1. VIDEO ON EXPRESSING EMOTION

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    from Jennifer Frances Armstrong / Added

    For some, this comes at a cost

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    • Deities, ancient and modern and how they exert their effect on our interpretation of history

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      After I had migrated from Africa, aged 15, I was very distressed indeed, especially by how things went after the destruction of home and country. I was unable to get people to understand my situation in historical and political terms. They insisted on overlaying my reality with a totally different interpretation. Only after many years was I able to fully realize that the disruption of political change had caused turmoil in my father's character, which had in turn led to the increasing turmoil in my own life, whilst trying to make sense of my historical dislocation . My sense of guilt, confusion and distress had been misinterpreted, so that it seemed as if I had conjured them, when they had resulted from regime change. Contemporary gender biases made it nearly impossible for me to get the meaning of my experiences across. In the end I understood I had been dealing with people's mythological frameworks all along. See:http://unsanesafe.blogspot.com.au/2008/09/learn-to-think-front-on.html

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      • There ought to be no compulsion to embrace a purely biologist notion of existence

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        History itself shows that other paradigms are possible and can be experimented with. There is no need to embrace an identity constructed around populist or even current scientific understanding of biological science. There is no need to think exclusively in these terms.

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        • Patience with organic life processes and having a cold

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          Good things take time and even then there are imperfections -- but still, organic life, which is everything.

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          • Superego versus ego dominated societies

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            PROPOSITIONS Something akin to Freud's "superego" keeps us in a conformist mode out of fear of being cast out of the herd and dying -- a primitive fear. This is a kind of hypnosis. Something akin to Freud's "ego" creates the pressure to compete with others in a narrow, competitively self-interested way. This is a kind of hypnosis, too, since the drive to compete at all costs robs one of one's true self and one's self-enjoyment. Underneath all this is not the "Id" but the true self, which is the organic unity of one's being. It takes pleasure in participation in life alone, and it does not matter to this self that it will die, so long as it flows in the stream of life. All forms of neurosis are the protests of this true self against the imbalances of excessive superego or excessive ego. The true self protests that superego and/or ego are throttling it, preventing it from swimming in a natural current. It feels this denial as a form of death or dying. Shamanism restores the balance that enables one to access one's true self.

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            • caminhos na bélgica, on my way to belgium

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              Some sentences are encripted in navajo language others in ge group idioms. they all converge towards Hölderlin's legacy.

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              • My shamanic project has come a natural end

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                I believe my shamanic project has come to an end. \\\\why.

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                • Why I shamanized

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                  Why it was necessary for me to melt down in part and built myself anew

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                  • Maturity through shamanic transformation

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                    The extended journey of maturity through shamanic transformation. Here is how I did it.

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                    • Emotional calibration to military level intensity

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                      Where one has normalized a high level of aggression from others. The psyche in a post-war situation (post-Rhodesia).

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