Free Will and Determinism

The existence of free will always goes hand in hand with determinism. Free will is defined as a choice that is free and independent thereby makes it a voluntary decision. From a philosophical aspect, it is a personal choice which is expressed by human that is not merely determined by physical or divine factors. Stimulated by rain, a frog croaks, or a rooster crows at dawn.

Transactional Analysis and Ego States

Eric Berne, the founder of Transactional Analysis developed the PAC model, the three ego states, Parent, Adult and Child. These are a mixture of behaviours, thoughts and feelings. The Parent ego state, or exteropsyche - is a state in which people think and behave like their own parental figures did in their childhood. When in the Parent ego state people will often tell you "You are not allowed to do that", or "This is not good!

The Amazing Power of Synchronicity

Synchronicities are meaningful coincidences. Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung was perhaps the best known theorist of synchronicity. For Jung, the cosmos was not the great machine of the modern science, but more of an intelligent, organic entity. Here is my account of an amazing synchronicity, and how it changed me. A serendipitous cosmos is a playful, childlike one, and an adventurous and joyful approach to life encourages synchronicity.

What is Psychiatry? - A Common Sense Guide, Part One

Psychiatry is a nineteenth century school of the mind, which believed that: Man is an animal. All Man's thought, emotion, inspiration, hopes and dreams result from chemical and electrical activity in the brain. Man has no soul. The causes of Man's woes cannot be rectified but they can be suppressed and their symptoms anesthetized by a direct attack on the body, brain and nervous system, through electric shocks and other methods of altering structure, such as removing or disabling sections of the brain or chemical poisons known as drugs.

BUPA's Shock Pressure on Private Physiotherapy

BUPA's introduction of its recent tender process has caused anger and grave concern amongst private physiotherapists. BUPA is the largest private medical insurer in the UK and has been reviewing orthopedic services recently, now moving on to the reported inequalities in private physiotherapy services. BUPA's intentions are stated to be to look at the alleged inequalities in quality, cost and customer service in physiotherapy provision across the country.

Motivation in the Classroom

As a former teacher myself, I have often spoke of learning from and with my students. In the classroom, there are a host of agendas, ideas, and motivating factors that work together mechanically to produce a desired outcome. But sometimes the mechanics are far from functional as often times students are not willing participators, intrinsically or extrinsically unmotivated to perform directed tasks or even less than concerned about their work.

Criminal Justice - Why Study Anti-Social Behaviour?

In the UK, "anti-social behaviour" and "ASBOs" (Anti-Social Behaviour Orders) have increasingly become crime-related buzzwords over the last ten years. This has been a consequence of the Labour government's introduction of a civil order as punishment for those who are disorderly (i.e. ranging from being a noisy neighbour to being verbally abusive), this prevents the individual from going to certain places and talking to certain people after it is issued.

What is a Psychiatric Patient? A Common Sense Guide to Psychiatry - Part Three

A study of psychiatry's diagnostic manual will confirm this for anyone who cares to look. Examples of nuances of human behavior and the ups and downs of living re-categorized as an "illness" requiring treatment include: - Seasonal Anxiety Disorder (feeling "blue" at Christmas). - Dyspraxia (the tendency of children to be clumsy) - Sexual Addiction (the tendency of some people to be sexually overactive or unethical) - Depression (feeling down after a loss, redundancy and so on.

Covert Trance Induction - Seven Vital Keys to Mastery

Covert Trance Master Videos Essential elements for covert trance. Almost everyone who gets into hypnosis develops an interest in learning how to quickly and covertly induce trance. Why would you want to covertly put someone into a trance? Because being able to put someone quickly and easily into a trance is fun, it proves to critics that hypnosis/trance exists, and it's a great way to improve your skills as either a stage or therapeutic hypnotist.

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