The Hereticals

Our mind is not omnipotent | #16: The Hereticals [spoken in English]

In our days, there is a broader, widespread and fashionable tendency in popular psychology: the idea that we always get (or attract) whatever we think, that in one sense through our so-called “thought-forms” we are able to selectively draw to ourselves elements from our surroundings...
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We are not only what we are thinking | #1: The Hereticals / subbed

In our days, there is a broader, widespread and fashionable tendency in psychology, or rather in popular psychology: the idea that we always get (or attract) whatever we think... Consequently, if I think positively, if I am an optimist, I shall attract events that are good for me… 
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In the miracle of our moments | #2: The Hereticals / subbed

Any experience is first composed on non-conscious lower (I mean simply less complex) levels and then passes on to higher (only in terms of complexity) levels to be more and more refined, until it reaches a coherent form and enters our conscious mind. As a metaphor, I would suggest the image of a tall building...
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Inner child: angel? demon? | #5: The Hereticals / subbed

...alienated past aspects of our selves, imprisoned in non-conscious regions of our being (the "Shadow"), are able to affect our present adult life, crucially and often destructively. In such cases, we suffer greatly. We start repeating in our adult present again and again what we were doing in our childhood
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Is there what we call “time”? | #7: The Hereticals / subbed

I think that I can go nowhere if I start by the axiom that my self-sense and what is presented by my senses is anyway "mistaken" - "wrong". I shall immediately feel "not good enough" and guilty because I am loosing some eternal truth. So I become a child scolded by his/her parents because she/he...
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I wonder if you deserve my fragile trust | #8: The Hereticals / subbed

What does exactly mean the word "trust"? And how are we abusing it in our habitual connections? Maybe, sometimes, we use it as a tool to control the Other or as an excuse for us to play the victim? When, how, whom or what can we really trust in a meaningful way?
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What am I asking for when I ask to be forgiven? | #11: The Hereticals / subbed

"Forgiveness" seems to be a very "hot" subject in our hypocritical  consumer societies. But what might be hidden in our asking to be forgiven? Why often, when we did something that we think it is "wrong", we eagerly accept to "pay" endlessly, again and again, in order to somehow balance what we consider to be...
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The paradox theory of change | #12: The Hereticals / subbed

Why sometimes comes a moment and everything breaks while we were enthusiastically marching towards our goal to radically change things in our lives, optimistic and positively thinking, fully trusting our power? What might be some hidden paradoxical aspects of the process of any change? 
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I cannot or I don’t want? | #13: The Hereticals / subbed

To process this "I cannot stand it any more" we learn that either we must become aggressive and destroy what troubles us, or we have to suffer it and try to "accept" it passively by developing ourselves to remain beyond our feelings of despair, anger and sadness.
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The limits of forgiveness | #10: The Hereticals / subbed

Why is meaningless the habitual and fashionable suggestion in our days: “If I forgive my abusers I shall heal the wounds they inflicted”? Maybe the question itself "to forgive or not" is useless, since it is "heard" differently by different aspects of our own selves?
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Mistakes cannot exist | #4: The Hereticals / subbed

The existential roots of an error in being, and of our accompanying guilt as children, can resonate within our adult time in adult situations and create tormenting feelings which can dreadfully affect our course through life. Then we may be like guilty children who failed to cope with the difficulties of growing up...
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