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    1. Psychoanalysis is the main and most effective area of psychotherapy. The remaining directions are variants of resistance to the provisions of psychoanalysis, which their adherents cannot assimilate and turn into a “new approach”.

    2. Most of the experts in the psychological counseling market are very poorly trained theoretically. Heads are full of the “take it and do it” approach, which is why the profession imitates rapid activity without real results. For the most part, it looks like a conversation for all the good against all the bad.

    3. Market principles have a strong influence on psychotherapy. Most of the techniques are simplified with a loss of quality and packaged in a “magic pill” to please the demand. The demand for fast, easy and affordable methods greatly reduces the quality of knowledge of specialists who want to eat and therefore adapt to the market.

    4. High confidence in the scientific approach in psychotherapy is not justified by anything. Many experts literally “hide” behind the authority of science in order to establish themselves as more thorough and conscientious practitioners, which looks like a fear of speaking for themselves. In the case of psychotherapy, the scientific method is weak and ineffective, since it works not with the objective world, but with the subjective perception of the world. As Freud pointed out, nothing is further from understanding the essence of mental processes than describing the movement of impulses through the nervous system.

    5. Psychotherapy is the most advanced area of human development in the next 200 years. Especially psychedelic psychotherapy, which for 2 full-fledged sessions gives results similar in effectiveness to a year of hard and painstaking work in conventional psychotherapy. This is where you can really speed up the process of personal transformation without losing the quality of your experience.

    6. Science must be separated from the state as an ideology of thinking. Scientific ideals are too obsessively pedaled as self-evident truths, which has no reasonable basis – only political ones. For more information, see Paul Feyerabend's Science in a Free Society.

    1. There's nothing terrible about killing stray animals.

    2. There is nothing wrong or wrong with different assessments of historical events. “Nashi” is not necessarily always right, their actions can be criticized.

    3. There is no “misogyny”, these are complexes and projections of some women. Sexism, lukism, ageism and other “isms” mostly exist not in society, but in the minds of individuals. Discrimination can be beneficial to the discriminated persons themselves.

    4. The theory of evolution and the existence of dinosaurs DO NOT contradict the idea of intelligent design or the idea of the existence of God. Creationism is NOT an alternative theory of the origin of life (since it is not a theory at all).

    5. The fruits of other people's intellectual labor (books, music, etc.) can be used for free. Free download, torrents are not theft, but lost profit. Wanting to get paid for every song you listen to, read a book, or watch a video is absurd. The product of intellectual creativity is only partially monetizable.

  1. 1) There is no God at all.

    And yes, even in the sky.

    2) Putin is not a hero and will not save Russia.�

    3) The US and Europe do not rot.

    4) Russia is decaying.

    5) Even in small amounts – alcohol is harmful.

    1. There is no one-size-fits-all”right way to live”.

    2. Banning LSD and other psychedelics is a big mistake.

    3. One of the most accurate descriptions of God was given by Hermann Hesse:”…our god is called Abraxas, and he is both God and Satan, and he includes both the light and dark world. Abraxas will not object to any of your thoughts or dreams. Don't forget that. But it will leave you if you become perfect and normal. Then he will leave you and find a new pot to boil his thoughts in.”
    4. We have the power we deserve.
    5. “Feminine” and “masculine” are not social constants, but ontological categories underlying the very foundation of the universe.
    6. The prosperity of the “civilized world” is largely based on the blood and suffering of the rest of humanity.
    7. If you really want to “get out of this country”, then to India.
  2. Few people agree with me when I say that:

    • in the USSR, life was not worse than it is now (and not better, just different),

    • in the US, life is not better than ours (and not worse, just different),

    • homosexuality is a deviation and not innate, not good and not bad, just a fact that takes place.,

    • without faith in God, you can live and remain a normal person,

    • being rich doesn't mean being happy.

  3. Many people around me strongly oppose gays and speak negatively about them. I, on the other hand, don't see ANYTHING wrong with them. They are the same as heterosexual couples. I can argue on this issue for hours, proving that there is nothing wrong with them.

  4. Yes, there is, and it concerns politics and the social system. Not exactly “important,” but that's my firm belief at the moment. I firmly believe in the validity of the phrase “if you want to change the world, start with yourself”, and few people agree with me. Everyone thinks they're owed something. Things are not going smoothly in our country right now. I'm actually quite an idealist, and I wouldn't mind if everything suddenly turned out all right in the blink of an eye, just as it should have, but that's not the case. In conversations with people, I often feel a strong dissonance, I hear logical mistakes in the speeches of the interlocutors, which tell me that even if everything suddenly got better and became wonderful, the very fact of the existence of people with such a mindset, with such a worldview, would very quickly turn everything back and reduce all progress to nothing. I understand that the world will not change by itself and it will not be changed by someone from above. We should change it ourselves. And to do this, first you need to raise yourself to a level higher than we are now, you need to eradicate the problems in yourself in order to deal with the problems around you. Unfortunately, people really don't notice the logs in their eyes, and I'm very sad to know that in the future (I don't exclude myself from this circle) we will still make a lot of mistakes and not achieve any fundamental improvements.

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