Everywhere we look today we see devastation. War is still far too common. Races, religions, classes and cultures are lined up against each other. The ice is melting, the species are disappearing …
It can leave you feeling … well, devastated.
And it all causes a deep wound in the human soul.
Today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head, Healing the Soul and Society.
Well, this is a topic that is daunting to approach, because to begin to treat it means to go deeply into the causes of why society and human beings have gotten so far from the truth of human existence. And this challenges us. Those who hold to evolutionary ideas insist this is just the natural progression from the jungle to civilization. Those who are more socially active point to the transgressions of corporations or the inadequacy of control mechanisms and laws. Most of us are just trying to get by from one day to the next and don’t give it much thought.
But from the point of view of the science of psycho-socio-pathology developed by psychoanalyst Norberto Keppe, we are very far from our true existence, what we were created for. In other words, we are not living as we should. And this is because of our human psychopathology, which is then reflected out into the society we’ve elaborated. This means we are acting against life, against our natural good, beautiful and true essence. And this causes a deep angst in the human soul.
We explore the essence of this theme in all our programs, of course, and I would like to let you know of a couple of other events we’ll be conducting soon to explore it more. We’re holding an International Psycho-Somatic Conference from Mar. 20 – 23, 2008 here in Brazil to explore the latest in Trilogical psycho-energetic medicine. Very provocative, this area, and revolutionary.
And our 19th International Congress of Analytical Trilogy entitled Psycho-Socio Therapy: A New Science for a New World will be conducted from July 4 – 6, 2008, also here in Brazil. A number of psycho-socio therapists will analyze areas like economics, health, education, media, ecology, science, arts and show how they’ve all gone wrong and how to fix them. Ambitious, to be sure, but not over-stated. Keppe’s science is truly remarkable. And unique in its ability to explain the complex interactions between human being and nature. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like more information on either or both of those events.
Today, an expansive conversation with Dr. Claudia Pacheco, vice-president of Keppe’s International Society of Analytical Trilogy.