The Right Psychotherapy For Every Case

When you think about everything you have to do to transform your personality and triumph over life’s challenges you don’t feel you can become a hero.

Everything seems to be too difficult and tiring.

However, you can build the courage you need thanks to the information contained in your dreams.

Your dreams help you have a global image of your reality and an internal image of your psychological system. So, you stop thinking based on erroneous concepts and you acquire the right mindset.

You are ignorant, even if the knowledge you have seems to be impressing in your historical time. The knowledge you have is distorted by numerous factors in the cruel world ruled by greedy marketers, who are completely controlled by their satanic anti-conscience.

God sends you special information in your dreams to help you understand important truths.

The scientific method of dream interpretation discovered by Carl Jung and simplified by me helps you understand God’s words without distortions.

The fact that Carl Jung’s method of dream interpretation helped me discover that God is the dream producer, and then discover the satanic origin of the human conscience proves to the world that the scientific translations really transcribe God’s messages in dreams.

Otherwise, I would never be able to discover anything.

I had no intention to continue Carl Jung’s research, but I was able to do so, besides my ignorance, because I precisely obeyed the guidance I had in my dreams.

The truth is that I was prepared to follow these steps because God needed someone in order to show to the human race that we are in fact cruel demons. We are not really human.

This tragedy explains the existence of many other tragedies, but the obedience to God’s guidance in dreams helps everyone eliminate their satanic anti-conscience and learn how to attain sanctity.

The fact that now we know how

Are Freethinking and Creativity Really Mental Health Issues?

What would happen if our creative lives and businesses had to exist under the threat of a mental illness diagnosis?

“Dissent is essential for progress” – Thomas Eddison

“My work is more important than what you think of me” – Brene Brown

“Not everyone thinks the way you think, knows the things you know, believes the things you believe, nor acts the way you would act. Remember this and you will go a long way in getting along with people.” – Unknown

I recently read this article dated 16 November 2013, and it shook me to the core! It is entitled ‘Non Conformity and Freethinking Now Considered Mental Illnesses’. The film ‘The Matrix’ immediately sprung to mind. The article states that “In the last 50 years, the DSM-IV (DSM-IV Codes are the classification found in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) has gone from 130 to 357 mental illnesses.” Some of the criteria for these diagnoses are apparently “”oppositional defiant disorder” or ODD. Defined as an “ongoing pattern of disobedient, hostile and defiant behavior,” symptoms include questioning authority, negativity, defiance, argumentativeness, and being easily annoyed. Other ‘symptoms’ include arrogance, narcissism, above-average creativity, cynicism, and antisocial behavior.”

I started to wonder what would happen to our lives and our businesses if we indeed became the watered down versions of ourselves, that it is suggested is required in some parts of the world, in order to live life free of the danger of being locked up, or at the very least medicated.

Another question also rises to the surface – exactly which sections of society would be targeted for these traits? As the article and attached video interview state, children are a primary target – maybe because of their inability to refuse treatment. Another concern is that a number of the people who are in

Classic Experiments in Psychology

As Psychology moved further away from philosophy and towards science, more and more experiments began to be conducted. These experiments have revealed important insights regarding the nature of human behaviour. Some of these revelations are taken for granted in the modern world as their discoveries are now widely known. However, at the time, they were rather controversial.

The Stanford Prison Experiment

The Stanford Prison Experiment was conducted in August 1971 by Philip Zimbardo, a Psychology Professor in Stanford University. The experiment aimed to examine the psychological impact of a prison environment on prisoners and guards.

In order to test this, Zimbardo built a mock prison in the basement of Stanford University. A group of 24 participants were randomly allocated to the positions of guards or prisoners with Zimbardo taking on the role of the prison Superintendent. The participants were all screened beforehand and deemed to be “normal, healthy male college students who were predominantly middle class and white”. The prisoners were taken from their houses, handcuffed by real police officers and taken to the mock prison where they were stripped and deloused. The prisoners stayed in the prison 24 hours a day while the guards only worked an eight hour shift and returned home afterwards. All participants received $15 per day, partly funded by the US Navy.

The guards wore mirrored sunglasses, a khaki uniform, nightstick and a whistle while the prisoners wore a smock with an ID number sewn onto the front and back, a stocking cap and a chain locked around their ankles. The uniforms were designed to de-humanise the guards and prisoners while making the guards appear to have total control over the prisoners’ lives. The guards were instructed to “maintain a reasonable degree of order” but almost immediately began to abuse their position. The guards would force the prisoners to

Client Engagement in Psychological Therapeutic Practice


Engagement is a vital part of therapy with clients – getting them interested in interacting with the therapist rather than being a passive recipient of analysis and clarification from a counselling situation. In this paper from over 35 years of client (patient) contact I will examine some of the techniques of engagement using models and exercises to bring out a more interactive experience in therapy.


Although in psychological thought, interactionism, is a well accepted concept such as in the idea of nature and nurture as not two separate concepts, but instead as a dynamic interaction of basic elements that through, a too and fro motion, create a unique outcome that expresses itself through the very being of our character, so we become a thinking, feeling, behaving human being of complex mental states and outcomes. As engagement is seen as a viable learning instrument, in that through situations, we can internalize and process information about the world and ourselves, leading to change and a fusion of self examination and outward understanding to become a new unique person with a changed perspective.

Some clients (patients) have fixation and so reject or refuse to accept change as this would challenge their world view. Security of the ego comes from not accepting alternatives to their comfort zone even when they acknowledge this is leading to poor functioning in everyday situations. It is through active engagement that we (the therapist) can help the client not only make internal mental changes but by using action can fundamentally move forward to a better mental health position. Insight is still the main tool of any well versed therapist – change can only be seen when the client accepts and understands their present position in relation to the past, present and future tenses of personal perception.

The word – stance – is

Impact Of Psychological Capital On Job Performance

Psychological capital is a very trait of the human capital. It refers to a person’s self-efficacy, hope, optimism, and resiliency. In other words, the positive psychological strengths and capacities of an individual enable him/her to function productively. In the past, people tend to focus on the negative side of the human behavior like failure, burnout and helplessness. But nowadays, there is a shift of focus; from the weakness of a person to his/her strengths.

Hope is one of the psychological capital which is a positive motivational state of an individual to become successful or a strong desire to meet his/her goals. It means that a person has the will to accomplish or achieve an intended output or result. Apparently, hope constitutes the gut to succeed and the competence to identify, clarify, and pursue the ladder to success despite the risks encountered in the process. It also indicates desirable work attitudes.

Then, the resiliency of a person enables him/her to have a positive coping mechanism and adaptation in the face of significant risk or adversity. At the workplace, resilience is the positive psychological capacity to rebound or bounce back from adversity, uncertainty, conflict, failure, or even positive change, progress and increased responsibility. It is how a person can face negative events in life without breaking. In fact, a person becomes more resilient when he/she can effectively rise back from a previous setback. Resilient people usually succeed after a series of many failures without giving up.

On the other hand, optimism is the ability of an individual to make internal, stable, and global attributions regarding positive events such as a task accomplishment and those who attribute external, unstable, and specific reasons for negative events like a failure to meet a deadline. It is associated with a positive outcome of events including positive emotions and

Comparison of Blood Thirsty Despots – Joseph Stalin and Adolf Hitler

Second World War was the bloodiest carnage Human civilization has ever witnessed. For a time span of almost six years, industrial and civilized nations of Europe fought a bloody battle of supremacy. While Western European nations and United States of America were strongly committed to democracy and capitalism, two major industrial powers of Europe, Soviet Union and Germany were in the clutches of autocratic rulers. Hitler’s rise to the power in 1933 was a death sentence for democracy in Germany. Stalin on other hand was ruling USSR from 1923. Within a quick spell both of them had successfully exercised tight control on economy, military and on social life of civilians. The paranoid dictators liquidated millions of innocent lives, anyone who threatened their ascendancy. Now, Hitler and Stalin have become synonymous with tyranny and evil.

Nazi Germany presided by Adolf Hitler and vast Soviet empire administered by Joseph Stalin aspired to conquer much of Europe. Both men were ideological opponents but they shared something in common. Brutality, ruthlessness, stubborn attitude and fanatic commitment to achieve goals were the core elements of their personality. Hitler admired National Socialism and Stalin worshiped Marxism, though the later was an atheist. Admirers, radical followers of Hitler and Stalin were greatly impressed with the charisma, aura of their dear leaders and voluntarily supported their aggressive expansionist policies.

Let’s take a brief look at some of the similarities shared by two eccentric leaders:

1. Both, Hitler and Stalin suffered troubled childhood. They were deprived from care, protection and affection offered by a father. However, both of them enjoyed close proximity with their adoring Mothers. The paranoid dictators could not easily adjust with women. Despite humble background and lacking guidance of any protégé, both of them made it to the highest offices.

2. Stalin and Hitler cared very little for human life.

The Cause of Suicide in US Veterans (and What You Can Do To Help)

As a former employee with Wake County Government, I’ve talked informally with many returning vets. I worked for ten years with Wake County. NC (and that’s where ‘Veteran Services’ is located in my city). Though I was technically an HR professional, there I learned firsthand from these men, that our wars are just fabrications. That our politicians create false conflicts to sell us on the idea of war (and make us out to be peacekeepers of the world) when what is really happening is twofold:

We only install ourselves where we can aggressively control the price of oil per barrel (in other words, we will stay here and bomb your cities and shoot your citizens unless you keep the price at X) and because the “War Machine” or industry here in the US is one of the few industries we still have that can inform our GNP. Many of the 1% become richer as we /they manufacture guns and tanks, etc.

These vets, our veterans, figure this out “over there,” and are still instructed to bomb innocents (let’s say kill or murder—let’s keep the vernacular personal and not objective). Even the soldiers for the other side are just trying to keep us out and defend their people. We cause mass immigration to other countries when we do this as well, effecting global economies for the worst. That said, this men are very, very troubled by this truth. They feel like hypocrites, to say the very least. Many feel they have broken a commandment to their god, and I firmly believe that is why we see such high numbers of suicide in vets (one vet kills themselves every hour in the US).

Still, we have the politicians keeping the NRA in full. No modification on ANY guns… no higher restrictions or protocols for licensing