Rumi and Self Psychology

Two Astonishing Perspectives for the Discipline and Science of Self Transformation

Rumi and Self Psychology

This books discusses the concepts of self, Carl Jung's concepts of psyche, self discovery, self actualization, self liberation, self determination, self assertion, self discipline, among other.

Rumi & Self Psychology (Psychology of Tranquility)

Two Astonishing Perspectives for the Discipline and Science of Self Transformation: Rumi's Poetic Language Vs. Carl Jung's Psychological Language

Rumi & Self Psychology (Psychology of Tranquility)

This books discusses the concepts of self, Carl Jung's concepts of psyche, self discovery, self actualization, self liberation, self determination, self assertion, self discipline, among other.

Rumi & Self Psychology (Psychology of Tranquility)

Two Astonishing Perspectives for the Art and Science of Self Transformation: Rumi's Poetic Language Vs. Carl Jung's Psychological Language

Rumi & Self Psychology (Psychology of Tranquility)

A psychological perspective, combined with interviews that attempt to bring more understanding to the increasing global confusion in the hope of bringing root-oriented and practical solutions rather than idealistic quick fixes which will get us nowhere.

There Is One Religion

The Religion of Know Thyself

There Is One Religion

This book attempts to answer those seemingly ordinary questions of life, with deep factual/practical answers. How do I get to my core being? Who am I? What do I do with my religion, culture, environment, family, gender, childhood etc., and how should I interact with these aspects of my identity? I feel like I have no use for some of these concepts. Do I need to learn about them, and if so, why? How do I put a meaning to my life? What do I do with my emotional baggage? Others say I have it all, so why do I feel empty, sometimes? Why do I have such an emotional pain and can't cure it? I have so many people around me, so why do I feel lonely sometimes? In this book there is a case example of an individual who learned about her culture, religion, and family background to ease her self-growth process. An individual who used her immigration experience as a blessing, considering herself privileged to have had experienced living in two seemingly different countries in her lifetime, she moved from East to West in her teen life. She came to learn that this experience had expanded her mind, and thought in ways that would not have been possible if she had not immigrated. She also learned ways to learn and acknowledge the aspects of her life that she had escaped from, and found the experience fulfilling and uplifting. At the end, finding one's self, we can learn to move above and beyond any conditioning and become selfless. This is where we become a master of our own existence by design and are granted full access to our free will. But it takes effort, discipline and determination to get there.

There Is One Religion: The Religion of Know Thyself

There Is One Religion: The Religion of Know Thyself

This book attempts to answer those seemingly ordinary questions of life, with deep factual/practical answers. How do I get to my core being? Who am I? What do I do with my religion, culture, environment, family, gender, childhood etc., and how should I interact with these aspects of my identity? I feel like I have no use for some of these concepts. Do I need to learn about them, and if so, why? How do I put a meaning to my life? What do I do with my emotional baggage? Others say I have it all, so why do I feel empty, sometimes? Why do I have such an emotional pain and can't cure it? I have so many people around me, so why do I feel lonely sometimes? In this book there is a case example of an individual who learned about her culture, religion, and family background to ease her self-growth process. An individual who used her immigration experience as a blessing, considering herself privileged to have had experienced living in two seemingly different countries in her lifetime, she moved from East to West in her teen life. She came to learn that this experience had expanded her mind, and thought in ways that would not have been possible if she had not immigrated. She also learned ways to learn and acknowledge the aspects of her life that she had escaped from, and found the experience fulfilling and uplifting. At the end, finding one's self, we can learn to move above and beyond any conditioning and become selfless. This is where we become a master of our own existence by design and are granted full access to our free will. But it takes effort, discipline and determination to get there.

Therapy Dialogue

A Session by Session Therapy Dialogue With an Educated Client Who Went Through the Self-actualization and Self-growth Processes

Therapy Dialogue

This book walks the reader through the process of therapy. In a step by step guide, it discusses what it means to live a life of false self and how to find a sense of real self . It discusses a wide variety of issues like anxiety, family relationship, romantic relationship, negative behaviors and emotions and how to get rid of them, how to get to our full potential, what happiness really means, what is the difference between love and anxious attachment, what is assertiveness, how to process suppressed memories, and how to be able to see deeper into people's intention not just behavior.

Late Life Depression, An Issue of Psychiatric Clinics,

Late Life Depression, An Issue of Psychiatric Clinics,

Apart from Alzheimer's dementia, depressive disorders are emerging to account for the next greatest share of disability among older adults. Depressive illnesses complicate the recovery of many important medical illnesses and are associated with suicide death in the elderly at rates exceeding those seen in young adults. This issue of Psychiatric Clinics provides information for general adult psychiatrists, internal medicine geriatricians, and primary care physicians and care extenders to enable them to meet the most basic needs of depressed older adults. Topics in this issue address the questions: What is late life depression? What are the unique cognitive deficits seen in late life depression? What is the nature of the two-way relationship between medical illness and depression in late life depression? What complications arise from late life depression? What is the relationship between late life depression and dementing illnesses? What assessments should be done of the person with suspected late life depression? What are the psychological treatments for late life depression? What is the role of medications in late life depression? What is the role of alternative treatments in late life depression? Is there a role for ECT/TMS/VNS in late life depression? Vaughn McCall of Georgia Health Sciences University provides his expertise to lead this issue.

The human face of psychology

humanistic psychology in its historical, social, and cultural contexts

The human face of psychology