Answering a Facebook question: “Is it normal for a Christian to contact a psychologist?” In principle, it is normal, but there is a problem: We want to cope with temptations, and many psychologists want to tempt us (such as “helping” us to sleep with as many women as possible). It’s impossible to work together when goals are opposite. But if there is any agreement, even … Continue reading Is it normal for a Christian to contact a psychologist?
My today dream (although I do not already remember details) proves that in sleep a person may have what I call “double consciousness”. The first consciousness (let’s call it “I”) is the consciousness which I have now (in wake), that is the memory of what I “saw” in the dream is perceived as “my” memory, the same consciousness which I saw in the sleep. But … Continue reading Dreams have double consciousness
Recently I have realized why psychoanalysis works in the way it works: Subconscious (called “heart” in Bible) is a generator of ideas. Conscious is a filter of ideas. Subconscious generates many ideas but just a few reach conscious. The purpose of conscious is to filter few good ideas out of many wrong ones. One criterion of filtering is morality. This is commonly called moral conscience. … Continue reading The reason of Freud’s psychoanalysis theory