Healing Psyche False Hope Is Non Existent

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This is a chapter of “Healing Psyche – Patterns and Structure of Complementary Psychological Cancer Treatment (CPCT)” In their search for health, clients are willing to try anything, hoping for a miracle cure. They often reason that they might as well try it because “they have nothing to lose.” Unfortunately, there is something to lose. […]

An Overview Of Hypnosis

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Hypnosis is state of mind where an individual is subjected to controlled thoughts and behavior. Hypnosis involves two persons – the persons being treated to experiment is called subject while the one conducting the experiment is called hypnotist. Hypnotist takes the subject into the mental state, often termed hypnotized, and tries to get response from […]

Problem Gambling What You Should Know

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Americans spend more on gambling than all other recreation combined. For most, it’s a fun diversion but for a few, gambling can become a serious, life-altering problem. Problem gambling is behavior that causes disruptions in any major area of a person’s life. It affects as many as six to nine million Americans. Would you recognize […]

Using Mind Control To Create An Addiction

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With all the paranoia of mind control and how Neuro Linguistic Probramming (NLP) can be (and is) used to “mess with peoples heads” it’s high time to pull the cat out of the bag and let people know exactly what is possible. For example, can you create an addiction in someone using Neuro Linguistic Programming […]

Pathological Narcissism Psychosis And Delusions

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One of the most important symptoms of pathological narcissism (the Narcissistic Personality Disorder) is grandiosity. Grandiose fantasies (megalomaniac delusions of grandeur) permeate every aspect of the narcissist’s personality. They are the reason that the narcissist feels entitled to special treatment which is typically incommensurate with his real accomplishments. The Grandiosity Gap is the abyss between […]

Personality Testing Myth And Realities

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It is commonly believed myth that personality testing instruments can measure your personality and predict your future behaviors. The pre-employment testing mechanism has been following this creed without any solid evidence. The testing industry claims all out validity. The educational institutions and employer organizations use them for screening purposes. Their transparency and equity has even […]

The Diagnostic And Statistical Manual Dsm Pros And Cons

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The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, fourth edition, text revision [American Psychiatric Association. DSM-IV-TR, Washington, 2000] – or the DSM-IV-TR for short – describes Axis II personality disorders as “deeply ingrained, maladaptive, lifelong behavior patterns”. But the classificatory model the DSM has been using since 1952 is harshly criticized as woefully inadequate by many scholars and […]

Highly Sensitive People Traits And Characteristics

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One in every twenty people is considered to be a highly sensitive person (HSP). This means that either you yourself may be sensitive or someone you know is. 42% of the population is not highly sensitive, meaning that most things don’t bother them the way they will an HSP. Everyone else falls somewhere in between, […]

What Is Hypno Psychotherapy

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Psychotherapy Psychology is the study of human behaviour. It seeks to look at the motivational drives within an individual and offer an explanation to the behaviour that is demonstrated. Psychotherapy is the use and application of psychological knowledge to help people understand themselves and begin to make appropriate changes, or to be comfortable with who […]

Why Do People Think Mind Control Is Bad

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Here’s a question for you: Why do people think mind control is “bad”? People shudder at the thought of mind control because they live under the belief that there is a “free will”. They are scared to think that they don’t have control. Yet the truth is we never have complete control. Being the beasties […]

Serial Killers

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Countess Erszebet Bathory was a breathtakingly beautiful, unusually well-educated woman, married to a descendant of Vlad Dracula of Bram Stoker fame. In 1611, she was tried – though, being a noblewoman, not convicted – in Hungary for slaughtering 612 young girls. The true figure may have been 40-100, though the Countess recorded in her diary […]

Can A Dream Tell Us Of The Future

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Much has been written regarding dreams and their meanings or purpose. Mankind has been fascinated with our dreams since the first dreamer awoke and wondered about what their visions meant. Since ancient times we have looked to our dreams to find signs of what our future holds. The first written dreams we know of were […]

How To Be An Anonymous Cult Leader

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Here’s an interesting question. How does a hyper paranoid maniac like JK Ellis create a cult like following and still manage to protect himself from over-exposure? Think about it! I think I’ve developed a strategy that could be effective. Of course, a strategy is dynamic, not rigid so it will change to the situation. 1) […]

Narcissism And Personality Disorders

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Are all personality disorders the outcomes of frustrated narcissism? During our formative years (6 months to 6 years old), we are all “narcissists”. Primary Narcissism is a useful and critically important defense mechanism. As the infant separates from his mother and becomes an individual, it is likely to experience great apprehension, fear, and pain. Narcissism […]

The History Of Personality Disorders

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Well into the eighteenth century, the only types of mental illness – then collectively known as “delirium” or “mania” – were depression (melancholy), psychoses, and delusions. At the beginning of the nineteenth century, the French psychiatrist Pinel coined the phrase “manie sans delire” (insanity without delusions). He described patients who lacked impulse control, often raged […]

Secret Information

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Secret information? Okay, probably not much remains truly hidden or forbidden anymore, but there are little secrets about how things work. Salesmen, politicians, and others learn and use subtle techniques to influence you. “Lucky people” use little-known tricks to get that way. Here are some examples. Controling Through Words There is a classic joke, “Have […]

Are You Under Mind Control Why Not

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How do you determine if you’re under mind control? It’s an interesting question that you can pass around at a party or among friends. The fact is that you just don’t know. In fact everything you are doing could be a response that fits perfectly into another persons plans. If you take that as a […]

The Psychopath And Antisocial

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Roots of the Disorder Are the psychopath, sociopath, and someone with the Antisocial Personality Disorder one and the same? The DSM says “yes”. Scholars such as Robert Hare and Theodore Millon beg to differ. The psychopath has antisocial traits for sure but they are coupled with and enhanced by callousness, ruthlessness, extreme lack of empathy, […]

Help Kids Concentrate

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All of us want our children to succeed in school. But for many kids and teens, concentration in this always-pressured, starved-for-time era can be difficult. Here are some tips for helping your son or daughter improve concentration and do better in the classroom: * Take time for breakfast. Children who have breakfast and enough to […]

The Psychology Of Torture

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There is one place in which one’s privacy, intimacy, integrity and inviolability are guaranteed – one’s body, a unique temple and a familiar territory of sensa and personal history. The torturer invades, defiles and desecrates this shrine. He does so publicly, deliberately, repeatedly and, often, sadistically and sexually, with undisguised pleasure. Hence the all-pervasive, long-lasting, […]