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Phenomenology

Phenomenology is a branch of philosophy dealing with individual experience, although the term has related applications in psychology, religion, archaeology, architecture and several other disciplines. For the philosopher Edmund Husserl (1859-1938), phenomenology would include a thorough analysis of all aspects … Continue reading


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The Belief in Reincarnation – Man-Made Theory or Sacred Truth?

Also called metempsychosis and transmigration, reincarnation is a man-made theory usually presented as fact or sacred law by believers. Elements of the theory can be found in diverse religions and philosophies, including ancient Greek, Egyptian, Hindu, Buddhist, Taoist, Jain, African … Continue reading


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Reaction Formation – A neurotic response to fear

In Sigmund Freud‘s psychoanalytic theory, reaction formation is a defense mechanism in which a repressed, socially unacceptable impulse is expressed in an exaggerated, opposite way. The original impulse, perceived as bad or anxiety producing, remains unresolved in its unconscious, infantile form. This … Continue reading


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Remote Viewing – True, False or Underground?

The term ‘Remote Viewing’ (RV) was coined by Russell Targ and Harold Puthoff. RV is the alleged ability to internally perceive objects and events at a distance beyond the range of the normal senses. Remote Viewers (RVers) usually say they … Continue reading


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Synchronicity – A concept that may become increasingly important in our emerging quantum worldview

Synchronicity is a term coined by the Swiss psychiatrist Carl G. Jung to represent the idea of meaningful coincidence. Implicit to Jung’s idea of synchronicity is the belief that all of creation is somehow interconnected, not only through space but also … Continue reading


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Ivan Petrovich Pavlov – Another Russian pioneer

Ivan Petrovich Pavlov (1849-1936) was a pioneering Russian physiologist credited with developing the scientific study of Behaviorism. Rather than spend time rewriting what every psychology 101 student learns, I’ll just copy and paste Wikipedia’s version of Pavlov’s remarkable contribution to the … Continue reading


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Psychoid – Not another Norman Bates movie!

The word psychoid sounds a bit like a sequel to the famous Norman Bates film, or maybe another video game about killing for points. But it’s neither of those things. According to Carl Jung’s analytical psychology, the psychoid  is the transcendental aspect of an archetype. … Continue reading