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HOLISTIC PSYCHOLOGY INDEX

Each center represents an area of human activity
The goal is to bring each center into loving and healthy harmony with yourself and the world

Understanding Human Behaviour

Separating the experiencer from the experience

We are not our experiences, we are the experiencer. The ability to separate the experience from the experiencer is essential to any self development work. This skill can very quickly be learned. For example, jealousy may arise in our emotions. We can relate to it in two ways.

  • "I am jealous" - wrong: Identification with the attitude, we are now taking it personally.
  • "My mind is experiencing jealousy" - right: The individual soul is the calm subjective experiencer and jealousy is a state of mind that has arisen.

The first way is wrong because we mistakingly identify with the experience and this makes it more difficult to deal with. The second way is correct because we have separated the experiencer from the experience and this makes it easier to deal with the experience. We have separated the subject (the experiencer) from the object (the experience).

A great way to understand and master the human experience is to be able to center (identify) yourself with your soul deep within your heart center, or place yourself in an inner space from where you can observe all that is going on in the body, emotions, and mind. From this peaceful, non-attached vantage point we can observe the experience arising in the body, emotions, and mind and we can choose how to relate to all these experiences. For example, hatred may arise and from our vantage point we can choose whether to co-operate with it or not. We become self-masters when we are able to choose whether or not to cooperate with that which is arising in our body, emotions (heart), and mind.

Knowing this, let us now relate to the individual with:

  • Respect
  • Honour to the uniqueness
  • Liking
  • A willingness to understand and communicate in an open and friendly manner
  • Care
  • Appreciation
  • Wisdom
  • Love
Understanding not repression

By understanding something we can control and master it and free ourselves from being a slave to it. By understanding human psychology we can begin to overcome and remove internal conflicting conditions in heart (emotions) and mind, conditions that can lead us to suffer, conditions that we don't have to hold onto, conditions that can be healed.

Masterying the human experience, expressed by the seven center system, is about being on friendly, healthy, sattvic terms with your seven centers.

Neither tamasic denial nor rajasic addiction is necessary and both are states of enslavement and result in error, vice, and unnecessary suffering.

The wise are on friendly yet masterful terms with their seven centers. To be on friendly terms is the best way to understand and master your seven centers, and thus this human experience.

The friendly master achieves more.


PRELIMINARY STUDY
  1. Introducing the seven center holistic health system
  2. Purification of the seven centers
  3. Integration Of The Seven Centers
  4. Personality and the Seven Centers

THE INDIVIDUAL
  1. All-in-One: The Seven Center (chakra) Holistic Health System
  2. Adolescence
  3. Adult Development
  4. Anatomy
  5. Anxiety
  6. Archetypes: Definable Universal Behavioural Patterns
  7. Attachment
  8. Attitude
  9. Childhood
  10. Character
  11. Comfort Zone
  12. Communication
  13. Comparison with others
  14. Conditioning
  15. Confidence
  16. Conflict
  17. Conscious, Subconscious, Unconscious
  18. Dharma: Guidelines for Holistic Health, Wise Living, and Enlightenment
  19. Death
  20. Defence mechanisms
  21. Delusion (Pleasure Seeking)
  22. Depression
  23. Desire and Aversion
  24. Diet
  25. Disappointment
  26. Doubt
  27. Education:
  28. Emotion
  29. Emotional Intelligence and Management
  30. Emotional detachment
  31. Enjoyment
  32. Enlightenment
  33. Expectation
  34. Extroversion
  35. Family
  36. Fear
  37. Freud's trinity: Id, ego, superego
  38. Gender
  39. Guilt
  40. Habits
  41. Healing
  42. Human brain
  43. Human nervous system
  44. Humility
  45. Imagination
  46. Inadequacy
  47. Inhibition
  48. Inner Self Critic
  49. Insecurity
  50. Integration of the Seven Centers
  51. Intellect
  52. Introversion
  53. Learning
  54. Life Review
  55. Limitations and boundaries
  56. Mistakes
  57. Mood Awareness
  58. Nihilism
  59. Nutrition
  60. Past
  61. Patience
  62. Personality:
  63. Problems:
    • Acknowledging
    • Identifying
    • Planning solutions
    • Implementing solutions
    • Outcome and review
    • Spiritual considerations
  64. Problem Psychology:
  65. Power
  66. Pleasure Seeking Delusions
  67. Principles
  68. Problem solving
  69. Psychosomatic responses
  70. Punishment and reward
  71. Purification
  72. Purpose and motivation
  73. Rating experiences
  74. Reacting and Responding
  75. Relationships
  76. Repression
  77. Respect
  78. Responsibility
  79. Sattvic Lifestyle: balanced/good/healthy/holistic
  80. Self image
  81. Self righteousness
  82. Self respect
  83. Self esteem
  84. Sexual development
  85. Soul
  86. Stages of Human Development: Erickson and Maslow
  87. Stereotype
  88. Stress and the stress response:
  89. Subconscious mind
  90. Success
  91. Superstition
  92. Suppression and Repression
  93. Temperament:
  94. Temptation: Indulgence in impure activities
  95. Three Center System: Physical, Mental, Emotional
  96. Vice and Virtue
  97. Willpower

THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE FAMILY
  1. Family:
  2. Our Parents
  3. Conditioning
  4. Childhood
  5. Adolescence
  6. Psychological Birth: Developing autonomy and independence

THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE WORLD
  1. Anthropology
  2. Assertion
  3. Communication
  4. Competition
  5. Conditioning
  6. Cooperation
  7. Culture
  8. Dharma: Guidelines for Holistic Health, Wise Living, and Enlightenment
  9. Duty
  10. Groups
  11. Holistic Life Management
  12. Individual (the) and the World
  13. Life roles
  14. Relationships
  15. Socialization
  16. Sociology
  17. Sympathy
  18. Systems
  19. Technology
  20. Time
  21. Tools
  22. Three level model of human behavior
  23. Work, Rest, Play, Improve
  24. World: Community of Life on Earth

THE INDIVIDUAL AND EXISTENCE
  1. Identity: Who am I?
  2. Probabilities within eternity
  3. Transcendent considerations

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