this letter here so this is the new thing you see if they can't get the collusion issue though get the mental incapacity issue i am the editor of the dangerous case of donald trump twenty seven sokaiya truce and mental health experts assess a precedent president we represent a much larger number of concerned oh that's in of a left wing or the role which concerned yes the big one concerned mental health professionals who have come forward to warn against the president's psychological instability and the dangers poses we now number in the thousands by believe we are currently witnessing more than his usual state of instability in fact the pattern of the compensation tim increasing loss of touch with reality markets market signs of volatility and unpredictable behaviour and then attraction to violence as a means of coping where's the attraction through violence as a means of coping they get him on both sides on the one hand he's not confrontational enough right doesn't the left hasn't the left's biggest issue been that he doesn't confront putin but at the same time the left says oh he he uh resorts to volley as an attraction through violence as a means of coping what does that even mean hasn't she just bastardize sokaiya tree as she made a mockery in most of our eyes yes that's what she's done that's what these thousands of them these characteristics place our country in the world but extreme risk of danger lee ordinarily we carry out a routine process retrieving people who were dangerous containment removal from access to weapons in an urgent valuation we've been unable to do so because of mr trump's status as president but the power of presidency and the type of.

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"sokaiya tree" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"sokaiya tree" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Arsenal he has access to should raise greater a laura not less we urge the public and the lawmakers of this country to push for an urgent evaluation of president for which we are in the process of developing a separate but independent expert panel capable of reading and carrying at all medical standards of care who is interesting in in all of his life the guy's not a young man in all of this life as uh has anybody her the had their reason to two the man's mentally ill that he's out of touch with reality to become out of touch with reality they was elected be an interesting thing the raise the erased decent children if you're out of touch with reality and you're mentally disturbed like them uh i'm a little bit just questions to be asked but since they did this with barry goldwater ends the the the profession of sokaiya tree never apologized for doing the same thing to vary goldwater i just have contempt for them i don't take this woman uh or of their perhaps profession seriously there are some wonderful sokaiya to round and in if they if they wrote a letter saying you know were just making sokai treat a far spike doing this that they would be so ostracized from their profession that it would be a difficult for them to continue practicing i'm just curious i just want should remember that on the one hand these accused of kowtowing to donald to donald two of vladimir putin and then on the other usda he uses his a traction to the use of violence which one is it and against whom because he's ray threats again the monster of pyongyang so let me ask this aci truce what would you recommend be done with kim jong earned the man now has an icbm that could hit any city in the united states if he puts it if it's nucleartipped could talk about a million or more casualties in america in any city that that the the monster in pyongyang desired to hit while would you recommend doc sitting down and giving them an evaluation you sound like a scientologist maybe should he be audited.

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"sokaiya tree" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"sokaiya tree" Discussed on WGTK

"So many things to to bring to your attention here when he sees you have to see the large picture but was nothing makes sense the lack of riots fill hero and ask esco liberal left wing friend since people on the or very passionate about the murder or the killing of cage timely by a on the illegal immigrant who was the corded five or six times came back each time and committed crimes the other times toy was deported and why are wire theory riots how can we don't wired it in your side those ashton that i don't know what the lancer i always i can usually not always i can usually come up with a left wing response by law what they would say on this one i guess they would say all well in charlottesville the rightwing rioted then with it i don't know what white supremacy has to do with the with rightwing never did bear it doesn't have anything to do with it but but in any event there wasn't the riot the had one guy under circumstances that still leap come out who ran over the uh person on the on the eve of a side was protesting but little the and there was uh and the new york times one of the new york times reporters actually tweeted out that it was the left cloud but storm in fighting so let's just putting that aside went when is the right wing roy when the conservatives shut down highways we we have passions too you know my great revelation for the left we we were as opposed to barack obama as you worth donald trump except we don't carry on like you do 'cause were adults let her in the new york times sokaiya tryst warn about trump's mental state made that this would bury gold were thousand while was about a month's thousand sokaiya truce declare barry goldwater unfit mentally unfit to serve remember we think the left touches they ruined sokaiya tree was distorted by the left the cades ago the great admiration for sky but have great admiration for sports missed their killing sports too sports illustrated is the main colin kaepernick the social justice man of the year what the hell of sports illustrated giving out the social justice man of the year award for but a justice to.

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"sokaiya tree" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"sokaiya tree" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Are they went to school and because they did about it it doesn't exist and the research behind using nutrition ecoles fast you know when people l i was in a debate at the american psychiatric association with the had of sokaiya tree at the university of texas houston and and he was diminishing image and and is like a you know there's there's no research behind him edging like there's no reason behind supplements and i'm like how did you get through school don't if you know how to read there's a mazel companies allowed did you ask him at outlets out loud you know i say that all the time to people who go out there is no research i beat seriously up to it's got a pubmed dot com and then brain spect imaging depression oecd dementia traumatic brain injury find hundreds and you know not three hundreds of studies and if you type in omega3 fatty acid you're gonna find thousands of studies um um or ginko at blood flow gang when memory a natural standard cerpa a a cop you know from stamford harvard and i put together all the stop lamont research uh had eight levels scientific evidence for memory as did sage uh uh it's like stop it at least you know before you open your mouth in you six stupid banks we deliver and you know an but not people read the literature gas they can cherrypick this study or that study.

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"sokaiya tree" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"sokaiya tree" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"In america deteriorating value in america the fact that so many people have growing up without the ability to make a good living i think this is a wider societal problem that uh that's not going to be stopped by cracking down on i am i got a little cracked down on myself in terms of being in new york date i had every new york state doctor we had to take a course in opioid description i never prescribed vocabulary would you say this is an epidemic peter oh this is up there from the high vis studio it getting sixty thousand deaths i i give you some of the sign coveted death that by overdose um are now the leading cause of death under pitcher he's not w what happens they have a heart attack or or or how did the democrats in the central nervous system and you stop breathing basically but it also collapse yet cardiovascular system and you can stop for your heart pumping in georgia another indication of what an epidemic it is is it now that drug now heated alcohol as a corner of car crashes and um unbelievable somewhat about sokaiya tree and psychiatric drugs but mostly about economic circumstances societal circumstances one more indication that this society uh there's just losing a lot of its moorings peters website bragan dot com has looked part of our twitter feed it coast to coast am dot com thank you peter a mediterranean diet has been linked to a reduction and cardiovascular risk asked how wherever listen.

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"sokaiya tree" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"sokaiya tree" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

"Yeah this is the the challenge you know it's one thing to do what we're doing now she's provide much more objective measurements of behavior that bitter continuous and passes as ubiquitous and that's the that are i think for sokaiya tree for the first time it gives us a keeper picture of someone's mental state and their behavior of cognition or emotions that's helpful to have better measurement boat we need better interventions sense of course a lot of the interventions we think about in sokaiya tree are medications but some are actually psychosocial so interventions like pure support psychotherapy skill building crisis intervention all of those could be deliver through the same device for talking about you can do cyclope by smartphone certainly you can provide crisis intervention and i think we're we're seeing the most impact which is really fascinating is in the the value of pure support has value of giving people even with serious mental illness the ability to connect with others with the same illness and the valueland bad it's not just that they get help from other people it's that they can get help to other people many people with schizophrenia or severe depression fuel useless they feel like they're not able to do anything for anyone else for the first time through this kind of a mechanism they become part of the community where they have something to share something to contribute in part because of the suffering they've been through that's a profoundly important intervention that we haven't really been able to deliver previously l as i hear you talking about is it strikes me that your work might be applicable to brain diseases like alzheimer's for example or eat parkinson's as the sat on the voice the rhythm the speech the.

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"sokaiya tree" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"sokaiya tree" Discussed on The Science Show

"Some timed i've driven but i've had my through i drive was mary wild day to know that it's time please lose no surprise whatever comes from its been well ever since the scottish the characteristics rdv lying drop dead of heart failure while playing tennis in the south of france he was sixty one lands rejection of traditional sokaiya tree and his experimentation with alternative methods of mental healing made him a cult figure the '60s he was poet musician scholar and philosopher at the time of his death he was described as a guru and a liberator langer purge schizophrenia as an existential list he rejected notions of by chemical or physiological malfunction and argued that the experience and behaviour of people with schizophrenia was a reasonable response to an unreasonable society and in particular an unreasonable family lang was part of the anti sakaris movement of the '60s whose other wellknown members included david cooper and thomas sets mental illness was viewed in political terms as a label for scapegoating those amongst us who a different schizophrenia was even seen as a growth experience which should be let run its course the butterfly should emerge from its chrysalis which led one wellknown american entertainer who had a psychotic breakdown to exclaim insanity is terrific on the late show but in the real world it shit the and his country movement grew out of the psychoanalytic school which focused on parental behavior as the cause of mental illness.

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