Wilhelm Reich Orgone Energy – Documentary & Movie

Another student of Freud, Wilhelm Reich, had the potential to change the world just as much as Carl Jung — but his ideas and inventions were suppressed by world governments, and are just now regaining popularity. Here is a documentary on Orgone Energy, coined by Reich, and beneath it, the life story of Wilhelm Reich which was made into a full length movie. Full Movie: The Strange Case of Wilhelm […] Read more »

The New Dumbness

The following is an excerpt from “The Underground History of American Education“, by John Taylor Gatto: Ordinary people send their children to school to get smart, but what modern schooling teaches is dumbness. It’s a religious idea gone out of control. You don’t have to accept that, though, to realize this kind of economy would be jeopardized by too many smart people who understand too much. I won’t ask you to take that […] Read more »

Camille Paglia Gives Feminists a History Lesson

Women need men, for it is through looking into the mirror of men that women are able to get to know and appreciate their own uniqueness better.  Conversely, men need women, for it is through looking into the mirror of women that men are able to get to know and appreciate their own uniqueness better. “When an educated culture routinely denigrates masculinity and manhood, then women will be perpetually stuck […] Read more »

Satan, Lucifer, and the Jesus Archetypes of Ego Development

Satan is the archetype of the undeveloped ego gone wild, Lucifer is the archetype of the ego masquerading as an enlightened being, and Jesus is the archetype of the ego having been fully integrated into the overall Self, called “Selfhood”. We must remain mindful, as both Lucifer and Jesus look awfully similar when observed in a superficial manner, but they are very, very different at their core. The outward similarities […] Read more »

Nathan & Aline Discuss Jim Carrey’s Enlightened Antics

“There’s no meaning to any of this, so I wanted to find the most meaningless thing I could come to and join, and here I am. You’ve got to admit, [that] it’s completely meaningless. […] I don’t believe in icons, I don’t believe in personalities, I believe that peace lies beyond personality, beyond invention and disguise…” ~Jim Carrey Has Jim lost it, or has he reached a state of Self-realization […] Read more »

The Pre/Trans Fallacy

Aline and I run into this fallacy often, where people in the “pre-“ state of spirituality misunderstand the concept of unity, and perceive it as psychological enmeshment, much like the concepts of patriotism and/or group identification, and not in the “trans-“ state of psychological differentiation from a collective through achieving Selfhood.  Instead of doing the work to integrate and align their internal aspects of self, as a means of moving […] Read more »

Socially Engineered Reactivity and Triggering?

Why are so many people upset when they hear an opinion that differs even slightly from their own? Why are they unable to consider different opinions, and weigh their merits based on the evidence and logic behind them, in a fair minded manner? Why do they personally attack the character of those who share perspectives that do not align with society and social progressiveness? What if it is because humanity […] Read more »

Envy, Madness and True Reality – Dr Norberto Keppe

This video series is absolutely phenomenal at diagnosing the root causes of human insanity, which is envy.  Envy is directly related to the concept of equity, since envy attacks that which is good in order to bring everybody back down to the same equitable level (equality of outcomes). In this interview, the brilliant Brazilian psychoanalysts, Dr. Norberto Keppe and Dr. Cláudia Pacheco, remind us of the human pathology that lies behind our problems. […] Read more »

The Psychology of Envy and Social Justice

“Our envy of others devours us most of all.” (Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Gulag Archipelago) Stretching back to the time of the Ancient Greeks, countless philosophers have contemplated the nature of envy, or what Immanuel Kant described as the “tendency to perceive with displeasure the good of others.” (Immanuel Kant) Those who have written about envy, be it Aristotle, Aquinas, Adam Smith, Schopenhauer or Nietzsche, have all come to a similar conclusion […] Read more »

The Problem with Equity

We support a diversity of ideas that stems from an equality of opportunity to share them. However, we feel that all forms of diversity that stems from an equality of outcome (equity) will cause psychological harm to the self-worth of the individuals that it seeks to protect, will limit their potential development as healthy and unique individuals, and will thus limit the value of the ideas that they will be […] Read more »

How Mob Mentality Gets Worse Online

This is a great video that describes the psychology of the herd/mob.  Nietzsche went to great lengths about the matter, as well as many great psychologists, including Carl Jung, who detailed the need to individuate (psychologically differentiate) oneself from out of the herd/mob, in order to become a unique and whole individual. What Jung called “Selfhood”, is what we as gray mystics would term reaching the “Divine Union” and the “Alchemical […] Read more »

Dr Jordan Peterson – Maps of Meaning – Full Course

Dr Jordan Peterson, a psychology professor at Toronto University, has a fascinating lecture (university course) online (linked below) called “Maps of Meaning” where he goes into the psychology of tyranny, and how each of us has the capacity to serve evil within us. It is in discovering this capacity before it happens that allows the individual to stave off the fate of performing evil against others. The course draws on […] Read more »