Psychological Maps Ernest Kinnie

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Psychological Maps  by  Ernest Kinnie

Psychological Maps by Ernest Kinnie
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Here you obtain a deep understanding of psychological concepts and strategies by experiencing them. Talking about them is good. First experiencing and then talking about them is better.Explore the psychological maps of Perls, Berne, Freud, SkinnerMoreHere you obtain a deep understanding of psychological concepts and strategies by experiencing them. Talking about them is good.

First experiencing and then talking about them is better.Explore the psychological maps of Perls, Berne, Freud, Skinner and Pavlov. Shifting among them will greatly expand what you can think, feel, become. Then learn how political parties, interest groups and advertisers turn you into a useful idiot. Knowing how they do it makes their job so much more difficult.Science and religion have created two more maps of Reality.

Many secular humanists and fundamentalist Christians believe they are in direct conflict. Both shamelessly cherry pick history, create straw men, and indulge in sad, mean-spirited personal attacks, absolutely certain their map is Reality, not one of Realities endless interpretations.After many adventures exploring and creating your life, you become aware of the Primary Reality.

Then off for Frivolous Fun.Yeah, yeah, you can cheat a little and start with Frivolous Fun if you want.Consider keeping a journal. Writing adds an important dimension to your adventures, and later reading what you wrote adds a second. The experiences of other people are often included, which adds a third.Do the chapters in order if that is your style, or go Zen---quickly glance at the possibilities and go with the flow. Except, wait until you have had a few adventures and explored a few maps before going to the final chapter.You can do the chapters alone, or share with a group.

If you have the opportunity, try both and notice the differences.Use good judgment. If you are asked to do something that doesn’t feel right move on, perhaps to try another day.A. Eric Berne---the best of Games People PlayB. Fritz Perls---out of your head, into the NOWC. How they turn you a useful idiotD. Skinner and Pavlov---you are controlledE.

Sigmund Freud---the unconscious and the Fertile VoidF. Shifting maps of RealityG. The power of maps in your lifeH. Two great maps of Western CivilizationI. Primary RealityFrivolous Fun



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