Wednesday, January 21, 2009

“Interlacing Science and Faith”. Table of Contents.


1. First intuitions. 2. Beginning the search. 3. Encounter with the esotericism: Gurdjieff teachings. Esoteric Psychology. 4. Brief autobiographical note on the presence of The Feminine. 5. “Levels of being”, Emotional Maturity, Harmony of the Structure of the Character and “Levels of Spirituality”. 6. First revealed Interlacing. 7. Copernicus, Galileo and the dethronement of the Homo Sapiens. 8. Freud and his impact in the humanity. 9. The discovery of the Infantile Sexuality. Synthesis of Psychoanalysis: Responsibility. 10. Psychoanalysis and the “nonscientists” systems of Inner Development. 11. Moral responsibility. 12. My encounter with the Christian Spirituality. First steps towards the Holistic Spirituality. 13. What is this book? 14. The forms of the Spirituality. 15. The Holistic Spirituality. 16. What this book is not. 17. Intention of this book. 18. Who is for and who is not for this book? 19. Bureaucratic churches and fundamentalist clergymen.


Chapter 1.
XXI Century Science.
1. 1 Traditional Science and its only object of study, the material. Descartes, Newton. The Positivism. 1. 2 The New Holistic Science admits as study object, the not-material: the mind and the spirit. 1. 3 Interlacing and Holistic Science. The scientific approach in XXI Century. 1. 4 The material Universe. 1. 5 The immaterial Universe. 1. 6 Cognitive Processes: living is knowing. 1. 7 Psychoanalysis, pioneer of Holistic Science.

Chapter 2.
XXI Century Physics.
Introductory note on Vibrations. 2. 1 Physics of the “loose gears” or “loose bricks”. 2. 2 Time, space and the loose mind. 2. 3 First indications of “revealing of the Quantum”. What Quantum Physics is? What are the quanta? And… what is the Quantum? 2. 4 The infinitely immense interstellar Universe. Einstein, the space-time and the gravity. 2. 5 The infinitely small sub-atomic Universe. Quantum interlacing. Electrons quicker than the thought: EPR Paradox. 2. 6 Uncertainty Principle. The mind and the conscience of the observer. Global Consciousness Project: first investigations on the influence of the not-material on the material. 2. 7 An implicit order in the Universe. The "not evident". The physicists and the “superior reality”. Interlacing Quantum Physics and Spirituality. 2. 7. 1 My leitmotiv: to enunciate and to develop a Holistic Hypothesis on Spirituality as a human experience. 2. 8 Mystics, spiritualist and esoteric schools that in distant times intuited the quantum realities.

Chapter 3.
The influence of the not-material on the material.
3. 1 “What the bleep we know…” The Quantum Physics. 3. 2 Quantum Attitude and spiritual Attitude. Things versus possibilities of conscience. 3. 2. 1 The prayer and the Law of Attraction. 3. 3 Global Conciousness Project (GCP) and the use of the Random Events Generator (REG). 3. 4 The first REG. 3. 5 Global Conciousness Project 3. 6 The GCP and Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle. 3. 7 Field experiments: field-REG and Conscience of Group. 3. 8 Experimentally modifying the frequencies of Random Events by emotional expressions. 3. 9 Scientific antecedents in the study of the influence of the not-material on the material. 3. 10 Carl Gustav Jung and the Collective Unconscious. 3. 11 Rupert Sheldrake and the “extended mind”. Morphic fields. How and where from the form emerges? 3. 12 Morphogenetic Fields. 3. The 13 Morphogenetic Fields are intrinsically Holistic. 3. 14 Mental Fields and brains. 3. 15 Chaos and brain. 3. 16 Society like a super organism. 3. 17 Human groups and multitudes. 3. 18 The “Extended Mind”. 3. 19 Sensation of “being observed”. 3. 20 “Extended Mind” and praying at a distance. 3. 21 "Global Mind". Holistic vision of the World. 3. 22 Karl R. Popper and John C. Eccles: “The mind and its brain”. 3. 23 Epigenetics.

Chapter 4.
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and the formation of Mind process.
4. 1 Psychoanalytic understandings on formation of the mind. 4. 2 Attitudes, convictions and process. 4. 3 What a baby is? What a child is? Learning the Empathy. 4. 4. 1 Mind Structure: Self and Internal Parents. 4. 4. 2 Identity. 4. 5 Consequences of the faults and errors in the relation of the parents with the baby and the child. 4. 6 First Consequence: Division of the Internal World. In the limit between the Psychoses and the Neuroses. 4. 7 Second Consequence: Devastation of the Self-esteem. The adoration of oneself and Narcissism. Narcissism, as opposed to Self-esteem. 4. 7. 1 Third Consequence. Diffusion of Identity. 4. 8 Integrating the anatomical brain and the subjective brain.

Chapter 5.
Presence and Psychoanalytic Unveiling.
5. 1 Instruments of the psychotherapeutic dialogue. 5. 2 Transference or “the ruling of the experiences of the past". 5. 3 Freeing oneself of the veils of the transference: psychoanalytic unveiling. 5. 4 Replacing the Powerful Negative Internal Parents by the image and presence of the psychotherapist. 5. 5 Presence or "the ruling of the present reality". From psychotherapist’s presence to the Self presence.

Chapter 6.
Inner freedom.
Introductory Note on Freedom. 6. 1 Esoteric Psychology, Inner Glance and Psychotherapy. 6. 2 Functional Autonomy and Inner Freedom. 6. 3 Self-help, Functional Autonomy and the inner source of emotional well-being. 6. 4 How is obtained, by means of the Psychotherapy, that of “leaving the negativity” and “being positive”?

Chapter 7.
Proximity of two minds and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy.
7. 1 Objectivity and Subjectivity, two ways to be related the Internal World to the External World. 7. 2 External Reality. 7. 3 Internal Psychic Reality. 7. 4 Subject and Object in the Traditional Psychoanalysis. 7. 5 The two subjectivities: 7. 5. 1 Subjectivity/Error. 7. 5. 2 Subjectivity/Understanding. 7. 6 Taking people like utensils: Objectivation and “treating someone like a thing”. 7. 7 Creating and maintaining an open mind: the Subjectality. 7. 8 Subjectality and Spirituality. Spiritual Neuroscience. 7. 9 A small subjectal game of words about the faith. 7. 10 The proximity of two minds: Subjectal relations. 7. 11 Otherness and Mutuality.


Chapter 8.
Playing, magic, Transitional Phenomena and Otherness.
8. 1 Psychoanalytic Model and Gurdjeffian Model. 8. 2 Playing and magic. 8. 3 Omnipotent control and magic. 8. 4 Inside, outside, “Intermediate Zone”, Transitional Phenomena. 8. 5 Learning to wait is learning tolerance to frustration. 8. 6 Playing and waiting. 8. 7 The Subjectal is also the superposition of Intermediate Zones. 8. 8 Black magic and spiritual magic. 8. 9 Playing, magicing, misticing. The otherness. Loving encounter and Sacred Encounter. The Sacred Couple. 8. 10 A Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist in a journey of gurdjeffian work. 8. 11 First interlacing between some aspects of psychoanalytic understanding with some of gurdjeffian understanding.

Chapter 9
Science, the scientists and God. Freedom and fundamentalist clergymen 9. 1 Stigmatization of the believing scientists. 9. 1. 1 Disqualification line I. 9. 1. 2 Why the controversy on the existence of God? An approach to the notion of `freedom'. Love and Freedom. 9. 1. 3 Love and “sin”. 9. 1. 4 A commentary on the three classes of suffering. 9. 2. 1 Disqualification line II. 9. 3 Why the fundamentalist clergymen’s fever forcing the literal acceptance of the Sacred Scriptures? 9. 4 God and the Scientists. 9. 5 Stephen Hawking and the “History of Time”. 9. 6 What would happen if God allowed to be demonstrated through Traditional Science? , or, if He were turned evident to Humanity, being this one as it is now? 9. 7 Scientists, between God and the fundamentalist clergymen. Chance or “random”. “Causes” or chance. 9. 8 Holistic understanding of the origins of life. Creationism, Darwinian Evolutionism, “Intelligent Design” and Evolutionary Creationism. 9. 9 A South African paleontologist joins this cause. 9. 10 Nothing of “convictional affirmations” in this field.

Chapter 10
From primitive life to Homo Sapiens.
10. 1 Origin of the life. 10. 2 Understandings and tools for an adequate study of life as container of spirit. 10. 3 Vital functions. 10. 4 Hydration and basic acid balance. 10. 5 Metabolism. 10. 6 Reproduction. 10. 7 Evolution and specialization. 10. 8 Evolution of the reproduction. 10. 9 Evolution of the Nervous System. 10. 10 Humanization process through the neuronal multiplication of the neurons, circuits and the volume of the brain. 10. 12 Appearance of the Conscience. 10. 13 The Spirit. 10. 14 Dust of stars, original mud. 10. 15 Mind and human spirit. 10. 16 Traditional Science’s fight “to create” artificial life.

Chapter 11.
Approaching to an holistic description of my encounter with God.
11. 1 Methodological approach I: first step in my approach to develop a scientific understanding of the spiritual. 11. 1. 1 From Traditional Science. 11. 1. 2 From Holistic Science. 11. 2 Methodological approach II: my thirst of infinite. Spiritual women in my life. 11. 3 Methodological approach III: construction of a Holistic Hypothesis. 11. 4 Methodological approach IV: under which influences I choose to be placed? Having experiences for God. 11. 5 Methodological approach V: compilation of inner vivencies, experiences and understandings. Having experiences of God. 11. 6 Syntheses of what happens in my Inner World during a session of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. 11. 7 From the methodology of the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, a synthesis of what happens in my Inner World during a spiritual experience. 11. 8 Dialoguing with a not-believer reader. 11. 9 Holistic Science and spiritual life. 11. 10 A little quantum irony.


Chapter 12.
Unveiling the Spiritual: faith.
Introductory note on XXI Century Spirituality, Quantum Physics and Astronomy. Holistic theory of the Traces. 12. 1. Prayer and mystical experience: psychological exploration of Spirituality. 12. 2 The soul, the almatic and the spiritual. 12. 2. 1 The soul. 12. 2. 2 The spirit. 12. 2. 2. 1 The different spiritualities. 12. 2. 2. 2 Identity and the “demonic”. 12. 2. 2. 3 Identity versus Identification from spiritual point of view. 12. 2. 3 Almatic people 12. 3 Beginning of unveiling the spiritual. 12. 4 The "not evident" “superior reality”. 12. 5 Attempt of Holistic synthesis and understanding of the vicissitudes of the human spirit from the “Fall” to before the Salvation. 12. 5. 1 Why God started the Creation? 12. 5. 2. Describing and understanding the “Garden of Eden situation”. 12. 5. 3 Version one of the “Fall”. 12. 5. 4. Version two of the “Fall”. 12. 5. 4. 1 What we took off to God when we “fall”? 12. 5. 4. 2 And… what we gave Him in exchange? 12. 6 The “Fall” and the Salvation. "Sin” and the Cross’s Work. 12. 6. 1 Version one of Salvation. 12. 6. 2 Version two of Salvation. 12. 7 The spiritual, a human experience. Mystical experience. 12. 8 Manifestation of Divinity 12. 9 The subjectal and the spiritual. 12. 9. 1 Religion. 12. 9. 2 Holistic Spirituality.

Chapter 13.
Self-esteem, Narcissism, Idolization and Self adoration: Egomania .
13. 1 “Light people” and Narcissism. 13. 1. 1 “Light culture” and relativization of Moral. Negation of absolutes. Narcissist swelling and negation of God. 13. 2 Self-esteem. 13. 3 Narcissism in the Bible. 13. 4 Psychoanalytic glance to Narcissism. 13. 5 Narcissism according to Psychoanalysis. Contributions of Heinz Kohut and Otto Kerberg. 13. 6 Idolization and self adoration: egomania. 13. 7 Self adoration is, only a psychopathologic phenomenon…? or contains some spiritual element? Analysis of the Temptation. 13. 8 Spiritual Correlate of Suicide.

Chapter 14
How a narcissistic ego affects the practice of Science, Esotericism and the Mysticism?
14. 1 Science. 14. 2 Esotericism. 14. 3 Mysticism.

Chapter 15.
Outline of a Gospel of Lord Jesus Christ for the emotional and mentally disabled people.
15. 1 Is all people apt to understand and to decide about the Sacred Writings? 15. 2 Differences between mental and emotional disabled people. 15. 3 “Light people” and “searching people”. 15. 4. Is it necessary the scientific formation of ministries, shepherds, priests and other spiritual leaders?

Chapter 16. Instinct and “sin”. The ambiguous sensation to having “trimmed” freedom.
16. 1 What the instinct is? 16. 2 Discerning between Mind and Soul. 16. 3 Instinct, instinctive impulse, necessity and desire. 16. 4 Eros, the instinct of love and Tanathos, the instinct of death. The paradox of Eros and Tanathos. Beyond the Pleasure’s Principle. 16. 5 The loose of control and the instinctive manifestations. Sublimation. 16. 6 Freedom, “sin”, “the inconvenient” and “what brings consequences”. 16. 6. 1 Is God a blackmailer? Those who try “to bribe Him”. 16. 7 Privacy, “free consensus” and “sin”. 16. 8 Disdainful “light people” and dissatisfied and worried “searching people”. 16. 9 Choosing under which influences I will place myself. 16. 10 Reiteration on the Otherness or Mutuality. The Sacred Couple. “What God likes” and “what God does not like”. 16. 11 First steps toward “being Christian” from the point of view of the Holistic Spirituality. 16. 12 “Free Will” from the psychological point of view . 16. 13 The psychological problem of Freedom. 16. 14 Spiritual Freedom and God’s suggestions. 16. 15 “Sin” is only “aiming mistake” or “missing the target”. 16. 16 "Sin” and what moves us away about the intention to which we were created.

Chapter 17.
Guilt and punishment. Preoccupation, responsibility, repentance and reparation.
17. 1 What is the guilt? Guilt, an imaginary inner state. 17. 2 Guilt and punishment. 17. 3 Guilt and fundamentalist clergymen. "Sin" promoted by guilt. 17. 4 Freedom, Responsibility, Preoccupation, Reparation. "Punishment" or consequence? Unbalancing and recovering the balance of Universal Justice. Loss of Glory. 17. 5 Recognizing our responsibility before God, and repairing Him. What sanctity is? 17. 6 Responsibility of bureaucratic churches.

Chapter 18.
A ferocious, cruel and vindictive God, or a Loving, Just and Merciful God?
18. 1 God, the poker, the Cosmos and the Law. 18. 2 God’s Justice in the Old Testament: “Sin”, guilt and punishment. 18. 3 God’ Justice in the New Testament: Mercy of God. 18. 4. Does God “allow” the suffering of the humanity? A Princeton academician accuses God as “or incompetent or evildoer”.

Chapter 19.
Worldliness and Spirituality. The evil, the Good and Raising Self Awareness. Conversion. The problem of the Authority. A liberating motivation.
19. 1 “Being worldly” and “being a world man”. 19. 2 Becoming aware of the “sensation of merit”. 19. 3 The evil. 19. 4 Spiritual conversion. 19. 4. 1 About “adrenalin”… 19.5 The “tendency to evil” is not inherent to the world. 19.6 “Raising self awareness” and vital experience. 19. 7 To speak and to display. Conversion. 19. 8 Authority and obedience… or discernment and freedom? Direct authority of God versus human, political or ecclesiastical delegate authority. The Inner Spiritual Authority. 19. 9. A liberating motivation.


Chapter 20.
Scientific humanist Ethics.
20. 1 Subject of will and moral subject. The self and the meaning of life. 20. 2 Meaning of the world must be “outside the world”. 20. 3 So then… why a scientific humanist Ethics? 20. 4 Moral sense. 20. 5 Psychological and psycho-social factors of Ethics. 20. 6 Ethics and Inner Glance. 20. 7 Differences between Ethics and Moral. 20. 8 “Moral education” and the education in love. 20. 9 Valuations, Values and self-devaluation. 20. 10 Reiteration on the unconscious guilt. 20. 11 Scientific humanist Ethics and Emotional Health. 20. 12 Internal, democratic, humanist, natural Ethics versus external, autocratic, clerical Ethics. 20. 13 Natural behavior turned “bad” by the clerical Ethics. 20. 14 The Scientific humanist Ethics cannot be general.

Chapter 21.
Bureaucratic religion and churches. 21. 1. Religion, as opposed to the spiritual. 21. 2 How I can be spiritual without being religious? Is it possible to skip the bureaucratic churches?

Chapter 22.
The way from the Internal Ethics to the Spiritual Moral.
22. 1 What we must do and what we must be. 22. 2 Thought and feelings as vibratory energies determining reactions in natural world. 22. 3 Is it possible a spiritual Ethics without God?


Chapter 23.
Spiritual disciplines and religions: its recommendations and prohibitions about sex.
23. 1 Trying a classification. 23. 2 Evolution from the concrete, material, sexed God, towards the abstract, spiritual non sexed God. 23. 3 Spirituality, eastern Religions, ancient western and American religions: concrete and/or absent Gods. 23. 4 Abrahamic Religions. 23. 4. 1 Catholic Church. Brief glance to History. 23. 4. 1. 1 Comment on Mary Magdalen: was she the First Apostle? Was she the wife of the Savior? 23. 4. 2 The Bible. 23. 4. 3 The Judaism. 23. 4. 4 The Mohammedan. 23. 4. 5 From Christian Spirituality to Holistic Spirituality.

Chapter 24.
Holistic Spirituality, Psychoanalysis and the esoteric Christianity or Bhakti Yoga.
Brief notice on Gurdjieff’s teaching. 24. 1 Cosmology. The Creation Beam and the “factory of suffering”. 24. 2 The effort for conscious work in the Inner Self. External and Internal aid. 24. 3 Worldly effort or “light people’s way of life”. Spiritual effort. 24. 4 Gurdjieff “egos” and conscience levels. 24. 5 All real psychology begins by the study and knowledge of oneself. 24. 6 New parallels between Gurdjieff’s System and Psychoanalysis. 24. 7 Parallels between Gurdjieff’s System and Christian Spirituality. 24. 8 The idea of Good prior Truth.

Chapter 25.
The sacred sense of the no procreative sexuality.
25. 1 Gurdjieff’s System and sexuality. 25. 2 Brief understanding of “the Centers” and the energies in Gurdjieff’s System. 25. 3 What is “correct sexual activity”? 25. 4 Wasting energy. The devastating fighting for power.

Chapter 26.
Tantra Yoga: the Sacred Sexuality and the Cult to The Feminine.
26. 1 What Tantra Yoga is? 26. 2 Not only a sexuality: a complete way of living. 26. 3 Sacred sexuality, spiritual sexuality. 26. 4 The cult to The Feminine and Tantra. 26. 5 Tantric man, tender man. 26. 6 To blood and fire, extirpating the magical women and “civilizing” the millenarian cultures and their wisdom.

Chapter 27
Woman and Spirituality. Spiritual superiority of the Woman. Why the necessity of a no sexed and abstract God?
27. 1 Gabriel Garcia Marquez's proclamation “Women to power”. 27. 2 The failure of the males. 27. 3 Self-esteem and dialogue. Narcissism, monolog and domination. 27. 4 The Goddess, peace and solidarity. 27. 5 The patriarchal God and the reptilian man. 27. 6 From Matriarchy to Patriarchy. The Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s proposal to return to Matriarchy of 27. 7 The way from the sexed God towards the Spiritual God. 27. 8 Teresa de Avila, Juan de la Cruz, and the mystical éxtasis. 27. 9 The Chant of the Chants. 27. 10 The origin of sexual and spiritual superiority of the woman. 27. 11 Pierre Teilhard de Chardin and the Feminine Unitive. 27,12 Gurdjieff, esoteric Christianity and the preeminence of woman.

Chapter 28
And after all this… “where it is, oh death, your sting?” (First Corintian’s Epistle 15: 55).
28. 1 Death and Science. 28. 2 Death and the act to die. 28. 3 Dying of “the other” and the own death. 28. 4 The suffering around the death, manipulated by the bureaucratic churches. 28. 5 Conscience of the death versus fear to the death. 28. 6 Quality of life and quality of death. 28. 7 The “good dying” and humility. 28. 8 A “light people” death: negations and rationalizations. 28. 9 Fear to the dead person and disqualification of the life. 28. 10 Nature of the death. 28. 11 In “the tunnel”. 28. 12 The humanity and its four tunnels. 28. 13 Reiteration on quality of life and quality of death.


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