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Nietzsche And The Romans: How To Live Like A WARRIOR | Philosophy // Psychology

What is Truth? The Romans referred to it as VERITAS and it was within the roman mythology and their religion that VERITAS gave birth to a son called: Virtus, meaning; Virtue, The God Virtus was deemed and looked up to as an extremely significant figure because Virtus signified and held all the elements which wouldContinue reading “Nietzsche And The Romans: How To Live Like A WARRIOR | Philosophy // Psychology”

IDEOLOGY: THE MAKING OF A PATHOGEN | Dystopic Philosophical // Psychological Poem

Rebounding their armour, not strong by value, built from their shame, they say; lord thank you They find love in PAIN; persona’s maintained, a skin for DEFENCE, is their only EXPENSE This perverted affair, of making love with DEVIL’S, a losers path, for no spirit TREMBLES To build a fantasy of what they never COULD,Continue reading “IDEOLOGY: THE MAKING OF A PATHOGEN | Dystopic Philosophical // Psychological Poem”

Nietzsche and The Tarot: What is FREEDOM? | Philosophy // Psychology

What can possibly be the understanding of freedom for the many modern man and woman who see the world as determined, as a world without free will, a universe powered by uncontrolled flux spewed by the grandiosity of nature’s churning belly? When are you truly free? Do you have freedom when you are given libertyContinue reading “Nietzsche and The Tarot: What is FREEDOM? | Philosophy // Psychology”

ANNOUNCEMENT: Manifest Potential Course

SIGN UP: https://www.patreon.com/thoughtsonthinking This exclusive video course is designed to initiate the unconscious creative aspects of the soul. I will be teaching fundamental, pragmatic philosophy with the use of Jungian psychology so that you can become a more creative, independent individual in a world where group-think, co-dependency and inertia reign supreme. All the videos made forContinue reading “ANNOUNCEMENT: Manifest Potential Course”

How The “New Normal” Is NORMALISING Transhumanism Through Alienation of The Collective Psyche | Carl Jung | Psychology

The emergence of the unconscious opposite, when a particular way in which we carry ourselves becomes extremely polarised within our own actions and lives it can become very likely that the unconscious opposite of that behaviour can suddenly emerge, think of an elastic band, the more tension i place on that band and the moreContinue reading “How The “New Normal” Is NORMALISING Transhumanism Through Alienation of The Collective Psyche | Carl Jung | Psychology”

A PSYCHIC EPIDEMIC DURING The PANDEMIC! | Carl Jung’s Psychological Types // Philosophy

Extroversion is naturally internalising the object into the subject or into oneself, that an extrovert is more comfortable, content and happy with the process of internalising THAT which comes from the exterior world or the object, the introvert on the other hand, is the opposite; they typically project their internal, creative world out ONTO theContinue reading “A PSYCHIC EPIDEMIC DURING The PANDEMIC! | Carl Jung’s Psychological Types // Philosophy”

HOW AUTHORITARIANISM CONTROLS COLLECTIVE SHADOW PROJECTION | Carl Jung // Mass Psychology

the digital world of the internet and the internal world of the psyche hold married hands when it comes to unconscious shadow projection because the digital is a kind of passive landscape that offers a plethora of opportunities for someone who doesn’t want responsibility/agency for their own actions. In my opinion some of the mostContinue reading “HOW AUTHORITARIANISM CONTROLS COLLECTIVE SHADOW PROJECTION | Carl Jung // Mass Psychology”

Have I DECODED Synchronicity and Reality? | Carl Jung // Wolfgang Pauli | Philosophy // Quantum Theory

I am going to try and decode or deconstruct the Jung-Pauli scheme which consists of a dual-aspect monism which tries to tackles the problem of the archetypal psycho-physical relationship, which asks the question: why are there archetypal patterns that go through this relationship of the psychological (mind) and the physical? (matter) Quaternity is probably oneContinue reading “Have I DECODED Synchronicity and Reality? | Carl Jung // Wolfgang Pauli | Philosophy // Quantum Theory”

What Does Being Gnostic MEAN In Our CONSUMER CULTURE? | Philosophy feat. Uberboyo

What is the demiurge in Gnosticism? It is basically the lord of the world, the personification of matter and the monad of the material sphere, through this it gave birth to the other seven planetary spheres which are called the archons or governors.Yaldabaoth being Saturn represents the outer boundary of the solar system (from whatContinue reading “What Does Being Gnostic MEAN In Our CONSUMER CULTURE? | Philosophy feat. Uberboyo”

The Digital Devouring Mother and Libido Theft | Freud, Carl Jung and Lacan | Psychoanalysis and Philosophy

In his book: id, ego and superego, Freud talks about what he calls: the narcissistic libido, now, what is this? Its very interesting and when I first read of this idea it made me think of pornography addiction, how it relates to an exclusion of object-cathexis in the real world and how pornography forms anContinue reading “The Digital Devouring Mother and Libido Theft | Freud, Carl Jung and Lacan | Psychoanalysis and Philosophy”

Carl Jung: Shadow Work // Integration | Psychology // Philosophy

Part 1: Observation The first step when it comes to shadow work is to first: simply understand its infrastructure and how the process of the shadow works… The shadow contains the dark aspects of the psyche which we have repressed over the continuity of our existence, parts of ourselves which we have made unconscious, theContinue reading “Carl Jung: Shadow Work // Integration | Psychology // Philosophy”

The Nihilism of Accomplishment and Nietzsche’s Eternal Return | Philosophy

“But man is a fickle and disreputable creature and perhaps, like a chess player, is interested in the process of attaining his goal rather than the goal itself” It seems to be that people are more pleased living in the process rather then attaining the goal itself, humans are very rarely pleased when the finalContinue reading “The Nihilism of Accomplishment and Nietzsche’s Eternal Return | Philosophy”

Uroboros // Ego | Eric Neumann and Carl Jung | Symbolism, Mythology and Psychology

The Uroboros is one of the most ancient symbols mankind has ever used, the primal snake alone was present in the kneph of antiquity which is the most ancient deity of the prehistoric world, the uroboros can be traced back in the revelation of st. John, among the Gnostics, Romansyncretists, Navajo Indians, in Giotto, Africa,Continue reading “Uroboros // Ego | Eric Neumann and Carl Jung | Symbolism, Mythology and Psychology”

Sartre: Bad Faith // Lockdown Mentality (EXPLAINED) | Philosophy // Psychology

Bad Faith is that which you can refer to as self deception, this strange phenomenon of consciousness is a process which acts to intentionally deceive oneself from knowing the truth by believing such truth as not the truth, for example: lets say a woman finds out that her husband starts cheating on her, even thoughContinue reading “Sartre: Bad Faith // Lockdown Mentality (EXPLAINED) | Philosophy // Psychology”

What Are WE To Become?

Contemplation is that which follows from our thoughts and it is this act which drives us forward in a directional evolution, in other words, it is something which we call: Intelligence perception. Intelligence perception is not that which is the act of accumulating content but is that which is free, thought is usually never correctContinue reading “What Are WE To Become?”

Overcoming Cancel Culture and Problems with Thought | Philosophy

Abstraction, Incoherence, Fragmentation, Conditioning, Self deception & Partiality; this is what concludes (more then ever) the architecture of modern society but more specifically, this is how problems in general are made. In this video I will try and come to grips with the many issues of today by peeling back their surface representations and byContinue reading “Overcoming Cancel Culture and Problems with Thought | Philosophy”

Nietzsche’s Übermensch VS Kierkegaard’s Knight of Faith | Philosophy

Is there any relationship between the Ubermensch and the Night of Faith? This is a question I got asked on my website thoughtsonthinking.org and is something I have never thought about which is kind of surprising seeing all the work I have done on these two philosophers for the channel, but, after sketching out someContinue reading “Nietzsche’s Übermensch VS Kierkegaard’s Knight of Faith | Philosophy”

Dostoevsky and Freud: Psychology of Raskolnikov | Crime and Punishment

To really understand Raskolnikov and his mental psychology in crime and punishment we have to look at his relationship most specifically with his mother, with his past and see why there remains the primary motive for Raskolnikov’s actions of murder, just like psychoanalytic’s In this brief yet comprehensive analysis I will attempt in this videoContinue reading “Dostoevsky and Freud: Psychology of Raskolnikov | Crime and Punishment”

David Bohm and Nietzsche: Reality // Consciousness | Philosophy and Quantum Theory

“He is not a result of a special design, a will, a purpose; he is not the subject of an attempt to attain to an ‘ideal of man’ or an ‘ideal of happiness’ or an ‘ideal of morality’ – it is absurd to want to hand over his nature to some purpose or other. WeContinue reading “David Bohm and Nietzsche: Reality // Consciousness | Philosophy and Quantum Theory”

Nietzsche VS Plato | Twilight of the Idols | Philosophy

Nietzsche’s negative critique of Platonism and the human rational capacity was of strident force and was something at the time of in-comparability to any other philosophical inquiry, in this video which is the first in the twilight of the idols video series I will most specifically be talking about chapter 3, called: ‘Reason’ in philosophy.Continue reading “Nietzsche VS Plato | Twilight of the Idols | Philosophy”

Dostoevsky VS Nietzsche | Underground Man and Ressentiment | Psychology // Philosophy

It is reported that Nietzsche did read some of Dostoyevsky’s books, what is believed to be of certainty is that he read Crime & Punishment and Notes from Underground in the later periods of his life, with this being of knowledge is it possible that we can associate the philosophical works of Dostoyevsky and NietzscheContinue reading “Dostoevsky VS Nietzsche | Underground Man and Ressentiment | Psychology // Philosophy”

Dostoevsky VS Orwell: Anti-Utopianism | Psychology and Philosophy

Dostoevesky’s protagonist the underground man in notes from underground covers many different philosophical concepts in the book, one of them was utopianism, I would even go to say that this book is one of the best books which critique utopianism guided by a rational positivism. The main argument against utopianism for the underground man isContinue reading “Dostoevsky VS Orwell: Anti-Utopianism | Psychology and Philosophy”

Nietzsche and Schopenhauer: What Is Music? | Philosophy

Music, what is it? Something philosophers, theorist, writers have been trying to understand for centuries, to define and explain its metaphysical origins with only the limited capacity of language and to attempt to encapsulate its complete stirrings in word, this could be seen as something obsolete, but not for the likes of schopenhauer and Nietzsche,Continue reading “Nietzsche and Schopenhauer: What Is Music? | Philosophy”

Sartre: “Hell is other people” EXPLAINED | Philosophy and Psychoanalysis

“All those eyes intent on me. Devouring me. What? Only two of you? I thought there were more; many more. So this is hell. I’d never have believed it. You remember all we were told about the torture-chambers, the fire and brimstone, the “burning marl.” Old wives’ tales! There’s no need for red-hot pokers. HELLContinue reading “Sartre: “Hell is other people” EXPLAINED | Philosophy and Psychoanalysis”

Nietzsche’s 10 Tips: How To Write Effectively | Philosophy & Literature

Writing – as no different from any other art form; it expresses emotion and shines a light on the attempt to understand ourselves, the world; and many other complexes. Writing is an act of expression that makes us independent from all other things in this world but one comes to understand swiftly that writing alongsideContinue reading “Nietzsche’s 10 Tips: How To Write Effectively | Philosophy & Literature”

Stirner // Rand // Nietzsche: EGOISM | Philosophy & Psychology

Max Stirner, one of the most radical philosophers for the concept of individiualism, anarchism and of anarcho egoism, Stirner in his most important book called: the ego and his own, makes the strident case of the individual against authority, he challenges, religion philosophical and political constraints that hamper on the reality of personal freedom. TheContinue reading “Stirner // Rand // Nietzsche: EGOISM | Philosophy & Psychology”

Kierkegaard Against Social Media | How To Live Inauthentically | Philosophy & Psychology

Social Media has a tendency to cultivate a form of despair, when I say despair I really mean illusion, an illusion of what is authentic what is worthwhile for the soul of the individual, we can see these manifestations when a young individual first comes across social media, for example: Instagram, they are or weContinue reading “Kierkegaard Against Social Media | How To Live Inauthentically | Philosophy & Psychology”

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