have to sort through many types of stimuli,
We develop mental capacities to deal with them but we also
Deepen our ego’s distorted perceptions of being separate from
the other ‘departments’ of the self.
must be fully realized, and understood…
Before one can begin to Transcend them, Grow and Go Beyond
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an Introduction by Roger Curley
This Big Mind evaluation is created from ancient Zen,
Transcended and Integrated into the Deepest aspects, practice and training of
Integrating Jungian Phycology techniques, thus,
Manifesting a 'way'
To look at the way ‘we - our -self' initially sees ... Life
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This process compartmentalizes the countless parts of our mind
and how 'it' thinks about certain situations.
How the basic departments, or parts of 'us' operate.
Once aware of these 'departments',
we can study them empirically and not emotionally
Then see any particular life issue from a broader perspective
and render a better plan of action.
Is what modern psychoanalyzing psychology strives to accomplish.
By getting sort of ' in tune’ with or aware of' the various mental departments,
We can better identify a path to take or a line of thinking
that will take into account all of these departments
in a rational, well thought out process.
Take all of the basic departments and
integrate with the Higher departments
~ It's That Simple ~
Dennis Genpo Roshi - a modern American Zen Master -
Presents 'our Being', our mind-body-spirit,
as a Dysfunctional Company.
Seeing how most of us don’t start out with a fully functional mind process,
We don’t even realize
that our minds operate so much like a Dysfunctional company.
Most never realize that there’s a better, a more optimal way to function.
presents ever changing challenges and our fears, insecurities, doubts...
which manifest as our Egos - which by their nature, each ego wants to assume
'It' is the most important, and then becomes an un-mutable voice,
that significantly shapes our thought process.
This shows up in life naturally,
say when you about to be run over by a train.
Fear takes the complete, un-abashed authority to take center stage
and make its Fears known.... Thus
other 'departments' take over and inspire a quick sprint to da curb.
That's natural, ... all good....
This happens even with the 'lower realms of ego, like
if you think someone is trying to cleverly insult you, or is
out right verbally pitching a shit fit to you. At this point, to most folks,
many departments of our ego will rise up and assume that they are the most violated and must take command.
Most often in Life...
We do not benefit from this behavior,
it's like speaking out of our ass,
but in the case of our minds...
we can be tooting from
a very large and ever changing number of 'orifices'
The Big Mind Process uses, in part ,
The Jungian therapeutic technique practice of 'Voice Dialog',
Designed to expand the individual's ability to make choices in life
rather than to behave in an automatic and unconscious fashion,
highly influence by our emotions and egos.
It allows a person to step out of their ego,
Take a bigger and more encompassing
Balanced Perspective on the Life Issues at hand.