set is among the better psychological percepts. Actually, it is used T 5 I 1 T(264)C 91
certain advantages in being a Psychologist. A major one is the T 1 B 30e T(18)18
that projections are REAL. Any psychologist should understand this. This isT 1 B 30j T(19)19
way he NEEDS it. A psychologist does NOT need a lesson T 1 B 41af T(50)50
was the most accurate ego psychologist we ever had, although he T 4 C 15 T(202)C 29
This is understandable to the psychologist, and does not produce surprise T 4 F 18 T(224)C 51
is a symptom of the psychologists ability to accept as T 4 F 18 T(224)C 51
in others. This obviously includes psychologists. T 2 A 29 T 2 A 28 T(71)71
philosophers have recognized for centuries. Psychologists are generally quite deficient inT 4 C 26 T(206)C 33
a part. This is why psychologists are concentrating increasingly on the T 4 C 26 T(207)C 34
T 4 F 18. Psychologists are in a good position T 4 F 18 T(224)C 51
very carefully chosen, because abnormal psychology IS ego psychology. This isT 4 B 37 T(196)C 23
because abnormal psychology IS ego psychology. This is precisely the kind T 4 B 37 T(196)C 23
way in the past? All psychology rests on the principle of T 4 C 3 T(198)C 25
The real limitations on clinical psychology, as it is evaluated by T 4 I 6 T(232)C 59
T 5 D 14. Psychology has become the study of T 5 D 14 T(240)C 67
interpretation is particularly vulnerable to psychosexual confusion. 2. From a ratherT 1 C 9 T(57)57
in God were necessary to psychotherapeutic success. Nor is belief in P 3 C 4 P(6)
made the error of the psychotherapist we described in some detail T 3 I 3 T(181)C 8
you. If he is a psychotherapist, he is more likely to T 9 D 1 T(392)219
by ANALYZING darkness as the psychotherapist does, or like the theologian T 9 D 7 T(393)220
part of teaching. Perhaps the psychotherapist does not understand that healingP 3 C 7 P(7)
D. The Role of the Psychotherapist P 3 P 3 D 0 P(8)
3 D 1. The psychotherapist is a leader in the P 3 D 1 P(8)
by the limitations of the psychotherapist, as it is limited by P 3 D 2 P(8)
is quite possible for the psychotherapist to seem to fail. It P 3 D 3 P(8)
In a sense, the egoless psychotherapist is an abstraction that stands P 3 D 4 P(8)
P(9) The psychotherapist becomes his patient, working through P 3 D 4 P(9)
difficult problems with which the psychotherapist must deal. In fact, thisP 3 E 9 P(11)
3 E 10. The psychotherapist, then, has a tremendous responsibility P 3 E 10 P(11)
not long remain; the perfect psychotherapist is but a glimmer of P 3 F 3 P(12)
Him. We are all His psychotherapists, for He would have us P 2 A 5 P(2)
justified. It is therefore the psychotherapistís function to teach that guiltP 3 E 10 P(11)
can EXPLAIN what happens in psychotherapy. Nothing real DOES. T T 9 D 5 T(393)220
Volume V: Urtext Psychotherapy: Purpose, Process and Practice. P 0 0 0 P(1)
P 1 A 1. . Psychotherapy is the only form of P 1 A 1 P(1)
this world seem real indeed. Psychotherapy is necessary so that individualsP 1 A 1 P(1)
2. THE PURPOSE OF PSYCHOTHERAPY A. Introduction P 2 A 0 P(1)
Very simply, the purpose of psychotherapy is to remove the blocks P 2 A 1 P(1)
is the proper purpose of psychotherapy. Could anything be holier? For P 2 A 2 P(1)
Could anything be holier? For psychotherapy, correctly understood, teaches forgiveness andP 2 A 2 P(1)
P 2 A 4. Psychotherapy, then, must restore to his P 2 A 4 P(2)
he is ready to go. Psychotherapy can only save him time P 2 A 5 P(2)
and He is never wrong. Psychotherapy under His direction is one P 2 A 5 P(2)
whatever routes He chooses, all psychotherapy leads to God in the P 2 A 5 P(2)
3. THE PROCESS OF PSYCHOTHERAPY A. Introduction P 3 0 0 P(3)
P 3 A 1. Psychotherapy is a process that changes P 3 A 1 P(3)
a more beneficent self-concept, but psychotherapy can hardly be expected toP 3 A 1 P(3)
magical powers he seeks in psychotherapy. He wants to make the P 3 A 3 P(3)
B. The Limits on Psychotherapy P 3 P 3 B 0 P(4)
outcome is rarely achieved. But psychotherapy begins with the realization thatP 3 B 1 P(4)
of the mind, and in psychotherapy those have come together who P 3 B 1 P(4)
P 3 B 2. Psychotherapy itself cannot be creative. This P 3 B 2 P(4)
it sets a limit on psychotherapy because it restricts its aims P 3 B 3 P(4)
3 B 4. Ideally, psychotherapy is a series of holy P 3 B 4 P(5)
The Place of Religion in Psychotherapy P 3 P 3 C 0 P(5)
religion has no place in psychotherapy, but it also has no P 3 C 2 P(5)
elaboration here. Religion is experience; psychotherapy is experience. At the highestP 3 C 2 P(5)
constitutes a reasonable goal for psychotherapy. This will come when psychotherapyP 3 C 4 P(6)
psychotherapy. This will come when psychotherapy is complete, for where thereP 3 C 4 P(6)
God, and some forms of psychotherapy have nothing to do with P 3 C 5 P(6)
God Himself. The process of psychotherapy is the return to sanity P 3 C 5 P(6)
religion heals, so must true psychotherapy be religious. But both have P 3 C 7 P(7)
is so? And what is psychotherapy except a help in just P 3 C 9 P(7)
As all therapy is psychotherapy, so all illness is mental P 3 E 1 P(9)
say again, all therapy is psychotherapy. To heal the sick is P 3 E 3 P(9)
central task; the core of psychotherapy. The therapist is seen as P 3 E 9 P(11)
than that is asked of psychotherapy; no less than all he P 3 F 3 P(12)
1. The process of psychotherapy, then, can be defined simply P 3 G 1 P(14)
is the final goal of psychotherapy. How is it reached? The P 3 G 6 P(15)
is His home, into which psychotherapy invites Him. What is symptom P 3 H 2 P(16)
4. THE PRACTICE OF PSYCHOTHERAPY A. The Selection of P 4 0 0 P(19)
B. Is Psychotherapy a Profession? P 4 B 0 P(21)
devotes his to compromise. The psychotic tries to escape by establishing T 1 B 41bd T(53)53
to produce neurotic rather than psychotic states, though this is by T 2 A 23 T(70)70
inherently more vulnerable to the psychotic correction, again because of theT 2 A 23 T(70)70
by 3 can ITSELF reach psychotic proportions, thus forcing the individual T 2 A 24 T(70)70
closer and closer to a psychotic solution.

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B 22e. Corrections Re Pt. 21 cobwebs of iron. This T 1 B 22e T(7)-7-
9. You asked this puff of madness for the meaning T 20 D 9 T(742)566
a reaction formation against a pull which you both recognize is T 1 B 22i T(7)-7-
to the ego, because the pull of God Himself can hardly T 4 D 6 T(209)C 36
hardly be equated with the pull of human appetites. T T 4 D 6 T(209)C 36
permit this shabby belief to pull you back. The disheartened are T 4 E 12 T(216)C 43
terribly afraid. Fixation is the pull of God, on whom your T 5 I 5 T(265)C 92
in your creation, and the pull of this fixation is so T 5 I 10 T(267)C 94
because it yields to His pull which IS in all of T 7 E 11 T(317)C 144
12. To oppose the pull or the will of God T 7 E 12 T(317)C 144
of your remembering God, Whose pull is so strong that YOU T 12 A 1 T(485)312
Let not the little interferers pull you to littleness. There CAN T 23 A 4 T(820)639
to anyone who seems to pull you back to darkness: The W 75 L 8 W(148)
everything and everyone will be pulled into the misprojection, and misinterpretedT 3 A 33 T(128)127
surmounted. You are ALWAYS being pulled back to your Creator because T 5 I 10 T(267)C 94
This is why he kept pulling the mind DOWN. T T 3 F 11 T(154)153
strength of ITS vision, it pulls the will into its own T 2 B 70 T(87)86
in the very literal sense. Pun intended especially for B, (who T 1 B 18b T(5)-5-
you couldnt make that pun if the original phrasing had T 1 B 22j T(7)-7-
to tell him that this pun is to reassure him that T 3 A 25 T(126)125