The illusion of dualism discerns the opposites of acceptance or rejection. Thus, people locked in the relative matrix world accept some things and some reject them. Those who conform to their knowledge accept, others reject. It can happen that a person wants and does not want some things, so there is a conflict of acceptance and rejection. An internal conflict of relative values ​​and meanings is projected onto the desktop reality – the world.

Psychology has tried to partially deal with this schism. By reconciling internal conflicts, psychology is not trying to change worldly circumstances, but is seeking to obtain a wholesome personality, which can function as a social being. If a person fulfills his / her obligations on time, is not on drugs, is eating unhealthily, does not destroy government, he/she will not be treated psychologically, because he/she is considered healthy, there is no internal conflict. Such a person may be deeply unconscious and ignorant, but in a psychological sense he is considered healthy. In psychotherapy, which mainly deals with the remnants of childhood trauma and psychological patterns that underlie the psychological state of the adult, psychologists recommend the absolute acceptance of all their personalities. If there are (only) murderous instincts of a frustrated child inside you, you should embrace that child, tell him you love him, thereby healing that child’s wound and making his personality more compact – more powerful.

All negative parts should be accepted, assuming that the positives have already been accepted, which is normal, in order for the internal conflict to disappear. This principle is also known as “Embrace your shadow”, in which the shadow is the Jungian principle of unconsciousness.

Any parts of the personality that would normally belong to the Ego if they were integrated, but were suppressed due to cognitive or emotional mismatch, move into the Shadow. The specific contents of the Shadow may change, depending on the Ego’s attitude and how much he can defend himself. Generally speaking, the Shadow has an immoral quality or a quality that is in a “bad reputation” and contains personality characteristics that are contrary to the customs and moral rules of society. She is the other side of the Ego. [1]

All unaccepted parts go into the subconscious and act covertly and need to be found and accepted in order to strengthen the psyche. When you find these parts, you accept them by saying, “That’s me, too.” This method of acceptance is only partially supported in psychology. It supports the person in accepting their parts but does not support accepting all life situations. If the situation is stressful for the ego, it should be rejected / changed because it has an adverse effect on it. This also makes sense if the ego is weak and constantly loses energy in external conflicts. It is only when the ego becomes strong that the therapist should encourage the person not to avoid any life situations.

All of these processes are very complex and time consuming because of the subtlety and subjectivity of the topic, and it is very difficult to reconcile therapist and client. These processes can take a very long time and be successful only if the therapist is a person who is very aware of all these processes, almost wise.


Psychology is one of the youngest “scientific” disciplines, just over 100 years old. The task is the same study of a person’s state of mind and the elimination of problems or “diseases” of the psyche. This “disease” is the reason why psychology is classified as treatment and belongs to the medical profession. In recent times, psychological disorders have been attributed to spells, spells, evil spirits, and other invisible phenomena. Many people believed this, and even though it may seem very primitive today against the “scientific” psychological approach, do not dismiss such explanations immediately without any study or deliberation.

My spiritual authorities have a twofold view of psychology. Some see it as a great tool on the path to the infinite (Sai ​​Baba, Gurdjieff), while others dismiss it as an illusion and a waste of time (Mooji, Ramana). They have embraced the path of directness, a shortcut in which there is no room for dealing with any illusion, whatever it may be called and whether it is scientific or not.

The danger of dealing with one’s own psychology is that the person thinks that he or she is his own psyche / personality / program and that, with certain benefits, the facilitation provided by the psychological treatment, he will remain in that world forever.

Psychological treatments are a great crutch in the process of learning to walk, but can become a replacement for your legs. In psychological treatment, a person is stuck in new spaces where he or she feels safe and accepted by the therapist that he or she does not dare or want to leave the space. Let’s be honest, let’s just say that most people don’t even want a jack pot, but just a few bucks that feel better than usual. The fear of rejecting crutches becomes an obstacle to walking independently. Psychology should be solely a tool in reaching full awareness. Unfortunately, medical psychology does not serve these purposes (medicines) today.

By illuminating the subconscious processes, the unknown has now become known. As good as it is, meanings still leave the possibility that the mind engages in therapeutic methods and processes with various interpretations and definitions, which will draw doubt from the source of the problem (mind) to other – the unknown.

At the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, at the end of the 19th century, the withdrawal of man from the earth/country and the forcible suffering in cities full of smoke, concrete, steel resulted in a huge and sudden disturbance in the mental balance of man. Workers would lose the will to live, the motive for work, and it was necessary in some way to cure them at least to the extent that they were capable of working, that is, supporting the capitalist system.

The official psychology discover its founder in a therapist of Jewish descent – Sigmund Freud, who reduced a man to mere libido, saying that the human primary being was determined by satisfying sexual (anal – genital) needs. Every urge of man is determined by libido. Such an utterly humiliating notion of the essence of man became dominantly accepted in medicine, and Freud became the father of psychology. Much more human theory about the human psychological dimension was put forward by Wilhelm Reich, a student of Freud who quickly came into conflict with his teacher and was expelled from the therapist chamber in Austria. His methods were very effective, as he looked at man through all dimensions and developed a method of body-oriented psychotherapy. For a reward from society for his work and the discovery of orgone energy, as a very important part of the therapeutic process, he was imprisoned, where he died, while his books and materials were the subject of public incineration.

Medical psychotherapy has, in a general sense, been reduced to psychoanalysis and the distribution of pills, of which after therapy you can no longer be removed. Today’s alternative psychological directions make extensive use of Reich’s methods, which are essentially considered illegal therapy, and its proponents are overbearing. The main goal of almost all of today’s medical treatments for humans is to be sick, stupid and unaware, but to the extent that they can work and pay their “obligations” and be a loyal citizen.

In psychology, there is constant resistance because one wants to preserve their identities, their essence. In such treatments, the reality of the personality is never called into question, which is actually topping up the oil. The danger of psychological treatments in accepting their personalities of all forms and omens is that many think that they are their own personalities, that this is what makes them theirs. Developing a stable ego, which will struggle vigorously in the illusory matrix and will not collapse in the face of adversity, is a priority. The fact that this unconscious ego will perish sooner or later on the commercial-existential battlefield, and may eventually be reborn with the same problems, does not concern the person or therapist and is not psychologically relevant. The moment you ask yourself this question of ultimate sense, psychology ceases to be relevant, because it does not provide any acceptable answer. Then you move into an area where there is no mainstream science or institute with a specific curriculum. Then you are somehow left alone, or possibly helped by conscious people who often speak incomprehensible language and words that cannot be defined. But let’s try …

from the book “An insignificant book”