literally drive you and Robin Williams
Why Life in America Can Literally Drive You...
to get to fb's comments on the above
statement from psychosynthesis site, see 1st psykosyn link below in this post (these links don't accompany text directly below at said site)
"Wilber's conception of the levels is also supported by several theories of
The world in a nutshell. Scroll down and start with the para beginning "It is true that etymological associations... Forget that sentence; go to the next.
The world in six nutshells (all 2014)
developmental psychology, including:
Piaget’s theory of cognitive development http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piaget's_theory_of_cognitive_development
Kohlberg’s stages of moral development http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lawrence_Kohlberg's_stages_of_moral_development
Maslow’s hierarchy of needs http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maslow's_hierarchy_of_needs
Erikson’s stages of psychosocial development http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erikson's_stages_of_psychosocial_development
Jane Loevinger’s stages of ego development http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loevinger's_stages_of_ego_development
super ego http://www.criticalpsychoanalysis.com/gpage1.html
Integral Psychosynthesis, comparison of Wilber and Assagioli http://www.psykosyntese.dk/a-198/
"In spite of the narcissist’s aura of grandiosity and bubble of self-sufficiency, the narcissistic individual is extremely thin-skinned. This individual constantly takes offense at the way people treat him/her (e.g., they don't treat him/her with enough respect and don't appreciate this individual enough) and frequently feels mistreated. "
'. . . . Since he is not psychotic and totally out of touch with reality, he is occasionally forced to recognize the presence of a benefactor. The emotional incursion of such an idea is warded off by demeaning the gift or the person who has given it. If a gift is unworthy he doesn’t have to feel gratitude. Not to say that he does not at times proffer thanks.'
quote from Trapped In The Mirror... by Dr. Elan Golomb
Forgot to include these in my comment last night. Don't know if they'll link here; might have to paste the urls.
"Once it was routine for many respected social critics such as Lewis Mumford and Erich Fromm to express concern about the impact of modern civilization on our mental health. But today the idea that the mental illness epidemic is also being caused by a peculiar rebellion against a dehumanizing society has been, for the most part, removed from the mainstream map. When a societal problem grows to become all encompassing, we often no longer even notice it."
"Why Life in America Can Literally Drive You Insane" Levine
"It's time to talk about our mental illnesses" 9/17/15 http://www.truth-out.org/opinion/item/32838-it-s-time-to-talk-about-our-mental-illnesses