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Beyond psychology : an introduction to metapsychology

Author: Frank A Gerbode
Publisher: Ann Arbor, MI : Loving Healing Press, 2011.
Series: Explorations in metapsychology series
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frank A Gerbode
ISBN: 9781615991235 1615991239 9781615991242 1615991247 9781615991259 1615991255
OCLC Number: 748675178
Description: xii, 400 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 The Person and the world --
The Person-Centered Viewpoint --
Personal Identity --
Focal and Subsidiary Awareness --
Acts of Perception --
Instrumental Skills --
Learning and Personal Growth --
Unlearning and Relearning --
Identity --
Characteristics of a World --
Entities --
Phenomena: Perceivable Entities --
Facts: Knowable Entities --
Concepts: Conceivable Entities --
The Relationship Among Phenomena, Facts, and Concepts --
Quasi-Entities --
The Person-World Polarity --
Personal Reality --
The Nature of Reality --
Reality and Concurrence --
ch. 2 Ability --
Being --
Having --
Having as Potential Causation --
Prehension --
Fetching and Acquiring --
Releasing and Losing --
Summary of Terms Relating to Having --
Ways of Prehending --
Assent and Intention --
The Meaning of "Yes" --
Two Kinds of Assent --
Considering --
Knowing --
Doing --
Creative Actions --
Creating Concepts-Conceiving --
Creating Phenomena-Picturing Note continued: Creating Facts-Postulating --
Receptive Actions --
Intention, Action, and Inaction --
The Resultant Intention --
Involuntary Actions --
Automaticities --
ch. 3 The Anatomy of Experience --
The Mind --
The Mind-Body Problem --
The Problem of Communication --
Intention and Time --
Cycles --
Activity Cycles --
Assent and Intention --
Balancing Acceptance and Commitment --
Limits on Intention --
Incomplete Cycles --
Dimensions of Experience --
The Spatial Dimensions --
The Temporal Dimension --
The Polar Dimension --
Movement Along the Polar Dimension --
Causation and the Polar Dimension --
Dimensions of an Activity --
Success and Emotion --
How Success Affects Emotion --
Emotion and Physiology --
How Emotion Affects Success --
ch. 4 The Genesis of Personal Reality --
The Learning Cycle --
The Organizing of Experience --
The Pleasure Principle --
Relief --
Aesthetics --
Order --
Simplicity --
Continuity --
Scope --
Ease --
Stability --
Congruity Note continued: Logical Consistency --
Alignment --
Heuristics --
Balancing Pleasure, Order, and Heuristics --
Empowerment, Validity, and Value --
Falsehood --
The Effect of Time --
Cardinality --
Closeness and Affinity --
Affinity for People --
Affinity for Impersonal Entities --
Desire-and Abhorrence --
Affinity and Importance --
Closeness and the Emotional Scale --
Desire and Ability --
Understanding --
Control --
Ability --
Intention-A Combination of Desire and Ability --
Drive --
Intention and Power --
Power is a Means, Not an End --
The Power Triad Drive, Control, and Understanding --
Drive --
Control --
Understanding --
The Ascending Power Triad --
Triad of Debilitation --
Power and Empowerment --
ch. 5 Personal Relationships --
Communication --
Components of Communication --
The Learning Cycle in Communication --
Communication as an Intentional Act --
Two-Way Communication --
Declarations --
The Person-Centered Context --
Questions and Requests Note continued: Negotiating Communication Cycles --
Communication, Comprehension, and Affection --
Flows --
Causation and Responsibility --
Other-Determinism --
Self-Determinism --
Multi-Determinism --
A Cause and the Cause --
The Six Domains --
The First Domain-The Self --
The Second Domain-Intimates --
The Third Domain-Groups --
The Fourth Domain-Mankind --
The Fifth Domain-Life --
The Sixth Domain-The Infinite --
The Domains as a Hypersphere --
Inverted Domains --
Using the Domains to Help People --
Ethics --
Integrity and Identity --
Worldly Good and Evil --
Personal and Interpersonal Good and Evil --
ch. 6 Disabilities --
Categorizing Disabilities --
Fixation of Identity --
Disabilities of Creating and Receiving --
Upsets --
Misdeeds --
Justifications --
The Function of Justifications --
The Vicious Circle of Misdeeds and Justifications --
Withholds --
Harmful Effects of Withholds --
Reduction of Comprehension --
Erosion of Others' Reality Note continued: Losing One's Own Sense of Reality --
To Communicate or not to Communicate? --
Incongruities and Problems --
Awareness of Incongruity --
Problems --
The Value of Problems --
False Solutions --
The Ability to Have Larger Problems --
Incomprehension and Education --
Incomprehension and the Learning Cycle --
Barriers to Learning ; --
Cumulative Effects of Learning Failures --
Fixed Identities --
ch. 7 Pain and Aberration --
Pain, Aversion, and Repression --
Pain --
Physical Pain --
Situational Pain --
Pain and Unawareness --
Simple Unawareness --
Directed Unawareness --
Repression and Aversion --
Strategies of Repression --
Failure to Perceive --
Failure to Interpret --
Failure to Verify --
Failure to Decide --
Delusion --
Layers of Delusion --
Reaching Underlying Truths --
Stress --
Traumatic Incidents --
The Effects of Incomplete Cycles --
Remembering and Repressing Traumatic Incidents --
Sequences of Traumatic Incidents Note continued: The Traumatic Incident Network (Net) --
Aberration --
Reliving a Past Trauma --
Dealing with Activation --
Repressing and Reliving --
Identification with the Winning Identity --
The Dark Side of Human Nature --
Automaticities --
Automatisms and Skills --
Secondary Gain --
Automatisms and Fixed Identities --
Automatisms as Resistance to Help --
ch. 8 Viewing, an Effective Approach to Personal Enhancement --
The Facilitator --
Two Phases of Learning --
Incomplete Integration --
Integration vs. Reception --
Nurturing Integration --
Viewing as Pure Integrative Learning --
Creating a Safe Environment --
Rules of Facilitation --
Avoiding Dependence --
The Viewing Session --
The Process of Viewing --
End Points and Overruns --
Planning the Viewing Session --
Assessing --
Inquiring --
Inquiring for Data --
Listing --
Indicators --
Recognizing an End Point --
Traumatic Incident Reduction --
What Traumatic Incident Reduction Does --
How TIR Works Note continued: Sequences and Roots --
The End Point of TIR --
The Assessment Step --
The Viewing Step --
The Experienced Viewer --
General and Remedial TIR --
Transcendent Experiences --
Past Lives --
Attached Beings --
Solo Viewing --
ch. 9 Case Planning --
The Curriculum --
Theory of the General Curriculum --
Sections of the Curriculum --
Life Stress Reduction --
Help Section --
Memory Enhancement Section --
Communication Section --
Resolution Section --
Reconciliation Section --
Resilience Section --
General TIR Section --
Rightness Section --
Advanced Techniques --
Unstacking --
Individuation Technique --
Sub-Personalities --
The Turning Point --
Unburdening and Discovery --
Remedial and Curricular Actions --
Following the Viewer's Attention --
Cycling Through the Curriculum --
Disturbance Handling --
Techniques for Disturbance Handling --
Handling Activated Traumas --
Handling Upsets and Worries --
Handling Withholds --
Special Unburdening Techniques Note continued: Types of Viewing Techniques --
What is a Technique? --
Basic Components of Viewing Techniques --
Patterns --
Actions --
Items --
Objects --
Locations --
Directionalities --
End Points --
Technique-Specific End Points --
A Classification of Viewing Techniques --
Receptive Subjective Techniques --
Creative Subjective Techniques --
Receptive Objective Techniques --
Creative Objective Techniques --
Viewing Patterns --
Retrospection --
Inquiring --
Unlayering --
Undoing an Automatism --
"Taking Over" an Automatism --
Extinguishing Automatisms --
Checklist --
Sequential Unlayering --
Combinations of Patterns --
Basic Viewing Actions --
Locating --
Looking and Describing --
Comparing --
Selecting --
Creative Actions --
Life Stress Reduction --
The Initial Interview --
Case Planning for Life Stress Reduction --
Assessment Lists --
Debug Lists --
Handling Overruns --
When to Use a Remedy --
Selection Errors --
TIR Errors --
Emergency Remedies Note continued: In-Life Handling --
Addressing Illness --
Continual Misdeeds --
Handling Failures in Life --
Consultation --
Handling Conditions --
Engagement --
Below Failure --
Failure --
Danger --
Emergency --
Drudgery --
Normal --
Success --
Final Success --
Completing Cycles Program --
The Schema Program --
Remedies for Injuries and Illnesses --
The Touch Remedy --
Pattern for the Touch Remedy --
The Re-Enactment Remedy --
Grounding Remedy --
Remedies for Recent Traumatic Incidents --
Conversational Remedy --
Past-Present Comparison --
Informal TIR --
Training in Applied Metapsychology --
Where to Find a Facilitator.
Series Title: Explorations in metapsychology series
Responsibility: Frank A. Gerbode.

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