Useless trials and errors

Conventional psychotherapies are based on different models of psychic functioning, which generally ignore the psychic dimension and all that follows. Behavioral therapies have only partial and superficial effects on single behaviors. Psychoanalysis are often endless and you come out too often with the feeling of not having resolved the bottom of the problems. The esoteric ways speak much of transcendence and energy, but they lack the keys to access them concretely.

Most of the currently proposed methods are mortgaged by the incompleteness of the rationalist paradigm, itself, reflecting the incompleteness of the ordinary psychic functioning. No can not solve the fundamental problems, because they rely on a flawed conception of reality and human nature. Although they mention the existence of a spiritual dimension, they lack the key to the natural access to psychic energies, and contributions of extrasensory messages sufficiently available. This explains the trial and errors, and utterly failures, which are also the source of a certain contempt the population sports for shrinks from all sides.

The classic psychoanalyst, for example, listens to her patient for hours, while hoping to see happening, something that could put him on the right track. When such an indication arises, it decrypts it according to his representations of the human psyche: the ego, superego, conscious, unconscious impulses, Oedipus … but he misses the essential, because from that topical, is lacking the transcendent dimension, whose inaccessibility is the root cause of most problems.

The psychologist explains depression by painful circumstances, exceeding the patient’s resilience, and a depressive tendency blamed on her education or her genetics. The unfortunate is returned to his own shortcomings and misfortunes, enough to grieve even more of his condition. But the real cause of depression, as shown by its immediate disappearance after an input of energy (after a “successful” romantic relationship), is the impossibility of access to the transcendent dimension.

The feeling of depression is actually a natural reflex prompted to denounce an existential error. Far from being pathological, it appears as a useful reaction of the unconscious, protecting against the danger constituted by the loss of transcendent power and spiritual failure. The patient who understands his malaise and its causes feels immediately relieved of his guilt, and is prompted to clean up his lifestyle and to improve relations, including living its love relationships on a higher plane, so much, as he starts spontaneously on the path to recovery.

Whenever disorder or suffering appears, the only way to eliminate the guesswork and existential consequences sometimes heavy, is to base the search for causes on an adequate model of psychic functioning. Evolutionary Ecopsychology provides a deciphering grid much more complete, integrating psychic dimension to the psychoanalytic model, thus making possible a comprehensive approach to the causes to exist. The extrasensory messages can moreover recognize immediately the optimal ways to avoid pitfalls and obstacles, in order to implement the most effective ways to heal the wounds and start fresh.