martes, 6 de agosto de 2013

The unconscious: our boss unknown

Knowing how our unconscious allows us to gradually reduce the multiple and distressing conflict with ourselves.

It is consistent with psychoanalytic theory believe in determinism and free will to disbelieve.

This is because we also believe that we acted and we believe we are spoken.

This strange syntax is because usually, outside of psychoanalysis, the verbs 'act' and 'talk' are used based on the widespread belief in free will.

Commonly thought that everyone "acts" and "speaks" when you want to and because they want to, however, one of the pillars of psychoanalysis is the existence of a part of the psyche that is unconscious, ie influences us without our awareness.

In this theoretical context that human beings think "makes" and "says" things under the orders of a part of him of which he is aware and, therefore, not have control because we can not control without knowing anything of what be monitored.

It is consistent with the belief that there is an unconscious that governs us think that our actions and those reported some features of that unconscious that governs us.

To paraphrase the saying, you might think something like "Tell me how thoughtless litter and tell you who you are."

So the consultants of psychoanalysis offered for the technician to try to know what criteria is handled that part of the psyche that makes us 'doing' and 'saying' things all the time.

When we begin to know the philosophy of the invisible leader, (the unconscious), naturally we started a process that we apply all the time to adapt to the reality as we know it, as we think it is.

For example, if we learn that in our unconscious hate our brother understand why we fight fraternal associations (unions, for example).

Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): El inconsciente: nuestro jefe desconocido.
(Este es el Artículo Nº 1.963)

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