I came back…
It just started …
It was not a trip at all. It was an inner revelation. She was able to travel to her name. From herself, without herself!
With my general question and answer, I’m nervous.
I felt again with a good book, the soul of a new person.
Schopenhauer’s book from Erwin Yalom. Existentialist psychotherapist.
I listened to my book and I can say that one of those books that made me feel great.
I have a general question.
Kant and Descartes say: Because our understanding of ourselves, our filter of emotions (time, place, memories, experiences, etc.) is rejected, then what we perceive as “reality” can not be a mere reality. .
Schopenhauer says, right. Instead, we can fully understand our inner world. Without limitation, this is our inner reality.
Freud says: It’s not right, our subconscious mind can lie to us. It can be fooling us. Our mind, in addition to forgetting events and memories, can distort them. Why? To protect us.
Darwin says, “This protection is in line with the evolution. We change ourselves unconsciously to get better. All of us. Even if we do not eat!”
Spinoza says: “Everything is the manifestation of a larger force, and everything that happens must necessarily be done. Everything is interdependent and everything is one thing.
Not scary How does our subconscious evolve on what basis? Only the adaptation to the environment, so why do all humans, in general terms, like it? At all, do they see the goal to read in that direction? What is the purpose? Only survival. Our cancer cells are looking for survival, and they give it to it. Is our existence disconnected?
I do not know …
Schopenhauer says: “When we look at the details of life, everything looks ridiculous. Like a drop of water under a microscope: a single drop is filled with the creatures of the protozoan particle. How awesome are these beings and Their laughter is laughing at one another. This terrible activity, both in the short term and in human life, creates a ridiculous situation.
Each of the first writings of each chapter needs a lifetime to think, understand, and practice.
Thank you for Schopenhauer, thank you for Yelom. My name is Philip. I am grateful to anyone who introduced me to this book. Thank you for the one who made me introduce this book and I thank the person who made it so.