Everywhere we look, the world’s getting more difficult. There’s traffic and pollution. Cell phones ringing day and night. We’ve got global warming, and terror alerts. Disappearing bees and school shootings. The drug companies push medication on us relentlessly through a medical system that’s been corrupted by money and brainwashing. How do we cope with all this stress?
Today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head, I’d like to look at a psychological condition that, if we understand it better, can truly change how we approach everything – from science and politics, to human relationships and even society’s laws. This is the process of psychological Inversion that Norberto Keppe discovered in his clinical research over the past fifty years.
Simply put, Inversion is the process whereby we see everything upside down. For instance, we see money as more important than work – so a corporation can lay off 20,000 employees and see its stock price jump in value. We think disease comes from bacteria and viruses, rather than that it primarily comes from a loss in inner force because of our psychological states of mind. We think it’s a jungle out there and live our lives accordingly.
This is a large topic becasue our Inversion of values and priorities is everywhere. We’ve talked about it in many ways already on this Podcast – related to money and power, and even quantum physics and reality, which are quite different when seen through non-inverted eyes.
Today, I want to focus our sights on stress. Have a listen and let me know what you think: email@example.com
Sofie Bergqvist is a Swedish teacher and international lecturer and seminar leader who’s been studying and working at Norberto Keppe’s International Society of Analytical Trilogy for over ten years. She joins me today.