NATURE of PSYCHE
The expanded annotation of the monograph FUNDAMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY ( FP )
(Alexandr S. Markon FP.– Moscow: SVOD, 2004.– 320 pp, ISBN 5-87074-107-6, in Russian)
The edition overview
The monograph FP contains 17 chapters and several subsidiary sections, but since all those are written concisely, the work is very short (its volume is about 15 "author's sheets" or 600,000 types).
The whole matter of the edition, despite of its variety, is subordinated to the sole main idea. The top of the edition is the chapter (10) of MASOCHISM APOLOGIA. The previous chapters (1-9) prepare a substantiation of this apologia; the subsequent ones (11-17) transmit ideas of spiritual masochism into the plan of concrete, practical embodiments (suppression of the animal origin in oneself by means of human origin cultivation; "Everyone who wishes to be great, should serve to all", etc.).
The GLOSSARY is the most essential among the subsidiary sections. Its definitions of more than 200 notions/terms (more than 20 of them are introduced into the science for the first time) reflect the key statements of FP in concentrated form.
All chapters, but for the last one, are united into 3 parts.
In the I part there are considered the nature of individual psyche, components which form psyche, regularities of their interactions, the place of psyche in the individual structure. Existence of distant phenomena – which have no physical causes – proves materiality of psyche, proves that psyche is intrinsically independent on brain, that psyche depends on brain only functionally (and not always) – like as singing depends on voice, that brain can be only a support to psyche, but brain doesn’t generate psyche. On this conceptual base mechanisms of practically all psyche phenomena are discovered here. By the way metaphysical nature of spaces and time is considered.
For practice there may be especially interesting here the chapter about the nature of sleep and
dreams. New, author’s approaches to insomnia problems are offered in it; the approaches don’t conflict with already known approaches.
In the II part there are considered super-personal phenomena, and also teleologicalness/purposefulness of evolution. There is founded here necessity of inversion of the statement by Vladimir I. Vernadsky (1863-1945) that biosphere generates noosphere at some stage of its development. There is shown, that on the opposite: noosphere, existing initially, begets biosphere and directs its evolution.
For practice the chapters about reincarnation are especially essential here. The advantages of altruism to egoism – at all levels: from a separate person and up to a state – are founded, reasoning from (in particular), that (any) person carries vestiges of former incarnations, that is suported by two hereditary mechanisms concurrently: 1)the physical material (genetic one, carrying the species information) is transmitted from parents, 2)the metaphysical material (individual, subsidiary to the species one) is transmitted (can be transmitted) to a novus from his senex (but not from his parents – as J.B. Lamarck, 1744-1829, guessed).
In the III part, the most vast one, problems of medicine are considered. Here necessity of synthesis of the two medicine branches into united, integrative medicine is founded. Now these branches don't cooperate creatively. One of them is the state, official, or academic, WHO's (World Health Organization's) medicine. Another is the y-technique (esoteric, occult, spirit etc) medicine, healing, which is the base for the whole alternative medicine. It is out of law. It isn't existing officially. The folk medicine is legalized and defended by the Law as a nation value only in Philippines Republic.
There is shown here that integrative medicine gets advantages comparing to each of its components, not only
• quantitative advantages (for it summarizes their abilities), but also
• qualitative ones for in the process of their creative synthesis new in principle (i.e. which cannot arise in each of them separately) and more effective methods arise.
There is shown here that the synthesis can be the most rational on the personal level, i.e. when a physician masters the healing. The monograph of Psychology of healing or of occult medicine [ 1 ], which is a theoretical part of author's Healing Course, is included hither without considerable changes, only with some additions.
A monograph Introduction into Healery [ 2 ] with materials of the Course's practical part – the PRACTICUM intended for physicians, but accessible to practically anybody – isn't included into FP, because is intended only for participants of the Practicum: attempts to master healing on one's own, without an alive instruction and control are unsafe.
Principles and practical methods of self-treatment are considered in the same part.
The last chapter is separated as the IV part for two reasons:
• for it has mainly practical orientation, that sharply differs it from other chapters, and
• in order to emphasize the most emergency urgency of the problem considered in the chapter – the demographic catastrophe in Russia caused by epidemic of teenager’s and children's narcotisms.
Analysis of the epidemic dynamics, completed in 1999, showed that demographic changes will become irreversible at the latest in the 2004 year, and the completion of the catastrophe will occur at the latest in the 2016. At the same, 1999 year these data were published, and the maximum efforts were made in attempts to offer to officials the only available and real way to prevent the catastrophe – by using the abilities of FP.
Now the prevention is impossible for the catastrophe has already begun. But there isn’t late yet to minimize the damage from the epidemic.
The edition expediency
The contemporary (academic, university) psychology (CP) has no precise notion of its researches subject, of psyche. Official information sources – encyclopaedic, psychological reference books, textbooks on psychology, and not only Russian-language ones –
• either do not define the notion of psyche, this term is absent in them at all,
• or these definitions occurs useless for they are given (not paying attention to concrete formulas) on a vicious circle: psyche is defined as something that the science of psychology studies, and the psychology is defined as a science about psyche.
Such a logic incorrectness reflects the real situation. The CP researches actually not the psyche, as it is declared officially, but the possessors of it – a person mainly, researches actually not psyche functions, but their manifestations – in behaviour, in activity, i.e. that, which can be found out and fixed with physical means. There is a tendency to exclude the term of psyche from the scientific lexicon at all. It is customary to speak "psychological phenomena" (but not psyche phenomena) as if they are phenomena of the psychology science, but not phenomena studied by the psychology.
Achievements of the CP are indisputable and huge. It's enough to note that there are published more than a hundred only psychodiagnostical methods (and there are certainly used more then published). But the edifice of CP is in the air. It has no fundament. Not knowing the nature of psyche CP doesn’t know also the nature/mechanisms of the basic psyche functions which determine and support any behaviour and any activity.
• So, no physical action may be executed successfully if its actor didn't preliminary form psyche images both of the action physical object and of the action itself. But CP doesn’t know WHAT is an image.
The concept of an action image is not used by CP at all. And the formula Perception image is the reflection of perception object in a brain (or by a brain) merely imitates knowledge: a brain is not a mirror, mechanisms of such a reflection remains to be not discovered.
• So, there is a lot of literature about a variety of emotions and their functions. But the CP does not know WHAT is an emotion.
• So, there is a a lot of literature about volition qualities and about ways of volition strengthening/amplification. But the CP does not know WHAT is a volition.
The responsibility for such a situation, which means a crisis for CP, irrespective of value of its successes in other research directions, lies outside with CP itself. It is a problem of the science as the whole, of its methodological bases or the scientific paradigm, a problem of materialism.
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Part I. HYPERphysical MATERIALISM
(The nature of PSYCHE)
Chapter 1. FACTS and OPINIONS
(Necessity of FP)
1.1. LIMITATION of WELTANSCHAUUNG
1.2. STATISTICS and PRECEDENT
1.4. Psychology without PSYCHE
1.5. Spontaneous DP from the author's experience
1.6. STEPS of ACCEPTANCE
1.6.5. EXTENSIVE way (evolution)
1.6.6. INTENSIVE way (revolution)
1.6.7. A PIONEER and the SOCIETY
1.7. Experimental base
1.7.1. NIDAP as DP
1.7.2. Crisis of the psychology
1.7.3. Exotics as routine
1.7.4. Routine as exotics
Chapter 2. DISTANT PERCEPTION
2.1. Sensual/communicative perception
2.2. Supersensible/distant perception
2.4. INFORMATION and THOUGHT
2.4.1. "Physical" PARADOXES
Chapter 3. MECHANISMS of ACTIVITY
3.1. COMPARISON of IMAGES
3.2. Reflection of the SECOND order
3.3. Two COMPONENTS of METAPHYSICUM
3.4. REALIZATION of INTENTION
3.5. PREACT and EMOTION
3.6. SKILL and UNCONSCIOUS
Chapter 4. DISTANT INFLUENCE
(Structure of metaphysicum)
4.1. EFFECTIVENESS of THOUGHT
4.2. PROPERTIES of ASTRALUM
4.3. HIERARCHY of HYPERSUBSTANCES
4.4. PSYCHOKINESIS and UNIVERSAL FIELD
4.4.1. Space is METAphysical
4.4.2. Time is METAphysical
Chapter 5. INTERSUBSTANTIAL LINKS
(Structure of psyche)
5.1. VOLITION, FORCELESS and VOLITIONLESS
5.4. Psyche phenomena of the SECOND order
5.5. REFLECTIONS of HIGH ORDERS
Chapter 6. SLEEP and DREAM
(Mechanisms of psyche)
6.1. NATURE of SLEEP
6.2. NATURE of routine/communicative phenomena
6.2.02. FIRMNESS of an ASTROSOMA
6.2.03. CURIOSITY and GAMBLING
6.2.06. CHANGED status and psi-technique
6.2.07. ARCHIVING of INFORMATION
6.2.08. LAZINESS and NOSTALGIA
6.2.09. SKILL and GESTALT
6.2.10. FEAR and CONSTERNATION
6.4. PROPHETIC dream
6.5. SLEEP and DEATH
6.7. To FALL asleep? No PROBLEM! (SLEEPLESSNESS)
Part II FACING the ETERNITY
(PSYCHE and SUPERPSYCHE)
Chapter 7. SUPERCONSCIOUSNESS
7.1. Psychological HIERARCHY of living
7.2. DIRECTIVITY of evolution
7.3. CURATORS of PROGRESS
7.4. Nature of LIFE
7.5. TELEOLOGIQUE/teleologicalness of EVOLUTION
7.6. ORGAN and FUNCTION
Chapter 8. Super- and Out-of-PERSONAL phenomena
8.1. EXTRASENSORY KNOWLEDGE
8.2. MEMORY and INTELLECT
8.3. Out-of-BODY EXPERIENCE
8.6. PROTECTING IMPACT
Chapter 9. REINCARNATION
9.1. Reincarnation as the FACT
9.2. Reincarnation and INHERITANCE
9.3. Reincarnation as a complex of DP
Chapter 10. APOLOGIA for MASOCHISM
(ETHICS in the light of REINCARNATION)
10.1. SUFFERING and SADISM
10.2. Vantage of ALTRUISM
10.3. NATURE of EGOISM
10.4. Impossibility to extirpate EVIL
10.5. The TRAPDOOR from HELL
10.6. RUSSIA's POTENTIALITIES as a LEADER
10.7. FAITH and RELIGION
Part III FP and HEALTH
Chapter 11. HEALERY
11.1. EFFECTIVENESS of HEALERY
11.2. Moral RESPONSIBILITY of a healer
11.3. ALIVE TRADITIONS
11.4. PRELIMINARY MIND ORIENTATION
Chapter 12. HEALING INFLUENCE
12.1. DURATION of INFLUENCE
12.2. CRITERIA for the ESTIMATION
12.3. UNDIFFERENTIATED INFLUENCE
12.4. Psi-TECHNIQUE for SATURATION
12.4.1. SOURCES of SATURATION
12.4.2. PURPOSES (targets) of SATURATION
12.4.3. WAYS (channels) of SATURATION
12.4.4. DEPTH of INTERIORISATION
12.5. REMOVAL/elimination and CIRCULATION
12.6. TRANSFORMATION and SHIELDING
12.6.2. TICKLISH QUESTION
12.7. VARIETY of MEANS and PRECISION of PURPOSES
12.8. EXTERATION of CONSCIENCE
12.9. FORTUIT and REGULARITIES
Chapter 13. HEALING DIAGNOSTICS
FEELING of the FIELD
Chapter 14. HEALTH of SOUL
14.1. What is a NORM
14.2. PERSONIFICATION of a PATHOLOGY
14.4.1. Typical OCCASIONS for OBSESSION
14.4.2. STRATEGY of VitLib
14.4.3. TACTICS of VitLib
14.4.4. Typical FORMS of OBSESSIONS
14.4.5. TWO-LEVEL OBSESSION
14.4.6. ADVANTAGES and LACKS
Chapter 15. INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE
15.1. Ways to HEALERY
15.2. AUTHOR'S PRACTICAL COURSE
15.2.1. Author's RESPONSIBILITY
15.2.3. SUBSIDIARITY of HEALERY
15.2.4. Preliminary training
15.3. Levels of SYNTHESIS
15.4. PROBLEMS of LEGALIZATION
À. The PROBLEM
Á. A VARIANT of the DECISION
[ Chapter 15Ñ. INTRODUCTION into HEALING ]
Chapter 16. SELF-TREATMENT
16.04. PURIFICATING PROCEDURES
16.05. FRACTIONAL DRINKING
16.09. Massage of BAPs
16.10. One's OWN PSYCHOTHERAPIST
16.11. Some more ADVICES
Part IV A CHANCE to keep Russia as the RUSSIAN one
Chapter 17. FP against NARCOMANIAE
17.1. DEMOGRAPHIC DISASTER
17.3. STRATEGY of PROPHYLAXIS
17.4. ADDITIONAL SUBSTANTIATIONS
17.4.01. Dynamics of the DISASTER
17.4.02. PEDAGOGICAL aspect
17.4.03. ONE'S OWN NARCOLOGIST
17.4.06 SCIENTIFICALNESS as EFFICIENCY
17.4.07 MECHANISMS of DEPENDENCE
17.4.08 LEGAL aspect
17.4.09 FORCE aspect
17.4.10 INTERNATIONAL aspects
17.4.11 TOBACCO and CANCER
17.4.12 ECONOMIC aspect
17.4.14 Reserves of NARCOLOGY
17.4.15 TRAGICAL PARADOXES
FORMULA of hypothesis / dscovery
List of AUTHOR'S publications
About the AUTHOR