Tag Archives: Psychology

Stalin – The greatest genocidal tyrant in history

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Nikita Khrushchev held a speech in 1956 where he blamed Stalin for killing millions of people. He provided no documentation of the state and no proof of budget. Everyone believed him and all demogogues and populists and propaganda ghouls out there have since proudly declared Stalin as one of the greatest genocidal tyrants in history of the world. No state ever kills people without a budget and … Continue reading


Being an Introvert or an Extrovert or a Bivert

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It’s not uncommon that introverts are classified “highly sensitive person” and for good reason, because they are in a way more transparent on the surface. Therefore how they’re feeling and how their sensations affect them is often more exposed to others. As a consequence the extroverts are less classified or not at all, for their surface is more shielded and more polished and they seem at first … Continue reading


Gratitude embraces a graceful Universe

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Universe likes gracefulness in you, because it is itself a graceful Universe. That’s why gratitude is more attractive than egocentric selfhisness. For the past 5000 years of human history we have believed in one God. The idea isn’t older than that. Yet human kind is 200.000 years old – approximately. This means that if human kind was only 100 years old, we would have believed in One … Continue reading


Heretic in secular Jungism

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Carl Gustav Jung was a pioneer of modern psychology. He was a contemporary of Sigmund Freud who began his pioneering work earlier but for a while they were great friends and collaborators. Freud was nineteen years older and had already made thoughtful and illuminating breakthroughs in exploring the human psyche when they met. Both of them made great progress in mapping the psyche – if one could … Continue reading