Life of the Sailor: Psychology of Who We Are Litvin Chester Litvin

ISBN: 9781450219044

Published: June 2nd 2010


228 pages


Life of the Sailor: Psychology of Who We Are  by  Litvin Chester Litvin

Life of the Sailor: Psychology of Who We Are by Litvin Chester Litvin
June 2nd 2010 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 228 pages | ISBN: 9781450219044 | 3.42 Mb

We are emigrants and having the mind of sailors, we want to connect. We are discovering and unifying all parts of our psyche, and are having genuine dialogs and real meetings. In the past we were forced to become part of a collective, where the ideologists were acting as crooked preachers to lure the naive. The ideologists were enlisting us to live a life of monks. In return they were promising happiness and a heaven on earth.

Opposite to radical collective, instead of creating the rigid structure of compliance and ignoring our subconscious feelings, sailors decided to enjoy flexible interactions between all parts of the psyche. To be happy we are altering connections between our fragments. The plasticity of self is a big advantage. It is including the cooperation of consciousness and sub-consciousness. We do not suppress our thoughts and feelings and are treating them with respect. We are not rejecting any subconscious messages however unlike they are. Only when our fragments are respecting each other does the genuine dialog exist, and our identity is solid and does not fall apart under the stress.

Life of the Sailor examines the psyche of the collective and asks the question, how do we remain true to ourselves?

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