But let’s take up this, now, just on a very blunt, forward basis. You’re making this person learn something. All right. To the degree that you run Mimicry, it has some slight therapy. You say, “One-two-three,” he says, “One-two-three.” Now, that means that you have made him make his voice say “One-two-three.” See? You have [...]
Now, ole’ Frieda Fromm-Reichmann, the great Frieda Fromm-Reichmann, has a process which is intensely successful. If she knew where to go from there, she would be a great psychiatrist. She is the greatest in the United States and the world, almost, today, but that doesn’t make her a very great psychiatrist.
One of the earliest uses of it was by a fellow by the name of Homer Lane. Lane went into an insane asylum in England and he said to the individuals involved in the management of this insane asylum, “I want to see your toughest case.” He was not a psychiatrist (most [...]
Aberration is the thing. The psychiatrist and psychologist are playing right into the hands of the engrams and aberration by crediting aberration itself with enormous strength, and have rendered it less possible for the problem to be solved or for people to be sane by saying that neurosis is the
thing which makes a genius. This [...]
This whole idea of “don’t have to work” is the same as “don’t push away the MEST vectors which are coming in from 360 degrees.” And “don’t have to work” means to be satisfied to let the patterns which MEST makes exist on every hand untroubled and undisturbed. In view of the fact these are [...]
A psychiatrist, Frieda Fromm-Reichmann1, put into my hands a processing manual for psychiatrists, which gives the new psychiatrist a lot of tips on how to practice his profession. She did me a lot of good in that moment, because she gave me a tool to use in case the fire gets too heavy.
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