Category Archives: Psychology

Infancy and Childhood, the Split … the Primal Scene; which is VEIL THREE from *Dance of the Seven Veils I: Primal/Identity Psychology, Mythology, and Your Real Self

Infancy and Childhood, the Split … the Primal Scene; which is VEIL THREE from *Dance of the Seven Veils I: Primal/Identity Psychology, Mythology, and Your Real Self* by Michael Adzema     VEIL THREE Infancy and Childhood, the Split … … Continue reading

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How We Lose Our Souls, How It is Stolen: In Patriarchal Cultures, the Young Need Be Pared Down to the Level of Its Controlling Adults … Rituals of Diminution and Control

How We Lose Our Souls, How It is Stolen: In Patriarchal Cultures, the Young Need Be Pared Down to the Level of Its Controlling Adults … Rituals of Diminution and Control — Which is Chapter 27 of *Dance of the Seven Veils I* by … Continue reading

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The Fallacy of Transcendence:  The “Giving” of Sacrifice and the Patriarchal Ladder … Men Raise Themselves Upon the Bodies of the Murdered

. . The Fallacy of Transcendence:  The “Giving” of Sacrifice and the Patriarchal Ladder … Men Raise Themselves Upon the Bodies of the Murdered — Which is Chapter 38 of Dance of the Seven Veils 1  by Michael Adzema . … Continue reading

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“the path to bliss leads sometimes through despair and hopelessness”: Wounded Deer and Centaurs, on relationships

…on relationships, Sure It’s Hard….” to think that it is easy is probably to be an impostor (p. 134). He asserts that the people who are really making the changes in male-female relationships and becoming fuller human beings, you can … Continue reading

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“Having been beaten down themselves, they saw themselves as finally right and okay when they brought themselves to then beat down others. They had become like daddy, and like society, wanted….”

“While they were lynching and beating innocents, they were secretly seeing themselves applauded and approved, finally, by their fathers and the daddy surrogates of their lives. Having been beaten down themselves, they saw themselves as finally right and okay when … Continue reading

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“…these sycophants repressed their urges, obeying others, so can’t stand seeing anyone freer, having fun, pleasure, they denied themselves.”

“There are always those, those who have conformed and submitted, who view any who leave the fold as thinking too much of themselves. These conformists have thrown away their pride, self-respect, and mission in life in hopes of being applauded … Continue reading

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“Struggling with one’s thoughts is like struggling to get all the chairs in line on the decks of the Titanic”: Know There Is Still Hope

What you think, you become. What you feel, you think. The cumulative result of all that you’ve experienced in your life, you feel now. That is heavily weighted toward those events that were powerful and traumatic and remain unfelt and … Continue reading

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