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The ‘Psi-Phenomenon’ of Psychic Energy- From Hans Berger to Carl Gustav Jung

  Psychic Energy, according to Carl Gustav Jung, can be expressed as a form which performs psychological work either by actual or potential forces. The distinction between psychological and physical activities can be understood through these examples- psychological activities include perception, memory, sensory inputs and outputs, thinking, etc., while physical activities include the process of […]

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Lacanian Nucleus of Repression & The Élaboration of the ‘Prägung’

Jacques Lacan, in his seminal work of The Nucleus of Repression, discusses the moment in the élaboration which is always present in an enigmatic way in analysis i.e., wherein the positive effect of interpretation in the transference episode is truly possible. Once this imaginary element becomes “non-integrated”, then the “suppressed, repressed” image arises followed by […]

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Esoteric Principles & Modern Theoretical Physics: Different yet Similar in Universal Essence

Principle of Mentalism and Integrated Information Theory of Physics Generally speaking, almost all the laws of hermeticism have a hold on basic physics, but what’s even more interesting is that the first principle of mentalism is connected to a modern theory of quantum gravity and more importantly the IIT. The first principle, among the 7 […]

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Joker (2019) – A Joaquin Phoenix Masterpiece – Psychoanalysis & Review

    PSYCHOANALYSIS- (27/02/2020) Joker (2019), directed by Todd Phillips is a film with an amalgamation of profound aesthetic and political density, which is accompanied by an imagistic beauty that presents the specters of a Social-Psychological Renaissance. The film is a story of a man who dreams of becoming a successful comedian i.e., the protagonist, […]

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Heuristics and Cognitive Biases

While reading Daniel Kahneman’s work, I came across the science of Heuristics. Heuristics or the technique of heuristic employs a practical method not necessarily optimal or perfect, but sufficient enough for immediate goals. It also leads to cognitive biases. Herbert Simon, in the 1950s, was the first psychologist to suggest that while people strive to […]

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